SCIREA Journal of Sociology (ISSN: 2994-9343)

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Volume 8, Issue 2, April 2024

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Shohreh Haji Mola Hosein
Abstract: The first collection of prose poem, “The Song of Leaves”, breaks the borders of reality and fantasy to demonstrate inseparable relationships of humans and the other species in the planet of the earth. Utilizing literary tropes, collection narrates stories of species, human emotions, needs, and awareness evolved in close con
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Mohsen Zahabi
Abstract: This study aims to examine the influence of martial arts on performing arts in Iran. The impact of various performing arts and martial arts on each other has been the subject of study by several researchers. Despite Iran being an ancient and vast country with a variety of cultures, religions, and ethnicities, there has yet
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Dai Jingting
Abstract: With the rapid economic development of modern society and the continuous improvement of the social security system, the blind people's purchasing power and awareness of life With the increasing pursuit of quality of life, products for the blind with superior product performance, functional diversity, and high technological
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POGOSYAN Gevork Aramovich, OSADCHAYA Galina Ivanovna
Abstract: The current state of the Armenian Diaspora in Russia testifies to the presence in it of some divergent tendencies: on the one hand, this is the historically inherent desire of the Armenian Diaspora to thoroughly integrate into the social and economic life of Russia; and on the other hand, this is a certain orientations for
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Volume 8, Issue 1, February 2024

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Wagner Pires da Silva
Abstract: Created in 2013, the Federal University of Cariri - UFCA, has sought to implement actions that allow the fulfillment of its mission with the community in which it operates. In line with its Strategic Planning, the Dean of Graduation has sought to use in its activities a model that can make Cariri from Ceará more efficient.
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Habibat Oladosu-Uthman
Abstract: Despite the fact that Nigeria is a plural state with multi-ethnic and multi-religious entities by diverse cultures and languages, it is worrisome to witness incidences of side-lining and denial of human rights to some segments of the society. In other words, human right issues are treated with levity within the Nigerian soc
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Volume 7, Issue 6, December 2023

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Kieran Edmond James
Abstract: The subject of this article is the role of alcohol in elite amateur soccer in the Fiji Islands covering the period 1975-2015. Based on interviews with six ex-Premier League players from the 1980s, and participant-observation as a friend and confidante of one ex-star (Henry Dyer), we conclude that alcohol was used as a comfo
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Shohreh Haji Mola Hosein
Abstract: This article explores Gabriel Garcia Marquez’ ‘The very old Man with Enormous Wings’ through the interdisciplinary perspectives of postmodernism and social political ecology and shows how the author undermines grand narratives praising dictated rules. The article underlines the author’s rejection of predestined ideologies t
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LI Zhenzhe, Fan Meiqing, Han Huibin, Zhang Yuan, Zhang Jiyuan
Abstract: In the practical work of identifying the authenticity of document seals and seals, various types of highly imitated seal seals have emerged in recent years, which have the characteristics of multiple imitation methods, low cost, and high difficulty in identification. This poses a huge challenge to the authenticity identific
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Anders Gustavsson
Abstract: As a senior scientist I have had many fulfilled research years during the time 2011-2023. In this paper I want to highlight the way I was able to turn a problematically perceived situation, after being a retired scientist, by finding a new way of doing research that is still ongoing today. I am writing about this to encoura
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AMOA Amlan Estelle Dorothée Christelle, ADON Kouadio Patrick, OKOU Kouakou Norbert
Abstract: Cet article se propose d’analyser comment le manioc participe à l’autonomisation des femmes de Bonoua. A partir d’observations et d’entretiens réalisés avec les autorités coutumières, le responsable du Secteur du Développement Rural (SDR), les pisteurs, les femmes productrices, commerçantes et transformatrices de manioc, le
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Volume 7, Issue 5, October 2023

