European Journal of Natural and Social Sciences-Novus(EJNSS)

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Volume 01, Issue 01, 2021

  Publication Date: 5th April 2022

Paper id: 0100001EJNSS    Open Access

Title: Digital Abuse in ‘When I Hit You’ by Meena Kandasamay

Year: 2022        Full Paper       [Download]         Page:1-8 

Abstract: This paper aims to explore the different methods of abuse that the abusers use to control and harass their partners at home. There are many forms of abuse like emotional abuse,psychological abuse, sexual abuse, digital abuse that women are facing globally. The paper focuses one of the abstruse forms of abuse:Digital Abuse. Digital abuse, also known as electronic abuse, is a hidden form, where the control is executed in the name of protection or care mostly.The paper aims to show the different tactics used by the characters against their partners in Meena Kandasamy’s ‘When I Hit You’. This paper shows how the abusers use technology to gain and maintain power and control in the relationship in the selected work. It includes controlling behavior like demand for passwords, recording the calls, tracking the location via smartphones, posting wrong information about their partner, keeping a track over the use of social media and so on.The study focuses that how technology has become a source of indirect violence and abuse at home. It also discusses the impact of abuse on women and how women feel depressed, isolated, and vulnerable when someone wants to completely control their lives. This paper delineates the 21st  modern women’s plight that how being a feminist, a woman is entrapped in an abusive marriage and aims to determine the effectiveness of technology on protagonist, in which a so called loved one makes her feel that he has a right to be present everywhere and every time in her digital space.

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Paper id: 0100002EJNSS    Open Access

Title: In-vitro antioxidant activity of total phenolic and flavonoid content of Solanum nigrum: A comparative study

Year: 2022     Full Paper       [Download]         Page: 9-27

Abstract: In the traditional system of medicine, Solanum nigrum belonging to the family Solanaceae has been considered as a remedy for treating various ailments like epilepsy, gastric ulcers, etc., and is believed to have hepatoprotective activities. In this study, the total phenolic and flavonoid content of three extracts (Petroleum Ether, Ethyl acetate and Methanol) from the solanum nigrum leaves and their antioxidant activity was carried out by using spectrophotometric methods. Methanol extract with high absorbance exhibited the highest antioxidant activity containing the highest quantity of phenolics and flavonoids followed by Ethyl Acetate and Petroleum Ether. The presence of phenolic and flavonoid compounds indicated that these compounds can contribute to antioxidant activity. These active constituents alone or in combination with others may be responsible for the observed antioxidant activity. The findings indicated promising antioxidant activity of crude extracts of leaves needs further exploration for their effective use in both modern and traditional systems of medicines. The Solanum nigrum leaf can be regarded as a promising candidate for natural plant sources of antioxidants with higher values. A comparative study of the total phenolic and flavonoid contents extracted by the solvents, and their in-vitro antioxidant activity that could be an effective remedy in hepatoprotection was carried out in the study.

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Paper id: 0100003EJNSS    Open Access

Title: Attitudes and Academic Performance of Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH) Students in the Batangas State University System

Year: 2022      Full Paper       [Download]         Page: 28-44

Abstract: This study determined how the students’ attitudes affect their academic performance in Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH), with the intent of preparing activities to enhance these factors in the development of the students. It covered the attitudes of the students toward MAPEH, the comparison of the assessments of the teachers and students, their academic performance, the manifestation of their understanding towards MAPEH, and sample activities to upgrade MAPEH instruction. The results of the study revealed that MAPEH students have positive attitudes toward MAPEH. They believe that participating and exposure to various physical activities, proper motivation and teacher competencies can be great factors to have a positive attitude towards the subject. The study also revealed that the comparison of the MAPEH teachers’ and students’ assessments showed no significant differences. Further, MAPEH students of Batangas State University have good grades in the MAPEH components, which shows positive academic performance. Based on the results, the researcher designed activities for MAPEH, which may serve as aid to the teachers to enhance students’ learning, interest, attitude, academic performance and appreciation on the components of MAPEH. These activities would likewise raise the awareness of students about the importance of MAPEH components to their everyday life and how these affect the physical, mental, emotional and social well-being of an individual.

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Paper id: 0100004EJNSS    Open Access

Title: The Solution to Entrepreneurship Development in India through MSMEs

Year: 2022       Full Paper       [Download]         Page:45-49 

Abstract: The importance of micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the country’s economic and social development has long been recognized. Individual creativity and invention are frequently the driving forces behind entrepreneurship in the MSME sector. MSMEs contribute around 6.11% of the manufacturing GDP and 24.63% of the GDP from service activities as well as 33.4% of India’s manufacturing output. They have been able to provide employment to around 120 million persons and contribute around 45% of the overall exports from India. At present, India has approximately 6.3 crore MSMEs over 110 million workers for micro, small and medium enterprises across India, MSMEs have a far greater labor-to-capital ratio than major industries, and their total growth is substantially faster. MSMEs are also more evenly distributed geographically. As a result, MSMEs are critical to achieving the national goals of equity and growth, In contrast to the preceding concept of industry, the concept of ‘enterprise was introduce. Small businesses, both legal and informal, contribute roughly the same amount to GDP and employment in low, middle, and high-income countries. As income rises, the informal sector’s share of the economy declines and the formal SME sector’s rises. The most vital need is to provide large-scale employment as countries expand and agriculture’s share of employment and GDP declines. In India, the MSME sector is diverse, fragmented, and largely unstructured, it encompasses a wide range of manufacturing units, from traditional crafts to high-tech enterprises. MSMEs face a number of challenges, like financial issue, regulatory issues infrastructure , low productivity , lack of innovation, technical challenges, skill, competition, lack of professionalism, lack of standard policies, However, the government is trying to keep the MSME sector competitive. The cost of finance is gradually lowering, and both the public and private sectors are attempting to develop better products that are both quality and price competitive. MSMEs may be able to compete with larger enterprises if corruption is eliminated and a greater emphasis is placed on quality.

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Paper id: 0100005EJNSS     Open Access

Title: The School for Scandal as an Anti-Sentimental Comedy: A Critical Assessment

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Abstract: As a powerful genre in the eighteenth century, sentimental comedy was extremely popular in that period. A sentimental comedy arouses the emotions of sorrow, pity as well as compassion. It portrays the idea that human beings are essentially good at heart, but are astray as they are dominated by evil traits. An anti-sentimental comedy, on the other hand, is also called “Comedy of Manners”.  When Sentimental comedy was on the path of decline, writers like Oliver Goldsmith and Richard Sheridan turned to anti-sentimental comedy which was basically an artificial comedy. These writers practiced this comedy to delineate the atmosphere of middle-class families. Moreover, in order to save drama from the path of decline, they were trying to restore the dramatic activities. An anti-sentimental comedy deals with the sophisticated and complex codes of conduct of the fashionable world. The central plot generally portrays the scandals, intrigues, lust and greed as the recurrent themes of the play. In this connection, William Congreve’s The Way of the World displays all the important features of an anti-sentimental comedy. The three plots of the comedy-love plot, Teazle plot and surface plot give an impression of a single strand of the play, the scandal plot. Love, intrigues and scandals are the crux of the main happenings of the play in which both Joseph Surface and Charles Surface, being in love with a girl, Maria. Joseph hatches an intrigue against Charles Surface to win the hand of Maria. At the end, when all the complications are resolved, both Maria and Charles Surface are rewarded with their union in love.

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