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Author(s):  
Reni Umilasari ◽  
Ilanka Cahya Dewi

The Covid-19 pandemic causes the number of unemployed to increase in 2020. The National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas) stated that the unemployment rate is expected to increase by 4 million to 5.5 million in 2020 and around 7.7 percent to 9.1 percent in 2021. This of course has an impact on the economic condition and welfare of the community. One of the efforts that can be made to prevent and reduce the unemployment rate is by creating new jobs, so that efforts to increase the creative economy must always be carried out to support the formation of new jobs. Increasing the quality of human resources, efforts to increase the creative economy can be done. In this Stimulus Community Partnership Program (PKMSS) activity, a concrete manifestation of increasing skills and knowledge can be done by providing training on making decorative flowers made from fruit wrapping / sarong waste and food bags to PKK RT 003 RW 030 women in Langon Hamlet, Ambulu Village District Ambulu. In addition, marketing activities through social media or market places will also be given special training. The objectives of this PKMSS activity include: (1) Increasing the knowledge and skills of the community in waste management that are commonly encountered on a daily basis; (2) reducing the amount of waste for fruit wrappers and food bags; (3) Creating new business opportunities, especially for PKK RT 003 RW 030 women in Langon Hamlet, Ambulu District. Quoting data from CupoNation Indonesia, domestic e-commerce platforms still control the number of website visitors throughout 2019 even though several international online shopping sites are also included in the ranks of the e-commerce market in Indonesia. Therefore, digital-based marketing training through social media or e-commerce needs to be given to expand product marketing.


2021 ◽  
Vol 11 (1) ◽  
Author(s):  
Tommaso Radicioni ◽  
Fabio Saracco ◽  
Elena Pavan ◽  
Tiziano Squartini

AbstractSocial media play a key role in shaping citizens’ political opinion. According to the Eurobarometer, the percentage of EU citizens employing online social networks on a daily basis has increased from 18% in 2010 to 48% in 2019. The entwinement between social media and the unfolding of political dynamics has motivated the interest of researchers for the analysis of users online behavior—with particular emphasis on group polarization during debates and echo-chambers formation. In this context, semantic aspects have remained largely under-explored. In this paper, we aim at filling this gap by adopting a two-steps approach. First, we identify the discursive communities animating the political debate in the run up of the 2018 Italian Elections as groups of users with a significantly-similar retweeting behavior. Second, we study the mechanisms that shape their internal discussions by monitoring, on a daily basis, the structural evolution of the semantic networks they induce. Above and beyond specifying the semantic peculiarities of the Italian electoral competition, our approach innovates studies of online political discussions in two main ways. On the one hand, it grounds semantic analysis within users’ behaviors by implementing a method, rooted in statistical theory, that guarantees that our inference of socio-semantic structures is not biased by any unsupported assumption about missing information; on the other, it is completely automated as it does not rest upon any manual labelling (either based on the users’ features or on their sharing patterns). These elements make our method applicable to any Twitter discussion regardless of the language or the topic addressed.


Muzealnictwo ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 62 ◽  
pp. 115-127
Author(s):  
Żaneta Gwardzińska

The discussed issue relates to one of the legal aspects of the operations of open-air museums, namely them running agricultural activity. The specificity of this group of museums and their character make them not only museums in the understanding of the Act on Museums of 21 November 1996, but also farms to which regulations of broadly conceived agricultural law apply. What is more, the animals raised at museums require regular veterinary care, and its provision should be secured by the institutions’ directors. These are all questions that do not stem directly from the Act on Museums, hence, among others, numerous problems faced by museum curators. The paper is accompanied by tables and diagrams containing the results of a survey conducted by the Author among curators from open-air museums meant to display the legal challenges they have to face on a daily basis in their works. The paper constitutes a pioneer study of these problems, since they have not as yet been analysed in Polish literature.


