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In this chapter, I study Moero of Byzantium as an important predecessor of later Hellenistic poets. I explore Moero's engagement with scholarly debate, analyse her detailed generic play, and close by considering her possible direct influence on the work of Callimachus and his peers. Moero appears to have foreshadowed key features of Callimachus' po...
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Does peer acceptance promote active academic engagement in early adolescence? The existing theoretical and empirical evidence seemingly supports this commonly assumed positive relationship, but extant research has sometimes shown that peer acceptance can create risks that potentially decrease youth proactive academic engagement. The present researc...
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Case: We report a case of quadratus lumborum muscle strain that occurred in a 16-year-old soccer player during a game. According to a video recording of the game, the injury occurred when the leg landed just after kicking the ball with the same leg while dribbling. The mechanism was suspected to be right lateral flexion of the trunk while the pelvi...
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Ideally, people with a migration background identify with the country and city they live in. Such identification is under threat from political discourse on migrants (i.e. othering). To stimulate migrants' identification, city governments brand their city as an inclusive place to live. We assess the effect of inclusive city branding and political o...
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Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) has witnessed increasing water scarcity and demand for additional water resources due to climate change. However, lack of information and access to irrigation scheduling decision support tools may limit smallholder farmers' ability to manage irrigation water efficiently for sustainable crop production. To overcome the compl...
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This edited volume explores core questions on education and transnational mobility in a time characterized by a global pandemic, recasting them through the lenses of regimes, experiences, and aspirations. The volume brings together 20 short essays in the form of letters addressed to the coronavirus and written by international students, together wi...
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This study examined the effects of a six-week preparatory training program on physical performance and physiological adaptations in junior soccer players. Additionally, we investigated whether a relationship existed between external and internal loads. Youth soccer players (aged 16 years old) from a youth football academy participated in six weeks...
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This study quantified average and peak external intensities of various basketball training drills. Thirteen youth male basketball players (age: 15.2±0.3 years) were monitored (BioHarness-3 devices) to obtain average and peak external load per minute (EL·min−1; peak EL·min−1) during team-based training sessions. Researchers coded the training sessio...
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Purpose. the relative age effect (RAE) is a widely reported phenomenon in elite sports context. However, little is known about its occurrence in other levels of practice, such as school sports. thus, this study aimed to investigate the presence of RAE on Mato Grosso state (Brazil) student-athletes participating in National School Games depending on...
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Purpose. The aim of this research was to develop a dynamic balance test and examine its reliability by comparing first trial results with the average and best ones from multiple attempts. Methods. Overall, 32 volleyball players (aged 11.3 ± 0.67 years) were investigated in 2 sessions (with a 14-day interval), each consisting of 3 trials of the modi...
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Studies have shown how social media, including Facebook and Twitter, are reshaping communication, news, and information. It is therefore important to explore the role social media plays in student protests and campaigns in order to determine to what extent social media allows participation and audience inclusion during #FeesMustFall and other conte...
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This qualitative study focused on employment barriers and opportunities faced by youths with albinism. Despite extensive legislation outlawing discrimination of persons with disabilities, persons with albinism continue to face employment challenges. The concept of othering informed the study. Forty-five participants were purposively sampled and int...
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Researchers strategically assess youth mental health by soliciting reports from multiple informants. Typically, these informants (e.g., parents, teachers, youth themselves) vary in the social contexts where they observe youth. Decades of research reveal that the most common data conditions produced with this approach consist of discrepancies across...
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Although researchers have investigated the association between education and crime, few studies have studied Sub-Saharan Africa, which has the lowest rate of youth enrolled in high school. Notwithstanding, some countries are paying attention to high school education, whereby specific policies often termed “cost elimination” are designed to facilita...
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This article discusses the response of Muslim youth to the conception of a child through in-vitro fertilization. The pros and cons among young Muslims were carefully evaluated. Data that were collected through questionnaires, interviews, and document reviews constitutes the basis of this article. Questionnaires consisted of two types of questions:...
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Historically, research involving Indigenous peoples has been the scene of power imbalances between Indigenous communities and researchers. Indigenous peoples have often been put in the position of passive subjects of research rather than participants or collaborators with agency, a situation that the current movement of decolonisation of research a...
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As one of the most youthful populations in the world, with close to 80% of its population under the age of 30, Uganda is grappling with initiatives for engaging youth in productive sectors of the economy. Agriculture is considered the most immediate means of catalyzing economic growth and employment for the youth. The Self-Help Groups (SHGs) Model...
