Discussion on Neoliberalism & the Marketisation of Social Housing: A Study of Four Countries

The emergence of Neoliberalism as the dominant global political and economic paradigm since the late twentieth century has had an influence on the social housing sectors in various countries. This philosophy has brought market pressures to bear on the provision of social housing, which has traditionally been synonymous with providing a service to meet a
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When asked to prove or revisit mathematical statements, pupils’ biases in elementary school toward inductive versus deductive and general forms of reasoning shift over time, according to psychological and cognitive development theories. One of the curricular goals of elementary school is to help students develop critical thinking skills. This hypothesis is investigated in this study
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Depression is a major issue in today’s culture. It can have a negative impact on people in a variety of ways. Despite the efforts of many scientists to find effective ways to cope with depression, no final conclusions have been reached. This research uses data from the China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Study (CHARLS) to
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In this chapter, we present findings from a study of primary school students’ attitudes toward intercultural and bilingual education. Today’s social issue is interculturality, which can be described as an ethical-political project aimed at resolving problems of coexistence in multi-ethnic societies. As a result, intercultural education provides both an incentive and a justification for educational
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This study looked into the idea that one’s personality characteristics influence one’s attitude toward shopping in a virtual world. The aim of this paper was to investigate the relationship between an individual’s perception of presence and their attitudes toward virtual shopping in a virtual merchandising world. The theoretical paradigm was symbolic interactionism, and four of
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In legal systems, court judgments are important court records. The aim of this analysis is to expand on a previous study [1], which looked at court documents (judgments) released in Northern Ireland between 2014 and 2020. Van Dijk’s macrostructural analysis is the approach used to analyse these court decisions. We will summarise the most notable
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The mind is so limited that it is unable to provide us with an objective image of truth. And the advanced instruments it has invented can only have a subjective view of reality. Exploring “Neural Correlates of Consciousness” (NCC) is one example; by doing so, we can illustrate the direct path from brain to mind
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Traders’ functionalities and mentality during their time on the markets are referred to as trading psychology. It can assess the degree and limits to which they are effective in making a profit, or it may explain why a trader has suffered significant losses. Traders who are well-versed in trading psychology will rarely act on emotion
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This study sought to examine the phenomenon of Change Resistance at Damietta University from the perspectives of its faculty members, as well as the challenges that this phenomenon presents. The study also looked at the idea of change resistance and its manifestations, as well as the different forms of change resistance at Damietta University and
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The aim of this article is to reach consensus among experts on the importance of parental involvement in the effort to instil positive attitudes in preschool children, which includes school-based involvement, home-based involvement, and contact between the home and the school. The extent to which parents are involved in their children’s education at an early
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