Entropy ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 23 (6) ◽  
pp. 786
Author(s):  
António Casa Nova ◽  
Paulo Ferreira ◽  
Dora Almeida ◽  
Andreia Dionísio ◽  
Derick Quintino

In this research work, we propose to assess the dynamic correlation between different mobility indices, measured on a daily basis, and the new cases of COVID-19 in the different Portuguese districts. The analysis is based on global correlation measures, which capture linear and non-linear relationships in time series, in a robust and dynamic way, in a period without significant changes of non-pharmacological measures. The results show that mobility in retail and recreation, grocery and pharmacy, and public transport shows a higher correlation with new COVID-19 cases than mobility in parks, workplaces or residences. It should also be noted that this relationship is lower in districts with lower population density, which leads to the need for differentiated confinement policies in order to minimize the impacts of a terrible economic and social crisis.


Coatings ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 11 (6) ◽  
pp. 739
Author(s):  
Sara Felicitas Bröskamp ◽  
Gerhard Franz ◽  
Dieter Jocham

Ureteral balloon catheters and ureteral stents are implanted in large quantities on a daily basis. They are the suspected cause for about a quarter of all the nosocomial infections, which lead to approx. 20,000 deaths in Germany alone. To fight these infections, catheters should be made antibacterial. A technique for an antibacterial coating of catheters exhibiting an aspect ratio of up to 200 consists of a thin silver layer, which is deposited out of an aqueous solution, which is followed by a second step: chemical vapor deposition (CVD) of an organic polymeric film, which moderates the release rate of silver ions. The main concern of the second step is the longitudinal evenness of the film. For tubes with one opening as balloon catheters, this issue can be solved by applying a descendent temperature gradient from the opening to the end of the catheter. An alternative procedure can be applied to commercially available ureteral stents, which exhibit small drainage openings in their middle. The same CVD as before leads to a longitudinal homogeneity of about ±10%—at very low costs. This deposition can be modeled using viscous flow.


Author(s):  
Vishal Patil

Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are commonly using in healthcare organizations worldwide. There are different kinds of healthcare applications developed in android Smartphone’s which help patients and their caregivers to reduce time and cost efficiency. Hospitals are the largest and most complex organizations where health care is provided. Safe and effective patient care services in hospitals depend on the efficient decisions made by hospital executives. The main task of hospital executives is to ensure the hospital can provide high quality patient care and services. This Android application used for displaying hospital performance metrics on a daily basis. This application allows hospital executives to review and monitor hospital operational data with ease of access and in a portable manner. Thus, reducing the effort of the hospital executives to perform their tasks. In this research work, an application is developed that locates the nearest hospital. The System is designed for Any Hospital to replace their existing manual, paper-based system. The new system is to control the following information; List of Hospitals, bed availability, Book Appointment, List of Doctors, Facilities and Book Ambulance. With the help of this application, a patient can find the nearest hospital according to specialized consultant availability.


2021 ◽  
Vol 5 (1) ◽  
pp. 24-33
Author(s):  
Muthukumarasamy Ranganathan ◽  
Bagyaraj M. ◽  
Mukesh M. ◽  
Zubairul Islam ◽  
Daniel Tekley Gebremedhin ◽  
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Groundwater is the most valuable treasury commodity in the world, yet it is depleted on a daily basis. Hand arrangement is crucial in assembly for delineating a potential groundwater zones. Geographic Information System (GIS) and Remote Sensing (RS) data with Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) approach have proven critical for micro level analysis of groundwater potentials. This exploration was authorized in order to locate a prospective groundwater area in the Virutachalam Taluk of Southern India. The Inverse Distance Weightage (IDW) technique was used to determine the groundwater potential precinct by thematic layers of drainage, drainage density, geology, lineament, lineament density, geomorphology, soil, and slopes. Overall, the prospective groundwater zone in the study area was classified as excellent (20.66 %), good (60.29 %), moderate (16.38 %) and poor (2.73 %). This optional analysis offers an excellent possible groundwater zone for patches in the northern and central sections of Kotteri and Kammapuram in Virudhachalam Taluk. The survey revealed that the approach of inverse distance weighting provides an operating mechanism for suggesting groundwater potential zones for clear expansion and groundwater control in not the same hydro-geological settings.


