SCIREA Journal of Sociology (ISSN: 2994-9343)

SCIREA Journal of Sociology is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

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Habibat Oladosu-Uthman
Abstract: Despite the fact that Nigeria is a plural state with multi-ethnic and multi-religious entities by diverse cultures and languages, it is worrisome to witness incidences of side-lining and denial of human rights to some segments of the society. In other words, human right issues are treated with levity within the Nigerian soc
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Wagner Pires da Silva
Abstract: Created in 2013, the Federal University of Cariri - UFCA, has sought to implement actions that allow the fulfillment of its mission with the community in which it operates. In line with its Strategic Planning, the Dean of Graduation has sought to use in its activities a model that can make Cariri from Ceará more efficient.
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Anders Gustavsson
Abstract: As a senior scientist I have had many fulfilled research years during the time 2011-2023. In this paper I want to highlight the way I was able to turn a problematically perceived situation, after being a retired scientist, by finding a new way of doing research that is still ongoing today. I am writing about this to encoura
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AMOA Amlan Estelle Dorothée Christelle, ADON Kouadio Patrick, OKOU Kouakou Norbert
Abstract: Cet article se propose d’analyser comment le manioc participe à l’autonomisation des femmes de Bonoua. A partir d’observations et d’entretiens réalisés avec les autorités coutumières, le responsable du Secteur du Développement Rural (SDR), les pisteurs, les femmes productrices, commerçantes et transformatrices de manioc, le
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LI Zhenzhe, Fan Meiqing, Han Huibin, Zhang Yuan, Zhang Jiyuan
Abstract: In the practical work of identifying the authenticity of document seals and seals, various types of highly imitated seal seals have emerged in recent years, which have the characteristics of multiple imitation methods, low cost, and high difficulty in identification. This poses a huge challenge to the authenticity identific
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Shohreh Haji Mola Hosein
Abstract: This article explores Gabriel Garcia Marquez’ ‘The very old Man with Enormous Wings’ through the interdisciplinary perspectives of postmodernism and social political ecology and shows how the author undermines grand narratives praising dictated rules. The article underlines the author’s rejection of predestined ideologies t
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Kieran Edmond James
Abstract: The subject of this article is the role of alcohol in elite amateur soccer in the Fiji Islands covering the period 1975-2015. Based on interviews with six ex-Premier League players from the 1980s, and participant-observation as a friend and confidante of one ex-star (Henry Dyer), we conclude that alcohol was used as a comfo
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EDET UKPONG-DAN
Abstract: Introduction: Tendons are highly adaptive to changes in loading forces put on them always from walking, running, jumping and in other sporting activities. There are few studies involving the Patellar tendon (35, 29), reported a studies on the Acute Transverse Strain response of the Patellar Tendon to quadriceps exer
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McKenzie Fergus
Abstract: New and unforeseen socioeconomic challenges related to the COVID-19 crisis have disrupted the mentally ill population of Ghana’s livelihood support and general access to psychiatric treatments. This research looks critically at the pandemic’s impact on the mentally ill population to determine whether the crisis has changed
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Wolfgang Glatzer
Abstract: Quality of life has been measured in recent times in most countries of the world. In earlier times the GDP was the professional measure to describe the economic success of a nation. This measurement of economic performance is now not accepted as a sufficient measure for wellbeing and quality of life. Meanwhile there are a
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