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Contemporary Arab Affairs ; 14(1):3-17, 2021.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2197381

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The time of the current Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic will become one of the key moments and a major factor that divides and characterizes epochs of history. The post-Coronavirus world will be very different than before, or you could say that it will be markedly distinct from it in structure and features. In this sense, the Coronavirus moment resembles—or almost resembles—other major moments in the past, which became reference points from a historical perspective. Accordingly, it is similar to developments such as the Fall of the Roman Empire;the launching of the religious reform movement and the religious wars that ensued;the rise of the capitalist order and its expansion around the world;the French and Bolshevik revolutions;the two World Wars, the collapse of the Soviet Union and the Socialist Bloc;and finally the birth of globalization.

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Sociologia & Antropologia ; 11:169-179, 2021.
Article in Portuguese | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2154432

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Em março de 2020 a Organização Mundial da Saúde decretou estado de pandemia por SARS-Cov-2, o que exigiu importantes medidas médicas e sanitarias, bem como posicionamentos e ações políticas com consequências agudas por parte de todos os países atingidos. Johan Goudsblom aborda as epidemias de lepra, peste, sífilis e cólera, discutindo possíveis transformações civilizatórias. Seguindo na mesma linha do autor e adicionando discussões centradas nos conceitos eliasianos de figuração, interdependência, identidade-eu e identidade-nós, esse ensaio traz algumas reflexoes, elaboradas ainda no calor dos acontecimentos, a respeito da sociedade brasileira.Alternate :In March 2020 the World Health Organization declared a state of pandemic by SARS-Cov-2, which required important medical and health measures as well as political stances and actions with acute consequences on the part of all affected countries. Johan Goudsblom addresses the epidemics of leprosy, plague, syphilis, and cholera, discussing possible civilizational changes. Following the same line and adding discussions centered on the Eliasian concepts of figuration, interdependence, I-identity and We-identity, this essay brings some reflections, still elaborated in the heat of the events, concerning Brazilian society.

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Primerjalna Knjizevnost ; 45(3):53-63, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2112119

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Odiseja okoli sveta je bila skupno javno branje Homerjeve Odiseje, objavljeno na portalu YouTube decembra 2020, na vrhuncu pandemije COVID-19. Branje, ki je izhajalo iz širše pobude Reading Greek Tragedy Online in ga je organiziral Center za helenske študije Univerze Harvard, je vključevalo uprizoritve vsake knjige Odiseje s strani študentov, profesorjev, igralcev in laikov iz približno dvajsetih držav. Sodelujoče so spodbujali, da so nastopali v svojem jeziku, lahko pa so uporabljali tudi staro grščino ali kateri koli drug jezik;besedilo so lahko bodisi brali, recitirali, peli ali igrali. Rezultat, ki je še vedno na voljo na spletu, je na kratko opisan v članku. Ko razmišljam o tem dogodku, opažam, da so javna branja in YouTube videi kot žanri in kulturne dejavnosti le redko vključeni v raziskave homerske recepcije. Dogodek Odiseja okrogsveta odlikuje izrazita raznolikost;na ta način se povezuje z aktualnimi razpravami o »klasičnih vedah« kot akademski disciplini in s teorijo multiformnega, diahronega razvoja homerskih pesnitev. Dogodek obenem pokaže tako na prednosti kot na omejitve tehnologije in, kar je najpomembnejše, osvešča nas o razdalji med homerskimi pesmimi kot uprizoritvijo v stari Grčiji in danes prevladujočim načinom, ko jih obravnavamo kot čtivo.Alternate :The Odyssey 'Round the World was a collaborative public reading of Homer's Odyssey published on YouTube in December 2020, at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Comingfrom the larger Reading Greek Tragedy Online initiative and organized by the Harvard University Center for Hellenic Studies, the reading featured performances of every book of the Odyssey by students, faculty, actors and laypersons from about twenty countries. The contributors were encouraged to perform in their own language, but they could also use the Ancient Greek, or any other language;the text could have been read, recited, sung, acted. The result, still available online, is briefly described here. Reflecting on the event I notice that public readings and YouTube videos are, as genres and cultural activities, rarely included in surveys of Homeric reception. The Odyssey 'Round the World event is distinguished by its prominent diversity;in this way, the event connects with current debates on "Classics " as an academic discipline and with the theory of multiform, diachronic development of Homeric poems. The event also demonstrates both advantages and limits of the technology, and, most importantly, it makes us aware of the distance between Homeric poems as performance in ancient Greece and the usual way we deal with them as our reading matter.

