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  • TECHNOLOGY-INDUCED COGNITIVE REACTIONS AMONG UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS TO EXAMINE CONSUMER BEHAVIOR TENDENCIES


  • James Tanoos

Abstract:
There are numerous studies related to consumer behavior preferences of audiences. These studies have often focused on younger demographics, because young consumers will bring in revenue over longer durations of time and thus are coveted by multinational organizations. Today, these studies are less likely to be based on traditional television consumption and more likely to focus on viewers of digital media. This study will analyze the consumer behavior preferences of undergraduate college students


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  • "RELEVENT SOCIO ECONOMIC INDICATORS FOR SUSTAINABLE MINE CLOSURE"


  • 1Rajni Pradhan, 2Dr. Shatrajit Goswami

Abstract:
Mining have a finite life span as it is basically depends on exhaustible resources, and this kind of resources depleting day by day. On the other hand during period of mining operation people want to shift from traditional occupation to mineral extraction job for extra earning. On the Basic earning local area have been developed but after some duration of year mining process will be closed down without alternative livelihood strategy , again world bank identified spill over effect of mines is low ,so in that sense mining is unsustainable. Many researchers tried developed some socio economic indicators for sustainable Mine closure.United nation have also provided sets of socio economic indicators.


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  • CHALLENGES OF OPTIMAL VIRTUAL ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION INFRASTRUCTURE IN POST COVID-19 NIGERIA


  • Arc.Agoha, Basil Onyekozuru,

Abstract:
The covid-19 pandemic exposed the weaknesses of the various institutions at global, national and institutional levels. There is therefore the need to look at the challenges affecting the spheres of the architecture education at both formal and informal levels. The paper x-rays the challenges of virtual architectural education training so as to prepare stakeholders for post Covid-19 architectural education programme.


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