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Sense of awareness of self and of the environment.
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In India rice is grown in 43.86 million ha, the production level is 104.80 million tones and the productivity is about 2390 kg/ha which feeds more than 60 per cent population of India. 100000 metric tonnes of rice has been consumed in our country 2018 which clearly shows just how much the consumption of rice is and what impact this has on the count...
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Freelisting is a widely-used ethnographic data elicitation and analysis technique that can help researchers quickly and systematically collect and quantify qualitative cultural data. The paper discusses the value of freelisting for IS researchers who conduct qualitative and/or quantitative research. Specifically, the paper provides an overview of f...
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William A. Gamson, former President of the American Sociological Association and Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, was a prolific scholar whose work helped articulate both the conflict perspective in sociology and the resource mobilization approach in social movements. In the field of social movements in the United States, Gamson...
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Social media marketing (SMM) has brought significant change in the marketing of the product and strengthens the marketing communication process. Present investigation is taken up with the objective to investigate the impact of SMM on Consumer Value consciousness (CVC) and Purchase of Durable Products (PDP) and mediating role of CVC in the relations...
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Background Recent studies of neurostimulation reported alteration of hypnotizability and hypnotic phenomena after inhibition of the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC), but the different assessments of hypnosis and the stimulation parameters still left open many questions about the role of this brain region in hypnotizability. We aimed to admini...
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This study aims to analyze the relationship between historical understanding, historical thinking, towards historical consciousness in learning history. This type of research is ex post-facto with a correlational design. The population is class X high school students in Yogyakarta, with a sample of 177. The side technique uses cluster random sampli...
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Wernicke's encephalopathy is an acute neuropsychiatric syndrome resulting from severe thiamine (vitamin B1) deficiency. Symptoms occur with an acute onset and may vary according to the brain area involved. Altered consciousness is the most common clinical feature, together with ocular abnormalities and ataxia. We report the case of a pregnant women...
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Acroyoga practitioners either follow predefined choreographies or play freely to create compositions of two bodies' poses and transitions. To support their free play, we created the training technology probe Acrosuit. The Acrosuit gives visual or vibrotactile cues to propose a novel point of contact without instructions how to get there. We invited...
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Pediatric emergence delirium is a troublesome clinical phenomenon, which may cause serious safety problems and sequelae. Predicting pediatric emergence delirium before pediatric patients regain consciousness can provide early warning for timely treatment, which helps to reduce the occurrence of adverse events. In this paper, we proposed a feature s...
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Via three experiments, we investigated heightened anxiety's effect on the offline planning and online correction of upper-limb target-directed aiming movements. In Experiment 1, the majority of task trials allowed for the voluntary distribution of offline planning and online correction to achieve task success, while a subset of cursor jump trials n...
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Increasing efforts in the transportation system have recently improved driver safety and reduced crash rates. Lack of attention and fatigue directly affect the driver's consciousness. Driver distraction is an essential driver-specific factor in the practical applicability of forward collision warning (FCW). However, there are still too many false a...
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In architectural design, representation tools are often compared according to their alleged effects on the creativity of designers. Moreover, their mediating capacities are often mythicized, to such an extent that one might surmise the direct transmission of the mental images from the designer's consciousness to an external representation. In this...
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The box-counting (BC) algorithm is one of the most popular methods for calculating the fractal dimension (FD) of binary data. FD analysis has many important applications in the biomedical field, such as cancer detection from 2D computed axial tomography images, Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis from magnetic resonance 3D volumetric data, and consciousn...
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According to a plethora of research and publications, the volume and amount of pollution are largely attributable to human-made emissions. Even during the recently ended Covid-19 outbreak, there was a notable decrease in global pollution, particularly in Pakistan’s heavily populated cities. Due to the current situation, it is strategically importan...
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Consciousness, language and culture are three fundamental concepts, the relationship between which is not yet clear for linguists. The school of "generativists" by Noam Chomsky believes that people have a genetic language program and a "language processor" in the brain that is the same for everyone, why language does not determine human consciousne...