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Revista de Psicanalise da Sociedade Psicanalitica de Porto Alegre ; 28(3):601-609, 2021.
Article in Portuguese | APA PsycInfo | ID: covidwho-2111805

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(Portuguese) Na abordagem tematica de O novo mal-estar na civilizagao, o autor, em vez de ocupar-se do novo, debate o tema a partir da invariancia existente no atual cenario que nos cerca. Embora nao seja possivel esquecer que a peste trouxe graves consequencias de varios tipos, ressalta o que nao mudou, a cesura como ponte entre esses estados pre e pds-catastrdficos marcados pela pandemia. Vale-se da parafrase de que ha muito mais continuidade entre a afligao dos dias de hoje e o mal-estar do qual nos falava Freud em 1930 do que a impressionante cesura da Covid-19 permitiria supor. (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2022 APA, all rights reserved) (Spanish) En el abordaje tematico de El nuevo malestar en la cultura, el autor, en lugar de abordar el nuevo, debate el tema a partir de la invariancia existente en el escenario actual que nos rodea. Si bien es imposible olvidar que la peste trajo graves consecuencias de diversa indole, destaca lo que no ha cambiado, la cesura como puente entre estos estados pre y post catastroficos marcados por la pandemia. Utiliza la parafrasis de que hay mucha mas continuidad entre la afliccion de hoy y el malestar del que hablaba Freud en 1930 de lo que la impresionante cesura del Covid-19 nos permitiria suponer. (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2022 APA, all rights reserved)

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Social Sciences (Russian Federation) ; 53(1):4-15, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2056699

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This article examines the main civilizational features of Russia’s development and their role in the modern socio-political transformations of Russian society. These features, according to the author, include the leading role of the state in the implementation of development projects and resource mobilization;uneven socio-political development in time and space (development of society by fits and starts);multiple conflicting tendencies in social dynamics;and periodic change of cultural and geopolitical vectors of development caused by social divisions and cleavages. The author attributes many of these features to the fact that Russia occupies an intermediate geographical, geopolitical and cultural-civilizational position between the Western and Eastern civilizations. The author argues that mere uncritical borrowing and copying of Western political institutions without reconfigurng and adapting them to the conditions of modern Russia will either make these institutions less effective or seriously distort them. He concludes that in developing and implementing socio-political and economic projects, it is essential to take into account both the general civilization features of Russia and the internal Russian regional and local specifics, local socio-cultural norms and traditions, since ignoring them may undermine the main social, cultural and value structures of Russian society. Further, amid today's global socio-political transformations and the numerous challenges associated with them, it is extremely important for successful socio-political development to organically combine traditions with the necessary social innovations. However, as shown in the article, present-day Russia does not have such an organic combination, and this is a serious hindrance to socio-economic and cultural development. This prompts the need to combine centralized planning and the implementation of federal development projects with the initiatives and proposals of local and regional communities, to take into account not only regional and local bureaucratic structures, but also “grassroots” initiatives coming from groups of active citizens and from public organizations, volunteers and so on. The author comes to the conclusion that this is especially important in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the crisis socio-economic and political phenomena it causes. © 2022, Russian Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved.

