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Middle European Scientific Bulletin
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ISSN (Online) 2694-9970
Published by Publishing house Education and Science s.r.o. Homepage  [1 journal]
  • Modern Tendencies of Digitalization and their Impact on Economic

    • Authors: Sharaf Urokboevich Tashmatov
      Abstract: the article discusses the concept of digitalization and its essence, modern trends in digitalization, the importance of digitalization in economic development
      PubDate: Tue, 30 May 2023 00:00:00 +000
  • Analysis of the Effectivines of Flipped Classroom Implementation Through
           WhatsApp, Web, and Google Classroom in Elementary Schools

    • Authors: Dzakiroh Fikriyyah; Ida Rindaningsih
      Abstract: The Development Of Information Technology Can Change The Learning Model That Tends To Be Passive Into Active Learning With An Innovative Digital-Based Classroom Model. Learning Models That Are By Technological Development And Related To Learning Outside The Classroom And In The Classroom Are Needed. The Purpose Of The Study Was To Determine The Effectiveness Of Flipped Classroom Learning On The Learning Outcomes Of Elementary School Students. This Research Is Quantitative Research And Has Gone Through A Data Analysis Test. The Finding In This Study Is The Existence Of Flipped Cl Classroom Learning Flows On Whatsapp, Web, And Google Classroom. The Results Showed That There Were Variants Of Differences In Learning Results In Each Tool Used By Schools. The Findings In This Study Are Conducive Learning Flows Based On Flipped Classroom Studies And Learning Outcomes That Have Been Researched By Previous Researchers.
      PubDate: Mon, 22 May 2023 00:00:00 +000
  • Detection of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) Bacteria
           in Integrated Laboratory Handwashing Facilities

    • Authors: Kurniawan; Rena Rafinda Sufi, Kurnia Ritma Dhanti, Naufal Kurniawan, Novericko Ginger Budiono, M. Yusuf
      Abstract: Staphylococcus aureus is one of the normal flora bacterial species in humans which is susceptible to resistance to antibiotics. The example of which is Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). It is resistant to the antibiotic β-lactam classes and its spread is quite widespread. It has spread not only in hospital, but also in the community environment. So, it is suspected that it has reached the campus environment which has several laboratories. One of the facilities in Universitas Muhammadiyah Purwokerto is an integrated laboratory which has a hand washing facility (sink). It is very potential to be a medium for transmission and spread of MRSA, yet the research related to this has never been done. Hence, the objective of this study is to reveal the presence or absence of MRSA and also the percentage of MRSA in the hand washing facility at the Integrated Laboratory of Universitas Muhammadiyah Purwokerto. It is an observational descriptive study, furthermore, the obtained data were analyzed by univariate analysis. The results indicated that there were 2 MRSA isolates scattered in the Microbiology and Biochemistry Laboratory, 2 isolates in the Botany and Genetics Laboratory, and 2 isolates in the Laboratory Equipment Washing Room. The percentage of the number of which was 27%. The conclusion indicated that Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) was found in the three rooms of laboratory. Furthermore, the percentage of MRSA in the hand washing facilities in the Integrated Laboratory is 27%.
      PubDate: Mon, 15 May 2023 00:00:00 +000
  • Leasing as a Factor of Economic Growth

    • Authors: Shazadayev Farkhad; Sadikov Akbar
      Abstract: In the article, the importance of leasing in the development of the agricultural sector. Economic mechanisms that directly and indirectly affect the leasing activity are analyzed. Leasing services are considered as a factor that directly promotes economic growth, and stimulates the provision of basic means for the production, storage and initial processing of agricultural products. The main goal of the research is to reduce production costs by promoting leasing services, provide the agricultural sector with basic tools, and determine the role of leasing services in the growth of the economy. A number of indicators were used to determine the impact of leasing in the promotion of expanded repetitive production in the agricultural sector: capital productivity, resource supply, level of mechanization of production, etc. The high role of agriculture in the republic's economy, as well as the high volume of the agricultural sector in the GDP, indicate the importance of providing the sector with basic tools.
      PubDate: Sat, 13 May 2023 00:00:00 +000
  • Analysis of Factors Affecting the Process of Effective Use of Production

