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Journal Of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation (JMHSR) is a journal published by the Politeknik Ilmu Pemasyarakatan twice a year. 1. Mental Health such as; anxiety, depression, bipolar, behavioral disorders, Autism, Schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s and Post-traumatic stress. This journal allows the reader to have a better understanding of biologic factors, psychosocial factors and genetic factors of psychiatric disorders and mental illness. 2. Social Rehabilitation practice, this interdisciplinary journal examines vital aspects of the fieldùfrom innovative practice methods, legal issues, and literature reviews to program descriptions and cutting-edge practice research. Use it to enhance your knowledge and skills and to broaden your professional understanding of the impact of the individual, family, group, community, and social services delivery system on persons with disabilities and on the rehabilitation process
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Impact Of Terrorism On International Trade In Pakistan Muhammad Ali Equatora; Ganes a/I Raja; Umar Anwar; Hamid Saeed; Syed Muzaffar Hussain
Journal Of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation Vol 1 No 1 (2023): Journal of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation (JMHSR)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52472/jmhsr.v1i1.198

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International trade means buying and selling of goods and services. Foreign investments boost up economy and it brings lots of opportunities to develop such economy and thus such opportunity develops an economy. The development of such policies brings more investments and trade related opportunities within and outside the boundaries of the countries. This is only possible if the economy is stable because an investor always wants his investments to be safe and secure. Terrorism is a threat that is harming international trade. Due to terrorism trade in Pakistan had suffered a lot and the business opportunities are decreasing our industrialist are shifting towards other countries. Previous researches have concluded that terrorism is a threat that is affecting adversely the global markets and economy as well. The purpose of this research is to find out the impact terrorism is causing to the economy of Pakistan. The paper has also provided recommendations to cope with such threat. The results are extracted by using Microsoft Excel. Regression analysis has been used to identify the relationship between international trade and cost incurred on Terrorism. The results extracted had identified that cost incurred on terrorism have significant impact on international trade. To cope with the problem of terrorism and enhance international trade recommendations will be stated at the end.
RETRACTION - Effect of Teaching Style on Student’s Satisfaction Through the Mediating Role of Teacher’s Behavior and Qualification Muhammad Saad Saleem; Rinosha a/p M Selvadurai; Yadu K Damodaran; Budi Priyatmono
Journal Of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation Vol 1 No 1 (2023): Journal of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation (JMHSR)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52472/jmhsr.v1i1.199

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In today’s modern era research is the key to do anything new or to make improvements in the existing system or business. It is important for a researcher to write down articles about the various subject matters that would help people in understanding new things and adding value to the existing knowledge about the subject matter. Most of the teachers use different types of teaching styles with the intent of making learning more effective and increasing the satisfaction level of students. On the basis of the feedback provided by students, they assess the teaching style that is most effective and that satisfies the needs of the students. Recent studies have showed that student satisfaction is measured by looking at factors like the behavior of teachers, the environment of study and many other factors. So we have assessed the effect of teaching style on student satisfaction through the mediating role of teacher’s behavior and qualification. This article focuses on the methods used by teachers, their behavior and delivery style. On the basis of the results and analysis it can concluded that both teachers’ qualification and their behavior has its direct impact on student satisfaction. The conclusion that was drawn from the results was that the mediating role of teacher qualification and behavior mediates the relationship between independent and dependent variables.
Measuring Service Quality Of Public Hospitals Yadu K Damodaran; Kannan a/I Mani; Ali Muhammad; Muhammad Saad Saleem
Journal Of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation Vol 1 No 1 (2023): Journal of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation (JMHSR)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52472/jmhsr.v1i1.200

