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Vol-211-Issue-May-24-2121

211 No 1 (2121)

NAME : Dr. ISHRAT PERVEEN Designation: Freelancer Editor Journal Name: Korean Journal of Internal Medicine Email address: ishratperveen@brightlinkresearchindex.org

Published: May-24-2121

Vol-209-Issue-Feb-25-2121

209 No 1 (2121)

Compost manure, farmyard manure and legumes as green manure are alternative sources of nitrogen fertilizer for wheat crop. The utilization of nitrogen by wheat fertilized with organic manure and ammonium sulfate was evaluated using the 15N tracer technique. Results revealed that, observed a clear increase in weight of wheat yield in fertilized at rate of 50% compost +50% nitrogen mineral fertilizer (50% CM + 50%MF) , The highest values of grains (3.472 ton ha-1) , straw (1.833 ton ha-1) and roots (0.510 ton ha-1 ) which were observed in plot received compost (CM) at rate of (50%CM+50%MF) rati

Published: Feb-25-2121

Vol-208-Issue-Feb-15-2121

208 No 1 (2121)

During Tsarism period The Chavcahavadze Estate in Tsinandali stood for the center of cultural life. The Chavchavadze house in Tbilisi and Tsinandali became the cultural center of aristocratic society and very often it became the place of meetings of historical importance. If during Garsevani’s life Tsinandali Estate was visited by guests of aristocratic and diplomatic mission, during Aleksander’s life the appearance of creative people, writers and public figures made this place more interesting. Among respected guests there were Georgians and foreigners as well : Al. Dumas the elder, Ma

Published: Feb-15-2121

Vol-204-Issue-Feb-02-2121

204 No 1 (2121)

In recent years, semantic segmentation with Deep Learning (DL) is popularly found in many real-world applications. It is also specific, mentioned that these techniques are regularly applied to various segmentation and classification techniques in the medical field. The most popular deep learning techniques, especially SegNet and U-Net, are the most used for this type of medical application. Generally, in case of U-Net architecture which can be used with a skip connection and is capable of retrieving fine data during training. However, such a network consumes a lot of computation time compared

Published: Feb-02-2121

Vol-203-Issue-Jan-06-2121

203 No 1 (2121)

Every human being in this world has rights and obligations that must be carried out. For human rights itself has a fundamental meaning. It is in the position of humans as social beings that human rights issues become very complex. Many people clash with one another, one group with another group. Every human being has rights and freedoms. In group life this right is taken or delegated to the group for the arrangement of living together. In its development, abstract community groups need to be elaborated in a more concrete concept, so that they have legal force in their implementation. Since the

Published: Jan-06-2121

Vol-202-Issue-Jan-06-2121

202 No 1 (2121)

Every human being in this world has rights and obligations that must be carried out. For human rights itself has a fundamental meaning. It is in the position of humans as social beings that human rights issues become very complex. Many people clash with one another, one group with another group. Every human being has rights and freedoms. In group life this right is taken or delegated to the group for the arrangement of living together. In its development, abstract community groups need to be elaborated in a more concrete concept, so that they have legal force in their implementation. Since the

Published: Jan-06-2121

Vol-201-Issue-Dec-31-2020

201 No 1 (2020)

This research aimed at identifying the use of chemical fertilizers by farmers in the area of Hammam Al-Aaleel / Nineveh province/Iraq in general and in each field and item in the research, identify the relationship between the use of chemical fertilizers by farmers and the independent variables included in the research. The Hammam Al-Aaleel region-It was selected as region for research. The total number of farmers in research region (350 farmer). A simple random sample was taken with (20%), the final research sample was (70 farmers). The researcher designed a questionnaire form in order to ob

Published: Dec-31-2020

Vol-198-Issue-Dec-17-2020

198 No 1 (2020)

This study aims to analyze the impact of learning models and personality types on the study's performance. All fourth-grade students of the Samadua Public Elementary School had a study sample of 57 people composed of 30 individuals taught by the play learning model at Sd Negeri Kasik Putih. The role and 27 SD Negeri Air Sialang IV classes are taught using a thematic learning model integrated with HOTS. The research approach was an almost experimental one with a factorial configuration of 2 x 2. Data were presented using descriptive statistics followed by inferential statistics using bidirecti

