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In recent decades, rural tourism as a complementary activity of agriculture and animal husbandry has always been a factor in improving the economic conditions of rural residents. Based on this research was conducted to identify factors affecting the empowerment of rural tourism destinations. Data collection was done by using two methods of archivin...
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Emerging research is highlighting the importance of fostering artificial intelligence (AI) literacy among educated citizens of diverse academic backgrounds. However, what to include in such literacy programmes and how to teach literacy is still under-explored. To fill this gap, this study designed and evaluated an AI literacy programme based on a m...
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Climate change and uneven urbanization processes have intensified the occurrence and magnitude of disasters. The purpose of this article is to discuss the integration between the National Policy for Protection and Civil Defense and the empowerment of women and communities in Brazil, revealing the innovative potential of gender-sensitive disaster ma...
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CFP In today's world, where every second counts, and the technology superhighway is attracting everyone to its ever-expanding lanes, the study of humanities seems to have been relegated to the backbenches. The question that bedevils many is: is the study of the humanities – and English as a discipline – obsolete? Do we need to justify the study an...
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This paper assesses gender differences in the effects of adverse conditions at labor-market entry in a developing region. Using harmonized microdata from national household surveys for 15 Latin American countries, we build a synthetic panel of cohorts that potentially transition from school to work and observe their labor market outcomes 10 years l...
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Women’s economic empowerment is both a means and an end in international development. Following Sen’s definition of Development as Freedom (Sen 1999), economic empowerment is an essential capability to live the life one has reason to value and can therefore be seen as an outcome of development in its own right. Gender empowerment is also one of the...
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Background Healthy ageing (HA) has been defined using multiple approaches. We aim to produce a comprehensive overview and analysis of the theoretical models underpinning this concept and its associated normative terms and definitions. Methods We conducted a systematic review of peer-reviewed HA models in Embase.com, Medline (Ovid), Cochrane CENTRA...
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In the State of Kerala in India, the active role of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in diverse social service activities could prove beneficial to the overall development of the society in an equitable, balanced and sustainable manner. This is because of the fact CSOs focus on the poor and marginalised segments including women and seek to bring...
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The opportunity to encounter wildlife, especially endangered species, has long been a major tourism draw for countries around the world with demand continuing to grow. Yet direct evidence testing the underlaying assumptions of tourism as a wildlife conservation strategy has been more limited particularly where tourism benefits are assumed to “trick...
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Sejarah Artikel: Diterima Diperbaiki Disetujui The current digital era encourages competition in all fields. One of them is the service industry in the tourism sector, namely rail transportation. Under these conditions, human resources are required to run well in order to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of the KAI company. PT. EMPAT PUTER...
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Green HRM involves a variety of organizational policies, practices, and processes that encourage the use of environmentally friendly methods that could be advantageous to the individual , business, and the environment. Based on the systematic review of empirical articles collected from Scopus, the study identified and analyzed 31 empirical studies...
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Change always brings new things and new learning. Likewise, with the current VUCA situation where changes are mostly directed at customer needs, speed, accuracy, and sustainability and can create added value at any time, this is what characterizes the era of business/business competitiveness and services. The presence of technology and the Covid-19...
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The study aimed to investigate the relationship between transformational leadership and job satisfaction. In addition, it analyzes whether employee empowerment mediates the mentioned relationship. Data were collected from 228 employees of pharmaceutical companies in Jordan (Al Hayat Pharmaceutical Industries, Al Hikma Pharmaceutical Company, and Jo...
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The vast majority of farmers consider dairy farming to be a vital industry. India is the largest producer of milk and has the highest population of livestock in the world, with close to 57 percent of the world's buffaloes and 16 percent of its cattle. As is becoming more widely acknowledged, dairy firms might contribute more significantly to promot...
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This article will bring together the work of Soren Kierkegaard and John Wesley for the purpose of showing the relevance of their theologies for the empowerment of women. The particular focus will be on the doctrine of original sin. The paper will first address the question of why Augustine’s novel doctrine became the orthodox position and why his c...
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The purpose of this study was to explore how a select group of youth perceived and experienced empowerment about their participation in a micro-finance program. Micro-finance can be defined as a monetary lending system that provides people access to financial services to help them get engaged in sustainable income-generating activities. Youth empow...