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*This is the author's version of the study. The study was published in a double-blind issue Young Philosophy: Sklutová, K. (2022): Iluzionizmus ako naturalistická pozícia v teórii vedomia. In: Podušelová, K. et al.: Mladá Filozofia 2022. Bratislava: Filozofický ústav SAV, v. v. i., 44-59. Available: chrome-extension://efaidnbmnnnibpcajpcglclefindmk...
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Richard Wagner, Alban Berg, and intellectuals of the Russian Silver Age are compared and contrasted in ways that draw up specific examples of how Wagner’s theories and aesthetics were integral in forming the morals and perceptions of Berg and the Russians, both for their personal truths as well as for that of their art. The concept of Expressionism...
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Psychological stress is associated with urinary bladder dysfunction (e.g., increased voiding frequency, urgency and pelvic pain); however, the mechanisms underlying the effects of stress on urinary bladder function are unknown. Transient receptor potential (TRP) channels (vanilloid family) may be potential targets for intervention due to their dist...
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Bias exists in letters of recommendation, and it is reflected in the language used to describe and evaluate different candidates for countless opportunities in academia. Professional organizations are becoming more aware of this issue, and are pursuing avenues to address it. This paper discusses the type of information, that is, useful to have on h...
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Tribal Literature has always been a mark of human thought and identity. Each nation has rich ancestral writings and in India, Manipur tribal literature conforms the same. Its vibrant and aching writings ought to be recorded to preserve its accessible cultural identity and dictating folklores. Ancestral writing of the Zos is one of the intrusion thr...
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Kerala is a well-recognized ‘model’ of human development in the world. In this article, I look at a crucial aspect of this development, which is often approached in a positivist fashion of statistical aggregation alone: consumption. Instead, there is a need to study the meanings that surround it. I delineate the many forces, particularly the new ma...
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Concerns about the deteriorating mental health of university students have been researched and documented over the last few decades, and there is some evidence of an intensification of the problems as a result of the recent Covid pandemic and resulting lockdowns. The central thesis of this paper is that all such mental health problems are exacerbat...
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Early education is considered to be the period from birth to about seven years, despite the drastic body and mental changes of children during this period. It is the period in which the foundation of personality and social, emotional, intellectual, mental and cognitive development is built, when the basic behavioral patterns are formed. Children li...
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Aim The present study aimed to investigate the relationship between mindful eating and orthorexia nervosa (ON) among adults and contribute to establishing ON diagnostic criteria. Subject and methods In the current cross-sectional study, 105 women and 92 men (aged 19–64 years) were enrolled whose scores on the Orthorexia Nervosa Questionnaire-15 (O...
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The article discusses the educational consequences of the collateral nature of the Kashubian language in relation to Polish. The collateral nature is defined as the languages’ mutual intelligibility resulting from their formal proximity and the lack of political independence of the language community. Based on longterm field research and in-depth i...
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Resumo: Salvar o mundo é uma certeira e belíssima provocação para se pensar acerca da sua imperativa, possível ou inútil necessidade. Apoiando-me no conceito do físico quântico David Bohm de "ordem implicada", uma dimensão física subjacente ao mundo dos fenómenos defi-nida pela inseparabilidade da consciência e da matéria, e do valor heurístico que...
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The book examines the relation between art created during the so-called Revolution of Dignity–Maidan Events (November 21, 2013 – February 23, 2014, Ukraine) and the mission of the Maidan Museum (Kyiv, Ukraine) born from the ashes of Euromaidan, to preserve the ‘Spirit of Maidan’. The Maidan events, defined as the Maidanization process, produced a p...
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In an era of Anthropocene, habitat loss and species extinction due to anthropogenic factors, and the upsurge in animal exploitation force us to reconsider the “animal question” and relationships between humans and animals. All forms of animal abuse violate the subjectivity of the animals by othering them as objects who are mercilessly exploited. Pu...
