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Incorporating Social Media Into Library Services: Present Scenario At East West University Library, Dilara Begum, Shaharima Parvin Dec 2019

Incorporating Social Media Into Library Services: Present Scenario At East West University Library, Dilara Begum, Shaharima Parvin

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In the third millennium, people look forward for ushering the innovations and people's rapport is getting more and more convenient with the growth of social media tools. The usages of social media by libraries encompass a vast array of platforms with many contingencies features containing new ways for library patrons in terms of promoting their information services and products. This paper delineates elaborately the incorporation of social media by East West University Library (EWU, L), Bangladesh as it is one of the precursor academic libraries in Bangladesh where all forms of contemporary technologies and services have been integrating with ...


Customer Relations Twitter @Indonesiagaruda Of Garuda Indonesia Airlines In The Social Customer Era, Ira Purwitasari, Engkus Kuswarno, Uud Wahyudin, Ninis Agustini Damayani Dec 2019

Customer Relations Twitter @Indonesiagaruda Of Garuda Indonesia Airlines In The Social Customer Era, Ira Purwitasari, Engkus Kuswarno, Uud Wahyudin, Ninis Agustini Damayani

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The purpose of this research is to be able to analyze in depth the airlines of. Garuda Indonesia and its public customers in establishing good relations by utilizing social media Twitter. In the current era of digital communication where the use of social media is community-based media, companies inevitably have to deal with social customers. Customer relations is a process of building long-term relationships with customers to maintain satisfaction and to keep them coming back. The research method used is descriptive qualitative. Data collection in this study consist of primary and secondary data. Primary data were carried out through in-depth ...


Communication Pattern With Sulapa Eppa In The Single-Parent Family In Makassar City, Indrayanti Indyayanti, Jenny Ratna Suminar, Ahmad Gimmy Prathama Siswadi, Yanti Setianti Nov 2019

Communication Pattern With Sulapa Eppa In The Single-Parent Family In Makassar City, Indrayanti Indyayanti, Jenny Ratna Suminar, Ahmad Gimmy Prathama Siswadi, Yanti Setianti

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Siri’ na pesse as a philosophy of life for Bugis people who have noble values that make humans worthy of being said to be human (tau sipakatau). This value is obtained through hereditary that parents teach their children. One of the values taught by parents, known as sulappa eppa (the four main values) that parents must have as leaders in their families is primarily a single parent. This value is very important for single parents because parents are automatically examples and role models for their children.

This study applied a qualitative method with a case study approach in which key ...


Drill Emergency Simulation As An Increase In Information And Skills Of Midwives In Carrying Out Assistance To Mothers And Newborns A Case Study In Karawang Regional Hospital, Siti Nursanti, Susanne Dida, Irvan Afriandi, Mien Hidayat Nov 2019

Drill Emergency Simulation As An Increase In Information And Skills Of Midwives In Carrying Out Assistance To Mothers And Newborns A Case Study In Karawang Regional Hospital, Siti Nursanti, Susanne Dida, Irvan Afriandi, Mien Hidayat

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Health professional’s skillin helping maternal emergency cases isa critical factor contributing to maternal and sudden infant death. Expanding Maternal and Neonatal Survival programs, therefore,initiateda training so-called emergency drill simulation. This research aims to find the effectivity of midwiferycommunication strategy in the emergency drill simulation forsharpening partnership and expertise of the midwifery in a groupdealing with childbirth emergency. This research uses qualitative methodand a case study as an approach. The informants of this research are the head division of customer care, head of the delivery room, and the paramedic mentor of Expanding Maternal Neonatal Survival in Karawang Regional Hospital ...


Bibliometric Survey Of Privacy Of Social Media Network Data Publishing, Rupali Gangarde Ass. Prof., Amit Sharma Dr., Ambika Pawar Dr. Nov 2019

Bibliometric Survey Of Privacy Of Social Media Network Data Publishing, Rupali Gangarde Ass. Prof., Amit Sharma Dr., Ambika Pawar Dr.

