Profile of Dr. M. Rezaul Islam

Profile of Dr. M. Rezaul Islam

Dr. M. Rezaul Islam
Professor
Institute of Social Welfare and Research
Institutes
Email: rezaul.iswr@du.ac.bd
Phone: 880-2-9661900/8493
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Short Biography:

M Rezaul Islam (PhD) is a Professor in Social Work at the Institute of Social Welfare & Research, University of Dhaka, and International Academic Adviser at the Department of Social Administration & Justice, University of Malaya. He worked as Visiting Professor at the University of Malaya, Malaysia from 2012 to 2016. His research focuses on social research methodology, climate vulnerability, community well-being, poverty, social inequality and social justice. He has delivered public and research talks to 36 universities in Asia and South Asia including Australia, United Kingdom, Brazil and Chile . He published 100 journal articles, 60 articles are from Web of Science and Scopus cited high index journals. He is currently Member of International Advisory Board of the Community Development Journal (Oxford University Press) and editorial Board Member of three journals i.e. Asian Social Work and Policy Review (Wiley), Local Development & Society (Taylor & Francis) and International Community Well-being (Springer).

Degree Name Group/Major Subject Board/Institute Country Passing Year
Ph.D. Social Work University of Nottingham United Kingdom 2009
Masters Social Work University of Nottingham United Kingdom 2005
Masters Social Welfare University of Dhaka Bangladesh 1991
Bachelor Social Welfare University of Dhaka Bangladesh 1990
Award Type Award Title Year Country Description
International Overseas PhD Award 2005 United Kingdom Tuition fees
National UGS scholarship 1993 Bangladesh Faculty First
International Web of Science Highest ISI publications
Research Interest
Subject Description
Community Development. Social Research. Poverty and Human Rights. Climate Change and Piasters. International Migration My broader research interest focuses on poverty and social inequality, climate change and disasters, human rights and international migration.
Project/Research Supervision
Level of Study Title Supervisor Co-Supervisor(s) Name of Student(s) Area of Research Current Completion
Ph.D. Community empowerment initiative of Faith-based NGOs: A case study of Bangladesh Dr M. Rezaul Islam Dr. Haris Abd Wahab Shofiqur Rahman Chowdhury

Community Development

2020
Ph.D. Economic and social well-being of the Bangladeshi migrant workers in Malaysia Dr M. Rezaul Islam Dr. Thirunaukarasu Subramaniam Mohsin Reza

International Labour Migration

2020
Ph.D. The Prevalence of Smartphone Usage and Addiction and Its impacts on Social Capital among the University Students of Bangladesh Dr M. Rezaul Islam Dr. Hamedi M. Adnan Ashek Mahmud

Media Studies

2020
Ph.D. Local level participation in the recovery planning for the climate change and disaster affected people in Bangladesh Dr M. Rezaul Islam Dr. Haris Abd Wahab Md Emadul Islam

Community Development

2020
Ph.D. Land rights among indigenous people: A study on Garo community in Bangladesh Dr M. Rezaul Islam Dr. Rami Bulan Munira Zahan Sumi

Land rights

Current Year
Ph.D. Usage of social capital among the migrant workers in Malaysia Dr M. Rezaul Islam Dr. Rosila Bee Binti Mohd Hussain Bushra Zaman

Social Capital and International Migration

Current Year
Ph.D. Community based interventions for the acid victims in Bangladesh Dr M. Rezaul Islam Siti Hazar Abu Bakar Ah Tahmina Islam

Community development

Current Year
Ph.D. Negotiating Gender Norms and Relationship at Workplace: A Study of Female Garment Workers in Bangladesh Dr M. Rezaul Islam Dr. Shanti A/P Thambiah Shamoli Shil

Gender Studies

Current Year
Ph.D. Trend of Tidal Inundation in Bangladesh: Livelihood Impacts and Coping Strategies Dr M. Rezaul Islam Dr. Firuza Begham Binti Mustafa Taj Sultana