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Introduction Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) could potentially facilitate consciousness improvement in patients with disorders of consciousness (DOC). The aim of this study was to investigate the therapeutic efficacy of tDCS on consciousness recovery for patients with DOC. Methods Eight databases were systematically searched from th...
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Purpose: To evaluate the long-term survival and functional outcomes of patients with prolonged disorders of consciousness (pDoC) 1–8 years after brain injuries. Methods: Retrospective study to assess the long-term survival and functional outcomes of patients with pDoC was conducted. We performed Cox regression and multivariate logistic regression t...
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The purpose of the study is to establish the propaganda strategies of the communist regime used while publicizing the events known as the Revival Process. The language used in a bulletin published in April 1985 and comprising auxiliary material for agitators, speakers, and lecturers, is analyzed. Two main propaganda strategies are highlighted which...
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In recent years, human beings have become more conscious of the changes taking place in the environment, climate and the world in general. More attention has been paid to the effects of the technological and industrial revolution on ecology and human health. This situation has led new researches to turn to renewable energy sources. This article pre...
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"Agrocyborg" is a scientific term, which meaning is formed at the intersection of biological-technical and cultural-philosophical concepts of construction and functioning of biomach system that enhances the physical capabilities of human through technical means, causally controlled by the correlates of private phenomena of his consciousness. Accord...
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A simple temperature dependence of rate changing a psychological time tps(tС) in human was suggested: (∂tps/∂Sps)=Dps·δТ, where Dps is some cоnstant, Sps is the psychological entropy, characterizing current human physical/mental state; δТ is the normalized body temperature δТ=(tС – tСn), tС – the now temperature and tСn – the normal temperature. Th...
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Objectives Surgical distractions are associated with worse patient outcomes. Lung transplantation and cardiac surgery’s multi-disciplinary nature, and their inherent complexities render them more vulnerable to distractions. We aim to use a novel distractions capture tool to evaluate the severity of distractions during cardiac surgery (CS) and lung...
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Critics of Rawls's A Theory of Justice frequently envision his original position as containing a human consciousness. Thus, the re- strictions Rawls introduces for this ‘individual’—the lack of particular circumstantial and personal information—is considered a potential problem. The very ways in which Rawls circumscribes the knowledge available in...
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We consider a class of Kuramoto models, with an array of N individual k-dimensional clocks (k > 1), coupled within a directed, range dependent, network. For each directed connection, a signal triggered at the sending clock incurs a (real valued) time delay before arriving at the receiving clock, where it induces an instantaneous phase reset affecti...
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Emotion regulation is an individual's way of consciously or unconsciously to maintain, strengthen or reduce one or more aspects of emotional responses in which there is an experience of emotion and behavior. Adolescence is a period of transition to adulthood whose emotions fluctuate and are less able to express emotions in the right way. Emotional...
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First, the author cites several definitions of deliberate ignorance and analyzes the concept in relation to related terms such as "voluntary blindness", "information avoidance" and "negative knowledge". Then he presents the six groups of motives distinguished by Engel and Hartwig, which may lead to the phenomenon of deliberate ignorance. The author...
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Background: The long-term effects of traumatic brain injury (TBI) with loss of consciousness (LOC) on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) markers of brain health and on dementia risk are still debated. Objective: To investigate the associations of history of TBI with LOC with incident dementia and neuroimaging markers of brain structure and small vess...
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Simulation and negotiation game design typically works from matching learning objectives to specific settings for delivery. Understanding how variables like student numbers, prior knowledge and available time and space for game play will look like is vital for producing efficient active learning environments. This paper demonstrates the challenges...
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The paper analyzed Ismail Raji al-Faruqi's (1921-1986) ideas on Islamic education and its significant impact on the Islamic world. It set forth to discusses the ideas of Islamization of knowledge (IOK) as envisaged by al-Faruqi through his works such as Islamization of Knowledge: General Principles and Work Plan, and Al-Tawhid: Its Implications for...
