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The ability to construct new ideas or images.
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Aerospace Sciences is the combination of aeronautical and astronautical sciences. Aeronautical sciences deal with the whole field of flight of vehicles within the Earth’s atmosphere, and astronautic sciences with the flight of vehicles in space, beyond the Earth’s atmosphere. As there is a certain degree of technology overlap between the two fields...
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A new application case for my proposed new solo-display at CUHK New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library is verified as being organized between 22 May 2023 and 2 June 2023 next year. Different from the curatorial approach of "Floating Beyond Secularity and Fantasies" solo-display in 2021, this second attempt of solo-display is a response to what I have l...
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A new application case for my proposed new solo-display at CUHK New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library is verified as being organized between 22 May 2023 and 2 June 2023 next year. Different from the curatorial approach of "Floating Beyond Secularity and Fantasies" solo-display in 2021, this second attempt of solo-display is a response to what I have l...
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Education based on social issues has a long tradition in anglophone and francophone countries as well as in Italy and Ibero-American countries, although it has received different names according to the country or the time. Many articles have been written about how it is addressed and the different proposals considered in each context (Legardez & Si...
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Relationships between students in a school setting, constitute a basic influence on group's climate formation and on individual's development. The present experimental study, investigates the role of a creative movement / creative dance program on social relationships, of a 5th grade class' students. Data collected via pre-post structured interview...
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To successfully generate creative solutions, teams must reconcile inconsistent perspectives and integrate competing task demands. We suggest that adopting a paradoxical frame - a mental template that promotes recognizing and embracing the simultaneous existence of seemingly contradictory elements - helps teams navigate this process to produce creat...
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Resumo O som em produções audiovisuais é elemento essencial para que os fi lmes causem maior impacto e proporcione uma estética relacional com seus espectadores. Este breve estudo traz alguns levantamentos realizados em vídeos diversos que utilizam como proposta de processos criativos a técnica de foley (1), soundscape (2) e Música Ubíqua (3). 1. F...
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The clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR)-Cas gene editing technology has opened a new era of genome interrogation and genome engineering because of its ease operation and high efficiency. An increasing number of plant species have been subjected to site-directed gene editing through this technology. However, the applic...
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As an emerging interdisciplinary field in anthropology, enterprise anthropology (EA) has experienced five historical stages of development since its inception in the 1930s. 2008 marked the first year of internationalized enterprise anthropology, thus prompting the “fourth revolution” of anthropology. Since then, the sub-discipline of enterprise ant...
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Recycling coconut shell (CS) in creating coconut shell concrete (CSC) is one of the sustainable concretes produced. And it has proved that it is a creative idea to use the CS waste in the manufacturing of green concrete while also protecting the environment by reducing its landfills. Most CSC studies utilized river sand (R-sand) as a fine aggregate...
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PENDAHULUAN Indonesia merupakan negara yang majemuk memiliki keberagaman di dalamnya, berupa keberagaman suku bangsa, budaya, bahasa, warna kulit, kepercayaan dan agama hal ini menjadi warna perbedaan di tengah-tengah lingkungan masyarakat. Dengan adanya berbagai corak perbedaan sudah sepantasnya seluruh masyarakat untuk senantiasa bahu membahu unt...
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This paper describes the AI Holodeck, a co-creative software prototype that creates virtual scenes from the user input text, inspired by the fictional Holodeck virtual reality device from the science fiction series Star Trek. This application collects common-sense knowledge from annotated datasets and reference images. It uses this knowledge to pop...
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This paper sets out to disentangle the natural developments leading away from encoding semantic relations by inflectional case towards encoding them by means of prepositions, on the one hand, and the impact of the Attistic language ideology on the development of prepositions on the other. Our aim is to describe the major standardisation trends in t...
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This article argues that to disrupt legal education in a radical sense, students need to become acquainted with the art of worldmaking and the view that law is a “way of worldmaking”. First, I show that law is a cultural semiotic practice that requires decoding and, for that reason, demands a creative intervention by those that want to know, unders...
