Ongoing Research

Sub-title:: Long-term Care Institute, Technological Service

Research Topic: The design of technological service system of long-term care institutions: A perspective of activity theory

Overview:

This study aims to explore the design of technological service system of long-term care institutes. The design is based on the integrated framework of activity theory and customer value perspective to suggest the critical considerations of system design. This study collected a total of 351 service events of 17 longterm care institutions located in Japan, Singapore, and China and a total of 75 equipment or facilities. In addition, this study conducted in-depth interviews with experts. The findings are described as follows.

Written by-  Wen-Hong Chiu , Hsin-Yao Huang , Hui-Ru Chi

Full Article:  https://ijbms.net/assets/files/1615146742.pdf

Probable Date of Completion: 2021-03-08

Sponsored By: International Journal of Business & Management Studies

Sub-title:Artwork, Artistic practice, Performing Arts

Research Topic: Notes on Artistic Practice

Overview:

The term ‘practice’ is used in a loose way in art theory. Using the example of the German artist Fritz Rahmann the text elaborates crucial aspects of artistic practice, taken as ‘bundles’ of different actions: clusters of similar actions, sequencing the clusters, exploring the dialogue with materials, relating them to mental models, ascribing them to social groups. In artistic practice the artwork loses its autonomy and the artist’s role as author is relativized.

Written by-  Stephan Schmidt-Wulffen

Full Article:  https://ijahss.net/assets/files/1615137564.pdf

Probable Date of Completion: 2021-03-07

Sponsored By: International Journal of Arts, Humanities & Social Science

Sub-title:Diversity Initiatives, Experiences of Black Assistant Professor

Research Topic: Protecting the Support: The Experiences of Black Assistant Professors and Diversity Initiatives

Overview:

Black faculty are essential in the success of the experiences of Black graduate students. Given the low representation of Black faculty in academia, Black faculty are looked upon to assist in areas of diversity and provide service on diversity related programs. Black faculty are committed to serving in diversity roles, and value the opportunity to serve in mentoring and advising roles for students of color.

Written by- Dimitra Jackson Smith , John Kuykendall , Joy Jackson

Full Article:  https://ijahss.net/assets/files/1615475236.pdf

Probable Date of Completion: 2021-03-07

Sponsored By: International Journal of Arts, Humanities & Social Science

Sub-title:History, Literature, Culture

Research Topic: HANNIBAL IN SILIUS ITALICUS

Overview:

This essay analyzes, in its entirety, the figure of Hannibal in Silius Italicus, looking at thematic, stylistic, and lexical aspects. At the very beginning, specific focus is given on Hannibal in Livy, while later there is a focus on an original aspect, not studied by Scholarship yet, which is the role of sleeplessness and dreams in the character’s building. Secondary Literature is provided.

 

Writer: Arianna Sacerdoti

Full Article: https://ijahss.net/assets/files/1594372950.pdf

Probable Date of Completion: 2020-09-10

Sponsored By: International Journal of Arts, Humanities & Social Science

Sub-title:Indigenous Elder William Commanda

Research Topic: Indigenous Elder William Commanda and the Circle of All Nations Discourse

Overview:

This paper uses a Foucauldian discourse analysis lens to examine the discourse, cybernetic mapping and spatial and temporal reach of William Commanda and his informal bridge building Circle of All Nations global eco peace community and queries its relevance to academic study of environmental and social justice relational issues during this age of the Anthropocene, and times of climate change, extreme weather, unprecedented extinction of species, systemic and overt racism, violence, global pandemic and social upheaval across the globe.

Writer: Romola V. Thumbadoo, D. R. Fraser Taylor

Full Article: https://ijahss.net/assets/files/1599773746.pdf  

Probable Date of Completion: 2020-09-10

Sponsored By: International Journal of Arts, Humanities & Social Science

Sub-title:History & Architecture

Research Topic: History and architectural character of the Railway stations in the region of Florina/Greece

Overview:

This article examines the history and the architecture of the main railway stations in the region of western Macedonia / Greece to show the relationship between the level of economic integration at the important territory – region of central and  western  Macedonia, during the Ottoman Empire, at the late 19th century (1890-1900).  The  analysis focuses on two key themes: the long-term spatial evolution of the railway  network and the influences to the social, economic and political life on this region.

 

Writer: Voskopoulou Chrysoula

Full Article: https://ijahss.net/assets/files/1599773446.pdf

Probable Date of Completion: 2020-09-10

Sponsored By: International Journal of Arts, Humanities & Social Science

Sub-title:Leadership

Research Topic: WIZARD OF OZ LEADERSHIP

Overview:

In 1939, The Wizard of Oz   premiered and introduced the amazing journey and adventure of a teenage girl in the Land of Oz found somewhere over the rainbow. This story and movie helped develop imagination and creativity in the minds of generations of young children in America and around the world. Amazingly, The Wizard of Oz   was also a story depicting the qualities of great leaders:  vision, mentor, problem-solving, collaboration, data mastery, brain, heart, courage, inspiration, relationships, teamwork, and home.

 

Writer: George Padilla

Full Article: https://ijahss.net/assets/files/1599773351.pdf

Probable Date of Completion: 2020-09-10

Sponsored By: International Journal of Arts, Humanities & Social Science

Sub-title:Humanities & Psychology

Research Topic: Does the DNA Make the Human Person Unique?

Overview:

The concept of human nature has over the years been problematic. From the Aristotelian-Thomistic view, the human person is distinguished from any other being because of his rational nature. This view has been challenged today from different angles. The reasons for the challenge vary but the central question remains: who is the human person? What is human nature? The answer to this fundamental question provokes other areas or fields of enquiry. Today more than ever before the scientific explanation of the distinctive characteristic of the human person is interesting.

 

Writer: Lontum V. Charles

Full Article: https://ijahss.net/assets/files/1599773601.pdf

Probable Date of Completion: 2020-09-10

Sponsored By: International Journal of Arts, Humanities & Social Science

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