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We are witness to see exponential growth of the social media network since the year 2002. Leading social media networking sites used by people are Twitter, Snapchats, Facebook, Google, and Instagram, etc. The latest global digital report (Chaffey and Ellis-Chadwick 2019) states that there exist more than 800 million current online social media users, and the number is still exploding day by day. Users share their day to day activities such as their photos and locations etc. on social media platforms. This information gets consumed by third party users, like marketing companies, researchers, and government firms. Depending upon the purpose ...


Linking Library Resources To The Web Through Linked Data, Sankha Subhra Das, Arpita Roy Chowdhury Nov 2019

Linking Library Resources To The Web Through Linked Data, Sankha Subhra Das, Arpita Roy Chowdhury

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The concept of linked Data and Semantic Web have been gaining importance to revolutionise the world of the internet. The idea behind Linked Data can be used to create a huge database of the Internet interlinked by relationships that will be easily understood by machines as well as humans. We tried to compare some libraries that have published their content via linked open data. The advantages and disadvantages have also been highlighted. libraries should benefit by adopting linked Data but there are many challenges that will come up in its implementation. The BIBFRAME Initiative is a possible framework that will ...


Barcode Technology And Its Application In Libraries, Dr. Anupam Chanda Nov 2019

Barcode Technology And Its Application In Libraries, Dr. Anupam Chanda

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The library is one of the essential place in any academic institution. With the invention of ICT (Information and Communications Technology), every sector now a day are trying to automate their system and library is also one of them. We can find that the technologies have taken over and helped the library in various ways. Now a day’s libraries need new tools that will allow them to increase their productivity and improve user service without adding personnel. Application of Barcode technology in libraries is a way to process client requests from fast to fastest. Barcode technology is mostly ...


Student’S Perception Towards Plagiarism: A Case Study Of Central University Of Haryana (India), Anil Kumar Dr., Amit Kumar Dr., Manju Yadav Mrs. Nov 2019

Student’S Perception Towards Plagiarism: A Case Study Of Central University Of Haryana (India), Anil Kumar Dr., Amit Kumar Dr., Manju Yadav Mrs.

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Plagiarism is an academic misconduct in which a person use or steals others intellectual property and presents it as own. This paper indicates about the perception of Central University Haryana students towards plagiarism. It is observed that the issue of plagiarism is a matter of great concern in higher educational institutions. This survey study was conducted on 150 post graduate level students of central university of Haryana where student’s perception towards plagiarism was assessed on the basis of a questionnaire. Results revealed that most of the students had a positive perception towards the plagiarism aspect assessed in this study ...


Personality Prediction Through Curriculam Vitae Analysis Involving Password Encryption And Prediction Analysis, Gagandeep Kaur, Shruti Maheshwari Nov 2019

Personality Prediction Through Curriculam Vitae Analysis Involving Password Encryption And Prediction Analysis, Gagandeep Kaur, Shruti Maheshwari

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A recruitment process requires an eligibility check, an aptitude evaluation and a psychometric analysis of prospective candidates. The work puts forward an application where the system allows employers to post new job offerings and registered candidates can apply. The application estimates applicant’s emotional aptitude through a psychometric analysis based on a test whereas the professional standard is verified via a technical aptitude test. OCEAN Model is used to assess emotional quotient and predict the personality traits. Machine learning techniques such as Logistic Regression are used for modelling the personality predictor. The details of the candidates are kept secure by ...


The Information Distribution Of Citarum Harum Program To The Community And People Of Bandung Regency Of West Java Indonesia, Yanti Setianti, Nuryah Asri Sjafira, Diah Fatma, Heru Ryanto Budiana, Achmad Abdul Basith Nov 2019

The Information Distribution Of Citarum Harum Program To The Community And People Of Bandung Regency Of West Java Indonesia, Yanti Setianti, Nuryah Asri Sjafira, Diah Fatma, Heru Ryanto Budiana, Achmad Abdul Basith

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The river of Citarum is one of the largest and longest rivers in West Java Province, which has a strategic function for people's life surrounding it, especially for the people of West Java Province and The Special Capital Region of Jakarta. The condition of Citarum river nowadays is very concerning due to its severe damages from the upstream to the downstream which are caused by various problems. The Central Government has done many recovery efforts by implementing The Citarum Harum Program since February 2018. The participation of various parties concerned with the management of Citarum river in Bandung Regency ...