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Wireless Communications & Mobile Computing (Online) ; 2022, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2020518

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Social media platforms like Twitter have become common tools for disseminating and consuming news because of the ease with which users can get access to and consume it. This paper focuses on the identification of false news and the use of cutting-edge detection methods in the context of news, user, and social levels. Fake news detection taxonomy was proposed in this research. This study examines a variety of cutting-edge methods for spotting false news and discusses their drawbacks. It also explored how to detect and recognize false news, such as credibility-based, time-based, social context-based, and the substance of the news itself. Lastly, the paper examines various datasets used for detecting fake news and proposed an algorithm.

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3rd International Conference on Intelligent Engineering and Management, ICIEM 2022 ; : 624-631, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2018846

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The pandemic crisis has obliterated human existence as we know it, as well as regional, social, and commercial action, as well as compelled human civilization in living inside the defined perimeter. Uses of IoT with ML in health care applications is described in this article. The created ML with IoT dependent observation prototype assists for tracing COVID-19 positive detected persons using prior information and isolates them from non-infected individuals. By anticipating as well as analyzing information with AI, proposed ML-IoT system employs parallel computing to track pandemic sickness and also to avoid pandemic disease. The use of machine learning-dependent IoT for COVID in health conditions diagnose likely to be demonstrated the effectiveness for detection and prevention of CORONAVIRUS transmission. It still effects in better way on lowering preventive expenditures also leds to better treatment for infected individuals. In terms of monitoring and tracking, the recommended technique is 95% accurate. The findings will aid for stopping the pandemic's spread and providing assistance to the healthcare sector. © 2022 IEEE.

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2021 AIChE Annual Meeting ; 2021-November, 2021.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2010724

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Traditional chemical engineering homework and in-class problems are often theoretical or simplified and lack societal context. However, a design made without context may only work for the demographics of the person(s) creating the design and unmarries the work of chemical engineers from the tangible impacts the field has on the world. In these contextless problems, students aren't given the opportunity to consider the positive or negative impact of their design on different demographic groups. Working towards de-centering western civilization, being sensitive to oppressions, integrating more cultural context and ethics into teaching, and reflecting on the role of identity in and outside chemical engineering will encourage critical thinking with an equity lens [1]. In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and anti-Black and anti-Asian racism and violence, institutes of higher learning, which have historically exacerbated systemic inequalities that disproportionately impact minorities and people of color, need to critically rethink and redesign curriculum to be more widely inclusive, accommodating, and thoughtful of social justice. Incorporating context, such as the context in human-centered design or service learning, provides relevancy for students and improves learning, engagement, and increased community engagement [2]-[3]. There are already examples of institutions and faculty incorporating social justice and environmental considerations into their curriculum through human-centered design and service learning and a few who are incorporating context into class examples [4]. However, we have yet to see evidence of incorporating anti-racist and social justice principles in a systematic and curriculum-wide way within a chemical engineering context. Thus, we present an approach to normalize anti-racism and social justice ideals throughout curriculum, rather than presenting them as one-off, disconnected ideas, such that these become virtues students gain and take with them into their professional careers after graduating. Our work is part of a larger effort of the Anti-Racism, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (ARDEI) Committee in the Chemical and Biological Engineering Department at Northwestern University, which is comprised of undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty. The larger goal of the committee is to work together to build and contribute to a Department that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive through actionable ideas that the Department can pursue together to make lasting change in its culture. Collectively we tackled the initiative of incorporating anti-racism and social justice into the undergraduate curriculum. We aimed to find a low-cost, low-barrier-to-entry method for faculty to include anti-racism and social justice into the classroom. Specifically, we advocate for the inclusion of these principles into homework problems and course project designs at all course levels. In order to achieve this goal and get faculty support, we decided to create a bank of example problems, spanning freshmen to senior courses, incorporating critical thinking or example problems with the context of anti-racism and social justice. We subsequently shared these example problems with the faculty and invited them to bring example problems from their courses to a workshop where we help them incorporate these principles into the desired problem. We also aimed to incorporate anti-racism and social justice principles into lectures. For example, in the senior design course, topics of environmental and social justice are worked into lectures along with the term-long process design project, where traditionally economic and technical evaluations were emphasized, now environmental and societal impact evaluations are required for decision making in the feasibility study. Though most faculty are not trained in anti-racism work, we hope to alleviate this challenge and lower the barrier by working with them to create these examples. Additionally, we must carefully manage our work to ensure the anti-racism and social justice ontexts and materials included do not lead to unintentional harm. We hope our work will serve as an example that other institutions can follow to incorporate anti-racism and social justice into the chemical engineering curriculum. However, we importantly note that this should not be the only actions taken by an institution to participate in anti-racism and social justice;otherwise the inclusion of anti-racism into courses will be seen as hypocritical if the institution is not also working towards making more equitable, inclusive, safe learning spaces. This work can be seen as one of many important steps in creating these improved learning spaces and ideally lead to more anti-racist and socially just engineers. © 2021 American Institute of Chemical Engineers. All rights reserved.

