Journal of Human Sciences <p style="text-align: justify;">A scientific journal published by the University of Sabha twice a year. It is concerned with publishing original scientific research and studies in the field of human sciences, which have not been previously published or presented at a scientific conference. Scientific research is accepted in Arabic, English, French, and African languages. The paper will be published on the current issue. Once the evaluation process is completed, the evaluation process will be conducted in strict confidentiality by two arbitrators. The scientific papers published by the journal do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the journal. The date of the first publication in 1994 AD.</p> en-US <h4>Plagiarism policy</h4> <p>Sebha University Journal respects intellectual property and aims to protect the original work of authors applying for publication. In general, the laws of the magazine are inconsistent with scientific articles that contain stolen materials and are not bound by the standards of quality, research and innovation. Applicants for publication to the journal must adhere to ethical standards and refrain from plagiarism in any way. In the event that any plagiarism or scientific theft of an article submitted for publication is found, the journal will contact the author to provide their interpretation within two weeks of its date, after which it will be referred to the relevant committees formed for this purpose to take strict measures. about that. In general, the journal’s license allows the citation of the content published on its website and the download of all files.</p> (أ.د. ابراهيم عزاقة) (د. محمد ارحيم عمر) Tue, 05 Jan 2021 00:00:00 -0600 OJS 60 Perception of body image and control center patterns for girls who are late in marriage <p>The current study aimed to identify the nature of the relationship between perception of body image (positive-negative) and patterns of control center (internal - and external) in marriage arrears, and to know the differences between the perception of body image and pattern of control center according to some demographic variables, namely, Gregorian arrangement) in light of theories of causal attribution. The sample of the study consisted of (14) single women, the personal selection was made from the cities of Al-Bayda, Al-Qobba, Derna, who met the conditions of age (over 24 to 47) years, and the civil status (single). The body image scale was applied to the numbers of Zainab Choucair (2002), the control center scale was the number of Roter and Arabization (Aladdin Kafafi, 1982) The psychometric properties of the scales were confirmed. After analyzing the data using statistical methods, including the Pearson correlation coefficient and the test (T), and the descriptive approach. The study reached the following main results:</p> <p>There is a negative correlation between the perception of body image and the pattern of the center of control in the single category as a whole.</p> <p>There are statistically significant differences between the single women in the pattern of the center of the internal control and the pattern of the center of the external control in favor of women with the pattern of the center of the external control.</p> <p>- The absence of differences between those with the center of the external control pattern and those with the pattern of the center of the internal control in perceiving the image of the body (positive).</p> Hania Musa Almabrouk Taher Copyright (c) 2021 Tue, 05 Jan 2021 00:00:00 -0600 Transfiguration in the poetry of Ahmed Shawky through the poem Abi El Houl <p>Intertextuality is a modern term of monetary terms, which belongs to post-structuralism, and it studies the relationships of textual interference between a specific text and other texts, and textual interpolation relationships include citation, inclusion, reference. These interstitial relationships arise through the calling and transfer mechanisms. Intertextuality is a cognitive form that has its methods and mechanisms, and is intended to break down texts, study its reference and its interaction with other texts, and is therefore a term that studies textual interaction and dialogue between texts .in the poetry of Ahmed Shawky through the poem of the Sphinx, as I noticed through my reading of this poem that it is crowded with In this research, I discussed, with God’s power and strength, attunement reclineing on previous texts and filled with summons of history and personalities, until it seemed to me that the texts are calling, and that the summons call for a summons; This led me to study studies on the ground. In the introduction to this paper - before studying the places of intertextuality in the poem of the Sphinx - I examined the meaning of intertextuality in the Arabic language, the concept of intertextuality in the terminology, so that I put the reader in the form of the meaning of intertextuality in the language, and the concept of intertextuality in the terminology, before introducing it to the areas of intertextuality in The poem.