EjSBS - The European Journal of Social & Behavioural Sciences

The European Journal of Social & Behavioural Sciences

Online ISSN: 2301-2218
European Publisher

Editorial Board

Founding Editor

Zafer Bekirogullari
2012-2021
ORCID: 0000-0003-1549-7171



Editor-in-Chief



Lacey N. Wallace, Associate Professor 
Penn State Altoona: Altoona, PA, US
lno106@psu.edu
ORCID: 0000-0001-8002-7235


Lacey Wallace is an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at Penn State Altoona.  Her research concerns juvenile delinquency as well as the impact of public policy and mass violence on human behavior.



Associate Editors



Jim Johnson, Professor
Point Loma Nazarene University, USA

jimjohnson@pointloma.edu
ORCID: 0000-0001-6828-3391 

Professor, Emeritus, School of Education, Department of Psychology Point Loma Nazarene University, San Diego, CA

Founder, Senior Consultant, Educational Specialist, Life Mentor, Coach Driven by Principle, San Diego, CA

Former Professor, School of Education, Department of Psychology Point Loma Nazarene University, San Diego, CA



Geethanjali Narayanan
Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia 

geetha@uitm.edu.my
ORCID: 0000-0003-4118-5622

Geethanjali Narayanan obtained a degree with double major – English and Mathematics with Education (Hons) and both Masters and PhD in Language Testing.  She has  been working in UiTM for 28 years and is currently serving the Faculty of Education. She has been teaching English Language from foundation to degree and postgraduate levels. She has been actively involved as a researcher and journal article reviewer besides supervising postgraduate students. Her areas of interest include language testing, postgraduate studies, mathematics education and teaching methodology.



Svetlana V. Ivanova, Professor
Institute for Strategy of Education Development, Russia

inter@instrao.ru
ORCID: 0000-0002-9101-6213

Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Sc.D. (Philosophy), professor, PhD (Pedagogy), professor, Class I State Counsellor of the Russian Federation, academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, academician of the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Kazakhstan, Honorary Worker of General Education, member of the Russian Union of Writers. Scientific Director of the Institute for Strategy of Education Development of the Russian Academy of Education, Head of the UNESCO Chair on Global Education. Chairperson of Scientific Council on comparative education of the Russian Academy of Education. Chief Editor of the journals “Otechestvennaya i Zarubezhnaya Pedagogika”, “Tsennosti i Smysly” (both journals are in the list of State Commission of Academic Degrees and Titles), member of editorial boards of other domestic and foreign scientific journals.



Jeremy Kuperberg, PhD Candidate
Northwestern University, US

jeremykuperberg2016@u.northwestern.edu
ORCID: 0000-0002-8192-3549


Jeremy Kuperberg is a PhD Candidate in the Northwestern University Department of Sociology. His research agenda explores collective memory and global narratives of national identity in post-conflict settings. Jeremy's current research analyzes the representation and performance of contested historical narratives in the tourism industries of the former Yugoslavia. He has previously worked as a primary school teacher, teaching assistant, and graduate assistant for the Holocaust Educational Foundation of Northwestern University. 



Lori Kall, Assistant Professor
Point Loma Nazarene University, CA, US

lkall@pointloma.edu
ORCID: 0000-0002-2571-9113


Lori Kall is an associate professor in the School of Education at Point Loma Nazarene University in California.  She is the director of the preliminary administrative services credential program, the master of arts in leadership & learning, and is the instructor for Clinical Practice I & II coaching candidates through the California Teacher Performance Assessment. She was an educator in K-12 for 24 years as a teacher, a coach, and then as an administrator.  Her research focuses on the development of self-efficacy in leaders through their graduate program.



Fulya Kula, (PhD)
University of Twente, Netherlands

f.kula@utwente.nl
ORCID: 0000-0003-0367-1099


Fulya Kula is a lecturer in the Department of Applied Mathematics at The University of Twente, Netherlands. She has a BSc in Pure Mathematics from Hacettepe University and a PhD from the Department of Secondary Science and Mathematics Education at Middle East Technical University (a structural equation modelling of university students' conceptions of calculus). She has been teaching several undergraduate and graduate courses in the field of mathematics, statistics, research methods, and mathematics teacher education. Her research interest lies in the didactical aspects of statistics and mathematics.



Editorial Advisory Board



Nancy Albrecht, Professor
Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas, United States 

nalbrech@emporia.edu
ORCID: 0000-0002-5865-5881

Dr. Nancy Albrecht joined the ESU faculty in 2001. She teaches graduate students in school leadership and curriculum instruction and is a director of a federal professional development ESL grant. In 2018, she received the Excellence in Service Award from The Teachers College. Prior to coming to ESU, she was a high school principal and teacher and has taught internationally in Germany. She was District I Principal of the Year awarded by the Kansas Association of Secondary Schools Principal Association.



