“The Goals of Sustainable Development in the Affected Areas: Relations from the Normal to the New-Normal Scenario”
DOI : DOI: 10.36344/ccijhss.2020.v06i10.002 | Cross Current Int J Peer Reviewed J Human Soc Sci; 2020, 6(10): 9-18
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The Concept of Environmental Sustainability is the maintenance of natural capital and is connected to both social and economic sustainability. Human needs and ecosystems are connected by meeting human needs without compromising the health of the ecosystem, called Ecological Sustainability. The time has come to implement a goal on more climate-resilient, sustainable, and build on lessons learned from the policies of the Global New Green Deal. From an economic sustainability standpoint, economic activity should not burden future generations inappropriately. The allocation of the economists will be on environmental assets as a part of the value of natural and manmade capital, and the preservation of those assets will become a function of overall financial analysis. Economic sustainability should also analyze to minimize the social costs of meeting the standard for protecting environmental assets instead of determining those standards should be. The economically sustainable goal of responsible consumption, such as online working or locally sourced production is important for the broader discussion of the circular economy. The objective of the article is to focus on and implementing sustainable goals of areas that are affected. The outcome of the article is to an analysis of the solution of sources of sustainability in the areas that are affected. The methodology of the analysis is through a qualitative approach by reading articles. Feature question is, are those goals enough for human consciousness to implement socio-economic-demographic images in the post-COVID-19 world?
Chinese Consumers’ Purchase Intentions toward Thailand’s Organic Rice Based on Marketing Ethics
LI BAOGUO, PRIN LAKSITAMAS
DOI : DOI: 10.36344/ccijhss.2020.v06i10.01 | Cross Current Int J Peer Reviewed J Human Soc Sci; 2020, 6(10): 1-8
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This article aimed to study the dimensions of influencing Chinese consumers’ purchase intentions towards Thailand’s
organic rice based on marketing ethics. The original survey instrument comprised 25 statements and data were collected in the
mainland of China inclding110 valid online responses were collected. Data analysis was using exploratory factor analysis,
confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation modeling (SEM). The findings of the study revealed Chinese consumers’ purchase intentions toward Thailand’s organic rice are influenced by the marketing ethics factors of organic rice and ethnocentrism. Additionally, the two factors have direct or indirect impacted on pre-purchase evaluation and purchase intentions. Chinese Consumers' attitudes toward the purchase of Thailand’s organic food rice were influenced pre-purchase evaluation and pre-purchase evaluation also impacted on the purchase intention of existing and potential consumers.
Corona: A Catalyst of Poetic Justice
Prof. Arjun Dubey
DOI : 10.36344/ccijhss.2020.v06i09.01 | Cross Current Int J Peer Reviewed J Human Soc Sci
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Abstract: Corona has terrified the people and the countries the world over. Safety and security of individuals at individual levels have become more
important than at collective levels. No doubt, at collective levels too, people are awakened to take precautionary measures but at the cost of individual
levels by being quarantined. In the present paper I’ve tried to throw light on the brighter side of corona. It has emerged as boon for flora and fauna.
Corona has frightened man and has made him realize to understand the broader perspectives of Nature. Man, animals, living and non-living creatures
are the parts of Nature; good and bad,virtues and vices, healthful life and life with diseases rest in Nature and so it is unfair to curse Corona.
Complexity and Uncertainty-The Gender Identities of Main Characters in the English Patient
Li Zhang and Leilei Zhang
DOI : 10.36344/ccijhss.2020.v06i07.001 | Cross Current Int J Peer Reviewed J Human Soc Sci, 2020; 6(7):1-7
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The English Patient, is the masterpiece by Canadian author Michael Ondaatje, whose complex structure, various themes and identity concerns have always been the focus of controversy among literary critics. However, few of them explore the deconstruction of the main characters’ gender identities in the novel. Thus, based on some theories relevant to identity concerns, the paper tries to analyze the gender identities of main characters in The English Patient, and explore the complexity and ambiguity of the theme and characters in the novel. It studies the characters’ gender identities in four aspects to eliminate the binary opposition, and each aspect is represented by one or two characters. Then, the paper provides two cultural significances based on the research, which hopes to help people find a sense of belonging in the identity confusion and anxiety and gives a reference for the relevant researches on identity concerns.
