OALib Journal
  OALib Journal is an all-in-one open access journal (ISSN Print: 2333-9705, ISSN Online: 2333-9721). It accepts a manuscript for the peer-review processing, typesetting, publication and then allocated to one of the 322 subject areas. The article processing charge for publishing in OALib journal is Only $99. For more details, please contact service@oalib.com. Submit now
               Articles    |    Aims & Scope    |    Instructions for Author     |    Editorial Board     |    Publishing Price    |    Indexing             


Jun 16, 2023Open    Access

Drivers of Mobile Payment Acceptance: The Impact of Network Externalities in Nigeria

Qasim M. Ajao, Olukotun Oludamilare, Lanre Sadeeq
The rising popularity of mobile payments can be attributed to the widespread use of smartphones and their applications. Despite its potential to simplify our lives, its adoption in African countries has been limited. This paper aims to enhance our understanding of the critical factors that influence the acceptance of mobile payments in Nigeria by exploring the impact of “network externalities” in addition to conventional technology acceptance factors. It posits that performance expectancy, effor...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.10, 2023

May 24, 2023Open    Access

Orff’s Music Teaching Method: Application and Practice of Ukulele in Elementary School Music Class

Yuexiao Wu, Dianyi Chen
The purpose of primary school music education is to cultivate students’ interest and hobbies in music, and to improve their music literacy and aesthetic ability. However, the traditional music teaching method is limited to explanation and demonstration, lacking interaction and participation, and it is difficult to arouse students’ interest and attention. Therefore, how to improve the effect of music teaching has become an important problem in current music education. The purpose of this paper is...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.10, 2023

Mar 31, 2022Open    Access

Flexible Learning Engagements: Exploring the Lived Experiences of the Learners in the New Normal

Analyn D. Almoite, Liriolyn B. Pacursa
With the threat of the COVID-19, the educational landscape shifted from the traditional face-to-face interaction to flexible learning where digital platforms and printed modules are used in instruction. The study was conducted on 10 students chosen through purposive sampling. Using a phenomenological design, the researchers conducted an interview to identify the lived experiences and the coping strategies of the students in the implementation of flexible learning at Quirino State University-Madd...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.9, 2022

Feb 28, 2022Open    Access

The Concept of “Al-Hakimiyya” between Religion, Politics, and Violence

Asmaa Ali
The principle of Al-Hakimiyya (governance) is one of the most prominent religious terms adopted by Islamic groups in consolidating their position on governance, the ruler, and all state institutions. Some of these groups refused to engage in political work in Parliament, as it legislates human-made laws, and because it is a form of disputing God with regard to one of his jurisdictions in legislation. In addition, they rejected the statutory constitution, as it states that sovereignty is f...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.9, 2022

Feb 16, 2022Open    Access

Adaptation to Stay-at-Home Situation during COVID-19 Pandemic: A Study on the Faculty Members of the Universities in Bangladesh

Tasnim Jerin, Hafiz Ashraful Haque
This study is concerned with the perceptions and adaptation strategies of the respected university faculty members in Bangladesh regarding the current COVID-19 pandemic. A self-administered survey questionnaire was filled out by 163 faculty members serving in a variety of academic disciplines in Bangladesh, among which 161 responses were considered for this study. This study found that the majority of respondents were staying home in urban areas (85%) with their families at the time. Almost all ...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.9, 2022

Oct 21, 2021Open    Access

Research on Age Discrimination against Job Seekers Based on Recruitment Advertisements

Kai Wu, Chulv Sun
Under the background of population aging, with the increase of age, the employment rate of workers gradually decreases. Age discrimination against middle-aged and elderly people in enterprises is an important factor. Based on the age requirement in recruitment advertisements, this paper proposes a calculation model for the average age interval to verify the age discrimination in China’s labor market. The result shows that the complexity of jobs only affects the lower age limit, and the differenc...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.8, 2021

May 27, 2021Open    Access

Domino Effect of Coronavirus in Nigeria. An Overview of the Socioeconomic, Religious and Educational Perspectives

Abinotami Williams Ebuete, Okpoebi Kenneth Berezi, Lucky E. Ndiwari, Standfast Isiya
The human history has recorded that in every 100 years a new pandemic will erupt to rocked control the human race from over population, changing the courses of history and signaling the end of entire civilization. Today the world is at halt and its economic, socio-cultural, religious, political, scientific and technological myth is degenerating amidst the advent of a novel pandemic (COVID-19). This study therefore, investigated the effect of COVID-19 in terms of economic, socio-cultural, educati...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.8, 2021

Dec 09, 2020Open    Access

Botswana’s Greatest Challenge beyond the Successful Decline in Total Fertility Rate

Brothers Wilright Malema
The paper gives a narration of the change of Botswana’s population age structure and a brief account of its economy. The part before the conclusion seeks to use figures or graphs to analyse the country’s prospects in capitalising on the window of opportunity in order to drive economic growth and development.
Open Access Library J.   Vol.7, 2020

Oct 20, 2020Open    Access

Becoming Female Head of a Household: By Force or by Choice?

Tanzima Zohra Habib
This study sets forth to uncover the background stories of the female heads of households i.e., the routes through which they become the heads of the household in Bangladesh context. The study included 22 purposively selected female heads from Rajshahi—a northwest district in Bangladesh. Using a semi-structured interview guide, qualitative in-depth interviewing technique was employed to gather the detailed life story of the women household heads. To generate themes, qualitative thematic analysis...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.7, 2020

Dec 23, 2019Open    Access

Predictive Factors of Childbirth by High in the City of Mbujimayi (Democratic Republic of Congo)

Kabunda Mbala John, Balela Kabasu Marie Claire, Kadima Cibangu, Mulumba Ntumba, Mbuyi Cipinda Fleur, Kakesa Tshimanga, Kabamba Nzaji Michel
Goal: Identifying predictors of cesarean delivery in the reference general hospitals of the city of Mbujimayi. Method: Study is analytical case-control study in the city of Mbujimayi precisely in all general hospitals of reference of this city during the period from 15 March to 14 June 2017 with 282 birth. A total of 94 caesarean which were considered as cases and 188 birth vaginally who were considered witnesses or 2 for each cas
Open Access Library J.   Vol.6, 2019


Contact Us