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George S. Yacoubian
Abstract: The Artsakh War is an ethnic, religious, and territorial conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed region of Artsakh, an Armenian enclave within Azerbaijan. The modern conflict began in 1988 and escalated into a full-scale war in the early 1990s. Escalations in April 2016, and most recently in October 2020,
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Souria El Hamouti
Abstract: Pequeñas maniobras is the second novel of the Cuban writer Virgilio Piñera (1912 – 1979), which its principal topic is the passive fight against the oppression, because its protagonist, Sebastian, is conscious about the impact that the society has in his way of life, and he chooses to survive submitted to it with the purpos
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jin guo Zhang
Abstract: The mind thoughts of Wang Yangming come from long-term moral and spiritual practices. After the knowledge and action are honed, they fall on the level of conscience. In the early years, Yangming paid close attention to the mind. With the help of the concentrated observation amendments of law in Buddhism, Yangming looked at
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Igor Janev
Abstract: Within the conceptual framework of the "UN programme co-ordination" in the present article we analyzes approach to the problem of program(s) and budget co-ordination within the UN system. As a result of the study we have proposed a new model for co-ordination which has the potential of elimination of negative overlapping bu
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András Hugyik
Abstract: The aim of the article is to draw conclusions on the future course of the war and the future of NATO-Russia relations, analyzing the aims, causes, political and military lessons of the Russian-Ukrainian war that started on 24 February 2022, from a year and a half's perspective.
The Russian President has stated that th
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Wolfgang Glatzer
Abstract: Quality of life has been measured in recent times in most countries of the world. In earlier times the GDP was the professional measure to describe the economic success of a nation. This measurement of economic performance is now not accepted as a sufficient measure for wellbeing and quality of life. Meanwhile there are a
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McKenzie Fergus
Abstract: New and unforeseen socioeconomic challenges related to the COVID-19 crisis have disrupted the mentally ill population of Ghana’s livelihood support and general access to psychiatric treatments. This research looks critically at the pandemic’s impact on the mentally ill population to determine whether the crisis has changed
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EDET UKPONG-DAN
Abstract: Introduction: Tendons are highly adaptive to changes in loading forces put on them always from walking, running, jumping and in other sporting activities. There are few studies involving the Patellar tendon (35, 29), reported a studies on the Acute Transverse Strain response of the Patellar Tendon to quadriceps exer
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Volume 7, Issue 4, August 2023

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Sagarika Datta
Abstract: The concept of essence has played an important role in the history and development of philosophy; and in no branch of the discipline is its importance more manifest than in metaphysics. Its significance for metaphysics is perhaps attributable to two main sources. In the first place, the concept may be used to characterize w
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Sagarika Datta
Abstract: The simplest way to characterize essences is to say that it makes a thing what it is. An object must have something very basic, unique, and intrinsic and more fundamental by which we can identify an object as it is. We always have a tendency to hold on something stable and discarding what is accidental and unstable. That me
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Dejan Raković
Abstract: We hereby focus on the quantum-holographic bases of psychosomatics and spirituality. This is of special importance due to the widespread use of integrative medicine in developed countries – as contemporary research of psychosomatic diseases suggests necessity of holistic methods (focusing on the body's acupuncture system an
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Hossein Salimi, Ali Akbar Dareini
Abstract: Some elites within Iran’s ruling system have long supported the idea that Iran needs to acquire nuclear weapons as ultimate deterrent against security threats but the dominant view in the high echelons of power has run against it.
That prompted Iranian strategists to devise a plan that will keep Iran in compliance with
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Walter R. Schumm
Abstract: The cumulative nature of knowledge in science in general and for social science in particular depends on research being conducted with integrity, with fraudulent research being one of the most harmful of questionable research practices. It has been observed that, in some fabricated research, there has been a deficit of zer
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Shohreh Haji Mola Hosein
Abstract: Written by Carlos Fuentes, Aura is a novella presenting murky atmosphere, stunning plot, the spectral world of mind, and the theme of self-identity quest. This article shows how the novella discloses the search of self-realization in connection with memoir of a family belonging to previous generations. It underlines unconsc
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Volume 7, Issue 3, June 2023