Published: Dec-17-2020

Vol-197-Issue-Dec-17-2020

197 No 1 (2020)

- The achievement of strategic implementation of municipalities in Thailand is affected by many factors including management innovation. The objectives of this study are; first, is to examine the degree of management innovation; second, is to examine the degree of the achievement of strategic implementation, and; third, is to investigate the impact of management innovation on the achievement of strategic implementation. The target of this is the municipalities in Trang Province, Thailand. The total sample is 200 of administrative officials who were working in municipalities in Trang Province.

Published: Dec-17-2020

Vol-195-Issue-Dec-06-2020

195 No 1 (2020)

The OECD defined corporate governance as, enforce laws, rules and standards that define the relationship between company management on the one hand, shareholders, stakeholders or parties associated with the company on the other, and urge financial institutions to adopt those laws and standards in their systems to ensure universal classification, such laws and standards are called corporate governance. Some countries have adopted such standards, which are based on integrity and transparency, such as the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, but the apply these standards to protect the minority of share

Published: Dec-06-2020

Vol-194-Issue-Dec-06-2020

194 No 1 (2020)

In Vietnam, Physical education is mostly still taught in a traditional model. Volleyball, as one of the most practiced sport in Physical Education classes. The study of this article was to exploration students’ difficulties in the practice of volleyball in school Physical Education (PE) classes, according to the tactical principles of the sport, and to compare them with teachers’ understanding of the discipline. This qualitative study was developed in two stages: a) observation of 14 hours/class PE volleyball classes in two different schools and field diary records of students’ difficu

Published: Dec-06-2020

Vol-193-Issue-Dec-06-2020

193 No 1 (2020)

The research results are a survey of the status of recreational activities, recreational Sports in An Giang province and are a piece of evidence about the necessity for the establishment of the Recreational Sports club model for students completing the physical education program at An Giang University in An Giang province. By analyzing methods of domestic and foreign documents, expert interviews, modeling, medical, physiological function tests, pedagogical experiment, and statistical mathematics. The author has demonstrated the necessity for the establishment of the Recreational Sports club mo

Published: Dec-06-2020

Vol-192-Issue-Dec-06-2020

192 No 1 (2020)

The problem of physiological study of non-traditional means of coaching attracts a lot of scientists’ attention in recent years. This is due to the need to provide a maximum development of certain muscle groups and direction of the coaching process. Proper use of simulators weight machines bring positive results (Valeria et al., 2018). Obviously, an important step in the use of technology is the right choice for team sports coaches and personal trainers for the effectiveness of the coaching process. One effective component of this process is the inclusion to a coaching program with the help

Published: Dec-06-2020

Vol-191-Issue-Dec-05-2020

191 No 1 (2020)

Data fusion on remote sensing refers to the process of combining data from multiple Sensors to produce a dataset. The resulted data set contains more detailed information then each of the individual sources also data from multiple sensors can significantly improve the accuracy and interpretation of features. Pixel-level, Feature-level and Decision-level are three common levels of data fusion. Here, we summarized the proposal work, to increasing the testing samples and reduce the computational complexity of processing input image. Generally, spectral resolution will give more about information

Published: Dec-05-2020

Vol-189-Issue-Nov-30-2020

189 No 1 (2020)

Compost manure, farmyard manure and legumes as green manure are alternative sources of nitrogen fertilizer for wheat crop. The utilization of nitrogen by wheat fertilized with organic manure and ammonium sulfate was evaluated using the 15N tracer technique. Results revealed that, observed a clear increase in weight of wheat yield in fertilized at rate of 50% compost +50% nitrogen mineral fertilizer (50% CM + 50%MF) , The highest values of grains (3.472 ton ha-1) , straw (1.833 ton ha-1) and roots (0.510 ton ha-1 ) which were observed in plot received compost (CM) at rate of (50%CM+50%MF) rati

