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    Emotional Intelligence and Personal Finances in the Academic Curricula: A Critical Analysis of Their Potential Synergies.Synthia Imam, Alberto Ibañez Fernandez, Gyanendra Singh Sisodia, Juan Antonio Jimber del Río & Ahmed Al Radaideh - 2022 - Asian Culture and History 14 (1):6.
    The research addresses two major topics, Emotional Intelligence and Personal Finance, and the need to be permanently included in the academic curricula. The purpose of the paper consists in raising awareness within the teaching community on the relevance of these two topics for the personal and professional development of students. Furthermore, the research identifies the potential positive synergies between emotional intelligence and personal finances for students when both subjects are included in the academic curricula. The study proposes several conceptual findings (...)
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  2. Research on the Development Plan and the Method of Heritage Preservation and Utilisation in Asuka Village.Nan Jiang & Yasufumi Uekita - 2022 - Asian Culture and History 14 (1):76.
    Asuka Village, known as “the beginning of the Japanese state,” started its protection in 1996. Asuka Village has begun its unique system of protection: the “Asuka Village Traditional Scenic Beauty Preservation Plan” to provide the regulations and the “Asuka Village Development Plan” to guide the preservation and utilisation of historical resources and village development. In the 40 years since the preservation of Asuka Village began, the village has continued this planning system. This study summarises the preservation and utilisation of the (...)
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  3. A Brief Overview Comparing the Core Theories, Cultivation Practices and the Interrelationships of Buddhism, Daoism, Brahmanism and Yoga.Shaun C. R. Ramsden - 2022 - Asian Culture and History 14 (1):16.
    Philosophical systems of the East have long been researched in the West. With the flux of recent scholarship, especially in the last fifteen years, many new discoveries have been made. These discoveries have shed much light on comparative studies and reveal many new and previously unknown connections. This paper has used the scholarship of various contemporary authors to compare and contrast the main philosophical systems of the East which includes Buddhism, philosophical Daoism, Brahmanism, yoga and sometimes Jainism. This paper has (...)
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    100 Years Sitti Nurbaya: A View on the Social Criticism in the Novel Sitti Nurbaya.Alexander Stark & Balazs Huszka - 2022 - Asian Culture and History 14 (1):67.
    Sitti Nurbaya is one of the first modern Indonesian novels, and it was published in the year 1922. It illustrates the tragic story of a teenager who is forced to marry an older man. In this research paper, the researchers want to look at the social criticism of Marah Rusli, the author of Sitti Nurbaya. Such a perspective can reveal the inner dynamics of the Minangkabau society of West Sumatra, the setting of the novel. Marah Rusli originates from West Sumatra, (...)
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    Functions of Millenarism in Premodern Japanese Literature.Motoko Tanaka - 2022 - Asian Culture and History 14 (1):55.
    This article explores social functions of millenarism which are defined in the field of social studies, history, and theology, focusing on its subversive nature to change power relationships between people. It also discusses whether theories about millenarism are also applicable to the Japanese tradition, which has been strongly influenced by Buddhism. The latter part of the article examines the way in which social functions of millenarian attempts were described in premodern Japanese literature, in the Heian and the Kamakura periods. Particular (...)
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    Dominated Females: Lu Yin’s The Heart of Women and the New Woman.Fang Wan - 2022 - Asian Culture and History 14 (1):1.
    China’s political, social and cultural environment during the 1920s and 1930s shaped the ‘new woman’ notion, which was a crucial dynamic of female liberation during the May Fourth era. In Lu Yin’s novel The Heart of Women, the image of new woman is secondary to the cause of China’s modernisation in a male-dominated May Fourth discourse. This essay will explore this position from three perspectives. The construction of the new woman during the May Fourth era characterises the first point. The (...)
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