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Development of Scales on the Effects of Gaming in Cyber Cafés in Manila

This study attempted to develop valid and reliable scales towards the effects of gaming in cyber cafés in Manila. In order to develop the scales, an initial draft of the questionnaire with twenty-seven items was distributed in the fifteen districts of Manila. A total of four hundred eighteen (418) survey forms were retrieved. Factor analysis

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Resisting Precariousness, Reclaiming Community: Contemporary Art, ‘Unitary Urbanism’ and Urban Futures

This paper will examine instances of contemporary art that have responded to the social urgencies of capitalist-urbanism, which force urban communities into precarious positions such as, exclusionary development, gentrification, housing struggles and the displacement of vulnerable groups. Such works have demonstrated art’s potential to be a tool for assisting communities in acquiring agency over urban

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Redesigning Tertiary Level Efl Courses through Connecting, Learning and Growing

Despite attempts over the last decade to standardize EFL teaching practices in Israeli Higher Education (HE), no overarching guidelines relating to course design have been imposed, leading to ambiguity and lack of mutual recognition between institutions. For over thirty years, the generally accepted approach to English language studies has been to focus on reading skills,

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The Values of Australian Foreign Policy and the 2019 Election: A Potential Contest of Political Philosophies?

Australia’s political system is dominated by its two main parliamentary parties: the conservative Liberal-National Party Coalition, which has been in government since 2013; and the social-democratic Labor Party. Australian politics is thus typically a contest of the rival political philosophies and values commonly observed in modern liberal democracies, that of conservatism versus social democracy. While

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Writing My Own Story: Memoir, Fictional Truth and Memory

Writing My Own Story: Memoir, Fictional Truth and Memory What does it mean to write your own story, from a literary and philosophical perspective? Writing a 100,000-word memoir covering ten years of my life (1995-2005) also forced me to consider the relationship between Truth (capital T), art as fictional truth (according to the history of literature,

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The Art of Justice: Woman Holding a Balance

The Roman goddess of Iustitia (Justice), the blindfolded woman equipped with sword and scales, who impartially delivers human fate in this life and the next, seems almost a timeless figure. And as the image of order in judgment, she is the most universally recognized icon of fair rule and good government. The origins of the

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Designing a Curriculum for the Advanced Stream of a Foundational Literacies Course

Originally, members of the Basic Skills project at Kanda University of International Studies were given the task of developing a new curriculum for the Basic Reading course.  Recent developments, however, have complicated this task.  The new course being designed has been renamed ‘Foundational Literacies’ to better reflect the move away from traditional thinking about teaching

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Solo Female Thai Backpackers Crossing Borders and Transgressing Boundaries: Myths, Stereotypes and Their Fluid and Multiple Identities

“Solo-backpacking” has gained its momentum and popularity among (urban) Thai women nowadays. A gendered nature of this solo-travel has attracted a sizable number of young middle-class Thai women. These young urban women are traditionally shaped and restricted by strict Thai social norms. This study provides an investigation of the current movement/phenomenon of solo female backpackers

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Amplifying Vulnerabilities: How COVID-19 is Impacting Japanese at Risk Youth

There are 608 “Children’s Homes” (児童養護施設 jidō yōgo shisetsu) across Japan caring for youth unable to live their parents for an array of reasons mainly abuse and poverty. According to the most recent data 13.9% (2020 OECD) Japanese youth live in poverty and in 2018, 159,850 child abuse consultations were made (2018, MHLW). Institutionalization of

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The Habitat Differentiation for the Fairness

I am a developmentally disabled person. In this paper, we challenge considering formalizing the relationship between the fairness in econometric analysis of Rawls’s theory of justice and Barwise’s information flow and propose the realization of an equality society for persons with disabilities who can be distinguished from non-handicapped persons. Deterministic social structures are being created

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Gender-Biased Words Marked by Indonesian Suffixes Wan, Wati, and Man: A Socio-Morphological Study

Bahasa Indonesia is not included into sexist language, such as English, German, French, or Arabic. Some words, however, are viewed in non-neutral usage related to gender perspectives. It motivates the writer to conduct a study concerning gender-biased words found in Bahasa Indonesia. The current study aims to describe the forms of gender biased words found

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A Study of the Protein Profile Related to Sweetness during the Developmental Stages of the Nam-Dokmai Mango (Mangifera indica)

Sugar production levels and protein profiles of Mangifera indica were examined in order to study their relationship during development. Sugar levels were analyzed over eight developmental stages using an ATAGO hand refractometer. The results showed that sugar was detected at stage two and remained at the same level through stage five, increased at stage six