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In his Republic, Plato asks us us to consider a strange venue within which human understanding takes place, the Allegory of the Cave. Here I describe Plato's venue in contemporary terms, reinterpreting it in the "light" of recent observations on the nature of consciousness. ________________________________________
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Eritreans are currently forcefully conscripted into national service, which is indefinite and requires them to engage in tasks that are beyond a ‘purely military character’. These include economic development activities, work for private companies and even domestic work for their superiors, for which they receive little or no pay. Deserting or evad...
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The thalamus is a walnut-sized structure that is located in the brain which receives rich blood supply from posterior cerebral artery and its communicating branches. One of the unusual presentations is the infarction of artery of percheron. Hereby reporting a case of 68-year-old female with no known co-morbidities who presented to the emergency dep...
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The mechanisms underlying the subjective experiences of mental disorders remain poorly understood. This is partly due to long-standing over-emphasis on behavioral and physiological symptoms and a de-emphasis of the patient's subjective experiences when searching for treatments. Here we provide a new perspective on the subjective experience of menta...
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Spontaneous intracranial hypotension (SIH) is a highly underdiagnosed condition with a wide range of manifestations. Although SIH has traditionally been viewed as having a benign disease course, recent evidence suggests otherwise. In this case report, we present a 71‐year‐old woman who was previously treated with a tapered dose of corticosteroids f...
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In various papers we argued that (optical see-through) AR realized with smart glasses will become an everpresent wearable technology. It is against this background that we want to look at what is and what is not experienced by AR users as imperfect, inappropriate, incongruent, improbable, or impossible. All these concepts are related to “presence”,...
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Considering the rising plastic toy pollution and its damaging effects on the ecosystem, especially on children’s growth and development, the present study aims to assess buyers' attitude and intent to purchase green toys for children. The existing green literature has probed consumers’ behaviour towards several eco-friendly product categories like...
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“Non-duality” in Advaita Vedanta is totally different from “non-duality” in Buddhism because the former is discovered through Samadhi, while the latter is discovered through Vipassana. The essence of “non-duality” in Advaita Vedanta is nondifference of subject and object, and the unity of Atman and Brahman. The essence of “non-duality” in Buddhis...
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Human beings live in an environment that consists of various artifacts, such as physical or virtual tools, information systems, and social systems. With IT advancement, the wider the network of artifacts, the more autonomous they become. However, the ultimate goal of developing these artifacts is to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)...
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The consumers in the Indian society are vastly influenced by religion, societal values, belief system, and rootedness in the core tradition. These core values are strongly embedded in their sub conscious mind and sub-culture. Keeping in mind of the need of each set of customers, several FMCG brands are cautious about launching of their brands in In...
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Pashto landay is a great and delicious asset of folk literature that has not only gained fame and importance in the Pashtoon community, but is now emerging day by day as a good and beautiful poem in the field of international literature. Pashto landay of Pashto oral literature is a short and meaningful poem that is free from rhyme, but in terms of...
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Background Immediate whole-body CT (about 10 min after arrival) in an all-in-one resuscitation room equipped with CT has been found to be associated with shorter time to haemostasis and lower in-hospital mortality. The aim of this study was to elucidate the benefits of immediate whole-body CT after hospital arrival in patients with severe trauma wi...
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The purpose of this study is to investigate people’s preferences for the geographical distance between residential locales and two types of urban agricultural land, namely, traditional agricultural land and a more complex and intensive agricultural landscape called “satoyama” and to evaluate the heterogeneity in people’s preferences. The enhancemen...
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This is a small book (130 pages) that addresses the actual roots of suicidal ideation, and provides knowledge of the means to understand one's relationship with the concept of "a" self. The book is intended for anyone interested in the subject of suicide. However, I caution those who may be in the throes of addiction, clinical depression or other s...
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As a result of the Russian invasion of the territory of Ukraine, the buildings of Ukrainian cities were destroyed, and quite a few settlements of various categories were completely destroyed. One of these cities is the small Ukrainian city of Popasna - a working town of railway workers in the East of our country, which is now temporarily occupied b...