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During the last decade, the policy efforts aiming to tackle the NEET situation (young people who neither study nor work) have increased dramatically in the European Union. Meanwhile, many studies challenged those policies, showing how they failed due to lack of understanding the NEETs. Thus, we analyse the factors that influence the appearance, mod...
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This study investigated how COVID-19 has affected the wellness of a group of Inuit youth leaders in Nunavut in the context of their involvement with an ongoing mental health research initiative, the Making I-SPARX Fly in Nunavut [I-SPARX] project. The study had three goals: (1) to understand how the pandemic has affected I-SPARX leaders’ perceived...
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Gaming has never been disconnected from reality. When we engage with ever more lavish virtual worlds, something happens to us. The game imposes itself on us and influences how we feel about it, the world, and ourselves. How do games accomplish this and to what end? The contributors explore the video game as an atmospheric medium of hitherto unimagi...
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Microfinance institutions (MFIs) are a prominent financial inclusion initiative in many developing countries. In Zimbabwe, however, less is known about microfinance borrowers, determinants of loan utilisation and borrowers’ repayment behaviour. Demonstrating that MFIs serve those who are economically marginalised and traditionally excluded from the...
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Evidence show that IGAD member countries are the most political unstable countries in the world. On the other hand, literatures on the subject reveal that youth unemployment contributes the most towards the political instability across the world. Nonetheless, investigation on the effect of youth unemployment on political instability particularly in...
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In recent times female Nigerian filmmakers have integrated an array of counter interventionist measures in their movies in a bid to undercut patriarchy’s narrative primacy. This study investigates feminist responses to toxic masculinity in critical and commercially acclaimed Nigerian films, revealing how three female Nigerian directors leveraged th...
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Background Education and training in global health and social justice is crucial to ensuring the next generation of health professionals are poised to tackle the pressing issues of our time. Objectives To develop and implement an intensive summer course on global health and social justice for high school students at the University of Southern Cali...
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There exists little quantitative data on longitudinal life outcomes, such as employment and wellbeing, for marginalized students who reconnect with learning via flexible learning. This article reports on longitudinal associations between satisfying psychological wellbeing at school and quality of life after school. Forty-one past students of a flex...
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Background: Numerous evidence-based trauma therapies for children and adolescents have been developed over several decades to minimize the negative outcomes of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). However, PTSD remains a complex construct and is associated with pervasive problems and high comorbidity. To gain more insight, much could be learnt fr...
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Given the dynamic nature of the ongoing pandemic, public knowledge and perceptions about COVID-19 are evolving. Limited transportation options, inconsistent healthcare resources, and lack of water and sanitation infrastructure in many remote Alaskan communities located off the road system have contributed to the experience of the COVID-19 pandemic...
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Assessing friends’ selection and influence effects on their behavioural similarity is a challenge in adolescent behaviour research. In the present article, I propose an evaluation method along with social network analysis to examine changes in friendship networks and behavioural pattern in order to identify the prioritization of selection and influ...
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The last two socioeconomic crises (2008 and 2020) in Spain have aggravated the precarious situation of the youth population in the labour market, reducing their chances of emancipation. However, the information that can be obtained from official statistics shows that the impact has not been homogeneous, affecting young women to a greater extent due...
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Young people's peer culture encompasses norms and conventions, shared interests and activities, and unique modes of communication. Mobile phone enabled and online media constitute an increasingly important part of young people's lives worldwide. This chapter explores how young people integrate their media consumption into their peer culture focusin...
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Sejarah artikel: The importance of a computerized system will save more time in managing ongoing business processes and produce accuracy in presenting data or reports to government institutions. The Cianjur Education, Youth, Sports Office requires a data management system for primary and secondary school supervision, namely an Information System th...
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p>Handedness (upper limb laterality) should be a cornerstone of motor skill development and sport performance in youth. However, many environmental and social factors affect laterality consolidation (LC) during development. It was our aim to analyze the influence of out of school sport practice (OSSP) on LC. 249 adolescents from the same high schoo...
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Dear Academics Young Wise Publishing, influential on the academic platform with 2 academic journals in the field of gifted education research and 5 academic journals in the educational sciences field, and 2 academic journals on music research journals, is proud to organize the 3rd ICGYSE2022 this year. We look forward to presenting your valuable a...
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This study addresses the perceived role of mosque education in the integration of Turkish–Dutch Muslim children in the Netherlands. It is based on interviews with imams, mosque teachers, parents of mosque students, chairs of migrant organizations, policymakers and experts (N = 75). Most respondents (N = 49) view mosque education as potentially aidi...
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Much research on migrants has focused on single individuals; however, the large-scale movement of people from one society to another often includes families made up of parents, their children and other relatives. Over time, these families and their members settle into their new society; they experience the process of acculturation and eventually ad...