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Examining DOH’s National Safe Motherhood Program as a Policy Addressing the Increasing Trend in Philippine Maternal Mortality Ratio

The Philippine Government has been actively trying to address issues pertaining to maternal health since the inception of the MDGs. Yet, despite its efforts to reduce the MMR in the country, the MMR trend continues to be high and increasing. As such, the creation of the National Safe Motherhood Program by the Department of Health

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Teaching Science in the Basic Education Levels in Nigeria: Challenges and Way Forward

ABSTRACT This paper thus looked into the teaching science in the basic education levels in Nigeria: challenges and way forward. Government and other stakeholders should endeavor to improve the system in order to assist, improve and support science teaching for national development. The challenges noticed include poor funding, lack of appropriate and adequate teaching materials,

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Media Literacy in Consumer Consumption and Television Monitoring Habits

It can be argued that media literacy emerged as a need for the individual who lives in a world where the media is rapidly consumed and surrounded by media messages. Media literacy aims to enable individuals to evaluate media awareness and media content from a critical point of view.The importance of media literacy is that

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A Guideline for Using Lesson Study for Preservice Science Teachers in Thailand

This paper addressed the results of the attempting of using a lesson study in preservice science teacher classroom. The lesson study was implemented for 42-senior science student teachers who enrolled the professional experience subject. The classroom observations, reflective journal, discussion form and semi-structured interviews were used in order to gain the required data. Preliminary findings

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What’s Noteworthy and What Needs to be Taken Note of: An Exploratory Examination of a Learning Center for Refugee Children

This paper examines the initiatives of a faith-based, non-governmental learning center set up to teach basic literacy and numeracy skills to a group of Rohingya refugee children in Malaysia. Using the four criteria mentioned in the SAFE Approach; Sequenced, Active Focused, Explicit, the purpose of the study is to highlight the noteworthy practices of the

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Using the Flipped Classroom Approach to Stimulate Deep Learning in Large Classrooms

This project used the Flipped Classroom approach to stimulate deep learning in large classrooms during the film module of a Diploma in Performing Arts course at Sunway University, Malaysia. In the flipped class, students first watched online lectures as homework, and then completed their assignments and practical work in class where the lecturers were present

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Renovating Language Labs to Facilitate Classroom Interaction in Language Education

Language labs are widely used in language education. The labs enable teachers to listen to individual students through headsets connected to computers. They also enable students to practice listening and speaking using their individual workstation. In recent years, peer interaction has been demonstrated as an effective pedagogy in language education. Yet, since traditional labs were

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Development of the Ability in Creative Problem Solving of Early Childhood Education Major Students by Using Group Process Activities

In order to produce quality early childhood education teachers, one of the important skills is problem solving ability. In addition creative problem solving ability helps students to understand and adapt to the rapidly changing society better. The aim of this research was to study and compare development of creative problem solving ability of early childhood

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A Review of System Dynamics Applications in Sustainable Urban Transportation

Towards the end of 20th century, ever-increasing pressures for the need of sustainable development have re-shaped our way of thinking in which sustainability is now widely accepted as a top priority. Most of the economic and social activities are provided via transportation. Thus, it is of great importance to achieve sustainable transportation for sustainable development,

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Saw Vocal Tradition in Local Schooling: The Contestation between Official Knowledge and Localized Knowledge

The prevailing discourses on Thai Education indicate that school is highly institutionalized and culturally hegemonized. It serves an important apparatus for the reproduction of state ideology in disciplining and preparing desired citizen. This paper is a conceptual paper that aims to address the question of whether school is actually a negotiating space. The paper argues

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Peace Education: Community Development and National Prosperity

In light of the current political dynamics and transformations that engulf the MENA region and especially Lebanon, Higher Education Institutions need to assist the youth in developing new values such as democracy and acceptance of the different other in order to maximize community development and consequently, national prosperity on the social and economic levels. This

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Filmmaking Theory for Vertical Video Production

Smartphones have changed the world and now mobile users are consuming more vertical video than ever before (Richards 2017). In particular, vertical video is gaining popularity amongst content makers for social media since the aspect ratio typically suits how mobile phone users hold their phones and therefore how they are now watching video content (ScientiaMobile

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Mind-Recentering in Globalization Context: Mindful Zen Tray Garden Workshop Through Performing Artistic Perspective

Amid our contemporary materialistic context of globalization, the complexity at our subconscious level has also increased. We have found ourselves looking more for the process which could recentering us from within, in order to be able to cope with and to find the way out of our increasing inner problems: meditation practice or artistic practice.