Climate change and disasters

Current Year
Project/Research Work
Subject Project Name Source of Fund From Date To Date Collaboration
Climate Change and Disasters Environment and Disaster Management Education in Secondary School Curriculum’ funded by Ministry of Education, Peoples’ Republic of Bangladesh Ministry of Education 01-09-2018 31-07-2019
Climate Change and Disasters Poverty and inequality in Bangladesh: Regional disparity in terms of income, land ownership, education and social opportunities in particular reference to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Ministry of Education 01-07-2017
Globalization Revisiting development in developing countries: Comparative study between Southeast Asia and Latin America, Sub-programme 3. Impacts of globalization on local identity: Comparative study between Southeast Asia and Latin America University of Malaya 01-06-2015 31-07-2016
Social Work Policy and social assessment for disabled community in a multi-culture society – Malaysia. Sub-Program 2: Rights and Advocacy University of Malaya 01-05-2013 31-07-2015
Corruption Initiatives to alleviate corruption in government, business, and civil society in Bangladesh USAID 01-09-2012 31-10-2012
Invited Talk
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No invited talk is found
SL Collaboration & Membership Name Type Membership Year Membership Expire Year
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Title Organization Location From Date To Date Description
International Academic Adviser University of Malaya Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 03-12-2016 Currently Working Teaching, research and publications
Visiting Professor University of Malaya Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 03-12-2012 02-06-2016 Teaching, research and publications
Professor University of Dhaka Dhaka, Bangladesh 01-12-2012 Currently Working Teaching, research and publications
Associate Professor University of Dhaka Dhaka, Bangladesh 17-05-2007 02-12-2016 Teaching, research and publications
Assistant Professor University of Dhaka Dhaka, Bangladesh 13-04-2001 16-06-2007 Teaching, research and publications
Lecturer University of Dhaka Dhaka, Bangladesh 08-04-1997 12-04-2001 Teaching, research and publications
Book
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M Rezaul Islam, Niaz Ahmed Khan, Siti Hajar Abu Bakar Ah, Haris Abd Wahab and Mashitah Hamidi Field Guide for Research in Community Settings: Tools, Methods, Challenges and Strategies. Cheltenham and Camberley, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021 .
2
Kazi Abusaleh, M Rezaul Islam and Md Nurul Islam Globalization and change of urban culture in Dhaka City. London: Taylor & Francis, Routledge, 2021 .
3
Rajendra Baikady, J. Gal, S, M. Sajid, J. Przeperski, Varosh Nadsean, M. Rezaul Islam and G. Jianguo The Palgrave Handbook of Global Social Problems. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021 .
4
Rajendra Baikady, Varosh Nadesan, J. Przeperski, M Rezaul Islam, S. M. Sajid and G. Jianguo The Palgrave Handbook of Global Social Change. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021 .
5
S. M. Sajid, Rakendra Baikady, M Rezaul Islam and J. Przeperski Oxford Handbook of the Power, Politics and Social Work. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021 .
6
M Rezaul Islam, Phillips Rhonda and Patsy Kraeger Social (In)Equality, Community Well-being and Quality of Life. Cheltenham and Camberley, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021 .
7
M Rezaul Islam, Santosh Kumar Behera and Lamhot Naibaho Handbook of Research on Asian Perspectives of the Educational Impact of COVID-19. Pennsylvania, USA: IGI Global, 2021 .
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M. Rezaul Islam, Niaz Ahmed Khan and Rajendra Baikady Principles of Social Research Methodology. Singapore: Springer, 2021 .
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M Rezaul Islam Social Research Methodology and New Techniques in Analysis, Interpretation and Writing. USA: IGI Global, 2019 .
10
M. Rezaul Islam and Cathleen Jo Faruque Qualitative research: Tools and techniques. USA: Farwood Publisher, 2016 .
11
M. Rezaul Islam NGOs, Social Capital and Community Empowerment in Bangladesh. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016 .
Book Section
1
Tahmina Islam, M. Rezaul Islam and Siti Hajar Abu Bakar Ah "Data collection on acid attack survivor women: a PhD researcher’s experience from Bangladesh." Field Guide for Research in Community Settings. M. Rezaul Islam, Niaz Ahmed Khan, Siti Hajar Binti Abu Bakar Ah, Haris Bin Abd Wahab & Mashitah Hamidi Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2021 211-220 .
