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International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research
Published by Future Science
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27745368     DOI : 10.11594/ijmaber
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research is a peer-reviewed in a monthly basis that publishes full-length papers. it is to enhance the dissemination of knowledge across the multidisciplinary community. We are particularly interested in papers relevant to all disciplines. The editorial board is keep to receive articles that address all areas. The editorial board is keep to receive articles that address, inter alia, the following business scientific fields: General management International business trategic management Marketing Supply chain management Operations management Knowledge management Management of education Organization studies Entrepreneurship Small and medium enterprise Innovation Human resource management Information technology E-business Financial management and time series analysis. Education Social Sciences Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Economic Development Tourism Development Arts and Language Sports Theory Others The above areas are just indicative and the editors, in principle, welcome rigorous articles that encompass any scientific business and management field.
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The Decomissioning Of The Moro Islamic Liberation Front Combatants In Camp Darul Arham, Butig Lanao Del Sur And It’s Implication To Peace Arsalan A. Diamaoden; Haimanah R. Abdulhakim; Sittie Roselainie P. Camama
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research Vol 2 No 3 (2021): International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Resear
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.02.03.07

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Alongside the roadmap toward the creation of the Bangsamoro is an implementation of Normalization Process by both the Government of the Philippines (GPH) and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) which mandates among others the decommissioning of MILF forces and weaponry. As a critical part of the similarly critical normalization process, decommissioning shall be a process of putting the weapons of the MILF beyond use and a process of allowing a smooth transition for MILF combatants to productive civilian life. In line with this, this paper aims to: (a) track the socio-demographic profiles of the combatants; (b) examine the perceptions of the combatants in the decommissioning; (c) describe the role of the Independent Decommissioning Body (IDB) in the decommissioning process and challenges encounter; (d) draw implication from the findings of the study to peace building. The study utilized the explorative-evaluative research design that employed the qualitative descriptive approach in the interpretation of data to one hundred (100) combatants of Darul Arham and IDB staff. A researcher-designed survey questionnaire was used to elicit necessary information. Results show that the combatants highly perceived socio-economic assistance specifically financial, social development, and economic and sustainable livelihood assistance to be extended to them as they are being decommissioned. The study recommends for the strengthening of measures for the both parties, the GPH and the MILF, to promote and guarantee free movement of IDB and create an environment free of fear and of intimidation so it can fulfill its part in the normalization process.
Decoupling African Traditional Religion and Culture from the Family Life of Africans: Calculated Steps in Disguise EBENEZER BOAKYE
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.02.03.04

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Even though African Traditional Religion and Cultural family life seem to have been detached from the indigenous Africans, with many reasons accounting for such a detach, the attempts made by the new wave of Christianity is paramount, under the cloak of salvation and better life. The paper focuses on the steps taken by Pentecostal-Charismatics in Africa to decouple African Traditional Religion and Culture from the family life of Africans in a disguised manner. The paper begins with the retrospection of African Traditional Religion as the religion with belief of the forefathers concerning the existence of the Supreme Being, divinities, Spirit beings, Ancestors, and mysterious powers, good and evil and the afterlife. It then walks readers through the encounter between Christianity and ATR and come out that Christianity from its earliest history has maintained a negative attitude toward ATR. The paper again explores that the traditional understanding of the African family system is portrayed in the common believe system and the functions of the family components. Again, the paper further unravels decoupling measures such as reaching the masses for audience, demonization of African the world of the spirit, demonization of African elders, pastors assuming the traditional position of elders of African families are the factors that are being taken to ensure the taking away of African traditional religious and family life from Africans. The paper again discusses the adverse effects of these decoupling factors on Africans. The paper concludes that Traditional African family patterns are slowly but progressively being altered as a result of the process of the decoupling strategies
Clients’ Satisfaction of the Therapeutic Community Modality Program: Basis for the Development of Prototype Syllabus Francia Virtudazo; Alrien Dausan
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research Vol 2 No 3 (2021): International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Resear
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.02.03.08

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The study determined the Therapeutic Community (TC) clients’ satisfaction and assessment of the Therapeutic Community Modality Program rendered by the Parole and Probation Administration in the National Capital Region. Researchers-made survey questionnaire was administered to two (2) groups of respondents which comprise the subject population of the research. The study revealed that the TC clients were satisfied on the Therapeutic Community Modality Program in all of the dimensions being assessed; however, there are indicators on clients’ satisfaction that obtained the lowest weighted mean that need to be addressed. On behavior management, there is a need for the TC implementers to reinforce community values and give emphasis on organizational structure. Moreover, the TC implementers must give preferential attention on the application of the full program of mandatory daily activities and meetings. On the intellectual and spiritual aspects, educational activities such as seminars on special topics and academic training must be intensified with focus on group activities that counter negative behavior to reinforce community values. On vocational and survival aspects, the TC program must incorporate vocational and livelihood training. Furthermore, clients must be taught to control their actions and release them appropriately. On emotional and psychological aspects, the TC clients must be encouraged to ‘act as if’ as a means of developing a more positive attitude. In addition, self-help technique must be inculcated throughout the program and accelerated before re-entry of the clients to the community.
The Development Of An Online Database For Historical Archiving Of Primary Sources Froilan Mobo
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research Vol 2 No 3 (2021): International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Resear
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.02.03.01