</p> Mohammed Ali Sulaman Dhaykeel Copyright (c) 2021 Tue, 05 Jan 2021 00:00:00 -0600 The legal nature of criminal liability for the possible outcome In Libyan law, Comparative study <p>This research discusses the legal implications upon the perpetrators of incompletely-shared crimes, where a perpetrator does not commit the crime as agreed with the partner, or he/she committed it in addition to another crime that is likely to be committed under the normal course of things by participating in the discussion that took place on the partner’s responsibility for the crime s/he commit with his/her partner.&nbsp;Unlike the crime that a partner planned to contribute in committing it, the legislator decided to hold that partner accountable for the second crime too, because justice requires that he/she does not escape the punishment on the pretext that s/he did not intend to commit the possible outcome of her/his act. But other views of justice argue: the perpetrator is only made accountable for what s/he committed or intended to participate in committing it. This issue necessitated researching to explore differences in determining this responsibility as prescribed in the Libyan and Egyptian laws. The aim is to understand the legislator’s intentions in determining the legal framework of responsibilities in shared crimes and to establish its legal stand in-line with Article (103.ق. ع. ل).</p> Yousef saleh Albaghdadi Copyright (c) 2021 Tue, 30 Jun 2020 00:00:00 -0500 semantic practices in the book of Thimar AL kuloub <p>This research&nbsp;&nbsp; addresses the most significant semantic issues in the-book&nbsp; ofThimar AL-kuloub by AlThaalbi, such as the idea of ​​semantic fields, the context of the situation, the question of Collocation, as well as the issue of semantic transformation, and the semiology of topic. Contemporary reflects the extent of the contribution made by Thaalbi in&nbsp; semantic research. The research problem lies in a central question: Are there any&nbsp; semantic practices in the book of Thimar ALkuloub&nbsp; that are close to modern semantic theories?</p> <p>The research section includes an introduction, five demands and a conclusion.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Abdalslam M. Jbreel Copyright (c) 2021 Tue, 30 Jun 2020 00:00:00 -0500 provisions With examples of its jurisprudential Negating thedifference and its effect on inferring the legal applications <p>Negating the difference and its effect on inferring the legal provision This research deals with (denying the difference and its effect on inferring the legal rulings with examples of its jurisprudential applications) and has divided it into three sections, which dealt in the first topic: the definition of the denial of the difference in terms, methods and its truth among the fundamentalists, which in turn is three demands, the first requirement: the definition of the negation of the difference in language and idiomatically The second requirement: absolute expressions on the negation of the difference, the third requirement: methods of eliminating the negation of the difference between the origin and the branch. According to the fundamentalists, as for the third topic, it dealt with the types of denial of the difference with examples of its jurisprudential applications, and it contains three demands, the first requirement: the types of negation of the difference and the second requirement: jurisprudential models in which the difference was excluded, while the third requirement was: jurisprudential models denying the difference in which an assumption is often contested. For certainty.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> Ahmed Mohmmed Ahmoda Al Taher Copyright (c) 2021 Tue, 30 Jun 2020 00:00:00 -0500 Structuralism and Levi Strauss <p>This searching involves study of the structuralism engender through study mean of structuralism, Naturalists, condition of Engenders and Knowing the famous Philosophy. concerns&nbsp; on analysis the vision that courteousness&nbsp; by the French elder structuralism Philosophy<strong> Levi Strauss</strong> through Known the backdrop since that was as Guide to him this analysis based on the following points ..Indicate to manner of analysis study to many of human structural access to milestones structuralism manner and most important characters.</p> masuona Imhemed Alfakhry Copyright (c) 2021 Tue, 30 Jun 2020 00:00:00 -0500 The importance of memorizing the Noble Qur’an in children's academic achievement and its relationship to the culture of the family and society (Analytical extrapolation study) <p>The current study aimed to identify the importance of memorizing the Noble Qur’an in the academic achievement of children, and from here the main question of the study emerges: What is the importance of memorizing the Noble Qur’an in children's academic achievement and its relationship to the culture of the family and society? For the scientific answer to the question posed, this study traced the elements of this topic in terms of the benefits and importance of the Noble Qur’an in developing perceptions and the ability to comprehend and comprehend, and what was done in this field in terms of scientific studies and theories, then it stood at the models and areas of memorizing the Holy Qur’an, after that these arrived The study aims to identify some cultural and social obstacles, some personal and health obstacles, and the most important factors that limit the effectiveness of memorizing the Qur’an for