Published: Nov-30-2020

Vol-187-Issue-Nov-20-2020

187 No 1 (2020)

This research aimed at determining the level and contributing factors of the financial concepts of the students in one of the State University of Eastern Philippines. It used a descriptive – correlation method of research. The data were gathered and analyzed through a survey questionnaire distributed to 228 respondents. It was found out that most of the respondents possess inadequate knowledge in terms of financial literacy even on the practical level of application for their day-to-day activities. The study also revealed that the respondents tend to be academically prepared but received les

Published: Nov-20-2020

Vol-186-Issue-Nov-20-2020

186 No 1 (2020)

The study was conducted to determine the level of social responsiveness of entrepreneurs in Borongan City. This study is a descriptive-correlational survey involving 250 respondents. The majority of the respondents are somewhat responsible in compliance with laws, projects undertaken, products offered to customers, and job creation. Regression analysis was used to establish the relationship between social responsiveness practices of merchandising and retailing business and profitability. It was found out that the best predictor for social responsiveness is a project undertaken, R2 = 0.396 wit

Published: Nov-20-2020

Vol-185-Issue-Nov-13-2020

185 No 1 (2020)

To reinforce the Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship program offered by Nueva Ecija Uni-versity of Science and Technology's College of Management and Business Technology, San Isidro Campus Tabon Annex, this study was aimed at evaluating the entrepreneurial access of the graduates, which will serve as one of the foundations for the possible intervention of the different stakeholders to support these young entrepreneurs. To answer the laid down research questions, the study used a descriptive research method with the use of a modified survey ques-tionnaire as the primary means of data collec

Published: Nov-13-2020

Vol-184-Issue-Nov-10-2020

184 No 1 (2020)

The research discusses the connotations of scenographic elements in incarnating and converting the educational curriculum of intermediate school students. These elements can be explained in the educational elements via enhancing the theatrical dialogue visually as product of investing the enormous capabilities of scenographic elements aesthetically and functionally. These elements bear aesthetic and functional connotations which can be employed in specialized theatrical show using educational materials, that is what is called (the stage craft of curriculum). The concept of scenography and th

Published: Nov-10-2020

Vol-183-Issue-Nov-06-2020

183 No 1 (2020)

For the last year, one of the most critical topics in many countries was the exchange rate. Daily news affecting economy may have some explanation power. However, if we look from a broad view there should be bigger and more general factors for exchange rate movements. These general factors can be listed as a differential in inflation rates and changing in interest rate. In addition, this study aims to estimate the impact of exchange rate system on the inflation, the data of Kuwait Central Bank has been used for the period of 1990-2019. In addition, OLS has been applied on the data. The relatio

Published: Nov-06-2020

Vol-181-Issue-Nov-03-2020

181 No 1 (2020)

Economic transition in previously closed economic imposes on their local firms to form IJVs to acquire their valuable knowledge and skills to meet the market’s needs. To understand what are the potential factors that may affect the IJV’s knowledge. This paper aims to examine transfer mechanisms and knowledge management practices as determinants to IJV’s knowledge acquisition, which in turn leads to better IJV’s innovativeness. With a sample of 122 oil and gas IJVs in Algeria and through analyzing the data via PLS-SEM 3.0, the results revealed that while transfer mechanisms have a signi

Published: Nov-03-2020

Vol-180-Issue-Nov-01-2020

180 No 1 (2020)

The Covid-19 pandemic crisis has exposed significant imbalance conditions that make the world suffers tragically. The Corona epidemic crisis has led the world to great suffering and losses not only in terms of human health and safety but also in economic, financial, and social terms because these difficult conditions entered the world in a turbulent state. Full of great challenges that were not known or faced previously, because this puts everyone in an unprecedented state of anxiety in the face of a rapidly spreading and deadly epidemic without a vaccine or medical treatment and the usual met

