Journal of Advances in Education and Philosophy (JAEP)
J Adv Educ Philos
Dr. Sarfraz Aslam
Scholars Middle East Publisher
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“Journal of Advances in Education and Philosophy” ISSN 2523-2223 (Online) & ISSN 2523-2665 (Print) is a Monthly, peer reviewed, open access, Journal published by published by “Scholars Middle East Publishers”, Dubai, UAE. This Journal publishes Original Research Articles, Review, Short Communications, Essays and Case Studies within the whole field of Education and Philosophy their related and applied fields.
Scope of Journal
The scopes of “Journal of Advances in Education and Philosophy” includes all the areas of research activities in all fields of Aesthetics, Epistemology, Ethics, Logic and the Philosophy of Language, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Education, Philosophy of History, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Science, Political and Legal Philosophy, Philosophy of Law, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Mathematics, Logic, Anti-schooling activism, Behavior modification, Board of education, Textbook, Collaborative learning, College, Comparative education, Compulsory education, Continuing education, Curriculum, Department of Education, Developmental Education, Educational technology (the use of electronic educational technology is also called e-learning), Educational animation, Educational philosophies, Educational psychology, Free education, Glossary of education, Grade (education), Homework, Humanistic education, Instructional technology, Language education, Learning, Learning community, Library, Life skills, Lifelong education, List of educators, ethical education, Online learning community, Remedial education, Single-sex education, Socialization, Study skills, Taxonomy of Educational Objectives and all area of Education and Philosophy.
School of Education, Northeast Normal University, Jilin, China 130024
Prof. Dr. Yunus Dogan
Faculty of Education, Dokuz Eylul University 35150 Buca, Izmir/Turkey
Dr. Islam Faisal Bourini
Al Falah University Dubai, UAE
Dr. Sankar Prasad Mohanty
Department of Education Brajrajnagar College (Sambalpur University), Brajraj Nagar-768216, Dist-Jharsuguda, Odisha
Dr. Chuchengfa Gogoi
North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous), Affiliated to Dibrugarh University, Khelmati, Dist.-Lakhimpur, Assam, India,
Prof. Jose Maria G. Pelayo III
Systems Plus College Foundation Angeles City, Philippines
Dr Prem Nath
Professor, Department of Law, Panjab University Chandigarh, India
Dr. Chander Shekhar Singh
Rajdhani College, University Of Delhi, Ring Road, Raja Garden, New Delhi-110015, India.
Dr Milena Palczewska
Vice Dean for student affairs War Studies University, Warsaw, Poland
Professor Gabriela Topa
National University of Distance Education (UNED), Department of Social and Organizational Psychology, UNED, Madrid, Spain.
Dr. Intakhab Alam Khan
Community College, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah-KSA
Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Sidho-Kanho-Birsha University, Purulia, West Bengal, 723104 India
The Impact of the Social Media on the Academic Performance of Secondary School Students in Benin Metropolis
Page Numbers : 334-343
DOI : 10.36348/jaep.2020.v04i07.005
Social media have changed the way people interact and communicate in the world today. This study examines the impact of the social media on the academic Performance of Secondary School Students in Benin Metropolis of Edo State. The descriptive survey method was adopted, the population comprises of all senior secondary school students in Benin Metropolis. Five hundred and seventy five students from twenty three public secondary schools in Benin Metropolis were randomly sampled. The questionnaire was the instrument of data collection. The data were analyzed using frequency counts, mean and standard deviation. The hypotheses were tested using the independent sample t -test. Finding shows amongst others that the secondary school students have access to social media and spend at least five hours daily; and that their exposure to social media is to a high degree. Their exposure to social media has effect on the students’ academic performance positively and that there are dangers in the exposure of secondary school students to the social media. To this end, the study recommends that students should be enlightened to pay minimal attention to social media and use it more for academic activities.
July 12, 2020
The Issue of the Happiness of Human in the “Principles of Philosophy of the Future” of Ludwig Feuerbach
Nguyen Thi Cam Tu
Page Numbers : 329-333
DOI : 10.36348/jaep.2020.v04i07.004
This study focuses on analyzing the issue of the happiness of human in the “Principles of Philosophy of the Future” of Ludwig Feuerbach. This study shows that, the viewpoint of people in the history of philosophy has not yet accurately assessed the basis and origin of people, and has not granted them their basic rights such as being respected, appreciated. Inheriting the progressive views of French Materialism in the eighteenth century and the philosophy of French Enlightenment, Ludwig Feuerbach has made progressive views about the role and respect for people in the work Principles of Philosophy of the Future.