This paper examines the significance of disability in Arab British novelist Selma Dabbagh’s Out of It (2011). It underscores how disability engenders an identity transformation that Sabri Mujahed undergoes in the novel. The study highlights how disability triggers resistance strategies to the oppressive socio-political norms and occupying powers. The paper also draws attention to the psychological and socio-cultural impacts of disability on the life of Sabri Mujahed. Sabri turns his skills toward a great mission of writing the history of Palestinian resistance and exposing aggressive Israeli policies. The process of writing itself has a therapeutic effect that helps Sabri overcome his disability and channel his mental powers to a greater cause. Taking into consideration disability studies’ tendency to provide a fresh approach to understand a disabled character’s inner world, this paper employs disability studies as a theoretical and critical framework in light of which the novel is analyzed. The paper also foregrounds the socio-political, cultural and historical conditions and circumstances that Palestinians in Gaza experience and undergo. In this context, continuous Israeli military attacks, a stifling blockade and internal factional conflicts are some of the challenges that people in Gaza, including disabled Sabri, have to cope with on daily basis.


Author(s):  
Kiran Jadhav ◽  
Smita Kolhe ◽  
Milind Nande ◽  
Ajay Khanvilkar ◽  
Aakash Doiphode

This cross-sectional study was conducted to explore the extent of use of mobile based ICT tools by dairy farmers and constraints faced by them while its use. Respondents were randomly selected from two districts of western Maharashtra namely Satara and Pune and study was undertaken during June – November, 2020. A total of 120 respondents (60 each from Satara and Pune districts) were randomly selected and interviewed with the help of structured schedule. Analysis of data was done and frequency and percentage were calculated accordingly. Almost all the variables studied like age group (68.32%), family size (39.17%), land holding (48.33%), herd size (45.00%), experience (69.17%), social participation (75.84%), extension contacts (70.00%) and knowledge level (72.50%) could be grouped under medium level. Dairy farmers were mostly aware about voice calls (90.83%), whatsapp (82.50%) and financial apps for e-transaction (65%). However, they were totally unaware about use of Twitter, Skype, Instagram, Bluetooth and GIS applications. Similarly, most of the respondents never used video calls (73.34%), SMS facility (70.84%), and mobile for taking photographs (64.16%) related to dairy farming. Whats app found to be used on daily basis, and mobile based ICT tools were used primarily for social purposes with less involvement for its use in order to improve dairy farming activities. Major constraints faced by dairy farmers were unavailability of relevant information in local language, lack of reliable, useful and location specific contents, lack of repairing services and centers in the village. Based on the observations, it is concluded that actual utilization of mobile based ITC tools by dairy farmers is poor in terms of its use for the purpose of dairy related activities. There is need to popularized use of mobile based ICT tools and impart competence and skills in its use among the dairy farmers.


Author(s):  
Suzanna Ivanič

Prague in the seventeenth century is known as having been home to a scintillating imperial court crammed with exotic goods, scientists, and artisans, receiving ambassadors from as far away as Persia; and as a city suffering plagues, riots, and devastating military attacks. But Prague was also the setting for a complex and shifting spiritual world. At the beginning of the century it was a multiconfessional city, but by 1700 it represented one of the most archetypical Catholic cities in Europe. Through a material approach, this book pieces together how early modern men and women experienced this transformation on a daily basis. The book presents a bold alternative understanding of the history of early modern religion in Central Europe. The history of religion in the early modern period has overwhelmingly been analysed through a confessional lens, but this analysis shows how Prague burghers’ spiritual worlds were embedded in their natural environment and social relations as much as, if not more than, in confessional identity in the seventeenth century. While texts in this period trace emerging discourses around notions of religion, superstition, and magic, and what it was to be Catholic or Protestant, a material approach avoids these category mistakes being applied to everyday practice. It is through a rich seam of material evidence in Prague—spoons, glass beakers, and amulets, as much as traditional devotional objects like rosaries and garnet-encrusted crucifixes—that everyday beliefs, practices, and identities can be recovered.


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