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NeuroQuantology ; 20(10):2401-2407, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2010538

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The human-nature interface has come under a critical scanner ever since the ill-effects of exploitation of nature have been the most pressing aspects of life on Earth. The twentieth century biological massacre has resulted in a grim environmental situation today-greenhouse effect, depletion of ozone layer, acid rain, air, water, soil and marine pollution, dwindling natural resources, tsunamis, untimely seasonal changes… the list goes on. The recent onslaught of Covid-19 across the globe has been an alarm waking the entire humanity to the disastrous ways it has trudged on for over centuries. There is an awareness everywhere to revisit the march of civilizations as well as the epistemology and ontological premises of human thoughts, anthropocentric knowledge of the universe, belief systems and values that have been propagated, primarily those which underlay the relationships between humans and the environment. This has led to a shift from mono-disciplinary studies to those of inter and multidisciplinary studies not just in natural sciences and social sciences but in humanities as well. Among such intersections of disciplines to gain a holistic comprehension of the universe at large, the multi-disciplinary field of Ecocriticism to engage in the study of literature from the view points of life sciences is not just interesting but yields aspects of knowledge that was hitherto not seriously deliberated upon. Coming to the fore in 1990’s, the field of ‘Ecocriticism’ actually had its antecedents in the writings of all nature-conscious litterateurs. But as American Scholars like William Rueckert, Rachel Carson, Cheryll Glotfelty,Harold Fromm, Lawrence Buell.Scott Slovic and otherswere the first to define the field, mapping its scope and contoursthereby establishing Ecocriticism as a discipline, its origins are attributed to United States. But there have been traces of eco-consciousness in Indian literature in regional languages across India as well as those written in English. Hence this paper explores aspects of ecocritical perspectives that can be evinced in Indian Fiction in English in general with specific focus on a few recent novels that exclusively delve into most pressing environmental concerns of contemporary times. The paper thereby offers methodology of ecocritical reading per se of literary texts.

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Iranian Journal of Dermatology ; 25(1):53-59, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1988810

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The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, the scale of its damage to all sectors, and its high rate of mortality urgently called all scientists and researchers into action to find solutions that can mitigate its multi-dimensional burden. As of October 1st, 2021, COVID-19 has claimed more than 4.5 million lives and infected more than 200 million individuals. Therefore, every small effort that can positively contribute to the alleviation of the disease and its spread can tremendously help minimize the damage. The application of light as a therapeutic agent has been effective since the beginning of civilization. During the last century, artificial light and its combination with other chemical substances to fight microorganisms have been applied substantially in many domains, such as therapeutics and immunomodulation. In this review, we present the scalable application of light as an antimicrobial and immunomodulatory agent and its potential in fighting COVID-19 and in mitigating its damages by representing the recent developments in this area.