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Bushra Zaman, M Rezaul Islam and Rosila Bee Mohd Hussain "Fieldwork experience: challenges and managing risks as a female researcher." Hardback Field Guide for Research in Community Settings. M. Rezaul Islam, Niaz Ahmed Khan, Siti Hajar Binti Abu Bakar Ah, Haris Bin Abd Wahab & Mashitah Hamidi Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2021 201-210 .
3
Munira Jahan Sumi, M. Rezaul Islam and Ramy Bulan "Data collection from the Santal community: a journey towards an unknown world in ascertaining the nexus between reality and dream." Field Guide for Research in Community Settings. M. Rezaul Islam, Niaz Ahmed Khan, Siti Hajar Binti Abu Bakar Ah, Haris Bin Abd Wahab & Mashitah Hamidi Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2021 178-183 .
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Taj Sultana, Firuza Begham Binti Mustafa, Jillian Ooi Lean Sim and M Rezaul Islam "Research with coastal people in Bangladesh: challenges and way forward." Field Guide for Research in Community Settings. M. Rezaul Islam, Niaz Ahmed Khan, Siti Hajar Binti Abu Bakar Ah, Haris Bin Abd Wahab & Mashitah Hamidi Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2021 167-177 .
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Shofiqur Rahman Chowdhury, M. Rezaul Islam and Haris Abd Wahab "Gaining access to research participants for data collection in doctoral studies: evidence from a rural area of Bangladesh." Field Guide for Research in Community Settings. M. Rezaul Islam, Niaz Ahmed Khan, Siti Hajar Binti Abu Bakar Ah, Haris Bin Abd Wahab & Mashitah Hamidi Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2021 85-100 .
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Ashek Mahmud, M. Rezaul Islam and Hamedi M. Adnan "Data collection on ‘smartphone addiction and social capital effects’ among the university students of Bangladesh: challenges and strategies for the way out." Field Guide for Research in Community Settings. M. Rezaul Islam, Niaz Ahmed Khan, Siti Hajar Binti Abu Bakar Ah, Haris Bin Abd Wahab & Mashitah Hamidi Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2021 110-122 .
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M Rezaul Islam, Niaz Ahmed Khan, Siti Hajar Abu Bakar Ah, Haris Abd Wahab and Mashitah Hamidi "Introduction to the Field guide for research in community settings: tools, methods, challenges and strategies." Field Guide for Research in Community Settings. M. Rezaul Islam, Niaz Ahmed Khan, Siti Hajar Binti Abu Bakar Ah, Haris Bin Abd Wahab & Mashitah Hamidi Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2021 1-10 .
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M Rezaul Islam "Drivers of vulnerability and its socio-economic consequences: An example of river erosion affected people in Bangladesh." Vulnerability and resilience in the global south: Human adaptations for sustainable futures.. G. M. Monirul Alam, Michael O. Erdiaw-Kwasie, Gustavo J Nagy, and Walter Leal Filho Netherlands: Springer, 2021 .
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M. Rezaul Islam "Community resilience initiatives among the river erosion affected people in Bangladesh." Climate Change, Disaster and Adaptations-Contextualizing Human Responses to Ecological Change. A R. Sidddiqui & Avijit Sahay Switzerland: Springer, 2021 .
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M. Rezaul Islam, Niaz Ahmed Khan, Adi Fahrudin, Md. Rabiul Islam and A. K. M. Monirul Islam "Poverty and Social Inequality: Bangladesh Experience." Building Sustainable Communities Civil Society Response in South Asia. Md. Nurul MomenRajendra BaikadyCheng Sheng LiM. Basavaraj Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020 425-451 .
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M Rezaul Islam "Alternative care of children in Bangladesh: Challenges and Interventions." The Palgrave Handbook of Global Social Work Education. Sajid, S.M., Baikady, R., Sheng Li, C., Sakaguchi, H. Singapore: Palgrave Macmilan, 2020 1001-1019 .
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M. Rezaul Islam "Methods and framework of participatory action research for community development in Bangladesh." Research Handbook on Community Development. R. Phillips, E. Revan & P. Kraeger (Eds.). London: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020 224-243 .
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M Rezaul Islam "Indigenous knowledge and Globalization in Bangladesh: NGOs' Capacity for Social Capital and Community Development." Social Research Methodology and New Techniques in Analysis, Interpretation, and Writing. M Rezaul Islam USA: IGI Global, 2019 49-74 .