Published: Nov-01-2020

Vol-179-Issue-Nov-01-2020

179 No 1 (2020)

The aim of this research is to identify the impact of leadership styles (democratic, dictatorial and transformational styles) on organizational commitment at high schools in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Two hundred and fifty-six employees were surveyed through a simple random sample. The analysis is based on the outcomes of the questionnaire survey that was given out to a representative sample of the employees of the high schools in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The researchers hypothesized that there is a positive significant impact for leadership styles (democratic, dictatorial and transformational sty

Published: Nov-01-2020

Vol-176-Issue-Oct-30-2020

176 No 1 (2020)

In education, social media is increasingly being used to promote creative instruction. This quantitative study utilized the theoretical foundation of social constructivism, connectivism and the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology model 2 (UTAUT 2). Research questions investigated the effect of 6 UTAUT2 predictors on behavioural intention on social media and the impact of behavioural intention on the use of social media behaviour. The research used a convenience sample of 291 students from South Eastern University, Eastern Province, Sri Lanka. Survey data was analysed using descr

Published: Oct-30-2020

Vol-175-Issue-Oct-28-2020

175 No 1 (2020)

For the last year, one of the most critical topics in many countries was the exchange rate. Daily news affecting economy may have some explanation power. However, if we look from a broad view there should be bigger and more general factors for exchange rate movements. These general factors can be listed as a differential in inflation rates and changing in interest rate. In addition, this study aims to estimate the impact of exchange rate system on the inflation, the data of Kuwait Central Bank has been used for the period of 1990-2019. In addition, OLS has been applied on the data. The relatio

Published: Oct-28-2020

Vol-174-Issue-Oct-24-2020

174 No 1 (2020)

In this article, we have tried to analyze the philosophical thinking of Karakalpak thinkers as well as their relationship to mother nature in a philosophical way. In this way we used the works of Kunkhoja, Ajiniyaz, Berdakh, Ibrayim Yusupov and others. In their works, along with philosophical thinking, they also saw prehistoric environmental problems. The bottom line is that these thinkers have gone beyond their predecessors, writing about the future and giving direction to issues that concern us. Key words: problem of man, worldview, social orientation, cultural heritage, nature.

Published: Oct-24-2020

Vol-173-Issue-Oct-23-2020

173 No 1 (2020)

An analysis of the literature on the theory and methodology of physical education reveals that in the theory of sports (wrestling, etc.) and in separate articles, the authors have described explosive power as a physical quality. The manifestation of explosive force is the mechanism of its activation. As the burst time of the muscle decreases, the intensity of the bursting force increases. However, the intensity of the explosive force can also be increased by increasing the magnitude of the absolute force of the muscle. Summarizing the above points, it can be concluded that the study of the

Published: Oct-23-2020

Vol-172-Issue-Oct-23-2020

172 No 1 (2020)

Purpose: the purpose of the research is to study the problems of managing the socio-economic development of the southern Federal district regions and to produce proposals of solution. Design/methodology/approach: The research uses the methods of dialectical approach, the method of system approach, comparative analysis, as well as the graphical method and methods of comparison and grouping. Conclusions: dynamic socio-economic development of the entire country begins with ensuring the effective development of territories: counties and regions. In turn, the "speed" of socio-economic development

Published: Oct-23-2020

Vol-171-Issue-Oct-22-2020

171 No 1 (2020)

Purposefulness of using the performed families ?-445, ?-580, ?-455 in the genetic and breeding researches for improving of fiber output and the families of ?-580, ?-455, ?-520 to improve the fiber length on the dependence of their genotypes has been presented in this paper. In general, similarity of a high dominance of varieties in the positive indexes on the fiber output and fiber length in combination of various soil-climatic zones was noted. Key words: COTTON PLANT, GENOTYPE, HYBRID, INTER VARIETY, FAMILY, FIBEROUTPUT, FIBER LENGTH.

