On Teaching of English Majors’ Thesis Writing Based On Production-Oriented Approach
Weixuan Shi, Wenqian Li
DOI : 10.36344/ccijhss.2020.v06i02.002 | Cross Current Int J Peer Reviewed J Human Soc Sci, 2019; 6(2): 10-16.
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With the deepening of higher education reform, how to considerably improve the quality of English major students in universities from the perspective of thesis writing has become indispensable for educators. Comparing the teaching method of traditional writing course, this article explores the feasibility of the Production-oriented Approach (POA) in teaching thesis writing of English majors. In addition, from the three elements of POA – motivating, enabling and assessing, this paper put forwards viable teaching suggestions based on POA for thesis writing of English majors. Significantly, this article aims to cultivate students’ consciousness of innovation and proficiency of scientific practice, thus enhancing the academic literacy of English majors.
Occupational Stress and Demographic Difference among Police Officers; A Case of Niger State Police Command
DOI : 10.36344/ccijhss.2020.v06i01.001 | Cross Current Int J Peer Reviewed J Human Soc Sci, 2019; 6(1): 1-9.
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The study aims at finding the relationship between occupational stress and demographic variables (gender, age, marital status, qualification, experience, rank and income). A descriptive survey was used in the study. Questionnaire was the main instrument used to gather the data for this study. A total of 384 police officers were randomly selected from the four area command of the police in Niger state, with a staff strength of 11,750 (2017). The results showed that majority of the police officers were moderately and highly stressed with male officers’ workers recording the highest level of occupational stress compared to their female counterparts. The study further indicated that, there is evidence of significant relationship between occupational stress and demographic variables (gender, age, marital status, qualification, experience, rank, and income). It is recommended that employers should take note and take the necessary measures to ameliorate occupational stress differences since individuals differ in their response to stressful situations.
The Use of Appellatives in the Senegalese Rap Discourse: A Strategy of Demonization
Mame Sémou NDIAYE
DOI : 10.36344/ccjhss.2019.v05i12.013 | Cross Current Int J Peer Reviewed J Human Soc Sci, 2019; 5(12): 349-353.
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In the Senegalese rap discourse, terms of address such as appellative are generally used to address others or to designate something. This article aims at analyzing the different forms of diabolic appellatives used by rappers when they are addressing the politician or are talking about the political system. The corpus is composed of fifteen songs produced during the last 20 years by rappers well known in the Senegalese hip hop scene. The obtained results indicate that the categories of appellatives most frequently used by the rapper are neological, qualifying, anthroponymic, kinship and metaphorical appellatives. These appellatives have a negative connotation and aim at caricaturing the politician or the political system.
Transference between Teenager Students and Their Teachers Nowadays
Henrique Magro de Siqueira and Geraldo A. Fiamenghi-Jr*
DOI : 10.36344/ccjhss.2019.v05i12.014 | Cross Current Int J Peer Reviewed J Human Soc Sci, 2019; 5(11): 354-357.
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This research aimed to observe and reflect on transference in adolescence, specifically in student-teacher relationship, within school contexts. Therefore, theoretical concepts based in Psychoanalysis were identified and related to observations conducted in a government full-time school in a country town in São Paulo State, Brazil. This research was important to investigate the correlation between reality and literature, taking in account the historical, social and cultural scenarios in which adolescence is inserted nowadays.
Common Perspectives of Integrated Skills Outreach Programme That Can Benefit both the Individuals and Communities
DOI : 10.36344/ccjhss.2019.v05i11.011 | Cross Current Int J Peer Reviewed J Human Soc Sci, 2019; 5(11): 336-341.
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The important field of TVET is an essential element in reducing rural poverty but has been put aside for many years by policy makers, donors and the private sector. On one side, this resulted in a general neglect which is evident in the lack of technical expertise and crafts people at all levels. On the other side, There is a multitude of training and capacity building initiatives that provide only short term solutions and cannot circumvent the larger problem of low levels of education and persistent illiteracy. Many of these initiatives might be well-intended, but often do not produce the results desired. There is a non-respect of basic principles of adult education and a lack of coordination between private and public providers. Too often training does not address the needs of target groups nor anticipate how the training skills will be set to use. The lack of attention to employability leads to a situation where a lot of resources are being wasted. The Integrated Skills Outreach Program is one such example of a TVET programme to the unskilled people.
Attempts at Empowering Rural Communities through Vocational Skills: Some Guiding Theories
DOI : 10.36344/ccjhss.2019.v05i11.010 | Cross Current Int J Peer Reviewed J Human Soc Sci, 2019; 5(11): 333-335.
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The high unemployment rates in the rural areas call for the empowerment of both the young and old on survival skills. This will help them to participate in the informal economy for their livelihoods. Informal jobs offer valuable opportunities for young unskilled workers in terms of skill acquisition and career advancement. To be specific, they serve as a stepping stone to formal jobs, which offer better conditions in terms of pay, insurance, job security, and other amenities at work. Although the existence of a large informal sector may distort tax collection and reduce productivity, informal job opportunities may in fact be welfare enhancing for the young and unskilled workers in developing countries, because these jobs help workers gain expertise and build professional networks for improving their career prospects. Integrated Skills Outreach Programme is one TVET way of equipping rural populations with skills to fend for themselves.
Effect of Life Stress on Ethical Behavior: Evidence from Thai College Students
Dr. Chaiyaset Promsri
DOI : 10.36344/ccjhss.2019.v05i11.009 | Cross Current Int J Peer Reviewed J Human Soc Sci, 2019; 5(11): 329-332.
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Numerous studies indicated that stress can lead to unethical behavior. Nonetheless, many of these studies focused on fostering relationship between work stress and unethical behavior. Despite academic stress in relation to dishonesty and cheating has been widely discussed, a little empirical research evidence has been found in the literature, particularly in Thai context. The aim of this present study was to examine the effect of life stress on ethical behavior. Data were collected from 191 accounting students at a selected government university by using an online questionnaire through Google platform. Analysis of simple linear regression showed the relationship between life stress and ethical behavior (F(1, 191) = 6.930, which R2 of .035. Nonetheless, a low R2 value indicated that life stress did not explain much in the variation of ethical behavior. Additional independent variables should be added for the further study. As the negative relationship between life stress and ethical behavior was found, this research suggests develop curricular activities to help students relieve their stress leading to support their ethical behavior response