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  • Authors: Abiriyi, N. (Nathan); Kwasu, K. J. (Katung);

    The present research article examines the myriad ways that the Dikan ritual performance among the Bajju people of Kaduna State, Northern West, Nigeria, is celebrated. The Dikan ritual performance in its current enactment can be gleamed as a cultural space for the remembrance of the essence and cultural identity of the Bajju tribe, in a world under the threat of rapid globalization, socio-cultural, and historical changes; which is made more prevalent by the exerting force of technology, popular culture, and postmodern elements demonstrated through various social media platforms and news outlets. The study begins by highlighting the background of Dikan ritual performance in Kajju from the precolonial to postcolonial Northern Nigeria. It espouses on the nature and structure of this ritual and its relevance to the Bajju people. It then makes recommendations on ways of sustaining this practice, to save it from extinction.

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  • Authors: Yadav, P. K. (Pradip);

    History, though it can be revived, rewritten and altered, always functions as a source of inspiriation and encouragement for the upcoming generations. Although it is prone to be distorted, contrived and re-interpreted by the following generations yet it constantly serves as a guiding light for future generations leading them in right direction without committing the mistakes which the human forefathers had mistakenly committed. History, an umbrella term, incorporates all the facets of traditions, myths and the past of a particular nation or many nations. Intermingling all these elements Julian Barnes's chapter ‘Parenthesis' in A History of the World in 10 ½ Chapters is embellished with various literary techniques as narrating English history, tradition, myth and the past through postmodern narrative strategies. The novel shares many concepts and trends with postmodern skills of writing fiction. Incorporating all the above elements A History of the World in 10 ½ Chapters rigidly confirms to the trend of postmodern fiction. This paper critically evaluates the half chapter entitled ‘Parenthesis' from Barnes's novel, A History of the World in 10 ½ Chapters.

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  • Authors: Govinthasamy, D. (D); Sivakumar, M. V. (M); Anand, J. A. (J);

    This paper attempts to present an assessment of mythology and its significance in human life and Indian culture in Gita Mehta's A River Sutra. It also looks at her utilization of Indian mythology and its symbolic meaning from a sociocultural standpoint. It is a project to investigate her usage of Indian mythology and its symbolic meaning in current culture. She interprets renunciation and self-realization in A River Sutra in a very realistic and practical way. The author's concern for man's eternal desire for existence and survival in modern life is evident in the Narmada story and the narrators of the six stories. She clarifies for misled Westerners and Indians alike that it is the active life of karma, not the passive renunciation, that leads to knowledge and enlightenment. As a result, only action, unselfish activity, may assist man in attaining perfection and excelling in life.

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  • Authors: Miltiqboy, S. (Suyunov); Mamadjanovich, T. I. (Toshmatov);

    This article provides information on a wide and comprehensive study of the legacy of our great thinker Alisher Navoi, the use of architecture in the minds of our people, especially young people, to convey the ideas glorified in his works.

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  • Authors: Hussein, H. N. (Hashem); Rasoul, A. M. (Ali);

    No personality in history like Imam Ali (peace be upon him), received the attention of historians and researchers, and the attention was not limited to his person only, but also extended to his followers and companions. This interest had two sides, the first being positive, reflecting the merit of the Imam and his followers over the Islamic heritage, and the other negative reflecting a viewpoint that adopted this aspect. His women, and in this research we shed light on one of the followers of the Imam, taking from him a model to know the ways that some scholars took to distort the image of the followers and companions of the Imam, peace be upon him, and to drop their argument.

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  • Authors: Marbun, T. (Tiarima);

    This remote classroom action research (CAR) was conducted to improve learning outcomes through CloudX, an application media. The subjects of this study were high school students, XII IPS-3 SMA Negeri 2 Tarakan. They are 33 students, consisting of 12 male students and 21 female students. It was chosen since the students are solid and easy to cooperate. There are many problems in it, but the students are generally more responsive to the teacher. This classroom action research was conducted in two cycles with three teaching meetings in each. Both is designed to improve their learning outcomes using the CloudX. The results of the research prove that through the media can improve the students' learning outcomes, as evidenced by the data in each aspect of observation. The action imlemented has been proved to have a good impact on the learning process. In the learning outcomes aspect, first cycle of meeting 1 showed 63.6% while in the second cycle of meeting 6 it increased to 90.9%% even though there were still 3 students or 9.1% had not achieved minimum completeness and 1 person was never present from the beginning research until the research is completed. Thus, the students who have not completed will be given remedial in a separate meeting in Google Classroom so as to achieve completeness in learning. Thus, learning using the CloudX has been proved to increase the student learning outcomes. It is recommended for teachers to use the CloudX Application in online learning.

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  • Authors: Odiljonovich, M. A. (Mahmudov);

    The article provides information about the events of the historical past, works dedicated to historical figures living in the recent or distant past, portrait compositions, works of Uzbek portrait painters. You can find information about some of the works from the historical past in world literature.