Published: Oct-22-2020

Vol-170-Issue-Oct-22-2020

170 No 1 (2020)

The given article provides a description of the new 52nd most important ornithological territory of Uzbekistan (IBA). Inventory, monitoring and development of measures for the conservation of IBA are one of the modern international approaches to the territorial protection of biodiversity. The Society for the Protection of Birds of Uzbekistan has been developing this direction since 2005 as a partner of the World Association for the Protection of Birds “Bird Life International”. Key words: ornithology, Mashankul lake, Khojakul lake, spring migration, nesting period

Published: Oct-22-2020

Vol-169-Issue-Oct-22-2020

169 No 1 (2020)

Despite the continuous increase in annual zakat collection, the business zakat from Muslim entrepreneurs remains low. Among others, it is due to the doubtfulness on the zakat institution’s management of the funds. This study intended to determine the trust and commitment level of the Muslim sole-proprietors and partnerships towards the zakat institution based on four main objectives. The discussion throughout was based on the commitment-trust theory. Trust was identified as the sole factor that influences the commitment towards zakat payment at the zakat organizations. Shared values, non

Published: Oct-22-2020

Vol-168-Issue-Oct-21-2020

168 No 1 (2020)

The article discusses the interaction of interactive web-quest methods and case studies in the training of students with hearing impairments from the Light Industry and Service College of the city of Shymkent and their practical implementation. The training process should develop new competencies, the ability to put forward alternative solutions, the creative thinking of a future specialist with hearing impairment. Interactive methods of network interaction and Internet resources are used for this. The purpose of the article is to theoretically substantiate and demonstrate the practical implem

Published: Oct-21-2020

Vol-164-Issue-Oct-19-2020

164 No 1 (2020)

Spirituality in the article is presented as the highest life-affirming value and ontological basis of human existence. The idea is grounded that the process of increasing spirituality in a person is not automatic, independent of the will and desire of the subject. On the contrary, it presupposes certain efforts and "inner feat" on the path of spiritual development and creative cultivation of a person's spiritual states. It is concluded that spirituality is a special process, which is basically not separated from human existence and takes place in conditions of reality. Spirituality contains ex

Published: Oct-19-2020

Vol-163-Issue-Oct-15-2020

163 No 1 (2020)

This research aims to analyze the effect of market orientation on company marketing performance, mediated by product innovation. 126 questionnaires were distributed to the owners and managers of the Indonesian Gojek partners of the coffee shop who has the capability as a decision-maker. 115 usable data were analyzed by using Structural Equation Modeling analysis, with Amos application version 24.0. The results show that market orientation had a positive significant effect on product innovation. Product innovation plays a mediating role in the Market Orientation effect on Marketing Performance.

Published: Oct-15-2020

Vol-162-Issue-Oct-13-2020

162 No 1 (2020)

The objective of CBIR is to retrieve relevant medical images from the medical database with reference to the query image in a shorter span of time. All the proposed approaches are different, yet the research goal is to attain better accuracy in a reasonable amount of time. The initial phase of this research presents a feature selection technique that aims to improvise the medical image diagnosis by selecting prominent features. The second phase of the research extracts features and the association rules are formed by the proposed Classification Based on Highly Strong Association Rules (CHiSAR)

Published: Oct-13-2020

Vol-159-Issue-Oct-08-2020

159 No 1 (2020)

This paper researched influenced factors of sustainable tourism development on sensitive ecological area at Mo O beach, Soc Trang province, Vietnam by quantitative methods. Questionnaires were conducted with a total of 121 residents who are local people living in Trung Binh commune, Tran De district, Soc Trang province. Through Exploratory Factor Analysis, and Linear Regression Analysis results, the findings reveal that there are four factors affecting sustainably tourism development in Mo O sensitive ecological area namely biodiversity (33.7%), facilities – infrastructure (24.2%), administr