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Malevolent creativity refers to employing creative processes for one's own selfish gain, often combined with detrimental effects on others. Sex differences in malevolent or negative creativity are to be expected due to the established finding that males are higher in the Dark Triad traits. However, the only previous study of this issue, using a sam...
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Smart cities refer to place-specific collaborative systems where multiple actors collaborate to collectively address public problems. However, smart city initiatives regularly frame citizens as the weakest link, as passive consumers rather than active creative agents. This article argues that power imbalances between citizens and other organisation...
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This study examined personality antecedents of idea generation when pursuing either benevolent or malevolent goals. Specifically, 308 participants completed two Divergent Thinking tests. A malevolent divergent thinking test (MDT) in which participants generated ideas to inflict revenge and a benevolent divergent thinking test (BDT) in which partici...
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An interdisciplinary methods conference for early career researchers (PhD & Postdoc) in the fields of childhood and age(ing) research Both childhood and age(ing) research have gained momentum during the past decades, and have developed a range of conceptual frameworks and methodological approaches. However, even though both fields work on the 'marg...
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The Internet of Sounds (IoS) is an emerging research area at the intersection of engineering fields and humanities including computing , communication technology, audio signal processing, acoustic monitoring, music and arts. Although this research field is expected to have beneficial impacts on society through entertainment, creativity , well-being...
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This book explores the dynamics of international negotiations from the perspectives of researchers and practical negotiators. Reinforcing the idea that the study of negotiation is not merely an academic endeavor, the essays reflect the author’s lifetime experiences as a negotiation researcher and provider of analytical support to international nego...
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I am a student of BBA department in University of Creative Technology Chittagong doing research on Dietary Nutrition Required To Maintain A healthy lifestyle In BANGLADESH.This is the recharge proposal I am uploading. Our main objective is to To make people conscious about healthy lifestyle and gather knowledge about balanced diet food habit .
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Two studies examined the impact of a programme that used Creative Drama and Forum Theatre on the social, emotional, and ethical skills of student teachers. The first study qualitatively analysed 49 teaching conflict situations devised by 280 students. The second analysed the programme's effect on 626 students’ empathy and perception of their teachi...
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Textile Dyes and Pigments: A Green Chemistry Approach is a response to the many industries currently using conventional textile dyeing and pigmentation methods who are looking for sustainable green chemical options. It presents in 24 chapters the best possible latest textile dyes and pigments and discusses their importance in the field of green che...
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One of the pressing issues in philosophy of technology is the role of human creativity in human-technology relations. We first observe that a techno-centric orientation of philosophy of technology leaves open the role and contribution of human creativity in technological evolution, while an anthropocentric orientation leaves open the role of the te...
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Creativity has been identified as the future of marketing; at the same time, artificial intelligence (AI) is enabling more automation in this field. The theories and frameworks in the literature have not yet sufficiently explained the impact of AI on creativity in marketing. Hence, this research aims to advance theories on creativity in marketing a...
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We develop a computational approach to the analysis of cultural vibrancy and to the role of the cultural and creative sectors in the socio-economic organization of two districts of Western Kosovo, Gjakove and Peć. Our analysis is built on a geolocalized mapping of the cultural activities and facilities, and on the main socio-economic variables for...
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A module book makes all learning activities oriented towards achieving graduate competencies. In particular, the research objectives are following the following stages: 1) building an integrated Al-Quran biology teaching and learning module, 2) testing and evaluating the validity, sensitivity, and effectiveness of science teaching and learning...
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Improving water environmental carrying capacity (WECC) is pivotal to support water sustainability and continued economic development. The improvement pathways of WECC based on both subsystem coupling and driving factors have not yet been identified. Therefore, taking the Yangtze River Economic Belt (YREB) as a case study, this paper firstly constru...
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The background of the article is an interest in theories of learning and the metaphors of learning they build on and propagate. The basic argument is that the discursive construction of learning plays a central role in theoretical perspectives in research but also in discussions of societal issues in a wider sense. An initial observation is that cu...