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M. Rezaul Islam "Designing PhD research proposal in qualitative research." Social Research Methodology and New Techniques in Analysis. M. Rezaul Islam USA: IGI Global, 2019 23-35 .
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M. Rezaul Islam, Haris Abd. Wahab, C. F. Burmester and Shofiqur Rahman Chowdhury "Cultural Globalization: A critical analysis of Identity Crises in the developing economies." Globalization and Development: Economic and Socio-Cultural Perspectives from Emerging Markets. Nezameddin Faghih Switzerland: Springer, 2019 369-385 .
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M. Rezaul Islam "Child abuse among the child domestic workers in Bangladesh." Global Ideologies Surrounding Children's Rights and Social Justice. Icarbord Tshabangu United Kingdom: IGI Global, 2017 1-21 .
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M. Rezaul Islam "How to write a paper for a scientific Journal?." Qualitative research: Tools and techniques. M. Rezaul Islam & Cathleen Jo Faruque USA: Farwood Publisher, 2016 .
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M. Rezaul Islam and Cathleen Faruque "Features of qualitative research." Qualitative research: Tools and techniques. M. Rezaul Islam & Cathleen Faruque USA: Farwood Publisher, 2016 .
Journal Article
1
M Rezaul Islam : Water, sanitation and hygiene practices among disaster-affected char land people: Bangladesh experience, Natural Hazards, (impact factor:2.427) 2021 .
2
Siti Hajar Abu Bakar Ah, M. Rezaul Islam, Sabri Sulaiman and Noralina Omar : Material Deprivation Status of Malaysian Children from Low-Income Families, Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, (impact factor:1.156) 2021 .
3
M Rezaul Islam : Environment and disaster education in Secondary School Curriculum in Bangladesh., SN Social Sciences, vol.1, no.1 pp.1-23, 2021 .
4
M. Rezaul Islam and C. F. Burmester : Impact of globalization on local traditional handicraft industry in Brazil, Journal of Globalization Studies, vol.10, no.2 2020 .
5
Ashek Mahmud and M Rezaul Islam : Social Stigma as a Barrier to Covid-19 Responses to Community Well-being in Bangladesh, International Journal of Community Well-being, 2020 .
6
Shofiqur Rahman Chowdhury, M Rezaul Islam and Haris Abd Wahab : Challenges of Faith-Based NGO Intervention in Community Development: a Case Study in Bangladesh, Global Social Welfare, vol.7, no.4 pp.301–313, 2020 .
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Ashek Mahmud, Hamedi M. Adnan and M Rezaul Islam : Smartphone Addiction and Bonding Social Capital among University Students of Youth Community in Bangladesh. Global Social Welfare, Global Social Welfare, vol.7, no.4 pp.315–326, 2020 .
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M Rezaul Islam, Niaz Ahmed Khan, Md Mohsin Reza and Munshi Mahbubur Rahman : Vulnerabilities of river erosion affected coastal community in Bangladesh: A menu of alternative livelihood options, Global Social Welfare, vol.7, no.4 pp.353 - 366, 2020 .
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M Rezaul Islam and Niaz Ahmed Khan : Editorial Introduction: Traversing the Mosaic of ‘Community, Development and Welfare’ Experiences, Global Social Welfare, vol.7, no.4 pp.297 - 299, 2020 .
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Isahaque Ali, Azlinda Azman, Zulkarnain A. Hatta, M. Rezaul Islam and A H M Belayeth Hussain : Is the Pension Scheme in Malaysia Sufficient for the Quality of Life for the Older People?, Social Work & Society, vol.18, no.2 pp.1-19, 2020 .
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Mohammad Hamiduzzaman and M. Rezaul Islam : Save life or livelihood: Responses to COVID-19 among South-Asian poor communities, Local Development & Society, 2020 .
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M. Rezaul ISLAM, Rajantheran MUNIANDY and Silllalee S. KANDASAMY : Dynamism of Culture, Poverty and Development: India and Bangladesh Experience, Revista de Cercetare si Interventie Sociala, (impact factor:1.076) vol.68, pp.145-162, 2020 .
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M. Rezaul Islam, Haris Abd Wahab and L. A. Anggun : The influence of leadership quality towards community cohesion in Iban community in Malaysia, Heliyon, (impact factor:1.650) vol.6, no.2 pp.e03370, 1-6, 2020 .
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Kazi Abusaleh and M. Rezaul Islam : Traditional practices of Panchayat system among ex-enclave dwellers in Bangladesh, GeoJournal, (impact factor:1.36) vol.84, no.3 pp.657-669, 2019 .