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As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Latinx youth report high rates of negative mental health outcomes such as anxiety and depression. Similarly, research with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) youth have documented increased negative mental health outcomes such as depression and anxiety as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. H...
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Abstrak Membentuk akhlak remaja pada masa kini memerlukan pendekatan yang pelbagai, antara pendekatan yang perlu digunakan ialah membentuk akhlak melalui aspek Takhalli iaitu proses mujahadah untuk menyingkirkan sifat terkeji dengan menyucikan diri daripada najis dan hadas, menyucikan diri daripada dosa zahir dan menyucikan diri daripada dosa batin...
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This study aims to assess the perceptions about renewable energy among The Palestinian youth. The study aimed to find out the impact of gender, specialization, accommodation, and level of learning among these students on their perceptions of renewable energy. Data was collected a total population of 371; (140) male and (231) female youth students f...
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Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) is a frontline intervention for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms among maltreated children. Research suggests that active caregiver participation predicts positive treatment outcomes, but these studies are often based on the perception of the caregiver. Youth perceptions of the careg...
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Hamed Kioumarsi received his BSc and MSc degrees in Agriculture and Ph.D. from the University of Science Malaysia in 2004, 2007, and 2011 respectively. He then completed a second master's degree in Education (Applied Linguistics). He is an Award-Winning Author, Researcher, and Education Consultant. During the past decades, Dr. Kioumarsi organized...
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As proposed by Triplett in 1898 and evidenced by a recent series of lab and field studies, racing against other competitors consistently results in increased performance compared to when racing alone. To explain this phenomenon, we will explore the process of self-regulation, a process relevant to pacing, which is linked to athletes’ emotions and f...
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Adherence to national physical activity guidelines among youth ages 6-11 in the United States is low. The emergence of COVID-19 and the public health measures implemented in response may have decreased children’s physical activity even further. We conducted an online survey among parents of students attending Columbus Elementary School in Columbus,...
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Background Machine learning (ML) algorithms play a key role in estimating dental age. In this study, three ML models were used for dental age estimation, based on different preprocessing methods. Aim The seven mandibular teeth on the digital panorama were measured and evaluated according to the Cameriere and the Demirjian method, respectively. Cor...
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This article aims to discuss, through exploratory and bibliographic research, the relationships between the public and the private in the life of young people mediated by digital social media platforms. Initially, the article approaches the main characteristics of this population, and then throws light on digital social media platforms and their al...
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Background It is of great challenge to raise the public coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) related health literacy (CRHL) in impoverished regions due to the limits of poor infrastructure, large proportion of vulnerable groups, etc. However, those limits cannot be solved in the short term. Therefore, this study chose Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefect...
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Because no measure for sexual orientation-related rejection sensitivity (RS) for adolescents exists, we aimed to develop and validate the Sexual Minority Adolescent Rejection Sensitivity Scale (SMA-RSS). In Study 1, interviews with 22 sexual minority youth were conducted ( M age = 18.86, SD = 3.03). Based on these interviews, 29 scenarios were deve...
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Background Child sexual abuse (CSA) is a form of early-life trauma that affects youth worldwide. In the midst of the current COVID-19 pandemic, it is imperative to investigate the potential impact of added stress on already vulnerable populations. Objective The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of a multimodal treatment program o...
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Character strengths could effectively prevent negative psychological outcomes in adults. However, there was little research conducted among early adolescents. The present study aimed to explore character strengths that were independently related to fewer behavior problems in early adolescents. In total, 521 early adolescents (mean age 10.92 ± 0.04,...
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Background This study aimed to investigate the associations between parental marital quality, divorce, and sexual and reproductive health outcomes among Chinese young people. Methods The study included 51,124 students from a large-scale cross-sectional study in China from 2019 to 2020. The exposures were parental marital quality and legal marital...
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The impact of swimming on improving the health of young students. The article reveals the impact of swimming on improving the health of students in higher education. It is established that among the various areas of improving the health and quality of life of young people, especially students, swimming classes stand out. It should be noted that a c...
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This article looks at how the confessional system of government in Lebanon creates limits in younger citizens’ professional opportunities. These limitations are not directly implemented by the government system, per se, as this article will show. Instead, it is through it that the sectarian identification amongst the older generations became what i...
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Background The COVID-19 pandemic may affect the screen time of children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). This study aimed to examine the screen time of children and adolescents with ASD during a discrete lockdown period in France and identify risk factors for excessive screen time. Methods The study sample consisted of 249 ASD...
