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Relation between Emotional Intelligence and Forgiveness with Marital Satisfaction

DOI:10.14331/ijfpss.2013.330006

Roya Koochak Entezar, Nooraini Othman, Azlina Binti Mohd Kosnin, Afsaneh Ghanbari Panah

 

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study was to explore the relation between emotional intelligence and forgiveness with marital satisfaction. The sample of this research was 200 Iranian married couples whom were randomly selected for investigation. SPSS was used to analyze the data. All respondents completed questionnaires which comprised of 3 parts (Marital Satisfaction, Enrich; Forgiveness family questionnaire, FFS; Bar-on Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire and EIQ). The research shows that there are significant relation between emotional intelligence and marital satisfaction as well as significant relation between forgiveness and marital satisfaction. So the hypothesis 4 and 6 were confirmed, but based on the finding of this research the hypothesis 1, 2, 3 and 5 were not confirmed.

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The Influence of Export Marketing Strategy Determinants on Firm Export Performance: A Review of Empirical literatures Between 1993-2010

DOI:10.14331/ijfpss.2013.330007

Farshid Movaghar Moghaddam, Abu Bakar Bin Abdul Hamid, Siti Zaleha Abdul Rasid, Hassan Darestani

 

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The growing of global trade and sales activity in the global market cause the increasing attention to the variables effect on firm export performance. However, despite a lot published about determinants of firm export performance, the literatures are characterized by the lack of consensus among researchers as to what constitutes export marketing strategy of firm export performance. As a result, this study reviews the articles published between 1993 and 2010 assesses the effect of export marketing strategy elements on firm export performance. Based upon a comprehensives and systematic literature study, a synthesized model which can be apply for understanding export marketing strategy influence on export to enhance the firm export performance will be eventually designed. In this study the export marketing strategy are classified to price strategy, product strategy, promotion strategy, place strategy. Later, the results of previous studies about detailed analysis on dimensions of export marketing strategy and the relationship between export marketing strategy and firm export performance are mentioned. In addition, a proposed conceptual framework is developed for the researchers who are interested to evaluate this issue in further research.

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Quality excellence model: A review of researches in Developing countries

DOI:10.14331/ijfpss.2013.330008

Wan Khairuzzaman Wan Ismail, Hassan Darestani, Maziar Azimzadeh Irani

 

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There have been fundamental changes in management since 1950, and these changes are still affecting enterprises around the glob. Quality as the main issue of these changes has received special consideration. The European foundation for quality management (EFQM) was established in 1988 in order to achieve quality leadership and continuous improvement. EFQM is a model which is designed for all kinds of organization and with utilizing self assessment as a strategic tool helps companies to identify their weaknesses, strengths and areas of improvement. This paper reviews some of the studies conducted in developing countries about applying EFQM in enterprises with special attention to small and medium-sized enterprise (SMEs). The main purpose of this study is to find whether EFQM model have been successful in building winning and efficient organizations in developing countries. Due to the situation of global market and competitive environment, SMEs in developing countries realized that they need to have a proper quality model in order to recognize their weaknesses and strengths, and the areas of their improvement to be able to compete in the international market. The results indicates EFQM gives better outcome for private organizations in comparison with public organizations and the best excellence model which fits developing countries’ SMEs is EFQM model.

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