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Revista Brasileira de Estudos Politicos ; 124:207-253, 2022.
Article in English, Portuguese | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1964594

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The article discusses the Labor Law based on the idea of a civilizational crisis. Taking as reference two distinct historical moments in which the civilization of capital was profoundly shaken - the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the neoliberal financial crisis begun in 2008, exacerbed by the COVID-19 pandemic -, it proposes to draw a line that goes from the theoretical genesis of Labor Law as a structural and political necessity of the capitalist mode of production until its sinking, which follows the desperate and contradictory pursuits of the capitalists by new arrangements of accumulation. The text, which has a theoretical nature, takes historical materialism as support and conducts – through a bibliographic review of historical, sociological and philosophical writings – the explanation of the capitalist functionality of Labor Law, focusing on the dependent and peripheral context of Latin American capitalism and proposing hypotheses for a politicotactical recomposition of the legal protection of workers from new marks, appropriate to the tasks that emerge from the contemporary civilizational crisis, marked by the emergence of an ecological dimension. © 2022

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New waves in social psychology ; : 83-94, 2021.
Article in English | APA PsycInfo | ID: covidwho-1958870

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If the COVID-19 pandemic sets the tone for our present condition, it is "only" the last revelator of the failure of modern civilization. The "developed" world is facing, in particular, an unprecedented regressive turn: the profound political, ethical, and civilizational setback that we are seeing and living;the destruction of the human in us. From within this civilizational bankruptcy, this essay strives to project an answer to the question (Beckettian question par excellence): How to continue? How can we orient ourselves in thinking and in life from now on, after the ruin of faith in man, postulated by humanisms? A good guide: the correspondence between Freud and Einstein, Why war? This outlines an anamnesis of the assumptions of all humanism. The human constitutively carries within himself "something" that exceeds him and that, as such, is not human. This excess is inescapable;rather, it requires a "work", the "work of culture, Kulturarbeit," a "care", and a "cure" (the cura sui). Outlining a turnaround movement (retournement) from the bankruptcy of modernity, Freud thus opens the way for what really concerns us: a thought of after-humanism. It is here that we find Lacan's seminar on the "Ethics of Psychoanalysis," built around the figure of Antigone-one that does not give up on his desire, which is faithful to unconditional desire. Civil disobedience. Tragic conception of ethics. This essay makes, by the way, some observations on the state delinquency that is devastating Brazil today. And it leaves a question: How to explain, in a Republic, the unbelievable impunity of a notorious genocide and ecocide placed at the top of the state, openly involved with organized crime? What to conclude from this banality of evil? And the lack of consequent indignation of the so-called progressive forces? This attests to the structural lack, in that "psychic apparatus" called "Brazilian civilization", of a true "work of culture". This lack goes perfectly hand in hand with the obscurantist propensity of global neoliberalism in crisis. (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2022 APA, all rights reserved)

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Journal of Environmental Management & Tourism ; 13(4):1036-1046, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1934686

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This article examines the tourism potential of megalithic civilization and forest coffee from a historical and cultural standpoint. Both have new values, as they provide cultural experiences of Indonesian identity, historical heritage preservation, and local cultural practices. The study investigates the issues of collective value system governance and stakeholder participation using qualitative case studies in determining tourist development success. The study's findings revealed that the program's policy difficulty was incremental rather than transformative innovation. Community groups have linked stakeholder cooperation by acting as innovation champion, liaising with administrative and political leadership, adopting reforms, and creating innovation spaces. Both issues are relevant in terms of governance quality. Organizational changes in the public sector are an important aspect of systematic innovation and entrepreneurship. The topic of values, when approached in a civic-minded iterative manner under collaborative governance, can result in several innovative policies that enable responsible and sustainable tourism development.