Original Research Article
July 12, 2020
Ho Chi Minh’s thought on Foreign and Its Implications for Vietnam’s Foreign Policy Today
Huynh Tuan Linh
Page Numbers : 324-328
DOI : 10.36348/jaep.2020.v04i07.003
This study focuses on analyzing Ho Chi Minh’s thought on foreign affairs that is a problem very important in Ho Chi Minh’s thought. This study indicated that it was Ho Chi Minh’s flexible but sharp foreign policy that helped the state Democratic Republic of Vietnam, which was born after 1945 maintained its was independence and enlist the help of allied nations and peace-loving forces in the world. This study shows that this thought has great significance for Vietnam’s foreign policy today. That thought has become a valuable lesson for Vietnam when participating in international foreign affairs in the period of globalization of international economic integration.
July 8, 2020
Exploring Writing Instruction in New Media Communication Context from the Perspectives of Multiliteracies Framework
Page Numbers : 318-323
DOI : 10.36348/jaep.2020.v04i07.002
The study designs procedures of EFL writing instruction from the perspective of multiliteracies framework. It provides details of the application of four phases of mulitiliteracies approach. Findings from the follow-up interview showed students’ positive attitude towards this new model of instruction. They demonstrated an active engagement in the learning process and became more responsible for the cooperative multimodal composing task. The multiliteracies approach provides students with experiences of constructing meanings via multiple semiotic resources, which is rewarding for enhancing their multiliteracies competence in authentic communications.
Original Research Article
July 5, 2020
The Relationship between Economic Development and Environmental Issues
Dang Hoang Vu
Page Numbers : 313-317
DOI : 10.36348/jaep.2020.v04i07.001
This study focuses on analyzing the relationship between economic development and environmental issues. This study shows that, in the process of economic development, due to increasing production capacity, exploitation of mineral resources, many toxic emissions have been discharged into the environment, many large cities of Vietnam have been polluted heavy. Based on that situation, the study proposes a solution to reduce environmental pollution in the process of economic development in Vietnam.
June 28, 2020
Career Management for Educational Organization Success; the Human Resources Perspectives
Obeta Mark Uchejeso, Jacqueline Cotton Baguma, Eze Maria Egodi
Page Numbers : 306-312
DOI : 10.36348/jaep.2020.v04i06.011
Career management has come to stay in this era of technological and economic changes in the world, and the way and nature of the career with how people pursue it has changed. Educational organizations therefore, has the need to improve their management so as to achieve better outcome and sustain their continuous competitive advantages over time. Organization assist employees to manage career by establishing different career management programs. Organization may also contribute to career identity by providing abundant opportunities for self-development, advancement and mentoring of their staff to ensure effectiveness and efficiency through career management practices. This paper examines and assess career management practices in educational organizations’ effectiveness and efficiency by reviewing literatures and how it can influence the organization by considering strategies, techniques, needs of individuals and needs of an organization towards educational organization success and performance. This paper shall do justice to career management techniques, principles and components of an effective career management and supports given to various staff to develop their career while working in a given organization.
Original Research Article
June 26, 2020
Assessing Small-Scale Farmers’ Attitudes, Practices and Vulnerability to Pesticides Use in Market Gardening Crops in M’muockngie (South Western Cameroon)
Efuetlancha Ernest Nkemleke
Page Numbers : 295-305
DOI : 10.36348/jaep.2020.v04i06.010
Small-scale farmers’ vulnerability to agropesticides depends largely on their attitudes and practices vis-à-vis these pesticides. This paper hinges on the causes of small-scale farmers’ vulnerability to pesticide use on market garden crops in M’muockngie, South West Region of Cameroon. This study made use of household surveys to identify the origin of pesticide, types, frequency of use and the causes of farmers’ vulnerability to pesticides health effects. Data analysis was at the same time manual and numeric. Findings revealed that, over 56% of small-scale farmers buy chemicals from local agrochemical input dealers. The poor handling of pesticide by small-scale farmers causes diseases like cough, itch, catarrh, nausea/vomiting, and eye redness as over 60% of farmers store pesticides at home which increases the risk of contamination. Chi-Square test results revealed that there was a significant difference between small-scale farmers’ level of education as a cause of their vulnerability to pesticides harmful effects and some hypothesized explanatory variables (p<0.05). Training in pesticides use and the adoption of environmental-smart methods remain the best solution to safe farmers from this danger.