15
Md Mohsin Reza, Thirunaukarasu Subramaniam and M. Rezaul Islam : Economic and social well-being of Asian labour migrants: A literature review, Social Indicators Research, (impact factor:1.648) vol.141, no.3 pp.1245-1264, 2019 .
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Shofiqur Rahman Chowdhury, Haris Abd Wahab and M. Rezaul Islam : The role of faith-based NGOs in social development: Invisible empowerment., International Social Work, (impact factor:0.603) vol.62, no.3 pp.1055-1074, 2019 .
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Kwok Chin Hoe, Haris Abd WAhab and M. Rezaul Islam : Community participation for rural poverty alleviation: A case of the Iban community in Malaysia, International Social Work, (impact factor:0.603) vol.61, no.4 pp.518-536, 2018 .
18
M. Rezaul Islam : Climate change, natural disasters and socioeconomic livelihood vulnerabilities: Migration decision among the char land people in Bangladesh, Social Indicators Research, (impact factor:1.648) vol.136, no.2 pp.575-593, 2018 .
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Haris Abd Wahab, William Bunyau and M. Rezaul Islam : Microcredit for rural poverty alleviation and social wellbeing: A study in Sabah, Malaysia, Asian Social Work and Policy Review, (impact factor:0.34) vol.12, no.1 pp.4-16, 2018 .
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M. Rezaul Islam and Niaz Ahmed Khan : Threats, vulnerability, resilience, and displacement among the climate change and natural disaster-affected people in South East Asia: An overview, Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, (impact factor:0.627) vol.23, no.2 pp.297-323, 2018 .
21
M. Rezaul Islam : Non-governmental organizations and community development in Bangladesh., International Social Work, (impact factor:0.603) vol.60, no.2 pp.479-493, 2017 .
22
M. Rezaul Islam and M Shamsuddoha : Socioeconomic consequences of climate induced human displacement and migration in Bangladesh, International Sociology, (impact factor:1.169) vol.32, no.3 pp.277-298, 2017 .
23
M. Rezaul Islam : Population shifting and risks of street children in Asia: Possible social work interventions, Global Social Welfare, vol.4, no.3 pp.149–157, 2017 .
24
M. Rezaul Islam : NGO community empowerment projects in Bangladesh: How do these fit The local context, Local Economy, (impact factor:0.46) vol.32, no.7 pp.763-777, 2017 .
25
M. Rezaul Islam and Mehedi Hasan : Climate induced human displacement: a case study of Cyclone Aila in the southwest coastal region of Bangladesh, Natural Hazards, (impact factor:2.319) vol.81, no.2 pp.1051-1071, 2016 .
26
M. Rezaul Islam and Stefan Cojocaru : Migrant domestic workers in Asia: Transnational variations and policy concerns, International Migration, International Migration, (impact factor:1.04) vol.54, no.1 pp.48-63, 2016 .
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Siti Hajar Abu Bakar Ah, Haris Abd Wahab and M. Rezaul Islam : Parental attachment for at risk children’s antisocial behaviour: a case of Malaysia, Child Care in Practice, (impact factor:0.27) vol.22, no.2 pp.148-165, 2016 .
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Normah Awag Noh, Haris Abd Wahab, Siti Hajar Abu Bakar Ah and M. Rezaul Islam : Public health services for foreign workers in Malaysia, Social Work in Public Health, (impact factor:0.604) vol.31, no.5 pp.419-430, 2016 .
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M. Rezaul Islam : Hunger reduction in China: an analysis of contextual factors, Asian Social Work and Policy Review, (impact factor:0.34) vol.10, no.3 pp.295-310, 2016 .
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M Rezaul Islam and Ndungi wa Mungai : Forced evictions in Bangladesh: a human rights issue, International Social Work, (impact factor:0.603) vol.59, no.4 pp.494-507, 2016 .
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M. Rezaul Islam and Stephen Cojocaru : Advocacy for empowerment: a case of the learning disabled people in Malaysia., Revista de Cercetare si Interventie Sociala, (impact factor:1.076,) vol.50, pp.38-52, 2015 .
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Stefan Cojocaru, M. Rezaul Islam and Daniel Timofte : The effects of parent migration on the children left at home. The use of ad-hoc research for raising moral panic in Romania and the Republic of Moldova., Anthropologist, vol.22, no.2 pp.568-575, 2015 .
