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  • Macioti, Maria Immacolata (Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2020-01-03)
    A quick trip to some Mediterranean countries shows significant disparities, situations of inequality, different religious preferences, and struggling minority populations. The dream of a Mediterranean crossroads of cultures, ...
  • Nwafor, Benneth C.; Piranfar, Hosein; Aston, John (Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2020-01-03)
    The purpose of this research is to show the comparison of Resource-based view, Human capital, stakeholder as alternative theories and Balanced Scorecards (BSCs). Resource-Based View (RBV) appears to be limited with narrow ...
  • Coppola, Marianna; Masullo, Giuseppe (Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2020-01-03)
    This paper aims to investigate the ways in which parents relate to the emotional and sexual lives of their adolescent children, considering the changes that occurred in the configuration of current families, at both the ...
  • Garske, Joseph P (Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2020-01-03)
    This paper examines the question of what values might underlie a global regimen of law. It is concerned with the level of culture and learning that could prevail among a future global public. It begins by explaining how ...
  • Ebegbulem, Joseph C. (Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2020-01-03)
    Since 1999, Nigeria has witnessed an uninterrupted democratic experiment with many challenges. With the installation of multi-party democracy in Nigeria, the era of military authoritarian regimes were over as Nigerians ...
  • Țîru, Laurențiu Gabriel; Mohorâta, Mădălina (Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2020-01-03)
    This paper uses a measurement scale to identify the vision of individuals in relation to online recruitment. The main objectives seek to identify what sources of recruitment respondents prefer, whether their opinions are ...
  • Miftari, Alda (Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2020-01-03)
    This paper focuses the attention on the biodiversity of production system of farmers and the social impact in the environment process related on the economy scale. Farmers in Italian regions are growing fast and are ...
  • Zhang, Wei-Bin (Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2020-01-03)
    The purpose of this paper is to study economic growth with family-based microeconomic foundation. It develops a neoclassical growth model of endogenous wealth accumulation and consumption of two-person families. Growth ...
  • Cipriani, Roberto (Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2020-01-03)
    The social community is neither a mosaic nor a sum of different identities but something akin to a new, compound being, characterised by its own genome: the mfDNA. It involves, in particular, a kind of colonisation, the ...
  • Marsonet, Michele (Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2020-01-03)
    What kind of realism - if any - are we allowed to endorse? It is often stated that, in order to provide realism with a solid foundation, we need having recourse to a reality that is totally independent of thought (and let ...
  • Rehberg, Karl-Siegbert; Aliberti, Silvana Mirella (Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2020-01-03)
    The structure of scientific revolutions - if we follow Thomas Kuhn - is characterized by crises of knowledge and chances by changes of paradigm, a term that is mostly outside the natural sciences only used metaphorically. ...
  • Holt, Latasha (Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2020-01-03)
    This article provides a thorough analysis of John Dewey and his theory experimentalism. John Dewey was a leader in education and philosophy of his time. Still today his ideologies have a place in educational curriculums ...

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