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Educational institutions have been drastically affected by the pandemic, especially in terms of human resources, specifically their well-being. In this study, transformational leadership practices are seen to be an agent that may support the teachers as they face the challenges in adapting to organizational changes. This study determined the relati...
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Islamic banking is a multiple microfinance management business concept. By determining solutions and examining their methods for present and future microfinance management, the Kema Logical Organization Cycle and Tawhidi String Relationship technique seeks to identify any problems or restrictions in existing financial conditions. Islamic banks empl...
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Southeast Asia is a region that has a diversity of religions and ethnicities that inhabit it. The long historical process that this region has gone through has had an impact on the formation of the country's character and political policies. So that every country in the Southeast Asian region has a different view in managing the plurality of their...
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A good quality early education system is beneficial for all children and is, in particular, relevant for those who come from disadvantaged backgrounds, such as the Roma community that they bring to the fore in this work. The facilities must be of good quality, have adequate staff and be accessible even to families from disadvantaged backgrounds. Th...
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This study addresses the nature of citizen journalism in Palestine, with the chief aim of identifying its role in promoting professionalism, ethics, and objectivity, and empowering digital media, information accessibility, and democratization of media production. To this end, this study uses data from different universities across Palestine obtaine...
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The BOOST handbook ultimately serve as a practical tool for any youth organisation, youth worker and educational expert who is engaged with youth empowerment in both Europe and the world at large. It also channel vital information to multiple business organisations looking to develop transversal skills within potential employees across all sectors....
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Zakat in Islamic teaching has two perspectives,'worship of mahdah and social empowerment. According to some ulemas, zakat has upgraded the standard of the people's life. In the 'Umar ibn Abd al-'Aziz era, zakat was formatted as a capital for the poorman. The case of empowering the ummah became the important issue let alone many of them live in unlu...
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L'information a toujours été le nerf de la guerre pour le tourisme. Aujourd'hui, les avancées technologiques liées au big data et à l’intelligence artificielle permettent de capturer et de partager en temps réel, rapidement et de manière mobile une énorme quantité de données multimédia dans une grande variété de formats. L'émergence du big data app...
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Kidnapping now appears to be an emerging concern in Nigeria. Although, it is not a new phenomenon, it is as old as the word itself. The study assessed the socioeconomic implications of child kidnapping and abduction in South Western Nigeria, using Akure in Ondo State as a case study. This was carried out by identifying the factors responsible for c...
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Genebanking, the process of preserving genetic resources, is a central practice in the modern management of crop genetics, especially for the species used for food and agriculture. Closely interrelated networks of local, national and global actors are responsible for ex situ conservation. They all seek to make plant genetic resources accessible for...
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Waterlogging is a major problem in the southwestern region of Bangladesh; this study was conducted in the eight most affected areas in order to enhance agricultural production by applying Land-and Water-based adaptive and alternative Farming Practices (LWFP). The study was designed to support target (research) farmers by raising one part of their h...
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Structured intervention programs are an important resource for supporting people with substance addiction. Although evidence suggests that they improve health outcomes, such as specific symptoms, less is known about their impact on patients' ability to self-manage the consequences of substance addiction. The aim of this review is to scope outpatien...
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Artikkelen gir et innblikk i deler av det nasjonale forskningsprosjektet pARTiciPED Empowering student teachers for cross-sectorial collaborations with The Cultural Schoolbag (TCS) in Norwegian Schools (2021-2023). Mer spesifikt vises det i artikkelen til resultater fra lærerskolestudenters deltakelse i Den kulturelle skolesekken workshopen Teipora...
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Background Despite the progress in achieving gender equality to a certain extent, women are found to be more susceptible to health disadvantages compared to men in the older ages. However, research in the Indian context has mainly remained restricted to subjective health that heavily depends on the individual’s perception, which may affect the vali...
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This research relies on bifactor models to help improve our understanding of the dimensionality of the psychological empowerment construct. We also examined the configurations, or profiles, taken by psychological empowerment dimensions, and documented their stability over time as well as the associations between these profiles and theoretically-rel...
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Background: Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC) is an evidence-based intervention recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) to reduce preterm mortality and morbidity. The aim of this study was to explore caregivers' experiences of providing KMC in hospital settings and after continuation at home in Bangladesh in order to assess enablers and barrie...
