Series-2 (November 2019)November. 2019 Issue Statistics
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Abstract: Empowerment of women is a holistic concept. It is a multi-dimensional approach and it covers social, political and economic aspects. Political participation is one of the vital indicators of women empowerment. Actually political participation of women in any country gives an overview of how women are treated in society.The study aimed at analyzing the level of women empowerment through the participation of women in local politics.Drawing insights from existing literature, we developed a theoretical framework on women‟s‟ political empowerment which we applied in the study. The study employed the mixed method. Data was collected through household survey and participant observation. The results of this study show that political ideology, education, age,decision-making power, mention those factors women‟s political participation in northern part of Bangladesh . The study also finds that progresswith overall empowerment of women has been limited.
Keywords: Women Empowerment, Political Participation, Local Politics, Union Parishad.
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Abstract: The main purpose of this study was to investigate coaching leadership style perception on players' satisfaction to team success in Hawassa city football club. A descriptive cross sectional study was used on selected all population by sample size by using purposive sampling method at Hawassa city premier league football club.Selected participant completed the demographic questionnaire, leadership scale for sport (LSS) and Group environment questionnaire (GEQ) were employed. The LSS contained 26 items that measured five leadership behaviors which measured were: training and instruction, social support, positive feedback, democratic behavior, causal and autocratic behavior and 10 items were measured players satisfaction, players perception with 6 items and team success with 8 items assessed. Descriptive statistics (Mean and standard deviation), and Pearson product moment....
Keywords: Coaching leadership behavior, Perception, Satisfaction, Team success
. Vincer, D. J., &Loughead, T. M. The relationship among athlete leadership behaviors and cohesion in team sports. The Sport Psychologist. 2010; 24(4): 448-467.
. Carron, A. V., Colman, M. M., Wheeler, J., & Stevens, D. Cohesion and performance in sport: A meta analysis. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology. 2002; 24(2), 168-188.
. Whitmore, J. Coaching for performance. London: 2003.
. Amorose, A. J., & Smith, P. J. K. (2003). Feedback as a Source of Physical Competence Information: Effects of Age, Experience and Type of Feedback. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology. 2003; 25(3): 341-359.
. Vargas-Tonsing, T. M., Myers, N. D., &Feltz, D. L. Coaches' and Athletes' Perceptions of Efficacy-Enhancing Techniques. The Sport Psychologist. 2004; 18(4), 397-414..
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Abstract: In the United States of America history text books have championed the capitalist system, endorsed traditional lifestyles, urged unquestioned patriotism and preached reverence to western tradition for the country's sustainability (Apple, (1993 p 52).History instils a sense of unity, and patriotism and veneration for the nation glorious heritage (Foster, 1999, p 3). Both foster's (1999) and Apple's (1993), arguments indicate that sustainability of societal values through subjects' curricular is an important attribute for sustainable educational systems and society. These arguments recognise that if societal values (unquestioned patriotism, unity) are not sustained through meaningful learning of the history subject and others the fabric of society.......
. Apple, P. (1993) Researching the Ideological and Political Role of History' Textbooks-Issues and Methods, British Educational Journal, 30 -60.
. Bachman, L.F. (2005) Building and Supporting a Case For Test Use. Language Assessment Quarterly, V. 2, (1), 1-34.
. Bowe, R. and Ball, S.J.(1992) Reforming Education and Changing Schools, Routledge: London.. Cooper, P. Borg, C. and Mayo, P. (2007) School Exclusion, Educational Engagement and School Equity. Counterpoints, V. 276, 87-98.
. Crawford, K. A. (2010) "A History of the Right: the battle for the National Curriculum", British Journal of Educational Studies, V. 43, (4),
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Abstract: This is a study of Masters Research students‟ and a supervisor‟s reflection on motivational discourses and dispositions of hope in the supervision processes at the Faculty of Education, University of ESwatini.Ithas been triggered by the author‟s awareness of uncomfortable of research feelings about the supervision process in some departments in the Faculty of Education. The research objective was to describe how motivational discourses or institutional contexts (professional practices and policies) influenced research students‟ hope during their research journey/ process at University of ESwatini, Faculty of Education 2013- 2018. These data collections tools were used: interviews, observation and documentary evidence. 15 research students were sampled through convenient sampling procedure and criterion purposive sampling. Majority of students were referred to the researcher after they had complexities with previous supervisors and had experiences to reflect on.......
Keywords: Disposition, Hope, Masters‟ supervision, Motivational discourse, Reflection, Self-efficacy
. Albion, M.S. (2000) Making a life, making a living: Reclaiming your purposes and passion in business and in life. Warne books: New York.
. Adams, J.S. Tashcian, A. and Shore T.H. (2001) Codes of Ethics as Signal for Ethical Behaviour. Journal of Business Ethics, V. 29, No. 3, PP 199-211.
. Atkins, S. and Murphy, K. (1993) Reflection: a review of literature, Journal of Advanced Nursing, V, 18, PP 1188-1192.
. Bandura, A. (2012)On the functional properties of perceived self-efficacy revisited. Journal of Management. V. 38, No. 1, PP 9-44.
. Birmingham, C. (2009), The Disposition of hope in Teaching. Teacher Education Quarterly, V. 36, No. 4, PP 27-39.
