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  • Development and Validation of Measures of Social Phobia
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  • Social Skill
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  • Globish - Global English
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  • A Tentative Study on the Strategies in Translating Chinese Idioms Into English
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  • Importance of English Language and Speaking Skills
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  • The Benefits of Speaking Effectively in English
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  • Impact of Cultural and Social Factors on Health
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  • Indian English Novel
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  • Assignment on Education, Inequality & Poverty: Bangladesh Scenario
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  • Globalisation and the Impact on Developing Countries
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  • Development of Sociology and Its Relation to Other Social Sciences
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  • Official English
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  • Global Business Ethics and Social Concerns
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  • What Causes Social Intolerance?
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  • Inequality in Brazil
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  • Social Stratification in South Africa
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  • Social Globalization and Women's Political Rights
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