children in society and their lack of academic achievement, and what solutions can be developed for this problem. Based on the inductive analytical approach followed in this study, it has concluded that memorizing the Holy Qur’an was - and still is - an effective element in raising the academic achievement of children in Libyan society, and it has many positive benefits and effects that are narrow at the family level and broad at the national level. As for the obstacles that limit the effectiveness of memorizing the Qur’an for children, they can be solved by starting from narrow to broad solutions, that is, solving the obstacles that are specific to children, and then the obstacles related to the family, then the school, then society, this, and we hope that this study will be followed by other field studies of the importance of memorization The Noble Qur’an in increasing the educational achievement of children in a narrow and specific context: the family, for example. And then determine the problems related to that framework.</p> Qadria Omar Fadil Copyright (c) 2021 Tue, 30 Jun 2020 00:00:00 -0500 Moral Philosophical Thought from Greece and Islam <p style="direction: rtl;">Morality represents value and a cornerstone in the topic of values, as it occupies the supreme rank, for man is unique from others with mental contemplation, so he is able to retire his reality and start looking at it, and transcending it, in light of a higher ideal that he owes loyalty to. &nbsp;&nbsp;The aim of this study (Moral Philosophical Thought from Greece and Islam) is to consider a number of problems presented to us by the study, through which we seek to direct human behavior towards the moral act, and we draw attention to it to distinguish between the moral act from other human actions. We also highlight ethics of knowledge about whether it is acquired or innate from the point of view of Greek and Islamic philosophy. Moreover, which is more useful in organizing and correcting human behavior. What is the vision of Islam in that? And in view of the great role that it plays in evaluating human life, and because of the importance and role of ethics in the human personality because of related elements such as thought, emotion, instinct and will and its role in organizing and controlling these elements, we see it necessary to study the concept of ethics to know its implications and meanings, as well as for consideration and search for the reasons for the difference starting from the concept and motives, and knowing which one of them is more elevating the human life to make it the guide in the right path of life. To reach these goals, we need an approach that guarantees access to those results. The nature of the topic here imposes on us the adoption of two basic approaches, which are the analytical approach and the comparative approach, along with other approaches such as historical and others according to what the nature of the topic dictates to us. Then the study was concluded with a conclusion, through which we affirm that the nature of moral and mental morals is the same in its motives and goals as it seeks to consider the nature of the human person with all impartiality and respect to provide the conditions for his/her happiness, even if the approaches differ. God Almighty before the religious approach (the Holy Qur’an) is deposited in a person, In him/her the mind was deposited the container that is tight and aware of this, as we note in a large number of verses of the Holy Qur'an that address the mind. For example, do you not understand, do you not see .. and my success is only in God, the Mighty and the Wise.</p> Mousa Alsanousi Almahdi Abdarrazzaq Copyright (c) 2021 Tue, 30 Jun 2020 00:00:00 -0500 Al-Kharoubi's Efforts in Interpretation <p>This study aims at shedding light on the efforts of Imam Muhammad bin Ali Al-Kharoubi, one of the leading figures in Libya in the field of interpretation. It also focuses on his concern for the interpretation of the Noble Qur’an by his contemporaries, the impact of the methods of previous interpretations on his own interpretation and his approach which linked Sharia and Truth through his descriptive and analytical methods. One of the most important results of this study is that Imam al-Kharoubi was born in 890 AH/1485 CE in Libya, but not as it was stated in some sources that he was born in Sfax. He grew up in a righteous family, in the lap of Sufism, in the hands of his parents and his mentor Ahmad Zarrouk. He was considered as one of the Maliki scholars, the top advocates of Maliki school of thought in the Arab Maghreb. In his interpretation, he combined the outward and the inward sciences to unite the Sharia with the truth. Besides his interpretation, he had many publications such as Riyadh Alazhar and Kanz Alasrar including Explanation of Mankind in the Faults of the Soul, Unambiguous Manners and Secrets of.