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Farag, A. A. E. M., M. M. Mostafa, and H. A. El-Sebaee, Sensory Monofilament test,is it an amazing invention?, , Germany, Lambert academic publishing LAP, 2015. my_lambert_book.pdf
Azem, A. A., M. Mostafa, and H. A. A. Sebaee, Sensory Monofilament Test. Is It An Amazing Invention? , , Deutschland, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2015.
Mahmoud, G., Shakespeare's Festive World: A Semiotic Study of Selected plays by William Shakespeare, , German, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2013. Abstract

The introduction highlights the concept of "festivity" and how it reached its peak in the Elizabethan age. It also discloses Bakhtin's concept of the "carnivalesque" and sheds light upon the Semiotic theory. The first chapter examines the festive elements in A Midsummer Night's Dream (1595) and As You Like It (1599) as comedies. The second chapter focuses on the festive elements in two of Shakespeare's great tragedies: Othello (1602-3) and King Lear (1605). The third chapter discloses the festive elements in two of Shakespeare's late romances: The Winter's Tale (1610) and The Tempest (1611). The conclusion presents what is deduced from this research: In the comedies, festivity builds up until it reaches its peak with the marriages of the characters at the end. In the tragedies, Shakespeare employs festivity as a tool of intrigue. In the romances, the festive spirit reigns. Yet, the ambivalence of festivity remains as the most remarkable feature.

Scott-Young, C., Maged Georgy, and A. Grisinger, Shared leadership in project teams: An integrative multi-level conceptual model and research agenda, , vol. 37, pp. 565– 581, 2019/03/24. Abstract

This article appeared in a journal published by Elsevier. The attached copy is furnished to the author for internal non-commercial research and education use, including for instruction at the author's institution and sharing with colleagues. Other uses, including reproduction and distribution, or selling or licensing copies, or posting to personal, institutional or third party websites are prohibited. In most cases authors are permitted to post their version of the article (e.g. in Word or Tex form) to their personal website or institutional repository. Authors requiring further information regarding Elsevier's archiving and manuscript policies are encouraged to visit: Abstract Shared leadership has rarely been studied in the project management context, despite its proven performance-enhancing benefits in other management domains. Based on a systematic review of the salient literature from multiple disciplines, this paper develops a new multi-level conceptual model to advance a holistic understanding of how shared leadership develops and how it may impact individual, team, project and wider organisational performance. The conceptual model draws upon the input-mediator-output-input perspective of systems theory, which is well-established in the general team literature. The new integrative model identifies the potential multi-level antecedents, proximal team functioning outcomes, and the more distal multi-level outcomes of shared leadership based on findings from the shared leadership literature drawn largely from other domains. Potential boundary conditions of the model are identified. A future research agenda is recommended for empirically testing the new multi-level shared leadership model and its different elements in a diverse range of project contexts.

Ghazi, E. A., H. Elsadda, and H. K.(translator), Significant Moments in the History of Egyptian Women, , Cairo, National Council for Women, 2001.
, A simplified Guide To Producing Albumin Photographs, : LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2017.
Sabry, O. M., Simplified Phytotherapy, , Beijing, IISTE, 2015.
Eraky, M., Warda Youssef Mohamed, and H. A. Elfeky, Sleep Quality as Perceived By Critically ill Patients, , Saarbrücken, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2015.
Smalltalk/V, Smalltalk/{V} {Tutorial} and {Programming} {Handbook}, , Los Angeles, California, Digitalk Inc., 1986. Abstract
Saleh, H. F., Social media in Egyptian newspapers: New opportunity or credibility threat?, , Germany, LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2016. book.pdf
Radwan, S., and et al, Social Psychology, , Cairo , Dar Al-Fikr Al-Arabi , 1999.
Wordsworth, J. B., Software {Development} with {Z}, , Wokingham, England, Addison Wesley, 1992. Abstract
Schach, S. R., Software {Engineering}, , 2nd, Boston, Irwin, 1993. Abstract
Pressman, R. G., Software {Engineering} - {A} {Practitioner}'s {Approach}, , 3rd (European), New York, McGraw-Hill, 1994. Abstract
Pressman, R. S., Software {Engineering} - {A} {Practitioner}'s {Approach}, , 2nd, Singapore, McGraw-Hill, 1992. Abstract
Gilb, T., Software {Metrics}, , Cambridge, Mass, Winthrop Publishers, 1977. Abstract
Grady, R. B., and D. L. Gaswell, Software {Metrics}: {Establishing} a {Company}-wide {Programme}, , New Jersey, Prentice Hall, 1987. Abstract
Fenton, N. E., Sofware {Metrics} - {A} {Rigorous} {Approach}, , London, Chapman & Hall, 1991. Abstract
shahinaz_yousef, and H. Elfaki, Solar Forcing of Weak Solar Cycleson Equatorial African Plateau Lakes, , Germany, Lambert Academic Publishing, 2016.
shahinaz_yousef, and H. Elfaki, Solar Forcing of Weak Solar Cycleson Equatorial African Plateau Lakes, , Germany, Lambert Academic Publishing, 2016.
Aboulmagd, A., Solar Thermal Collectors for Low and Medium Temperature Applications, , Saarbrücken, Germany, Scholars' Press, OmniScriptum GmbH & Co. KG, 2015. 978-3-639-76745-2_coverpreview_1.pdf