Category: Social Sciences and Humanities

Medical Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic; is E-learning a Precursor to a New Blended Education System?

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has swiftly spread over the world, prompting the World Health Organization (WHO) to designate it a pandemic on March 11, 2020. This pandemic, which brought about significant changes in many facets of our life, had enormous consequences for the worldwide population, health-care systems, economy, and education. The advice to maintain tight […]

The Usage of Colligations of Preposition among Malaysian Law Undergraduates: A Needs Analysis

Legal English (legalese) is a legal language that many legal linguists consider to be antiquated, verbose, and conventionalized. Legalese’s verbosity is mostly owing to the highly technical usage of nominalization, which is primarily produced by lexico-grammatical patterns of preposition colligations. The widespread use of technical collocation (lexical collocation and grammatical collocation (colligation)) in legal English […]

Education in the Pursuit of Truth Good Beauty- Disseminating Truth in Confucius’ Philosophy of Education, Good Beauty as Self-Cultivation & Its Enlightenment in Early Childhood Education

The Six Arts, which comprise li or rituals (good), yue or music (beauty), she or archery (truth), yu or charioteering (truth), shu or reading (truth), and *shu or mathematics, are taught in Confucian schools (truth). The educational goals, curriculum, and techniques of Confucius reflect the features of ancient China’s educational system. Confucian pedagogy focuses on […]

Study on Application of Optimized GA-BPNN Algorithm in English Teaching Quality Evaluation System

The evaluation of teaching quality is a complicated and fuzzy nonlinear process involving numerous aspects and variables, making it difficult to construct a mathematical model, and the old approach of assessing teaching quality is no longer entirely competent. An enhanced GA-BPNN technique based on genetic algorithm (GA) and backpropagation neural network (BPNN) is suggested to […]

Facebook as a Beneficial Tool in EFL Environment

The purpose of this study is to examine the phenomena of using Social Networking Sites (SNS), notably the Facebook page, and its possible impact on high school learners’ willingness to learn a foreign language (English). The exact study findings must be presented and explained in great detail. The study that will be detailed was done […]

Informal Care Regimes and Aging: The ‘Care Chain’ in Rural Greece

The continuous ageing of society has a significant influence on the demand for better care for the elderly and those with disabilities. The goal of this study is to get a better knowledge of the processes of informal service provision in rural Greece, as well as the facilitators and limits to such operations. The foundation […]

A Brief Study on African Climate Refugees: An Approach towards Environmental Injustice and Recognition

The purpose of the study is to look at the effects of climate change on the African continent, which has seen “environmental displacement” and “climate refugees” as a result of environmental and climatic change. Despite the fact that “climate refugees” have become visible in Africa, and despite Africa’s concrete efforts, the lack of international recognition […]

Standards, Procedures and Indicators in the Functioning of Social Services for the Elderly

The article includes an example of assessing the quality of social services for the elderly as well as an examination of the idea of the old as represented in the social work system’s quality management documents. The analysis process followed the traditional steps of content analysis: inventory of standards, indicators, procedures, and tools; standardisation of […]

The Philosophy – Psychology Dialogue

The essay delves into two facets of the problem. a. Is there a connection between Philosophy and Psychology, and if so, what is the nature of that connection? Because the Author believes in the evolution of holistic and comprehensive perceptions, these questions are crucial. Furthermore, the Author claims that because human behaviour is the result […]

Educating Jurors on Instructions and Legal-ease Objectivity in the California Legal System

During criminal court proceedings, jurors frequently express confidence in their ability to comprehend juror instructions and legal language. However, much study has shown that this is not the case. In California, previous legal language instructions (Caljic) have been updated by modern, ostensibly simpler to understand instructions (Calcrim). Do the newer instructions, on the other hand, […]

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