Jun 01, 2023Open Access
This study is about the changing patterns of childcare in contemporary Dagaaba society in the Upper West Region of Ghana. The general objective of the study is to examine the socio-economic and cultural influences on care practices and how different patterns of care affect the welfare of children under-five among the Dagaaba in Wa. The research is a long-term observational study using ethnographic research approaches. The study consequently gives an account of infant care practices among the Dag...
May 18, 2023Open Access
Climate change is one of the most underreported triggers of conflict. The menace did not only cause crop failures and a decline in agricultural productivity but triggered violent resource conflicts in The Gambia. Drawing a case in Sambang, this paper seeks to provide a detailed analysis of climate change as a conflict driver. The study involved 258 persons through focus group discussions and interviews. The study found that climate change stressors caused violent conflicts within and amongst com...
Feb 22, 2023Open Access
Most cultures recognize gender differences, but the problem emerges when such differences are misunderstood as gender inequity, especially to the detriment of women. Gender disparity is evident in one component of culture, namely language, and more specifically the use of wise saying also known as proverbs. Wise saying is used interchangeably with proverbs which are said to contain a society’s wisdom. People’s action or inactions are frequently reflected in the meanings and interpretations of pr...
Jan 20, 2022Open Access
The Communist Manifesto (hereinafter referred to as the Manifesto) is a programmatic document of the international Communist Movement. It marks the birth of Marxism, and is one of the most far-reaching works on the social transformation and ideological revolution of human beings, which contains rich humanistic thinking. On the basis of understanding the creation background of the Declaration, this paper deeply explores the text's emphasis on human nature and its concern for the free and comprehe...
Sep 28, 2021Open Access
This paper explores the cultural regeneration mechanism of the rise of western powers from the anthropological level. The culture of major western countries is based on western civilization. Western civilization firstly embodied the democratic spirit of ancient Greek and Roman culture, and was deeply influenced by the spread of Christianity and Christian culture, which has played a decisive role in the rise of major western powers later. In this process, from the anthropological level, the model...
May 27, 2021Open Access
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...
Jan 29, 2021Open Access
Introduction. The future of humanity depends on its ability to explore and colonize new worlds, either in the Solar system or even beyond, in exostar systems with habitable exoplanets. Purpose. The objective of this paper is to explore different (hypothetical) technological scenarios and what the circumstances of each scenario mean to the possible exploration and colonization efforts to be carried out. Design and development of experiments. Experiments using simulation have been designed in orde...
Sep 16, 2020Open Access
This article is investigating works of the medieval scholar Abu Ali Hussein ibn Sina, who was an ancient doctor and well known for his contributions to medical science. Avicenna made many greatest discoveries in the art of healing people. Avicenna’s book Canon of Medicine and his contribution to the medical terminology development are described.
Aug 27, 2020Open Access
With the deepening of domestic scholars’ understanding of Tibetan architecture, they have a more in-depth study of Tibetan architecture, including history, customs, religion, system, culture and so on. There are not only Weizang Tibetan area, Kangba Tibetan area and Anduo Tibetan area that we are familiar with, but also some little-known Tibetan areas, such as Jiarong Tibetan area, Baima Tibetan area and so on. According to the current situation, the relevant scholars in the academic circles con...
Aug 25, 2020Open Access
The study was conducted to investigate the social life of migrant’s youth who work in informal sectors. The study is explanatory and descriptive in nature explained the social life of 300 migrants’ youth selected form three markets of Khartoum State. Qualitative and quantitative techniques utilized to collect data. The study findings show 88% of youth migrated searching for a job for a better life. The socio-economic situation characterized by vulnerability, poverty and low skill to get the job ...