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Purpose – To investigate the perceptions of female tour guides’ lower and top levels of management in travel agencies that misunderstanding Islam and its culture may play a role in the poor representation of women in the tour guide career. Methodology: A qualitative research method is employed, and semi-structured interviews were conducted with 32...
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Aim: This study aimed to examine the direct and indirect effects of workplace bullying on turnover intention using the serial multiple mediators of psychological empowerment and job burnout. Design: A cross-sectional study was conducted. Methods: A convenience sample of 506 novice nurses from five Triple A hospitals in China's S province from...
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This novel Klara and the Sun (KAS) analyses the human relationship with machines and its uncertain implications. Futuristically oriented, this novel provides insights into the amazing gifts of the machine/ robot who is expected to penetrate human life as a substitute for a real friend in a lonely, and, quite paradoxically, socially recluse world of...
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The purpose of this study is to examine the role of transparent internal communication from multiple communication entities within organizations—CEO, supervisors, and peers—in employees’ internal and external advocacy, respectively, with a consideration of the two mediators: employee-organization relationship (EOR) and employee empowerment. Results...
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Total Quality Management (TQM) is currently used at every level of education. The existence of the TQM concept can be applied as an alternative solution for improving the quality of graduates at SMAN 3 Pasuruan. The counselor also plays a very large role in supporting the implementation of TQM in improving the quality of graduates, because it can p...
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Background: The “Double Reduction” policy changed the education market landscape overnight in China. This study aimed to develop a strategic development model for the sports education market within the context of the “Double Reduction” policy. Methods: This study employed a hybrid model of SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) an...
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Hypertension is a disease that causes premature death especially among the elderly. However, the awareness and participation of the elderly are still low in efforts to control hypertension. Cadres and families have roles as companions for the elderly in carrying out activities, meeting daily needs, and providing access to good health services for t...
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The value of empowerment as a central concept for social work implies the potential benefits of measurement to understand how this value is materialised in social work. The way in which instruments are developed and constructed impact their quality. With regard to the complexity of measuring empowerment, this article aims to provide insights in exp...
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ORCID iD-https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5309-9372. Abstract The social empowerment is necessary like economic empowerment, empowerment of women and children. It means empowerment in the social concept and removing the social barriers from the society like social problems and it leads to social awakening also. It also includes the empowerment of women...
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The present study was conducted in Kalahandi district of Odisha. Date was collected from 4 FPOs selected randomly, and from each FPO 5 per cent of the total member farmers were selected by following proportionate random sampling in this way total 123 farmers were selected. Ex-post facto research design was followed. The study revealed that majority...
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The progress of the country can be measured by the education of its people and their living standards. Renowned for its cultural diversity and integrity, India is quite famous in the international community, growing fastest in several areas, be it economic development, democracy, advancement, infrastructure, etc. India is setting new examples for t...
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Modern communication networks and digital control techniques are used in a smart grid. The first step is to classify the features of several communication networks and conduct a comparative investigation of the communication networks applicable to the smart grid. The integration of distributed generation has significantly increased as the global en...
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Organic farming is the key to agricultural sustainability in the future, but farmers have not implemented it much. This study aims to determine the application of technology in organic rice cultivation to farmers in the Sri Jati Kalurahan Jatisarono Farmer Group, Kapanewon Nanggulan. This research uses descriptive qualitative with observation and i...
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he introductory chapter discusses key theoretical concepts upon which the book develops, such as the meaning of integration and inclusion, broadly understood but also with reference to the labour market and to the wider social context. Hence it reflects on how different labour outcomes affect empowerment and participation as key aspects of newcomer...
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This article is purposed for breaking the stereotypes against women which cripple their empowerment. It further corroborates the idea that no one should succumb to the pressures of society for the norms it constructed especially for women, and that each is a standard of her own - a standard to embrace every single day and dote on for a lifetime.
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Under the dual background of global industrial value chain and low-carbon emission reduction, the green transformation and upgrading of the manufacturing industry is an important way to promote production and promote sustainable economic development. Considering that the green transformation of the manufacturing industry is a typical complex adapta...
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Gender inequality remains a prevalent global concern and has been identified as a significant contributing factor to the occurrence of child marriages. Child marriage is a serious human rights violation that has significant socio-economic effects on children, families, and communities. This study aimed to identify key determinants of child marriage...