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The importance of creativity for learning, an equitable education, and a competitive nation warrants a broader and deeper understanding of this topic, including how creativity is assessed. This review focuses on subjective creativity assessment, a popular assessment approach that uses judges’ subjective definitions of creativity, and examines its r...
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The purpose of this research study was to examine the contributions of three broad cognitive abilities to traditional analogies, two types of creative analogies, and general creativity. The three cognitive abilities were broad retrieval ability (Gr), crystallized intelligence (Gc), and fluid intelligence (Gf). Four hundred and forty-three sixth-gra...
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The use of dramatization as teaching/learning methodology, useful for the improvement of social, emotional, creative skills, and for the acquisition of knowledge on subject matters such as history, is an established field of research and practice. Yet, there are very few studies on children’s spontaneous dramatization in educational context and its...
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Discipline competitions are particularly important for talent training in Chinese colleges and universities, especially engineering majors, such as energy conservation and emission reduction technology competitions (material science and engineering, environmental engineering, etc.) that can be participated in by materials majors, smart car and elec...
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Creative cities tend to generate higher levels of innovation and economic growth as well as be vibrant places to live. Many cities in the world have adopted the creative city label to realise these benefits. It is not certain, and in fact disputed by authors such as Richard Florida (2017), that creative cities will also show high levels of inclusio...
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This research is concerned with how promoting creative writing amongst Emirati students throughout Higher Education in the United Arab Emirates led to female students' developing their confidence and independence. Through writing and seeing their work published, students became conscious of the uniqueness of their own contributions and of their own...
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In such an innovative and creative world organization roles relating to employee development is changing rapidly. To compete in this competitive world employee required to have accurate skills. With the help of these skills employees can perform their duties. To upgrade the employees with new skills becomes need of the society and the organizations...
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Although entrepreneurial intention has been regarded as one of the most important drivers of creativity, innovation, and performance in firms, a comprehensive framework that integrates the relevant influential factors has yet to be developed. Drawing on the theory of planned behavior and the social cognitive career theory, this study investigates t...
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This work is expected to gain a top-down understanding of various evidence of past logical investigations to understand how imagination drives government development in completing the capacity to serve the general public, especially the monetary sector, by utilizing innovation. The information we obtain relies on logical examination, beforehand fro...
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I am a nominee to continue my Ph.D. There is my proposal with what I apply to the Universities. My pleasure for your interest. My first Ph.D. is in Education.
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In this modern era, the essay writing techniques are required to be aligned with the sustainability in acquiring information through digital and virtual materials. In getting research results, which are innovative, creative, and critical, this research was conducted to measure the validity, stability, and consistency of essay writing structuring te...
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In this paper I examine the ethics of street photography. I firstly discuss the close-up ‘in-your-face’ style street photography made famous by American photographer, Bruce Gilden. In close-up street photography, the proximity of the camera to the subject and the element of surprise work in tandem to produce a striking and evocative picture. Close-...
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Visual metaphors deliberately deviate from the literal representation of an object. The resulting incongruity has the potential to be more engaging and memorable for the viewer and thus are frequently used as a design feature in advertisements. Recently, researchers have begun to more thoroughly examine the advantages that visual metaphors play in...
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In many advertising areas, banners are often generated with different display sizes, so designers have to make huge efforts to retarget their designs to each size. Automating such retargeting process can greatly save time for designers and let them put creativity on new ads. This paper proposes a hierarchical reinforcement learning-based (HRL-based...
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We invite scholars in critical theory, parapsychology, and related fields to submit a chapter proposal for an edited volume entitled, Paranormal Ruptures: Critical Approaches to Exceptional Experiences, which is under contract with Beyond The Fray Publishing. Traditional approaches used to investigate exceptional experiences, those strange and anom...
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Contemporary artistic practices favour the development of new cognitive skills, new learning, the acquisition of “soft skills”, namely the development of creativity, interpersonal relationships, “team spirit” and group work. These learnings are tools for personal enhancement and are powerful competitive advantages that promote social inclusion. “Ma...
