Volume 12 (2019)
Volume 11 (2018)
Volume 10 (2014)
Volume 9 (2013)
Volume 8 (2012)
Volume 7 (2011)
Volume 6 (2010)
Volume 5 (2009)
Volume 4 (2008)
Volume 3 (2007)
Volume 2 (2006)
Volume 1 (2005)
Volume 12, Issue 51, Winter 2019, Page 1-122
Volume 12, Issue 51, Pages 1-19
This study deals with the tasks of the security forces in Mosul during 1962-1963 and the efforts exerted to establish and expand centers and security stations, duties Conditions and risks faced by police personal inside outside the city..
Building an educational program for the development of Psychological courage among the students of Mosul University
Volume 12, Issue 51, Pages 21-44
The research aims at building an educational program for the development of psychological courage among the students of the University of Mosul. To achieve this, the researchers designed(12) sessions based on multiple strategies and achievement of the objectives of the program as well as recognition of the effectiveness of the program. The researchers adopted a experimental approach in the design of the two groups (experimental and control) The sample of the program consisted of (52) male and female students who obtained the lowest average of (77.3974) which is less than the arithmetic average of the scale of (100) as they were divided into two experimental groups consisting of (24) male and female students and control group consisting of (28) male and female students after the parity between them The researchers have obtained the psychometric indicators of the program by presenting it to (18)experts. and after the completion of the final picture of the program was applied within the period of (4/3/2018) until (16/4/2018 ) and After analyzing the data statistically there were statistically significant differences between the experimental and control groups A number of Recommen.
Child Custody and Alimony in Mosul at the End of the Ottoman Reign Through records of the Shari'a court
Volume 12, Issue 51, Pages 45-64
The study of child custody and alimony in Mosul at the end of the Ottoman reign through records of the Shari'a court is of the most important topics, which have not paid great importance from researchers and specialists, and the above-mentioned records represent main resources for socioeconomic history of the city of Mosul at the end of the Ottoman reign, especially the Shari'a court was the legal court to issue sentences to home who deserve child custody or Alimony. The research based on many documents obtained from that court. The researcher found out that the topic of child custody and alimony at the end of the ottoman reign has given a clear-cut vision about the natural life at that time
Volume 12, Issue 51, Pages 65-87
Colonel Sir Tatton Benvenuto Mark Sykes, 6th Baronet (16 March 1879 – 16 February 1919) was an English traveler, visited many countries around the world on variety of continents, and focused his attention on the Middle East in general and Iraq in particular during the period 1899-1913, and published details of his travels in three books. As a Diplomat, his name is associated with the notorious Sykes–Picot Agreement (Signed at London on 5 January 1916), drawn up while the war was in progress, regarding the partitioning of the Ottoman Empire by Britain, France ,Russia and Italy .What of considerable important in Sykes' lifetime are his journeys to the East and his itineraries regarding Mosul and its towns and villages.
Volume 12, Issue 51, Pages 89-102
Family relationships have exposed acute disturbances due to emigration ;most families that found no she lter where as others stayed in emigration camps,othersresortedto relative houses. others whene to inhabit incompletedbuilings or some undestroyed barts of government al buileings.Thosefaimlies were obliged to endure many hardships such as poverty ,absence of provder and losing some family members when there is no complete security. In houses,where more than one family exists caused many problems among those families and reflected on the emigrated family members in general.
Proverbs and their role in the development of healthliteracy Analytical study of proverbs conductivity
Volume 12, Issue 51, Pages 103-122
The humans is concerned with the prevention of diseases, in terms of trying to identify the causes, how to avoid them and reduce their effects, motivated by his desire to live healthy and well-being, because the disease hinders movement and weakens his physical abilities, and causes pain, and the disease hinders him from practicing his social activities and exercise his daily life And thus reduce the exercise of social roles assigned to it.
Attia The research sought to identify the role of popular proverbs in the development of health awareness and to identify the healthy health values contained in these proverbs, as well as criticism of a set of contradictions of these values.
Through the analysis of a set of proverbs of the same type, research through a content analysis approach revealed that popular examples played an important role in the development of health values and healthy health awareness in the society that produced them. These examples strengthened the values of physical safety and painted a model picture of the health behavior of the individual. Develop awareness of proper food behavior, And called for eating healthy meals, and identified the appropriate times for eating certain meals, and the amounts of appropriate food, and other health and fitness issues. As I have been critical of incorrect behaviors in a serious attempt to eliminate or modify them.