June 2016

  1. Rohana Syamsuddin
    The purpose of this research resulted in a model reading Instructional materials for first grades of Elementary students use contextual approach in the form of textbooks and worksheets. This book is very helpful teachers and students to achieve this goal, researchers used a model of development: (1) pre-development through literature studies,...
  2. Yoeung Sothan, Li Baoku, and Wu Zheng Xiang
    The purpose of the study was examined the significance of the influences of commitment-based HRM practices, leader-member exchange (LMX) on knowledge sharing and employee creativity. The study was conducted on 17 hotels operating in Cambodia. Based on “personal interview” technique, 342 dyadic data were collected from managerial and non-managerial...
  3. Raquel M. Tolentino
    Poor economic backgrounds of special need students pose a huge challenge on the academic performance of these students and it is evident that such students perform poorly than their peers. This literature addresses the impacts of poverty on the academic performance of special needs students and the impacts of inclusion, cooperative learning, peer...
  4. Somya Gupta
    The capabilities approach is a list of capabilities based on an individual’s ability to ‘function in a fully human way.’ This strand brings the approach closest to a narration of the various virtues of which only a human being is capable of, and not an animal or a beast. These virtues are essential for ethical progress, a move which also alienates...
  5. Gergely Hajdú
    When the Lisbon strategy was formulated in 2000, the US appeared for the EU (then EU-15) as the shining example of a competitive mature economy. Its employment rate became the target for the EU for the year 2010 and the ambition for the EU was to overtake the title “the most competitive knowledge economy in the world’’ from the US.
  6. Raed W. Jaradat and Abdullah K. Shehabat
    The main purpose of this paper is to help disseminate thoughts from literature that supports the notion that war is savage and cruel in a way that makes war-decision makers abhor warfare. This paper investigates the way war is depicted in two major English and Arabic poems. Although the poems belong to two different yet remote cultures, there is a...
  7. Otabek Khasanov
    Over the years after independence, Central Asian countries have undergone serious transformations towards building of a democratic state. Legal and institutional foundations of the parliamentary oversight have established with the aim of ensuring rule of law and greater transparency and efficiency in public policy. Although the concept of ‘...
  8. Najma Nikkath, S. and Samuel Selvaraj, R.
    In the present paper, We use the rescaled range(R/S) analysis to estimate the Hurst exponent of PM10 data of Chennai region .The Hurst exponent, H, is a self-similarity parameter that measures the long-range dependence in a time series, and provides a measure of long-term nonlinearity. It is found that the behaviour of PM10 aerosol of Chennai is...
  9. Dr. Anitha, M.
    There are several senses in which the health of women and girls can be considered as the basic indicators for the health of the society. Precisely because of gender discrimination, the health conditions of females generally tend to lag behind those of males, and therefore absolute improvement in these conditions is a reasonable indicator that the...
  10. Dr. Anirban Roy
    Forest is considered as a storehouse of immense valuable materials and services. Yet, timber overshadows all other forest resources in people’s mind perhaps due to its wide acceptance in economic field. Resources like fruits, barks, tuber, honey, leaf, fodder, feather, skin and particularly the medicine supplied by the forests can generate huge...
  11. Gadde Omprasad
    The modern day-to-day activities are solely dependent on electricity. Economic development and electricity are interlinked. Besides playing a crucial role in enhancing the agricultural production, its contribution to social sector is immense. It also covers both the domestic and productive uses. It is an important ingredient for technological...
  12. Héctor Sevilla Godínez
    The paper is a critical analysis directed of conceptions about the human being proposed by humanistic psychology and by the United Nations. It is shown that the anthropological idea that sustains them is centered on an ontological paradigm centered on the being; in that sense, the article proposes an inverse ontology, centered on Nothingness, from...
  13. Sangita V. Dumore
    For development, there is a need to work together from all sides. There are many social project initiated by government for solving the problems in particular area. Government requires land for developing social initiative projects, construction of roads and for dam purpose. In this requirement there in a need to settle villages or people those...
  14. Menicagli, R.
    Introduction and Objectives: Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma (NPC) has been shown to be highly associated with Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) infection. Its incidence is higher in Chinese populations living in southern China, Malaysia, and Indonesia due to particular ethnic genetic polymorphisms. Anyway, the cancerogenesis activation happens only after the...
  15. Asha, R. and Avila Thanga Booshan, S.
    Chromium has been widely used in various industries like textile, leather, paint industry and many other industries. Since hexavalent chromium is a priority toxic, mutagenic and carcinogenic chemical when present in excess, it is very much required to remove chromium from effluent before allowing it to enter any water system or on to land. In the...