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Pathmanathan R. Nalasami, Siti Hajar Abu Bakar, Jal Zabdi Yusoff, Haris Abd Wahab, Noralina Omar and M. Rezaul Islam : Implementation of child rights in children’s homes in Malaysia, Asian Social Work and Policy Review, (impact factor:0.34) vol.9, no.3 pp.232-244, 2015 .
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M. Rezaul Islam : NGOs’ social capital development practice for social welfare in Bangladesh, Global Social Welfare, vol.2, no.4 pp.167-176, 2015 .
35
Shankor Paul and M. Rezaul Islam : Ultra-poor char people's rights to development and accessibility to public services: A case of Bangladesh, Habitat International, (impact factor:3.846) vol.48, pp.113-121, 2015 .
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M. Rezaul Islam, Bhabatash Nath, Stefan Cojocaru and Md. Rabiul Islam : Child rights practice among the indigenous communities in Bangladesh, Asian Social Work and Policy Review, (impact factor:0.34) vol.9, no.3 pp.195-209, 2015 .
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M. Rezaul Islam, Siti Hajar Abu Bakar, Haris Abd Wahab and Sabri Sulaiman : Commune and procedural level challenges and limitations in conducting social research in Malaysia: A case of disabled people, Revista de Cercetare si Interventie Sociala, (impact factor:1.076) vol.46, pp.255-272, 2014 .
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M. Rezaul Islam and Delwar Hossain : Island char resources mobilization (ICRM): Changes of livelihoods of vulnerable people in Bangladesh, Social Indicators Research, (impact factor:1.648) vol.117, no.3 pp.1033-1054, 2014 .
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Nur Saadah M. A., Siti Hajar Abu Bakar and M. Rezaul islam : Coping strategies among mothers of chronically ill children: A case study in Malaysia, Journal of Social Service Research, (impact factor:0.510) vol.40, no.2 pp.160-177, 2014 .
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M. Rezaul islam : NGOs’ role for social capital and community empowerment in community development: Experience from Bangladesh, Asian Social Work and Policy Review, (impact factor:0.34) vol.8, no.3 pp.261-274, 2014 .
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M. Rezaul Islam : Improving development ownership among the vulnerable people: Challenges of NGOs’ community empowerment projects in Bangladesh, Asian Social Work and Policy Review, (impact factor:0.34) vol.8, no.3 pp.193-209, 2014 .
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M. Rezaul Islam and Siti Hajar Abu Bakar : Methodological challenges on community safe motherhood: A case study on community level health monitoring and advocacy programme in Bangladesh., Revista de Cercetare si Interventie Sociala, (impact factor:1.076) vol.42, pp.101-119, 2013 .
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M. Rezaul Islam, Siti Hajar Abu Bakar and Haris Abd Wahab : Local knowledge in the lips of globalization: Uncertainties of community participation in NGO activities, Revista de Cercetare si Interventie Sociala, (impact factor:1.076) vol.43, pp.7-23, 2013 .
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M. Rezaul Islam and W J Morgan : Non-governmental organizations in Bangladesh: Their contribution to social capital development and community empowerment, Community Development Journal, (impact factor:0.725) vol.47, no.3 pp.369-385, 2012 .
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M. Rezaul Islam and W J Morgan : Agents of community empowerment? The possibilities and limitations of non-governmental organizations in Bangladesh, Journal of Community Positive Practices, vol.12, no.4 pp.703-725, 2012 .
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M. Rezaul Islam and Denis Banda : Cross cultural social research with indigenous knowledge: Some dilemmas and lessons., Journal of Social Research and Policy, (impact factor:0.11) vol.2, no.1 pp.67-82, 2011 .
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M. Rezaul Islam : Transnational agrarian movements confronting globalization, Journal of Rural Studies, (impact factor:3.301) vol.26, no.1 pp.83, 2010 .
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M Rezaul Islam and Ahmadullah Mia : The role of education for rural population transformation in Bangladesh, International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning, vol.8, no.1 pp.1-21, 2007 .
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M. Rezaul Islam, Ahmadullah Mia and Nihar Ranjan Sorcar : Income generation perspective in non-formal education NGO initiatives in Bangladesh, Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development, (impact factor:0.28) vol.15, no.1 pp.17-29, 2005 .