    • Authors: Djurayev Bekzod; Alobitdinov Sardor
      Abstract: It is known that in the analysis it is very important to determine the financial and economic activity of the enterprise and its results. The effectiveness of the enterprise's activity depends on how effectively it uses fixed assets and production reserves. For this, it is necessary to use production reserves wisely. Because the total income obtained as a result of the effective use of production reserves further strengthens the level of profitability and financial ability of the enterprise. In the case of correct assessment of production reserves, the case was analyzed on the basis of accounting information on the case of specific joint-stock companies and the private enterprise "Korrectmebel" LLC.
      PubDate: Sat, 13 May 2023 00:00:00 +000
  • Normative Legal Act as a Source of Law

    • Authors: Alisher Ilkhamboevich Bekchanov
      Abstract: In this scientific article, the category of "normative-legal document" which is considered as a legal document defining, changing or canceling the legal provisions containing mandatory state instructions for all, has been thoroughly analyzed scientifically and legally. Within the framework of the topic, the theoretical views of mature scientists and foreign researchers were analyzed and a scientific debate was started with them.
      PubDate: Sat, 13 May 2023 00:00:00 +000
  • Implementation Of Practical Aspects Of Administrative And Legal Regulation
           In The Field Of Environmental Protection

    • Authors: Pirniyazova G.J
      Abstract: Based on the study of legal acts in the field of environmental protection and the analysis of scientists' opinions, the article proposes the implementation of practical aspects of administrative and legal regulation in the field of environmental protection.
      PubDate: Tue, 09 May 2023 00:00:00 +000
  • Impact Assessment of Industrial Development on Environment : A Case Study
           of Beawar District

    • Authors: Dr. Rajesh Sharma
      Abstract: Since the Industrial Revolution, human activities have made a significant negative impact on the environment. Pollution and carbon emissions contribute to deteriorating our natural environment and atmosphere. These consequences of industrial action pose a threat to human society and all other life seen in Beawar, Rajasthan. Understanding the environmental effects of industry is essential so we can move forward with appropriate decision-making and remedy these issues. When we comprehend the consequences of our actions, we can begin to make changes in our behaviors that can promote environmental protection. Industrial farming includes practices like the use of machinery that runs on fossil fuels and harmful fertilizers and pesticides. Other practices include giving livestock antibiotics and hormones as well as offering less humane living conditions. These practices have led to soil deterioration, air and water pollution, and increased greenhouse gas emissions, in Beawar, Rajasthan.
      PubDate: Thu, 04 May 2023 00:00:00 +000
  • Effects of Drugs on Mental Health

    • Authors: Renu Tyagi; Rekha Kalani, Chandresh Pareek
      Abstract: People take drugs for many different reasons. You may begin out of curiosity, rebelliousness, or because your friends take them. You may enjoy taking them and want to repeat the experience. You may take drugs when you’re unhappy, stressed or trying to cope with problems in your life. If you have a mental health diagnosis, you may use drugs to help you cope with the symptoms.Drugs can act as a temporary prop to get you through difficult times. However, drugs can make difficult feelings and emotions even worse. And in the long term, any feelings of relief won’t last. You may find yourself using more and more drugs to deal with your problems and risk becoming dependent on them – which can create new problems for you. There are different ways drugs can affect your mental health. For some people, taking drugs can lead to long-term mental health problems.Regular cannabis use can increase your risk of anxiety or depression. There’s also a link between using stronger cannabis and developing psychosis or schizophrenia. The Rethink website has more information on cannabis and mental health.Stimulant drugs can make you feel depressed, anxious and paranoid. Cocaine – a type of stimulant – can make previous mental health problems recur and trigger psychosis and schizophrenia. Ecstasy users can experience memory problems.Hallucinogenic drugs such as magic mushrooms can make any mental health issues worse. They can make you feel detached from your surroundings and cause flashbacks, which can be frightening or distressing.Mixing it with alcohol or drugs can be dangerous or even fatal if you take medication. Mind has more information about the possible effects of mixing different drugs.You may feel you’re no longer in control of your drug use or need to take more of it to feel an effect. If so, you could be becoming addicted. Drug addiction is linked to mental health problems.Taking any drug can be dangerous.
      PubDate: Wed, 03 May 2023 00:00:00 +000
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