Journal Information

Publisher: Mosul Studies Center


Editor-in-chief: Assistant Professor Dr. Maysoon Thanoon al-'Abaychi

ISSN: 1815-8854

Some of the Al-Umari Poets in Mosul

Abdulalah M. Almula

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2006, Volume 2, Issue 14, Pages 3-34

This paper sheds light on the Arabic scientific and educational role which was played by the dynasty of Al-Umaria in Mosul during their home rule of Mosul from (1139 A.H-1726 A.D) to (1249 A.H-1834 A.D) in Ottoman period.

The Signification of Symbol in MosuliFolk - Saying

Ali Ahmed Mohammed Al Obiade

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2006, Volume 2, Issue 14, Pages 35-52

This study of Mosuli Folk – Saying is ar attempt at disclosing the Signification of symbol in folk saying.The manners of Mosuli folk – Saying its aesthetic significatory values ,and its subject are disclosed through this symbol. This symbol. expresses the Mosuli folk thinking that coins the folk – saying.

Distribution Djiuthnograve in Nineveh province (study Antropouljah)

qusay R. kanaan; moafaq W. mahmood

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2006, Volume 2, Issue 14, Pages 53-76

The individual and society and culture key elements of social existence of man, not correct social status without any of them ... but it's not one model but comes in variations are endless, whether in the forms or in the contents ... and interfere kinds each in some, and communities, past and present known patternsof living for small groups relatively her lifestyles your live or coexist side by side with other groups or as part of a large group, but these patterns remain in all cases subject to the conditions of many and convergence of, or away interests and duration of historical juxtaposition and coexistence ... and mortgaged larger capacity culturemother to accept sub-cultures and the extent of tolerance and understanding, which enjoys and subsequent antagonism or cooperation

Social Consequences of the Mobile Phone(A Field Study in Mosul)

Hanaa Jasem Al-Sabaawee

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2006, Volume 2, Issue 14, Pages 77-106

The research deals with the Social Consequences of the mobile phone. The research dims at detecting the most important Social Consequences whether positive or negative. The research Sample Consists of (150) individuals.
The research followed the method of Social Survey by means of Sample method and applies questionnaire as a tool to collect data.
The research suggests that the mobile phone has positive and negative Consequences attired by the findings of the current research

Evaluating the level of educational programsOffered by the institutes prepare teachersIn the city of Mosul, from the viewpoint of Tdrisea

Amer A. Sultan; Wasmaa S. suleman

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2006, Volume 2, Issue 14, Pages 107-130

This study aims at evaluating two aspects of the educational programs:
A- The field of scientific training.
B- The field of vocational training.
To carrying out the two aims of this research, we followed a method whose items are built on the long experience of some teachers as well as on the rules of the primary schools No. 30, 1978 and the rules of the teacher training and the contemporary international views, in addition to the available research.
This tool is exposed to some experts and specialists in order to test the objectives of its items. It has also been applied to the original society after the statements have been analyzed, we've been assured that some items are achieved, others are not. This is due to the responsers' experiences (i.e. the teachers) which concentrated, as a whole, on the necessity of developing the teachers' efficiency and improving the educational programs.

Time Orientation and its Relationship with the Self-Regulation of Learning of the Training Institute Studentsin Mosul

khulod B. Abdul ahad

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2006, Volume 2, Issue 14, Pages 131-160

This research aims at knowing:
1. The dimensions of time orientation. 2. The level of self-regulation.
3.Isthere a difference between time orientation of the sample member according to their natal arrangement
4. The relationship of time orientation with the following variables:
A.. Gender. B. Self-regulation.
C. time orientation in terms of Gender with The relationship of self-regulation.
The research was restrictive to Training institute students 2005-2006 study year. The number of the students in the institute was (1807) students who are distributed to the two training institutes in both sides of Mosul: the right side and the lef one.
The sample was randomly selected, it included (300) students. In order to achieve the aims of the research, two instruments were adopted: time orientation scale prepared by AL-Fatlawi (2000) and self-regulation scale prepared by AL-Hindawi (2003). The validity and reliabitty of the two scales.
As for results, they were as follows:
1. Most of the members of the sample had future time orientation in which their percentatges was 48.6%.
2. Results showed that the members of the sample enjoyed a well-organized level and that natal arrangement had a relationship with the time orientation of the individual. The members, who were in the first natal arrangement had past time orientation and those, who were in the second natal arrangement and above had future time orientation. The findings showed that there was a correlative relationship between future time orientation and self-regulation. The relationship was greater than the one that was between the other orientations and self-regulation. Some recommendations and suggestions were coined on the basis of the results.

Analysis of the aesthetic response to the offersEducational Theatre

Mohamad I. altaee

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2006, Volume 2, Issue 14, Pages 161-176

The current research studies the aesthetic response to the shows of educational theatre and indicates the importance of knowing the impressions and opinions of the primary pupils aging (10 – 12) years old regarded the main standard of their response , preference and judging of a certain play.
The research folds (the importance of the research , the problem , aims and limits , and determinating the vocabulary).
The second part dealt with (analyzing the theatrical response and its individuality for each child). The third part includes the research procedures , as for as fourth part contains results and conclusions.
The most prominent conclusions were :
1. Obvious aesthetic response is shown with high rates (the plot , acting , decoration , music , customs , and lights).
2. All the show elements were gathered to achieve the effective and successful response , the elements were (plot , performance , techniques , directing , and the chosen age group)