Pearl: A Journal Of Library And Information Science: A Bibliometric Study, N O Natarajan Nelliyappan Olaganathan "Dr" Nov 2019

Pearl: A Journal Of Library And Information Science: A Bibliometric Study, N O Natarajan Nelliyappan Olaganathan "Dr"

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This paper presents a bibliometric analysis of the journal titled “PEARL : A Journal of Library and Information Science” This Journal is recognised one of the most important Journals in the field of Library and Information Science, The study covered from the period between 2010 to 2018. The study exposed 223 research papers in Pearl during 2010-2018 that were published in 36 issues of 9 volumes. The analysis cover mainly the number of articles, authorship pattern, subject wise distribution of articles, average number of references per articles, forms of documents cited, year wise distribution of cited journals etc. All the studies ...


Adolescents Information Behaviour Of Substance Use Risks In Nigeria, Ruth Owolabi Nov 2019

Adolescents Information Behaviour Of Substance Use Risks In Nigeria, Ruth Owolabi

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Adolescence is a transitory period in every human developmental process. The adolescent age is characterized by changes in the world view as such are exposed to making experiments. This could be as a result of peer influence that leads to a delinquent act of substance use. Substance use among adolescents in Nigeria is increasing at an alarming rate with risks on health which has become a global issue of concern. Despite the efforts by government and non-government agencies to create awareness on the risks of substance use there still exists evidence of its widespread in all the geographical areas ...


Users' Satisfaction With Information Resources And Services: A Survey Of Gc University Library Lahore, Khurram Shahzad Nov 2019

Users' Satisfaction With Information Resources And Services: A Survey Of Gc University Library Lahore, Khurram Shahzad

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The basic objective of this article is to know users’ satisfaction with GC University Library’s resources and services. An effort was also made to know the impact of university library resources and services upon users’ work. Research was done by using a survey method. Self-structured questionnaire was used in order to get the desired objectives of the study. Findings show users’ levels of satisfaction with online catalog, reference services, book materials, Interlibrary loan, usefulness of the information received in the library, library professionals’ availability, library staff friendliness, librarians’ expertise, service delivery time, library instruction, working hours, computer equipment, recorded ...


A Comparative Assessment Of Climate Change Related Knowledge And Perception Of Coastal And Tribal Community, Kirti K Kalinga, Navaneeta Rath Nov 2019

A Comparative Assessment Of Climate Change Related Knowledge And Perception Of Coastal And Tribal Community, Kirti K Kalinga, Navaneeta Rath

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Climate change is a global problem with local ramifications. It supposed to impact all nations and states across borders. But the way it is perceived by different stakeholders varies. Perception towards climate change matters because it will shape the way knowledge is framed and risk is calculated. It is also important to examine the knowledge of those people who are affected the most due to climate change. The present paper tries to understand the perception of farmers on climate change. As agriculture is one of the most climate sensitive sectors, it becomes pertinent here to explore are the farmers aware ...


A Bibliometric Study Of Communications Published In Journal Of Informetrics From 2012 To 2016, Dr. Mirza Muhammad Naseer, Dr. Abu Waris, Shakil Ahmad, Dr. Manuelraj Peter, Prof Isam Mohammed Abdel-Magid Nov 2019

A Bibliometric Study Of Communications Published In Journal Of Informetrics From 2012 To 2016, Dr. Mirza Muhammad Naseer, Dr. Abu Waris, Shakil Ahmad, Dr. Manuelraj Peter, Prof Isam Mohammed Abdel-Magid

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This research work exemplifies a bibliometric study of communications published in the Journal of Informetrics from 2012 to 2016. The main schema and source used for this study is the Web of Science domain. A bibliometric analysis of 459 records was conducted using MS Excel. The study indicated that the maximum number of articles were in the year 2016, representing 23% of total contributions. Top contributing organizations during the study period were Max Planck Society of Germany, Indiana University of USA, and University Roma Tor Vergata of Italy. Top contributing authors included Lutz Bornmann, Mike Thelwall, and Ludo Waltman. China ...