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Background Stigmatization attitudes among youths toward people living with HIV (PLWH) is still an issue and concern in Indonesia. The purpose of this study was to determine the regional disparities, levels of HIV-related knowledge, information, and contributions related to stigmatization attitudes among females aged 15–24 years in Indonesia. Metho...
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Background Flexibility is an important component of physical fitness for competitive and recreational athletes. It is generally suggested that flexibility training should start from childhood (6–11 years of age) to optimize joint range of motion (ROM) increases; however, evidence is limited and inconsistent. Objective To examine whether there is a...
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Objective Adolescents and youth constitute a significant proportion of the population in developing nations. Conventional survey methods risk missing adolescents/youth because their family planning/contraception (FP/C) behavior is hidden. Respondent-driven sampling (RDS), a modified chain-referral recruitment sampling approach, was used to reach un...
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There is a dearth of research examining Black adolescents' body image, with even less work examining gender differences or the influence of ethnic-racial identity (ERI) commitment. It is critical to understand how culturally relevant aspects of appearance beyond commonly measured ideals such as thinness and muscularity are particularly relevant to...
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Online dating has modernized traditional partner search methods, allowing individuals to seek a partner that aligns with their preferences for attributes such as age, height, location, or education. Yet traditional forms of partner selection still exist, with continued parental involvement in the matching process. In this paper, we exploit differen...
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The article contains a theoretical study, which reflects the importance of the studied theme from the perspective of the education of a prosperous society of a successful city. The main aim is for the modern architecture of multifunctional and attractive centers from the point of view of the built aesthetic form, of multiple interior spaces where t...
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Social media use is pervasive among youth and is associated with body image disturbance and self-objectification. The present study investigated whether a 3-day social media fast in a sample for whom social media is especially salient, female adolescent dancers, can mitigate such negative effects. Through an online survey, 65 pre-teen and teen girl...
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A transient, homeostatic transcriptional response can result in transcriptional memory, programming subsequent transcriptional outputs. Transcriptional memory has great but unappreciated potential to alter animal aging as animals encounter a multitude of diverse stimuli throughout their lifespan. Here we show that activating an evolutionarily conse...
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Little is known about how exposure to limited socioeconomic resources (SER) in childhood gets “under the skin” to shape brain development, especially using rigorous whole-brain multivariate methods in large, adequately powered samples. The present study examined resting state functional connectivity patterns from 5821 youth in the Adolescent Brain...
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Background Altered DNA methylation (DNAm) may be one pathway through which early-life adversity (ELA) contributes to adverse mental and physical health outcomes. This study investigated whether the presence versus absence of ELA experiences reflecting the dimensions of threat and deprivation were associated with epigenome-wide DNAm cross-sectionall...
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Studies focused on jumping performance in humans have so far investigated either its biological or sociocultural significance, with very little attentions paid to the inseparable relations of these two aspects in daily life of people. Integrating both ethnographic and biomechanical methods, this research investigated the biosocial features of the j...
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Background Whole-of-school programs have demonstrated success in improving student physical activity levels, but few have progressed beyond efficacy testing to implementation at-scale. The purpose of our study was to evaluate the scale-up of the ‘Internet-based Professional Learning to help teachers promote Activity in Youth’ (iPLAY) intervention i...
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Increasing evidence demonstrates that environmental factors meaningfully impact the development of the brain (Hyde et al., 2020; McEwen and Akil, 2020). Recent work from the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study® suggests that puberty may indirectly account for some association between the family environment and brain structure and fu...
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Introduction The basis of support is understanding. In machine learning, understanding happens through assimilated knowledge and is centered on six pillars: big data, data volume, value, variety, velocity, and veracity. This study analyzes school attendance problems (SAP), which encompasses its legal statutes, school codes, students’ attendance beh...
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The obstacles experienced by students with changing the learning system to online during the Covid pandemic caused student learning motivation to decrease. Even though learning motivation is an important factor that can affect student learning performance in class. The low motivation to learn as expressed by youth assisted by partners is caused by...
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Around the world trans and gender diverse people are marginalized and discriminated against in medical, psychological, and nursing care. This anthology is the first to address the current situation of this population in various global healthcare settings. The perspectives from 11 different countries give insight into the difficult experiences of th...
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[English title and abstract below] Die environmental humanities florieren auch im deutschsprachigen Raum, und Konzepte der neomaterialistischen Theorie finden mehr und mehr Eingang in populäre Narrative rund um Klimawandel und Ökologie. Das zeigt sich in Genres wie Nature Writing und Climate Fiction, die mit Metaphern von Verwobenheit (entanglement...