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  • Authors: Bahtiyarovna, S. S. (Samanova);

    The article deals with the analysis of English toponymic phraseological units in the context of their reflection of the picture of the world of the English-speaking society. Its relevance is due to the need to study the cultural factor in the language in the framework of linguistic research. However, toponymic phraseological units are extremely rarely studied, despite the fact that it is the toponym, which is part of the phraseological turnover, that is the linguistic sign that transmits information about the history, traditions, values of the culture of the people to future generations.

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  • Authors: Bhattacharya, S. (Souren); Pal, S. (Subhasree);

    India has the second-largest tribal population after Africa. Most of them are greatly dependent on forests and their produce for their livelihood. Indian Forest Act of 1865 was the first attempt of colonial govt. to assert a monopoly right over forest resources. By the act of 1878, the customary rights of the villagers were denied. In the post-colonial period, the national forest policy of 1952 also asserted the monopoly of the state over the forest in the new brand ‘national interest'. There is a sharp rise in the production of industrial and fuelwood. The blind acceptance of the colonial policy of practice of monoculture and denial of customary rights to the forest dwellers destroys the ecological balance, and make them ecological refugee. There is a shift of policy towards commercial interest and export-oriented forest management. But this strategy shift is invariably against the interest of the tribal community who inhabit forest areas. There is growing use of Minor Forest Produce (MFP) for different purposes but the profits are reaped by processing industries while collectors of MFP would get wages at subsistence level. The loss of control over resources often compels the tribe to use the forest in an unsustainable Fashion leading to an alienation of man and forest. This paper spotlights how do the exogenous changes in different forested areas badly hamper allocation of food, fuel, fodder, medicine and even ritual rights of the tribal community and their relation with the forest.

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  • Authors: Suanmonta, T. (Tawanchai);

    This academic article aims to 1) study the history of the national marching band contest; 2) the development of the national marching band contest. The results showed that National Marching Band Contest has been held from 1982 until the present. The contest in the early age from 1982 to 1993 is divided into three categories: Category A, Men, Category B, Men and Women, Category C, Women. The winning marching band will receive a royal trophy. In addition, the marching band has to play three songs at the Supachalasai Stadium: royal song (Rama IX), Thai Thao song or Prelude song, and a selected song according to preference, continuing with the march music: sports ground music, and Thai Military Bank (TMB) song which is a compulsory one. The marching band contest has been developed because the contest management activity is an important factor in the development of standards for marching bands to grow rapidly at the national level from an early age to the present.

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  • Authors: Abiriyi, N. (Nathan); Kwasu, K. J. (Katung);

    The present research article examines the myriad ways that the Dikan ritual performance among the Bajju people of Kaduna State, Northern West, Nigeria, is celebrated. The Dikan ritual performance in its current enactment can be gleamed as a cultural space for the remembrance of the essence and cultural identity of the Bajju tribe, in a world under the threat of rapid globalization, socio-cultural, and historical changes; which is made more prevalent by the exerting force of technology, popular culture, and postmodern elements demonstrated through various social media platforms and news outlets. The study begins by highlighting the background of Dikan ritual performance in Kajju from the precolonial to postcolonial Northern Nigeria. It espouses on the nature and structure of this ritual and its relevance to the Bajju people. It then makes recommendations on ways of sustaining this practice, to save it from extinction.

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  • Authors: Yadav, P. K. (Pradip);

    History, though it can be revived, rewritten and altered, always functions as a source of inspiriation and encouragement for the upcoming generations. Although it is prone to be distorted, contrived and re-interpreted by the following generations yet it constantly serves as a guiding light for future generations leading them in right direction without committing the mistakes which the human forefathers had mistakenly committed. History, an umbrella term, incorporates all the facets of traditions, myths and the past of a particular nation or many nations. Intermingling all these elements Julian Barnes's chapter ‘Parenthesis' in A History of the World in 10 ½ Chapters is embellished with various literary techniques as narrating English history, tradition, myth and the past through postmodern narrative strategies. The novel shares many concepts and trends with postmodern skills of writing fiction. Incorporating all the above elements A History of the World in 10 ½ Chapters rigidly confirms to the trend of postmodern fiction. This paper critically evaluates the half chapter entitled ‘Parenthesis' from Barnes's novel, A History of the World in 10 ½ Chapters.

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  • Authors: Govinthasamy, D. (D); Sivakumar, M. V. (M); Anand, J. A. (J);

    This paper attempts to present an assessment of mythology and its significance in human life and Indian culture in Gita Mehta's A River Sutra. It also looks at her utilization of Indian mythology and its symbolic meaning from a sociocultural standpoint. It is a project to investigate her usage of Indian mythology and its symbolic meaning in current culture. She interprets renunciation and self-realization in A River Sutra in a very realistic and practical way. The author's concern for man's eternal desire for existence and survival in modern life is evident in the Narmada story and the narrators of the six stories. She clarifies for misled Westerners and Indians alike that it is the active life of karma, not the passive renunciation, that leads to knowledge and enlightenment. As a result, only action, unselfish activity, may assist man in attaining perfection and excelling in life.