Mapping Knowledge Hierarchy On Digital Library From 2007-2017: A Comparative Study Of India, China And United States, Arpita Roy Chowdhury, Ziaur Rahman Dr Nov 2019

Mapping Knowledge Hierarchy On Digital Library From 2007-2017: A Comparative Study Of India, China And United States, Arpita Roy Chowdhury, Ziaur Rahman Dr

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Purpose: This study aims to provide a comparative analysis on knowledge hierarchy taking into account countries such as India, China and United States of America on digital library perspective research from 2007 to 2017.

Methodology: This study covers articles published in the Web of Science database where 242 articles were taken into consideration and further analysis was done for the stipulated time period.

Findings: The research trend of digital library in India consists of 15 core topics and other specific areas, China with 15 core areas as well for the same time period and U.S.A showed 17 core ...


Study Of Information Seeking Pattern Of School Teachers In Sri Lanka With Respect To Curriculum Planning, Chamani Gunasekera, Balasubramani R, Arumugam J Nov 2019

Study Of Information Seeking Pattern Of School Teachers In Sri Lanka With Respect To Curriculum Planning, Chamani Gunasekera, Balasubramani R, Arumugam J

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The study was conducted to examine information seeking pattern of school teachers in Sri Lanka. The survey method was adapted for this study and a self-administered questionnaire was used as main data collection tool. The school teachers who enrolled to follow postgraduate courses in the Department of Education, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka were selected as the study population and the collected data were analyzed using SPSS (21.0). The study found that most of the respondents used face to face discussions and mass media as communication channels and most of the respondents study curriculum, teachers’ guides and students’ text ...


Impact Of Social Media Tools In Promoting The Library Services In Engineering Colleges In Tamilnadu, Arumugam J Librarian, Balasubramani R Assistant Professor Nov 2019

Impact Of Social Media Tools In Promoting The Library Services In Engineering Colleges In Tamilnadu, Arumugam J Librarian, Balasubramani R Assistant Professor

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Background: Social media tools play a vital role in every domain especially with Library and information Science. This study analyses the various promotional activities done by using the social media tools in Engineering Colleges with respect to Tamilnadu.

Materials and Methods: The data was obtained by quantitative survey method for the study from the 150 library science professionals working in engineering colleges of Tamilnadu.

Results: 150 respondents were actively participated in this survey and resulted that Facebook is the predominant tool used by the library professionals to share the library products and services in the age group of 31-50 ...


Communication Strategies Of Civil Society Forums To Reduce Maternal Mortality And Infant Mortality In Karawang District, Siti Nursanti, Irvan Afriandi, Susanne Dida, Mien Hidayat Nov 2019

Communication Strategies Of Civil Society Forums To Reduce Maternal Mortality And Infant Mortality In Karawang District, Siti Nursanti, Irvan Afriandi, Susanne Dida, Mien Hidayat

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The high number of maternal and infant mortalities encourages the government to solve the issuecollaboratively. The program of expanding maternal and neonatal survival initiate the collaboration among society organizations that concern onmaternal and infant health through civil (madani) society forum. This research aims to comprehend the communication efforts carried outby civil society forum indecreasingthe maternal and infant mortality rate. This research usesa qualitative method of research with case study approach. The correspondents of this research are Head of the Family Health Section of Public Health Office in Karawang Regency (Dinas Kesehatan Kabutapan Karawang), Chief of Civil Society Forum, and the ...


Authorship Productivity And Applicability Of Lotka's Law In Phytochemistry Literature, Radhakrishnan S, Baskaran C Nov 2019

Authorship Productivity And Applicability Of Lotka's Law In Phytochemistry Literature, Radhakrishnan S, Baskaran C

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This article aims to present the results of the Scientometric analysis in the Phytochemistry literature. A total of 13215 records from 2014 to 2018 were taken for the analysis.The Data were downloaded from SCOPUS online database. This study mainly concentrates the authorship productivity, applicability of Lotka's law, Price square root law and Pareto's 80/20 rule. The Chi square value is 225.65 which is higher than the table value in the analysis of Lotka's law. The square root of total authors, who have contributed 7.94 % of the total contribution, is found to be 255 ...


