Aug 25, 2021
Philological Impact of Biblical Hebrew on the English Language.
This study focuses on the extensive but unacknowledged influence of biblical Hebrew on Western languages, especially English. My contention that biblical Hebrew has contributed towards molding our language, enhancing it with added depth and merit was the motivating force to pursue this work and hopefully will constitute a creative contribution to diachronic linguistics. As a student of Hebrew and the Bible I sought to detect the more precise and earlier source for words, expressions, and phrases that, rooted in the Bible, encompass inspiring historical, ideological, and philosophical concepts. Attention is also given to historical factors that have accounted for the influence of Hebrew on the Greek language, on the Latin language of Roman rule and on the languages of lands of the Roman Empire before and after the dispersion of 70. My findings are mostly arranged in categories that span our speech, ranging from the mundane to the sublime, from which these excerpts are cited. The concluding section of the article browses selected interrelated vocabulary of the Western languages, and their correspondent biblical precedents. Several examples are chosen for this mini review.
Aug 18, 2021
This paper presents movement patterns, issues and difficulties and approaches in South Asia dependent on an examination of late patterns. It initially gives a wide sketch of movement profiles in significant South Asian nations: Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, There are some unmistakable attributes of relocation from these nations: high grouping of streams to the bay and center east nations; generally brief relocation streams; transcendence of semi-gifted and low-talented laborers in streams; casual and unpredictable status of a piece of the movement streams; and commonness of dealing with individuals and carrying of people. The paper next proceeds to examine the significant difficulties looked by the nations as far as administration of movement, insurance of transient specialists and expanding improvement advantages of relocation. The administration challenges identify with high, movement costs, wild enlistment acts of neglect, deficient institutional and administrative structure for organization of work relocation, absence of straightforward approaches and restricted participation among beginning and objective nations. The paper brings up the significant job of worldwide instruments and great practices for further developing current movement arrangements. The ends recognize the urgent job of India as the significant displacement movement travel country in the sub region for setting a decent practice model in creating far reaching and straightforward relocation strategies dependent on worldwide standards. The creator additionally features the extension for a sub regional way to deal with relocation strategy in South Asia through the SAARC system despite the fact that advancement up to now has been very restricted. The paper finishes up by presenting a defense for straightforward arrangements with full regard for rights and equivalent treatment of both public and unfamiliar specialists and with due thought to sex explicit concerns, and moving towards a comprehensive and straightforward relocation strategy which guarantees equivalent assurance for both public and unfamiliar laborers in accordance with global standards.
Aug 10, 2021
Globalization and its Consequences.
Aug 10, 2021
Rural and Urban Inequality in Access to Education.
Even though India has gained independence, the Scheduled Castes have been denied even the most basic rights from the historical context and contemporary reality. The Constitutional provisions and welfare policies support the advancement of the SC people to promote their development. In spite of many attempts by governments, the benefits of welfare policies and developmental policy are being used by urban SCs population. The fruits of welfare policies and developmental policy are not equally distributed among rural and urban SCs population in Tamil Nadu. The study attempts to make a brief analysis in the following manner; why are the benefits of welfare policies not reaching rural SCs? Why are rural SC people socially and economically at the bottom level to urban areas?
Aug 09, 2021
Human Acts of Imaginative Articulation.
Aug 09, 2021
Sensitivity in Humans.
Aug 02, 2021
The Tawhidi (Monotheistic) Methodology of Wellbeing.
The Islamic ontology of monotheism as law in the Qur’an termed as Tawhid is formalized on the basis of the qur’anic verse (Qur’an 36:36) as a socio-scientific methodological worldview for deriving the model of moral inclusiveness in the study of science and society. Certain formal implications of the qur’anic ontological derivation are presented. The focus on the conceptual and applied objective of wellbeing is emphasized. Certain analytical derivations are made for the further study of the theme of the Tawhidi methodological worldview and its socio-scientific applications.
Jul 12, 2021
Political Empowerment of Women.
The political empowerment indicators consider their basic political rights, role in decision-making bodies of the state and the central governments, representation in policy-making, participation in political-campaigning, leadership quality and ability to politicize their problems. Research design is the conceptual structure within which the research is conducted. It is a blue print for the collection, management and analysis of the data. The research design in the present study is descriptive in nature since it describes the phenomena of eradication of poverty. Men support higher educated women to participate in politics is the first ranked political empowerment political chances are less for higher educated women than men is the second ranked political empowerment, higher educated women politicians can participate in solving the social problems actively is the third ranked. The role of government in terms of policies and programs is very aggressive in respect of women’s empowerment. Further, the hold of pressure groups and local politicians also has no such idea of ideas of women’s empowerment.
Jun 30, 2021
COVID-19 Pandemic Impact.
This study is being conducted when the Corona virus spreads around the world and becomes an economic major crisis in 2020. This study answers certain questions, such as how many countries are affected with corona viruses and decreases their economic activities. What are the most effective international monetary and fiscal measures for dealing with the crisis? Is monetary and fiscal policy employed as a vaccination to keep the global economy from collapsing? It’s a major topic these days, especially with the globe facing COVID-19. Researchers explain the impact of the Corona virus on the world economy by getting information from Standard and poverty agencies (S and P), Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), and from different websites and reports. Moreover, researchers obtain information from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). In addition, explain the losses from one industry to another and concluded that the global economy is confronted by dual crises in nature. The deaths of millions of people are on the one hand and the economy crisis on the other. The first problem comprises saving people from death, and the second in saving the universe against economic crises. But both challenges are inconsistent. If individuals want to preserve lives, a remain at home and a social distance policy are imposed, and the country is shut down. However, we can rescue our citizens living, but the economy collapses fast because all the companies in the country have been shut down. If economic crisis is saved, people are supposed to go out and work as normal, the global economy would boost but soon millions or billions of people are lost who will also have an impact on the economic downturn. Policymakers, doctors and manufacturers of health should work together to identify solutions to benefit both individuals living and saving economic crisis.
