December, 2020 , Volume  5, Issue 2
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DESIGN OF TOURIST INFORMATION SYSTEMS OF SUR DISTRICT (DIYARBAKIR/TURKEY) USING GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Dr. Salman

DESIGN OF TOURIST INFORMATION SYSTEMS OF SUR DISTRICT (DIYARBAKIR/TURKEY) USING GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS
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Tourism, the world's largest and fastest-growing economy sectors in the last several decades. Tourism activities become more effective thanks to Geographical Information Systems (GIS) methodology. In this respect, the use of GIS should become more widespread in order to expand the tourism economy.  GIS methodology makes tourist areas more visible. Diyarbakır has special position as geographically and so high potential for tourism. Sur District  is located in the central part of Southeastern Anatolia. One of the largest provinces in the region. Diyarbakır city center has a history of about 12000 years. Diyarbakır Province and Sur District has special position as geographically and so high potential for tourism. The aim of this research was to assess the tourism information potential of the district of Sur. As a result of this study, local and foreign tourists reach historical, ecological or cultural tourism areas at a short distance and practical transportation.  

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‘EPISTEMIC VIRTUES’ IN PROPHETS’ DIRECTIVES
Yasser Fawzi Abdelalim Rateb

‘EPISTEMIC VIRTUES’ IN PROPHETS’ DIRECTIVES
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PERSPECTIVE OF COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON STATE UNIVERSITY TOWARDS MANDATORY RANDOM STUDENT DRUG-TESTING  
ANGELO DAN CASTRO,VINCENT JR. D. DELA TORRE,LEO D. DELFIN,LEO STEVEN RAMOS,ZXIENDEE MIER SANTIAGO

PERSPECTIVE OF COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON STATE UNIVERSITY TOWARDS MANDATORY RANDOM STUDENT DRUG-TESTING  
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The educational institutions In the Philippines today have been mandated by law to include in their academic curriculum a program on drug education. This is to comply with the educational approach in dealing with the globally destructive drug problem. The most startling worldwide trends that have emerged are the increased availability and variety of drugs and the prevalence of drug abuse among the youth. The Philippines is no exception: research has shown that drug abuse is on the rise, and in particular it is increasing among young people. Drug abuse patterns among youth change rapidly with different drugs becoming popular. Drug abuse has also expanded to a younger and wider segment of the youth population. One of the approaches to addressing student substances use is school based Mandatory Random Student Drug-Testing (MRSDT) which is a drug use prevention tool to test the random student in both public and private schools in the Philippines. This study entitled Perspective of College of Agriculture Student in Central Luzon State University about Mandatory Random Student Drug-Testing seek to determine the Perspective of Agriculture Student regarding to Mandatory Random Student Drug-Testing. To gather the needed data, different reference was used such as archive and internet. Consequently, this study used descriptive method and purposive sampling, the researchers used 3-Likert scale and 5-Likert scale survey questionnaire. The respondents were the College of Agriculture student of Central Luzon State University. The findings from this study indicate that there is little scientific evidence to support the use of randomized drug testing for reducing drug use among those tested and among school peer respondent by students. Among the College students surveyed, school drug testing was not associated with either the prevalence or the frequency of use of other illicit drug use. Only one study showed that moderately lower use was associated with any random testing of the general population and among students specifically subject to testing. Further and elaborated explanations lie ahead within this study.

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PERSPECTIVE OF COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON STATE UNIVERSITY TOWARDS MANDATORY RANDOM STUDENT DRUG-TESTING
ANGELO DAN CASTRO, VINCENT JR. D. DELA TORRE, LEO D. DELFIN, LEO STEVEN RAMOS, ZXIENDEE MIER SANTIAGO, RYAN MICHAEL SIASON, BEA GENEVA MAE TAPAT, AND JUSTIN V. DUMALE

PERSPECTIVE OF COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE STUDENTS IN CENTRAL LUZON STATE UNIVERSITY TOWARDS MANDATORY RANDOM STUDENT DRUG-TESTING
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The educational institutions In the Philippines today have been mandated by law to include in their academic curriculum a program on drug education. This is to comply with the educational approach in dealing with the globally destructive drug problem. The most startling worldwide trends that have emerged are the increased availability and variety of drugs and the prevalence of drug abuse among the youth. The Philippines is no exception: research has shown that drug abuse is on the rise, and in particular it is increasing among young people. Drug abuse patterns among youth change rapidly with different drugs becoming popular. Drug abuse has also expanded to a younger and wider segment of the youth population. One of the approaches to addressing student substances use is school based Mandatory Random Student Drug-Testing (MRSDT) which is a drug use prevention tool to test the random student in both public and private schools in the Philippines. This study entitled Perspective of College of Agriculture Student in Central Luzon State University about Mandatory Random Student Drug-Testing seek to determine the Perspective of Agriculture Student regarding to Mandatory Random Student Drug-Testing. To gather the needed data, different reference was used such as archive and internet. Consequently, this study used descriptive method and purposive sampling, the researchers used 3-Likert scale and 5-Likert scale survey questionnaire. The respondents were the College of Agriculture student of Central Luzon State University. The findings from this study indicate that there is little scientific evidence to support the use of randomized drug testing for reducing drug use among those tested and among school peer respondent by students. Among the College students surveyed, school drug testing was not associated with either the prevalence or the frequency of use of other illicit drug use. Only one study showed that moderately lower use was associated with any random testing of the general population and among students specifically subject to testing. Further and elaborated explanations lie ahead within this study.  

