Saudi Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (SJHSS) | Volume-5-Issue-05
May 28, 2020
Analysis of Natural Education in America ---By The Glass Castle as an Example
Lei Guo, Zhen Ge
Page Numbers : 253-256
DOI : 10.36348/sjhss.2020.v05i05.002
Along with the advancement of society and technology, education is becoming increasingly indispensable for daily life. Different educational model shapes different children’s character that have a great influence in their life. Understanding is of importance to the transformation of educational ideas and different practices of education. Rousseau was a famous educator and he insisted that children should be educate in the nature without any control. This paper is stimulated by Rousseau’s educational ideas in The Glass Castle and illustrates the enlightenment of China. Besides, it also shows the importance of natural education and family values in one’s life.
Original Research Article
May 30, 2020
Analysis of Influences of Population Increase on Landuse Land Cover Change in Hong Local Government Area, Adamawa State, Nigeria
E. N. Gandapa
Page Numbers : 257-264
DOI : 10.36348/sjhss.2020.v05i05.003
Landuse land cover is subjected to continuous changes due to diverse and fluctuating human activities of the increasing population. The types of data required are landmass, population size, landuse land cover such as agricultural land, built-up area, bare land, water body and vegetation cover, and area covered by each. To determine the influences of population size on changes in agricultural land, built-up area, bare land, water body and vegetation cover the magnitude of each was divided by the population size to determine the per capita. Data on landmass was generated from topographic map; population size from National Population Commission; and landuse land cover and magnitude of each from landsat imageries. The imageries were analyzed using diverse GIS and Remote Sensing techniques. The results indicate magnitude of landuse land cover varied from 11.58%, 6.96%, 1.25% and 19.79% for agricultural land, bare land, built-up area and vegetation cover respectively. Likewise, population size increase by 10.82% while land per capita decreased by 7.74m2 for the period under study. Result of simple correlation between population size and agricultural land, bare land, built-up area, water body and vegetation cover indicate 58%, 35%, 94%, 58% and 19% as percentage of determination. The result indicate with increase in population size by 10.82% leads to increase in density with 69 persons per km2 and land per capita decreased by 14.49m2. The result implies with increase in population size lead to change landuse land cover.
May 30, 2020
Impact of Training and Development on Employee Job Performance in Nigeria
Page Numbers : 265-268
DOI : 10.36348/sjhss.2020.v05i05.004
This study focuses on the impact of training and development on employee’s job performance in Nigeria. Training and development is a critical process, which seeks to improve the performance of workers in an organization. The study defined the concept of staff training and development; it identified stages in organizing staff training and development such as orientation, in service programme, job rotation and in-house training. The study establishes the importance of staff training and development in organizations which include rapid economic development, promotion of political stability and poverty alleviation. The challenges of staff training and development are poor political leadership and poor staff training. In conclusion, training has been invaluable in increasing productivity of organizations. It does not only enhance employees resourcefully, but also provides them with an opportunity to virtually learn their jobs and perform more competently. It is recommended that training programmes of the organization should be on a continuous basis and not only when the organization is confronted with difficulties.
Original Research Article
May 16, 2020
Transparency of Local Government Bureaucracy in Licensing Service in City of Palu, Indonesia
Page Numbers : 247-252
DOI : 10.36348/sjhss.2020.v05i05.001
The research was conducted at the Spatial and Housing Settlement Department, Integrated Licensing Service Board, and the Industry, Trade, Cooperatives and Small Medium Enterprises (UKM). The type of the research is descriptive qualitative by analyzing transparency of local government bureaucracy in serving Building Construction License (IMB) and Trade License (SIUP), seen from standard aspect of service procedure, communication, and bureaucratic behavior.. The results of the research reveal that the transparency of operational standards of Building Construction License (IMB) procedures in the Office of Spatial Planning and Housing has not been implemented properly. The requirements, costs and also the time of the completion of the Building Construction License (IMB) permission have not been listed transparently on the notice board while transparency of operational standard of Trade License (SIUP) procedure in Integrated Licensing Service Agency shows more transparent result because aspect of requirement and time of settlement process have been listed on notice board. In relation to the communication aspect, Building Construction License (IMB) and Trade License (SIUP) services have not been properly executed. Informants from the society complained that they still have not obtained a clear information about the importance of getting those licenses. The pattern of communication or socialization carried out on Building Construction License (IMB) and Trade License (SIUP) is still limited to bureaucracy elements only of district and village. Then, it is forwarded to the society. The culture of local policy which is called Nosarara Nosabatutu internalized in the organizational culture is quite influential on the behavior of government bureaucracy.