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T-Story: Storytelling Applied to Training

The project is financed by the Transversal Actions (Key Activity 3 � Information and Communication Technologies) under the Lifelong Learning Programme from the European Commission. Between November 2012 to October 2014, seven institutions from seven European countries (Italy, Portugal, Romania, The Netherlands, Poland, Spain and Greece) will be carry out the intent to promote a

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Fan So and Early Chinese Musicians in Aotearoa New Zealand: Musical Creativity in an Era of Colonialism, Migration and Discrimination

After warning John McLean of a plot on his life in order to steal his gold, Chinese goldminer, Fan So, became a faithful servant and travelled with him from the Australian goldfields to Aotearoa New Zealand around the middle of the nineteenth century. While McLean became an important and recognised figure in New Zealand, little

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Evaluating the Initiative for the Integration of Regional Infrastructure in South America (IIRSA): Economic, Social and the Environmental Impacts in the Amazon Countries in the Cardoso and Lula Governments (1995-2010)

Since the 1990s Brazil began to take special interest in South American affairs, specifically during the presidencies of Fernando Henrique Cardoso (1995-2002) and Luiz Inácio “Lula” da Silva (2003-2010), which resulted in the strengthening of “Mercado Comum do Sul” (MERCOSUL). During this period, countries with the highest economic growth were those located around the Pacific

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The Efficiency and Effectiveness of the K-12 Energy Technology Education Promotion Centers in Taiwan

In order to promote energy technology literacy for graders K-12, the Ministry of Education (MOE) in Taiwan initiated a K-12 Energy Technology Education Project in September 2010. This project has one project office, affiliated to a university, and 18 promotion centers affiliated to 18 schools, including 5 regional ones for upper-secondary schools and 13 county/city

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The Importance of Organizational Learning for Change in Higher Education Institutions

Many works have been written about different forms of organizational learning (OL), mostly in business environments. However, currently, academic environments are tapping into the same concepts in order to enhance performance that is driven by competition from other institutions that may have better strategies for student enrollment and retention, high caliber of faculty, more prominence

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The Subnational Local Governance Index in Mexico

The main purpose of this paper is to present the results of the use and construction of the methodological instrument called Subnational Local Governance Index (ISGL). That Index was built to contribute to the assessments of institutional capacities of local governments, in order to resolve public problems in Mexico. The Construction of that Index has

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Strategic Motivations for Australian Military Intervention in the Middle East

Australia has once again sent its armed forces to join a military coalition in the Middle East, this time as part of the international intervention against the Islamic State insurgency in Iraq and Syria. This continues a pattern of Australian participation in Middle Eastern military interventions over the past century. Apart from the role played

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The Significance of the Concept of Budi in the Malay Worldview: An Analysis of the Malaysian Animated Film “Putih”

This paper discusses the Malay moral values based on the concept of Budi and its application through the portrayal of selected characters in the Malaysian animated film “Putih” (2001). The method of analysis employs the academic study of Lim Kim Hui (2003a)’s Budi and its networks (akal, hati, bicara, bahasa/pekerti and daya) and it includes

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A Study on Cochlear-implanted Children’s Early First Language Development

This study investigates the cochlear-implanted (CI) children’s early language development status. It mainly focuses on two issues: (1), whether and how daily parent-child interaction would influence CI children’s special belated first language (L1) acquisition; and (2), whether there are any similarities or differences between the L1 acquisition by CI children and that by children with

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Cultural Impediments to the Domestication of Women’s Rights Instruments in Nigeria

Nigeria ratified a number of International human rights instruments aimed at recognizing the rights of women. These include the Convention on the elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), the Optional Protocol to CEDAW and the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa

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Investigating the Idea of EAP Classroom Diglossia and Patterns of Code Switching

This small study is being conducted in a Sino-British University in China with preliminary year students learning academic reading and writing skills in English. It aims to discover why and when groups of Chinese students in an EAP classroom choose to use either English or Chinese during group work. It seeks to find whether they

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Action Research on Note-taking Instruction

The importance of note-taking skills for English for academic purposes (EAP) students and teachers is growing due to a rapid increase of English-medium instruction (EMI) courses offered in English as a Foreign Language (EFL) contexts. Note-taking is a complex process that involves comprehending aural input, identifying important information, and recording information. All of which is

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A Dilemma or Hope for China’s Democratization: A Research on Cyberpolitics Participation of Chinese Citizen Based on Chai Jing Event

This article examines the main characteristics of Chinese cyber-politics participation and reveals the deep reasons behind those characteristics of Chinese cyber-politics participation through a recent heated discussion online on an investigation of the Chinese environmental problem conducted by a Chinese popular journalist Chai Jing. In theory, with the development of internet technique and improvement of

