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Tran Thanh Yen
Published: 3 December 2021
RA JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH, Volume 07; https://doi.org/10.47191/rajar/v7i12.04

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In today’s society, there are still school violence behaviors that affect simultaneously seriously to the physical and mental health of students as well as their academic performances. This article will present how high school students in the city of Da Nang cope with these related problems. A study with the participation of 423 students at seven schools in Da Nang city was carried out to describe the fact how students cope with school violence behaviours. Its result shows that the main cause of school violence behavior comes from students’ witnessing various types of violence. In addition, students apply positive responses through actions and emotions when faced with school violence behaviors. Based on the result obtained, the study recommends measures to partially affect the way the schools and families develop their solutions, as well as directly affect the survey subjects.
Zihua Zhang, Huaan Zhang, Su Zhang, Zhiying Zhong
Engineering and Technology Journal, Volume 06, pp 1071-1075; https://doi.org/10.47191/etj/v6i12.01

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Another kind of ultra-fast phenomenon, superluminal transmission of light pulse,was proposed, its velocity can faster than the infinite that was proved in theory and experiment. Based on two kinds of epistemology and world, both deeply effects on Science and technology and open new application of Laser discussed briefly. We also suggested add the content of two kinds of epistemology and worlds in Physics to clear the relationship between the Relativity and general Physics
Thi Hoai Huong Hoang
International Journal of Current Science Research and Review, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijcsrr/v4-i12-03

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In the context of the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in countries around the world, it is extremely hard for farmers to consume agricultural products, thereby affecting their production results. This study was designed to analyze the factors affecting the production and business results of lychee farmers in Vietnam in the context of the influence of the Covid 19 pandemic. Data for the study was collected from a survey of about 400 lychee production households according to Global Gap standards in Vietnam. Research findings have shown that the revenue from the supply of lychee products of farmers in Vietnam has decreased after the effects of Covid 19. Along with that, factors also have different degrees of influence on the business results of lychee-producing households. Especially in the context of the Covid 19 pandemic, e-commerce has become an effective consumption channel, supporting the consumption of products of lychee producers in Vietnam. In the light of those findings, the author provided recommendations for lychee product suppliers in Vietnam on how to solve their problems.
Akinwole Agnes Kikelomo, Yekini Nureni Asafe, Oloyede Olamide Adetokunbo, Ojo Olanrewaju
Engineering and Technology Journal, Volume 06, pp 1076-1083; https://doi.org/10.47191/etj/v6i12.02

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This work focused on the designing of medical diagnosis system using Supervised Machine Learning. Logistics Regression Algorithms (LRA) was adopted, the label inputs for the data set which the symptoms were trained and mapped with the input of the user. Diagnosis of malaria was considered in this work; the system verified the value of the logical regression in the medical decision support system. Medical practitioners and other health workers can use this system to make better decisions in medical diagnosis for malaria. Adoption of this system will reduce stress of diagnoses malaria from patient and reduce congestion in our hospitals.
Cătălina – Oana Frăţilă, Bucharest Mvnia
International Journal of Current Science Research and Review, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijcsrr/v4-i12-04

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In a world where technology is part of people’s lives and where most people are present on social networks, research is needed to highlight the importance and usefulness of these social networks. Since 2016, a new social network has joined this community: TikTok. Through this approach we aim to identify the reasons why people stormed the social network TikTok. Through an analysis of the literature, we will follow the motivation of people to be present on TikTok and we will determine if the identified reasons are influenced by the coronavirus pandemic. Without a doubt, the pandemic that started at the end of 2019 has changed the lives of many people, from different perspectives. The analyzed perspective in this article is that of the activity on social networks. Through this study, we want to determine if the pandemic was the reason for the growth of the TikTok community in such short time.
Abdulrhman Saleh Alamoudi
International Journal of Social Science and Human Research, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijsshr/v4-i12-03

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Studying the implications of literary language is an interesting field of study as its focal analyses are the sophisticated linguistic features used consciously or unconsciously by the authors. Concerning the focus of this paper, the talent of Jane Austen is evident in the domain of literary linguistics. Reviewing the previous literature proves excessive scrutiny of the chief young couples, namely Elizabeth and Darcy. Given that, the present article sheds light on the conversations between the old couple in Pride and Prejudice; Mr. and Mrs. Bennet from a pragmatic perspective. The analysis focuses on the very first conversation between the couple as being representative of their relationship. This analysis employs two major pragmatic concepts: the various types of Austin's speech acts as defined by Cutting (2002) and Grice's maxims (1975). Of the thirty-one utterances analyzed in the targeted conversation, 20 are by Mrs. Bennet and 11 by Mr. Bennet. Mrs. Bennet's most frequent speech act is the representative whereas that of Mr. Bennet is the directive. Both violate the maxims, but Mrs. Bennet violates that of quantity as being talkative, unlike Mr. Bennet who violates quality and relation maxims. These analyses demonstrate the misunderstanding and deep psychological gap between Mr. and Mrs. Bennet inferred through their linguistic exchange.
Beatrice Idowu Oluwadare
International Journal of Social Science and Human Research, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijsshr/v4-i12-02

