Proceedings of the International Conference on Global Politics and Socio-Humanities
Enrique Mallen, Sam Houston State University
Javier Cifuentes-Faura, University of Murcia
With the continuous development of science and technology and economy, the gender ratio in the labor market has changed, and the scope of female social activities is not limited to the family. At this time, the traditional concept of marriage is no longer applicable to the new social outlook, and a new system is needed to protect the family contribution. The financial compensation system for divorce is designed to compensate one party for his or her contribution during the life of the marriage in the event of divorce, while protecting the disadvantaged groups and gender equality. Although our current understanding of divorce economic compensation is insufficient, only the protection object is limited to housework, and because of the calculation method is not uniform, the application effect in practice is not satisfactory. This paper analyzes Financial compensation system from the perspective of economics, uses the equity principle in civil law to complete the right consciousness of family contribution, broadens the object protected by divorce economic compensation, improves the calculation rules of divorce economic compensation and makes appropriate special compensation for women, so as to ensure the stability of marriage and the efficiency of society.
The use of technology in multiple industries has contributed to the growth of the global economy. As a core part of today’s technology, the impact derived from semiconductors is two-sided. While the general public is focused on the advantages of semiconductors, the political-cultural-national tensions it creates are missing. Semiconductor culture is a combination of technology and politics in the context of economic development. The historical semiconductor battles between countries and the current semiconductor battles confirm this view. This paper reviews the Japan-US semiconductor war in the last century, the Japan-South Korea semiconductor war in this century, and the US-China semiconductor war in the last few years. This paper aims to use the semiconductor cases to demonstrate the adverse effects of semiconductor culture in the global economy. Finally, it concludes that semiconductor culture can strain political relations between nations.
After the Second World War, the militarist, corporatist system of the imperial Japan had collapsed. Since then, Japan adopted a democratic system centered around the Liberal Democratic Party. This paper analyzed the political situation of Japan after the Second World War by exemplifying and investigating Japan’s political Stagnation. By analyzing the political situation of Japan, this research reveals the significance of political reformation and progression. This study selected and analyzed 15 different sources including books, articles and videos Economically, post-war Japan had a heavy reliance on the United States since the Korean War. Although the bubble economy of Japan through the 1970s provided the Japanese population with political confidence to an extent, The collapse of the bubble economy stopped Japan’s economic growth. Since then, Japan had entered “the lost thirty years”. In addition to the reasons aforementioned, political bureaucratization, lack of actual changes and powerful implicit order caused changing the status quo harder. These are the main factors working behind Japan’s political stagnation.
This article mainly discusses the ideas of Schmitt and Foucault and their impact on society. Schmitt and Foucault are both famous thinkers, and their own ideas are very famous. Exploring the differences between the political thoughts of Schmitt and Foucault would be beneficial for scholars to understand their ideas and better know the reasons for the differences. Schmitt used to be a Nazi, and his ideas were sometimes misunderstood. But this does not affect his and Foucault's ideas, which have led to many changes and progress in society. The first part discusses their respective introductions and their thoughts. The second part describes their differences, including differences in views of sovereign roles, the relationship between power and knowledge, different social backgrounds and Political ideologies, and changes to society. The third part is a discussion about their ideas. The final section analyzes the conclusions of these individuals, their views on rights, and concludes which side is better.
To assure a brighter future for mankind in a world where poverty remains a pervasive and complicated problem, finding practical solutions is essential. To solve poverty on a larger scale, “Unleashing the Power of Action: Solving Poverty Through Group Donations” explores the transformative possibilities of collective giving. The importance of group donations and their potential to reduce poverty are highlighted in this abstract. The study begins by examining the complex nature of poverty, acknowledging that it includes not just material suffering but also restricted access to essential human rights, healthcare, and education. It proves that combating poverty necessitates a comprehensive and team effort, and here is where collective donations excel. The investigation of effective global initiatives for communal giving that have significantly improved areas plagued by poverty forms the basis of the study. These programs have demonstrated that combining the resources of many people or groups may provide better outcomes than solo efforts. Together, we can raise more money and build a feeling of community, empathy, and shared responsibility for others who are less fortunate. Finally, “Unleashing the Power of Action: Solving Poverty Through Group Donations” makes a strong argument for the effectiveness of group donations in combating poverty. It promotes a cooperative strategy that combines resources, knowledge, and compassionate action to bring about long-lasting transformation in underprivileged areas. Society may make substantial progress toward a more just and prosperous future for all by utilizing the power of group donations.