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Sino-American Relations in Southeast Asia: Oil Crisis in Global Affairs

The global shift in international order after the Cold War was largely expected to be one with American rules and supremacy. However, Chinese successful economic reforms, its effective regionalization policies and cooperation initiatives with ASEAN, Japan and South Korea re-directed the global shift to Asia and made it a big challenge for the American foreign

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Exploring the Reflections of Non-optionist Polytechnic English Language Lecturers (PELLs) in Identifying Their Professional Development Concerns

The exploration into teachers’ reflection in a language classroom context can be considered as an effective tool to investigate their teaching concerns. Hence, this study is carried out to explore three non-optionist polytechnic English Language lecturers’ (PELL) teaching concerns in order to understand the formation of their belief systems. The exhibition of PELLs’ belief systems

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Industry’s Needs on Oral Communication Skills among Tourism Students in a Polytechnic

As a growing industry, tourism provides tremendous opportunity for students who enjoy working with people. It is important that the tourism graduates develop strong oral communication skills needed by the industry. The aims of this study are to determine the industry’s needs on oral communication skills among tourism students in a polytechnic, to investigate the

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Evaluating Effectiveness of Length of Closure in Remediating Coliform Contamination in Boracay Island

The international tourist destination of Boracay Island was closed by national authorities last April 2018 due to the persistent high coliform concentrations found in its beach waters. The cause of the contamination is identified as inadequate sanitation systems whose outflow goes to the groundwater. This water in turn leaks out to the sea. The rationale

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Rethinking Research: Bridging Theory and Practice in Adult Literacy

Low literacy rates in the US are explained in research based on several factors: from literacy programs’ inability to support educator and tutor professional development to shortcomings in program evaluation such as assessment and accountability measurement error (Comings & Soricone, 2007). Research also determines that low literacy rates are exacerbated by lack of funding assistance

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Analysis and Improvement of the Management of Stocks in ‘Vasco Da Gama’ Frigates – A Practical Study

Vessels, as an autonomous system, require the provision of maintenance needs, and transport the spare parts necessary to meet those needs. The existence of stocks and the type of lots on board are intertwined with the type of mission assigned, and according to the duration of the mission, often the ship cannot be supplied by

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Mango Sheet Drying by the Solar Dryer Combine with Electric Coil

This research aimed to compare the duration of drying, energy consumption and yield of drying mango sheet between drying with solar energy and drying with the combination of solar energy and electric coil. The designed conditions of the temperature were divided into 3 ranges, i.e., 45-50__∞C, 55-60__∞C and 65-70 __∞C in order to find the

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Improving University Teachers’ Professional Ethics in Teaching Practice in China

Teacher’s professional ethics, short for teacher ethics, refers to the relatively stable moral concepts, moral qualities and codes of conduct formed by teachers in the process of educational work. From this definition, we can know that teacher’s professional ethics is an excellent quality of internalizing morality through teaching practice. Therefore, this kind of quality is

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Developing a Game-Based Proprioception Reconstruction System for Patients with Ankle Sprain

Research results have revealed that ankle sprain is the top one cause for sport injury, indicating the relatively high demand of rehabilitation programme due to ankle sprain. For patients with ankle sprain, apart from providing treatment for joint and muscle tone, in order to maintain body balance and stability, proprioception reconstruction should also be considered

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Textile Practices as Media for Narrating Local Story

In this study, mainly the living materials of my hometown and its spatial imaginations will be explored through textile practices, and be transformed into the subject matters of designs. Some humane images in local places will be investigated, in expectation to review the connection between the designer and the places where he/she live, in order

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Multi-Layered Structure of Documentary Narration and the Blurring Lines

“Reality” has always been on the focus within the documentary narration and in order to come closer to reality, search for the new techniques and forms has continued throughout the history of documentary cinema. Reality, within the framework of multi-layered structure of the documentary narration, consists of a reference to the documentary. So, documentaries should

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Reading Kenji Miyazawa after 3.11: Region, Utopia, and Resilience

Interpretations of Miyazawa Kenji’s work have gone through several iterations since his death: from virtual obscurity he was recovered as an author of children’s literature and poetry, and, in the postwar, his writing was appreciated for its incorporation of Buddhist themes and Miyazawa himself became synonymous with provincial Japan. After the 3.11 earthquake, tsunami, and

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Job Safety Knowledge and Apply Job Safety Analysis for Small and Medium Enterprises: At Chacheongsao Chonburi and Rayong Province

This study aimed to determine the job safety behavior among the employees and employers in small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in order to develop a guideline for the promotion of job safety knowledge and to support the job safety activities in the workplace of SMEs by applying the Hazard Identification Technique in job safety analysis.

