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International Journal of Innovation Scientific Research and Review (IJISRR)

ISSN(p): | ISSN(e):2582-6131
Journal Papers (5) Details IJISRR is a Multidisciplinary, Peer-Reviewed, Monthly Publishing
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The first part of the present study traces cultural components of health care issues in the case of patients who indicate Muslim in religion. It starts with a brief reference to Muslim population and the religion of Islam. Then, Islamic concepts on health and disease are presented, followed by a reference to the dress and examination code, as well as the dietary, fasting and medication rules that apply to Muslim patients. It should be noted that the above mentioned information is based on knowledge by acquaintance with the tradition of patients of different religions - especially in today's multicultural society with the global migratory flows- in order more effective health care services to be provided. In the second part, the concept of health is presented and determined as an individual right and social good. The right to health is protected by the Constitution of Greece and the Hellenic Presidential Decree (141/13) for both Greek and foreign patients, respectively, rendering such protection the foundation of human rights.    
2 ECONOMIC GROWTH RATE DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN SOUTH SULAWESI PROVINCE , 1 Fatmawati A. Rahman, 2 W. Kristina Parinsi, 3 Amrullah, 4 *Abdul Karim *Corresponding Author: Abdul Karim, Doctoral Student in Economic Program Universitas Negeri Makassar, Indonesia
The economy in South Sulawesi Province based on the amount of Gross Regional Domestic Product at the valid price for the second quarter of 2020 reached IDR 122.83 trillion and at constant 2010 prices reached IDR 79.81 trillion. The economy in South Sulawesi Province in quarter II-2020 against quarter II-2019 decreased or contracted -3.87 percent. Positive growth was only supported by 8 (eight) business fields, as more business fields contracted. The highest growth was achieved by Information and Communication amounting to 10.48 percent; followed by Electricity and Gas Procurement by 7.91 percent; Education services by 6.65 percent and Real Estate by 4.32 percent. For business fields that experienced a contraction, the majority occurred in business fields that were affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic. The source of economic growth in South Sulawesi Province in the second quarter of 2020 came from the Information and Communication Business Field of 0.73 percent. Followed by Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries by 0.55 percent; Education Services by 0.36 percent, and Real Estate by 0.14 percent. The categories of Transportation and Warehousing are the most dominant business fields in relation to the economic contraction of South Sulawesi Province. From the production side, the highest growth was achieved by the Information and Communication Business Field, which grew by 10.48 percent. Download Your Article  
The challenge of regional development has always been a concern for Togo's public policies. A reading of the historical trajectory of the evolution of this concept through the literature review as well as the data collected by interview since 2014, showed that the successive development plans of the country have always mentioned this concept. As early as 1965, the State created regions and Regional Land Planning and Development Societies with specific skills. These competences were consolidated in the second five-year plan and continued with the third and then in the fourth plan. After a period of lack of development planning, the 4th pillar of the Comprehensive Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper and the Accelerated Growth Strategy for Full Employment, aimed at correcting regional imbalances to help reduce poverty. Today, the effect 10 of the third axis of the National Development Plan focuses on the issue of local development. In order to contribute to the improvement of its implementation, it was important to revisit the old plans to highlight the main results as well as the theoretical and conceptual approaches that guided them. At the conceptual level, strategies based on the export-base model and growth-pole theory are noted.
4 SOCIAL MEDIA USAGE AND ANXIETY AMONG JORDANIAN YOUTH – A SURVEY , Anwar Bani Hani, Rohaya Talib, Ibnatul Jalilah Yusof
Anxiety is contemplated to be one of the critical issues that Jordanian youth suffer from. The study aimed to determine whether there is a relationship between social media and anxiety in Jordanian Youth (JY). A self-administered questionnaire was designed based on social media usage and anxiety. The questionnaire was distributed through an online link because the schools and universities in Jordan are closed in the Covid 19 Era. The study population included 100 individuals belonging to 17–20 age groups. The participants have explained the purpose of the study. They carefully studied the questions, and they marked the corresponding answers. The data were collected and statistically analyzed by using SPSS 25. The results observed that the Jordanian youth use multiple social media sites and increased time, which stressed Jordanian youth's passion for using social media platforms. The highlighted issue here is that of the research problem, where it crystallizes in a sharp increase in this phenomenon of social media and anxiety by Jordanian youth. It is also seen that they get anxious when not viewing these sites, which shows the relation increased social media usage has on anxiety. The study concludes that there is a considerable correlation between social media and anxiety. Addictiveness to social media by Jordanian youth has increased and has a significant effect on mental health to a great extent.
Aim: This research determined the dominant learning styles of first-year computer science students. Study Design: This is descriptive research that employed a purposive sampling technique to select the study participants. Place and Duration of Study: This study determined the dominant learning style preferences of first-year national diploma computer science students of the Federal Polytechnic, Idah, Nigeria for two academic sessions. Methodology: The study conducted a survey, utilising data collected from a total of 283 students, 191 students during the 2017/2018 and 92 students during the 2018/2019 academic sessions. All participants were asked to fill out the Felder-Soloman Index of Learning Style questionnaire (FS-ILS) offline. FS-ILS consists of 44 items distributed into a pair of four dimensions. Results: This study found that the students have preferences for certain learning styles as defined by the Index of Learning Style instrument. The results revealed that the dominant learning styles are: sensing (76.44%, 70.65%), visual (58.12%, 71.74%), and sequential (80.10%, 68.48%) in the two population samples respectively. Furthermore, the thin difference discovered between the reflective learners (63.87%) in the 2017/2018 academic session and active learners (61.96%) in the 2018/2019 academic session means that they can do well as both active and reflective learners. Conclusion: Educating students to understand their learning style enables them to be cognizant of ways to improve their learning, thereby providing them with a more effective teaching process.