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Drawing upon Bourdieu’s conceptualization of habitus, this ethnographic study explores the cultural bases guiding engineering makerspaces at a public university in the United States. Students carry forms of capital that impact their entry into these learning spaces, over time becoming disciplined in the “game” of makerspaces as they accumulate capi...
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The purpose of this chapter is to discuss the development of cultural competency and global mindset as a critical approach for providing high quality higher education and public administration services. The chapter investigates and critically discusses the main factors that lead to effective leadership practices within a multicultural working envir...
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Mythology is an enormous record of historical and cultural documentation of civilization. To portray the mystic wonders of myths in any literary piece in a creative yet persuading way, the writer needs to have a keen insight and deep intellect of that imaginary world. Girish Karnad, a leading contemporary Indian English playwright exercised myth as...
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This paper considers the role of grandparental childcare in explaining China’s extraordinarily high female labor market participation rate and low wage penalty. Using a novel and high-quality dataset combined with a creative new identification strategy, we find that grandparental childcare reduces young women’s drop-out from the labor market, espec...
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What does Diversity of Thought mean to me? Diversity of thought in project management can be seen as the process of incorporating workers from culturally diverse backgrounds in project workforce and also ensuring that diversity is an integral part of the project's business plan and crucial to successful projects. By doing so, views, ideas, contribu...
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During the past several decades, the previous studies have been focusing on the related theoretical issues and measuring tool of homework behaviors (mainly including homework time, completion, and homework creativity). However, the effects of these homework behaviors on general creativity remain unknown. Employing a number of questionnaires, this s...
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Community mental healthcare around the world has been strained as people need more help and experience more barriers to access due to COVID-19. The rapid shift to telehealth services necessitated by the pandemic has made these difficulties even more pronounced. While this transition presented challenges for nearly every healthcare system, it has pr...
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This paper explained the concept of re-energizing, creativity, innovation, capacity building and quality assurance in relation to Nigerian tertiary institutions. It discussed to use internal and external mechanisms to attain and maintain quality assurance in these institutions. The Paper also highlighted the Psychology of creativity and innovation...
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Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) over the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) has been shown to enhance divergent and convergent creative thinking. Yet, how stimulation impacts creative performance over time, and what cognitive mechanisms underlie any such enhancement, remain largely unanswered questions. In the present research, w...
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Building on cognitive appraisal theory of stress, we examined the direct relationship between the emotional labor strategies of employees (i.e., surface and deep acting) and outcomes (i.e., psychological strain and creativity). In addition, we investigated the indirect relationship between emotional labor strategies and outcomes via job stressors (...
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The article presents doubts/questions asked daily by innovators of various segments when designing products and services for which they only heard answers based on opinions and guesswork, maintaining a high index/rate of failures, and discouraging the managers-designers of the theme. In this article we offer a summary of the METHODOLOGY S.I.T. ®©-S...
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Data-driven design is a proven success factor that more and more digital businesses embrace. At the same time, academics and practitioners alike warn that when virtually everything must be tested and proven with numbers, that can stifle creativity and innovation. This article argues that Taleb's Black Swan theory can solve this dilemma. It shows th...
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This study seeks to point out the idea that the purpose of the analysis is to consider public policies related to elements that influence the development in a certain way. The future of the finances is digital: consumers and enterprises have begun to call on digital financial services. The market’s creative participants use new technology, and exis...
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Despite decades of research and education, sexual and gender-based violence remain distressingly prevalent on university and college campuses globally. The taboos associated with sex, gender inequity, and living in a patriarchal world where misogyny is glorified and criminalised are key socio-cultural determinants driving these forms of violence. L...
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This book aims to give all Ph.D. scholars admitted to different universities in India across disciplines a practical, hands-on, systematic method for conducting doctoral-level research and fostering scientific creativity in the conceptual, theoretical, and operational domains. This book stands out from the great majority of books on research method...
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In the context of globalization, consumers with multicultural experiences are increasingly involved in the process of value creation, yet there is a lack of understanding of how multiculturalism affects consumer creativity. Based on the dual perspectives of multiculturalism and loose-tight culture, this paper illustrates the mechanism of multicultu...
