Associativity and Economic Growth of Small Rural Agricultural Units of Andahuaylas, Apurímac
Felipe Rafael Valle Díaz (Author)
The development of this review article consists of: sincere the approach to the problem, the theoretical relevance, the consistency in the operationalization of variables, which will demonstrate that the scientific article, extracted from a research project approved by the General Directorate of Research from the José María Arguedas National University, designed by Simón José Cama Flores, presents confusion and error. The development of the review; Methodology, will be made to the original, underlining and citing in footnote, the observations found, which triggered the mistake in the theoretical relevance, consistency of the operationalization and unreliable results.
Research on Women's Underwear and Aesthetic in Song Dynasty of China
Mingxi Chen, SHEN Wenxin, JI Xiaofen (Author)
The underwear system had existed long before the Qin and Han dynasties, but the form of underwear in this period was not complete and did not form a formal system. It began to be systematized until the Qin and Han dynasties. In the Han Dynasty, underwear was roughly divided into Hanyi and Liangdang (names of ancient Chinese underwear), etc.; Sui and Tang dynasties were the period of national integration, which absorbed Hu people's apparel characteristics and culture. The fashionable underwear style was mainly focused on light, thin, and transparent and so on. In the Song Dynasty, although influenced by Neo-Confucianism, its aesthetic concept of apparel and the form of underwear were not eclipsed, but showed its unique charm. This paper mainly introduces the type, shape and pattern decoration of the Song Dynasty underwear, compares it with the outerwear, analyzing the aesthetic of the apparel separated from the inside and outside and the reasons for its formation, and probing into the inner monologue of women in the Song Dynasty society with the ideological imprisonment.
An Approach To The Cross-Cultural And Intercultural Communication In The Nigerian Government-Linked Companies
Rukayat. A. Shittu, Muhamad Fazil Ahmad (Author)
Culture and communication are two commonly dependent problems. Individuals with different cultures can communicate effectively only if their cultural differences are succeeded and the eventual communication barriers overcome. It is well accepted today that cultural differences can seriously impact the activities in business institutions. With globalization and international business, effective cross-cultural communication is required at the workplace to ensure success, especially in carried out corporate social responsibility projects as a team. This study aims to examine the relationship between cross culture corporate social responsibility projects (cultural factors) and intercultural communication (IC) in Nigerian government-linked companies. It intends to show that effective communication may occur when interacting people understand and accept their cultural differences.
A Using Pictures to Increase Interest for Students in Speaking Lessons at a Vietnamese University
Hue Duong Thi Kim, Huyen Hoang Thi Thanh (Author)
In teaching and learning English, speaking skill is probably a top priority. Therefore, teachers always strive to find methods, materials, and tools to help learners practice and improve their speaking ability. Bowen's (1982) study has shown that the process of language acquisition is a complex process, in which visual aids play an important role in promoting language learning. Using visual tools in general and images in particular in teaching English speaking skill so far has attracted attention not only of educators but also learners. Therefore, the authors of the article study the role of images in English speaking lessons and the influence on learners' interests through previous studies. Moreover, this study suggests some activities using images to apply in speaking lessons to create excitement for learners
Latest- Relationship between Principals’ Technology Leadership and Teacher’s Technology Use in Secondary Schools
Zunaidah Yahya, Arumugam Raman (Author)
The purpose of this study was to identify the relationship between leadership behaviour and computer use and management and teaching operations in schools. Researchers want to look at technology leadership for measuring the NETS-A international standard system (ISTE, 2014) and the impact of technology achievement in these schools.
Methodology- A systematic random sampling was conducted to select 74 principals and 374 teachers from 74 schools from the National Secondary School in Kedah in this cross-sectional survey. The Principal Technology Leadership Assessment (PTLA) is based on the National Education Technology Standards-Administrator, NETS-A (2009). The technology leadership questionnaire contains 65 Likert-scale items used to obtain information about the involvement of principals in their work.
Findings- The results of the study show that the overall leadership skills of the principals based on the five standards in the NETS-A are high based on the findings of mean analysis and standard deviation but showed moderate achievement in each field of TTU teacher study. The SMART-PLS analysis also indicated that the gender, age, and experience of the principal were not moderators because the results were not significant. Simple Linear regression was used to identify the principal technological leadership relationship with teacher computer use and the results were not significant.
Significance-Principals as technology leaders need to facilitate and enhance ICT integration as ICT contributions have been shown to be key factors for increasing productivity, promoting economic growth, and reducing poverty in a country.
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