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Abstract: This study examines thefood provision arrangement at University of ESwatini in enhancing teaching. The Opportunity gap explanatory framework was used to unpack the institutional contexts. The descriptive survey design was employed. The targeted population were students who have been studying at the university for more than a year.Participants were sampled through purposive stratified sampling and random sampling.Data was collected through semi structured questionnaires. Content analysis was used to analyse the data. The study indicated that food provision led to unexpected social dynamics which work against effective teaching for all students. Dynamics include students' vulnerability to unprofessional practices: prostitution, exclusion to equal opportunities to teaching. The findings indicated that new food provision arrangement was undermined by the country's sustained....
Key words: Food provision, poor students, Quality teaching
. Ainscow, M. (2005) Developing Inclusive Education Systems: What Are the Levers for Change? Journal of Educational Change, Vol. (6), PP 109-124.
. Golddrick-Rab, S. Broton, K. and Gates , C. (2013) Clearing the Path to brighter future: Addressing barriers to future : Addressing barriers community College access and success . Washington, D.C.: Association of Community College Trustees and Single Stop, USA.
. Brown, P. (1990) "The Third Wave": Education and the Ideology of Parentocracy. British Journal of Sociology of Education, VOL. 11, No. 1, PP 65-85.
. Cooper, P., Borg, C. and Mayo, P. (2007) School Exclusion, Educational Engagement and Social Equity, Counterpoints, Vol. (276), PP 87-98.
. Dlamini, M. (1972) Imbokodvo National Movement Manifesto of Swaziland. Prime Minister's Office: Mbabane
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Abstract: ‗Critical thinking skills are considered as a valuable outcome of the ESwatini education system and considered a crucial aspect of the competence which citizens' need to possess. This study examines students' use of critical thinking skills and thinking disposition in the 2018 history examination. 579 students' history transcripts drawn from paper two of the fall 2018 were used as data. Content analysis was used as data collecting tool and as an analysing instrument. This was facilitated by the Parkins and Murphy 2006 model for identifying engagement in critical thinking. The study finding indicated that 264 of 579 or 46% of students had challenges in displaying critical thinking skills and thinking disposition. Their responses were characterised by the absence of their mind to assess and scrutinise the exam items before responding to them. The 46% of the students were only capable....
Key words: Critical thinking skills, Exam transcripts, Thinking disposition
. Black, S. (2004) Teaching Students to Think Critically. Journal of American School Board, PP 52-54.
. Bogo, M., Mshina, F. and Rogehr, C. (2011) Competency Framework Bridging Education and Practice. Canadian Social Work Review, V 28, (2), PP 275-279.
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. Halpern, D.F. (1999) Teaching for Critical Thinking: Helping College Students Develop the skills and dispositions of a critical thinker. New direction for teaching and learning, Vol. 80, pp 69-74..
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|Title||:||Interesting For The Community Of Ancient Building In The Old City Of Semarang|
Abstract: This study was conducted to determine the public perception of the condition of the buildings in the old city of Semarang, what is appealing to the public. Quantitave method is used for this research, data obtained from questionnaires distributed randomly to the 100 respondents who met and are conducting activities in the Old City. The questionnaire contains ratings (based on public perception) of the elements considered most attractive, from a few choice elements of the building include building orientation,.......
Keywords: Community Perception; Building; Old City of Semarang
. Aminul Asyrof, D. (1979), The Conservation of European Cities, Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press
. Askari, Amir H. dan Kamariah Binti Dola. 2013. "Influence of building Façade Visual Element on Its Historical Image: Case of Kuala Lumpur City, Malaysia." Jurnal Design and Build Environment, Vol. 5, pp. 49-59.
. Brown, G. dan Gifford, R. 2001. "Architects Predict Lay Evaluations of Large Contemporary Buildings: Whose Conceptual Properties?" Jurnal Environmental Psychology, Vol. 21. pp. 93-99
. Coeterier, J. F. 2002. " Lay People‟s Evaluation of Historic Sites." Jurnal Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 59. pp. 111-123.
. Cresswell, John W. dan Vicky L. Plano Clark. 2007. Designing and Conducting Mixed Methods Research. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.
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|Title||:||The Role of Higher Education Institutions in Economic growth and Development: Case study, University of ESwatini|
|Authors||:||Boyie S. Dlamini|
Abstract: This study examines the role played by the University of ESwatini in facilitating and sustaining economic development. This was achieved by examining how University contexts (policies and practices: completion and non-completion rates of students were managed), and relevance of graduates absorbed by industries. Eight sugar industries were purposively sampled.Descriptive survey design, qualitative and quantitative procedures wereused. Data was collected through interviews, documents and questionnaires. Content analysis was used to analyse data. Findings indicated that the University played a role in improving the economy by designing relevant programmes but University‟s effort was undermined by the knowledge gap possessed by some graduates.It concluded that the University was playing its recommendable role in developing the county‟s economy guided by its policies andnational related economic policies. It was recommended that University-Industry partnership/linkages should be promoted to ensure that what is taught relates to labour needs..
Keywords: Economic development, Institutional context, Knowledge production, Role of Higher Education
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. Etzkowitz,H. and Leydedorff, (2014) Research Group in "quasi-firms" the invention of the entrepreneurial University. Research Policy, Vol. 32, No. 1, PP 383-421.
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