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The dynamic business environment requires continuous innovative adaptations by the organisation to sustain itself and grow. Thus, corporate entrepreneurship acquires particular importance. This study uses the Multi-Level Perspective to compare the transitions and links that lead to the development of entrepreneurial activity in the organisation. Fo...
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Fostering data visualization literacy (DVL) as part of childhood education could lead to a more data literate society. However, most work in DVL for children relies on a more formal educational context (i.e., a teacher-led approach) that limits children's engagement with data to classroom-based environments and, consequently, children's ability to...
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This academic work aims at introducing and analysing theoretical ideas that will form main doctoral thesis investigating definitions, metthodology, as well as interdisciplinary cognitive context relating to: Self-narrating embodied and enacted cognition, as well as our uniquely embodied and enacted cognitive minds. The working definitions, as well...
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, there were a lot of challenges encountered by students in learning statistics online that affected their cognitive attitudes. This study aims to evaluate the different determinants that significantly influenced the engineering students' level of challenge in learning statistics in the new normal with the aid of a struc...
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This study aimed to determine the influence of school principals' attributes and 21st Century Leadership skills on teachers' performance. The study is as follows. The teachers in the northern part of the National Capital Region are female, teacher I position, have rendered 5 – 14 years of service, and pursued higher studies after college. The teach...
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This study investigated the strengths of internal and external environmental challenges to the Green Innovation Strategy (GIS). This study tried, also, to observe GBIS’ predictive power of on Green Organizational Identity (GOI), Green Innovation (GI) and Green Creativity (GC). The researchers gathered the cross-sectional data from the top managers...
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The purpose of our research was to explore the impact of fine arts education on psychological wellbeing among undergraduate students through moderating role of creativity and self-efficacy. Art is the most effective medium for expressing human ideals, culture, identity, lifestyles, emotions, and societal experiences. Cross-sectional research was ca...
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This article addresses Bhaktamar Mantra Healing (BMH), a healing practice based on a popular Jain stotra. After a preliminary discussion of Tantra and Tantric elements in Jainism, BMH is introduced as the most recent layer in a complex tradition that grew around the Bhaktāmar Stotra and conceptualized as a “Tantric reconfiguration”: a relatively re...
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How to effectively stimulate employees’ creative behavior is a hot topic in the field of organizational behavior. Based on conservation of resources theory and substitutes for leadership theory, this paper discusses the impact of high-commitment work systems on employees’ creative behavior and the roles of employees’ wellbeing and CEO inclusive lea...
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Resumo O presente estudo deseja comprovar que ensinar a Matemática de maneira lúdica e construtiva leva a criança desde as séries iniciais ao entendimento do pensamento lógico, conduzindo-a a uma aprendizagem significativa, muito mais criativa e prazerosa, por ser feita através de jogos, debates e desafios. Retirando o modo apenas mecânico de apren...
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This article is centred upon seven new poems from my poetry project inspired by the women of Beowulf. To contextualise the project, the poems are framed with a creative-critical reflection on their genesis in my undergraduate Beowulf class, where I teach the original poem through modern translation, adaptation, and creative response. I discuss my i...
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More companies are using design to gain an advantage in today’s highly competitive business market. However, there are few empirical studies on its innovation impact on organizational performance. The purpose of this study is to clarify the relationship between the knowledge resources of companies, moderated by the degree of design activities, and...
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Assaritti, Scarazzatto, Assis. Este é um artigo de acesso aberto distribuído sob os termos da Licença Creative Commons Atribuição Não Comercial-Compartilha Igual (CC BY-NC-4.0), que permite uso, distribuição e reprodução para fins não comerciais, com a citação dos autores e da fonte original e sob a mesma licença RESUMO: Este artigo é resultado de...
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This paper used a comparative descriptive method to describe and compare the methods and techniques of translating Al-Qur'an in Indonesia focusing on its translations in Indonesian and Sundanese languages. The works under study were the commentaries made by the Indonesian Ministry of Religious Affairs (Kemenag) and Sundanese commentators of Al-Muni...