Published: Oct-08-2020

Vol-157-Issue-Oct-06-2020

157 No 1 (2020)

Sakardeva with disciples started a ‘renaissance’ in Assam by establishing Namghar, Satra in the medieval period. Even nowadays, people have revere and devotion to them. These institutions changed the spiritual and moral outlook of the people of Assam as well as prepared the ground for the establishment of a new society. Madhupur Satra situated in Koch Bihar is still a place of honor for each and every Assamese. The condition of Madhupur Satra is now dilapidated. Fascinated by the ideology of Sankardeva, Koch king Naranarayana donated 700 bighas of land to the Satra. But a huge part of the

Published: Oct-06-2020

Vol-156-Issue-Oct-01-2020

156 No 1 (2020)

Insurable mortgage is considered a legal means of security means that aim at conserving rights of the mortgaged creditor toward the debtor, where the creditor, in accordance with him, has the right to precede all creditors on carrying out the mortgaged money if the debtor optional-ly did not commence carrying out the original commitment at the advent of the appointed time. Inspite of the significance of this means, but the danger of the mortgaged creditor unful-fillment of his rights remains valid if the soul of security annihilated or decreased his value and depriving him from se

Published: Oct-01-2020

Vol-153-Issue-Sep-30-2020

153 No 1 (2020)

The study dealt with the reality of the use of faculty members in Jordanian public uni-versities in the northern governorates of the databases available in university libraries and the difficulties they face from their point of view. The problem of the study represented in recog-nizing the extent of faculty members using to the electronic databases appropriately represent one of the information resource services provided by libraries and information centers for re-searchers, where its success is measured by the extent to which researchers use databases and their ability to meet the

Published: Sep-30-2020

Vol-152-Issue-Sep-30-2020

152 No 1 (2020)

The study dealt with the reality of the use of faculty members in Jordanian public uni-versities in the northern governorates of the databases available in university libraries and the difficulties they face from their point of view. The problem of the study represented in recog-nizing the extent of faculty members using to the electronic databases appropriately represent one of the information resource services provided by libraries and information centers for re-searchers, where its success is measured by the extent to which researchers use databases and their ability to meet the

Published: Sep-30-2020

Vol-150-Issue-Sep-28-2020

150 No 1 (2020)

Culture and local wisdom are very closely related to the communit. It means that everything contained in the community is influenced by the culture owned by the community itself. Local wisdom can be used by empowering customary law community as the main strategy for future economic improvement, especially sustainable economics. Customary law community can find out more about what needs to be done and needed in carrying out economic activities in accordance with the potential in the region. This research is a normative juridical research, using the statue approach, conceptual approach, case app

Published: Sep-28-2020

Vol-148-Issue-Sep-28-2020

148 No 1 (2020)

This paper aims to contribute to the application of Balanced Scorecard for a university which presents as a strategic framework for measuring the university’s institutional performance. Over the years changes in the organizational structure of educational institutions has obligated them to adopt various approaches to improve their performance. And thus, this paper aims to introduce a Balanced Scorecard approach for a university, where an integrated performance evaluation system is applied to business management of the institution. This integrated system employs a strategy map from Balanced S

Published: Sep-28-2020

Vol-146-Issue-Sep-27-2020

146 No 1 (2020)

The study aims to identify the nature of the relationship between the empowerment of doctors and the quality of service in health organizations, on the basis that the empowerment of doctors is one of the engines influencing the quality of the health service, which is based on the principle of the optimal use of resources and efficiency that doctors and their skills should be utilized and not wasted, and the problem of the study pointed to the lack of interest in the changes studied in the field of application, so the study tried to achieve a set of goals advanced by the diagnosis of the realit

Published: Sep-27-2020

Vol-145-Issue-Sep-27-2020

145 No 1 (2020)

The purpose of the study was to study the impact on BAU employee performance of human resources management practices. there were 150 employees in the sample. In order to achieve the study, Intent of the collection of data from150 employees by self-administrated questionnaires. Statistical techniques were used to examination the research hypotheses. then evaluation and analyzing the study hypotheses, the outcomes indicated that there is a significant impact of human resource management practices (performance appraisal, recruitment, manpower planning, training and development and compensation

