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

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Volume 01, Issue 10, 2022

Paper id: 010000138EJNSS     Open Access

Title: Conspirational Abstraction: A Marxist Recontextualisation and Reinterpretation of Shakespeare’s Selected Plays

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Abstract: Marxian materialism highlights the dialectical dualism of capitalist and proletariat for all possible logics which may have been required for recalibration of one’s understanding of the abstraction of the poor. The capitalist with his malicious forgery presents contemporary capitalism as an amalgam of the previous and latest inventive mechanism which preserves capitalist’s settlements for obscurantism. Shakespeare’s selected plays decode and construe the social construction incorporated as a domineering factor to sway over the proletariats on the road to Marxist abstraction. Chomsky and Foucault (2006) describe that truth has its own entire regime which is interlinked with structures of power that manufacture and sustain it. The devious ways of devising ideology and cultural hegemony for the radical colonization of cognition for the transformation of conceptualization of universal objectivity and subjectivity are highlighted. The capitalist quietly smuggles his power mechanism in form of inviolable laws and substantiates their emergence as coincidental structurally concatenated patterns of articulation. The Marxist analysis goes underneath the racialization of capitalist’s social construction’s magic of ubiquity of generalizing the particular proletariat and locates his abstraction, suspension and denied presence. He spotlights the proletariats from the greater whole of totality and highlights those abstracted objects as social subjects.

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Abstract: Many educators, teachers, parents, and policymakers in Bhutan do not know much about autism as a developmental disorder (Dorji, 2015). There have been a lot of studies conducted in other countries by different academicians and educators on the use of teaching strategies and the effects of social stories in building social skills for children with ASD. On other hand, there has not been a study done in Bhutan on a specific intervention to teach specific social skills. The main objective of examining this case study is (a) to examine the impacts of social stories in developing request skills on a child with ASD and (b) to study challenges faced in implementing social stories for a child with ASD. In this study, the data was gathered using three instruments, (a) interview, (b) anecdotal recording, and (c) latency recording. For the interview, two teachers and one parent participated. The anecdotal recording was done in different settings such as classrooms, playgrounds, ICT rooms and SEN resource rooms. Latency recording was conducted in the SEN resource room and classroom using the same intervention to learn a new skill in making requests and asking questions. Interview and anecdotal recording data were analyzed using the thematic coding approach identifying the main issues, challenges, impacts and effectiveness of the social stories to a child with autism in making a request skill in different settings and situations. However, the latency recording was analyzed by plotting the information into a graph which clearly informs that the social stories are effective and their impact on a child with autism is promising. Some of the findings from the interview, and latency recording were, the social stories were effective for a child with autism and it has indicated a promising impact in improving the learning behaviour of children in social skills. Most importantly, data collected through latency recording was analyzed through graphs and it has indicated that the intervention was effective and it has made a more significant impact on a child with autism. This case study is focused on one child and the findings and results cannot be generalized to all other learners. It cannot indicate cause and effect; it may cause bias and it’s not scientifically rigorous.

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Paper id: 010000140EJNSS     Open Access

Title: Divergence possible des processus de Data mining et Knowledge Discovery in Databases

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Abstract: Confusion remains to this day between the terms « Data Mining » (DM), translated into French as « Fouille de Données » (FD), and Knowledge Discovery in Databases (KDD), translated into French as « Extraction de Connaissance à partir de Données » (ECD). For many researchers and practitioners, the term DM is used as a synonym for ECD in addition to being used to describe one of the steps in the ECD process. It is for this reason that this article has set itself the main objective of giving the main theoretical meanings between the two concepts (FD and KDD) and trying to explain the difference that would exist in terms of process, storage and data access.

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