American Journal of Educational Research and Reviews

Design of reverse logistics network for the end-of-life automobiles based on sustainable development

Research article of American Journal of Educational Research and Reviews Design of reverse logistics network for the end-of-life automobiles based on sustainable development LIU Kun, ZHANG Rong Institute of Logistics Science and Engineering, Shanghai Maritime University, Shanghai, 201306, China From the point of view of sustainable development, a multi-objective mixed integer model to solve the problem of location and flow distribution of reverse logistics network of end-of-life automobiles. To reflect the various aspects of sustainable development, not only to minimize the objectives of economic cost and environmental cost, at the same time with the maximization of social benefits as the goal. Combined with the case, using the ideal point method by using lingo, it is concluded that the sustainable of scrapped automobile reverse logistics network optimization scheme. In addition, the impact of government subsidy on the sustainability of reverse logistics network is analyzed. In addition, the uncertainty of product recovery and the influence of government subsidy on the sustainable development of reverse logistics network are analyzed. The results show that end-of-life automobiles with more dismantled products have a greater impact on the sustainability of reverse logistics network, and government subsidies have an ideal interval to make the sustainability of reverse logistics network reach the best state. Keywords: Sustainable development; end-of-life automobiles; Reverse logistics; Site selection model; Social benefits; Multi-objective optimization Foundation projects: National Natural Science Foundation of China (71571117); Humanities and So-cial Sciences Planning Project of Ministry of Education (18YJA630143) ...

Discussion on the Benefits of Port and Shipping Enterprises Based on Game Theory

Research article of American Journal of Educational Research and Reviews Discussion on the Benefits of Port and Shipping Enterprises Based on Game Theory LI Mao1 and ZHANG Shibin2 1Logistics Research Center, 2Department of Mathematics, Shanghai Maritime University, Shanghai 201306, China In the field of port and shipping, the mutual interest relationship between the port and the shipping company has always been a hot topic.On the one hand, the port needs the shipping company to park its port operations to obtain economic benefits and social benefits.On the other hand, shipping companies have their own considerations when facing different types of ports, and must consider them from the perspectives of maximizing their own interests and optimizing service levels.In this paper, the Stackelberg model and the Nash equilibrium model in game theory are used to analyze the basis of the choice of the interests of the port and shipping enterprises to establish a multi-influence factor and multi-targeted model of the profit distribution of the port and shipping enterprises.According to the research in this paper, the appropriate cooperation between the two parties can further enhance the efforts of the port and shipping companies, and realize the rational distribution of interests between the port and the shipping company, so as to achieve a win-win situation in the entire port supply chain. Keywords: Stackelberg model; Nash equilibrium; game theory; port and shipping enterprise ...

Investigation of Aggression Status of Fans

Investigation of Aggression Status of Fans Oktay KIZARa and Harun GENÇa aBingöl Üniversitesi, Beden Eğitimi ve Spor Yüksekokulu The purpose of this study is; It was aimed to determine the level of aggression of football fans in Bingöl. The sample of the study consists of 480 football fans who were selected by random sampling method in 2018-2019 season. The sampling of the study consisted of 480 participants, who were selected randomly from among football fans in Bingol in 2018-2019 season.In the study, “Aggression Inventory developed by İpekİlter KİPER and personal information form developed by the researcher were used as data collection tool.The Aggression Inventory that was developed by Ipek ILTER (Kiper) consists of 30 items and includes three sub-tests, which are;destructive aggression, reckless aggression, and passive aggression. Each sub-test consists of 10 questions in the inventory.SPSS 23.0 statistical package program was used to evaluate the data. Data were interpreted by giving mean and standard deviations. Data were interpreted by giving mean and standard deviations. Non-parametric Mann Whitney-U Test was used to test the significance of the difference between T test and ANOVA and aggressive behavior scale scores in independent groups. In addition, the Tukey test was used from multiple comparison tests to determine which group was the cause of the difference. The significance level was taken as p <0.05 in this study. According to the results of the study; No significant difference was found between the football supporters in Bingöl province and the levels of parental education (P> 0.05). In addition, no statistically significant difference was found between the parental occupation group and the parents’ self and stepmother status (P> 0.05). There was no statistically significant difference in the passive aggressive behavior of the fans according to the family income level (P <0.05). A statistically significant difference was found in ...

Perception of college students regarding the use of ICT: A case study in Monterrey, México

Research article of American Journal of Educational Research and Reviews Perception of college students regarding the use of ICT: A case study in Monterrey, México Araiza Vázquez, Maria de Jesús1 and Pedraza Sánchez, Erika Yadira2 1Doctor in Instructional Technology and Distance Education Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, México; 2Doctor in Social Sciences with orientation in Sustainable Development Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, México We often take for granted that students have the basic skills and mastery of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), however, it has been confirmed that not all students are equally competent in this regard. From the theories of socialization and acceptance of the technology, a structural equation model (SEM) is built to explore the variance in basic ICT skills levels of students at a business school. With the application of a questionnaire that measured in detail ICT skills of new students in a higher education institution in Mexico, the main findings show that according to the tables of impact value between constructs and the significance between constructs, the skills have a significant and significant negative impact on the side of anxiety / behavior and on the side of the utility there is a strong, significant impact. Keywords: higher education, students, digital skills, self-perception ...

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Anadolu University, Yunusemre Campus 26470-Eskisehir TURKEY

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Professor of Physics, School of Sciences, IGNOU

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Professor in Education, Institute of Advanced Studies in Education, Faculty of Education, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delh

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Institute of Education, University of Ibadan

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Assistant Professor, Dicle University, Diyarbakır -Turkey

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Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Sidho-Kanho-Birsha University

Dr. Naser Jamil Alzaidiyeen
Assistant Professor, The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia/ Majmaah University College of Science and Humanities

Assistant Professor In Mathematics, Govt. Degree & PG College, PUTTUR, Chittoor(Dt),Andhra Pradesh,INDIA

Dr.Tahani Mohammed Alabous
Associate professor, World Islamic University

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Professor in Curriculum & Instructional Studies, Former Director, School of Postgraduate Studies at NWU and Member of Council

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Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Colombo

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Assistant Professor (Law) Govt. Naveen Law College Bhatapara. Distt- Baloda Bazar-Bhatapara, India

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Assistant Professor/EEE, VSB College of Engineering Technical Campus, Coimbatore-642109

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Sambalpur University, Odisha

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