Mindfulness, a psychological construct gaining significant attention in contemporary psychology, originates in ancient traditions. This study aims to shed light on the inception of mindfulness by exploring its profound roots to achieve a deeper understanding of the evolutionary journey of ancient wisdom. Through comprehensive conceptual and historical review, the origin of mindfulness is revisited, uncovering its multifaceted essence. Mindfulness was expounded by referring to its original Pali term, “sati”, which was decoded to “memory”. The conventional description of mindfulness differs from its modern interpretation, as the Buddhist viewpoint emphasizes its role in alleviating unnecessary suffering by nurturing a comprehension of the mind’s mechanisms and the fundamental nature of the material world to pave the way to attain inner tranquility and liberation and awakening.
The former socialist countries of the Cold War have undergone a transition from planned economies to market economies in the context of economic globalization. This is a significant phenomenon that deserves scholarly attention. The paper focuses on Poland and China as two examples of different reform models, paths, and ideologies. A comparative analysis based on factual data is conducted to explore their transition process and outcomes. The results show that the path of transition each country has chosen has both similarities and differences. Both countries have faced various difficulties and opportunities in their reforms, and have adopted different policy measures to improve their domestic development. The conclusion suggests that there is no single optimal model for economic transition, but rather a diversity of choices and trade-offs that depend on the historical, cultural, and political factors of each country. In conclusion, Poland and China are two examples of countries that have undergone significant economic transitions in the past four decades. They have similarities and differences in their economic structure before the transition, their process of the transition, their growth in the past four decades, and their political and systematic factors in the transition. Their experiences provide valuable lessons for other countries that seek to achieve economic development.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental condition characterised by difficulties in social communication and interaction. To enhance the social functioning of individuals with ASD, various intervention strategies including Peer-Mediated Interventions (PMI) and Applied Behavioural Analysis-Based Interventions (ABA-BI), have been developed. This research article conducted a comprehensive comparative analysis by reviewing existing literature to assess PMI’s and ABA-BI’s effectiveness in improving social initiation, social understanding, and social responses in individuals with ASD. The findings revealed that PMI showed better results in improving the social initiation of autistic individuals, while ABA-BI demonstrated better outcomes in enhancing their social responses. However, there is limited research on the improvement outcomes related to social understanding in autistic individuals, and the long-term effects of these interventions were not examined. In addition, certain factors, including gender, cultural context, social context, and age group, may influence the relative effectiveness of these interventions. As is this, more research needs to be conducted to examine the influence of these factors on improving the social interaction ability of autistic individuals. Understanding these influences may help design tailored intervention strategies to optimise treatment outcomes.
Learning motivation is a crucial factor that determines child adjustment and ultimately alters their behavior and mental health. To study different variables that influences learning motivation the most, this research focuses on parenting style and parents’’ education level to expand the object of study. The research developed thorough and complete analysis on previous studies which used different methodologies and perspectives to interpret their data. The paper concludes that the majority of previous studies agree that education level and parenting style have strong impacts on learning motivation of children, despite the fact that their causal relationship and direct influence still remained ambiguous. Findings prove that children tend to have higher learning motivation with parents who undertook higher education level, while authoritative parenting among all parenting styles promotes learning motivation the most. The results underlying various theoretical and practical implications from those studies reveal the relationship between learning motivation and parenting styles and education level. Suggestions and future research directions are also discussed. It is not yet clear which one of the conditions gives the strongest impression to learning motivation for the researchers, and therefore more attention are integrant for the good of both students and parents in terms of motivation of learning.