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Nigeria is currently bewildered with lots of challenges which are negatively affecting all the seventeen Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to the attained in 2030. This paper attempts to bring to the fore these challenges and how students’ awareness and exploration of hope through Literature-in-English could serve as an antidote. It also presents various reasons Literature –in- English students should be advocates of sustainable development by inculcating right values and attitudes in bringing hope to the down trodden in the society at their different levels. It also reveals the need for poets, literary writers, artists, individuals, society, leaders, followers, curriculum planners and government to produce literary pieces that will enlighten Literature-in- English students about the change for development to both the oppressed and the oppressors. Students develop positive attitudes, right emotions, good moral values to bring hope to the hopeless in the society and orientating the society that all hope for better Nigeria is not lost. This can help to reduce rate of criminalities, morbidity and mortality, and insecurity across the states and making our leaders to act promptly to do the right things at the right time. Based on this overview, it is recommended that literary texts that teach good human relationship, discipline and national values among the leaders and the led should be recommended for Literature- in –English students as a driving force towards SDG 2030
Shahobiddin Abdurayimovich Khudayberdiev
International Journal of Social Science and Human Research, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijsshr/v4-i11-45

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This article is devoted to the problem of distance education, namely the use of information technology in higher education. This paper examines modern approaches to learning based on Internet technologies, presents the main factors that determine the need for the use of distance learning technology in the education system, and shows the advantages and disadvantages of distance education as an innovative form of learning. The article is devoted to the possibilities of expanding the potential of traditional distance education through Internet technologies, describes the grounds for their use and the advantages of using them, and reveals the essential characteristics and specific features of distance learning. The author considers both positive and negative aspects of distance learning and focuses on certain issues of the criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of distance education. There are two types of factors for the use of distance learning in the education system: external and internal factors.
Umid Abdullaevich Otajanov
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i12-01

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The article examines the investment potential of the territories of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the issues and investment distribution problems in them. Also, in the article predictions were made using programs of mathematical models of artificial neural networks in the analysis of distributions process problems,and the results were determined by comparing the results with trend and panel methods. Sustainable territorial socio-economic development is determined by general laws of country socio-economic development, the share of export products in the total output of the region, depending on the composition of the gross regional product, in key sectors of the economy is determined by features such as competitive product, scientific potential, population income. Therefore, the problems that arise in ensuring the socio-economic development of the region in modern conditions will have their own regional characteristics.Addressing the territorial socio-economic development problems require strengthening the regulatory role of the state in determining regional economic policy, governance, the development of effective systems, tools and methods of state regulation. Sustainable territorial socio-economic development also depends on the self-sufficiency level of resources and effective budget finance, credit, tax and price policies.
K. Soujanya
International Journal of Current Science Research and Review, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijcsrr/v4-i12-01

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Once the employee has been selected, trained and motivated, he is then appraised for his performance. Performance appraisal is the step where the management finds out how effective it has been at hiring and placing employees. Thus, teachers evaluate the performance of students, bankers evaluate the performance of creditors, parents evaluate the behavior of their children and all of us consciously or unconsciously evaluate our own actions from time to time. In social interactions, performance is considered a systematic and planned manner to achieve widespread popularity in recent years. Performance appraisal is essential to understand and improve the employee’s appraisal. It was viewed that performance appraisal was useful to decide upon employee promotion/transfer salary determination and the like. But the recent development in human resources management, it indicates the levels of desired performance levels, of actual performance in gap between this two. This gap should be bridged through human resources development techniques like training, executive development etc., For the main asset is employees according to the employee’s performance the production, sale is happened to the organization according to that the profit and growth of the organization is increased or decreased for that the employee performance is most important. The employee performance is known by performance evaluation only. In other words, performance appraisal can be defined as the systematic evaluation of the individual with respect to their performance on the job and their potential development and his or her judgments, targets achieved by him or her, etc. The study aimed to investigate the assessment of performance appraisal is given to the employees working in the Visakhapatnam port trust.
Otajanov Umid Abdullaevich
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Analysis, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijmra/v4-i11-41

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The article describes the views of scientists and the authour's approach regarding role of regions' potential socio economic in country's development and investment climate in the regions in attracting investment. In addition to the traditional method of assessing the investment climate, the author initially conducted a descriptive analysis, which in turn allows for complete information and clear conclusions on the distribution of investments in the regions. Also, as an author's approach, a methodology for assessing the investment climate in the regions on the basis of a comprehensive assessment is presented, which is assessed taking into account the specific features and capabilities of the regions of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Nguyen Huynh Trang
International Journal of Social Science and Human Research, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijsshr/v4-i11-30

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To acquire a language, learners need to be skillful at the four skills namely: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Among them, writing is usually considered a complex skill to learn. This study is aimed to investigate the second-year English majored students’ perception of essay writing problems encountered and solutions to overcome these problems. The participants of this study are 44 second year English majored students at a public university in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam, consisting of 32 females and 12 males. The data were collected by a questionnaire to explore the difficulties encountered by EFL learners in writing essays and their expectations from their lecturers as well as from themselves to have better performance. The results revealed that students face major difficulties in writing essays including linguistic, psychological, cognitive factors. With the hope to get better writing performance, the students expected more assistance from their lecturers, including giving more feed backs on their writing pieces, recommending appropriate reading materials and providing more grammar courses. They also admitted that their writing pieces will be improved when they themselves practice more such as forming their writing habits, gaining more vocabularies and self-editing or asking feedback from peers.
Diala Chinwendu Virginia
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i11-32

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This study carefully searched secondary data sources on the processes and enablers of knowledge transfer in Multinational Corporation in Nigeria. Through knowledge based theory and Agency Theory the independent variables have positive relationship with dependent variable. Organizational Culture and Information Technology are important in the process of transferring knowledge from MNCs headquarter to its subsidiaries, and should be acknowledged.
Quroti Ayun
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Analysis, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijmra/v4-i11-42