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Background: Adults with intellectual disability are at higher risk of being administered psychotropic medications. The UK-developed SPECTROM (Short-term PsychoEducation for Carers To Reduce Over Medication of people with intellectual disabilities) training programme educates disability support workers on psychotropic medications and alternatives t...
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Introduction Teachers have a key role in their students’ educational inclusion processes. Numerous variables influence their professional work and determine how they approach teaching. Methods In this study, 574 teachers teaching non-university educational stages in the Autonomous Community of Castilla-La Mancha were queried about their knowledge...
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Nuclear power is perhaps one of the biggest keys to empowerment for any country. In fact, nuclear power has been the backbone of the international superpowers like the US and USSR since the 20th Century. Alongside its merits, nuclear power carried some demerits propping on it. One of the biggest amongst all was the Chernobyl nuclear cataclysm that...
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The South Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation initiative began as a grassroots effort to study the South Atlantic Ocean and its impact on climate. In striving towards this goal, it has also become a platform for the empowerment of women and international scientists. The South Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation initiative began as a...
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Regional digitization became an important driving force for high-quality economic development. Digital empowerment can effectively balance factor supply and demand and promote high-quality economic development. This study selects a sample of Chinese cities from 2011 to 2018 to investigate the association between regional digitalization and high-qua...
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Psychological therapies are effective for managing multiple sclerosis (MS) symptoms such as depression, pain and fatigue. Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), mindfulness and other theory-led approaches have been applied and were found to have moderate effects. The present study adopts a patient-led approach to investigate people with MS' (PwMS) ex...
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This conference aims to broaden our understanding of various aspects of information and communication technologies (ICT) and information systems (IS) in the context of innovations in sustainable development. The primary focus is on emerging age-based digital divides that are also detectable in the labor market, violated – due to broad technology de...
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Poverty is a global problem that is not only about material deprivation, but also a lack of agency and power. A Kantian response, with its focus on supporting the conditions of agency and empowerment, seems well suited to providing individuals with normative guidance on what their obligations are. The problem is that the guidance one finds within K...
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Gender inequality remains a prevalent global concern and has been identified as a significant contributing factor to the occurrence of child marriages. Child marriage is a serious human rights violation that has significant socio-economic effects on children, families, and communities. This study aimed to identify key determinants of child marriage...
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The mangrove conservation program is one of the measures to address climate change at the village or community level and is the most effective and sustainable. For it entails a community participatory approach and is anchored on the participation of the private sector, and people’s organizations. Bayabas, a coastal municipality of Surigao del Sur,...
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Background Foodborne diseases (FBDs) are a major public health concern in both developed and developing countries, as they comprise a broad spectrum of diseases and account for a significant proportion of morbidities and mortalities worldwide. In Ethiopia, the food and drinking establishments contribute to the incidence of foodborne diseases often...
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Citizen science (CS) within sustainable tourism is an underutilized tool for biocultural conservation. The aims of this research integrate conceptual and applied approaches to situate post-positivist and interpretive paradigms within CS and sustainable tourism. The aims are fulfilled by the creation of the new Civic Reporting Indicators (CRIs), dev...
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This study aims to explain the advocacy strategy through the non-litigation process in the context of reforming the judicial process in Indonesia. Mediation in court is an institution and empowerment of peace (court connected mediation) with a philosophical foundation that is Pancasila which is the basis of the Indonesian state, especially the four...
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Debates on the gendered effects of universal basic income (UBI) tend to bifurcate into two opposing views. On the one hand, UBI is seen as a strong incentive for women to stay at home and be permanently locked into their care responsibilities. On the other hand, UBI is seen as a tool for empowerment, increasing women’s autonomy, fortifying their ca...
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With the increasing attention of the capital market to environmental, social and governance information, sustainability reporting has become an important carrier for stakeholders to gain insight into sustainability of companies. But the emerged "greenwashing" problem has also brought haze to the value creation of capital market. To study the conseq...
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Nature is a source of inspiration, education and scientific knowledge, but also a means to climate adaptation and urban quality improvement for more liveable cities. Yet, recent literature has shown how access to nature is, often, not equitably shared within communities and is driven by demographic and socioeconomic conditions, such as population d...
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Peasant women are a human resource asset that is very important for the development of a region. Empowering women in conflict areas due to resource competition is expected to be one of the conflict resolution strategies. In Baluran National Park, the empowerment of peasant women has an opportunity to reduce conflict tensions due to competition for...