Exclusive Breast Feeding of Infants of Recently Delivered Women of Uttar Pradesh, India
Dr. Tridibesh Tripathy, Prof D. R. Sahu, Dr. Umakant Prusty, Dr. Chintamani Nayak
DOI : 10.36344/ccijhss.2020.v06i06.014 | Cross Current Int J Peer Reviewed J Human Soc Sci, 2020; 6(6): 92-101.
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When ASHAs were introduced in NRHM in 2005, their primary aim was to visit homes of newborns as the first program in Uttar Pradesh (UP) operated through the ASHAs was the Comprehensive Child Survival Program in 2008. Since then, tracking of all deliveries and all the newborns are an integral part of the work of ASHAs in all the primary health care programs operated by the NHM in UP (GoI,2005, GoUP, 2013). The current article examines the role & work of ASHAs through the responses of the mothers of newborns & infants at district level. Evaluation studies on the performance of ASHAs was done since 2011 as by then ASHAs had actually worked in the field for a minimum period of 5 years. It is to be noted that National Rural Health Mission was rolled out in April 2005 but it took about one to two years for the states to hire ASHAs and put things in place right from the state to the village level (GOUP, 2013). In this article, a comprehensive feedback is elicited from the Recently Delivered Women on the Exclusive Breast Feeding (EBF) practices of their infants as part of newborn & infant care program at the district level. The current study explores some of the crucial variables on the home-based newborn care activities like the ideal practice of EBF of the newborn & infants through the response of mothers of newborns & infants on newborn care. The ideal practice of EBF in newborn & infants in child health programs is a critical facilitator in breastfeeding practices. The current article follows up the role of ASHAs in Home Based Newborn Care & child care program through the response of the mothers on EBF & the type of fluids they gave to their children on the day prior to the survey. The mothers were selected as respondents as they were the selected mothers from the list of mothers available with their ASHAs at the time of survey. The relevance of the study assumes significance as data on the details of EBF in actual months & the type of fluid other than breastmilk given
Why Students Dropout? Case Study of Dropout Attributions in West Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia
DOI : 10.36344/ccijhss.2020.v06i06.013 | Cross Current Int J Peer Reviewed J Human Soc Sci, 2020; 6(6): 85-91.
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This study aims to find the factors and dominant factors causing drop out in West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. The data collection used in-depth interviews and data analysis used an interactive model. The factors identified causing dropout are; laziness, poor motivation of children to go to school, negative perceptions about their cognitive abilities and their parents to pay fees, weak family economic, lack of motivation and guidance of parents, pessimistic towards the sustainability of children's education, weak parents' expectations in education, weak parents' expectations to the future of children, weak parents' attention to children's education, neglect of children, association with peers who are not in school, and gender-biased in culture. From these factors, the dominant factors are the poor motivation of children to go to school, gender-biased in cultures, lack of parents' expectations in education, weak parents' expectations of their children's future, and neglect of children.
The Status of a Muslim Woman in the Glorious Qur’an
Dr. Lawal Abdulkareem
DOI : 10.36344/ccijhss.2020.v06i06.012 | Cross Current Int J Peer Reviewed J Human Soc Sci, 2020; 6(6): 74-84.
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Before the revelation of the Glorious Qur‘an, women in pre-Islamic paganism were mostly denied of all rights. They were exposed to different kinds of atrocities and multiple hardships since the beginning of creation. They occupied a low and degraded status in most societies. They were customarily assigned the most despised and least important jobs and positions. In some cultures, women were degraded to the extent that men claimed that women were nothing but the epitome of evil. In a nutshell, prior to the revelation of the Glorious Book of Islam, women were deprived of the rights to education; bought and sold like any other commodity; deprived of the right of inheritance; and considered as minors with no rights to make any transactions or to possess wealth. They were generally subjected to the will of men throughout their lives. However, after the advent of Islam, the Glorious Qur’an emancipated women from all sorts of injustice and exploitation. This paper therefore, intends to discuss on how the Glorious Qur’an liberated women from all unfair bondages on the one hand, and also how it recognized their status similar to that of their male counterparts on the other.