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Fei Yang Zheng
Abstract: In order to solve the problems of lack of standardization, fuzzy semantics and sparse features in news topic texts, a feature mining of news communication topic elements based on the BERT model is proposed. In the research, multi-layer fully connected layer feature extraction is performed on the output of the news topic tex
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Kamal Hasan Mo'ed, Jamal Adawi,
Abstract: In recent decades, social movements around the world have worked to advance social and political causes, including struggles against tyranny, governmental corruption, police brutality, struggles for changing gender norms, reduce economic inequality and increase awareness of the climate crisis. Digital tools have helped youn
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Olga Mikichurova, Illia Vlialko
Abstract: The article is devoted to the study of the sources of formation of the doctrine of international circular law. Circular law is defined as a set of legal norms that define and regulate social relations in the field of a circular economy. The authors insist that circular law as a branch of international public law is now only
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Volume 7, Issue 2, April 2023

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Aleksandra Pawliszyn
Abstract: I would like to propose a new outlook on philosophical hermeneutics as an archeology of happening. Thus, the hermeneutics described here will be a method, one worked out in the framework of the phenomenological tradition. This method could be helpful for contemporary humanity in our facing the task of understanding the esse
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Shohreh Haji Mola Hosein
Abstract: Written by Nora K. Jemisin, the trilogy of The Broken Earth prefigures the theme of anthropocentric speciesism (oppressive treatment of ordinary humans to bioengineered humans and nonhumans) and almost all kinds of anthropocentric oppressions including racism, dehumanization, colonialism, slavery, ethnocentrism, classism, s
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Shrouk Mahmoud Saleh
Abstract: This article reviews the Russian acts committed in Ukraine under international criminal law, i.e., the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, which may amount to crimes against humanity. The article depends on evidence and reports submitted by international organizations, such as the United Nations (UN) and the O
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Volume 7, Issue 1, February 2023

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Badeni Badeni, Sri Saparahayuningsih, Osa Juarsa
Abstract: This study aims to describe students' perception of online-based learning with remote control software. The research method used is the descriptive method. Research instruments use questionnaires and interviews. The results of the study showed that students' perception of online-based learning with remote control software i
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Kim Chul-soo, Zhang wu
Abstract: For a long time, natural light has been accompanied by human growth and has been applied to buildings in various forms. With the development of urbanization, the development of high-rise and large-scale buildings has become an inevitable trend. The significance of biological light for "non-visual effects" is only beginning
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Shohreh Haji Mola Hosein
Abstract: Anthropocentric naturism, mingling with sexism, dualism, colonialism, and other oppressive structures, is one of the obvious themes in the multigenre trilogy of The Broken Earth, written by American author, Nora k. Jemisin. Anthropocentric naturism is the instrumentalization of the earth, natural resources, and other specie
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Victor Martinelli
Abstract: Mental health and well-being are the fundamental human rights and preconditions for achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (Dybdahl & Lien, 2017; World Health Organization, 2022). Since research shows an increasing incidence of mental health disorders among adolescents and a lack of studies related to mental health
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UKPONG-DAN EDET, DOSANI ANIS
Abstract: Introduction: Simultaneous bilateral quadriceps tendon ruptures are uncommon knee injuries, though reported to frequently occur in males over 50 years of age. Bilateral simultaneous ruptures are rarely associated with minor trauma (1), but often associated with certain predisposing factors like obesity, diffuse idiop
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Volume 6, Issue 6, December 2022