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RESUMO A promoção da saúde é uma estratégia de cuidado da Atenção Primária à Saúde (APS) que deve entender a saúde como dinâmica sócio-histórica atravessada por determinantes sociais. Além disso, a APS tem o intuito de promover a qualidade de vida, reduzindo vulnerabilidades e riscos à saúde relacionados com os seus determinantes e condicionantes....
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Despite the existence of evidences on women’s income generating activities (IGAs) as a key way to promote their socioeconomic empowerment and gender equality that in turn has linkage to food and nutrition security, women in rural Ethiopia yet face exclusion based on the socio cultural norms of patriarchy that deprives their access and better partic...
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Objective The aim of this study was to investigate the knowledge and attitude regarding advanced cardiac life support among healthcare workers, 2022. Methods A cross-sectional study was conducted from March to May 2022 among healthcare workers who were working in Felege Hiwot Comprehensive Specialized Hospital Bahir Dar, Ethiopia. All physicians a...
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Plain English Summary Although female entrepreneurs are still discriminated against compared to their male counterparts in academia as well as outside, in terms of resources as well as business preferences, we demonstrate that university support is beneficial to female academic entrepreneurship with respect to other forms of female entrepreneurship...
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Social impact is complex and requires a multi-faceted approach to youth development. Hence, it is a comprehensive and all-inclusive process, and approach. This article highlighted the urgent need for youth service-learning activities in Saldanha through partnership agreements between secondary and tertiary educational institutions. The alignment of...
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Objective: Sports mass gatherings of people pose particular concerns and place an additional burden on the host countries and the countries of origin of the travelers. It is imperative to identify how countries dealt with various communicable diseases in the context of previous world cups and identify possible advice for protection from outbreaks....
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Introduction The social and emotional health of youth is important, especially after students experience the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of this study was to understand the influence that the Believe In You Student Empowerment Program had on students social emotional learning (SEL) behaviors over a 10 week period during the COVID-19 pandemic. M...
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The experience of power dynamics for five Irish supervisees attending transdisciplinary workplace supervision was explored through in-depth interviews and analysed using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA). Three superordinate themes were identified: Struggling to find my place in the organisation; Navigating through vulnerability; and C...
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The problem of stunting can be immediately overcome by optimizing the local food sources. The purpose of this community service is to optimize the use of agricultural products as nutritious food through Posyandu Plus with an agronursing approach. The approach taken in this service is through participatory action research in Patemon and Bedadung Vil...
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Self-help groups are small voluntary group of women that have a positive impact on women social, political and economic life. It is considered as one of the essential tools of rural development. Empowering women is the solution to many social and economic problems. Socio economic progress of the women is the mainstream of national development and p...
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Against the backdrop of a perceived crisis of democracy, governments around the globe have extended citizens’ opportunities for public participation. Due to the increasing routinization of participatory processes, a vibrant participation industry has emerged where Professional Participation Practitioners (PPP) sell their services and knowledge to p...
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Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) are one of the most serious diseases in the world and in Indonesia. WHO shows that in 2019 there were about 38 million people living with HIV in the world. HIV cases in Indonesia have experienced a rapid increase in the number of cases every year. Based on data from t...
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The problem of the paper focused on the role of the learning organization in the crisis management strategy, and the extent of the actual interest in both the learning organization and the crisis management and aimed at diagnosing and analyzing that and surrounding questions. The Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) program was used t...
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People cannot be separated from their characteristics, including age and education, as they are embedded in the person. These characteristics impact their personalities includinh their psychological empowerment, and attitudes toward change of the people in the organization. This research aims to identify the impact of age and educational level on a...
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تهدف هذه الدراسة لتمكين ذوي الاحتياجات الخاصة في المجتمع، وذلك من خلال برامج تحفيزية وأطر تنموية مدعومة من منظمات إنسانية تطوّر من مهاراتهم وتجعلهم يتطلّعون للأفضل ويعتمدون على أنفسهم ويتساوون مع أفراد المجتمع الذين يتجاهلونهم أحيانًا. وستبين الورقة أهمية هذه الفئة في المجتمع وخصوصيتها المختلفة عن الأفراد العاديين حتى صار الناس يعبّرون عنهم بمصطلح...