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Mar 20, 2019Open    AccessArticle

A Comparative Analysis of Social Service Provision and Accessibility in Regularised Settlements in Tanzania

Edmund Zakayo, Emmanuel Patroba Mhache, Wakuru Magigi
Social service provision and accessibility play a great role in ensuring city de-velopment in both developed and developing countries with emerging econo-mies, Tanzania inclusive. This paper provides a comparative study on the situation, arguments and criticisms of three planned neighborhoods, whereby in those cases, local communities were involved in settlement upgrading through land regularization in Tan

Feb 27, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Study on the Associative Character of Dongba Script in Lijiang Area

Yin Zhou
Dongba script, which is in the early stages of writing, is an important pic-tograph, and the study of Dongba script helps to study the origin and de-velopment of writing. Through long-time researching on Dongba scripture in Lijiang area, we find that associative character in Dongba script is special. This article researches on the associative characters in Dongba script.

Jan 31, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Chess and Mathematics Performance of College Players: An Exploratory Analysis

Gener S. Subia, Jeniffer L. Amaranto, Jeff C. Amaranto, Jacinto Y. Bustamante, Irene C. Damaso
The purpose of this study is to explore the performance in Chess and in Mathematics of the college players in Cabanatuan City, Philippines. Specif-ically, it aimed to determine the respondents’ mathematics and chess per-formances, their playing styles and their beliefs regarding chess players and mathematicians. The descriptive correlational research design was utilized in this study and the data gathered by the researc

Jan 30, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Inventory and Regularity of Scientific Productions of Teachers in Lubumbashi Nursing College (from March 2006 up to April 2018)

Kabongo Mamie Mujinga, Masika Gauthier Messa, Mpulu Angel Mabanga, Kasongo Narcisse Mwinkeu
Introduction: Thanks to the scientific publication information may be essentially known inside the scientific work and those publications are taking the primordial place in researching. It’s thanks to the publication that a performance of a high teaching facility and university is assessed. Objective: This research is aimed to scientific productions work of teachers of Lubumbashi Nursing College from March 2006 up to April 2018. M

Jan 24, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Print or Electronic, Reading Is Indispensable: Case of Ibeku High School Umuahia Abia State

Joy C. Onyenachi, Edward C. Amadi, Ogechi O. Awa
The study examined reading of Print and Electronic information materials among senior secondary school students of Ibeku High School Umuahia Abia State Nigeria. Literature review focused on identification of reading materials in school library of Ibeku High school, the student’s reasons for reading, and challenges that affect student’s reading. The research design used in this study is descriptive survey. The population is 430 whi

Jan 18, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Indigenous Traditional Knowledge on Health and Equitable Benefits of Oil Palm (Elaeis spp.)

Medagam Thirupathi Reddy, Motha Kalpana, Natarajan Sivaraj, Venkateswaran Kamala, Someswara Rao Pandravada, Neelam Sunil
Recent international policy resolutions have recognized the importance of indigenous knowledge and potential of native medicinal plants in providing health and equitable benefits to the indigenous communities. Lack of knowledge on available native medicinal plants and their health potential may result in inappropriate health care practices causing ailments and as-sociated problems. Oil palm is among the plants that are widely used

Dec 27, 2018Open    AccessArticle

A Study of the Joint Effect of Performance Measurement, Political Stability and Global Competitiveness on Customer Satisfaction

Richard E. Ndubai, Isaac M. Mbeche, Ganesh P. Pokhariyal
The performance of governments in the delivery of services to the pub-lic—which constitutes the customers who are the tax payers, is affected and influenced by a multitude of factors, some controllable and others outside the control of governments. In addition, each of the diverse factors impacts uniquely on performance while others may have only tangential influence. According to Hansen (1989), there are two streams of research r

Dec 19, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Gender in Road Construction: Experience in the Papua New Guinea Highlands

Anura Widana
This article presents experiences in engaging women in road construction work in Papua New Guinea (PNG) Highlands. Providing labour for road construction is a new experience and a demand for tribal women in the highlands region. Women have never before worked on paid road con-struction works. However, similar to men, women also need cash to pay for goods purchased for the household. Although several road construction activities ar

Nov 19, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Divine Injunction in John 15: 1-4 and Its Relevance to Sustainable Development in Nigeria

Olusola Igbari
The New Testament books are full of divine injunctions which were uttered for the purpose of spiritual growth of the readers. They are supernatural commands needed to be obeyed to achieve specific goals. Lawrence Richard like other scholars refers to them as deific, exquisite, hallowed and sacred. The text for consideration in this paper is one of the seven “I am sayings” of Jesus in the Gospel of John. “I am the true vine” (John

Nov 19, 2018Open    AccessArticle

The Contemporary United States Workplace: An Analysis of Racial Segregation Perceptions

Richard Lewis Jr., Joanne Ford-Robertson, Chandler Greenfield
This study examines the perceptions of those employed regarding racial segre-gation in the contemporary American workplace. General Social Survey (GSS) information collected in 2016 was used to focus on perceptions of individuals who are currently working. A variety of variables including age, gender, race, educational attainment, personal income, and work status were utilized as con-trol variables. Conflict theory, in conjunction