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Introduction: Eclampsia is a life threatening emergency condition that remains a leading cause of maternal and perinatal mortality. It is one of the causes of preventable maternal mortality. There are specific risks for the mother as this condition lead to seizure and may cause woman to lose consciousness and if the fetus is not delivered, this con...
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This research investigated the correspondence between a sample of Financial Management textbooks and professional learning expectations synthesized in the construct of Expectation of Use. To this end, a conceptual framework developed from research on professional practice was integrated with the theoretical perspective of commognition and the analy...
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New born care is a skill and requires common sense, confidence and sense of urgency without getting panic. Certain neonatal problems which are commonly encountered during in day to day clinical practice are mostly physiological, due to immaturity of organ /system in developing newborn and require minimum treatment. Mean while anxiety of parents is...
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From the point of view of urban agents, the city can be seen as an information system. In this article, we focus on the city as an information structure insofar as it is an experiential context. Therefore, we will not deal with the “analytical information” about city X that is available while being elsewhere. We will instead deal with the “experien...
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Background: Maternal hypotension is an unwanted consequence of the physiologic onset of spinal blockade, and causes both maternal and fetal effects. Maternal symptoms include nausea, vomiting, and a sense of ‘‘impending doom’’ from inadequate cerebral perfusion. Inadequate treatment of hypotension can ultimately end with the loss of consciousness a...
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Background Vasovagal reactions are common amongst patients with a fear of needles receiving injections or during venipuncture, but they are rarely studied in healthy people undergoing earlobe piercing. The purpose of this prospective study was to evaluate the incidence and the features of vasovagal reactions observed during earlobe piercing. Metho...
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Brain network analysis based on structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is considered as an effective method for consciousness evaluation of hydrocephalus patients, which can also be applied to facilitate the ameliorative effect of lumbar cerebrospinal fluid drainage (LCFD). Automatic brain parcellation is a prerequisite for brai...
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Childless older people face many challenges resulting from their lack of children that may have an impact on their subjective well-being, especially in a country where family ties are strong, and children are the main source of support. In this paper, we examine the coping strategies that childless seniors in Poland employ in order to mitigate vari...
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The study examined the relationship that exists between information literacy constructs and research support services delivery in Nigeria. The descriptive correlational research design formed the blueprint for the study while the study`s population comprised 301 librarians from University libraries in South-south geopolitical zone of Nigeria. Given...
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About one-third of everyone's life is dedicated to some aspect of their career, whether that's working, getting an education related to their career, or pursuing other career-related activities. The decisions we make along this chain of life and the impact the knowledge of death have on our decisions is something researchers are trying to unravel....
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Learners who are having trouble making ends meet are more prone to struggle with psychological disorders like depression and anxiety which may have a severe influence on their academic performance and potentially even their mental health. As a result, university officials and educators, as well as businesses operating in the job market, need...
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In Telling Our Stories: Continuities and Divergences in Black Autobiographies, I suggest that the overwhelming presence of the community is one of the major continuities in Black autobiographies of Africa, the Unites States, and the Caribbean. This focus on community manifests itself in terms of resistance, solidarity, and inclusiveness in the auto...
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This paper explores the use of the concept of ‘zakat’ to support the financial improvement of women from low-income households. It assesses the feasibility of remitting zakat over the M-PESA platform. M-PESA is a Kenyan mobile banking app that allows subscribers to send and receive money through their mobile phones without the use of the intern...
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The article deals with the issue of linguistic choice in the popular music of the Slovenian minority in Austrian Carinthia. The observation of multilingualism or language choice in minority contexts is multifaceted; it demonstrates the need to understand the embeddedness of these phenomena within space, history, politics, power relations, collectiv...
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Moving away from the basic ABC-type model of beliefs → thoughts → emotions → behavior that Albert Ellis developed, later researchers believed that its presentation was too simplistic. They felt that the link between an event and its products of emotion and behavior was more integrated and that a model that better accounts for the acquisition and pr...
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This paper explores from a qualitative and quantitative approach, the complex interactions between second dialect accommodation or acquisition, language socialization, ideologies, family language policies, and identity, among Argentinean immigrants living in Malaga, Spain (n = 72). We found that family language policies-and more specifically mother...