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In public hospitals the services quality has become an imperative in providing satisfaction because delivering services quality directly affected the patients’ perception. The public sector should ensure patients receive the best services in hospitals. Though there has been an attempt to improve the situation it seems not much has been achieved in raising the quality of service in public sector and this is compounded by limited information on the factors that ail the delivery of service quality in the public hospital. Therefore, this research was conducted to know perception of patients about the services quality of public hospital in Lahore Pakistan. The study used a descriptive survey approach in collecting data from the respondents. The number of the respondents was 100 and the respondent was patients. Through convenient sampling the data is collected. A questionnaire was used to collect the data from primary sources. Quantitative technique was used to analyzed the data. For this purpose, ‘SERVQUAL’ instrument was used to measure the service quality delivered by the hospital. Findings show that all the factors discussed in the thesis affect the patients’ perception but the result of infrastructure is the highest which means that infrastructure of the hospitals are positively associated with the perception of patients, but management of hospitals need to work on trustworthiness because of negative perception of patients
RETRACTION-Determinants Of Crime In Pakistan Hamid Saeed; Thanachelvan a/I Rajan; Herry Fernandes Butar Butar; MAM Sameem
Journal Of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation Vol 1 No 1 (2023): Journal of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation (JMHSR)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52472/jmhsr.v1i1.201

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This study investigates the root causes of crime rate in Pakistan, the activities due to which crime is increasing in the country. Variables for this research are crime rate, population growth rate, inflation, household consumption, urbanization, saving (%of GDP) and unemployment. For this purpose, data has been collected for 34 years from the period 1980-2014. The independent variables involved in this research are population growth rate, inflation, household consumption, urbanization, saving (%of GDP) and unemployment whereas the dependent variable is crime rate. For the analysis of data multiple regression has been applied using the SPSS software. The results showed that inflation, population, unemployment, household consumption have positive relation with the crime rate whereas savings is negatively related. The government should take steps to make the environment of country crime free by providing economic incentives to people and by making the law making and implementing departments strong and accountable for what they do.
Associating Intelligence of Leaders and Employee Creativity Syed Muzaffar Hussain; Lheela Jeganathan; Krishnavani Gianesan; Wan Zhalkiatul Aida; Vivi Sylviani Biafri; Qisthina Aulia
Journal Of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation Vol 1 No 1 (2023): Journal of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation (JMHSR)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52472/jmhsr.v1i1.203

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This study investigates the association between leaders’ intelligence on followers’ creativity. This was studying exploring by a) relationship between leaders’ EI and followers’ creativity results; b) relationship between intrinsic motivation and EI c) relationship between intrinsic motivation and followers’ creativity. Questionnaire was used to collect data from organizations of service sector. Eighty-one dyads were collected (leaders and employees). Cross sectional data and convenient sampling used in this study. Data analysis techniques were descriptive, correlation and multiple regression analysis. The findings of the study were not gives significant results. There are some other factors which affect followers’ creativity
The Mediating Effect of Work Engagement in Relation to Technology Readiness Index and Adaptive Performance Among Newly Hired It Employees Khadijah Abdul Malek; Athifah Najwani Shahidan; Muhammad Zulqarnain Arshad
Journal Of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation Vol 1 No 1 (2023): Journal of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation (JMHSR)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52472/jmhsr.v1i1.204

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This study investigates the mediating effect of work engagement in relation to the Technology Readiness Index (TRI) and adaptive performance among newly hired IT employees. In the contemporary workplace, the successful integration of information technology plays a crucial role in organizational performance. As such, understanding the factors that influence the adaptive capabilities of IT employees becomes paramount. The research will adopt a quantitative approach, utilizing a sample of newly hired IT professionals from diverse industries. The implications of these findings will provide valuable insights for organizations seeking to optimize their IT workforce's performance and adaptability. Fostering a work environment that encourages work engagement, coupled with the promotion of technology readiness, can yield a more agile and responsive IT workforce. Further research opportunities exist to explore the interplay between technology adoption, work engagement, and adaptive behaviors in different organizational contexts
Relationship Between Personnel Management Skill And Happiness Index Among Lecturers At Higher Education Institutions In Henan Province, China Zhao Zhang
Journal Of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation Vol 1 No 1 (2023): Journal of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation (JMHSR)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52472/jmhsr.v1i1.206

