Journal La Sociale

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ISSN / EISSN : 2721-0960 / 2721-0847
Published by: Newinera Publisher (10.37899)
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Ali Ismael Obaid, Kishore Kumar C K
Published: 8 August 2022
Journal La Sociale, Volume 3, pp 155-159; https://doi.org/10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v3i4.684

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The purpose of this study is to look into the impact of SM on the development of sport marketing strategies by football teams in Iraq. This study employed a quantitative approach, with data collected by a questionnaire. Questionnaire was sent to 200 people, and they were all contacted for responses. The findings of this study show that approximately 97.5% of respondents using SM, especially Facebook (32.5%) as the favorite over traditional media. Most of the SM users are of below 30 years of age (youngsters) and likely to spend roughly spending 2-5 hours on SM every day and remain active in posting messages to each other, pay attention to the advertisement of sports products and like to watch them too. Thus, developing SM tools is critical for football teams to succeed in their sports marketing strategy (MS) and build professional relationships with their fans. The football team must use SM as a powerful tool for developing its sports MS and capturing fans as an essential product. They should be able to use a variety of SM platforms.
Waad Dawood Naser, Nilotpala Gandhi
Published: 8 August 2022
Journal La Sociale, Volume 3, pp 160-165; https://doi.org/10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v3i4.697

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The paper highlights the importance of Morphology in Linguistics and in the acquisition of new language. It outlines various elements forming the domain of morphology in brief and its role in learning of a new language in detail. Language acquisition is an interesting topic studied by most linguists from the time of inception of language learning as a cognitive science. The topic is still frequently studied by linguistic enthusiasts especially through the lens of morphological analysis. It is a secondary research paper.
Hussein Kadhim Zamil
Published: 7 August 2022
Journal La Sociale, Volume 3, pp 128-133; https://doi.org/10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v3i4.676

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The findings of this study are likely to add to the growing body of literature-related research, particularly on the topic of liberal sexism in literary works. Using liberal feminist literary studies, this work employs a literary strategy based on literary criticism. The book Tears of the Giraffe by Alexander McCall Smith, published by Abascus, is the subject of this study. The book Tears of the Giraffe serves as the major data source for this investigation. In 2006, this book was released with 398 pages of content. Reading, listening, and taking notes were the primary methods of gathering data for this investigation. A qualitative descriptive method was used to analyze the data. The novel's characters, locations, and themes were used to identify sexims issues in the novel's content. It may be seen in the novel's characters that women degrade other female characters in terms of sexism. Male characters don't denigrate the female character as much as they might. It may discern the shape of the sexism dilemma by looking for statements or quotations that suggest it. According to Alexander McCall Smith's book Tears of the Giraffe, women have sexism issues. For both family and business, Alexander McCall Smith portrayed in Tears of the Giraffe.
Souleymane Diallo
Published: 7 August 2022
Journal La Sociale, Volume 3, pp 145-154; https://doi.org/10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v3i4.657

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Throughout the poetic image and imaginative construction of the self, the Yela embodies a protrusive source of vindication within the intellective and creative process of understanding become an object of perception. From an ingenuous beget to a more compound whole of a convention of representation and the association of experience, the Yela inside the Puular language becomes a structural material. Thus, the constituent of conservative imagery and the colonialist dynamic influences frame an innovative eccentric variety that appraises the formation of reality, memory, and symbol. Therefore, the domain of Yela through its cultural and artistic body, and within its existing essentiality of Gaandal and Demngal overtakes the principles of basic linguistics and the colonialist conventional perception of productivity. In effect, the Yela art through the all-encompassing relation of the Puular language with the whole performance of time and space, emphasizes on a cosmopolitan wholesome recombination, settlement and re-appropriation of material imagination and objective reality of intellection. The foundation of intellectual and artistic image, and imaginative expression, the corresponding inventiveness of the Yela art, and the musical nationalism arrange move beyond comatose understanding. Therefore, the commitment of this article underlines the question of the effective temperature of the Yela indigenous value of imagination, and its transformative experience as regard language, sociolinguistic and ecological reflectivity, and then its emphasis on its contemporary stylistic compass of performance.
Olumide Olusoga Ezomoh, Gloria O. Nwankwo
Published: 7 August 2022
Journal La Sociale, Volume 3, pp 134-144; https://doi.org/10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v3i4.661

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This study examined if poor officiating, lack of sportsmanship spirit and poor facilities are triggers of violence among sports audience in Port Harcourt Metropolis, Nigeria. This study was conducted among the inhabitants of Port Harcourt metropolis in River state. The descriptive survey research design and a sample size of 1,000 participants were used. The multi-stage sampling technique, a structured, validated and modified Likert type questionnaire were employed. The reliability of the instrument was determined through the Crombach Alpha, which gave a value of r = 0.89. The data collected was analyzed using the Chi-square statistics. The study revealed that poor officiating, lack of Spirit of Sportsmanship and poor facility were triggers of violence among sports audience in Port Harcourt metropolis, Nigeria. It was consequently recommended that only competent and knowledgeable officials should be used for matches. Both players and supporters should be educated on the rules of games and trained to accept the decision of referees’ umpires etc. and should not see competition as a do-or-die affair/event.
Dinh Tran Ngoc Huy, Le Huong Hoa, Bui Thi Thu, Dinh Tran Ngoc Hien
Published: 20 June 2022
Journal La Sociale, Volume 3, pp 82-86; https://doi.org/10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v3i3.641

