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Mar 26, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Socio-Economic Characters and Activities of Support Zone Communities in Gashaka Gumti National Park

Zacharia Buba Yaduma, Joyrose Enebuse Adaeze, Mary Omowumi Oluwole, Bijida Zacharia
The study was conducted at Gashaka Gumti National Park to determine socio-economic activities and their relationship with the forest. The Result obtained shows that, the age of the respondents was presented in Table 1. The pooled result indicated that there were 29.82%, for the age class of 36 - 45 years, 28.77%, for the age class of 26 - 35, 20.35%, for the age class of 15 - 25; 13.68%, for the age class of 46 - 55; and 7.37% for the age class of 56 years and above. The result on gender indicat...


Mar 10, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Crude Oil Price and Exchange Rate Nexus: An Ardl Bound Approach

Kabiru Saidu Musa, Rabiu Maijama’a, Nafisa Muhammed, Asma’u Usman
This study investigates the impact of crude oil price on exchange rate in Nigeria using an autoregressive distributed lag (ARDL) model covering the period from 1983-2017. The results showed that crude oil price has negative and significant impact on exchange rate in both the long run and the short run whereas oil revenue and Gross Domestic Products have significant positive impact on exchange rate also in both the long-run and the short-run periods. The findings suggested that crude oil price wh...


Jan 16, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Exploring Hotel Employee’s Work Stress by Individual Characteristics

Chieh-Heng Ko
This paper explores the common work stress in a sample of Taiwanese managers and employees. It investigates the differences and frequency of work stress by individual characteristics such as job level, gender and marital status. The researcher distributed a self-administered questionnaire to a sample of N = 140 managers and N =
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May 08, 2019Open    AccessArticle

A Study on Synergistic Development of All-for-One Ecotourism of Chengdu-Chongqing Urban Cluster

Zibiao Cheng, Chengduan Wang
Chengdu-Chongqing Urban Cluster boasts abundant cultural and natural tourism resources. However, its socioeconomic effect remains non-prominent due to backward infrastructure, shortage of ecotourism talents and insufficient synergistic development. We must seek to promote a synergistic development of all-for-one ecotourism so as to enhance the socioeconomic effect of Chengdu-Chongqing Urban Cluster. All these cannot do without con
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Oct 10, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Factors That Influence Entrepreneurial Intention within University Students in Egypt

Assem Sharaf, Alaa El-Gharbawy, Mohamed A. Ragheb
The current research aims to propose a framework of the effects of behav-ioral factors of theory of planned behavior and psychological traits factors on students’ entrepreneurial intention, measuring the size of effect, the circumstances under which the effect is clearly observed and studying the weighted effect of each of the behavior and traits elements. A questionnaire was adopted from previous studies and directed to students
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Oct 24, 2016Open    AccessArticle

An Incomplete Discussion on the Costs of Obesity

Phillipe Augusto Ferreira Rodrigues, Murilo Mariano Vilaca, Marcelo Melo, Monique Assis, Carlos Gabriel Bustamante, Alexandre Palma
Despite growing scientific interest in obesity and the uncritical nature of a considerable proportion of the scientific community, a variety of other researchers have queried the idea of an epidemic of obesity. Some of this questioning has highlighted the uncertain moral and ideological nature of the biomedical arguments about the risks of obesity. It should be researchers’ responsibility to question whether the hegemonic discours
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Sep 05, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Potentials of the Groundnut Sector towards Achieving Food Security in Senegal

Ndiaye Georges, Shaoyong Fang, Mukete Beckline, Ye Wu
In this paper, we assess the potentials of the groundnut producing sector in Senegal. The paper also identifies possible strategies to implement in order to fully benefit from this sector and its role in achieving food security. A comprehensive scientific literature review was carried out to ascertain the unexploited potentials of this sector. Using this approach, we found out that several unexploited potentials existed along the
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May 26, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Assessment of the Socia-Economic Benefits of Two Indigenous Fruit Tree: Apple (Gornoaltaiskoje) and Sea Buckthorn (Altaja) to the People of Biger Rural City in Western Region of Mongolia

Gunjargal Balt, Xiaoqian Chen, Suvdantsetseg Balt
The purpose of this research is to assess the socio-economic importance of two indigenous fruit trees of Apple and Sea buckthorn in Biger rural city of Gobi-Altai province, Mongolia. Specifically, the study assesses the contributions of indigenous fruits to household’s cash income and to supply the local fruits demand. This study used a qualitative and quantitative analyzing approach which conducted field survey using semi-structu
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Mar 24, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Adoption and Intensity of Row-Seeding (Case of Wolaita Zone)

Tadele Tafese
In the context of Ethiopia, agriculture and specifically crop production take lion’s contribution, supporting the sector through introducing new agricultural technologies, like row planting in the recent times, boosts production. However, despite of such services, utilization of improved technologies remained low in Ethiopia. This study looks into the determinants of adoption and intensity of adoption of row planting using a survey data of 300 farming households in Wolaita zone. The survey indic...


Jun 27, 2014Open    AccessArticle

Female Condoms as a Preventive Measure against HIV/AIDS Infection among University Students in Gaborone, Botswana

Galeage Kaelo, Brothers Wilright Malema
This paper seeks to investigate the predictors of female condom use amongst female university students in Gaborone, Botswana. The study used primary data through the administration of a questionnaire amongst randomly selected respondents to determine the factors behind the use of female condoms. Since the dependent variable had three outcomes, multinomial logistic regression was used. It was found out that only known HIV status was inversely related to the use of the female condom. The other var...


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