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Oct 20, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Museum Public Services from the Cultural Tourism Perspective: A Comparative Study on Shanghai Museum and Hamburg Museum of History

Wenjie Shi, Yuhan Zhou, Xiaofei Rao
The in-depth integration of culture and tourism in the 21st century has brought great opportunities and brand-new challenges to the advancement of museums. Taking Shanghai Museum and Hamburg Museum of History as examples, this paper explored how these museums, as one of the most traditional modes of cultural tourism integration, innovated public services concept and applied service marketing strategies in the differing Chinese and German cultural contexts through official website comparison and ...
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Sep 25, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Choice of Livelihood Strategies and Its Determinants in Pastoralist Area of Bale Zone: The Case of Sawena District, Oromia, South East Ethiopia

Mesfin Bekele Gebbisa, Gemachu Mulatu
The carrying capacity of pure pastoralist livelihood strategies only to attain food and livelihood security is extremely declining from time to time. Diversifying livelihood strategies at current time become a standard phenomenon within the study area. The general objectives of this study are, therefore, to characterize the existing livelihood strategies adopted by pastoral households and its determinants in the Sawena district, Oromia National Regional State, Southeast Ethiopia. To examine this...
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Aug 26, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Sectorial Contributions of Non-Oil Revenue to Economic Growth in Nigeria

Samson Oluwole Olowo, Kehinde Omolade Daramola, Odunayo Femi Ogunsanwo, Damilola Gabriel Edewusi
The study examined the sectorial contributions of non-oil revenue to economic growth in Nigeria from 1981 to 2018 with the aim of examining the effects of environmental, information and communication technology and financial sectors’ revenue to economic growth in Nigeria. Autoregressive distributed lag model was the main estimation technique applied. The time series data for the study on environmental sector revenue, information and communication technology sector revenue, financial sector reven...
Open Access Library J. Vol.7, 2020

Aug 26, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Research on the Problems and Solutions of “Street-Stall Economy”

Xuewei Yu, Hongyu Pan
“Street-stall economy” has become a hot word in all fields of society. A sudden outbreak of new crown pneumonia has brought many challenges and difficulties to people, but also provided opportunities for the development of some fields. “Street-stall economy” is not a new thing. It is the product of historical development, and has a strong historical background. At this stage, “street-stall economy” returns to the public view and becomes a field of interest, which is very beneficial to social dev...
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Aug 13, 2020Open    AccessArticle

The Artistic Conception and Expression of “Zen Tea” —Special Research on the Landscape Beautification Plan of Chengdu Shouxin·Red Star International Plaza

Jiangfei Du
The traditional Chinese Zen tea culture has been continuously accumulated in the long history of thousands of years, and the philosophical thoughts, value orientation and aesthetic psychology contained in it have exerted a profound influence on us. This article starts with a special research on the landscape beautification plan of Chengdu Shouxin·Red Star International Plaza, explores the application of Zen tea philosophy in the external landscape of a modern commercial complex, and grasps the b...
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Jul 10, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Linking Climate Change, Pollinators and Cereal Yields in Kenya

Obed Nyangena, Victor Kidake Senelwa, Rachel Ngesa
Climate change episodes are increasingly complicating resource use, access and management in the majority of the developing countries. Parasitic weeds and crop diseases are hurting annual cereal yields. Application of agrochemicals to contain locusts, birds and insects that destroy produce have the propensity to kill pollinators such as bees. Essentially, pollinators play a critical role in ensuring ecological sustainability and food security. The study uses long-term historical data (1961 and 2...
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May 19, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Causal Relationship between Industrial Action and Economic Growth in Nigeria

Lydia Bose Jolayemi, Osuolale Fatomilola
The paper examines the direction of causality between industrial action and economic growth in Nigeria over the period 1986-2018 using endogenous growth model. This was with the view to determining whether or not man- day-lost to industrial crisis in the country through high numbers of industrial action Granger caused economic growth in Nigeria. Annual time series data such as man-day-lost, Gross Domestic Product, Consumer Price Index, Labour Force Participation and Gross Capital Formation were ...
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Mar 11, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Deceptive Advertising and Consumer Reaction: A Study of Delta Soap Advertisement

Raymond Chimezie Ukaegbu
Deceptive advertisement is one of the conventional approaches that unethical business organizations seek to increase their product demand. Deceptive advertisement through the media has been on the rise, which is detrimental to both the companies and the consumers. The researcher ran a survey using the case of Delta Soap advertisement to assess how it influences consumer demand and organization reputation. There was a unanimous agreement from the study participants that false marketing strategies...
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Feb 25, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Research on Intercultural Communication Competence of Freshmen Majoring in Business English—A Case Study of Sichuan University of Arts and Science

Wei He
Currently, intercultural communication competence is considered as an important topic for many professors and college students. In other words, the way of acquiring intercultural communication competence has become the focus in recent academic papers. This paper conducts a survey in Sichuan University of Arts and Science, involving 82 freshmen majoring in Business English. By the combination of qualitative and quantitative analysis, this paper is to discuss the
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Feb 17, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Political Economy of Higher Education: Research and Science in Contemporary Brazil

Joao dos Reis Silva Júnior, Everton Henrique Eleuterio Fargoni
This article discusses how the economic forces since the Brazilian State Apparatus Reform structure higher education policies and, consequently, how they order the form of science production in Brazil. With the reduction of the State in the Public Sphere, Public Higher Education in Brazil started to be guided by economic activities, so the structuring policies for knowledge production also began to accompany such a milestone of change in the logic of work and r
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