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Shahriar Khalili Mobarhan, Nahid Fakhrshafaie, Rahimeh Rouhparvar
Abstract: The present study aims to study unreliable narrators in Julian Barnes's The Sense of an Ending and Ford Madox Ford's The Good Soldier. As Barnes prompts the reader to read his novel in the light of Ford's novel, a comparison between Barnes's unreliable narrator and Ford's unreliable narrator proves inevitable. This study ex
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Shohreh Haji Mola Hosein
Abstract: Worth-reading tragedy of King Lear is one of master dramas of William Shakespeare, attracting readers and the audience for its universal and zeitgeist themes. It still suggests unexplored themes which are revealed in different periods of time. The images of carnival and grotesque have made a sublime tragedy representing int
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C. Birungi, W. Ssembajjwe, N Kiwanuka, E. Kinyanda, N. Nakasujja
Abstract: Objectives
To understand the perceptions of Risky Sexual Behavior(RSB) among individuals with Severe Mental illness(SMI) in Uganda.
Hypothesis
Participants who perceive themselves as being at a high risk for RSB have a higher perception to RSB.
Research question
What is the perce
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Joseph Daniel Markowski Ph.D.
Abstract: This article explores the ways in which Zen master Dōgen’s writings on Zen practice, in dialogue with Friedrich Nietzsche and Gary Snyder, can help assist, as Jason Wirth suggests, the cultivation of a non-anthropocentric moral imagination so as to address and mitigate environmental problems that are directly tied to anthro
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Volume 6, Issue 5, October 2022

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J. E. Onohwakpor
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to find out the ICT skill level among library professionals in Delta State University library. A structured questionnaire based on the objectives of the study was used to conduct the survey among 20 academic librarians, 16 senior librarians and 19 assistant librarians of the main campus library
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Matthew Robinson
Abstract: In this paper, the author outlines how skin color (i.e., race) has impacted justice in the US (with a special focus on the southern United States) and the Republic of South Africa. The focus of this paper is on segregation, and the author illustrates similarities and differences between the two countries in terms of how ide
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Natéwindé Sawadogo
Abstract: African medical historians have tended to focus their interest on colonial state organized medicine, at the expense of colonial private provision of medical services. This situation opens up the need for exploring the private practice as a contribution not only to shedding new light on the official account of French coloni
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Natéwindé Sawadogo
Abstract: Economic barriers remain the main challenge facing households regarding healthcare access in Burkina Faso. Universal health coverage is yet to be extended to the majority of the population, especially the most vulnerable. Furthermore, access to community based health insurance has been so far impeded by the financial challe
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Volume 6, Issue 4, August 2022

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Sawadogo/Compaoré Eveline M.F.W.
Abstract: The introduction of Bt cotton into the agricultural system in Burkina Faso has resulted in the devaluation of traditional knowledge and indigenous science, with the consequence of displacing the control of the ST-System of cotton by national actors (research, farmers, state) in favour of the interests and control of a priva
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Ana-Maria Bogdan, Suren Kulshreshtha
Abstract: Irrigation and drainage practices are necessary to produce high value horticultural crops. With an increasing population, and a decrease in water resources brought forward by climate change and competing uses from other sectors, there is a concern that water for irrigation purposes might be less readily available in the fut
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Flavio Barbiero
Abstract: No less than twelve chapters of Exodus and Numbers are dedicated to the mobile sanctuary built by the Jews on Moses’ instructions during their sojourn at the feet of Mount Horeb, making full use of their technical skills and the materials they brought from Egypt to this purpose. The biblical description is accurate and ext
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Shohreh Haji Mola Hosein
Abstract: The trilogy of The Broken Earth, written by Nora K. Jemisin, demonstrates layers of themes among which self-in-relation with the other and the earth is a considerable subject for the rescue of the real world. Relational self was first theorized by the forerunners of socio-ecological feminists such as Val Plumwood and Greta
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Volume 6, Issue 3, June 2022

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Karla Dhungana Sainju
Abstract: Bullying can cause serious short and long-term social, psychological, physiological, and educational harm hindering positive youth development. Given the detrimental impacts, a range of legislative, policy, and programmatic efforts have been enacted to deter and address the problem of youth bullying. Deterrence theory sugge
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Wan Zhongshu
Abstract: The ambiguity of Lin Yutang’s approach to women has triggered varying interpretations. His novel Moment in Peking chronologically coincided with the rise of the women’s movement in China at the turn of the twentieth century when West and East cultures clashed in China. As the nationalistic program of modernization proceeded
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Fatma zein
Abstract: The family is society's basic cell and cornerstone, its goodness mirrored by its goodness, its corruption mirrored by its corruption, its strength mirrored by its strength, and its weakness mirrored by its weakness. Every healthy civilization has a healthy family, and every ill society has a sick family.
Genetic disease
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Volume 6, Issue 2, April 2022

