European Scientific Journal

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List of Papers (Total 14,150)

La Création Et La Vénération Des Saints Au Maroc

This article, which is part of social and religious relations, tries to study the sainthood and the cult of saints in Morocco. In order to achieve the objective of this work, we adopt an empirical method, which is based essentially on documentary research. To analyze the cult of saints in Morocco, this article presents, at first, the definitions of the words " sainthood " and " ...

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy and Sports

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) is one of the most common causes of sudden cardiac death (SCD) in athletes. Knowledge of the problem is essential for detection of the disease. According to the current recommendations of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC), in individuals with established HCM disease, including those without phenotypic expression, participation in competitive ...

Placental Malaria Parasitization at Delivery: Experience at a Nigerian Tertiary Hospital

Background: In malaria endemic areas, pregnant women are constantly at risk of repeated malaria infestation which if left untreated, poses a significant threat to the health and survival of the mother and her baby. Objective: This study determined the prevalence and risk factors for placental malaria parasitaemia among parturients at the Federal Medical Centre, Yenagoa, Nigeria. ...

Quantitative Analysis, Distribution and Traditional Management of Pigeon Pea [Cajanus Cajan (L.) Millsp.] Landraces’ Diversity in Southern Benin

Pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.) is an important drought tolerant legume cultivated in the semi-arid regions, mainly in Sub-Saharan Africa. Despites its important potential, the crop is neglected and underutilized in many countries including Benin. In order to develop efficient in-situ strategies conservation, a study was conducted to quantify pigeon pea landrace diversity ...

Comparative Study of Solvent Extraction of Uranium with Alamine 336 and Aliquat 336: Application to the Uranium-Bearing Solutions of Niger Republic

This study focuses on the liquid-liquid extraction of uranium by anionic extractants of Alamine 336 and Aliquat 336. The objective of this study is to determine the parameters allowing the optimization of the extraction percentage of uranium, and other metals such as molybdenum, zirconium and vanadium. The extraction kinetics of uranium is achieved in 2 minutes. Sulfuric acid ...

La Formación Docente: La Metáfora De La Caja Del Formador

This paper focuses on the key training points needed to be a good teacher. Reflecting on the keys and elements of a good praxis often results to the assessment of training processes and the influence of these on good practices. The aim of this study titled “The Trainer’s Box” is to reflect on those elements which gaive specific answers that are adapted to the different objectives, ...

Effect of Technology Based Financial Innovations on Non-Interest Income of Commercial Banks in Kenya

Technology based financial innovation has had a great impact on the financial industry as a whole over the past few decades. It has presented the banking sector with an opportunity to increase the revenue base. This study intended to identify the impact of technology based financial innovation on non-interest income in Kenyan commercial banks. The study investigated how the ...

The Impact of Female Executives’ Proportion on Corporate Performance – Evidence from China’s Garment Industry

With the global appeal on gender equality, female executives’ proportion in corporations has become higher and higher. As an industry closely related to the female, is the corporate performance of the garment industry influenced by female executives’ proportion? This paper attempts to answer this question by empirical testing the impact of female executives’ proportion on the ...

The Effect of Size on Financial Performance of Commercial Banks in Kenya

The question of whether size influences financial performance of commercial banks has not been conclusively settled empirically. The objective of the study was therefore to establish the effect size has on the profitability of commercial banks in Kenya. The study used an unbalanced panel of all commercial banks in Kenya for the ten year period 2007 to 2016 (the number ranged from ...

Legal Framework of European Inland Waterways and Croatian Legislation on Inland Waterways Navigation – Problems of Non-Harmonized Rules

Inland waterway transport, as one of the oldest modes of transport, is still under-used in the European Union. Though it has many advantages over other modes of transport (it is environmentally friendly, cost-saving, energyefficient, safety), it also faces several significant problems. The European Union has recognized the importance of inland waterway transport and has adopted ...

The Romanian Youth’s Contact with the West in the 19th Century: Education, Connections and Political Formation

In the 19th century, Western Europe became a landmark for the future Romanian leaders, and the developed West European countries constituted a model to be followed in terms of state organization. From this point of view, the young Romanians who studied in various cultural and political milieus, such as the French or the German etc., were influenced by the societies of the ...

CSR Trough the Internet: The Case of Italy

The aim of the paper is to analyze the level of acceptance of social responsibility practices in Italy and in particular to evaluate the degree of social responsibility arising from the websites of Italian listed companies. CSR communication contributes to a corporation’s corporate social disclosure, whose main purpose is to enhance a corporate image in order to promote customer ...