</p> Abdullah Amhimmid Ali Juma Copyright (c) 2021 Tue, 30 Jun 2020 00:00:00 -0500 Research Title: The Analysis of Discourse at (Ibn Qutaybah), tawil mukhtalif alhadith as a Model <p>The study aims to show some ways of analyzing the discourse among some Arab scholars in the third century AH, which is Ibn Qutaiba, through his interpretation in the field of prophetic hadith, in which he used a linguistic approach to reach the meaning that he sees combining hadiths that may appear contradictory in Apparent, or inconsistent, according to the terminology of modern studies, to remove this confusion or contradiction between them, in his book Interpretation of the Various Hadiths, and the faces of the interpretation of the prophetic hadith that Ibn Qutaiba was followed, and the procedural methods that contributed to the production of his speech, in the aforementioned book, were based on The looks given in idle studies Arabism in the Islamic era, and to the support of modern linguistic theories in support of many of the foundations of the analysis of texts endorsed by Arab linguists in their curricula.</p> Adele Mohammed Yousef Ennajem & Fatima Hassan Haji Khamis Copyright (c) 2021 Tue, 30 Jun 2020 00:00:00 -0500 ADABIN QAURA: Tsokaci A Kan Wasu Waqoqin Baka Na Hausa A Qasar Libiya <p>Wannan takarda mai taken, “Hjirar Adabi: Tsakaci a kan Wasu Waqoqin Baka na Hausa a Qasar Libiya,” wani yunquri ne na fito da yadda adabin wata al’umma yake yin hijira daga wata&nbsp; qasa zuwa wata. A cikin takardar, an yi tsokaci a kan yadda maza da matasan wata al’ummar Hausawa da ke qasar Libiya suke rera waqoqin Hausa, waxanda kuma suke bayyana irin halayen rayuwarsu. An yi amfani da ra’in bincike na Nazarin Qwaqqwafi wanda aka xora shi a kan waqoqin don a yi tsokaci kuma a fito da irin saqonnin da waqoqin suke xauke da su, ta hanyar yin fashin baqin wasu muhimman kalmomin da ke cikinsu. An lura da yawancin waqoqin suna da sigar na baka na&nbsp; yara masu amshin “iyee rayee diidee,” waxanda ‘yan mata ko samari ke rerawa a wasan dandali ko lokacin bukukuwansu. Haka kuma, ana amfani da kayan kixa ne da amshinsu ta fuskoki guda biyu. Akwai waxansu da ake rerawa da jagora da ‘yan amshi. Akwai kuma waxansu da ake rerawa tare, gaba xaya.</p> Kassim Mahanuod Bilal Copyright (c) 2021 Tue, 30 Jun 2020 00:00:00 -0500 Cultural Understanding and Language Translation <p>Language, being an exclusively human feature, is principally dynamic; it involves a diversity of changes and adjustments in its course of existence. It is also considered as a factor that links distinct cultures and a way of expressing thoughts and feelings; accordingly, translation is one of the principal, ultimate and appropriate ways in transferring culture. Translation, including the transposition of thoughts expressed in one language by a specific social community into the adequate expression of another social community. As cultures are increasingly brought into greater contact with one another, multicultural concessions and considerations are taken to an increasing degree and as a result, the process of cultural translation takes place. As a result, our broad discussion topic in language is not the relationship between translation and culture since there is an close relationship between translation and culture. What interests us in the present paper is not accomplishing only a particular defined ideal equivalence relation between translation and culture, but, among other things, how do some precise changes influence us when we are trying to comprehend a text before finally translating it? We are not just dealing with words in a written form in a specific period of time, situation and place; most significantly it is the "cultural" aspect of the source text that we must take into account. The process of transfer across cultures, should; consequently, communicate the aspect with regard to the target culture to ensure consistency in the eyes of the target reader.</p> Mohammed Aboubaker Abdulgader , Abdurahman Ahmed Hamza Copyright (c) 2021 Tue, 30 Jun 2020 00:00:00 -0500 The role of intertextuality in producing meaning according to Ibn Al-Roumi (Text Dialogue) <p>Studying the issue of intertextuality in Ibn al-Rumi's poetry, and tracing its parts and sources that mean the existence of a trace of previous texts are attempts to find out the parts, sources, and mechanisms on which the principle of intertextuality is based. This is what this study deals with. It is by focusing on one of the mechanisms of intertextuality. It can be defined as a dialogue and how it operates as a law imposing its authority On the texts of Ibn Rumi. The poet, that is the writer, loads his language with the weight of feelings, emotions, and metaphors, which are generated from the womb of the poetic moment, without any restrictions or controls. This does not mean that it originates from a vacuum, but rather as a result of being affected by the gathering of manuscripts surrounding the present text, to produce an innovative new text as a result. Here, the dialogue law is realized, to be an external dialogue with manuscripts surrounding the present text, or to be a self-dialogue with the texts of the poet himself through his return to his previous texts. Thus, he follows, in both dialogues (external and subjective), the path of opposition or analogy. According to his creative capabilities in dealing with the components of language, and the areas of contextual expression, it provides for the form of a complex sentence, And according to the artistic image that covers that expression in an artistic dress.</p> Marwa Masoud Abdu Allah Masoud & Saleh Abdulslam Alboghdadi Copyright (c) 2021 Tue, 30 Jun 2020 00:00:00 -0500