  16. Meenu Srivastava and Shikha Dashora
    The present investigation was undertaken to assess existing clothing pattern and satisfaction level of elderly women residing in Udaipur city by using survey method. Random selection of 40 elderly women in the age range of 65 to 70 years from Mathushree mahila club and Varishth Mahila Prakoshth of Vigyan samiti, Udaipur formed the sample. The data...
  17. Swain, P.P. and Das, S.C.
    Our country India is the largest producer of banana (Musa sapientum ) contributing to 27 % of total world production and so annually large amount of banana pseudo stem containing nearly 62 % cellulose fibers are left unused on the plantation floor to serve merely as organic manure. Thus it is relevant, important and also economically profitable...
  18. Ramzi Tej
    La seconde moitié du XIXème siècle était considérée comme étant la période la plus volatile dans l'histoire de la Méditerranée, en raison des fluctuations successives après l'intensification du conflit à propos du principe de la souveraineté maritime entre les puissances européennes afin d’imposer la domination absolue sur les...
  19. Taha Shawi Morad, Ammal Esmaeel Ibrahim and Shatha Mahmood Hasan
    Tamoxifen is a sold under the brand name Nolvadex among others, is a medicine that is used to inhibit breast cancer in women and treat breast cancer in men and women. It is also being studied for other types of cancer. The study included 36 female albino rats divided to three groups the group A include 12 female albino rats whom treated with 20 mg...
  20. Hari Babu, A. V., Sandeep Kumar, J. A., Ramesh Kumar Babu, S., Subba Rao, D. R. and Sudhakar Reddy, M.
    When a liquid is in contact with a surface maintained at a temperature above the saturation temperature of the liquid, boiling will eventually occur at that liquid-solid interface. Conventionally, based on the relative bulk motion of the body of a liquid to the heating surface, the boiling is divided into two categories; pool boiling and...
  21. Nguyen Thi Lan, M.A.
    Purpose : To share the experiences and challenges faced by the researchers in building standardized tools for subject cataloging work. Design/methodology/approach: This research used analyzing literature, observation, statistics methods to figure out the cataloging principles and methods and settings as well as integrating subject headings....
  22. Navanpreet Kaur, Nidhi Sagar, Mamta and Jasbir Kaur
    Background: Cervical cancer is the cancer of cervix, which is third most cause of modality among all cancers and accounts for 10% death due to cervical cancer. The prevalence of cervical cancer is documented more now- a - days which leads to demotion in all the aspects (physical, psychological, social and environmental dimensions) of quality of...
  23. Dr. Pratima Pawar
    The present paper examines the role of Self Employment and the social empowerment of women working in the informal sector, with special reference to vegetable vendors in Kolhapur City. Informal sector provides self employment to the majority of women. Majority of Women are working as Vegetable Vendors. They are either street vendors or selling the...
  24. Harshil Sharma
    This case study gives an overview of the tourism demand in India using an econometric model. The study covers the period between 1990 and 2011. Three countries i.e. USA, UK and Canada have been selected, and the choice of the countries is based upon the fact that they together constitute 35% of total tourists arriving in India. The results show a...
  25. Daniel Onwonga Auka
    The aim of this paper is to find determine the influence of strategic management practices on the performance of public secondary in Kenya . The research was conducted in Nakuru district where a census of 21 public secondary schools was carried out. Data collection was done through self administered questionnaire through drop and pick method and...
  26. Gülsel Yurtdaş Kırımlıoğlu and Yasemin Yazan
    HPLC analysis of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) and its relevant application to the unique polymeric nanoparticles (PNP) is described in this study. GABA is a major inhibitor neurotransmitter which is widely distributed in the central nervous system. Changes in GABA metabolism may play an important role in the origin and spread of seizure activity...
  27. Moses Layiwola Adeoti, Adetunji Saliu Oguntola, Sulaiman O Agodirin, Olusola. O Akanbi, Omolade, A. F and AOA Aderounmu
    TOPIC: Diagnostic yield of Digital Rectal Examination during routine physical medical examination in semi-urban African population. Introduction: The higher frequencies of performing a DRE, diagnostic confidence, and adequacy were directly related to level of experience with the examination. Training in DRE technique has diminished and may be...
  28. Awah, Irene Mary
    Refocusing tertiary institutions for sustainable development in Nigeria seems timely. For no society can grow beyond its educational capabilities. Education at tertiary level occupies a key and central position in sustainable development in Nigeria. Despite this truism, this level of education is perennially faced with problems that impede its...
  29. Dr. Sudipta Kar and Dr. Pratik Kumar Lahiri
    This article provides a case report of 11 year old female patient with pain and swelling in lower lip. Thorough clinical examination revealed that the patient was traumatizing herself by recurrent self injurious lip biting. We here reorient the treatment modality by introducing different thought process never been used before.