Man’s Journey Through Space, Time and Logos. Reflections of Narcissus’ Myth in Solarium by Jordan Zandi

The paper is meant to be a text analysis of the poem Solarium by Jordan Zandi in point of the significance of space, time and logos dimensions. The pragma-stylistic perspective adopted will allow us to identify how Narcissus’ myth is reflected in Zandi’s poem by comparing it to the complex reference text which is Ovid’s Metamorphoses (Book III). Like Narcissus, the poetic voice in ...

The Way How Anthropological Culture Shapes Consumes: An Exploratory Comparative Study

The world today is discovering new forces clashing together and creating new threats and opportunities in terms of Globalization. Because these forces are mainly local, and not only economic, business today must take into consideration all different aspects, usually marginalized features, such as anthropology, traditions, and popular beliefs; weather and geography; religion and ...

Historia De La Universidad Pública Latinoamericana: Una Visión General

This text describes on a synthetic way the history that characterizes the development of public Latin America´s universities. Through an intense literature review three core aspects are identified: enrollment generalization, the growth of private institutions and the politicization within the processes, considered as an essential part of the public universities in the continent. ...

Private Law Issues of Concession and Investment within the Framework of Public-Private Partnership

Concession is one of the forms of public-private partnership. Financial sources, on the other hand, for many public-private partnership projects are generated by private investment. Both concession and investment play a significant role within the public-private partnership. Analysis of the Law of Georgia on Concession with relevant laws of the other countries clearly underlies ...

Effect of Audit Committee Tenure on Financial Reporting Quality of Listed Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria

This study examines the effect of audit committee tenure on financial reporting quality of listed deposit money banks in Nigeria. The study uses panel data obtained from the Nigerian Stock Exchange factbooks and the financial statements of 14 listed deposit money banks over a period of 10 years (2007-2016). The study uses cross sectional and time series research design. Financial ...

Consumer Awareness and Consumer Protection in Hungary

The consumer asserts that his decisions are consistent and rational. He likes to believe this about himself. Based on previous surveys it can be stated that our confidence persists until the assessment of the actual level of our knowledge on consumer protection takes place, e.g. in the form of a test containing 13 substantial questions to measure the actual level of knowledge. This ...

Conflict Management Strategies in Ondo State Tertiary Institutions

This paper investigated conflict management strategies in tertiary institutions in Ondo State. As a descriptive survey, the study population comprised all the staff and the management of three institutions. For the study sample, two hundred and ten was selected by stratified sampling technique. The instrument for data collection was 45 items Likert-type questionnaire tagged ...

Achievement Motivation and Parenting Styles in Promoting Effective Learning Among Secondary School Students in Ondo State

Effective learning among secondary school students in Ondo state has become a source of concern to all well-meaning people in the educational sector hence this study investigated achievement motivation and parenting styles in promoting effective learning among secondary school students in Ondo State. Descriptive survey design was adopted for this study. The sample was made up of ...

Les Formes De Relations Client-Fournisseur: Synthese Des Modeles Et Approches Theoriques

Customer-supplier cooperation is at the heart of industrial concerns, with new market constraints forcing companies to establish stable and lasting relationships with their various partners (Perrotin & Louberu, 1996). This paper focuses on the requirements of the development of inter-firm exchanges in an industrial environment at a micro level. In particular, we will analyze ...

Confronting Occupation with Cultural Stability in Lameece and Jacob’s Food and Fadwa

The following paper demonstrates the life in Palestine and the daily conflicts that take place due to Israeli occupation of the land. Its purpose is to shed the light on the significance of confronting occupation with cultural stability. Through the play Food and Fadwa, we are introduced to a Palestinian family suffering from the ache of occupation. However, Fadwa’s Palestinian ...

Exploring How Emotional Intelligence Contributes to Virtual Teams: Interpretive Analysis of a Phenomenological Study

The use of virtual teams continues to rise due to various factors such as increased pressure from competing forces, globalization, the need for improved efficiency, and technological advances. Despite the various benefits associated with high performing virtual teams, these specialized groups also experience extremely high failure rates. The increased failure can come as a result ...

Quantification De L’erosion Hydrique En Utilisant Le Modèle Rusle Et Déposition Intégrée Dans Un Sig. Cas Du Bassin Versant De L’oued Isly (Maroc Oriental)

In Morocco, hydric erosion is the main factor in soil degradation. It is a dynamic and very complex phenomenon, linked to natural and anthropic factors that are difficult to control in time and space. Land degradation has visible impacts on the environment and hinders economic and social development. The consequences of erosion, both upstream and downstream of watersheds, are ...

Non Political Grassroots Leadership and Sustainable Development in Nigeria: An Analysis of Challenges and Policy Proposals

The paper argued that Nigeria is inundated with rich human and material resources begging to be harvested by purposeful, creative and innovative leadership. Development that is based on the cultural values of the people and takes a bottom-top approach, holds the key to unlocking the development potentials and at the same time resolve the quagmire the country has found itself since ...