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Communication for Maintaining Ethnic Identity of the Siamese-Malaysian Community in Malaysia

This article explains that in the changing context of society the Siamese-Malaysian community can maintain their efficient community among the multi-cultural races. They have cultivated and built the awareness of historical context in order to construct the collective meaning of their ethnicity. They conserve cultural context that is the meaning and value of their national

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Transcontextualizing Contemporary Filipino Gay-Themed Movies: Its Message to the LGBT Community

This study focused on transcontextualizing contemporary Filipino gay-themed movies. Utilizing Content Analysis, this study deciphered the underlying message of each contemporary Filipino gay-themed movie and its social relevance to the LGBT community. As an analytic strategy, content analysis enables a systematic examination of forms of communication to document patterns objectively. It is a method for

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Between the Concept of Rights and the Philosophy of Ethics: An Investigation on the Concept of Marriage of Chinese Lesbians

This article examines the issue of how the Chinese citizen makes a choice when a confliction appears between the pursuit towards rights and the obedience to the code of ethics, and compared with the effects of rights concept why the constraint of ethics as a Chinese typical traditional cultural system exerts much more influence on

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The Impact of the Western Liberal Arts Education in the Mena Region: A Case Study

This study focuses on the development of the millennial generation within the liberal arts education setting. It has been proven that the principles of different generations are subjected to change from time to time. It is the university’s duty to articulate the distinctive sociological, ideological, and psychological variation of each generation to help it provide

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Effects of Cinema Sounds on the Perception of the Motion Picture

A big number of studies have investigated the mechanisms of the human nervous system that receive environmental stimuli in order to create what we understand as “reality”. Taking into account the importance of both audition and vision in constructing a common audiovisual reality, it is of great importance to identify the relation and interactions between

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Theo Angelopoulos: “A Voyage in History, Time and Space”

This paper aims to analyse the historical and dialectical approach of Angelopoulos’s mise-en-scene as well as its connection to historical events in his films: Day’s of ’36 (1972), The Travelling Players (1975), The Hunters (1977), Alexander the Great (1980). Angelopoulos was particularly interested in the Greek History of the twentieth century, and he puts it

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Linguistics and L1 Transfer in the Service of Pre-Service L2 Student Teachers

In my talk, I will establish the unique contribution of integrating two major perspectives into Foreign Language (FL) teacher education, particularly to Student Teachers (ST’s) who are training to teach a FL that is NOT their native language. The first is based on insights from modern linguistics; the second adopts the concept of first language

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Management of Sustainability Activities in Projects: The Perspective of Project Managers

Managing project sustainability is becoming important in the last two decades. An increasing number of projects have built in sustainability considerations into project design and implementation. For instance, the “Equator Principles” as adopted by the Equator Principles Financial Institutions since 2003 have urged projects seeking project financing to meet the requirements of determining, assessing and

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The Structure of Narrative Design. A Case Study: Interior Design Proposal of Thread of Life Gallery in Bali

When an exhibition is designed with object-oriented approach, merely focuses on conservation, display and object information, visitors often don’t understand the object. The design function as a medium of visual communication is failed. The exhibition design should be user centered and the goals are communicating objects and their context to visitors in order to make

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Family Environment Mode Approach (FEMA) Procedures for Nurturing Affective Learning

This paper aims to provide detailed and replicable protocols for the Family Environment Mode Approach (FEMA) to language teaching, developed by the author. FEMA involves the conscious application of an emotional field by self-re-generating educational actors in order to promote key concepts that indirectly affect educational outcomes by reducing stress and increasing motivation. It supports

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How Woman Present Herself on Line: Exploring the Practice of Personal Identity Through Brand on Member of Female Daily

This paper considers the role of brand as a media to present a woman in a virtual community in Indonesia called Female Daily Forums. In the absence of face to face communication, the member needs something to identify with as they communicate with one another. Specifically, the research looks at how a certain brand is

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Negotiating Language Development and Growth Through Social Interactions: The Case of Setswana

In most modern African societies, identity through language is extremely a rare phenomenon. This is because most communities are multilingual and there is usually more than one language spoken. The presence of more than one language and other social factors affect the development and growth of the mother tongue in any given community. These social

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I Love You, Bro: The [Mis]Representation of Male-Bonding in Boy Bands through their Music

The intricacies of defining a relationship between the same sex often yield to misperceptions of gender preference of that individual who is living in a heteronormative society. The so-called male-bond or ‘bromance’ which typically exists in boy bands have ample time to stay together and to get attached. With this, an inevitable question has been