  30. Duong Thi Phuong Chi
    The article mentions concepts, benefits and types of online advertising. The author then suggests some solutions to strengthen the effectiveness of this activity in the Library of University of Social Sciences and Humanities (Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City).
  31. Narayan, J. P.
    The new era of human genetic research has begun with the completion of Human Genome Project in 2003. Consequently, a standard functional human genome map has been produced depicting location, sequence, functions and mode of regulation of approximately one lakh genes of entire human genome. Because of advances in information and communication...
  32. Néstor Rivera, Jairo Castillo, Steven Ronquillo, Yasmani Aguilar
    This document presents the development of a system for detecting faults through fuzzy logic, using different parameters such as poorly combusted hydrocarbons (HC), Carbon Dioxide (CO2), engine speed (RPM), and Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor (MAP) to predict the faults that may occur in the engine. In order to determine...
  33. Al-Zahrani, J.H.
    The concentrations of natural radioactivity of 226Ra, 232Th and 40K and some heavy elements (Zn, Mn, Fe, Mn, Cu, Ni, and Pb) were measured in drinking water samples collected from different mosques in Makkah city, Saudi Arabia. A high-resolution HPGe detector was used for the natural radionuclides measurement. The average activity concentrations...
  34. Komal Agarwal and Subin Solomen
    Background: Pleural effusion is one of the commonly seen respiratory conditions in India with approximately 1 million people being diagnosed each year. Since there was no literature regarding the effectiveness of incentive spirometryand stacked breathing in Unilateral Pleural effusion there was a need to find out as to which approach are the best...
  35. Swati Kanungo, Nirmal Kumar Bhuyan and Hemanta Kumar Patra
    The present investigation is aimed at assessing the concentration of heavy metal ions along the stretches of Brahmani river basin.Nine samples were collected along the stretches of Brahmani basin during the period September-2013 to August-2014. The purpose of this study was to estimate nine heavy metals (Cu, Zn, Cd, Pb, Hg, Fe, As,...
  36. Honeymeet Sharma
    This study analyses the employment status of agricultural laborers in Bathinda district of Punjab. It presents the major activities of agricultural laborers in farm and non-farm sector. The lack of employment opportunities in agriculture during off season compelled the agricultural laborers to seek alternative employment sources like construction...
  37. Sivakumar, P. and Karthikeyan, R.
    Present study deals with the bioconversion of vermicomposted weed plants waste using Eudrilus eugeniae Kinberg for promoting the growth of Brinjal (Solanum melongena) preparation of weed plants waste vermicompost and its physico chemical parameters were analyzed, enumeration of microorganisms bacteria, fungi and actinomyces from vermicompost,...
  38. Herman Umban Lindang, Zamali Hj Tarmudi and Ajimi
    Water Quality Index is an important water assessment that sustain and conserve the aquatic ecosystem. In Malaysia, the current classification practice on Department of Environmental Water Quality Index (DOE WQI) shoes rigid value in term of assessing the input of parameters that close to a class boundary. Hence, this study proposed a technique to...
  39. Jana, B.R. and Pan, R.S.
    To increase the livelihood security of the poor tribal farmer of Jamtara and Dumka ditricts the horticulture technologies like, 1) Off season vegetable cultivation, 2) Year round vegetable production from 10 decimal area 3) One acre multi tier cropping were implemented and 4) vertical cultivation of vine vegetables (pointed gourd) successfully...
  40. Abdel Raouf Suleiman Bello and Mai Yousif Abdelhadi
    This study was conducted to assess factors affecting fertilizers adoption in Khartoum State of Sudan. A random sampling procedure was used to select 60 respondents. Data were collected through structured interview schedule. Descriptive analysis, Inter-correlation and multiple regression analysis techniques were adopted. The results emphasized that...
  41. Marshall Kofi Ziemah and Paul Boniface Akaabre
    Ghana’s electricity producing trio; VRA, GRIDCO and ECG, in recent times have been plagued by certain operational, financial and logistical difficulties leading to a significant reduction its electricity generation capacity and hence, has had to endure irregular power supply for some time now. It is widely accepted in the country that “...
  42. Kwong Fai Andrew Lo and Hoan-My Nguyen
    Central Highland is one of the driest regions in Vietnam. Extended dry spells linked to El Nino phenomenon have raised serious concerns and often affects the local economy and livelihood of local residents. The main objective of this study is to assess causes of this worsening drought problem and to suggest possible solutions for alleviating this...
  43. Kwong Fai Andrew Lo and Darshani Waniganeththi
    On 8th August 2009, the extreme rainfall of typhoon Morakot dumped record breaking rain in southern Taiwan. The typhoon significantly changed landscape patterns in Linbian Township, Pingtung County, in the southern part of Taiwan. Land use/land cover changes and the direct and indirect effects of these changes have drawn much public attention....
