American Journal of Sociological Research

American Journal of Sociological Research is a peer-reviewed journal which gets an international referee board, mainly embodied from each individually expert professional on the social research fields. The journal contributes to all of the social sciences. It welcomes articles on all aspects of developments that contribute to the improvement of social science knowledge.

Nashaat Hussein

Editorial Board Member of American Journal of Sociological Research

Assistant Professor, Misr International University, Egypt

Research Areas

Sociology of Childhood-Childhood Studies-Criminology and Deviance


PhDChildhood Studies-Ain Shams University-Cairo Egypt
M.A.Sociology/ Anthropology-the American University in Cairo


2005-presentAssistant Professor-Mass Communication & Alsun Dept. Misr International University

Publications: Conferences/Workshops/Symposiums/Journals/Books

[1]  Hussein, N. (2012) Al-Mabrouk in Rural Egypt: A Socially Constructed Identity, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, Vol. 32, issue (5). (Under Publication)
[2]  Hussein, N. (2011) Preadolescents' Construction of the Environment and Pollution in Egypt: Assessment through Drawings. Proceedings of the 21st International Conference titled 'Environmental Protection is a Must'. Alexandria: International Scientists Association, May 14-16, 2011.
[3]  Hussein, N. (2011) Street Soccer in Greater Cairo: Game Structure and Social Functions, Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth, Vol. 4, No. 2, 311-328.
[4]  Hussein, N. (2010) Raves and Ecstasy Use in Egypt: A Subcultural Paradigm, African Journal of Drug and Alcohol Studies, Vol. 9, No. 2, 103-112.
[5]  Hussein, N. (2010) Ethno-conservation among Bedouins of Sinai: Tribal Mechanisms and Customary Laws, Egyptian Journal of Environmental Change, Vol. 2, No. 1, 44-51.
[6]  Hussein, N. (2009) Environmental protection among the Bedouins of Sinai. Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium and Field Workshop titled 'Adaptation with Coasts and Arid Lands'. Siwa: Egyptian Geographic Society.
[7]  Hussein, N. (2009) Environmental Affordances and their Impact on Children's Play. Proceedings of the 19th International Conference titled 'Environmental Protection is a Must'. Alexandria, pp. 105-113.
[8]  United Nations Office on Drugs Crime. (2007) "Handbook of basic principles and promising practices on Alternatives to Imprisonment". UN Documents, UNODC Vienna, 2007. (Handbook Reviewer) Available at:
[9]  United Nations Office on Drugs & Crime, Arab Council for Childhood and Development, Mentor Foundation. (2007) "Training Manual for Media Practitioners on Issues of Street Children, Substance Abuse, and HIV/AIDS Prevention". UN Documents, UNODC Cairo, 2007. (Co-author Contributor)
[10]  Hussein, N. (2006) Education for Sustainable Development: Towards an Effective Strategic Orientation. Proceedings of the 6th Arab Conference on 'Systematic Approaches to Teaching and Learning: Towards Sustainable Development.' Center for the Development of Teaching Sciences-Ain Shams University.
[11]  Hussein, N., Hegazy, F.; and Shakaal, N. (2006) Street Children and Substance Abuse, Perspectives: Children & Drugs, No. 1, 14.
[12]  Hussein, N. (2005) Street children in Egypt: Group Dynamics and Sub-cultural Constituents, Cairo Papers in Social Science, Vol. 26, No. 2.
[13]  Hussein, N. (2004) The Phenomenon of Street Children in Academic Dissertations: An Analytic Review, Childhood & Development Quarterly, Vol. 4, no. 15, pp 95-106. (In Arabic)
[14]  Hussein, N. et al. (2004) Guiding Principles towards a Better Life for Street Children. Cairo: Caritas Publisher. (In Arabic)
[15]  Hussein, N. (2003) Ethics of Studying Street Children and Youth. A Scientific Workshop titled 'Research on Refugees in Urban Settings: Methods and Ethics, Program of Forced Migration & Refugee Studies'. Cairo: The American University in Cairo.