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ETHICAL LEADERSHIP AMONG OMANI AND JORDANIAN SCHOOL PRINCIPALS AND ITS RELATION TO ORGANIZATIONAL HEATH AS PERCEIVED BY TEACHERS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY
Prof. Aieman Ahmad Al-Omari, Dr. Khalaf Marhoun Alabri, Dr. Omer Hashim Hamad

ETHICAL LEADERSHIP AMONG OMANI AND JORDANIAN SCHOOL PRINCIPALS AND ITS RELATION TO ORGANIZATIONAL HEATH AS PERCEIVED BY TEACHERS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY
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REVIVAL OF UZBEK NATIONAL HANDICRAFT TRADITIONS  
Oybek Ostonov

REVIVAL OF UZBEK NATIONAL HANDICRAFT TRADITIONS  
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This article is devoted to the analysis of the development of national traditional handicraft in Uzbekistan over the years of independence. During this period, the demand and interest in the scientific study of national handicrafts, as well as various areas and branches of arts and crafts as an integral part, increased significantly. All the necessary legal and material conditions created by the Government of the Republic are a powerful incentive for the development of this industry in an evolutionary way, and such provides for the topicality of its scientific research.    The article deals with measures taken to restore handicrafts, develop national handicrafts in the region, create mentoring schools about some problems and ways to resolve them in the national handicraft industry, the impact of global progressive processes on this area, as well as the prospects for handicrafts  

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The purpose of this paper is to review the literature on the topic of financial literacy and to understand which investigation lines and evaluation items are referred to in international studies on the subject. At the article’s beginning, the studies related to the definition of financial literacy are compiled, and a distinction between financial education and financial alphabetization is performed. Posteriorly, studies on the importance of financial literacy and its impact on families’ economic and financial decisions and on improving their economic security and financial well-being are referenced. Finally, the items on financial literacy which were studied are presented and analysed. It is clear that people with a higher literacy level make better financial decisions for their families and that financial ignorance conveys significant costs. It is concluded that countries should implement measures to support citizens’ training, in order to improve their financial literacy.  

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SOCIAL EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN THROUGH ADULT EDUCATION
H. Eylem Kaya

SOCIAL EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN THROUGH ADULT EDUCATION
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Increasingly aging world population, combined with the changing socio-demographic structure of countries, makes necessary that adult education should continue through lifelong time. Within this period, adults are obliged to face with many different and new dynamics which are both individual and/or social because of changing living and working conditions and these dynamics bring together the new and different learnings as well. However, while adult learners especially women are realizing learning actions, provision of their improving new and different perspectives by integrated not only life and but also work life experiences and vital accumulations gained from these experiences into their learning processes of social empowerment is quite significant.  Then, being achieved of these perspectives gathered through questioning the existing experiential knowledge included into the social learning process within the dialogue and praxis with critical reflection and under the leadership of adult educators as organic intellectuals is also significant. Therefore, “Transformative Action Theory” which underlines the realization of learning for social empowerment via transforming the action through with the perspectives obtained in line with the meaning perspectives and schemes of adult individuals in particular to female will be discussed in this study.

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THE ANTI - DRUG CAMPAIGN PROGRAMS OF PNP TOWARDS LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN VALENZUELA CITY
Rowena A. Pila

THE ANTI - DRUG CAMPAIGN PROGRAMS OF PNP TOWARDS LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN VALENZUELA CITY
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The national government has launched the controversial anti-drug campaign, known locally as Oplan Tokhang. In the online database (2015) number cited Valenzuela City as the second Safest City in Southeast Asia, next only to Singapore. Being Safety in the city stimulates local economic development. The aim of the study was to identify the anti – drug campaign strategies of Philippine National Police that contributes to local economic development in Valenzuela City for the years 2015- 2017. The study employed both quantitative descriptive research and qualitative method. For the quantitative part which is structured interview among the police officers of Valenzuela City. The qualitative analysis is the data generated from the accomplishment reports in the Philippine National Police. It revealed that strategic plans operation, score board, hangyo and Valenzuela City Cares Plus become effective in reducing drug cases within the community. The challenges faced by the Philippine National Police are the following: Lack of Human Resources, Logistical Problem and Mobility. The anti – drug campaign implemented by the PNP and Local Chief Executive (LCE) provide security, peace and order and stability of the local economy of the community. The local officials should continue their support and cooperation in terms of financial sufficiency, resource management and program implementation to augment and maximize the capacity of PNP towards anti – drug campaign.  Partnership of the PNP and the community is the best way to solve criminality.