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Huixian Li
Abstract: Against the background of economic globalization and international trade, shipping and legal industry play an important role in China and English language world. The language barrier is no longer the insurmountable Tower of Babel, thus accurate and consistent translation of shipping legal documents helps facilitate people’s
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Sombié Issa
Abstract: Quality of care is a major concern of health policies in African countries. It has played an important role in the various reforms of the health system. This article aims to assess the quality of care in the context of the introduction of universal health insurance in the Hauts Bassins region in western Burkina Faso. It is
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Volume 6, Issue 1, February 2022

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Lilia DIMOVA, Martin DIMOV
Abstract: This study focuses on Balkans’ tolerance to ‘different others’, to people with specific sexuality and to migrants. Tolerance is defined as a value construct and multi-dimensional social phenomenon combining four interconnected components: perception, recognition, appreciation, and acceptance of diversity. Based on ESS data
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Adam Tarock
Abstract: Iran, Russia and China have formed a partnership which has served their geopolitical and economic interests very well over the years . This partnership would most probably not have been formed had it not been for the U.S. relentless hostility directed against the trio in recent decades. This article discusses and analyses b
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Riveraine S. Walters, Gerardo Azócar García, José Luis Arumí, Laura Putsche, Paul Lewin, Allyson Beall King, Javiera Aguayo Fuentealba, Jae H. Ryu
Abstract: As we explore the complexity of socionatures, we universally find that values, traditions, needs, narratives, perceptions, norms, priorities, and policies are always evolving and often in conflict. Thus, it is critical to investigate the mental models of individuals and communities in order to deepen understandings of behav
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Николай Иванович Куликов, Екатерина Сергеевна ВДОВИНА, Вера Николаевн ШУСТОВА
Abstract: Thing. Assessing the impact of income on life satisfaction, the level of happiness.Goals. Based on scientific research, analyze the impact of money on life satisfaction and identify the economic determinants of relative well-being.Methodology. The methods of the scientific and information base, the synthesis of the obtained
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Volume 5, Issue 6, December 2021

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Guo Zhijing
Abstract: Ecological wisdom is an expression in the context of the era of ecological civilization. Based on respecting the existing local ecological wisdom, the construction of ecological civilization should solve the changing needs of traditional villages' ecological, social and economic development. The grape village is a relativel
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Zaur Imrani Tahir, Shakar Mammadova Idayat, Ulker Babayeva Allahyar
Abstract: The intensive use of natural resources in modern times has led to several eco-geographical problems, the solution of which is possible through the interaction of science and technology. Because the constant growth of the population leads to an increase in socio-economic needs. At the same time, the use of nature becomes mor
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Robert C. Moore
Abstract: Currently there is lively debate going on in Germany about the Hohenzollern legacy that is focused on the topic, if Crown Prince Wilhelm, and the family in general have supported National Socialism or not. When in November 2019 the four reports regarding the Hohenzollern claims for their ‘lost’ properties in former East Ger
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Liberato De Caro, Fernando La Greca, Emilio Matricciani
Abstract: Maria Valtorta (1897−1961) was a mystical writer active in the years of World War II. Her literary work contains a detailed life of Jesus, without any explicit dates with respect to the Julian calendar. She sets Jesus’ birth (Nativity) on Kislev 25, first day of the Hebrews’ feast of Hannukah, and Jesus’ age at his death, o
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Volume 5, Issue 5, October 2021

