International Journal of
Sociology and Anthropology

  • Abbreviation: Int. J. Sociol. Anthropol.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2006-988X
  • DOI: 10.5897/IJSA
  • Start Year: 2009
  • Published Articles: 334

Table of Content: January-March 2023; 15(1)

January 2023

Folk music, tradition and gender stereotypes: A feminist analysis of the work of a Nigerian folk icon

This research adopts a feminist content analytic framework to examine the portrayal of Nigerian women in the work of  Uko Akpan Cultural Group, iconic champions of folk music in south-eastern Nigeria.  The purpose of this research is to understand if folk music reinforces gender stereotypes or empowers women by providing them with a legitimate platform to utilize their talents as a source of income and...

Author(s): Akpan-Obong Patience 

January 2023

Kurdish migration in Hakkâri in 1915 within the context of constructivism theory

The aim of the article is to analyze the Kurdish migration that took place in Hakkâri during the First World War in the context of constructivism. The main question of the study is: "What is the place of the Kurdish migration in Hakkâri that took place in 1915 in the memory of those who witnessed that period?" The study data were obtained through semi-structured interviews conducted in...

Author(s): TOPÇU Emel and KORKMAZ Engin

January 2023

A model of cultural intelligence to reduce deficit talent: A comparative study between Taiwan and Vietnam

This paper raises the discussion on the importance of finding a balance between knowledge and experience by developing the Cultural Intelligence – (CI) of Taiwanese students, the victims of brain drain. In order to explain the impact of CI on Knowledge Management (KM) and Organizational Intelligence (OI), this work explores the development of a CI model based on KM and OI (CKI model) and changes the “culture...

Author(s): Cristiano Trindade De Angelis

March 2023

The choice and preference of sorghum value chain actors in Mali

The production and adoption of sorghum-improved varieties are faced with biotic and abiotic stresses affecting both its utilization and marketability by different actors in the sorghum value chain. This study aims to understand why and how different social groups and value chain actors make decisions on the utilization of sorghum and how these decisions influence the choice and adoption of the sorghum cultivars...

Author(s): Almamy Sylla, Jummai O. Yila and Sekou Traore