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A SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY OF SOME SELECTED POEMS BY HATIM ALTAI
Dr. Mujahid Ahmed Alwaqaa

A SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY OF SOME SELECTED POEMS BY HATIM ALTAI
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This paper explores the pre-Islamic Arab social values through the lens of Hatim Altai’s poetry. This poetry reveals a code of ethics and virtues that people should abide by at that time if they wanted to be estimated and held in high regards. The Arab society living during that era in The Arabian Peninsula, now the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, highly praised virtues and morals such as bravery, generosity, honesty and modesty etc. Hatim’s poetry quintessentially reflects such virtues and morals in a fascinating way. Furthermore; this piece of study attempts to give a fresh glimpse into the life-styles, narratives and the constructs of pre-Islamic Arab society so as to enrich readers’ understanding. The researcher adopts a modern sociological framework namely the sociology of literature so as to make this study more effective and reliable. It is an attempt to understand the role of each poem within its social and historical context. Each poem is viewed as a tool of communication and as a unique social phenomenon. Hatim established himself as the perfect example of generosity. His reputation was known in many different parts of the world and he is still remembered throughout ages as a proverbial icon of generosity. He belongs to Tae tribe which resided in a place between Salma and Ajaa Mountains, what is now known as Hail City, Saudi Arabia.  

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CONFLICT: A CULTURAL THEME IN THE MODERN AMERICAN NOVEL
Majed S Allehaibi

CONFLICT: A CULTURAL THEME IN THE MODERN AMERICAN NOVEL
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This paper addresses a major theme in the modern American novel: Conflict as a catalyst for constant change. Between the 1920s and 1930s can be traced a major paradigm shift from a post-World War I search for individualism and independence to one of a Depression-era emphasis on collectivism and solidarity. Analysis of several prominent literary works from this era leads to the conclusion that American fiction encodes American history and that conflict and contradiction explain the development of the modern American novel.  

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DOUBLE EDGE SWORD: THE IMPACT OF FEELING TRUSTED ON ORGANIZATION CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR VIA EMOTIONAL EXHAUSTION
Muhammad Faisal Malik, Dr. Muhammad Asif Khan, Fahad Rehman

DOUBLE EDGE SWORD: THE IMPACT OF FEELING TRUSTED ON ORGANIZATION CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR VIA EMOTIONAL EXHAUSTION
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The Present study is conducted with the aim to test the theory of conservation of resources with different aspect as majority of the previous studies took trust as a positive single construct whereas we are capturing the negative outcomes of feeling trusted. Therefore the present study attempts to explore the negative outcomes of feeling trusted. The data is collected from 550 individual employees of Pakistan. The results are obtained by using MPlus which indicate that feeling trusted is having significant relationship with OCB and emotional exhaustion mediates the relationship of feeling trusted and OCB, whereas job autonomy as moderator did not contribute a significant role in the relationship of feeling trusted and emotional exhaustion.  

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EVALUATION OF A SCHOOL-BASED FEEDING PROGRAM IN A PUBLIC SCHOOL IN CENTRAL LUZON, PHILIPPINES
Alma M. Corpuz, Rmt, Lpt, Ed.D., Cynthia G. Quiambao, Lpt, Ed.D.

EVALUATION OF A SCHOOL-BASED FEEDING PROGRAM IN A PUBLIC SCHOOL IN CENTRAL LUZON, PHILIPPINES
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The Department of Education has directed school heads in public schools nationwide to feed malnourished pupils. In a rural school in Tarlac City, 40 pupils were found to be wasted and severely wasted in SY 2017-2018 based on their Body Mass Indices (BMI). Upon request of the school head, a double meal feeding program was conducted for 90 days by Tarlac State University -College of Education Extension, in partnership with government and non-government supporters. The study then evaluated the outcome of the feeding program in terms of its outcomes bases on the pupils’ improvement in nutritional status, academic performance and their attitude in school. Participants of the study were 40 pupils under the feeding program, eight teachers and a school head and six parents who assisted the feeding program. Findings revealed that the nutritional status of 83% of the pupils became normal and their attitude towards classroom tasks, teachers, classmates, self-esteem and confidence improved but had not significantly improved pupils’ academic performance. Further findings revealed that the best practices in the feeding program were the active participation of various school stakeholders, including the direct involvement of the external donors during the actual feeding days. However, there were some problems encountered along the process, which included pupils who did not report to school regularly and therefore had not completed the 90 days feeding program; some pupils who lacked appetite, especially in the morning; and some parents were too demanding. The study recommends drafting of policy when conducting feeding program; livelihood training skills for unemployed parents so they can provide nutritious meals at home; and training for mothers in preparing low cost nutritious meals. on Based on the findings of the study, A trAC School-based Feeding Program model was developed.  

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