Sociocultural theory emphasizes the use of sociocultural contexts and cultural artifacts to regulate interpersonal relationships and facilitate thinking and language acquisition. Based on this theory, research on foreign language learning has shown that learning a foreign language is not a personal effort invested blindly, but rather is realized and internalized through language as a cognitive tool with the help of other supports. Learning motivation is an important factor that directly affects the learning behavior and effect of college students, and it is the internal motivation and need that drives students to learn. To understand the current situation of learning motivation of Chinese English majors under the sociocultural theory, this study adopts a questionnaire to investigate the learning motivation status of 150 students majoring in English in a comprehensive undergraduate university. Based on the problems found, this study makes suggestions to both students and teachers to stimulate students’ learning motivation.
Achieving business success usually cannot be done without recognising and analysing the business environment. Similarly, the technological environment has a deep impact on the sports industry. Its development can not only improve the professional performance of athletes and sports members, but also bring a more enjoyable sports perception to the audience. This paper focuses on the influence of technological change in the sports industry and the challenges of applying new technology in the industry. It uses secondary research by collecting and analysing data obtained from reports, books and journal articles. It discovers that technological change has the potential to positively influence both athletes and audiences. It helps contribute to new forms of sports, improve the integration of technology and facilitate athletes’ training performance, enhance athletes’ training interest, as well as helps audiences improve their ticketing experience and venue experience. However, applying new technology is challenged by issues of perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use.
College English Test Band 4 (CET-4) and College English Test Band 6 (CET-6) are administered nationwide, which is of great significance to non-English major students in China. English is the second language of Chinese college students, so it will inevitably have some negative transfer of L1 (first language, the same as mother tongue) in their second language output, but the relationship between negative transfer of L1 and their CET-4 and CET-6 scores is still lack of a unified explanation. Therefore, this study takes 91 Non-English Majors students’ identification of negative transfer of their mother tongue in Chinese to English (C-E) translation and their CET-4 or CET-6 scores as the research objects and uses SPSSAU to analyze the data. The results show that: there is a significant negative correlation between the behavior and thinking mode that may lead to negative transfer and CET-4 (CET-6) total score; CET-4 (CET-6) total score and the identification of negative transfer of L1 in translation are significant positive related. Therefore, colleges and universities should teach non-English majors students the phenomenon of “negative transfer in mother tongue”, and guide students to think and express in the way of second language native speakers when producing second language; Similarly, students should enhance their awareness of the negative transfer of their mother tongue in translation, in order to improve their translation quality, second language ability and CET-4 and CET-6 scores.
Along with the implementation of the Belt and Road Initiative and the deepening of regional police cooperation, China and ASEAN have jointly reached remarkable achievement on cyberspace security governance, whereas facing numerous new counter-cybercrime challenges at the same time, exemplified by diversified modes and high concealment. Undeniably, China and ASEAN have accumulated abundant experience through formal conferences and informal forums, but the low institutionalization of China-ASEAN cooperation has made it hard to timely and effectively respond to the protean transborder telecom frauds. Forewarning mechanism, as an innovative method to combat telecom fraud, could significantly make up for the deficiency under the current China-ASEAN cooperative system, while enriching the Belt and Road cooperation Initiative, raising the efficiency of controlling cybercrimes, exploiting the advantage of Chinese “Internet+” strategy.
Artificial intelligence technology powers ChatGPT, a tool for natural language processing. On the one hand, this kind of more intelligent and cutting-edge technology development has promoted the continuous change of the industrial structure of journalism; on the other hand, it has also caused a large shock to journalists. How journalists use ChatGPT correctly is the research topic of this paper. This paper uses the literature research method and the case study method to focus on the relevant concepts and connotations of ChatGPT, conduct specific research on the application of ChatGPT in journalism, and further analyse the double-sided impact of ChatGPT on journalism. Finally, the paper discusses the coping strategies of journalists in the context of the application of ChatGPT technology at two different levels. In the short term, journalists should learn to master the new artificial intelligence technology of ChatGPT. In the long term, the development prospects for journalists are accompanied by threats. Human beings need to conform to the trend of the times and improve their news capabilities and levels.
