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CATEGORY : Research Topic on Business Management [ Original Research Article ]

SL.No. Detailed information of the published article
 1 Manuscript Title : Value at risk (VAR)-Non-parametric methodologies : An approach to the study and application
Author’s Name : Adalmiro Álvaro Malheiro de Castro Andrade Pereira*Ângela Daniela da Silva Vaz Eduardo Manuel Lopes de Sá e Silva 3
Article Type : Original Research Article
Country from : PORTUGAL
Date of Publication:  20-10-2021
Journal Name : Advance Research Journal of Multidisciplinary Discoveries [ ISSN : 2456-1045 ]
Article Identification : Vol. 63.0/Issue
-I/Chapter-I/Page – 01-11 [JULY-2021 EDITION ]
Article Code : BM-V63-I1-C1-JULY-2021
Status : Officially published
Publisher : International Journal Foundation  
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Doi No : 10.6084/m9.figshare.16821949

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ABSTRACTVAR (Value at Risk), is the maximum probable loss of a portfolio for a given level of confidence, within a specified time horizon. In Instruction No. 4/2008, Banco de Portugal defines Value-at-risk to be “the maximum expected loss that is not exceeded with a specific probability (confidence level) and for a certain period of time (detention period) “.

There are several methodologies for estimating VAR, but they are divided into two large groups: non-parametric (Historical simulations and Monte Carlo simulations) and parametric, based on variance and covariancy.  click here

 

We will only look at non-parametric methodologies:

  • Historical Simulations that are based on the assumption that the future change in the prices of the relevant assets in the portfolio, is distributed in the same way as in the past;
  • Monte Carlo simulations whose difference to historical simulations lies in the way of obtaining the simulated scenarios, which constitute a sample generated in a (pseudo) random way taking into account a given distribution.

KEYWORDS:  VAR; historical simulations; Monte Carlo simulations, finance portfolio. JEL: classification G32

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Educational Psychology [ Original Research Article ]

SL.No. Detailed information of the published article
2 Manuscript Title : Flow academic students in junior high school in flood prone areas: The role of adjustment, adversity intelligence and task commitment.
Author’s Name : Marina Dwi Mayangsari*1,Triana Swastikasari2 Nurzalina Fathiah3 Fataya Ramadhaniah Safitri4 Muhammad Lutfi5
Article Type : Original Research Article
Country from : INDONESIA
Date of Publication:  20-09-2021
Journal Name : Advance Research Journal of Multidisciplinary Discoveries [ ISSN : 2456-1045 ]
Article Identification : Vol. 62.0/Issue
-I/Chapter-I/Page – 01-08 [JUNE-2021 EDITION ]
Article Code : EPSY-V62-I1-C1-JUNE-2021
Status : Officially published
Publisher : International Journal Foundation  
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Doi No : 10.6084/m9.figshare.16635829———————————————————————————————————————————–ABSTRACTFlow conditions are one of the important factors in the learning process because students who are in a state of academic flow will feel comfortable, focused , and able to enjoy learning activities so as to foster self-motivation. Self adjustment, adversity intelligence and task commitment are estimated to play a role in the academic flow of students attending school in flood-prone areas because the difficult situations faced by students require them to have these three variables in order to achieve flow conditions. click here
 The purpose of this study was to determine the role of self-adjustment, adversity intelligence and task commitment to academic flow. Research respondents were students of SMP Salafiyah Islamic Boarding School “Syekh Muhammad Arsyad Albanjary” grades 7, 8 and 9 totaling 175 people with simple random sampling technique. This study uses four measuring tools, namely the academic flow scale, self-adjustment scale, adversity intelligence scale and task commitment scale. Data analysis using multiple linear regression proves that there is a role for adjustment, adversity intelligence and task commitment to academic flow (F(3, 171)=2.139 p<0.05). Adjustment, adversity intelligence and task commitment also partially contributed significantly to academic flow (p < 0.05). It can be concluded that the academic flow of students in flood-prone areas can be influenced by their adjustment conditions, adversity intelligence, and task commitment.  

KEYWORDS:  Bornu basin, Basement Complex, provenance, Pan African, U-Pb age.