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Theory and Practice in Language Studies ; 12(7):1428-1434, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1924780

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-The depletion and drying of river water across India is a growing problem in the contemporary period. The ecologists have raised a huge concern regarding the depletion of river water in India. The drying, depletion, and disappearance of the rivers in India can be traced back to the Indus Valley Civilization. The ecological disturbance on land resulted in the loss of the Saraswati River. Amish Tripathi is a renowned figure in the realm of popular Indian mythological fiction. He has not only re-narrated the mythology of India but has also retold the history and geological reasons for the disappearance of the Saraswati River in his novel The Oath of Vayuputras (2013). The research article views the novel from a deep eco-critical perspective to examine the rationale behind the drying and depletion of the Saraswati River due to the destructive production and disposal of Somras and its toxic waste in the river. The article aims at showing the ecological disturbance in the biosphere which is the result of the progress of the human race towards civilization. The shunning of the eco-centric attitude and the development of a capitalistic attitude in humans towards other living beings have resulted in this disrupted eco-system in the present biosphere.

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Asian Journal of Peacebuilding ; 10(1):107-129, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1912432

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This study illustrates collaborative platforms and diversifying partnerships for South-South and triangular cooperation in development. The English School's pluralism-solidarism spectrum is applied as a tool to explain transformative features of the changing international society in times of crisis. The study focuses on the intermediary pluralist-solidarism phase that shows dynamics of middle power coalitions using nation branding and collaborative governance as key strategies. The transitional phase is exemplified by two approaches. One is the bilateral approach to coalition shown through the case of China, whereas the other is the inclusivemultilateral approach demonstrated through the case of South Korea. Implications are given toward relatively loose networks that have the potential to evolve into platforms with institutional grounds, especially for middle powers seeking opportunities in the new normal.

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European Journal of International Security ; : 20, 2022.
Article in English | English Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1882691

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Evolving official Russian identifications of Georgia amount to a dangerous securitisation of this small neighbour - achieved through a focus not on Georgia itself but on Western engagement in the region. With the long absence of face-to-face diplomatic encounters and contact, the Russian idea of Georgia as a 'Western proxy' has become entrenched. This article advances a social explanation of Russian foreign policy that speaks to geopolitical explanations in foregrounding great power interaction and security by drawing on insights from a discourse-theoretical reading of securitisation theory. It adds value to social explanations by showing how the identification of another political entity can be changed into that of a 'proxy' through its integration into a larger 'radically different other', and how this expansion occurs in interplay with interpretations of physical manifestations of the larger 'radically different other' in the 'proxy'. Finally, it draws attention to the impact of physical encounters on foreign policy in these times of COVID-19, war, and growing isolationism in world affairs.

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Journal of Education in Muslim Societies ; 3(2):1-3, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1871438

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In the special article, Professor Abdelaziz Berghout, the Dean of the International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization of the International Islamic University of Malaysia (IIUM), names AbuSulayman's books and major accomplishments, especially his work during the many years he spent at IIUM on enhancing the integration of Islamic revealed knowledge and human sciences and the Islamization of disciplines. The second article, by Buad Khales, zooms into a case study from Palestine and analyzes the responses of kindergarten students about virtual learning. The books reviewed address pertinent topics to Islamic education, including the curriculum for Islamic studies, the environmental wisdom of the Islamic heritage, educational policy and Muslim identity in conflict areas in the Southern Philippines, and Islamic schools in France and minority integration.

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European Journal of Molecular and Clinical Medicine ; 7(8):3239-3248, 2020.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1849273

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Aim: This study is conducted to know the psychological impact of e learning among the students. Background: From the time of very first beginning of civilization to modern days before corona pandemic situation, most of the students of India are very much used to with the offline mode of learning. But now the situation is changed totally. They are getting themselves adapted to the online mode of learning as per need of time. In this changed scenario they are totally disconnected from their usual life with frames schools teachers and society. This situation wreaks havoc to their psychology. Methodology: This study is conducted with primary data in form of online survey. It was conducted with a pre formed questionnaire. 428 responses were collected for the present study. With advanced Excel software statistical analysis done. Outcomes: Results show that students have shown negative impression on online learning and still they are not ready totally psychologically. Still positive answers show neck to neck result, which signifies increasing interest towards e learning. More practices and awareness required before further implementation.