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Dental and oral health problems in the people of East Nusa Tenggara Province are in the high category. The people of Coal Village have a habit of drinking sopi, a traditional alcoholic beverage. Frequently drinking alcoholic beverages for long duration has a negative risk to the oral health. Sopi is one of the traditional alcoholic beverages, fermented from Enau (palm) tree plants. The purpose of this research is relationship between the habits of drinking sopi and the status of dental caries. Method: This is a research of Analytical Survey. This research was conducted in November to December 2019. The population on this research was the society of sopi drinkers. The total sampling was 76 people. The data collecting of the sopi drinking habits was carried out by completing the checklists; the data of the dental caries status was obtained by direct examinations. The data analysis used the test of Kendall’s Tau c. Results: The duration of drinking sopi was classified in the old category (93,4%); the frequency of drinking sopi was classified in the frequent category (63,2%); the volume of the drunk sopi was classified in the lots category (61,8%); the habits of drinking sopi was classified in the heavy category (93.4%); and the dental caries status was classified in the high criterion (52,6%). Based on the correlation test results, that there was no relationship between the time duration, frequency, volume, and the habits of drinking sopi with the status of dental caries (P < 0,05). Conclusion: There was no relationship between the habits of drinking sopi and the status of dental caries.
E.K. Kalandarov
International Journal of Social Science and Human Research, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijsshr/v4-i11-41

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This article describes the didactic basis for the application of the principle of consistency and coherence in the teaching of molecular physics in the system of continuing education. Currently, the education system is being gradually improved. This is why today’s pupils and students need to have enough knowledge to have enough knowledge and find their place in society. An effective result can be achieved by organizing the educational process using modern techniques and technologies, pedagogical technologies and didactic tools of teaching, using didactic principles in their place. This article have some information about the didactic principles, their content and essence, the coherence and consistency of their implementation in the educational process.
F.E. Gulmurodov
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Analysis, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijmra/v4-i11-43

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The article provides detailed information on the process of developing effective plans for the development of the tourism industry and choosing the optimal one based on them, forecasting the future development of the industry. It also considers the processes of using special computational and arithmetic methods that allow predicting the events and happenings in the tourism industry, to determine the regression function as a result of the interaction and interaction of indicators representing the type of activity. As a result of targeted research, using correlation-regression models, a forecast of the development trend of the tourism industry based on socio-economic factors affecting the tourism process was developed.
Larissa Albuquerque Oliveira, Centro Universitário Christus – Unichristus - R. João Adolfo Gurgel 133 Zip Code: 60190-180
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Analysis, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijmra/v4-i11-40

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Anemia is defined as a condition in which hemoglobin levels are below the normal range. Among children and adolescents, iron deficiency is responsible for most cases. Iron is an essential compound for the production of red blood cells and transportation of oxygen, as well as for the integration of the enzymatic systems of different tissues. Patients with iron deficiency anemia may have impaired cognitive, physical and immune development, thus increasing the risk of infections and even death. This is a cross-sectional study to analyze the prevalence of anemia and its impact on school and nutritional performance among elementary school adolescents aged between 10 and 14 years from May 2019 to October 2019.
Priyanka Aggarwal
International Journal of Current Science Research and Review, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijcsrr/v4-i11-18

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Pyogenic granuloma is a vascularized non neoplastic lesion, in the oral cavity, caused by trauma, local irritants or hormonal factors, with a higher prevalence in women, present more frequently in the mandible than in the maxilla. It is not associated with pus as its name suggests and histologically it resembles an angiomatous lesion rather than a granulomatous lesion. It is known by a variety of names such as Crocker and Hartzell’s disease, granuloma pyogenicum, granuloma pediculatum benignum, benign vascular tumor and during pregnancy as granuloma gravidarum Treatment consists of removal of local irritant, if any followed by excisional biopsy. This clinical case report presents the clinical and histopathological characteristics of the large pyogenic granuloma in a 36-year-old female, who reported to the Department of Santosh Dental College, Ghaziabad. Intraoral examination revealed a lesion mainly non tender, sessile, soft in consistency and measuring approximately 16by 9 mm in diameter in the posterior side of maxillary first quadrant. Keeping in view the characteristics of the lesion, anamnesis and the literature, the pyogenic granuloma and giant cell granuloma were defined as diagnostic hypotheses. Excisional biopsy was done and specimen was sent for histopathological evaluation.
Sri Suranta
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Analysis, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijmra/v4-i11-39

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This research was conducted with the aim of: (1) to determine whether firm characteristics and corporate governance affect tax avoidance in mining companies in Indonesia, and (2) to determine whether corporate governance moderates the relationship between firm characteristics and tax avoidance. The research sample is all mining companieslisted on the IDX forthe period 2015 to 2018, totally 156 observations. From 156 observations, 84 observations can be analyzed. This research data is secondary data in the form of mining company Annual Reports obtained from the official website of the IDX, namely www.idx.co.id and the official websites of the respective companies. Data analysis to test data normality used the Kolmogorov Smirnov test. Hypothesis testing uses moderated regression analysis (MRA) with SPSS. The result of the analysis shows that firm characteristics consisting of leverage and ROE have an effect on tax avoidance, while company size has no effect on tax avoidance. Another result is that CG as measured by the proportion of independent commissioners does not moderate the relationship between firm characteristics and tax avoidance.
Shadrack Ernest Mwakalinga
International Journal of Social Science and Human Research, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijsshr/v4-i11-54