Jun 23, 2021
Web-Based Media Outlets.
Jun 22, 2021
Ethnic Community in the South-West Coastal Region of Bangladesh.
The Munda’s (Adibasi) are an aboriginal community of the Kingdom of Royal Bengal Tiger of the Sundarbans Mangrove ecological zone (the south-west costal region). The Munda’s are called ‘Sarna/Buno/the forest Man/Kuli/Horoko/the deprived Man/the neglected Tribe. They live surrounding the Sundarban’s Mangrove forest and depend on the ecology for their subsistence and livelihoods. During the British period, the Indigenous people travelled to Bangladesh about 220 years ago coming from Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand (Bihar) and have been here ever since. The group is one of the Indian largest scheduled tribes. The Munda’s practice indigenous religion, distinctive culture and play. They are excellent in singing, dancing, drinking, working, catching fish/crab and shrimp collecting wood honey etc. They also believe in ghosts (Bhut) and spirits-both good and bad and call on them to either help someone who is sick or to do damage to another person. They also dedicate Hen for the rituals celebration for their God (Sing Bonga-The Sun) and spirituals power. They believe that, after death the soul come back at their home and save them different types of dangers from some bad souls and bad Tantriks. They follow their ancient process or their forefather’s direction. During the festivals, they serve rice wine ‘Haria /Tari’. They are addicted Rat’s meat, Snails, Crabs, Pigs, wild Cats, Civet and dead animals due to injuries. They speak in ‘Mundari/Nagri/Sadri’ which is mixture of Bengali, Hindi and Persian.
Jun 21, 2021
COVID-19 Incidence and Associated Fatalities in Nigeria.
Ever since the first reported case of COVID-19 on February 27, 2020, Nigeria is yet to effectively contain the spread of the disease. In spite of different measures taken by the Nigerian government to counter the effect of the pandemic, the consequences of COVID-19 are severely felt in the business, health, economic and social spheres of the country. The primary aim of this study was to examine the trends in the growth rates of COVID-19 and related fatalities across the six regions of Nigeria with a view to validating poor condition of healthcare facilities in the country. The cross-sectional times series method was used. COVID-19 data for Nigeria and the world were extracted from the who COVID -19 databank between August, 2020 and February 22, 2021. COVID-19 incidence growth rates and COVID-19 related fatality growth rates were generated at a-one-month successful interval for a period of 6 months. Descriptive data analysis was done using Stata version 16. Results acros -s the six regions showed that the highest growth rates for COVID-19 incidence were obtained for North central (80.1%) and Southwest (73.3%) region in January 2021. In addition, results across the regions indicated that the highest growth rates for COVID-19 related fatalities were derived for north central (39.3%) and Southwest (30.9%) region in January 2021. The study concluded that perhaps the rise in COVID-19 incidence and COVID-19 related fatalities could be as a result of the weak state of healthcare deliveries in the country.
Jun 18, 2021
State Reorganization Commissions in India.
Today, India is a Union of 29 States and 7 Union Territories. The geography of the Indian Federal Polity, however, has been the product of a long period of development and even after it came into existence, it has been continuously changing. Nor can one say with degree of certainty that the boundaries have at last been drawn with finality. The aim of this paper is to describe about the history and evaluation of state reorganization commissions in India and explain the growth importance of state administration.
Jun 10, 2021
The construction of a psychopath could be influenced by the underpinning of the lack of secure attachment with caregivers. The formation of secure attachment seems to be essential for pro-social interactions. Insufficient secure attachment foundation and certain neurological predispositions appear to be the factors of psychopathic personality disorder. The formation of secure attachment is biologically grounded, behavioral distinct mechanism that serves the viability of the child by sustaining the immediacy of the caregiver (we seem to be hard wired for this). The concept of attachment is often described as a formidable emotional bond between the child and adult.
Jun 01, 2021
Homosexuals in India.
Homosexuals often conceal their identity in the fear of being socially excluded. The lack of familial support that could possibly arise upon disclosing their sexual preference could bring in detrimental effect on the Individual, Family and the Society. In a country like India where the culture is strongly conservative with minimum families adopting modern-liberal outlook, family and social support is seen as the biggest source of strength and it does act like a protective factor in unexpected times of turbulence. However disclosing one’s own sexual preference may not benefit the Individual as there is a constant fear of social rejection. Since there is no or limited freedom for them to express their orientation despite the legislation passed in their favor facilitating for an inclusive society, the situation still remains grave and all this consequently leads to emotional repression leading to depression. Previous researchers have given insights on the correlates of repressed emotions on a person's Well-being. Mental health-related classification systems of the World Health Organization and American Psychiatric Association also do not deem homosexuality as a disorder. Unfortunately, homosexuality continues to be stigmatized. The family and social support provides greater self-esteem and psychological strength that is also reflected in the overall general health. On the contrary no support makes them vulnerable to could lead to suicidal ideation. In addition to this the discrimination faced in the society and stigmatized by the very own family can be catastrophic. Undoubtedly Perceived social support is a consistent predictor of well-being Ability to express one’s emotion on the sensitive issues without the fear of being judged indicates social acceptance. Self – acceptance and self love is supported and built partly by the constructs of the support received and the rest stems from the emotional regulative behavior adopted by oneself. This paper aims to understand on the effects of social exclusion on the self, family and society and also explores on the possible solutions for a more holistic society.