Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Research https://journals.researchub.org/index.php/jsshr <p><strong><a href="https://researchub.org/journal-of-social-science-and-humanities-research-jsshr/">Journal of Social Science and Humanities Research</a> publishes papers devoted to quantitative social science research and methodology. Articles which illustrate the use of quantitative methods to empirically test social science theory will be accepted. The journal emphasizes research concerned with subjects or methods that cut across traditional disciplinary lines. Special consideration is given to methods that have been used by only one particular social science discipline, but that may have an application to a broader range of areas with the ultimate goal of testing social science theory.</strong><br /><br />ISSN:2693-8405</p> <p><em>JSSHR </em>is an open access journal. There is no publication charge. <em>JSSHR </em>publishes 4 issues in each year.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>All accepted papers will be checked by <a title="iThenticate" href="http://www.ithenticate.com/">iThenticate</a> against plagiarism.</strong><strong> </strong></p> Research Hub en-US Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Research 2693-8405 Prejudice in the tribal structure of the Arabs and its role in Islam https://journals.researchub.org/index.php/jsshr/article/view/1274 <p>In all human civilizations, there is the concept of prejudice, which is one of the requirements for the survival of a civilization. In this article, the aim is to examine the prejudice in the tribal structure of the Arabs. Prejudice is one of the characteristics of the pre-Islamic Arabs that existed structurally among the Arabs even after Islam. This prejudice, which was very evident among the pre-Islamic Arabs, played an important role not only among the post-Islamic Arabs but also in the events of the Islamic realm. Including in the incident of Saqifah Bani Saadeh and the Arab policies of the Umayyads. In this article, using the second and third hand sources, the role of prejudice in the events of the Islamic Caliphate has been investigated.</p> Mobin Ghadermarzi Rahman Mohamadi Copyright (c) 2022 2022-04-28 2022-04-28 10 1 1 6 10.24200/jsshr.vol10iss1pp1-6 The Relationship between Iranian EFL teachers’ Self-Resiliency and their Burn out https://journals.researchub.org/index.php/jsshr/article/view/1276 <p>In a foreign language setting, social-psychological variables are very important. These variables can highly influence the learners’ and consequently teachers' performance. One of the most influential psychosocial domains in language pedagogy is self-resiliency. Burnout is a persistent, negative, work-related state which involves mental, emotional, or physical exhaustion. Teacher burnout has been a major concern in mainstream education in recent years. However, it has been less examined among EFL teachers. Therefore, this study adopted a correlational design to fill the gap by examining the (possible) relationship between their burnout and self-resilience in the Iranian EFL context. Another influential factor that is of utmost importance in teaching contexts is burnout. The needed data were gathered through the application of two questionnaires: The Maslach Burnout Inventory and the Resilience Scale. The participants were 97 experienced teachers having university education from Mashhad Iran. They were both males and females and from different age groups. After obtaining the raw data, the SPSS software (version 22) was used to change the data into the numerical interpretable form. The result showed that the participants’ self-resiliency has a reverse relationship with their burnout.</p> Ali Morshedi Tonekaboni Farkhondeh Nasiri Copyright (c) 2022 2022-04-28 2022-04-28 10 1 7 13 10.24200/jsshr.vol10iss1pp7-13