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This paper is aimed at analysing the importance of teaching science practicals as they are shown in the syllabus of science subjects lather than waiting for the national examinations or waiting learners to reach form three or four. Among the importance of teaching science practicals as shown in the syllabus include, Development of student’s scientific knowledge through practicals, Involving students in action and reflection, Practicals develops learners interest, Practical enhances creativity and deep understanding. Finally the paper recommended that the teaching of sciences in secondary schools in Tanzania needs to be reviewed and restructured so as to accommodate the current needs and challenges.
Enda Noviyanti Simorangkir
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i11-31

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Go public companies are required to audit their financial statements by an independent auditor, namely an auditor who works at a public accounting firms. This study aims to examine the effect of debt ratio, company size, reputation of public accounting firms and company growth on going concern audit opinions on Consumer Goods Companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange for the 2016-2019 period. This study uses a quantitative descriptive approach. The population is 51 Consumer Goods Companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange for the 2016-2019 period. The sample is 15 companies. The data analysis method used is logistic regression. The results of the study are the debt ratio, company size, reputation of public accounting firms and company growth simultaneously effect on going concern audit opinions on Consumer Goods Companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange for the 2016-2019 period. Debt ratio, company size, reputation of public accounting firms and company growth partially have no effect on going concern audit opinions on Consumer Goods Companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange for the 2016-2019 period.
Bui Hoang Tan
International Journal of Social Science and Human Research, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijsshr/v4-i11-31

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The reform initiated by Khuc Hao was the first reform in the history of Vietnam carried out in the context that the country had just gained autonomy from the Duong Dynasty (China). With the positive contents of the reform program, it has made many important contributions to the solid construction of the nation's autonomous government after a period of arduous struggle. Accordingly, the land issue has had certain adjustments compared to the Chinese domination period, which has had a strong impact on the economic and social changes of the country. The paper focuses on studying the basic issues of land ownership in Khuc Hao's reform program, through which it outlines the basic characteristics of Vietnam's land ownership in the early days of gaining autonomy. The research results will contribute to adding useful references on land issues in the history of the Vietnamese nation in the early 10th century.
Nasiba Saburovna Jumatova Jumatova
International Journal of Social Science and Human Research, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijsshr/v4-i11-47

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This article discusses the historical basis of the creation of symbolic images associated with color in Uzbek literature, the role of folklore in folklore. Symbolic images associated with color serve to enhance the art, charm and impact of Uzbek folk songs. In folk songs, color symbols have been explored using examples as a means of expressing ideas clearly, succinctly, and figuratively.
Abdulwahab Alamat Alsharari
International Journal of Social Science and Human Research, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijsshr/v4-i11-35

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This study aimed at investigating the underlying reasons that can cause Saudi EFL learners to have lower English performance. This study follows a qualitative method through interviewing three college students at Jouf University and one professor. The self-constructed interviews were basically targeted four items; 1) students’ related issues, 2) teachers’ related issues, 3) curricula- related issues, and 4) assessment related issues. The finding of this study have indicated that the primary reasons of Saudi EFL learners were due to their lower internal and intrinsic motivation. The conceptualized learning English as an academic course to pass, and not an actual language communication. The recommendations suggested by this study were trimmed into the following: increasing English language practice, learning authentic communicative language.
Dilfuza Xusenova
International Journal of Social Science and Human Research, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijsshr/v4-i11-44

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The article considers the development of the concept of the Caucasian peoples in the works of Leo Tolstoy: from the depiction of the Highlanders as natural, somewhat idealized types ("Cossacks") to the affirmation of their universal human nature ("Caucasian prisoner") and the return to the novel type of a person in whose fate the most important features of Russian life of the late XIX century were reflected. (“Hadji Murad”).
Sakhipjamal Djalgasovna Djoldasova
International Journal of Social Science and Human Research, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijsshr/v4-i11-40

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Almost all countries of the world are involved in the migration process, and Uzbekistan is no exception. While our country is involved in the international migration process, including labor migration, one of the main factors is the large number of young workers and the underdeveloped domestic labor market. Therefore, our citizens are working abroad in the world labor market.
Oksana Chaika
International Journal of Social Science and Human Research, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijsshr/v4-i11-52

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The contemporary world is subject to waves of highly rated turbulences and demand volatility in the market of educational services. In the recent decades, Ukraine as a developing state has witnessed varied response from educators, students, observers, bloggers as to the content and quality of education. The paper aims to elaborate the surface scratching recommendations for the development of an educational policy, which may be eligible for adoption at universities, endorsing modernisation of content and structure of higher education inside and outside Ukraine by means of developing, growing and applying coaching mind-set for teaching and learning processes. First, this refers to growing efficiency in communication models by foreign language (FL) teachers (irrespective of the field) and foreign language instructors (teaching foreign languages, languages for specific purposes in foreign languages, and translation) in giving lectures and moderating polycultural and polylingual classes. Second, it links to fostering culturological, axiological, intercommunicative values for polycultural communication in various languages, if applicable, between the teacher and the student and vice versa, the teacher and the teacher, the student and the student, etc. Team coaching may be treated one of the fastest growing disciplines in the coaching profession; and for the higher education, it is becoming increasingly important Team coaching competencies as hard skill of a modern FL / LSP teacher may enable a U-turn in the educational market as viewed in the light of demotivated students, losing interest in an academic degree, or gaining qualifications within the university walls. Team coaching defined as partnering in a co-creative and reflective process with a team (class) on its dynamics and relationships in a way that inspires them to maximize their abilities and potential in order to reach their common purpose and shared goals, may well fit into class instruction of the modern era.
A. G. Kojevnikova, Tashkent State Agrarian University
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Analysis, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijmra/v4-i11-38