  44. Bassam Abu-Hamad, Motasem Hamdan and Hatem Al-Saqqa
    Culture is described as a critical element of healthcare safety and quality. This study aims to assess a patient safety culture in GS hospitals.A cross-sectional, descriptive design was utilized. A total number of 376 clinical and non-clinical hospitals’ staff participated in the current study. Data were collected using an Arabic version of the...
  45. Rujuta Giri, Vanisha Nambiar and Khushoo Joshi
    Background: Akshay Patra served mid day meal is implemented in both urban and rural Vadodara since November, 2009 to improve the acceptability of the programme as well as its health and nutritional impact. Aim: To conduct a situational analysis of MDM served through Akshay Patra and its impact on the nutritional status of children in rural area of...
  46. Dr. Ajeet Kumar Saharan
    Objective: Remembrance capacity in children and adolescents ages 5–19 with autism (n = 50) and typically developing controls (n = 36) was assessed using a clinical assessment battery, the Test of Memory and Learning (TOMAL). Method: Participant groups were statistically comparable in age, nonverbal IQ, handedness, and head circumference, and were...
  47. Abu Hossain, Mohammad Abu Bin Nyeem, Mohammad Abu Taher, Mohammad Nazrul Islam, Rabiul Islam, B.M. and Md. G.U. Ahsan
    HIV/AIDS is a serious public health and alarming burden disease in Bangladesh. The aim of the present study was to identify HIV related knowledge, attitude and practice of rickshaw pullers are utmost needed to know and preventive measures of HIV/AIDS. This descriptive type of cross sectional study was conducted to assess the level of knowledge,...
  48. Hikmet Orhan and AdileTatlıyer
    This study was aimed to investigate use of Taguchi method in animal researches which is as an alternative to factorial experiments. Modeling real-world phenomena often requires more than one factor to explain changes on response variables. Factorial designs are very powerful statistical tools because they allow a researcher to simultaneously test...
  49. Kitso Dube and Judith Mwenje
    Zimbabwe’s public health industry continues to be plagued with diminishing national budget allocations, the brain drain of medical professionals and a growing population that depends on this sector that is so under-resourced. This means the industry has to do more with fewer resources which is very arduous and Zimbabwe’s Healthcare system is...
  50. Hiroshi Hirosawa, Ishikawa, Satoshi Abe, Tsubasa Honmou, Iori Hasegawa, Yoshihiro Hoshi and Toshiaki Yoshida
    Background/Aims: Clinical engineers operate and manage the radiofrequency ablation (RFA) generator during RFA for hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) in our hospital. Clinical engineers also carry out data management of patient information. Initially, patient information including the patient status, treatment site, and nodule diameter at the time of...
  51. Gul Pinar, Halime Abay and Ayşe Akalin
    Objective: The objective of this study was to determine the effect of scenario-based simulation training on nursing students’ maternity knowledge and clinical skills. Methods: A randomized control and pre-test/post-test design was employed with undergraduate nursing students (n=46) from third year using the Knowledge Evaluation Form (KEF) and the...
  52. Duong Thi Phuong Chi
    The paper mentions concepts, common methods of online market research and advantages, disadvantages of each method. The author then suggests some solutions to strengthen the effectiveness of online market research application in the Library network of Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City.
  53. Dany Hleis, Robert keyrouz, Rami ElAkoum, Wassef Elkhatib and Marwan Kobeisi
    The elemental composition of TSP collected upon different wind sectors in the highly industrialized harbor of Dunkirk (France) were measured and the data was interpreted using a Non Negative Matrix Factorization (NMF) receptor model. Our objective was to identify the possible sources of TSP and to determine their relative contribution at the...
  54. Alexander V. Yurkin
    This work is devoted to geometrical research of the ray trajectories system. We consider trajectories of electrons moving in the second shell of an atom. The proposed model of movement of electrons is based on the geometrical interpretation of the Pauli Exclusion Principle and the geometric interpretation of distribution of electrons in energy...
  55. Jia Liu
    We consider the numerical solvers for discretized partial differential equations arising from different incompressible flows. We used the finite element discretization method to discretize the Navier-Stokes equations. IFISS (Incompressible Flow Iterative Solution Software) is used to obtained the different grids. We used preconditioned Krylov...
  56. Aida GRICHI, Zouhaier NASR and Mohamed Larbi KHOUJA
    This study aimed to explore the allelopathic potential of Eucalyptus maidenii on seed germination, root and shoot length, membrane integrity, malondialdehyde (MDA) and proline content of Triticum durum, Vicia faba, Phaseolus vulgaris, Sinapis arvensis, Erica vesicaria and Scorpiurus muricatus and its application as naturally occurring herbicide in...

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