Kevin Michael Watson,
University of Calgary, Canada
Kevin.watson1@ucalgary.ca
ORCID: 0000-0002-4492-8308


Kevin M Watson is a Learning Sciences PhD candidate at the University of Calgary. He holds two master’s degrees from the UK. He holds an MSc. in Applied Professional Studies in Lifelong Learning and an MSc. in the Psychology and Neuroscience for Mental Health. He holds bachelor’s degrees in Education and Human Kinetics from UBC, a minor in English literature, and holds a Graduate Certificate in Systemic Functional Linguistics from UBC as well. He is Teacher Regulation Board (TRB) certified in British Columbia, Canada and for the past three years has been working as a neuroscience instructor and learning specialist/advisor for a medical school. Kevin has taught around the globe in Abu Dhabi, the USA, Japan, Thailand and Barbados as well as his home in Canada. Kevin is interested in phenomenological hermeneutic research and IPA methodology that is committed to exploring the interpretive lived experiences. He is committed to student development, curriculum design, and investigating student anxiety and depression. Kevin was most recently the course director for Essentials of Lifelong Learning Courses for struggling medical students and the coordinator of the mindsets for medicine workshops and cognitive skills workshops. His roots are in recreation and youth work in inner city Vancouver.



Irina Elkina, PhD
Institute for Strategy of Education Development, Russia  
egret1@yandex.ru
ORCID: 0000-0001-7887-5593


She has been working at the Institute for Strategy of Education Development (Moscow, Russia) since 2011 as a researcher at the Laboratory for Comparative Education. Her research interests are related to the philosophy of education and comparative education. She also prepared and defended a PhD thesis “Theoretical substantiation of assessment systems under modern pedagogical approaches”. Her teaching experience, student-centered approach implemented in practice led to the development of using students’ self-esteem and peer-esteem for the learning outcomes assessment in classroom. At the same time, her scientific communication has brought to life contacts with universities in Russia and foreign countries, and her position of the deputy director relates to maintaining and expanding these contacts. She has more than 50 scientific papers in Russian and English.



Petra Besedová, PhD
University of Hradec Králové, Czech Republic 
petra.besedova@uhk.cz     
ORCID: 0000-0001-7262-9017

Dr. Petra Besedová work at the University of Hradec Králové (Czech Republic), Faculty of Education, Department of German Language and Literature. Here she teaches German language didactics, the realities of German-speaking countries and literature for children and young people. The main field of research is the implementation of non-linguistic and (socio)cultural content into foreign language teaching. Dr. Petra Besedová leads a faculty research team that focuses on the influence of music on foreign language teaching and works with a number of experts across disciplines. She and her colleagues actively cooperate on a number of international projects.



Lei Yu, Professor
Liaocheng University, China
lei.yu@mymail.unisa.edu.au
ORCID: 0000-0001-5756-311X


Dr. Lei Yu is a Professor in the Center for Pacific Studies, Liaocheng University and Professor in the Center for Australian Studies, Beijing Foreign Studies University. He is a contributor to International Affairs, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, etc. The key areas of his teaching and research interests include China foreign policy, international development, and energy security.



Parmjit Singh, Professor
Universiti Teknologi  MARA, Malaysia
parmj378@uitm.edu.my
ORCID: 0000-0003-0854-2093


Parmjit Singh is a Professor at the Faculty of Education, Universiti Technology Mara, Malaysia. He is currently the Head of the Mathematics Education Program at the faculty. He obtained his B. Sc (Hons) in Mathematics from the University of Technology, Malaysia in 1986 . He completed his Masters at University Malaya, Malaysia in 1994 and PHD in 1998, from Florida State University, United States.  He sits in the National Panel Evaluation Committee under Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia (MOHE) for National Research Grants since 2016.



Abu H. Ayob, Assistant Professor 
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia: Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia
abuhanifah.ayob@ukm.edu.my

ORCID: 0000-0003-0854-2093


Abu H Ayob is an assistant professor at Faculty of Economics and Management, National University of Malaysia. He earned his Ph.D. in management science from Université Toulouse 1 Capitole. Upon completion, he went to School of Management, Boston University as a visiting academic before pursuing his postdoctoral at Copenhagen Business School and Toulouse Business School. His research interest focuses on various aspects of entrepreneurship including education, internationalization, technological and social impact.



Managing Editor



Azize Ummanel, PhD
Lefke European University, Cyprus
azizeummanel@yahoo.co.uk
ORCID: 
0000-0002-1452-3449


Dr. Ummanel is assistant professor of Pre School Teaching Department at Faculty of Education, European University of Lefke. Her main teaching and research revolve around pre school education, early childhood education history, children's games and educational leadership.






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