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The article presents materials on the study of the cicadas Laodelphax striatellus Fall. and Muirodelphax aubei Perr.in the Fergana Valley, their morphological and biological characteristics, systematic position, distribution, harmfulness, food connections and peculiarities of their diagnosis. As I.D. Mityaev points out [1], the useful value of cicadas for humans is very insignificant. There is evidence that some peoples eat large singing cicadas, considering them medicinal, or keep cicadas in cages for the sake of their peculiar singing. It is proved that some species of cicadas, in places of their mass reproduction, play a significant role in the permeability of moisture and aeration of the soil, the underground work of their larvae. Larvae and imago of cicadas are a source of food for many animals and they play a certain role in biocenoses. Some species, due to their low abundance and low harmfulness, are not of great practical importance for humans. Most of the cicadas are pests of various agricultural plants [2, pp. 146-150]. As noted by D.A. Azimov, without deep knowledge of the fauna and development of the taxonomy of insects, as well as other groups of fauna and vegetation, it is impossible to solve further problems of protection and rational use of useful forms, as well as organization of plant protection [3, pp. 54-55]. Therefore, the study of cicadas and their diagnosis is not only theoretical, but also practical.
Setria Feri
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i11-33

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This article is a literature review that discusses the effect of diversity on the occurrence of team conflict and how emotion al intelligence role as a moderating variable to improve team performance. Diversity may trigger relationship conflicts within the team that affect their performance. However, not all diversity has a negative impact if the organization concerned can create a cohesiv e team. Team members with higher levels of expertise on the team should be given more influence over team processes and outcomes. Organizational support and openness have different effects on the relationship of diversity to the occurrence of conflict within the organiz ation. The emotional intelligence of team members was found to play an important role in reducing the negative effects that might be trigg ered by diversity. Emotionally intelligent team members are generally more capable of dealing with differences. Thus, they are more aware of the creative potential of their different thoughts, values, and beliefs. In conclusion, one of the efforts to improve team performance is to reduce or prevent conflicts within the team through emotional intelligence.
Ningthoujam Dhiren Singh
International Journal of Social Science and Human Research, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijsshr/v4-i11-33

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Entrepreneur is a person who accept challenging role to meet personal needs and become economically independent, capable of contributing values in both family and social life. The term “entrepreneur” is defining in a variety of ways and the concept of which is changing from time to time. Kaish and Gilad (1991) defined entrepreneurship as the process of first, discovering, and second acting on a disequilibrium opportunity. Regarded as one of the oldest sporting event, Archery sports have been included in Olympics since the early parts of Modern Olympics. It began to attract young archers in India since 1970's but due to expensiveness, it fails to produce good archers in large number as the cost of one set of FITA bow @ recurve bows ranges from 50,000 to few lakhs. Poor but talented archers cannot afford found good enough learning hands in bamboo bow and arrows that gradually became a good replacement for FITA bow. At this point of time, small scale Entrepreneurial works of Entrepreneurs in Archery Sports Equipment Production become a necessity
Mathias A. Chuba
International Journal of Social Science and Human Research, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijsshr/v4-i11-34

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Vermann (2012) and Thies (1996)’s papers indicate that the paradox of thrift is no longer in vogue in United States of America (USA). This paper argues that the paradox of thrift is still applicable to USA even though she is operating with sufficient demand. The main objective of this paper is to determine whether the paradox of thrift is applicable to USA after the Great Depression. In doing this, a vector error correction model was estimated using annual data of gross national income, gross domestic saving, gross domestic investment and final consumption expenditure from 1971 to 2020. The results of the investigation showed that final consumption expenditure and gross domestic saving increase when gross national income increases. Gross national income falls and current saving is unchanged when previous saving rises. The paradox of thrift is applicable to USA after the Great Depression. The target of economic policy should be gross national income and not gross domestic saving because naturally both final consumption expenditure and gross domestic saving will increase if gross national income increases in USA.
Hussain Almawali Almawali
International Journal of Social Science and Human Research, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijsshr/v4-i11-37

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The purpose of this study is to evaluate the link between motivational variables, work performance, and employee engagement, as well as the influence of motivational factors on job performance via the use of employee engagement as a mediator in the Sultanate of Oman's government sector. The research used a quantitative technique and examined six hypotheses using 111 representative government workers from the Ministry of Education. This is pilot research. This research used quota sampling and analyzed data using the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) and path analysis approaches. The study's results suggest that these elements are associated positively, that motivational factors are associated positively with employee engagement and work performance, and that employee engagement functions as a partial mediator in the link between motivational factors and job performance. This report is crucial for public sector executives and regulators interested in improving job performance in Oman. This is one of the few research that examines employee engagement's mediating role in the relationship between motivational characteristics and work performance. This is one of the first studies of its sort for the public sector in Oman. In future studies, other motivating elements might be studied and assessed in the private sector.
Rasha Saeed Abdullah Badurais
International Journal of Social Science and Human Research, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijsshr/v4-i11-38

