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This research is interested in the changes of the eating habits of the consumer further to numerous health crisis. The consumer became more and more aware of the impact of the food on the health and more and more distrusting. This distrust led the consumer to healthier food product such as: relieved or enriched products and the dietary products etc., which brings the form and well-being in order to minimize the risk. In this context, a quantitative study of Tunisian consumers studied the effect of dietary risk as well as sociodemographic variables on attitudes toward healthy foods.
The objective of this paper is to examine empirically the influence of good governance practices on the public trust in Lebanon. It presents a theoretical research framework to understand this relationship supported by literature review from recent studies. A survey was conducted among SMEs in the capital Beirut, where 400 questionnaires were distributed among managers and employees resulting 94 percent usable response rate. The research hypothesis was accepted through analyzing the data by SPSS and SEM. The main findings indicate that good governance practices have a positive and significant influence on public trust in Lebanon (p<0.001). Future studies are recommended to extend the empirical research in terms of good governance practices and more specifically at the level of sample and geographical distribution.
This paper attempts to explain the postulate that 80% of light is unaccounted for in the current universe.  It tends to pin the cause of the excess light observed by the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph on Gravitational waves, and how it interacts with the light in the near universe which could further augment the research going in this field and provide an alternate method of detecting these elusive waves that are considered to carry crucial data about the primordial universe and how it came into being.
Decision making is an important aspect of any business entity. In this paper, a new linguistic methodology is suggested in order to express the results obtained by analyzing the situations in a way that can be easily understood by non- experts users through fuzzy logic. The paper will further explain the relationship between variable through the application of fuzzy Logic. The model will be useful to understand better the system as compared to statistical results. It will also allow us to confront both kind of results considering that statistical analysis that are more discriminatory while fuzzy models show a broader vision. The model will let us understand the input variables behavior according to variations in output variables, therefore strategic planning possibilities are increased as no implementation is required. The use of decision support systems (DSS) is increasing and becoming generalized and it actually is the evolution of business computing networking
Travelling Salesperson Problem is a problem where the user have to visit all the cities by using the shortest distance. It is an NP-hard problem in combinatorial optimization, important in operations research and theoretical computer science. TSP is a special case of the travelling purchaser problem .By representing this problem in graphical method we see that it is nothing but a complete graph where user have to visit all the nodes using the shortest distance. Scientist have found that biological ant have an excellent behavior by which they always choose the shortest way between the source and the destination although there are several ways between them. Using these behavior of the biological ant we describe an artificial ant colony capable of solving the traveling salesman problem (TSP). Ants of the artificial colony are able to generate successively shorter feasible tours by using information accumulated in the form of a pheromone trail deposited on the edges
The purpose of this research paper to highlight the issues related to management of human resources when work culture in the organisation changes. This paper focuses on Cadbury Company stressing on the business strategies followed by it to successfully manage change management. In every organisation human resources are the key assets as they involve in planning, organising, directing and controlling human activities of staffing, compensation, development and maintenance. This paper also highlights the reasons behind the Cadbury Company’s strategic human resource management policies like decentralisation, decoupling, management of cultural differences and so on. This will help the marketers and human resource managers in identifying the approaches to manage human resources and business strategies and implement the same in changing business scenario. Since, it is the urgent need of every organisation to understand that human resources are the most indispensable tool and w
Depression as a disease is rampart to people regardless of sex, class, position in the community and it is common to old people and adult. In order to prevent and reduce the rate of depression, this research give work has born. It was born out of a mindset that is ready to the economy everything the community had given. This paper examined the effect of hormone related drug in relieving depression and 3 level of drug was administered, a placebo treatment, a moderate dose and a high dose. The data was collected from Ekiti-State Police Clinic, the data are in quarters for the year 2012 and it is a secondary data. The aim of the paper is to find out whether gender or level of dose of drug administered has anything to do with the relieving of depression. Based on the analysis it can be seen that either high level of dose, placebo treatment or moderate dose we obtain averagely the same of outcome but there other method used for treatment of depression that will not make...
The purpose of the study was to identify the level of Stress due to menstruation cycle among physically active and non-active females in DRC College, University of Delhi. The research pattern being used was descriptive survey research comparing chosen active and non-active females. The study was delimited to the age group 20 to 25 years. By applying simple random sampling a total of 100 females (50 active + 50 non active) were selected, the physically active group consist of females doing at least 2-4 hour daily physical activity besides the daily work, whereas the non-active group consist of females with no physical activity in the daily routine. The variable for the study was stress; Adrenal Stress Questionnaire developed by Dave Hompes was used for the collection of data. The statistical techniques employed were descriptive statistics followed by independent‘t’ test. The results revealed that the active females with majority of 44% were below stress level, whereas 28
A cross-institutional and cross-disciplinary, research-based DRR scholarship medal, named KAKHTAH has been instituted for doctoral & post-doctoral studies, in areas concerning disaster management & Post-HFA policy frame-workings in perspectives of the UN-MDGs. The revolutionary-edged medal has been posthumously named after the global humanitarians; Kofi Annan, Hellen Keller Intl., Tzu-chi and Aurangzeb Hafi, for their meritorious renderings during the relief works of Tsunami Asia-2004.