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  • Authors: Miltiqboy, S. (Suyunov); Mamadjanovich, T. I. (Toshmatov);

    This article provides information on a wide and comprehensive study of the legacy of our great thinker Alisher Navoi, the use of architecture in the minds of our people, especially young people, to convey the ideas glorified in his works.

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  • Authors: Hussein, H. N. (Hashem); Rasoul, A. M. (Ali);

    No personality in history like Imam Ali (peace be upon him), received the attention of historians and researchers, and the attention was not limited to his person only, but also extended to his followers and companions. This interest had two sides, the first being positive, reflecting the merit of the Imam and his followers over the Islamic heritage, and the other negative reflecting a viewpoint that adopted this aspect. His women, and in this research we shed light on one of the followers of the Imam, taking from him a model to know the ways that some scholars took to distort the image of the followers and companions of the Imam, peace be upon him, and to drop their argument.

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  • Authors: Marbun, T. (Tiarima);

    This remote classroom action research (CAR) was conducted to improve learning outcomes through CloudX, an application media. The subjects of this study were high school students, XII IPS-3 SMA Negeri 2 Tarakan. They are 33 students, consisting of 12 male students and 21 female students. It was chosen since the students are solid and easy to cooperate. There are many problems in it, but the students are generally more responsive to the teacher. This classroom action research was conducted in two cycles with three teaching meetings in each. Both is designed to improve their learning outcomes using the CloudX. The results of the research prove that through the media can improve the students' learning outcomes, as evidenced by the data in each aspect of observation. The action imlemented has been proved to have a good impact on the learning process. In the learning outcomes aspect, first cycle of meeting 1 showed 63.6% while in the second cycle of meeting 6 it increased to 90.9%% even though there were still 3 students or 9.1% had not achieved minimum completeness and 1 person was never present from the beginning research until the research is completed. Thus, the students who have not completed will be given remedial in a separate meeting in Google Classroom so as to achieve completeness in learning. Thus, learning using the CloudX has been proved to increase the student learning outcomes. It is recommended for teachers to use the CloudX Application in online learning.

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  • Authors: Odiljonovich, M. A. (Mahmudov);

    The article provides information about the events of the historical past, works dedicated to historical figures living in the recent or distant past, portrait compositions, works of Uzbek portrait painters. You can find information about some of the works from the historical past in world literature.

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  • Authors: Bahtiyarovna, S. S. (Samanova);

    The article deals with the analysis of English toponymic phraseological units in the context of their reflection of the picture of the world of the English-speaking society. Its relevance is due to the need to study the cultural factor in the language in the framework of linguistic research. However, toponymic phraseological units are extremely rarely studied, despite the fact that it is the toponym, which is part of the phraseological turnover, that is the linguistic sign that transmits information about the history, traditions, values of the culture of the people to future generations.

    0
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    influenceAverage
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  • Authors: Bhattacharya, S. (Souren); Pal, S. (Subhasree);

    India has the second-largest tribal population after Africa. Most of them are greatly dependent on forests and their produce for their livelihood. Indian Forest Act of 1865 was the first attempt of colonial govt. to assert a monopoly right over forest resources. By the act of 1878, the customary rights of the villagers were denied. In the post-colonial period, the national forest policy of 1952 also asserted the monopoly of the state over the forest in the new brand ‘national interest'. There is a sharp rise in the production of industrial and fuelwood. The blind acceptance of the colonial policy of practice of monoculture and denial of customary rights to the forest dwellers destroys the ecological balance, and make them ecological refugee. There is a shift of policy towards commercial interest and export-oriented forest management. But this strategy shift is invariably against the interest of the tribal community who inhabit forest areas. There is growing use of Minor Forest Produce (MFP) for different purposes but the profits are reaped by processing industries while collectors of MFP would get wages at subsistence level. The loss of control over resources often compels the tribe to use the forest in an unsustainable Fashion leading to an alienation of man and forest. This paper spotlights how do the exogenous changes in different forested areas badly hamper allocation of food, fuel, fodder, medicine and even ritual rights of the tribal community and their relation with the forest.

    0
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    influenceAverage
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  • Authors: Suanmonta, T. (Tawanchai);

    This academic article aims to 1) study the history of the national marching band contest; 2) the development of the national marching band contest. The results showed that National Marching Band Contest has been held from 1982 until the present. The contest in the early age from 1982 to 1993 is divided into three categories: Category A, Men, Category B, Men and Women, Category C, Women. The winning marching band will receive a royal trophy. In addition, the marching band has to play three songs at the Supachalasai Stadium: royal song (Rama IX), Thai Thao song or Prelude song, and a selected song according to preference, continuing with the march music: sports ground music, and Thai Military Bank (TMB) song which is a compulsory one. The marching band contest has been developed because the contest management activity is an important factor in the development of standards for marching bands to grow rapidly at the national level from an early age to the present.

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