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Society: Philosophy, History, Culture ; - (4):14-19, 2022.
Article in Russian | Academic Search Complete | ID: covidwho-1836350

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The article analyzes the situation of choosing the historical path of development of the Russian society that has survived the pandemic in the conditions of increasing instability of the world order. The planetary spread of the COVID-19 virus, across national boundaries, has highlighted the strengths and weaknesses of global integration on a global scale and, at the same time, showed the reserves of national solutions to economic and cultural problems in a difficult social situation. The author defines the specifics of the civilizational development of the country, which determines decision-making in the management of social processes. The negative influence of the pro-Western model of civilizational development on strengthening the stability of Russian society has been substantiated. The result of the study is the substantiation of the provision on the crisis of the globalization project, the signs of which are the inability of the world community to ensure intercultural interaction and consolidate in solving problems affecting the interests of all people of the planet (pandemic, poverty, etc.), as well as the refusal to recognize Russian achievements in the fight against COVID-19. (English) [ FROM AUTHOR] В статье дан анализ ситуации выбора исторического пути развития российского обще- ства, пережившего пандемию в условиях нарастания нестабильности мирового порядка. Планетарное рас- пространение вируса COVID-19, осуществлявшееся невзирая на государственные и национальные гра- ницы, высветило сильные и слабые стороны мировой интеграции в глобальном масштабе и одновременно обнаружило резервы для национального решения экономических, политических и культурных проблем в сложной социальной ситуации. Автор описывает специфику современного цивилизационного развития страны, определяющую принятие решений в управлении социальными процессами. Раскрыто негативное влияние прозападной модели цивилизационного развития на укрепление стабильности российского обще- ства. Результатом исследования является обоснование положения о кризисе западного проекта глобали- зации, признаком которого выступает неспособность мирового сообщества обеспечить межкультурное вза- имодействие и консолидироваться в решении проблем, затрагивающих интересы всех людей планеты (пан- демия, бедность и т.д.), а также отказ признания российских достижений в борьбе с COVID-19. (Russian) [ FROM AUTHOR] Copyright of Society: Philosophy, History, Culture is the property of LLC Publishing House 'HORS' and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. This may be abridged. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full . (Copyright applies to all s.)

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J Anal Psychol ; 67(1): 306-316, 2022 02.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1788803

ABSTRACT

'Civilization in Transition' was the theme of the JAP conference in 2021, and also the reality we are facing today, especially amidst the pandemic of COVID-19. From an oriental perspective, within the context of Psychology of the Heart, the author presents his thoughts in this paper, 'Civilization within the heart: the image and meaning of "civilization" and "culture" in Chinese characters'. The meaning of the heart is at the core of Chinese culture, as well as Chinese philosophy and psychology. Most of the basic psychological terms in Chinese characters are formed originally with the images of the heart; even the Chinese character for 'culture' and 'civilization'. C.G. Jung learned Chinese characters, and named them with I Ching symbols as readable archetypes. Today in world affairs we are confronted with highly turbulent and uncertain conditions that threaten any sense of coherent meaning, both personally and collectively. Jung's insights gained from the I Ching and his reflections on analytical psychology are still inspiring us. The images and meaning of the hexagrams which C.G. Jung used: 'Ting' (The Cauldron), 'Bi' (Grace), and 'Chin' (Progress), are the main threads of this paper and presentation, 'Civilization within the Heart', responding to the theme 'Civilization in Transition'.