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Historical primary sources serve as an important historical facts specially for sociologist and historian it helps them to retrieve data easily. It is very difficult to do research, data gathering specially If the data has not been stored in a cabinet or any repository properly, especially if it is being a decade or a century ago. This study will help store all the primary sources in a central database using digital technology, this approach the sociologist and historian can retrieve it easily.
The Efficacy of the Management Programs of Columban College, Inc. Marlon F. Bravo
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research Vol 2 No 3 (2021): International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Resear
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.02.03.06

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The study determined the efficacy of the Management Program of Columban College, Inc. It employed the descriptive method of research. The respondents of the study were the randomly selected 3rd to 4th-year students who were enrolled with major subjects and faculty members in the Management programs such as Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Major in Management, Bachelor of Science in Tourism, and Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management for the academic year 2008-2009. The student’s perceived efficacy and teachers regarding Seminars got a descriptive rating of “Agree” and field trip obtained “Agree” both under co-curricular activities. The perception of the students and faculty members on the efficacy of the Management courses in terms of membership in the organizations has a descriptive rating of “Agree”; for the academic contests obtains “Moderately Agree”; and non-academic competitions garnered a descriptive rating of “Agree”. There is a significant difference Management programs’ perceived usefulness in relation to the non-academic contests, seminars, field trips, and membership in organizations. There is no significant difference in the perceived efficacy of the Management programs with regard to the academic competition, curriculum, laboratory, library, and facility.
Through Pains And Gains: Measures Of 21st Century Skills And Sense Of Self-Efficacy Of Alternative Learning System (Als) Learners Ma. Cristina E. Zulueta; Girlin Bag-ao Girlin Bag-ao; Shallimar A. Bayucca; Glenn B. Brombuela; Garci Gil V. Cajurao; Alden P. Canlas; Maria Vanessa S. Mendoza; Myron Willie B. Roque III; Angelita T. Sagun; Ma. Editha R. Caparas, EdD
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research Vol 2 No 3 (2021): International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Resear
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.02.03.02

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For several years, illiteracy, poverty, and deprivation were the worst adversary of the Philippine Government. One of the greatly affected sectors of illiteracy and poverty is the education sector. The Department of Education (DepEd) has experienced large amounts of drop-outs and out-of-school youth and adults due to poverty. For the Department to alleviate this concern, the Alternative Learning System (ALS) was established. ALS offers basic schooling for all persons who wish to return to school in a way that fits their personal needs and situation. Hence, this study assessed and extrapolated ALS learners with their 21st-century skills and its correlation to their sense of self-efficacy. Using a descriptive-correlational design, the researchers wanted to establish a link between and among variables. The findings of the study revealed moderate acquisition of 21st-century skills among ALS’ learners. Their sense of self-efficacy was also noted to be high. Further analysis revealed that, ALS learners’ acquisition of 21st century skills significantly correlated to their sense of self-efficacy. It is recommended that ALS teachers should provide more activities that will further enhance and strengthen the local and global awareness of ALS learners. Also, possible extension of the study could be undertaken to draw the general picture of the ALS learners as to their skills and sense of self-efficacy.
The Research Capability Of Secondary School Science Teachers Keneth S. Tolentino
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.02.03.05

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This paper described the perceived level of research capability of secondary school Science teachers in the basic education whereas a descriptive-correlational design was employed to determine the extent of relationship between research capability and profile of the 76 Science teachers from the Schools Division of Pampanga. A Research Capability Self-Assessment Scale Abrazado & Coronel (2016) was adopted to identify the level of research capability of the respondents, also a checklist was developed to identify the problems encountered by on their research undertakings. Most of the Science teachers did not yet pursue higher professional studies. Majority did not have the opportunity to attend research trainings; regarded with low research productivity. Science teachers had moderate research capability. Science teachers’ research capability had low level relationship with their profile in terms of educational attainment, research trainings and seminars attended, and research output. Lack of time, research trainings and research skills were the problems encountered. A sustainable research development program will aid Science teachers to develop and enhance their research capability
Case Study on Road Accidents in a Motorcycle-Propelled Public Transport Jimmy Bernabe Maming; Maria Fe Planco Imbong
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/ijmaber.02.03.03

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The Philippines utilizes the motorcycle as informal transport services. Thus, the birth of the “habal-habal” motorcycle taxi that traverses not only in the secondary roads but also in the national highways. This case study intends to describe the experiences of the participants on the list of occurrences that ended in casualty and fatality and to identify problems in the policy implementations pertinent to road safety and management. This study utilizes interviews, observation, and data reviews in gathering the data while the Mayring (2002) approach was used in the data analysis procedure. Themes come out from the narratives of the participants like unlicensed driving involving minors, under-reporting of fatalities and non-use of safety gear during the flight. The output of the study is a proposed new Model on Malay Transportation Development and Management

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