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Veterans’ and Spouses’ Transition Experiences Due to Unanticipated Medical Retirement: A Phenomenological Study

The current qualitative phenomenology study in the Southwest looked at how veterans and spouses described their lived experiences of transitioning from military to civilian life due to unplanned medical retirement. Ten married veteran couples who lived in or around the southwestern United States and had one partner who was wounded, ill, or injured while serving…
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September 21, 2021 0

Modern Perspectives of Logistics Transport in Economics: Empirical Studies in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam Vol. 1

The study examines transportation logistics (TL), which is divided into three sub-sectors: road transportation (RT), inland water transportation (IWT), and sea transportation (ST). Over time, logistics transportation systems have evolved and evolved in a variety of ways. The evolution of the transportation system, as well as its history. Because of the case for any system,…
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September 20, 2021 0

Financially Feasible and Sustainable – Reviewing Academic Literature on Sustainability related Investment Studies

Sustainable investing is defined as an investment philosophy that prioritises sustainability in investment decisions. Climate change and environmental destruction/protection are examples of sustainability-related issues. Companies are often required to update their operations and investments in a more sustainable direction in order to comply with legislative regulations or simply to stay in business. However, most environmentally…
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September 20, 2021 0

The Role of Traditional Musical Instruments During Bapedi People’s Religious and Cultural Practices: The Case of Selected Membranophones and Aerophones

The study’s major goal was to look into how three Bapedi traditional musical instruments are used in religious and cultural practises. Meropa (drums), dinaka (whistles and reed pipes), and phalafala (reed pipes) are the instruments used (sable antelope horn). Both vocal and instrumental dance ensembles, as well as festivals, religious rites, and funeral processions, regularly…
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September 11, 2021 0

Study on Exploring Family Multi-Type Maltreatment, Social Support, and Externalizing and Internalizing Problems among Asian and Asian American College Students

Childhood exposure to familial violence has a negative long-term impact on one’s life. In Asian communities in the United States and Asian countries, this relationship is understudied. The goals of this study are to look at the long-term effects of maltreatment, such as interparental violence and child maltreatment, on the externalising and internalising problems that…
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September 11, 2021 0

NGOs and Disability Justice Activism in the Religion Academy

The World Council of Churches (WCC), which has 348 member churches, is an example of coalition building, especially in terms of supporting individuals, churches, and ministries in their efforts to include, participate in, and contribute to the ecumenical work of people with disabilities. The Ecumenical Disability Advocates Network (EDAN) supports one of the WCC’s initiatives—faith…
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September 11, 2021 0

Study on the Trauma of Slave Women in Humus

The storey of slavery is always recounted from a male perspective, ignoring the suffering of women who were also enslaved and compelled to work. Many people who discuss this heinous event emphasise the pain of males who were seized without their will at the expense of women. As a result, Martinican writer Fabienne Kanor chose…
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August 25, 2021 0

A New Democratic form of Scientific Power for International Community of Citizens Scientists

For centuries, scientists have studied the relationship between science and power, and it is natural to wonder why science is a power and who has scientific authority. The paper examines the current state of citizen science and situates it within the broader phenomenon of globalisation, which encompasses both cultural and political globalisation. This phenomenon has…
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August 25, 2021 0

A Qualitative Study on Migrant Labourers in Idukki District, Kerala

For disadvantaged people all around the world, migration is seen as a vital source of income. It cannot be reduced to a simple reaction to challenges and issues in the context of a certain country or place of origin. In India, migrant workers have grown to be a substantial economic force. Kerala, India, has a…
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August 25, 2021 0

Determination of Developing Constructive and Positive Conflict Resolution Mechanism Strategies at Various Organizational Levels

At various levels of the organisation, organisations establish a variety of constructive conflict resolution mechanisms. The notions of peace and conflict are closely linked and exist side by side depending on the conditions. At no time in history has peace and conflict coexisted. When there is no conflict, there is peace; when there is no…
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August 25, 2021 0