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Social Science [ Original Research Article ]

SL.No. Detailed information of the published article
 3 Manuscript Title : Terrorism in Northern Nigeria: An Appraisal of Its Impact on the Educational System
Author’s Name : 1Gbenemene Kpae* , 2Agoola S.Tajudeen
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : NIGERIA
Date of Publication:  25-08-2021
Journal Name : Advance Research Journal of Multidisciplinary Discoveries [ ISSN : 2456-1045 ]
Article Identification : Vol. 61.0/Issue
-I/Chapter-II/Page – 03-09 [MAY-2021 EDITION ]
Article Code : SS-V61-I1-C2-MAY-2021
Status : Officially published
Publisher : International Journal Foundation  
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Doi No : 10.6084/m9.figshare.15456354
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ABSTRACT: The work examined terrorism and its impact on Education in Northern Nigeria. This study investigated how the rate of kidnapping and killing of school students and teachers in the Northern Nigeria has negatively affected the educational system. It also examined the level of attack on educational facilities in the North and how the Boko Haram sect has used schools as bases of its operation.  click here
 Lastly, the study investigated the responses of the Nigerian government to protect school children, teachers and educational facilities from attack. The theoretical framework adopted for this study is the general systems theory. The study is descriptive in nature. It dwells primarily on secondary sources of data, namely, textbooks, journal articles, newspaper publications and the internet. The technique of analysis adopted is content analysis. The study found that Boko Haram has killed and kidnapped thousands of school children and teachers. The study also found that the sect has destroyed several educational facilities.  The study further found that both Boko Haram and government forces have used several schools as their base of operation. All these have disrupted learning in the North. From the findings of the study, the following recommendations were made; the government should endeavor to find out the root cause of Boko Haram insurgency and why youths are being recruited easily to the terror group. Adequate security be made available to protect students and schools in the North so that children can continue their schools uninterrupted. Since poverty has been the number one harbinger of Boko Haram insurgency, efforts must be made to reduce the rate of poverty in the region. The Nigerian government must embark on effective poverty alleviation and human capital development programs for youth who are most vulnerable to recruitment and radicalization.KEYWORDS: Terrorism, kidnapping, education, Northern Nigeria, ransom..

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Education [ Original Research Article ]

SL.No. Detailed information of the published article
4 Manuscript Title : Provenance of the cretaceous to tertiary sequences in the Bornu Basin, Nigeria.
Author’s Name : Peter S. Ola ,John A. Adekoya2
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : NIGERIA
Date of Publication:  10-07-2021
Journal Name : Advance Research Journal of Multidisciplinary Discoveries [ ISSN : 2456-1045 ]
Article Identification : Vol. 59.0/Issue
-I/Chapter-I/Page – 01-0610 [MARCH-2021 EDITION ]
Article Code : AGEO-V59-I1-C1-MAR-2021
Status : Officially published
Publisher : International Journal Foundation  
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Doi No : 10.5281/zenedo.5089882
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ABSTRACTGeochronological ages derived from zircon grains (U – Pb age dating) from Basement Complex rocks surrounding the Bornu Basin, Nigeria and ditch cutting samples from six wells (Gaibu – 1,Kasade – 1, Kinasar – 1, Kutchali – 1, Mbeji – 1, Ngor – 1) located in different parts of the basin were compared in this study for provenance evaluation. Based on field work carried out, three main suites of crystalline rocks in and around the Bornu Basin sample dare: migmatite–gneiss complex, Older Granites (Pan African granites), and Tertiary Basalts.  click here
 The gross geochronological data from the Basement Complex rocks show the predominance of Pan African age varying from about 500-600 Ma. Few of the basement samples yielded higher ages, particularly those from Goza 2 and Kano road, which are characterized by U-Pb age ranging from more than 1500 to 2500 Ma. The U-Pb age of 13 ditch cutting samples taken from different stratigraphic units of different ages in six selected wells in the basin yielded ages that are remarkably similar except in two cases. Essentially, a mean age of about 600Ma was obtained for the samples. The geochronological data of the sediments, in spite of being deposited at different times in the Cretaceous and Tertiary, correlate neatly with those of the Basement Complex rocks surrounding the basin. This indicates that the bulk of the sediments in the Bornu Basin were derived from its surrounding Basement Complex rocks.KEYWORDS:  Bornu basin, Basement Complex, provenance, Pan African, U-Pb age.