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In this paper, by using qualitative analytical analysis with 2 case examples of Thanh nien and Tuoi tre newspapers (online) in Vietnam, in which there are history of publishing fakes news online from 2015, 2016, 2018, 2022 (with very bad editors Nguyen Ngoc Toan and Dang Thi Phuong Thao), as well as giaoduc.edu.vn and vietnamnet.vn in 2022 so we will address some points in this study based on answers for question: “What are regulatory lessons from Indonesia and Japan approaches on publishing fake news?”. We would suggest that there are penalties for negative behaviors of posting fake news online (any fake information) in the context of covid 19 epidemic. Tapsell (2019) defined ‘hoax news’ as similar to the more globally recognized term ‘fake news’: material deliberately fabricated and masqueraded as truth. At last, we will draw some lessons from K.Marx and Ho Chi Minh viewpoints on journalism for educating young generation in emerging markets such as Vietnam.
Oloruntimilehin Sola Ojo, Oluwasanmi Oyedeji, Ebenezer Toyin Megbowon
Published: 20 June 2022
Journal La Sociale, Volume 3, pp 117-127; https://doi.org/10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v3i3.646

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The outbreak of the Corona virus that ravaged most parts of the globe including Nigeria had impacted all sectors in all economies. Understanding the perception of rural farmers about Covid-19 pandemic impacts on agricultural activities becomes imperative as it will help local government authorities identify possible vulnerabilities and prioritize interventions. This study therefore seeks 1) to know farmer perceptions of the probable impacts of Covid-19 pandemic on agricultural production process of rural farmers and 2) to examine if this perception varies by the population subgroups of farmers? Using selected rural areas in five local government areas in Ekiti state as case study, primary data obtained through the administered questionnaire were analysed using descriptive statistics and analysis of variance. Results indicated that the two most potential and identified possible vulnerabilities are agricultural output and access to finance, and income with respect to production process and welfare, respectively. ANOVA results indicated that both age and gender are not statistically significant at 5 percent in explaining perceived impact of covid-19 on agricultural output likewise others such as educational attainment, years of farming experience and marital status. Hence, none of the levels in each of the chosen categorical variables is found to be statistically different from the other ones in impacting agricultural production. It is therefore recommended that government policies aimed at stimulating agricultural production should not be gender bias and age driven. Similarly, other factors such as years of farming experience, educational attainment and marital status should be de-emphasized when initiating such policies.
Titi Sutiamah, Dey Ravena, Efik Yusdiansyah
Published: 20 June 2022
Journal La Sociale, Volume 3, pp 98-110; https://doi.org/10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v3i3.632

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Children as the nation's successors prove that the rights of children in Indonesia are expressly stated in the constitution. The purpose of this study was to analyze the implementation of the Pangandaran Regent's Regulation Number 79 of 2018 concerning Child Friendly Districts. This type of research uses normative juridical research. The results of this study: First, the implementation of the Pangandaran Regent Regulation Number 79 of 2018 concerning Child-Friendly Districts in realizing Child-Friendly Districts has not met 24 (twenty four) indicators that become the reference for assessing Child-Friendly Districts, so that in 2021 Pangandaran District has not received an award. Child Friendly District. Second, the Implications of Child Friendly Districts in Pangandaran Regency on children's welfare, based on the score from traceability evidence, obtained a score of 416.42 with the percentage of achievement of 24 indicators, only 41.6% of the total value of achievement should be 1,000 points. It can be said that the Child Friendly District in Pangandaran Regency has not had implications for the welfare of children.
Souleymane Diallo
Published: 20 June 2022
Journal La Sociale, Volume 3, pp 87-97; https://doi.org/10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v3i3.635

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The postmodernist material cause of the schema of Crossbones implies an innovative method and a meta-cognition realm within postcolonial system of proposition and metadata, involves a new approach of intellection in the perspective relational values and relational frame theory stand as a dimensionality of understanding and a generative and transformative reality. Through an object program and a normative functionalism, Farah installs a psycho-functionalist perspective in the run to transcend the realm of ethnocentrism and relegio-politico social theory concerning the domain of formal conception and perception of relationalism. This persistence relates to an alternative understanding, a modality and property differentiation concerning the relational aesthetic and the status quo of the Be-ing, and a transformative reform about human intellect prerequisites and requests. in this dynamic of social practice and evidence-based practice, the relational aesthetic theory within Farah evolves his docufiction, define a method of linguistic performance and a relational expression that focuses on a conceivable representation of truth and experience.
Suci Flambonita, Vera Novianti, Artha Febriansyah
Published: 20 June 2022
Journal La Sociale, Volume 3, pp 111-116; https://doi.org/10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v3i3.659

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The issues of Indonesian migrant workers are interminable; practically all bordering countries, including Malaysia, are destinations for Indonesian migrant workers. Administrative issues, salary disparities, exploitation, and human trafficking are all issues that Indonesian migrant workers encounter abroad. As the country's representative, the Embassy/Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia plays a vital role in defending Indonesian migrant workers and Indonesian nationals overseas. The government's legal protection normally begins with document registration, followed by preparation, training, and placement. This study used a normative strategy with a statutory and case approach. Preventive protection takes the form of providing protection based on Law Number 21 of 2007 about TIP, Law Number 18 of 2017 concerning PMI Protection, and Malaysian Law in Deed 670 concerning the Anti-Trafficking in Persons and Anti-Migrant Smuggling Deed 2007. The Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia Malaysia provides legal protection for Indonesian employees who are victims of illegal acts of human trafficking through both litigation and non-litigation routes.
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