Category: Other Humanities


Minors’ Engagement in Health-Based Programs: Insights From UNICEF Lesotho’s HIV-Nutrition Intervention

This paper explores strategies to enhance minors’ understanding of program participation, ensuring their active involvement from the program’s inception through its completion, emphasizing the crucial role of sustainability for long-term change. Drawing insights from UNICEF Lesotho’s three-year HIV-nutrition intervention (2019-2022) that spanned all 10 districts and 69 community councils, the project championed the health and


Committee System in Lagos State Tertiary Institutions, Nigeria

The committee system and its effects on institutional governance are examined in this study for Nigeria’s postsecondary institutions in Lagos State. This study’s objectives were to evaluate the committee system’s integration into Lagos State’s tertiary institutions and to ascertain its effects on institutional governance. The study utilised qualitative and well as qualitative techniques for collecting


Contribution of Women’s Associations in the Production of Small Projects

Small projects represent an important place in the economy of developing countries, given that they constitute the vast majority of industrial establishments in general, and that the proportions vary from one country to another. With the beginning of the current century, an important shift occurred in the field of investments, and attention began to be


Self-Concept and Perceived Social Support as Predictors of Self-Esteem Among Students in a Malaysian University

Recent findings have shown that the differences between self-concept and self-esteem are becoming more apparent. Self-concept serves as a cognitive domain of the self, while self- esteem involves emotional and affective stances. Historically, self-concept and self-esteem were used interchangeably. As studies have found, self-concept is not the sole factor that influences self-esteem but social relationships


The Role of Women Self Help Groups (Chama) in Empowering Rural Women in Kenya

Rural women in developing countries face significant cultural challenges. Notably, women in patriarchal communities are constrained by gendered norms and roles. These norms have contributed to gendered exclusions, high expectations, and inequitable access to resources, leaving most women in these communities disempowered. Kenya is one of the countries whose rural women have been subjected to


Evolution of Character Culture Through Collaboration in Japan: The Sanrio Case

According to a survey by Yano Research Institute, the size of the character business market in 2021 reached 1,256 billion Japanese Yen. Character culture has spread not only in Japan but also worldwide, and characters from comics such as “Mickey Mouse” have been independently developed. Similarly, characters from Japan such as “Hello Kitty” and “Pokémon”


The Medium-Term Effects of the Collective Reflexive Coaching Device Catching Your Breath on ECEC Managers Well-Being During COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the workload of the early childhood education and care (ECEC) managers and decreased their well-being at work (Bigras et al., 2021). Quebec’s ECEC managers expressed a need for support in dealing with the challenges encountered during the pandemic (Bigras et al., 2021). A collective reflexive coaching device, called Catching Your


Online Education During Pandemic and Its Impact in India

The pandemic Covid-19 has spread over the whole world and compelled human society to maintain physical distancing, which has significantly disrupted the education sector. According to a UNESCO report, it had affected more than 90% of the total world’s student population during mid-April 2020. In India, more than 32 crores of students have been affected.


Resilience in Times of Need: Educational and Social Measures Adopted by the Regional Labour Court of Goiás During the Pandemic

Quarantine, lockdown, social distancing and facemask policies are measures that have been taken worldwide to reduce COVID-19 transmission. In Brazil, while the Executive administration has downplayed the threat of coronavirus infection, the response of Judiciary to COVID-19 crisis occurred immediately after the confirmation of the first cases. Different courts implemented a set of institutional arrangements


Does Motivation Break the Chains of Desistance?

Desistance, educational mobility, and social theory are fields that aim to promote social mobility and encourage the eradication of delinquency and inequality. Desistance is defined by Maruna and Farrall (2004) as the status where an individual is no longer offending. These are split into defined phases; primary desistance, where the individual has a gap in


Traditional Practices and Rituals Incorporated in Preparing Maguindanaon Native Delicacies

Food is a reflection of the Maguindanaon beliefs and cultures. This demonstration can be traced back from the roots of this Maguindanaon tribe where practices of food preparation is reflective of their faith in Islam. Evidently, Maguindanaon traditional dishes maker observe practices and rituals which are intertwined with their religiosity. This study employed qualitative descriptive-developmental


Assessment of Attitude Towards Research

This paper discusses about the attitude of the final year undergraduate students and the post graduate students towards research. The target group is carefully chosen by the author as students are introduced to research through the capstone project which is predominantly a part of the curriculum in the final year undergraduate courses and the post


Towards an Agency of Dust

In 1987, photographer Peter Wellmer stumbled upon a deserted building with an interior both fully assembled and in working order: the abandoned United Linen Factories at 48a Viktoria Street in Bielefeld, Germany. It had been built in 1913, and, by 1920, Juhl&Helmke employed 164 seamstresses there, who worked on dowry assortments of undergarments and household