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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
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.
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