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Arkanudin, Mashudi, E. Sutandar
Abstract: This study aims to describe the knowledge system of the Ribun Dayak tribe about their forest in West Kalimantan. The knowledge system of the Dayak Ribun community consists of knowledge of the community, knowledge of sources of livelihood, and knowledge of belief/religion. The research subjects were the Dayak Ribun tribe in
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Abdul Samat Musa
Abstract: Constitutional law (al-fiqh al-dusturi) is one of the important aspects of shariah. However, it has not been given due elaboration by Muslim jurists and modern scholars, unlike other branches of Islamic law. Its potentials have not been fully explored and developed for the practical purposes in a modern system of government
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YULIA POLIAKOVA (DEVONISSKAYA - PISTOLYAKA)
Abstract: Legal history researchers are offered the translation of the set of 10 original Old Russian texts from the s. XVIII, entitled SUPREME EDICTS OF EMPRESS EKATERINA II ON THE EXISTING CATHOLIC CHURCHES IN RUSSIA, Regulatory Acts of the Orthodox State regarding the permits granted to the Catholic Church, with comments from the
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FuLi Meng, Yu Wang
Abstract: With the increasing scarcity of potable freshwater resources around the world, the protection and utilization of water resources in the current ecological civilization society should be more scientific and accurate. It has become the focus of academic research to excavate the wisdom of water use in the daily production and
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Mario Alonso Bermúdez Restrepo
Abstract: The environmental context at the end of the Pleistocene has been the focus of anthropological research on the population movement that resulted in settlement of the American continent. We present an analysis of environmental conditions that could have affected the movement of humans and the subsequent population expansion
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Volume 5, Issue 4, August 2021

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Guillermo Diaz
Abstract: This paper describes the composition of the Guatemalan social pyramid in the 21st century, built from a class scheme elaborated based on occupational categories and a social stratification carried out according to income and education. The data were obtained from population censuses and employment and income surveys, from t
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ANDRÉ GODDU
Abstract: This essay documents the pragmatic empiricism of fifteenth-century Cracow astronomy and natural philosophy on the questions of the reality of celestial spheres and models. In this pragmatic tradition at Cracow Copernicus acquainted himself with the problems that led eventually (which is to say about fifteen years after he l
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Ylli Sula
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to analyze and bring to light the symbolism concepts and messages that the female characters of Kadare contain and convey sometimes directly and resoundingly and sometimes in a more discreet, implied, or even hidden way. Because of the censorship and pressure exerted by the communist regime guid
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Alma Mile
Abstract: Censorship is a commonly encountered phenomenon in XX century Albania. Using documents, we are going to try to prove that this phenomenon was regulated by law not only during the communist dictatorship, but also during King Zog’s reign (1928 – 1939). Laws and regulations were approved, and institutions of censorship were es
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Brunilda Prifti
Abstract: As it did with every field of life, the installation of the communist dictatorship in Albania put literature under ideological control, making the path that writers needed to follow mandatory. Whoever opposed it, paid with his/her life, or was punished politically along with his/her work, being excluded from the textbooks o
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Mateusz Żmudziński
Abstract: Some remarks on the depopulation of Dacia during the reign of Trajan and the reliability of written sources.
At the end of the fourth century C.E. Eutropius wrote that during the Dacian wars, under the reign of Trajan, Dacia had been completely depopulated. The article confronts his opinion with archaeological sources.
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Volume 5, Issue 3, June 2021

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Su Wu-xun
Abstract: Based on the author's previous papers, this paper makes a further study and interpretation of the basic economic system of socialism --Three – third shareholding system. First, it makes a new analysis of the historical function of capital and reveals the most basic social function hidden behind capital: the organizer of soc
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Su Wu-xun
Abstract: From a new angle, this paper discusses how to inherit Lenin's theory and practice of party building based on Marxism modernization, and how to build a modern Marxist party: 1, what is a Marxist political party? 2, what are the goals of Marxist political parties. 3, what are the power composition and organizational structure
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Su wuxun
Abstract: three aspects of Marxism Modernization, Sinicization of Marxism in different development phase of China social development, the task of further reform and opening up of China, the law of interaction of same kind things at different development stage
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Kaz Stuart
Abstract: This paper argues for the ‘social determinants of health’ (SDoH) discourse to be extended in three respects. Firstly, the case is made for the ‘social’ aspect of SDoH to be extended to include biological, psychosocial and social determinants, leading to a new framing of the ‘biopsychosocial’ determinants of health. Secondly
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Volume 5, Issue 2, April 2021