Published: Sep-27-2020

Vol-143-Issue-Sep-22-2020

143 No 1 (2020)

Dadiah is a fermented food made from buffalo milk containing lactic acid bacteria (LAB), the potential of LAB as an antimicrobial is expected to be able to inhibit or kill pathogens, especially those that cause inflammation in the skin. Dadiah used was taken in the Lintau area of Tanah Datar District, West Sumatra Indonesia. BAL isolation and identification used MRS Broth (MERCR) and MRS Agar (MERCK) media and pathogenic bacteria used by Staphylococcus aureus, Propionibacterium acnes, Acinetobacter Baumannii, Klebsiella pneumonia, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The results of this study obtained

Published: Sep-22-2020

Vol-142-Issue-Sep-22-2020

142 No 1 (2020)

The development of human resources development (HRD) in Islamic religious colleges is one of the key points in building a competitive advantage towards Word Class University (WCU). The progress and setback of a higher education institution are determined by the quality of human resources. The government through the Ministry of Religion continuously encourages National Islamic Religious Colleges throughout Indonesia to develop the quality of HRD and improve the quality of their institutions. In achieving competitive advantage and being able to compete in the global market, other factors that mu

Published: Sep-22-2020

Vol-140-Issue-Sep-21-2020

140 No 1 (2020)

The aim of the study was to reveal the system of competencies for good parenting in the Islamic educational perception, and to achieve this; the two researchers used the descriptive and analytical approach. The most important findings of what the study has reached are that the competencies of good parenting are: The group of parental abilities and skills that enables a parent to prepare his children according to the approach of God Almighty. These competencies include what is related to the religious field represented by sensing the responsibility of raising children, and what is rela

Published: Sep-21-2020

Vol-137-Issue-Sep-21-2020

137 No 1 (2020)

This purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of knowledge management process on teacher literacy skills at State Vocational High Schools in West Java mediated by knowledge sharing. To collect data, the questionnaire was used. This research uses a quantitative approach, through descriptive and verification research. Based on the characteristics of the variables, this study was conducted by a survey (7 rating scale). This research was administered to 162 teachers from 54 VHS at 27 cities/regencies in West Java. The Partial Least Square Structural Path-Modeling (PLS-PM) was used to test

Published: Sep-21-2020

Vol-130-Issue-Sep-17-2020

130 No 1 (2020)

The aim of this paper is to investigate the long and short run equilibrium relationship between conventional finance volume (CFV) and macroeconomic variables in one hand, and the long run and short run equilibrium relationships between Islamic finance volume (IFV) and macroeconomic variables in the other hand. BRIGHT LINK RSEARINTERNATIONAL Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) approach has been utilized for the sample of (1983-2015) period, to analyze the short and long run relationship between IFV and macroeconomic variables. The results show that there are existed evidences of long run and

Published: Sep-17-2020

Vol-129-Issue-Sep-16-2020

129 No 1 (2020)

Cross-Cultural Learning is a teaching and learning process that trains future learners to remove the barriers between learning in the classroom, and real-life in society between modern science and traditional knowledge and especially between the younger generation with existing cultural heritage. The object of research is foreign students of UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang. Cross-cultural learning is learning local genius culture to foreign students. Culture is the integration of knowledge, beliefs, and human behavior that is very dependent on their ability to learn and give it to the next ge

Published: Sep-16-2020

Vol-126-Issue-Sep-16-2020

126 No 1 (2020)

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is a newly discovered infectious disease caused by a virus which named is “coronavirus”.According to a report of the Ministry of Human Resource Development(MHRD), Government of India conducted a survey on higher education and observed that there are 993 universities, 39931 Colleges and 10725 Stand Alone Institutions listed on their portal which contribute to the education. These institutions further reflect the student density of India as the total enrolments in higher education every year which are nearly 37.4 million, reflecting the expanding horizons of th