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The focus of my article is on the undecidability of Dov's/ Khaldun's identity throughout his conversations with Said X., his 'biological father', along with some significant selective semiotic referents in Ghassan Kanafani's novella Returning to Haifa. These aspects are highlighted to elicit/ trace Kanafani's implied symbolism of Palestine, the land, and the undecidability/ conflict of its belonging to critique (healthy self-criticism) the submission of the Palestinians as being guilty of ceding with their land then keep crying to restore it. The novella has been previously tackled from a variety of perspectives: parody, intertextuality, characterization, among others. However, the key parts of the novella that show the conflict between father/ son, self/other, right/loss are the conversations between Dov/Khaldun and Said X. To achieve the article's goal, Derrida's conception of undecidability is employed to indicate the inability to take a decision due to factors beyond the focal character's, Dov/Khaldun, means. This state of freeplay makes it impossible to settle to any side/identity. In Dov's/ Khaldun's case, it is the indeterminate area between the biological Palestinian identity and the acquired Jewish identity. Given that, this view of undecidability is supplemented by other related philosophical aspects such as identity of the 'I', the conception of belonging, and the symbolic reflection between the Dov/ Khaldun: the Jew/ the Palestinian: the Colonizer/ the Colonized (both Man and the land). The analyses of the novella reveal that a state of bewilderment and vortex of undecidable identity opens once Dov Iphrat Koshin, the Israeli soldier, knows he was born Khaldun Said, the Palestinian citizen. Dov's/ Khaldun's words to Said X. show a defensive attitude whereas his semiotic behavior reflects the pain of the truth, and that since that moment, he will not be able to settle; his identity is undecidable between Israel/ Palestine, Zionists/ Palestinians, Colonizer/ Colonized, Judaism/ Islam... Kanafani provides a criticism of the Self, here. As the Palestinians of 1948 escaped from their homes forsaking their land to the foreign occupation and then they (with the Arabs and Muslims) did nothing to restore it but waiting and weeping. Kanafani's self criticism is healthy as being the first step towards profoundly diagnosing the problem, the loss of Palestine, so as to find practical final solutions for the problem.
Kouame Konan
International Journal of Current Science Research and Review, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijcsrr/v4-i11-17

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In Côte d’Ivoire, palm oil occupies a preponderant position in agricultural production, in the economy, as well as consumer fats. Yield remains low, even with improved plant material being popularized whose productivity is estimated at more than 25 tons/ha/year. Trials have been set up in La Mé and Ehania (South-east Côte d’Ivoire), to help improve oil palm productivity, through a comparative study of the efficiency of potassium fertilization applied according to the locality. The experiments were conducted in Fisher blocks, including 5 treatments and 4 repetitions. The treatments included 5 doses of potassium fertilizer (T1, T2, T3, T4, T5) corresponding, respectively, to 1; 1.5; 2; 2.5; 3 kg KCl/tree/year. The results showed that the rainfall recorded in the locality of Ehania was significantly higher than that of La Mé. The average annual rainfall was 2000 mm of water in Ehania against, approximately, 1700 mm of water in La Mé. The yield and its components (weight of the bunch and number of bunches) were gradually improved according to the locality of cultivation by the different doses of fertilizer applied. This improvement was significantly higher on the Ehania plantation compared to that of La Mé. This improvement was approximately 30% and 27% compared to the standard dose of 1 kg KCl/tree/year, respectively, in Ehania and La Mé. It appears that the locality intervenes in the efficiency of potassium fertilizers, in the improvement of yield and its components. Rainfall appears, as, a main factor of productivity observed on the plot of the oil palm. Strict compliance with the choices of suitable areas, combined with reasoned potassium fertilization, will allow a better expression of the production potential of new oil palm plant material, currently being popularized.
Ajaz Ahmed Wani
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Analysis, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijmra/v4-i11-29

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Diabetes mellitus a group of metabolic disorders in which a person has high blood sugar, either because the pancrease does not produce enough insulin or because cells do not respond properly to the insulin that is produced. Coronavirus disease (Covid -19) recently emerged with formidable infectivity and high mortality. Emerging data suggest that diabetes is one of the most prevalent comorbidities in patients with covid -19, although casual relationship has not been investigated , where as pre existing diabetes can be considered as a risk factor for the adverse outcome of covid -19 .The present article discussed the literature related to the corelation between diabetes and covid -19.
Nadia Dwi Suci Ningtyas Putri
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Analysis, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijmra/v4-i11-27

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Learning problems during the COVID-19 pandemic have been widely studied. We explore the picture of Ego depletion during online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Ego depletion is when the individual feels a decrease in ego or self-control due to excessive activities involving the ego, resulting in reduced energy in the body. This research is descriptive quantitative research. Ego Depletion is measured based on the ego-depletion scale based on aspects of ego depletion, including psychological exhaustion, physical exhaustion, helplessness, drained energy, and cognitive impairment. A total of 92 students participated in this study. Data was obtained online via Google form. The study results showed that ego depletion in students was dominated in the moderate category, followed by high and low categories. We also describe the categories based on the demographic data obtained. Ego depletion in the high category is more common in semester four-level and semester six-level. The results and implications are discussed further.
Lutfiddin Omanovich Olimov
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Analysis, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijmra/v4-i11-30

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The article first describes the results obtained in the study of the electrophysical and charge transfer processes of two structural polycrystalline silicon obtained by bonding silicon particles with sunlight. The results of the study show that the charge transfer processes in such structures are found to be different from each other. In particular, at T~300-800 K, a decrease in the surface area of both structures µ was observed, and the temperature dependence of p and n differed from each other. For example, (a) in the surface area T~300-350 K and T~600-710 K p increases and n decreases, at T~350-550 K p decreases and n increases. Conversely, the surface area of the sample (b) is characterized by an increase in p and a decrease in n at T≤575 K, a decrease in p in the later stages of temperature increase, and an increase in n.
Kiptum George Kosgei
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i11-30