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The teaching profession has become one of the most stressful jobs, which has a negative impact on the performance of lecturers and their sense of well-being. The main purpose of this study is to investigate the influence of factors related to personnel management skills on the happiness index of teachers in colleges and universities. Teachers’ well-being can promote efficiency, create a positive work climate, and help achieve organizational goals and objectives. By analysing teachers’ happiness index, organizations can guarantee the sustainability of their operations. The method of this study focuses on the main quantitative methods and studies the relationship between personnel management, personnel training, personnel welfare, personnel performance evaluation, and the teacher happiness index. The survey was conducted among 300 participants to obtain sufficient data for analysis. These data were subjected to descriptive analysis, correlation analysis, and regression analysis with SPSS. It was observed that there is a strong positive correlation between personnel management and the happiness index. In order to improve the lecturer’s happiness, there is need for personnel performance appraisal. The result indicates that there is positive relation between personnel training and lecturers' happiness index. The interconnectedness among the factors influencing each other has been verified through these statistical tests. The Pearson correlation values for each of the predictors were positive with happiness index. Thus, it is evident that to improve happiness index among the lecturers, it is important to have personnel management skills.
The Impact of Work Family Conflict on Female Teacher’s Intention to Leave the Job a Survey of Female Teaching Staff in Public Sector Colleges Sarwat Sultan; Sureen Jeganatha; MAM Sameem; Imaduddin Hamzah
Journal Of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation Vol 1 No 1 (2023): Journal of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation (JMHSR)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52472/jmhsr.v1i1.218

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As we all know that education is a serious issue in the development of any country. The purpose of this study is to find the impact of work-family conflict on female teacher’s intention to leave the job in the education sector and estimate that how difficulties influence the personal and professional life of female teachers. The study focused on 3 dimensions of work-family conflict such as: heavy teaching load, work timing and mental health issues which influence female teachers to leave the job. A Sample of 198 respondents was taken under this study, while the data is collected through the questionnaire tool. Data is examined with the help of SPSS software and Microsoft excel. The finding discloses that mental health issues influence female teachers to leave the job and cause negative impact on their personal and professional life and also affected their performance were as work timing and heavy teaching load results show neutral behavior of female towards the statement.
Intellectual and Ideological Dimensions as Predictors of Inmates' Private Practice Religiosity Imaduddin Hamzah
Journal Of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation Vol 1 No 2 (2023): Journal of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation (JMHSR)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52472/jmhsr.v1i2.251

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Religiosity is critical in improving a person's self-control ability and preventing a person from committing a crime. However, studies of the dimensions of religiosity that can play a role in private religious practice are still limited. This study aims to find the relationship between the dimensions of intellectual and ideology with private practice in religiosity. This study involved three hundred samples of prisoners with measurements of intellectual dimensions, ideology, and private practices using the Centrality of Religiosity Scale (CRS). The correlation test concluded that intellectual and ideology are significantly associated with private practice. The intellectual dimension shows a more potent effect size on private practice than the ideology dimension. This study recommends the need for intellectual and ideological religious guidance programs for inmates in correctional institutions as an effort to increase self-control and prevent the residivisme
The Intersection of Mental Health, Law, and Rehabilitation Kintan Berlina Nursyakinah; Aji Mulyana; Mia Amalia
Journal Of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation Vol 1 No 2 (2023): Journal of Mental Health And Social Rehabilitation (JMHSR)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52472/jmhsr.v1i2.363

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Prisoners are people who are serving a sentence or criminal period in a correctional institution, but the human rights of prisoners must also be protected. However, prisoners are also part of those who have rights as human beings, including the right to live life, the right to receive welfare, and also have the right to obtain health services. The rights of prisoners are even regulated in law number 22 of 2022 concerning correctional facilities. In addition to physical health, there is mental health that is vulnerable to threats to prisoners. The importance of mental health in relation to the law relates to several issues, including the difficulty of individuals to provide accurate testimony, the consideration of mental capacity in the judicial process, as well as the protection of the rights of mentally ill individuals. This research explores the intersection between mental health, law, and rehabilitation in the context of prisoners. The main focus is to evaluate the challenges that arise in fulfilling prisoners' mental health service rights through the existing legal and rehabilitation systems. Through an interdisciplinary approach, this research seeks an in-depth understanding of how legal factors and the detention environment can affect the mental health of inmates. This approach includes prevention, diagnosis and intervention measures covering medical, psychological, social and legal aspects. The research seeks to provide a basis for policy change that supports the rights of individuals with mental illness, promotes fairness in the justice system, and reduces stigmatisation associated with mental health in legal contexts.

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