First Identification in Forensic Odontology Endorsed by the American Justice: A Brief Story

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Georges Parkman was born in the year 1790. In 1813, he enrolled at Harvard Medical College to study medicine. Webster assassinated Parkman in 1849. Although the latter’s body was never found, his dental prosthesis was later discovered and identified. Webster was arrested and charged with murder. Parkman’s personal dentist examined the dental prostheses and positively identified the prostheses, resulting in Webster’s death sentence. This was the first forensic dental identification case in the United States to be approved by a … Continue reading “First Identification in Forensic Odontology Endorsed by the American Justice: A Brief Story”

The Shaping Power of Monstrosity and Grotsquery in the Post-Apocalyptic Setting of Jeff VanderMeer’s Borne and Dead Astronauts

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The study aims to examine Jeff VanderMeer’s ‘Borne’ and ‘Dead Astronauts’ to describe how the shaping power of monstrosity, weirdness, complexity, and grotesquery in a post-apocalyptic setting can be best appreciated when certain religious tropes are applied to the analysis of the novel’s unfolding events. Biblical tropes can help connect the present situation to a past that otherwise exists as a dead and desolate wasteland devoid of any meaning in the post-apocalyptic settings of the novels mentioned above. The study … Continue reading “The Shaping Power of Monstrosity and Grotsquery in the Post-Apocalyptic Setting of Jeff VanderMeer’s Borne and Dead Astronauts”

A Socio-Legal Study of the Right of Aged People to Live in Dignity

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Modernization and globalization have aided India’s technological advancement, but certain constitutional ideals no longer meet the essence of time and the needs of the elderly to live in dignity. The purpose of this article is to highlight the social and legal issues that elderly people face in terms of living with dignity and deprivation of basic rights. as well as the provisions of India’s Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007 (MWP Act) and its failure to … Continue reading “A Socio-Legal Study of the Right of Aged People to Live in Dignity”

Variation of Ownership Structure and Firm Efficiency: An Empirical Evidence

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Malaysia’s firm ownership structure has shifted as business organizations thrive and the national economy expands. Furthermore, it has changed as a result of the government’s economic transition, industrialization, and privatization policies implemented over the last four decades. Firms with various ownership structures may be said to have varying levels of efficiency. Highly concentrated firms are expected to be more efficient because this type of ownership structure may reduce the conflict of interest that exists between managers and shareholders. Publicly traded … Continue reading “Variation of Ownership Structure and Firm Efficiency: An Empirical Evidence”

Problem-based Learning in Macroeconomics at Tertiary Level in Trinidad and Tobago: Students Speak Out

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This paper presents the perspectives of sixteen undergraduates at Sunshine University, a tertiary institution in Trinidad and Tobago. For the first time, the undergraduates studied Macroeconomics using the Problem-Based Learning (PBL) approach. It is important to note that they were very enthusiastic about learning using the PBL strategy. Furthermore, they were willing to deviate from the traditional instructional method in order to participate in the PBL. The literature in the local context clearly indicated that there is a scarcity of … Continue reading “Problem-based Learning in Macroeconomics at Tertiary Level in Trinidad and Tobago: Students Speak Out”

Study on Aesthetics, Art and Sport: A Perspective towards “Argument from Intertwining”

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Significant Enlightenment philosophers in aesthetics, such as Schopenhauer and Hegel, form the foundation of many of our aesthetic ideas. After briefly unpacking their ideas in this regard, I argue that such philosophers are unable to deal with non-mimetic art, such as abstract painting, and that their views on aesthetics only apply to a subset of the visual arts. In this case, I propose an alternative aesthetics that takes into account artistic advances. Specifically, a metaphorical view of art. Another way … Continue reading “Study on Aesthetics, Art and Sport: A Perspective towards “Argument from Intertwining””

Understanding Motivations and Experiences of Foster Families in Portugal

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Foster care is almost non-existent in the childcare system, and according to scientific research conducted in Portugal, foster care accounts for 2.7 percent of out-of-home care in the country. This study aims to increase public awareness of the care phenomenon by focusing on foster families in particular. This study used a qualitative analytical approach influenced by Grounded Theory. The motivation of foster families is based on altruism, affection for children, and sensitivity to maltreatment. Personal and professional history, as well … Continue reading “Understanding Motivations and Experiences of Foster Families in Portugal”

Alternative Theories in Education for Fostering Creativity for Social and Global Responsibility

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In order to effectively address society’s most pressing needs, it is critical to foster creativity in children and youth toward social and global responsibility and inclusiveness. This article suggests alternative methods for improving creativity teaching and learning. based on humanistic principles and pedagogy for increasing students’ ability to add value to their lives and communities It emphasizes the significance of linking the goals of value creation education to the larger goals of social and global responsibility. The latter is described … Continue reading “Alternative Theories in Education for Fostering Creativity for Social and Global Responsibility”

Estimating the Personality Attributes of Malaysian Youth: Age Differences (15 to 39 years) in Big Five Domains

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In this study, age and gender differences in the Big Five were investigated in Malay-speaking Malaysian youth. (N=1036). The Big Five Inventory (BFI) was completed by participants ranging in age from 15 to 39 years old. Age differences were discovered, indicating that mean levels of Neuroticism are negatively related to age, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, and Extraversion, on the other hand, are positively related to age. Openness to experience had a curvilinear relationship with age, with the highest mean levels for youth … Continue reading “Estimating the Personality Attributes of Malaysian Youth: Age Differences (15 to 39 years) in Big Five Domains”

Impact of Explosive Strength of Lower Limbs on Skating and Running Speed on a 10m Distance in 14 – 15 Years Old ICE Hockey Players: A Recent Study

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The purpose of this research was to see how a specific plyometric exercise program affected skating and running speed in 14 – 15 year old ice hockey players over a 10-meter distance. Speed training is becoming increasingly important as one of the most important factors in improving a hockey player’s technical skills. We included 33 players in the final results (M; 14.7y 0.7; 166.5 cm 7.3; 53.4 kg 6.9), and we eliminated 6 players due to various injuries and absences … Continue reading “Impact of Explosive Strength of Lower Limbs on Skating and Running Speed on a 10m Distance in 14 – 15 Years Old ICE Hockey Players: A Recent Study”