Topic Review
COVID-19 and Labour Force Gender Disparities
Historically, the participation of women in the labour force has been lower than that of men. The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has widened this labour force participation gap.
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  • 17 May 2022
Topic Review
Role Stress in Judges
Judges are the central actors in the organization and functioning of the judicial system. The judges’ role has undergone changes, with the role of manager entering into the scenario of a classic and formerly unique role to apply the law.
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  • 17 May 2022
Topic Review
Centralized Payment Network Advertisements on Digital Branding
Crises are always challenging for banking systems. In the case of COVID-19, centralized payment networks and FinTech companies’ websites have been affected by user behavior globally. As a result, there is ample opportunity for marketing managers and professionals to focus on big data from FinTech websites. This can contribute to a better understanding of the variables impacting their brand name and how to manage risk during crisis periods. 
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  • 16 May 2022
Topic Review
Constructing an Online Sustainable Educational Model
The outbreak of COVID-19 forced billions of learners to stay at home in order to receive online education.  Challenges should also be addressed to sustain online education during the pandemic. Designers, scientists, and teachers should make every effort to increase learning engagement, enhance learning supervision, formulate adequate emergency programs, minimize educational inequalities, solve technical issues, and formulate systematic learning management and organization. The sustainable online educational model may be updated and perfected by including more practical features in the future. 
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  • 16 May 2022
Topic Review
Developing Resilience to Disinformation through Media Literacy Programs
Disinformation and false information, often referred to as fake news do not constitute a novel phenomenon. Media literacy initiatives to enable the general public to critically evaluate media messages formally date back to UNESCO’s declaration of 1982, known as the Grünwald Declaration on Media Education. More recently (2020), UNESCO reiterated its position, drawing attention that in the age of ‘post-truth’, ‘fake news’ and ‘alternative facts’ disinformation and misinformation can and should be countered through media and information literacy (MIL) programs.
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  • 16 May 2022
Topic Review
NEETs and Refugees in Latin America
NEET refers to young people who are Not in Education, Employment or Training (also known as nini in Latin America). The usual age range for people identified as NEET is 15-24. The International Labor Organization that more than one in five aged people globally can be described as NEET. However, it is important to note that they represent a very diverse group. The socioeconomic factors behind NEET status vary by context and country. Individual risk factors include adverse family environments, low household income or educational levels, disability, living in remote areas, and immigration background. The total number of people who are NEET in Latin America has remained practically constant between the beginning and the end of 1992–2014: it went from 19.0 million in 1992 to 18.7 million in 2014. NEET status in Latin America is particularly associated with the region's sociopolitical issues, relating to labour migration and individuals seeking political refuge or fleeing political violence. As in other parts of the world, NEET status is associated with several psychological factors.
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  • 16 May 2022
Topic Review
Radial Arm Maze Task
The Radial Arm Maze (RAM), developed by Olton and Samuelson (1976) and quickly adapted in humans, is a high ecological spatial task, firstly used in a real environment and subsequently in the virtual one.
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  • 16 May 2022
Topic Review
Physical Education and Sports Supported by IoT
The COVID-19 pandemic in recent years and the massive presence of information technology generate one of the biggest challenges facing humanity, namely the technological challenge. Educational technologies have a positive impact on the correct and effective teaching and learning of physical education and sports (PES), with a great positive impact on future sustainable higher education (HE). Various innovative techniques could be of interest, such as the use of social networks and fitness sites, e-learning platforms, computer games, and telephone applications involving video analysis and age-specific images of students and the skills taught. 
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  • 16 May 2022
Topic Review
Data Intelligence in Public Transportation
Transport infrastructure investments must be linked to the public transport demand strategically. User behavior and decision-making process bring several possible alternative transportation options due to factors that define it. Municipalities must manage these factors to promote equal and sustainable transport solutions through urban infrastructure, public transport competitiveness, and attractiveness, and fossil fuels use and pricing policy. The research objective is to determine these factors to monitor and use them for citizens’ benefit through analytical tools and methods to gain a superior knowledge of reality with a focus on improving investments and services in an agile and efficient manner. Research analysis indicates direct causal relationships between the studied factors and that the necessary data for decision-making is available in the government information systems. Therefore, urban management can be more balanced and assertive in transport infrastructure investments and citizen services provision.
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  • 16 May 2022
Topic Review
Ushguli in Tourism (Svaneti, Georgia)
The village community of Ushguli, located in the Upper Svaneti region in the North of Georgia, which attained UNESCO World Heritage status in 1996. Since around 2010, Ushguli has seen a step-by-step rise in tourism. Until now, it has found itself relatively unprepared to meet visitors’ interests and needs and cope with the diverse aspects of modern lifestyles.
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  • 13 May 2022
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