Traveling is the thing to do at the moment. If we believe the pictures on Instagram everyone is traveling all the time and to the most exotic places. Influencers and travel blogger are telling you that you need to travel far away and which ten best places to visit next. Being able to travel constantly … Continue reading The Downsides of Tourism and How to Travel Better
Source: UNHCR (2014). The ongoing war in the Syrian Arab Republic accounts for approximately 5.6 million Syrian refugees worldwide (UNHCR 2019a). With the protracted nature of the conflict, forced migration has become one of the most pressing regional and global issues of our present times (Freedman et al. 2017). Jordan is one of the countries … Continue reading Syrian refugee women caught between patriarchy and new responsibilities: How being the female head of a household in Jordan determines expectations towards daughters.
As a child, maybe your role model was one of your parents or grandparents. Maybe you wanted to be like a famous football player, a singer, one of the Disney princesses or maybe you imagined being just like your teacher or the fireman living next door. No matter who your childhood hero was and why you admired him or her, you certainly always dreamed of being just like them.
Weather and climate factors such as temperature, precipitation, CO2 concentrations, and water availability directly impact the health and well-being of plants, pasture, rangeland, livestock and fisheries. Climate affects variation in yield, insects, disease, and weeds, which in turn affect agricultural production. Farmers in the United States may face increasing uncertainty and risk as they attempt … Continue reading Climate Change Impacts for the Agricultural Sector in the United States
The right to housing is an economic, social and cultural right to every human being. It is recognized in various national constitutions as well as in Article 25 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights where it is stated that: “Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being … Continue reading The Right to Adequate Housing
Earth’s population is nearly approaching seven billion people and at the same time resource limits and environment degradation has taken more and more place. While there has been a steady population growth during the last two or three centuries, it has been especially rapid during the past 20 years. While rich nations continuously assured poor … Continue reading World Population Problems
During the last years, groups in organizations around the world have experienced a change in the cultural composition of their membership. The future provides even more cultural diversity in organizations as countries continue to undergo changes in the cultural composition of their general populations (Erez & Somech, 1996; Hambrick et al., 1998; Johnston, 1991; Wentling, … Continue reading Effects of cultural recomposition on group interaction, performance and behavior