Journals Bibliometric Portfolios; Case Of Nursing Research, Helena Blazun Vošner Phd, Peter Kokol Prof Nov 2019

Journals Bibliometric Portfolios; Case Of Nursing Research, Helena Blazun Vošner Phd, Peter Kokol Prof

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Number of journals is raising exponentially. Consequently authors have a problem which journal to select when publishing their research. Journal portfolios including information like impact factors and productivity trends, state of the art topics, topics evolution and citation patterns might help authors to select the journal where their paper will have optimal chances to be published, read and cited. To build portfolios we used two approaches; namely descriptive bibliometric analysis to extract distribution of types of documents, most prolific authors, institutions, countries, citation histories, etc. and bibliometric mapping to visualize the content

Our study showed that journals portfolios can improve ...


Assessing The Value Of Korean School Library Research: A Bibliometric Comparison Of Korean And International Journal Papers, Eungi Kim Nov 2019

Assessing The Value Of Korean School Library Research: A Bibliometric Comparison Of Korean And International Journal Papers, Eungi Kim

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This study aimed to assess the value of Korean school library research by comparing Korean and international research on school libraries. To conduct this research, records of international papers indexed by Scopus and domestic papers indexed by the Korean Citation Index (KCI) on school libraries were downloaded. These records were analyzed and compared in terms of publication trends, journals, and author keywords. Approximately, four Korean LIS journals collectively published 39% more papers than the international journals indexed by Scopus, suggesting the substantial contributions made by Korean researchonschool libraries. The unique subtopicsofschool libraries in Korean domestic research were the revitalization of ...


Communication Crisis In Tourism Office: Negative News By Online Media, Faustyna Faustyna Faustyna, Lukiati Komala Erdiana, Hanny .. Hafiar ., Iriana .. Bakti . Oct 2019

Communication Crisis In Tourism Office: Negative News By Online Media, Faustyna Faustyna Faustyna, Lukiati Komala Erdiana, Hanny .. Hafiar ., Iriana .. Bakti .

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Objective: This study aims to provide an explanation of how the Medan Tourism Office carries out communication crisis activities on negative coverage produced by online media on the culinary tour "Merdeka Walk" Medan Methodology: This research uses the constructivism paradigm. Ontologically, mental construction on social experience is local and specific and depends on the party doing it.. Finding: Negative coverage by online media triggered by fallen trees in 2017 at night culinary tourism location in "Merdeka Walk" has drawn a response from the Governor of North Sumatra with intrusion closing and diverting the function of night culinary tourism location ...


Digital Addiction: A Conceptual Overview, Amarjit Kumar Singh, Pawan Kumar Singh Oct 2019

Digital Addiction: A Conceptual Overview, Amarjit Kumar Singh, Pawan Kumar Singh

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Digital addiction referred to an impulse control disorder that involves the obsessive use of digital devices, digital technologies, and digital platforms, i.e. internet, video game, online platforms, mobile devices, digital gadgets, and social network platform. It is an emerging domain of Cyberpsychology (Singh, Amarjit Kumar and Pawan Kumar Singh; 2019), which explore a problematic usage of digital media, device, and platforms by being obsessive and excessive. This article analyses, reviewed the current research, and established a conceptual overview on the digital addiction. The research literature on digital addiction has proliferated. However, we tried to categories the digital addiction ...


Is Ranganathan A Pragmatic Philosopher? Reading The Five Laws Of Library Science In The Light Of Ancient Indian Philosophy, Simjith V, Vasudevan T.M Oct 2019

Is Ranganathan A Pragmatic Philosopher? Reading The Five Laws Of Library Science In The Light Of Ancient Indian Philosophy, Simjith V, Vasudevan T.M

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Hindu tradition of India is one among the oldest civilizations of the world. Indian philosophy put forward a Universal view which is rooted in Freedom. It always embraces the Eternal nature of this universe. It is these principles that work in the five fundamental laws of Library and information science of S.R. Ranganathan which in turn assures his philosophical and pragmatic nature.


The Role Of Village Libraries To Improve Information Literacy In Rural Communities, Endang Fitriyah Mannan Mrs Oct 2019

The Role Of Village Libraries To Improve Information Literacy In Rural Communities, Endang Fitriyah Mannan Mrs

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Many efforts have been made to improve the quality of Indonesian society through reading habits. Information literacy movements are also carried out in rural areas. The library also took part in this activity. Many components already involved to enhance information literacy, but the results have not been maximized. The purposes of this study are to measure the level of information literacy in rural communities and to investigate the role of libraries to improve information literacy. The method was used quantitative method, whereby spreading questionnaires to the society in the village. The location was taken from three villages in Jombang – East ...