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ALIE PÉREZ VÉLIZ
Abstract: The constitutional and legal configuration of education in Cuba, based on its exclusive and exclusive provision by the State, and the incontrovertibleness of administrative decisions in this area, is more oriented towards a sovereign public function of the State than to a public service in the legal technical sense of the t
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Volume 5, Issue 1, February 2021

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Jorge Peña Vial
Abstract: They are not the same, although they are related, religion and revelation. Christianity is not a religion among others: it is a revelation and an event. The righteous pagans (Noah, Enoch, Melchizedek, Job), alien to the positive religion that begins with Abraham, discover God in nature and its laws. The Old Testament descri
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Yurou Wang, Jihong Zhang
Abstract: Driven by globalization, cultural intelligence (CQ) has become a critical element for human communication. The increasing international student population also calls for an in-depth understanding of CQ, which incorporates metacognitive, cognitive, motivational, and behavioral dimensions that could promote international lear
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Volume 4, Issue 6, December 2020

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Tomislav Galović
Abstract: The topicality of old medieval statutes and law codices in the Croatian historical territory is sufficiently reflected in the fact that if we did not know when select examples thereof had been written we would think that they were actually from our own time. This paper contains an analysis of select, but also the most intri
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Volume 4, Issue 5, October 2020

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Alessandro Prato
Abstract: This essay aims to analyse the rhetorical device of hypotyposis, which is held in great consideration both by ancient rhetoricians (Aristotle, Cicero and Quintilian) and by modern critics (Dumarsais, Barthes and Eco) for its capacity to portray visual experiences through the use of words, so as to make them as perceptible a
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Volume 4, Issue 4, August 2020

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Tania Dimitrova
Abstract: The progress in neuroscience demonstrates the interdependence of body and mind, the cognitive and the emotional, language and psyche.My paper is based on the scientific discoveries made by those linguists and scholars whose contribution to science had not always been duly acknowledged throughout the years as their findings
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Olaf Timmermans, Iris van de Velde, Mathilde Matthijsse
Abstract: To maximize quality of life for people living with Dementia a continuous participation in society is indispensable. Within the CASCADE (Community Areas of Sustainable Care And Dementia Excellence in Europe) project we developed a strengths-based approach to maximise independence and participation of people living with demen
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Volume 4, Issue 3, June 2020

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Christie Kim
Abstract: Mobile devices have become pervasive within our society. From telecommunications to social media to professional networking platforms, mobile devices are considered a necessity by their users. With the rapid pace of technology innovation and the general evolution of medicine, it would be expected that digital learning pla
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Aysar T. Yaseen
Abstract: More often than not, the president in democratic countries is the role model for his people as they expect him to work for the welfare of the public and the welfare of the country and its institutions. Right from the outset of his presidency, president Trump evinced signs of ethnocentrism, discrimination, and love of power
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Volume 4, Issue 2, April 2020

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Su Wu-xun
Abstract: this paper probes into three respects of the questions of the Marxism modernization: 1, The development of human society has become from the spontaneous development into the conscious development; 2, The basic developing law of human conscious development society; and the basic contradictions of the human conscious developm
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Su Wu-xun
Abstract: According to the modernized Marxism ideological system, the questions of the Marxism sinicization are discussed: 1, The Marxism sinicization in the new democratic revolution stage of China; 2, Faced the current more thorough development of reform and opening up of China, how to assault the fortified positions and overcome d
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Volume 4, Issue 1, February 2020

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Xinlin Peng, Qian Sun
Abstract: In the current epidemic prevention and control of the Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia(NCP) in China, the protection of human rights of children temporarily separated from guardianship during the epidemic period has not yet attracted the attention of the state and society. Some of these children have their parents separated beca
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Volume 3, Issue 6, December 2019

