American International Journal of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences https://www.acseusa.org/journal/index.php/aijhass <p><strong>Aims and Scope </strong></p> <p>American International Journal of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences is a <em>Double-Blind Peer-Reviewed Refereed International Journal </em>for social science academics. The AIJHASS aims to provide a platform for high-quality research related to Social Science Research. The journal accepts article submissions by e-mail (<a href="mailto:aijhass@acseusa.org">aijhass@acseusa.org</a>).</p> <p>The subject areas include, but are not limited to the following fields:-</p> <ul> <li>Education</li> <li>Geography</li> <li>History</li> <li>Law</li> <li>Linguistics</li> <li>Management philosophy</li> <li>Political science</li> <li>Psychology</li> <li>Sociology</li> <li>Child development</li> <li>Curriculum</li> <li>Reading comprehension</li> <li>Philosophies of education</li> <li>Educational approaches</li> <li>Theory and practice in English language teaching and learning</li> <li>English language teachers’ training and education</li> <li>Studies in English culture and literature</li> <li>Individual learning &amp; team learning</li> <li>Learning strategies, action learning</li> <li>Educational learning</li> <li>Self-managed learning</li> <li>Work-based learning</li> <li>Organizational learning</li> <li>Experiential learning</li> <li>Social learning</li> <li>Knowledge management</li> <li>Training and development</li> <li>Psychology development</li> <li>Attitude development</li> <li>Organization development</li> <li>Leadership and management development</li> <li>Human resource management,</li> <li>Human capital development</li> <li>Sociological development</li> <li>Theoretical linguistics</li> <li>Descriptive linguistics and applied linguistics</li> <li>Early childhood education</li> <li>Higher education</li> <li>Vocational education</li> <li>Distance education</li> <li>Special education</li> <li>Educational technology</li> <li>Psychology</li> <li>Administration</li> <li>Evaluation</li> <li>Teaching and learning</li> <li>Educational theory</li> <li>Policy and practice</li> <li>Educational administration and evaluation</li> <li>Educational psychology</li> <li>Educational technology</li> <li>Creativity and entrepreneurship at schools</li> <li>Sociology of education, language teaching</li> <li>Sports pedagogy</li> <li>Educational administration</li> <li>Language education</li> <li>Teacher education</li> <li>Educational technology</li> <li>Business education</li> <li>Medical education</li> <li>Sociology of education</li> <li>The social context of education</li> <li>Curriculum studies</li> <li>Technology and design education educational change</li> <li>Theory of education</li> <li>Economics of environmental management</li> <li>Environmental impact assessment</li> <li>Environmental legislation</li> <li>Environmental policies and politics</li> <li>Environmental systems</li> <li>Improved energy efficiency</li> <li>Process modification for pollution prevention</li> <li>Remediation of contaminated sites</li> <li>Resource quality, quantity, and sustainability</li> <li>Spill prevention and management</li> <li>Sustainability, sustainable development approaches, and methods</li> <li>Transport and fate of pollutants in the environment</li> <li>Waste treatment and disposal</li> <li>Water and energy-related issues</li> <li>Climate change, ecology, and sustainable development</li> <li>Waste and water management</li> <li>Renewable and sustainable energy</li> <li>Environmental technologies, green construction, and sustainable development</li> <li>Environmental economics and policy</li> <li>Urban planning and development</li> <li>Social sciences and humanities</li> <li>Social impact assessment</li> <li>Sustainable agricultural systems</li> <li>Urban</li> <li>Geography</li> <li>Spatial</li> <li>Resource management</li> <li>Land use</li> <li>Environmental and ecological</li> <li>Regional economics and development issues, other regional-related topics</li> <li>Interventions for children, youths, and families, disability study, and practice</li> <li>Health social work, gerontology policy and practice, mental health, work stress, criminal justice</li> <li>Social and economic development etc.</li> </ul> <p> </p> <p><em>Subject Area</em> – Arts and Humanities. <em>Subject Category</em> –General Arts and Humanities.</p> <p><em>Subject Area</em> – Social Sciences. <em>Subject Category</em> –General Social Sciences.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; color: #ff0000;"><em><strong>It is important to mention that all the works are showed without any kind of payment. All of them are published free from payments or taxes.</strong></em></p> en-US aijhass@acseusa.org (Managing Editor) aijhass@acseusa.org (Technical Support) Sat, 30 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 3.3.0.8 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 STRENGTHENING TRUST TO REINFORCE ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF LOCAL AUTHORITIES IN MALAYSIA (DRAF) https://www.acseusa.org/journal/index.php/aijhass/article/view/309 <p><em>This study explores the imperative of fostering Trust to enhance the organizational performance of local authorities in Malaysia. Recognizing Trust as a pivotal factor, the research delves into strategies for strengthening interpersonal relationships and institutional credibility. By addressing trust deficits, the study aims to provide actionable insights that can contribute to the overall effectiveness and efficiency of local governance in Malaysia. The primary focus of this research is to put into practice the idea of Trust, precisely honing in on the effectiveness of local authorities (LAs) in Malaysia. In this instance, the study employs the Community Integrity Building (CIB) concept, emphasizing the pivotal roles played by community monitors, contractors, and LAs in collectively navigating toward improved performance. It offers a continuous feedback mechanism that enhances understanding and improves Trust in services provided by the LAs. The paper objectively explores the measuring of Trust, therefore linking the vacuum between conceptualization and realization, which is hardly seen in LAs. Finally, it concludes by reflecting some insights on the potential of the CIB approach regarding the trust agenda towards building a more progressive and dynamic new public management ecosystem in a Malaysian organization setting. </em></p> <p><strong>JEL Classification Codes: </strong>D73.</p> Ahmad Fadzli Bin Ahmad Tajuddin , Hamdan Bin Mohd Salleh , Abul Bashar Bhuiyan Copyright (c) 2024 Ahmad Fadzli Bin Ahmad Tajuddin , Hamdan Bin Mohd Salleh , Abul Bashar Bhuiyan https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://www.acseusa.org/journal/index.php/aijhass/article/view/309 Sat, 30 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0000