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The Academic Integrity and its Relationship with Teaching Performance of Faculty Members, Faculty of Education, Hael University
Dr. Shaikhah Th. Alrasheedi

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Objectives: The study aimed to identify the degree of practicing the academic integrity by the faculty members of the Faculty of Education, Hael University and its relationship with their teaching performance.
Method: A correlative descriptive approach was used in this study. Two questionnaires, for academic integrity and teaching performance, designed by the researcher, were administered to a sample of (200) female students in the Faculty of Education, Hael University.
Results: The findings of the study revealed that: the degree of adherence to values of the academic integrity and its areas (i.e., personal, social, educational) by the faculty members, Faculty of Education, Hael University, was high; the level of the faculty members' teaching performance and its areas (i.e., planning, implementation, evaluation) was high; and there was a statistically significant, strong and direct relationship between the academic integrity and the level of teaching performance of the faculty members, Faculty of Education, Hael University.
Conclusion: Finally, the study recommended the necessity to reinforce the academic integrity with faculty members due to its effect on their teaching performance.

Keywords: Integrity, Academic Integrity, Teaching Performance.


The Spatial Transformations of Residential Apartments in Jeddah City Between 1970 - 2020
Huda T. Arshadlamphon
Prof. Mohammad S. Alghamdi

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Objectives: The following research manifests the qualitative and quantitative transformation in which appears on the physical changes of the residential apartments' spatial design in Jeddah city through the period of half of a decade. The study investigates the transformational aspects of residential apartments in Jeddah city focuses on seven residential apartments’ case studies in juxtaposition to the period between 1970 – 2020.
Method: Based on descriptive investigative analysis to feature the factors, which influenced the transformation process, and determining the relationship between the primary and the secondary spatial programs and elements in regard to the physical, psychological, and social requirements.
Results: The investigation and analysis have proven important results which include the fact that guest reception area has disappeared in the last three decades after occupying around 27% of the apartment's area in early times. Moreover, the contemporary residential apartment focuses on the family uses more often than previously by increasing the bedrooms' numbers, attached bathrooms, and the open spaces between the family sitting area and the kitchen. In addition, there were several functions and needs, which have been added to the contemporary Saudi residential apartment such as maid's room and bathroom.
Conclusion: The research indicates that the quality of the contemporary Saudi family lifestyle has experienced extensive qualitative changes during the last period of half of a decade. Thus, the qualitative and quantitative physical transformations, which appear in the residential apartments, are caused by the connected interactive relationship, which associates the physical changes and psychological developments, to satisfy the common and individuals' needs and desires. Apparently, the transformation was gradually in shifts, where the earlier periods focus on increasing the social desires and decreasing the individual's needs.

Keywords: Jeddah City, History of Saudi Residence, Residential Apartments, Residence Spatial Design, Contemporary Saudi Housing Evolution.

 
 The Role of Organizational Culture and Talent Management on Employee Satisfaction and Commitment in Kuwaiti Public Sector Organizations
Dr. Adnan A. ALali

Abstract
Objectives: Literature suggests the importance of research on organizational culture and talent management in terms of ensuring the satisfaction and commitment of the talented employees. This paper proposes and tests a conceptual model that explains relationships among the organization culture, talent management, and resultant satisfaction and commitment of talented employees.
Method: A survey of 352 public sector employees in Kuwait, is conducted and the data is analyzed through partial least squire method.
Results: The results show strong relationships among organization culture, talent management, and consequent satisfaction and commitment of the talented employees. The talent management, however, have higher impact on employees’ satisfaction compared to its impact on the employees’ commitment.
Conclusion: These finding broaden the theory and policy related to establishing higher performing human capital systems by establishing the right co-existence of culture, talent, and employees’ satisfaction and commitment.

Keywords: Organizational Culture, Employee Satisfaction and Commitment, Talent Management, Kuwaiti Public Sector.

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