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East African community (EAC) is a regional economic bloc established to foster economic corporation between Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda and Tanzania. Using gravity model the study explores the short run and long run effect of East African community (EAC) on trade using parametric, random effect and fixed effect estimation techniques. Secondly, the study investigates whether formation of EAC led to trade creation or trade diversion in the long run among the member countries of EAC. Lastly, the study establishes the effect of entry of Burundi and Rwanda to the economic bloc of EAC on trade. The study used panel data obtained from the five countries of EAC for the period 1985 to 2019. Breausch Pagan LM test for restrictions in the parametric model and Hausman test for endogeinity in the gravity model found out that fixed effect estimation technique produced accurate and plausible results than parametric and random effect estimation techniques. The empirical results of fixed effect model established that trade across EAC member countries rose by 1.6% in the short run while random effect and parametric models recorded 3.6% increase in trade in the short run. This effect was insignificant meaning that trade between EAC member countries did not expand considerably in the short run. In the long run, fixed effect indicate that EAC increased trade by 24.2% while random effect and parametric model each show that EAC increased trade by 16%. The coefficients are statistically significant at 5% ceteris paribus. Secondly, economic corporation of EAC led to trade creation in Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda by 41.6%, 12.2%, 33.9% and 30.1% respectively and trade diversion by 4.2% in Tanzania. Thirdly, entry of Burundi and Rwanda to EAC increased trade of EAC countries by 19.6%. The coefficient is statistically significant at 5% level. The results of random effect and parametric model each indicate a growth in trade by 19.1%. The results of parametric, random effect and fixed effect estimation techniques are all consistent. Lastly, the study established that countries in EAC ought to foster greater growth in GDP, to encourage and strengthen use of common language and to reduce cross border restrictions in order to realize more growth in trade.
Soyibdzhan Sodikovich Negmatov, Fan Va Tarakkiyot", of the Tashkent State Technical University named after Islam Karimov. Uzbekistan. Tashkent city.
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Analysis, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijmra/v4-i11-32

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Based on numerous analyses of the research results, a technology was developed for obtaining the developed composite thermosetting polymer coatings based on thermosetting polymers-epoxy oligomers ED-20, FAED-20 and FEIS-30 plasticizer, dibutyl phthalate, polyethylene polyamine hardener and industrial waste and organomineral ingredients, as well as a technology for applying antifriction-strength composite polymer coatings for machine-building purposes on metal surfaces of products of various machines and mechanisms.
Nadia Sagita
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Analysis, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijmra/v4-i11-25

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Critical thinking should be given to students as they age in the 21st century. The continued impact of perception shows that there are still many students who do not have the option to overcome their thinking, speaking, and logic skills. Observation results show that many students have not been able to utilize their intellectual ability to think critically. Furthermore, the evaluation questions that have been given by the teacher are not analyticalin nature, resulting in not triggering students to think critically. Problem Based Learning (PBL) is a model of learning that is suitable for stimulatingstudents' critical thinking. The purpose of this research that produces the E-module -based PBL valid, p practical and i effective. Type researchis development research. The Plomp model is the applied model. The results of the study resulted in the level of validity of the PBL -based E-module which was 89.10% (very valid). The results of the practicality level of teachers are 94.17% (very practical) and the level of practicality by students is 86.47% (very practical). The results of the PBL -based E-module effectiveness test show that the PBL -based E-module is very effective. Thus, the conclusion is that the PBL -based E-module that has been developed is very valid, very practical, and very effective.
Pb Surner, Vijay D Kele, Sn Landage, Vijay Upadhye, Preeti Nair
International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Bio-Medical Science, Volume 01, pp 165-174; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijpbms/v1-i8-07

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In many regions of the world, goat milk and its milk products have played a major role in economic viability, particularly in developing countries like India. In terms of getting milk products high in minerals and other protein, the importance of free grazing still prevails and is preferred over stall feeding, but both ways are good in general. With the importance of the above in mind, an approach has been taken in the current study to compare the yield of milk from goats using a stall-feeding system and a free grazing system. Our findings show that milk minerals such as Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium, and Sodium are higher in stall-feeding goat systems than in free grazing systems because stall-feeding provides a computed ration – Minerals, Common salt, mineral mixture, concentrate feeding, feed additives, and feed supplement. As a result, milk minerals are higher in stall-feeding goat systems than in free grazing goat systems. Lactose levels are higher in stall-feeding systems than in open grazing systems because leguminous feeds like as lucerne and bersim grasses, as well as green forages, are used. Because they graze freely in the environment and consume various types of feeds, fat percentage is higher in the free grazing system of goats than in the stall-feeding system. Since stall-feeding systems provide feed supplement and concentrate feeding, fat soluble vitamins are higher in stall-feeding systems than in free grazing systems, which is why fat-soluble vitamins are higher in stall-feeding systems of goats.
Vijay Kele, Preeti Nair, Vijay Upadhye, Amol Padwal
International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Bio-Medical Science, Volume 01, pp 159-164; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijpbms/v1-i8-06

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The authors conducted a survey in Nagpur to analyse the marketing strategy for liquid milk and the new product launch plan for a new variety of special milk. He has focused on marketing strategies used by major liquid milk players in the market like differentiation strategy, low pricing strategy, and focus group strategy, and we've also figured out how to break into a new market segment with a new liquid milk variety. Based on our observations, we're trying to collect information from 350 tea vendors in Nagpur. We also collected data from major milk marketing players, whose names are not to be revealed, so we have annotated A, B, C, D, E, and others. The current study focuses on emphasising the importance of a launch plan strategy for new milk and dairy products.
Yeon Taek Oh
Engineering and Technology Journal, Volume 06, pp 1066-1071; https://doi.org/10.47191/etj/v6i11.04

