A subgroup H is said to be s-permutable in a group G, if HP = PH holds for every Sylow subgroup P of G. If there exists a subgroup B of G such that HB = G and H permutes with every Sylow subgroup of B, then H is said to be SS-quasinormal in G. In this paper, we say that H is a weakly SS-quasinormal subgroup of G, if there is a normal subgroup T of G such… (More)