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Local Wisdom in Weaving Reed Mats by Designing Patterns at Community Enterprise of Kok Mat Transformation in Ban Sang District

This research was aimed to study context, ways of thinking, principle, wisdom evidence and knowledge management on weaving reed mats of the entrepreneur group and the continuation of adopted local wisdom through the decoration design and development the reed mat products of the Bang Pluang Reed-Mat-Transformation Community, Ban Sang District, Prachin Buri, Thailand. This research

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Anger among Interpersonal Communication Process and its Reasons

Anger is an emotional condition which can reach an extreme intensy of aggression from a moderate irritation. A variety of dissatisfaction and unhappiness about our lifes, a variety of situations which we face with but don�t think that we deserve, decrease of our general tolerance and resistance level or tha space and unsatisfaction created by

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The Effects of Input Type and Tasks on Vocabulary Learning

This paper discusses the effects of various types of vocabulary lists and tasks on L2 vocabulary learning. Two studies were conducted in 2013 and 2014 with 29 Japanese students who are native English speakers. In study 1, three different vocabulary lists containing 37 verbs were presented to three groups: words in alphabetical order, words with

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A Brief Approach to Spivak’s Reflections on Subalternity and Agency from the Perspective of Cognitive Science

The purpose of this research is to examine Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak’s reflections on subalternity and agency from the perspective of cognitive science. The sciences of mind and brain shed light on how the human brain processes and transforms the inputs it receives and highlight the importance of contemplating how the “machine” of mind works in

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Grammatical Errors Analysis of the First Year English Major Students, Udon Thani Rajabhat University

The purposes of this research were; 1.) to investigate types of grammatical errors made by the first year English major students, Udon Thani Rajabhat University, 2.) to explain characteristics of the errors and give examples of the errors in order to find out the proper ways to solve those errors. Data was collected from 49

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Capacity Building towards Improvement of Energy, Environment, and Community Development Compliance in Indonesia: A Case Study of Pesanggaran Power Generation

Gas Fired Power Plant of Pesanggaran is one of power generation unit that currently operated by PT. Indonesia Power – Generation and Service Unit of Bali. Having vision to become World Class Services Company, Pesanggaran Power Plant contributes to Environmental Compliance (PROPER) Awards by Ministry of Environment. PROPER clustered into compliance and beyond compliance assessment

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Investing on Preventive Diplomacy: How ASEAN can Generate Soft Power through Its Peacemaking Mechanism

Preventive diplomacy is defined by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Regional Forum as diplomatic or political action used by states to avert disputes that has the possibility of threatening regional peace and stability. The 2015 ASEAN integration offers possibilities for the establishment of ASEAN soft power. Soft power is the ability to attract

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A Development of Management Model Using Business Intelligence Methodology for Higher Education Students to Enter Occupation Internationally

The purpose of the research study was to develop a model of learning management using the business intelligence methodology to help higher education student enter the occupation internationally. The research study consisted of two phases. The first phase was to develop the learning management model and the second phase was to evaluate the appropriateness of

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Guidelines for Improving Productivity, Inventory, Turnover Rate, and Level of Defects in the Plastic Industry

The purposes of this study are to study the current situation, opportunity, and obstacle in plastic industry, to create a model for improving the efficiency, reducing level of inventory, turnover, and level of defect. This study used snowball sampling from 20 companies from plastic industry in Thailand. The results found that 18 companies are medium

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Reclaiming Women’s Expressive Rights: Japanese Adaptation of Lillian Hellman’s The Children’s Hour

Lillian Hellman’s play, The Children’s Hour, with its implicit reference to lesbianism, has invited multiple interpretations. However, very little attention has been paid to how the play has been adapted outside the United States. The Children’s Hour was staged on Broadway in 1934 and made into a film twice: first in 1936, and then again

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Development of Science Academic Achievement by Using Inquiry Based Learning and Problem Based Learning of Grade 1st Students

The aim of this research was 1) to develop the students’ science academic achievement in order to pass the criteria of 70 percent of full score 2) to study the students’ satisfaction toward the Inquiry-Based Learning and Problem-Based Learning activities. The research study was conducted on 38, 1st-grade students who were 6-7 years old in

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Ching Phra Chan Collection: A Reflection to Theravda Buddhist Legend

It is undeniable that Thai classical music plays significant role in ritual context in Thai society since the ancient time especially played during the arrival, the meal, and the farewell of Buddhist monks. Ching Phra Chan (CPC) is the special collection of songs played during the meal. This leads to the research question why these

