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Ismail, T. H., Accounting and Auditing: A Review of Practices and Empirical Research , , Republic of Moldova, Europe. , Elvia Press, 2022.
Elkhashen, E. M., and C. G. Ntim, "Accounting and philosophy: The construction of social reality framework", Journal of Accounting and Taxation, vol. 10, issue 3, pp. 29-36, 2018.
Elbannan, M. A., "Accounting and stock market effects of international accounting standards adoption in an emerging economy", Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, vol. 36, no. 2: Springer US, pp. 207–245, 2011. Abstract
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Abdel-Azim, M. H., "Accounting Conservatism in Different Market Sectors and its Impact on Dividend Policy: Evidence from Egypt", The International Journal of Business, Accounting and Finance, vol. 3, issue 1, pp. 110- 127, 2009.
Soliman, W. S. M. K., and A. Rashed, "Accounting Conservatism, Information Asymmetry and Cash Holdings", Journal of Accounting, Business and Management (JABM), vol. 28, issue 1, pp. 63-72, 2021.
Rashed, A., and W. Shehata, "Accounting Conservatism, Information Asymmetry and Cash Holdings", Journal of Accounting, Business and Management (JABM), vol. 28, issue 1, pp. 63-72, 2021.
Saleh, N. A., and M. A. Mahmoud, "Accounting for Phase I Sampling Variability in the Performance of the MEWMA Control Chart with Estimated Parameters", Communications in Statistics-Simulation and Computation, vol. 46, issue 6, pp. 4333-4347, 2017.
Saleh, N. A., and M. A. Mahmoud, "Accounting for Phase I Sampling Variability in the Performance of the MEWMA Control Chart with Estimated Parameters", Communications in Statistics-Simulation and Computation, In Press.
Eliwa, Y., A. Gregoriou, and A. Paterson, "Accruals quality and the cost of debt: the European evidence", International Journal of Accounting & Information Management, vol. 27, issue 2, 2019.
Mohamed, S. M., and M. H. Mostafa, "Acculturative Stress, Assertiveness, and Self Efficacy among Undergraduate International Nursing Students", Evidence-Based Nursing Research, vol. Vol. 2, issue 2, pp. 1 of 11, 2020.
Mohamed, S. M., and M. H. Mostafa, "Acculturative Stress, Assertiveness, and Self Efficacy among Undergraduate International Nursing Students", Evidence-Based Nursing Research, vol. Vol. 2, issue 2, pp. 1 of 11, 2020.
Mohamed, S. M., and M. H. Mostafa, "Acculturative Stress, Assertiveness, and Self Efficacy among Undergraduate International Nursing Students", Evidence-Based Nursing Research, vol. Vol. 2, issue 2, pp. 1 of 11, 2020. final_published_copy.pdf
Mostafa, M., and S. Mohamed, Acculturative Stress, Assertiveness, and Self Efficacy among Undergraduate International Nursing Students, , vol. 2, pp. 120 - 130, 2020/03/01. Abstract

Context: Acculturative stress is an essential challenge of international students in a new culture. This challenge may impact their academic success, psychological wellbeing, and the educational institution's effectiveness in retaining these students. Aim: To examine the relationship between acculturative stress, self-efficacy, and assertiveness among international undergraduate nursing students. Methods: The study was conducted at the Faculty of Nursing, Cairo University. The correlational research design was used on a simple random sample consists of 135 undergraduate international nursing students. Four tools were used for data collection. They were personal data sheet, acculturative stress assessment scale, Rathus assertiveness schedule, and general self-efficacy assessment scale. Results: 47.00% of undergraduate international nursing students had a mild level of acculturative stress, 34.8% of undergraduate international nursing students were somewhat non-assertive, about half of undergraduate international nursing students had a moderate level of self-efficacy. There was a statistically significant positive correlation between self-efficacy and assertiveness. Also, there was a statistically significant negative correlation between acculturative stress and assertiveness. There was no statistically significant correlation between self-efficacy and acculturative stress. Conclusions: Undergraduate international nursing students were inclined towards experiencing acculturative stress, and near half of them exhibit a mild level. More than one-third of them were somewhat assertive, with near half of them had a high level of self-efficacy. The development of educational programs is needed to maximize assertiveness skills, self-efficacy, and reducing acculturative stress among undergraduate international nursing students.

