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2022 ◽  
Vol 9 (1) ◽  
pp. 17
Author(s):  
Mardy Handika ◽  
Happy Karlina Marjo

This study aims to describe the ethics of implementing online-based counseling using media and technology during the Covid-19 pandemic. This research method uses literature review by collecting reading materials from various sources with readings, comparing theories and research results regarding the use of technology media in the implementation of counseling, which are then analyzed descriptively. The result of this literature review is that the implementation of guidance and counseling using media and technology provides advantages and disadvantages. The advantages are related to the convenience obtained by BK / Counselor teachers in pre, implementation and post implementation of BK activities related to administration or guidance and counseling services. While the disadvantages are regarding public trust regarding the competence of implementing online counseling and the limitations of the media in its implementation, so that the maximum application of ethics in the implementation of online counseling is needed in order to anticipate the losses incurred.


2022 ◽  
Author(s):  
Brooke Bosley ◽  
Takeria Blunt ◽  
Jihan Sherman ◽  
Brandy Pettijohn ◽  
Britney Johnson ◽  
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2021 ◽  
Vol 4 (4) ◽  
Author(s):  
Aylin Mentiş Köksoy ◽  
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İskender Daşdemir

The 21st-century skills are considered to be needed by individuals in a changing world. The aim of this research study is to determine whether or not the self-efficacy perceptions of students enrolled in the Faculty of Education, the Faculty of Literature, and the Faculty of Nursing (health) pertaining to the 21st-century skills cause any difference among the faculties. The population of the research is comprise of 1,056 students, 841 females and 215 males, at Ege University during the fall semester of the 2018-2019 academic year. “21st Century Skills Self-efficacy Perception” scale, which has 3 subdimensions such as “Learning and Renewal (LR) Skills,” “Life and Career (LC) Skills,” and “Information, Media and Technology (IMT) Skills,” is utilized in the study. The research study is designed in accordance with the causal-comparative model. In the data analysis, independent groups t-test is performed to detect differences in terms of gender, whereas the one-way analysis of variance) techniques are conducted to detect differences in terms of faculties. The margin of error is determined as .05 in the study. No significant difference is detected in the LR skills of university students in terms of the gender variable. It is found that a significant difference exists according to gender in the subdimension of LC skills. No significant difference is observed according to gender variable in the subdimension of IMT skills of university students. According to this result, the LC skills of female students are detected to be higher than that of male students. It is observed that the LR skills of the students in the faculty of education are higher than that of the students in the faculty of health sciences. It is determined that a significant difference exists in the LC skills of university students according to the faculty of education variable. It is determined that the LC skills of the students in both the faculties of education and literature are higher than that of the students in the faculty of health sciences. Furthermore, it is determined that the IMT skills of the students in the faculty of education and the faculty of literature are higher than that of the students in the faculty of health sciences.


2021 ◽  
Vol 22 (3) ◽  
pp. 60-71
Author(s):  
Barak Bouks

Hamas, Hezbollah and The Houthis are terror movements that use sophisticated means of information flow to a general public through TV, radio and New Media channels, while making use of the newest broadcasting equipment, skilled substances and target specific audiences (culminating with western countries). This study will relate through a scrutinization of these terror movements media in specific test cases, to the following hypotheses: These terror movements are guided by Iran as proxies in order to conduct pro-Iranian cognitive warfare. The test cases had proven a use of meticulous planning in broadcasts or New-Media of Hamas, Hezbollah and The Houthis. These broadcasts or New-Media, presented a use of pre-planned targeting of specific substances to designated audiences. There is Irani involvement in the substances and coordination of Hamas, Hezbollah and The Houthis use of media and technology.


In Vietnam, deviant behavior in adolescents is increasingly popular and gradually becomes a major concern of the whole society. The purpose of this study is to identify Factors affecting deviant behavior of Vietnamese adolescents, including: Nature of adolescence (Biology, Intelligence and Cognitive functions) and Nurture (Family atmosphere, Education environment, Media and technology, Peer Pressure, and Religion and Politics). 426 survey samples were collected to serve the data analysis process as well as all hypotheses were examined by using STATISTIC 10 ver., LISREL 8.8 with Covariance Matrix, and LISREL model. This research showed that The Factors of Nature of adolescence, Family atmosphere, Education environment, Social media and technology and Peer pressure could have important effect on behavior of adolescents in Vietnam, even resulted in some deviant behavior. The study makes suggestions to improve morality and foster personality for adolescents in Vietnam, as a small contribution to the country's further development.


2021 ◽  
Vol 3 (4) ◽  
pp. 93-101
Author(s):  
Md. Sozib Hosen ◽  
Mst. Tanna Khatun

This article will focus on the comparative study of the influence of media and technology on rural and urban children to be bilingual and multilingual. The study will also shed light on the importance of bilingualism and multilingualism. TV and YouTube are taken into account as tools of media and technology for implicit language learning. Children of 8-12 years are considered as samples of language learners. Data have been collected from a primary source through a questionnaire and interviews. The result of the research shows that there is a significant impact of watching different kinds of TV/YouTube programs (cartoons, movies, serials, reality shows) which are presented in foreign languages on children to be bilingual and multilingual though the results of the rural and urban area are significantly different. In the study, the researchers have found that children living in municipal area are more bilingual and multilingual compared to children living in rustic area.


2021 ◽  
Vol 6 (16) ◽  
pp. 145-166
Author(s):  
Sare ŞENGÜL ◽  
Mehmet ERÇOBAN ◽  
Leyla ÖZTÜRK ZORA

The purpose of this study is to comparatively examine 2013, 2017 and 2018 secondary school mathematics curricula in terms of 21st century skills. 2013-2017-2018 mathematics course curricula were examined in terms of general features and basic approaches, goals, achievements, learning areas and themes, learning-teaching processes, assessment phase. Document analysis method which is one of the qualitative research designs was used in this study. The data of the study were analyzed with the descriptive analysis technique. The results of the study show that 21st century skills are more explicit, especially in the basis approaches and general features of the 2017 and 2018 program. It has been determined that productivity and accountability skills are not included in the achievements of the curricula, and information, media and technology skills are not included in the measurement and assessment approach. In addition, when the learning outcomes are evaluated in terms of 21st century skills, it has been determined that most of the learning outcomes include indirect explanations for skills and more than one skill at the same time. Also, no explanation for 21st century skills were found in learning domains and themes in any of the curricula examined. With regard to research findings, suggestions were offered for future studies.


2021 ◽  
Vol 13 (22) ◽  
pp. 12471
Author(s):  
Teresa Borges-Tiago ◽  
Sandra Silva ◽  
Sónia Avelar ◽  
João Pedro Couto ◽  
Luíz Mendes-Filho ◽  
...  

Tourism and hospitality actors face an unprecedented challenge in reigniting these industries through digital communication. All past knowledge regarding tourist behavior and preferences has been rendered irrelevant since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and its resulting enforced changes. Several reports have pointed to the existence of a travel sentiment that may be actionable by communication. This work attempts to reveal some of the elements that may compose this travel sentiment. To pursue this aim, an online pilot survey was conducted among those who were regular travelers before the COVID-19 outbreak. The data was used to validate the conceptual model through a partial least squares structural equation model estimation. The findings revealed that travel constraints are the most influential dimension, along with social media and technology usage, in affecting tourist behavior. Thus, in their communication strategy, tourism and hospitality players should reinforce the health- and hygiene-related measures taken, while simultaneously promoting the trustworthiness of the shared information.


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