International Journal of Education, Culture and Society

Volume 7, Issue 3, June 2022

  • Historical and Socio-Cultural Significance of the Ahenemma Mpaboa in the Asante Royal Regalia

    Steve Kquofi, Timolyn Kusi, Dickson Adom, Edwin Bodjawah, Reuben Glover

    Issue: Volume 7, Issue 3, June 2022
    Pages: 119-128
    Received: Apr. 20, 2022
    Accepted: May 05, 2022
    Published: May 12, 2022
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    Abstract: The Ahenemma Mpaboa or royal sandals are the second most valuable artifact in the Asante royal regalia that define the authority of a chief in the Asante Kingdom of Ghana. Unfortunately, little is known of the Ahenemma Mpaboa as an important cultural symbol that defines royalty in the Asante Kingdom. Therefore, this ethnographic study under the qua... Show More
  • Research on Father’s Participation of Children Upbringing Issues in Rural Regions and Strategies

    Pu Yongming, Xie Xiaoyu, Liang Xia

    Issue: Volume 7, Issue 3, June 2022
    Pages: 129-136
    Received: May 07, 2022
    Accepted: May 23, 2022
    Published: May 31, 2022
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    Abstract: In the past few years, a hot topic on how about fathers’ participation in children upbringing has been studied and concerned by researchers and the society. This study, in aspects of motivations and behaviors of rural fathers who participate in children upbringing, with data samples collected from 312 children aged between 3-6 in three kindergarten... Show More
  • Social Division of Labour as an Explanatory Principle and as a Foundation for Legitimation

    Odaci Luiz Coradini

    Issue: Volume 7, Issue 3, June 2022
    Pages: 137-144
    Received: Mar. 27, 2022
    Accepted: Apr. 15, 2022
    Published: Jun. 08, 2022
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    Abstract: The article presents results of the analysis of the conceptions and uses of the social division of labour by the statistical classification schemes and by the social sciences. The general hypothesis pursued is that the social division of labour is used as an explanatory principle and as a basis for legitimation of the social structures. These uses ... Show More
  • Explore the Curriculum Ideology and Politics Construction of Dental Student: Non-medical Aesthetic Dentistry as an Example

    Xiang Guo, Kashaf Naz, Si-Yu Tao, Nan Zhou, Zheng-Jie Liang, Xiao-Fang Cheng, Xiao-Chun Sun, Sheng-Ping Cao, Ke-Yi Zhang, Zhu-Ling Guo

    Issue: Volume 7, Issue 3, June 2022
    Pages: 145-149
    Received: Jun. 06, 2022
    Accepted: Jun. 16, 2022
    Published: Jun. 27, 2022
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    Abstract: People's pursuit of beauty is becoming more and more fierce, and the development of the medical beauty industry has also caused a boom. In the process of its development, the development of China's medical beauty industry is still in the exploratory stage. This unconstrained rapid development also hides some chaos in the industry. The lack of human... Show More
  • Research on Nobel Prize Winning in Japan and the Construction of Practical and Innovative Student Teams in Private Colleges

    Zhu Changping, Peng Yinbing, Sun Mengqiu, Tong Xingxing, Cheng Xinyi, Li Wanwan, Wang Wenjing

    Issue: Volume 7, Issue 3, June 2022
    Pages: 150-157
    Received: Jun. 06, 2022
    Accepted: Jun. 22, 2022
    Published: Jun. 30, 2022
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    Abstract: Training students’ innovative abilities has become a basic mode of colleges’ talent cultivation, and college students who join the practical and innovative team can receive some basic training and lay a foundation for their growth. The author analyzes causes of the Japan’s winning of the Nobel Prize from the five elements of “target, personnel, pos... Show More
  • Akan Belief System and Their Influence on the Diagnosis, Treatment and Rehabilitation of Indigenous Orthopaedic Therapy

    Michael Obeng Nyarko, Thomas Obeng Asare, Timothy Crentsil, George Kwame Fobiri

    Issue: Volume 7, Issue 3, June 2022
    Pages: 158-168
    Received: May 16, 2022
    Accepted: Jun. 20, 2022
    Published: Jun. 30, 2022
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    Abstract: The Akan are historically an important ethnic group in Ghana who have beliefs on wide range of practices including orthopaedic therapy. The treatment is referred to in indigenous circles as ‘bone setting’. It is a specialised branch of traditional medicine which is quite popular among the Akan in Ghana. Unfortunately, most studies on the subject ha... Show More