1- Hegazy, A. K., and M. H. Emam, "Accumulation and soil-to-plant transfer of radionuclides in the coastal black sand habitats.", International Journal of Phytoremediation, vol. 13 , pp. 140-155, 2011. radionuclides_paper.pdf
Hegazy, A. K., and M. H. Emam, "Accumulation and Soil-to-Plant Transfer of Radionuclides in the Nile Delta Coastal Black Sand Habitats", International Journal of Phytoremediation, vol. 13, issue 2, pp. 140-55, 2011. AbstractCU-PDF.pdf

The radionuclide content was estimated in the soil of three black sand habitats in theMediterranean coast of Egypt, namely, sand mounds and coastal sand planes and dunes. Inaddition, a total of 14 heavy minerals found in the soils were characterized. The soil to planttransfer of uranium and thorium was tested on three black sand species, namely, Cakile maritimaScop. Senecioglaucus L. and RumexPictusForssk. The transfer of thoriumand uranium radionuclides from the soil to plant is complex process that is subjected tomany variables; among which are the organic matter and clay content of the soil, the type ofradionuclides and plant species. The study revealed a strong negative relationship betweenuranium and thorium uptake by S. glaucus and R. pictus and the clay and organic mattercontent of soil. Concentration of thorium in the soil has a negative correlation with soil-toplanttransfer factor. The study results suggest the possibility of using black sand speciesfor phytoremediation of soils contaminated with radioactive elements. The potentiality of S.glaucus as phytoremediator of radionuclides polluted soils is greater than R. pictus whichin turn outweigh C. maritima.

Hegazy, A. K., and M. H. Emam, "Accumulation and soil-to-plant transfer of radionuclides in the Nile Delta coastal black sand habitats. ", International Journal of Phytoremediation, vol. 13, pp. 140-155, 2011.
El Baz, F. K., A. M. Aboul-Enein, G. S. El-Baroty, A. M. Youssef, and H. H. Abd El-Baky, Accumulation of antioxidant vitamins in Dunaliella salina, : Asian Network for Scientific Information, Pakistan, 2002. Abstract
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Hanafy, M. S., S. M. Rahman, M. M. Khalafalla, H. A. EL-SHEMY, Y. Nakamoto, M. Ishimoto, and K. Wakasa, "Accumulation of free tryptophan in azuki bean (Vigna angularis) induced by expression of a gene (OASA1D) for a modified α-subunit of rice anthranilate synthase", Plant Science, vol. 171, issue 6: Elsevier, pp. 670-676, 2006. Abstract
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Allam, A. A., J. S. Ajarem, A. K. Hegazy, S. M. Al-Sobeai, M. S., G. Allam, M. K. Okla, N. Altoom, and M. Elhag, "Accumulation of heavy metal pollutants in the components of Petroleum polluted arid ecosystem", Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology, Rhodes, Greece, Greece, 3-5 September, 2015. 2015cest2015_paper2.pdf
Hegazy, A. K., G. M. Fahmy, and T. H. Hassan, "Accumulation of proline with respect to the water relations of desert and alpine plants under natural environments.", Scientific Journal of the Faculty of Science, Menoufia University, vol. 3, pp. 247-268, 1989.
Nassef, A. O., A. M. Ashraf, and S. M. Metwalli, "Accuracy and Fitting-Time Minimization in the Reverse Engineering of Prismatic Features", Proceedings of the ASME Computers in Engineering Conference, Las Vegas, 1999. Abstract
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