Published: Sep-16-2020

Vol-124-Issue-Sep-15-2020

124 No 1 (2020)

The phenomenon of unemployment of various kinds is one of the most important problems that have suffered and still suffer from the Iraqi economy, and this phenomenon existed before the US occupation of Iraq in 2003, but worsened and increased rates after 2003, up to 16% in 2014, because of the solution of many institutions Civil and military, which provided employment opportunities for thousands of citizens of different professions and specialties, and successive Iraqi governments sought after 2003 to address this phenomenon or reduce it through seeking to create employment opportunities in va

Published: Sep-15-2020

Vol-123-Issue-Sep-14-2020

123 No 1 (2020)

Education is an essential requirement and it must be fulfilled for every individual. The requirement has been declared as the basic human rights along with the food and shelter by the United Nation Organization as well. Apart from that, the education reflects the personality of a person, so as the grades as well. The grades mirror the person’s behavior and its attitude towards its academics irrespective of whatever educational background the person possesses. People say that girls are always smarter than boys. Therefore, in this research paper I'm going to prove that female students do tend

Published: Sep-14-2020

Vol-122-Issue-Sep-13-2020

122 No 1 (2020)

Class Participation Class participation is an important aspect of student learning. When students speak up, they learn to express their ideas in ways others can understand. Main Issue Students speaking up in class is a struggle for many of them. That struggle reflect in the classroom in a variety of ways , like not asking for help, not volunteering to answer questions, not speaking up in small-group activities, even not talking in class at all. Problem statement Students not actively involved in class participation.

Published: Sep-13-2020

Vol-121-Issue-Sep-13-2020

121 No 1 (2020)

Frayer Model is a Graphic Organizer commonly used in teaching mathematics, social sciences, and language subjects but has never been tried in Science. The study aimed to determine the effects of the utilization of Frayer model as Graphic Organizer in the Academic Performance of First Year Bachelor of Science in Business Administration-Human Resource Management and Bachelor of Elementary Education students in Science, Technology and Society subject during the First Semester, 2018-2019. The study employed quasi-experimental research design. Data used in this study came from BSBA and BEED stude

Published: Sep-13-2020

Vol-120-Issue-Sep-12-2020

120 No 1 (2020)

Nowadays, it becomes very important to use technology in different educational fields as they have the potential to enhance the learning process and makes it more organized with les time and effort. ''Technologies are described as essential tools in the educational system to improve teaching in different areas'' ( Sandholtz, 1997, p. 5). Technology meets the need of students with different abilities and facilities. Students with special needs need to have special educational support to help them learn smoothly. In fact, many schools, institutions and universities have started to integrate tech

Published: Sep-12-2020

Vol-119-Issue-Sep-11-2020

119 No 1 (2020)

The purpose of the research is to study the significance and find out the role of technology in-tegration in making the learning process of English language .Past, literature supports the idea that use of technology makes the class more interactive and teachers perceive that use of tech-nology enhances the learning process. An important factor to motivate teachers to use more technology is to provide the teachers with resources, time and incentives. lack of any of the fac-tor would lead to poor results from integration. The research is based on quantitative data as well which is collected from

Published: Sep-11-2020

Vol-118-Issue-Sep-10-2020

118 No 1 (2020)

One of the skills deemed important in the academic programs of any teaching institute is the skill to give oral presentations. Since each teaching institutions has their main language of teaching from English, French, German just to mention but a few, all the students in the institution have an obligation to learn and use the dialect as their second or third language. Public speaking anxiety, as a part of social tension, while not constituting a social anxiety disorder (S.A.D.) is far spread in the within the general public. This paper considers the unspoken value issue of presentation stress

Published: Sep-10-2020

Vol-116-Issue-Jul-01-2020

116 No 1 (2020)

There is a lack in targeting a focused approach towards the management of Orofacial Pain and the pattern in which they present in our local setting. The rationale of such a study is, it will help in establishing a more targeted and focused approach towards the management of Head and Neck trauma and allocating the hospitals’ budget for Trauma Care. Trauma associated type of pain is the most frequent pattern observed at the outpatient department of dental and maxillofacial surgery of Abbasi Shaheed hospital.

Published: Jul-01-2020





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