With rapid urbanization leading to mass adult migration from rural to urban areas in China, a consequential demographic group called ‘left-behind children’ has emerged. Often left in the care of relatives or on their own, these children experience extended periods of parental absence associated with various mental health implications, notably anxiety disorders. This paper explores anxiety disorders of left-behind Children including depressive symptoms, the effect of COVID-19 and bullying victimization among left-behind children in rural China through literature review. Further, it examines potential interventions from the implementation of online mental health interventions, strengthening community support systems, and policy and financial interventions. Additionally, the paper points towards the potential efficacy of community-based interventions, emphasizing the importance of a multi-pronged approach. The analysis promotes a more thorough investigation into the viability and effectiveness of these interventions, opening the door to better mental health outcomes for underprivileged kids in rural China.
This paper systematically explores the impact of implicit motor learning on motor performance, including the concepts and theoretical foundations of implicit motor learning, its relationship with the development of motor skills and motor performance, the effects and practical applications of implicit motor learning training, as well as the moderating role of psychological factors. Research findings suggest that implicit motor learning training plays a crucial role in enhancing motor skills and promoting rehabilitation, with potential value in sports education. Future research can further investigate individual differences, neural mechanisms, optimization of clinical applications, intervention strategies for psychological factors, and interdisciplinary studies, among other aspects.
With the development of social economy, the fertility rate of various countries has become one of the focuses of attention, among which the fertility rate of the three East Asian countries is one of the important research fields. Among the research results on fertility rates in the three East Asian countries, many topics focus on the analysis of low fertility rates and related policies, while relatively few studies have been conducted on the analysis of fertility trends in the three East Asian countries. Therefore, this paper intends to adopt the ARIMA model in the time series analysis model for analysis and prediction, and further explore the analysis of change trends. It is expected to promote the development of fertility research in the three East Asian countries.
China is now facing a trend of rapid population aging while traditional elderly care models cannot meet the needs to realize effective elderly care. The emergence of smart elderly care could alleviate the situation. However, the adoption of smart elderly care services and the use of smart elderly care products by the elderly are not widespread, and there also exists a situation where elderly individuals lack an understanding of smart elderly care services and products or are unwilling to choose or utilize them. This article conducts a comprehensive review of the adoption of smart elderly care products among China’s aging population. Based on a large amount of literature, the analysis delves into various influencing factors, including individual differences, subjective perceptions, and objective elements. Finally, to enhance the adoption of smart elderly care services and products among China’s elderly people, some proper measures are recommended from the perspective of improving smart elderly care services and encouraging related product use.
The “1+X” certificate system is a new talent development and evaluation model that has emerged in the process of vocational education development in China in recent years. “1” refers to the educational certificate obtained by students studying in vocational schools after three years of on-campus learning, passing all theoretical examinations and skills tests, and completing corresponding internship tasks. “X” refers to obtaining a vocational skill certificate related to the major while obtaining the educational certificate. Taking the employment status and talent competence requirements of the intermediate professional early childhood education major as the starting point, and using the course “0-3 Years Infant and Toddler Care and Education” as an example, this research aims to explore the curriculum construction path of the intermediate vocational early childhood education major through the integration of course and certificate, and cultivate students in this major with a solid foundation of professional knowledge, strong practical abilities, and competitiveness in the job market.
This study addresses the influence of social networks on university students’ academic performance and psychological well-being. With over forty million students engaged in higher education in China, enhancing their educational experience and mental health amidst limited resources has become crucial. Existing research often focuses on educational structures and learning experiences, neglecting campus environment-related factors. Therefore, this study emphasizes the role of social networks in shaping outcomes. Drawing from historical literature, social network analysis’s efficacy in addressing societal concerns is established. Studies reveal that students with more reciprocal connections often exhibit better academic performance. This research amalgamates empirical inquiries, examining network data, academic achievements, and well-being indicators. Findings underscore social networks’ potential to influence academic and psychological dimensions, offering implications for universities and students.