« La civilisation en transition ¼ est le thème de la conférence du JAP en 2021, et également la réalité à laquelle nous faisons face aujourd'hui, particulièrement avec la pandémie de COVID-19. A partir d'une perspective orientale, dans le contexte de la Psychologie du Cœur, l'auteur présente ses pensées dans cet article « La civilisation à l'intérieur du cœur: l'image et le sens de 'civilisation' et de 'culture' dans les caractères chinois ¼. La signification du cœur est centrale à la culture chinoise, et à la philosophie et la psychologie chinoises. La plupart des termes psychologiques fondamentaux en caractères chinois sont à l'origine formés avec les images du cœur; même ceux pour «culture¼ et pour «civilisation¼. C.G. Jung a appris les caractères chinois, et les a nommés avec les symboles du Yi Jing en tant qu'archétypes lisibles. Aujourd'hui dans les affaires du monde nous sommes confrontés à des conditions hautement turbulentes et incertaines qui menacent toute cohérence de sens, aussi bien au niveau personnel que collectif. Les éclairages de Jung provenant du Yi Jing et ses réflexions sur la psychologie analytique nous inspirent encore. Les images et la signification des hexagrammes que Jung a utilisés: 'Ting' (Le Chaudron), 'Pi' (La grâce), et 'Tsien' (Le Progrès), sont les fils conducteurs principaux de cet article et présentation: « La civilisation à l'intérieur du cœur ¼, pour répondre au thème de « Civilisation en Transition ¼.


'Civilización en Transición' es el tema de la Conferencia del JAP en 2021, y también la realidad que estamos enfrentando hoy, especialmente en medio de la pandemia de COVID-19. Desde una perspectiva oriental, en el contexto de la Psicología del Corazón, el autor ofrece su reflexión en el presente trabajo, 'Civilización en el corazón: la imagen y el sentido de la 'civilización' y la 'cultura' en los caracteres chinos'. El sentido del corazón está al centro de la cultura China, así como también de la psicología y filosofía China. La mayoría de los términos psicológicos básicos en los caracteres chinos están formados originalmente con las imágenes del corazón; aún el signo chino para 'cultura' y 'civilización'. C. G. Jung aprendió los caracteres chinos, y los denominó junto a los símbolos del I Ching como arquetipos legibles. Actualmente, estamos siendo confrontados a nivel mundial con condiciones excesivamente turbulentas e inciertas que amenazan cualquier sentido de coherencia, tanto personal como colectivamente. Las comprensiones que Jung tomó del I Ching y sus reflexiones en la psicología analítica aún hoy nos inspiran. Las imágenes y el sentido de los hexagramas que Jung usó: 'Ting' (El Caldero), 'Bi' (Gracia), y 'Chin' (El Progreso), son las hebras principales de este trabajo y presentación, 'Civilización en el Corazón', respondiendo al tema 'Civilización en Transición'.


'Civilização em Transição' é o tema da conferência do JAP em 2021, e também a realidade que enfrentamos hoje, especialmente em meio à pandemia de COVID-19. De uma perspectiva oriental, dentro do contexto da Psicologia do Coração, o autor apresenta seus pensamentos neste artigo, 'Civilização dentro do coração: a imagem e o significado de "civilização" e "cultura" em caracteres chineses'. O significado do coração está no centro da cultura chinesa, assim como da filosofia e psicologia chinesas. A maioria dos termos psicológicos básicos em caracteres chineses é formado originalmente com as imagens do coração; até mesmo o caractere chinês para "cultura" e "civilização". C.G. Jung aprendeu caracteres chineses e os nomeou com símbolos I Ching como arquétipos legíveis. Hoje, nos assuntos mundiais, somos confrontados com condições altamente turbulentas e incertas que ameaçam qualquer senso de significado coerente, tanto pessoal quanto coletivamente. Os insights de Jung obtidos com o I Ching e suas reflexões sobre psicologia analítica ainda estão nos inspirando. As imagens e o significado dos hexagramas que C.G. Jung usou: 'Ting' (O Caldeirão), 'Bi' (Graça) e 'Chin' (Progresso), são os principais tópicos deste artigo e apresentação, 'Civilização dentro do Coração', para responder ao tema 'Civilização em Transição'.


Subject(s)
COVID-19 , Jungian Theory , China , Civilization , Humans , Psychotherapy
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