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Co-Evolution of Internal and External Selection

The paper content is embedded in an evolutionary approach in strategic management, in which the processes of selection, variation, and retention are significantly salient, however, the logic of selection and co-interrelated adaptativeness is primary. The paper focuses on external and internal selection. Moreover, the paper concerns co-evolutionary integrating research perspective. Both internal and external selection

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The Language of the Right-wing Populism: A Lexical Analysis of the Texts by the Freedom Party of Austria

Today politics is only successful if it is successfully communicated. A political trend that has recently achieved great election success in many European countries and beyond is the so-called right-wing populism. In order to understand and respond appropriately to these achievements and changes in the political culture, it is necessary to look more closely at

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The Soundscape East of The River: Sonic Icons in Nagai Kafū’s Writings

By focusing on the auditory dimension of Nagai Kafū’s (1879-1959) representation of Tokyo in his most renown – and admittedly most representative – novel, Bokutō kidan (A Strange Tale from East of the River, 1937), my paper attempts to provide new insights into this author’s critique of the modern(ized) city. Repeatedly modified and rebuilt in

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Building Resilience and Connection during the Pandemic: Using Trauma-Informed Pedagogy in the Teaching of Chinese and Italian Cultures Through Noodles

The experience of trauma, both national and personal, may inhibit learning and decrease learner motivation. As the pandemic raged globally, professors investigated new pedagogies in order to interact effectively with students in an unpredictable world. Our students had experienced a myriad of hardship, isolation, uncertainty, and fear by the time they enrolled in our summer

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Change of Circumstances and Judicial Power: A European Perspective of Contract Law

An obligation should always be performed, even when its performance has become more onerous. However, if the performance of a contractual obligation has become extremely onerous because of an exceptional change of circumstances, the answer must be different. This paper discusses how the judicial power deals with changes of circumstances in long-term contracts. There are

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Using the Concept of Fashion to Link Diverse Programs

Departments housed in US land grant agricultural colleges often have the unenviable and difficult task of justifying their existence as collaborative entities that complement each other. Programs like fashion design and merchandising, family resources, and agricultural sciences have historic roots with seemingly little relevance to each other in today’s academic milieu. Putting politics aside, educators

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Reducing Production Costs of Jasmine Rice with Quality Control Circle (QCC)

Our research objective was to find ways to reduce the cost of growing jasmine rice in Chachoengsao, Thailand. The finding revealed that the estimated costs of production were high up to 4,403.39 baht/rai with an average yield of 467.62 kg/rai. The transfer of technologywith a Quality Control Circle was proposed to reduce costs of production.

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A Contentious Genre: Defining the Historical Film

On its surface, the historical film genre appears easy to define as a film that depicts historical events. However, after many decades of research into the film and history discourse, a concrete definition of what constitutes a historical film continues to elude film scholars. There is no singular answer as to what defines a film

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Computer-Based Test and Paper-Based Test as English Language Assessment in Indonesian Junior High Schools 2017

This paper explains and critiques the implementation of CBT (Computer-Based Test) and PBT (Paper-Based Test) as English language assessment in Indonesian Junior High Schools. The policy analysis was done by scrutinizing two regulations of Badan Nasional Standar Pendidikan (Indonesian Bureau of Standardised Education): BSNP: 0075/SDAR/BSNP/XII/2016 about the contents of National Examination, and BSNP: 0043/P/BSNP/2017 about

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Changing Perspectives: Contemporary Art Practices in Primary and Secondary Art Classrooms

This presentation will be a literature review of research on Contemporary art practices in primary and secondary schools. The ability to understand and translate visual data is vital to one’s ability to navigate through a complex world (Thulson, 2013), therefore, acquainting students with Contemporary art practices is essential for a broader literacy. The ability to

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Impact of Cultural Education on Social Cohesion after a Sudden Disaster: With Reference to Two Flood Affected Locations in Colombo

Unexpected disasters may destruct people’s day-to-day life. Recent history about disasters occurred in Sri Lanka shows that non-victims of disasters tend to sense that such situations as ‘our’ problem rather than ‘their’ problem. In order to create such shared collective feeling cultural teaching play noticeable role. During May 2016 Sri Lanka went through severe flooding

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Development of Problem-Solving Ability, Using Problem-Based Learning of Mathayomsuksa 5/8 Students at Borabuwittayakhan School, Mahasarakham, Thailand

This action research aims to develop the problem-solving ability and – scientific attitude, using the Problem-based Learning (PBL) in Physics. The target students are 27 students in Matthayomsuksa 5 from Borabuwittayakham School, Mahasarakham, Thailand. The research process is divided into 2 main periods. Each period is consisted of 4 cycles having 4 steps; planning, acting,

