Journal La Sociale http://www.newinera.com/index.php/JournalLaSociale <p>International <strong>Journal La </strong><strong>Sociale</strong> ISSN 2721-0847 (online) and ISSN 2721-0960 (Print) Includes all the areas of research activities in all fields of Social Sciences such as Humanities, Law, Anthropology, History, Administration, Geography, Archeology, Communication, Criminology, Education, Government, policies, Linguistics, International Relations, Political Science, Geography, History, Law, Peace Studies, Psychology, Health, Economy, Trade, Arts, History, Literature, Religion, Marriage, Family Life, Philosophy, Sociology, Public Administration, Demography, Library Science, Journalism, Environmental Studies, Development Studies, International Relation Studies, Information Science, Media Studies, Market Research, Languages, Geospatial Information Science, Visual Arts, Drawing, Painting, Multicultural, Gender, Minority Studies, Women studies, Social Work, and Social Welfare.</p> Borong Newinera Publisher en-US Journal La Sociale 2721-0960 Connecting University Students, Faculty and Administrators through an Online SMS Service http://www.newinera.com/index.php/JournalLaSociale/article/view/448 <p><em>King Saud University (KSU) created an online Short Message Service (SMS) called “Tawasul”, developed in house, to connect administrators, faculty, and students. The KSU rector, deans, department heads and program coordinators send group season’s greetings and notifications to the mobile phones of faculty members, staff, and students. Instructors can send course notifications to their students regarding exams and other issues. There are currently 380 SMS groups for department staff, T.A.’s, workshop participants, course enrollees and others. Students and faculty surveyed indicated that the KSU online SMS Service is easy to use. It is faster and more efficient than paper memos and e-mails, especially in emergency situations. It helps conserve paper. Students and faculty can be reached anytime, anywhere and 7 days a week. Unused SMS in the user’s account can be added to his/her balance. SMSs are archived. Those interested to join a group can send a message to the group’s mobile number. Students’ mobile phone numbers are entered manually once and saved as a group. However, some faculty indicated that the allocated 200 free SMSs per month are not enough when class enrollees are more than 50. They also indicated that it is not possible to send a reply, a comment, or a query to the sender of the SMS. Sometimes the service cannot be used when it is under maintenance or when there is a technical problem. It is time-consuming to enter students’ mobile phone numbers manually particularly in large classes. Further results and recommendations are given.</em></p> Reima Al-Jarf Copyright (c) 2021 Journal La Sociale http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ 2021-09-29 2021-09-29 2 4 1 8 10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v2i4.448 Youth Responsibility in Making the World Liveable: A Theological Perspective http://www.newinera.com/index.php/JournalLaSociale/article/view/435 <p>The task of making the world a more liveable place is the responsibility of all in the society. The young people have the special role in this responsibility because they are the future of every society and constitute its most vibrant workforce. This essay reflects from a theological perspective on this special responsibility of the youth in the contemporary society. It examines the immense potentials of being young and explains how the young people can use these potentials to bring about positive change in the society</p> Luke Emehiele Ijezie Copyright (c) 2021 Journal La Sociale http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ 2021-09-29 2021-09-29 2 4 9 15 10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v2i4.435