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This study propose the use of heterogeneous visual landmarks, points and line segments, to achieve effective cooperation in indoor SLAM environments. In order to achieve un-delayed initialization required by the bearing-only observations, the well-known inverse-depth parameterization is adopted to estimate 3D points. Similarly, to estimate 3D line segments, we present a novel parameterization based on anchored Plücker coordinates, to which extensible endpoints are added
Rosly R Jacob, Anilkumar Ashokan, Harikrishnan Somasekran, Abhishek Sasidharan, Sachin Chandran, Venkatesh Mony Chandry
International Journal Of Medical Science And Clinical Research Studies, Volume 01, pp 296-299; https://doi.org/10.47191/ijmscrs/v1-i9-07

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Portal vein thrombosis (PVT) is a rare finding which usually occurs in association with local factors such as cirrhosis, malignancy, pancreatitis, intraabdominal infections or systemic hypercoagulable states. It may present acutely as abdominal pain, ascites, fever or exist in a chronic state which is generally asymptomatic and an incidental finding. With advancement in Imaging and laboratory studies, PVT cases are diagnosed more frequently along with its predisposing factors. The invention of JAK2 mutation and it’s addition to the WHO criteria for Myeloproliferative neoplasm (MPN) diagnosis, has increased the number of MPN cases which were previously labelled idiopathic. We present a case of 54 year old female diagnosed with unprovoked PVT with bowel ischemia and JAK 2 mutation positive, managed surgically and with long term anticoagulation.
Aytbay Orazbaevich Madreimov
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i11-23

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This article is devoted to the consideration of methods for assessing tax potential of regions, as well as the factors impacting tax potential. The aim of the research is to review approaches designated to determining the essence of the tax potential concept, as well as to study the factors influencing thereupon. In the process of assessing tax potential of the regions in the analysis, we use the data on budget revenues by region for 2008-2020, regional GDP, investments in fixed assets, tax arrears and the number of operating taxpayers. The analysis of the panel revealed that the impact of regional GDP on agriculture and industry on tax revenues was positive, there has been observed high statistical significance and negative impact on the number of small businesses. As a result of the analysis, appropriate conclusions on important aspects of assessing tax potential of the regions have been formulated.
Thi Sen Vu
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i11-22

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The article is made on the basis of a research method to review published documents related to the current model of performance evaluation according to financial and nonfinancial factors in the world. The review process of documents on each type of effectiveness evaluation model shows that: There is a performance evaluation model based solely on the financial factors of the entity, there are a number of models that allow performance evaluation based on both financial and non-financial factors to assess the overall performance of an organization. At the same time, the research has analyzed and pointed out the advantages, applicability and certain limitations of each model. From there, the article gives some discussion to consider the suitability of each performance evaluation model for different types of organizations. These are also recommendations for managers in each type of organization to choose to apply an appropriate model to achieve their organization's goals.
Charles Ayu Kartika Kinata
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i11-29

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The purpose of this study is to see the effect of company size, company growth, financial condition and debt default on going concern audit opinions in 2016-2019 on trading companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange, both partially and simultaneously. Every company has financial statements that aim to provide information regarding the financial position of a company that is useful for a large number of users of financial statements in making economic decisions which are prepared periodically for interested parties. The population in this study has all trading companies listed on the IDX for the 2016-2019 period, which are 47 companies and the sample is 100 units of analysis. The research method applies multiple logistic regression analysis techniques. The results of the study show that the company size variable partially influences the going concern audit opinion on trading sector companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange for the 2016-2019 period. Variables of company growth, financial condition and debt default partially do not affect going concern audit opinion on trading sector companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange for the 2016-2019 period. Variables Company Size, Company Growth, Financial Condition and Debt Default together affect the going concern audit opinion on trading sector companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange for the 2016-2019 period.
Dildara Bakhtiyorovna Gapparova
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i11-26

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Technologies give opportunities to make smarter decisions about talents based on data and people analytics platforms. Corporations can kick start their transformational change to build momentum by embracing a bionic strategy that combines human and technical capabilities. There are varieties of different IT companies offering their platforms for personnel management. The purpose of this article is to investigate digitalization and its impact on talent management in a continuously digitalized business environment. The paper analyzes related studies on talent management and different aspects in managing people in a highly digitalized working environment using an extensive literature review of recent quantitative and qualitative papers from diverse sectors.
Imam Buchori, Indonesia Universitas 17 Agustus 1945 Surabaya
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i11-24

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This study aimed to examine whether budget goal commitment, psychological capital, and management accounting system were able to play a role in mediating the relation between budget congruence and managerial performance in public services universities in Indonesia. This study used a quantitative survey approach; the sample of the study consisted of 82 leaders from State Islamic Universities in the province of East Java, Indonesia. The data were analyzed by using a causal mediation analysis procedure. The result found that psychological capital and management accounting systems were able to mediate the budget congruence-managerial performance relation. Meanwhile, budget goal commitment in the context of public sector budgeting has not succeeded in proving its role as a mediating variable. Further analysis showed that contingency theory is still relevant to be used in business and public budgeting in relation to different behavioural conditions. In addition, this research has implications for evaluating the managerial performance of leaders in public services universities in Indonesia to pay attention on managerial involvement at lower levels in achieving organizational goals.
Nilufar Ilhomovna Sultanova, PhD student Tashkent State University of Economics
Journal of Economics, Finance And Management Studies, Volume 04; https://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i11-27

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This study was conducted using regression analysis of changes in the value of GDP per capita as a result of the influence of domestic lending to the private sector (as a percentage of GDP) and the share of entrepreneurship in GDP. The study showed that the change in the volume of domestic loans to the private sector (as a percentage of GDP) has a greater impact on the change in the value of GDP per capita. However, it should also be noted that an increase in factors and an increase in time series can affect the change in this conclusion.
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