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The Quest for Spirituality: A Psychoanalytic Approach

The relationship between psychoanalysis and religion is often said to be antagonistic, as Freud famously claims that our religious beliefs are but a product of irrationality generated by our infantile phantasies. Recently, however, the philosopher John Cottingham suggests that religious faith is not only compatible with, but in fact supported by psychoanalytic theory, to the

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Integrating Formative Assessment in the University Education

Assessment in education should effectively measure if and how students learn. This paper discusses the integration of formative assessment (FA) into the university education. Summative assessment (SA) provides a summary judgment about the learning achieved after some period of time. SA’s primary goal is to inform external audiences for certification and accountability purposes. Formative assessment

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Boosting Self-care Strategies and Resiliency Manual for Promoting Counselors’ Wellness

Counselors’ well-being is very essential in the fulfillment of day to day task of providing counseling services to their clients. It is expected that a counselor with positive physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional state will be able to develop therapeutic alliance, demonstrate empathy, and design appropriate intervention plan to address client’s presenting concern. On the

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Interactive Learning, Teaching and Assessment Using Socrative

One of the fundamental challenges faced within the UK higher education sector is the focus of developing and promoting an inclusive curriculum. It is essential for all higher education institutions to identify and engage in promoting the success of all students. It is necessary for higher education institutions to instil quality enhancement processes and in

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An Explanation of Monk’s Marriage in Japan ―The Ideas of Shinran and a Comparison with M.Luther―

Buddhism is one of unique religions which prohibit having sex as its rule. Monks must uphold their precepts in which prohibits “any kind of” sex. And it is noted that, in laymen’ precepts, “indecent” sex is prohibited. It shows that the difference about sex is a clear distinction between monks and laymen. In Japan, we

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Development of Appropriate Knowledge Cultivation and Production of Para Rubber for Farmers in Loei Province, Thailand

This research aimed to study on 1, To create and promote participatory learning in the field of knowledge management of the para rubber in the community . 2, To develop a set of appropriate knowledge of cultivation and production of para rubber for farmers in Loei province, Thailand .The research methodology were both quantitative and

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Identifying Variables in English as Medium of Instruction: A Trajectory Equifinality Modeling Analysis of Two English Teachers in Japan

The Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT) has long tried to change the medium of instruction (MI) for secondary school English education. Released in March, 2018, a new course of study states that junior high school English should be taught in English. This reinforces an earlier announcement for MI in senior

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The Right of Vote to Syrian Migrants, The Rise and Fragmentation of Anti-Migrant Sentiments in Turkey

Hosting more than 3 million Syrian migrants, Turkey has a serious migrant issue with an increasing level of anti-migrant sentiments. In migrant hosting countries, the anti-migrant sentiments are mostly associated with unemployment, social and cultural issues, etc. However, Turkish people face an additional migrant issue, which is unique to Turkey: According to officials, more than

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International Circulation of Newspaper Novels: British Empire, Japan, and the Yubin Hochi Shimbun

Japanese newspaper novels emerged as a genre in the latter half of the 19th century. In 1886, the Yubin Hochi Shimbun (YHS), a hitherto primarily political newspaper, declared that it would print novels in order to internationalize its readers. The editor Morita Shiken had visited Europe and America to learn how to run and edit

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Behavior and Satisfaction of Thai Tourists Towards Cultural Tourism Through Homestays in a Community Enterprise in Thailand

This article focused on behavior and satisfaction of Thai tourists toward cultural tourism through homestay tourists at Ban Rim Khlong Community Enterprise in Samut Songkhram, Thailand. This quantitative research used questionnaires concerning the behavior and satisfaction. Participants consisted of 400 tourists that were recruit from tourists available at Samut Songkhram during the period of investigation.

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The Relationship among Yoga Teaching, Leadership Type, and Student Motivation in Class Setting

In order to improve students’ learning, teacher needs to adapt various and useful techniques in class teaching. The efficient learning can be influenced by teacher’s personal leadership styles, personal characteristics, or teaching visual aids equipments. The purpose of this study was to investigate yoga teachers’ teaching strategies, teachers’ leadership types and influence upon students’ learning

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Love, Suffering and Conflict: Some Lessons from Freud’s Civilization and its Discontents

In Civilization and its Discontents, Freud suggests that interpersonal relations constitute one of the three main sources of human suffering, the other two sources being the superior powers of nature and the pains arising from our own bodies. Taken together, these three sources undermine the possibility that human beings can achieve happiness: ‘Life, as we