Barriers To Publication: Stories Of Ph.D. Students From Malaysian Universities, Lantip Diat Prasojo Prasojo, Akhmad Habibi, Muhammad Sofwan, Mohd Faiz Mohd Yaakob, Amirul Mukminin, Lia Yuliana Oct 2019

Barriers To Publication: Stories Of Ph.D. Students From Malaysian Universities, Lantip Diat Prasojo Prasojo, Akhmad Habibi, Muhammad Sofwan, Mohd Faiz Mohd Yaakob, Amirul Mukminin, Lia Yuliana

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This study aimed at elaborating barriers to publication perceived by doctoral (Ph.D.) students from Malaysian universities. We interviewed 7 Ph.D. students from 3 Malaysian universities. Besides, we also distributed a survey instrument to 125 participants who attended doctoral programs in 12 Malaysian universities. Thematic analysis was used to analyze the interview data. Meanwhile, descriptive statistics, t-test, and ANOVA were applied for the survey data analysis. Findings revealed some external barriers such as lack of funding for publication fee, lack of funding for professional translators, a response time of the reviewers, negative results of the review, and difficulties in ...


Gender Equality And Sustainable Development Goals: The Role Of The Library And Information Professionals In Nigeria, Olalekan Moses Olayemi, Kemi Jummai Olayemi Oct 2019

Gender Equality And Sustainable Development Goals: The Role Of The Library And Information Professionals In Nigeria, Olalekan Moses Olayemi, Kemi Jummai Olayemi

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Attempts have been made in Nigeria to address the issue of women's right, responsibility with a view to improving the socio-economic and political lots of Nigerian women as a whole. But global indices have steadily placed Nigeria within groups of low performers in terms of gender equality, with opportunities for improvement in a wide range of areas. To address the gender imbalances and respond to the challenges faced by women in the country, efforts must be made by all individuals and professions to address this inequality. The aim of this paper is to uncover the contributions and roles of ...


The Search Activity Of Disaster Mitigation Information Through The Use Of Smartphones In Kersaratu Village, Sidamulih District, Pangandaran Regency, Iriana Bakti, Priyo Subekti, Hanny Hafiar Oct 2019

The Search Activity Of Disaster Mitigation Information Through The Use Of Smartphones In Kersaratu Village, Sidamulih District, Pangandaran Regency, Iriana Bakti, Priyo Subekti, Hanny Hafiar

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The landslide is one of the natural disasters that poses a serious threat in the Kersaratu Village, Sidamulih District, Pangandaran Regency, therefore a serious disaster relief is needed. However, the village has not received disaster mitigation training from related parties, so that most of the community does not understand how to deal with the landslide. For this reason, the village head and his staff and Youth Organization tried to search for information on disaster management using a smartphone, then the results of the search were disseminated to the community. This study aims to obtain an overview of the motivation, objectives ...


Impact Of Social Networking Sites (Sns) On College Students: A Case Study Of Regional Institute Of Paramedical And Nursing Science (Ripans), Aizawl, Esther Lalnunpuii Research Scholar, Manoj Kumar Verma Assistant Professor, R.K. Ngurtinkhuma Professor Oct 2019

Impact Of Social Networking Sites (Sns) On College Students: A Case Study Of Regional Institute Of Paramedical And Nursing Science (Ripans), Aizawl, Esther Lalnunpuii Research Scholar, Manoj Kumar Verma Assistant Professor, R.K. Ngurtinkhuma Professor

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The present study examines the impact of Social Networking Sites on college students of Regional Institute of Paramedical and Nursing (RIPANS), Aizawl. The study focused on the SNSs usage on academic performance, both positive and negative influence, the purpose and problem faced by the students in using SNSs. 150 well-structured questionnaires were distributed to the randomly selected students of RIPANS to find out the impact of using SNSs for their academic performance, out of which 146 students have responded. The collected data is further analyzed and presented in tables followed by charts with interpretation. The findings of the study show ...