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Hend mohammed alturki
Abstract: Was the Assyrians a distinct role in the mentioned to the Arabs through inscriptions thousandth the first BC has stated in the inscriptions of the Assyrian King said the Arabs for the first time in the annals of history when the leader of the Arab Jndebo and share it said a thousand camel in battle gurgle as well as the ins
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Marina Lukinova
Abstract: The author makes an attempt to consider the specifics of translation activity from the point of view of its idealized image, which allows us to correlate modern artistic interpretation with the philosophical practices of the past, using the Idea of the Good of the ancient Greek thinker Plato. An idealized image is a kind of
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Volume 3, Issue 5, October 2019

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Karen Reynolds
Abstract: Retention is an ongoing challenge and goal for many colleges during these economic times. Early alert systems can have an impact on retention by making students aware of their academic progress at a mid-point in the term, and by providing resources that may help students before it is too late in the term. However, not all
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Volume 3, Issue 4, August 2019

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Brian Ellis
Abstract: This paper develops the theme of my review of Steven Pinker's book 'Enlightenment Now', published by Filozofia Nokia earlier this year. It explains in greater detail the case for a new enlightenment, which derives from the lack of scientific realism in social theory. Present day theories of morals, economics and politics al
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WANG Hai, XIAO Li
Abstract: Abstract: During the special historical period of July 1839 to November 1840, Lin Tse-hsu and his translator team selected and translated some articles from foreign newspapers such as The Canton Press, The Canton Register, The Canton Miscellany and The Chinese Repository into Chinese, which were collected into Ao-men Hsin-w
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Volume 3, Issue 3, June 2019

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Jun Kong, Tingting Niu, Qing Deng
Abstract: Through theoretical frame design and number simulation, a new approach on nondiscriminatory wage structure is established so as to decompose wage differential by linking the labor market and product market, assuming a segmented labor market. Results indicate that the nondiscriminatory wage structure may be overestimated, an
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Hardy Hanappi
Abstract: In the last decade, significant changes in capitalism are appearing, it entered a new stage. After the political breakdown of Feudalism in World War 1 a stage of capitalism that aimed at the integration of all parts of society was slowly developing. 15 years later the authoritarian regimes of national socialism, Fascism, in
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Volume 3, Issue 2, April 2019

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Lin Zhang, Xiaojuan Yang, Dawei Zhang
Abstract: Purpose – This paper aimsto develop a systematic model of open innovation from a systematic view based on the case study of the YuchaiGroup’s practices so as to illustrate the knowledge input and output in the open-innovation model. Design/methodology/approach –The systematic model of open innovation was constructed on the
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Reuven Shapira
Abstract: ‘Jumping’ between firms causes job-knowledge gaps that encourage use of covertly concealed managerial ignorance (hereafter CCMI), defending authority by either detachment and/or autocratic seduction-coercion. CCMI use causes distrust and ignorance cycles, which engender mismanagement that bars performance-based promotion an
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Volume 3, Issue 1, February 2019

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He Yunsong
Abstract: Aristotle’s theory of substance classifies being as ten kinds, i.e. ten categories, among which substance is a independent and key category, and the others are dependent and secondary categories. There is a relation of being depended on and depending on, and of being expressed and expressing between substance and other ca
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Julia M. Puaschunder
Abstract: Artificial Intelligence (AI) poses historically unique challenges for humankind. In a world, where there is a currently ongoing blend between human beings and artificial intelligence, the emerging autonomy of AI holds unique potentials of eternal life. With AI being endowed with quasi-human rights and citizenship in the W
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Volume 2, Issue 2, April 2017

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Alvaro Valdivia Pareja, Diana Stark Ekman
Abstract: Objectives: Suicide attempts from public places, including bridges, often result in emergency responders being called to these events. Little is known about the attitudes towards suicide in this group. The aim of this study was to investigate the attitudes towards suicides and suicide attempts taking place on bridges, inclu
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Volume 1, Issue 1, December 2016

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Uwagboe, E. O., Meludu, N. T., Famuyiwa, B. S.
Abstract: A quantum of the world’s potential crop production, including cocoa, is lost annually due to the effect of pest infestation. Integrated Pest Management must be developed that are effective in the long-term, cost effective and not detrimental to human and environmental health. Non adoption of IPM led farmers into a “pesticid
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