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Background Investigations on the risk factors for the prognosis of cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (CVST) are limited. This study aimed to explore whether specific inflammatory factors and coagulation indictors are associated with functional outcome in patients treated for CVST. Methods This retrospective study included 137 patients admitted to o...
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This chapter aims to discuss history curricula as educational projects in the Anthropocene epoch. Human activity significantly influences the Earth's climate and ecosystem. A lively discussion has debated how this insight should affect school and teaching, often focusing on sustainable development and interdisciplinary projects. In this article, I...
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This study investigates the environmental protection behavior of farmers in the Guanzhong Plain region and the factors influencing their participation, in order to improve the enthusiasm of farmers’ participation and promote the formation of “good governance” in rural ecological environments. Based on interviews with 295 farmers, the influence of p...
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As e-commerce continues to develop rapidly, customer purchase behavior is increasingly motivated by multiple stimuli. However, consumers often find that the perceived value is lower than expectation after impulse buying and thus are reluctant to repeat these purchases. This study explored how to stimulate repeat buying after impulse buying. On the...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has considerably impacted pedestrians’ perceived comfort in a public setting. The virus’s transmissibility and social distancing restrictions have resulted in a shift in pedestrians’ perceived comfort, with more pedestrians becoming more conscious of other pedestrians and the distance between pedestrians. The changes in pedest...
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Created for people with visual limitations, Willem Boshoff's Blind Alphabet (1990-ongoing) has already received extensive critical attention. Surprisingly, however, this literature has overlooked how those for whom the installation was created, experience and appreciate it. This article reports on a series of interviews with people who are blind or...
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Nutrition labeling on the front of food packages has been implemented worldwide to help improve public health awareness. In this randomized double-blind controlled trial, we used a Google Forms questionnaire to evaluate the effectiveness of nutrition labeling on food packages in university students. The questionnaire, ultimately completed by 247 st...
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Yoga is an age-old invention by several Great Sages and Seers of India. It was invented and enriched respectively by Sri Vasishta Rishi during ancient Rigvedic Period between 2000BCE-1500BCE through several Rigvedic Texts, thereafter as authored by Sri Kapila Muni (Born in Mithila, India) in 7 th Century BCE through his Sankhaya-sutras and Maharshi...
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In marked contrast to Husserlian “unities of sense” that structure consciousness around egoic ideal-meaning intention, contemporary phenomenology orders sense according to an excess of givenness – a surfeit of presence – that surpasses this intentional relation. But Emmanuel Falque argues that there is a resistance that precedes the phenomenologica...
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Mitochondria are symbiotic magnetotactic bacteria capable of magnetoperception and quantal perception. Mitochondria are therefore quantal organelle contributing to quantal perception of low level EMF and human diseases. The mitochondria are capable of fission and fusion forming networks and form the basic structure controlling the archaeal colony w...
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In this paper, the authors intend to evaluate the stand of critical thinking in Moroccan higher education. To delineate the basic issues surrounding critical thinking and its practice, this study went through a review of eighteen articles that took as their subject the teaching and learning of critical thinking in Moroccan higher education. This ar...
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Negawatt trading is expected to improve energy efficiency via the prediction of peak demands and power-saving requests. However, the amount of power saved by consumers is not stable. The accurate prediction of demands and making appropriate requests with respect to power saving are difficult obstacles that need to be overcome in order to attain use...
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The purpose of this research is to examine the impact of supply chain integration (SCI), demand for halal products (DHP), halal marketing (HM), process quality improvement (PQI), food safety concerns (FSCs), and health consciousness (HC) on sustainable product performance (SPP) in the halal food industry in Malaysia. A survey was conducted with 212...
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Organisations are consistently becoming more and more conscious about sustainability issues that are being raised on various platforms by regulatory bodies and other social activists. Digitisation of supply chains and other technologies like recycling has emerged as one solution that helps achieve sustainability goals by bringing more transparency...
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