Questions related to Modernization
I am looking for papers about the effects of modernization of irrigated areas (for example by means of drip irrigation) on total evapo-transpiration of fields. Any suggestions on papers are welcome.
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Technology becomes fundamental for the modernization of productive systems, the area of services, medicine, among many other important areas for society. For the professional to be prepared for modernizations, innovations, among other things, schools and education systems that are also capable of preparing him are needed. In a reality such as that of Brazil, where there are still schools without an adequate structure for what is considered conventional teaching, how can access to technological resources be made available? There is a lack of adequate classrooms, adequate teaching material, laboratories that, when they exist, do not include updated resources, not to mention libraries with little or no collection. How to implement a teaching plan that prepares the student for the job market based on the proposal of industry 4.0? What skills and competencies will be considered essential for this new market? Will schools be prepared for this? And the teachers, were they trained? Are you interested in this proposal for IoT, Machine Learning, among others? Will we have areas of society where automation and technological intelligence will not be paramount?
There are certainly several issues that somehow need a more critical look, as the future of some regions may depend on that.
Those of you who are reading my concern, how is the reality in your region?
Hello to all!
Recently, I am researching on the changes in urban jobs (modernization of jobs, replacement of new jobs with old ones, developing online and smart jobs, etc.) and its impact on the formation and morphological changes of cities.
My problem is that despite a lot of searching in books and articles (especially in google scholar), I haven't yet been able to find appropriate sources for this research.
What do you suggest to me? also im wondering if you know any appropriate articles related to this research, may you introduce to me? Even interduce the important researchers who have done research in this field?
Thanks in advance for your help
seeking your valuable suggestion and guidance for technological modernization using information technology.
Our plan is to create a forum / IT club internally.
The Club members are from different departments/ units.
The members shall collect innovative ideas/enhancements in existing systems/technology modernization projects from their team and form a plan of action.
these plans are reviewed by the IT and management team and set the priority by various factors.
once the projects get approved by management, the core team member shall head the implementation under the guidance and technology support from the IT team.
once the projects getting completed, the core member shall hand over the project to his team for business use.
similar to the above, I would request all of you to contribute your thoughts for finalizing the topic.
Are there any structural factors in the different regions that could define idoneity for this type of collaboration? Are you willing to explore them?
While all the sectors getting improved worldwide, what is the reason of the farmers be run down from their states even though food is our daily essential.
I am intrerested in modern interiors, history of them, design understanding.
I would like to study about the modernization processes and changing interiors, how they were affected by the movements of the period.
General observations reveal that the built environment in our traditional settlements have undergone major transformations in the past few decades ,where scientific and technological advancements has been one important factor for the transformations with respect to architecture. The rapid ‘modernization’ as we call it, has often led to clashes between the traditional values and the new imported ideas.
Aishwarya Tipnis in her book 'Vernacular Traditions Contemporary Architecture (2012) mentions that when buildings (traditional) fail to meet the basic requirements of contemporary standards, conflicts arise and often lead to redundancy , vacancy and overcrowding.
My PhD research is an attempt to investigate such conflicts wrt traditional and contemporary architecture. The attached images are from case studies in India. But how do we study a conflict with respect to architecture?
Please share your views and also links to any research papers, journals, books etc related to the topic.
what do you think about the modern definition of rape law (according to which 'no means no' that makes every nonconsensual sexual act a punishable offense)?
Can you indicate the case from practice which confirms that modernization of rape law is absolutely necessary and old definition cannot cover all socially dangerous action that harms sexual autonomy?
Transformation is an agrarian process. It has been changing due to various reasons such as modernization, adaptations, climate change, social change, technical change and so on. The process may be change from country to country.
Ever increasing population, urbanization and modernization are posing problems of sewage disposal and contamination of surface waters like lakes. Species and habitat dynamics in the face of climate change are complex and have many aspects. Increased temperatures and CO2 concentrations will have an effect on different processes such as photosynthesis, respiration and decomposition and generally speed up these processes. Climate-induced changes in ice cover period, thermal stratification and nutrient availability and longer growing seasons affect species composition and food web structures.
the importance of urban agriculture is to achieve food security for the urban population as well as to improve the city's environment
I have been in the Military Defence Institute in Bangkok where I had some briefings about the actual situation either internal either in the borders.
Thailand is a key country for US control of the region and actually with the intentions of China expansion. It seems to me that will be a very big effort to have strong and modern Armed Forces without a full US help.
I would be very interested in reading your publications related to measuring health and safety/ quality/ operations management performance - especially those related to recommendations for modernization of performance metrics to include more proactive measures.
In India where labour availability is cheap, conventional construction methods are very well developed.
Is mechanization a viable option considering employment to labours?
Is technology like Maywan shuttering a good replacement option to conventional shuttering?
Which mean traditional is better then modernization for keeping our identity without change. Or we can change but respect our traditional. Or we respect and like the modernization and neglect the old traditional way.
Someone has models for GAMS for Water Pricing Policies?
I´m working with two cases in Ecuador, but there is not possible to apply market of water. So the application of water pricing policies go for modernization of the agriculture.
The transhumant pastoralist all over the globe are making their livings on raising of livestock. But, it is found that their number is declining in recent days due to changing living conditions, impact of modernization as well as the changing environmental conditions. I particularly refer to the transhumant Brokpas of West Kameng and Tawang districts of Arunachal Pradesh, India. The number of these people is in declining trend in recent decades and thereby the number of livestock especially the yak population is also declining. The improved living conditions and the likelihood of living the lifestyle of neighbouring people has influenced them to change this arduous occupation...There may be number of factors responsible for their declining population which needs to be discussed at large. Hence, anyone who is working on such transhumant pastoralists may ponder upon.....
I am doing a research on the implications of developments on traditional cultures and I need some help from any other researchers.
How could you explain the difference and similarity between "reforms" process and "modernization" process in public administration?
Modernization and Postmodernization presents an interesting and quite cogent theory about the congruity of change in economic, social, political and cultural factors, and about the path of development.
How we can adapt the curriculum to this kind of needs and especially for social development?
That is what a government can do, so that in the public sphere are discussed in more serious social problems?
Often, in many countries, issues are treated very superficially in the media by people who have not the vaguest idea about it.
All ideas are welcome to try to build a methodology of discussion for the media and it has some social meaning.