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Medical Science [ Original Research Article ]

SL.No. Detailed information of the published article
 5 Manuscript Title : Adolescents Reproductive Health: Aspects of free sex prevention knowledge and behavior
Author’s Name : Muhammad Azmiyannoor1Zaliha2Fatma Liliansi Nora3Nurul Salsabila Yasmina4  Andini Octaviana Putri5  Vina Yulia Anhar Fauzie Rahman Anggun Wulandari8
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : INDONESIA
Date of Publication:  10-07-2021
Journal Name : Advance Research Journal of Multidisciplinary Discoveries [ ISSN : 2456-1045 ]
Article Identification : Vol. 59.0/Issue
-I/Chapter-II/Page – 11-16 [MARCH-2021 EDITION ]
Article Code : MDS-V59-I1-C2-MAR-2021
Status : Officially published
Publisher : International Journal Foundation  
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Doi No : 10.5281/zenedo.5089898
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ABSTRACTFree sex behavior among adolescents continues to increase, so that it needs special attention from all circles. Cases of unwanted pregnancy, abortion, and premarital sexually transmitted diseases are increasingly occurring. Knowledge and behavior about adolescent sexuality are the main factors for free sex behavior in adolescents. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between aspects of reproductive health knowledge and free sex behavior in adolescents. click here
 The research method is analytic observational with a cross-sectional design. The study was conducted on adolescents with vulnerable ages 10-24 years, amounting to 81 people in Hulu Sungai Regency with proportional simple random sampling. Univariate analysis using frequency distribution tables and bivariate using the chi square test with Cl 95% and alpha 0.05 to determine the relationship between knowledge of reproductive health and adolescent sexual behavior. The results showed p-value = 0.30> 0.05 which indicated that there was no relationship between knowledge of reproductive health and free sex behavior among adolescents in North Hulu Sungai Regency.KEYWORDS : Reproductive Health, Adolescents, Free Sex.

CATEGORY : Research Topic on Education [ Original Research Article ]

SL.No. Detailed information of the published article
 5 Manuscript Title : Tolerance Level Difference between State School Students and Religious-Based School Students on Peatlands
Author’s Name : Rika Vira Zwagery 1Marina Dwi Mayangsari 2Rendy Alfianoor Achmad Nor Mai Leza4
Article Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE 
Country from : INDONESIA
Date of Publication:  10-07-2021
Journal Name : Advance Research Journal of Multidisciplinary Discoveries [ ISSN : 2456-1045 ]
Article Identification : Vol. 59.0/Issue
-I/Chapter-III/Page – 17-21 [MARCH-2021 EDITION ]
Article Code : EDU-V59-I1-C3-MAR-2021
Status : Officially published
Publisher : International Journal Foundation  
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Doi No : 10.5281/zenedo.5089968
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ABSTRACTThe crisis of tolerance in Indonesia is increasing significantly; many frictions between religious communities happened and even made a fight between them. Because of it, harmony and tolerance between religious communities are needed to avoid disunity. The condition of tolerance among religious people in each region is different; the differences level of tolerance in a person can be influenced by their regional origin and education.click here
 The purpose of this study was to determine differences in tolerance of students with different educational backgrounds, namely students in public schools and students in faith-based schools. The study was conducted in state-based (SMP) and religion-based (MTS) junior high schools in South Kalimantan Peatlands. Subjects numbered 244 people, with 122 junior high students and 122 religion-based junior high school students. This research is a comparative descriptive study comparing tolerance between students in public schools with students in religious base schools. Based on the results of the independent sample t-test obtained p = 0.006 (p <0.05), there is a difference in religious tolerance between students attending public schools and students attending religious-based schools. Based on these results, it is known that junior high school students have a higher tolerance level than religious-based schools students because junior high schools or state schools are heterogeneous so that it is easier to accept differences, whereas religious-based schools are homogeneous more challenging to accept differences because they will assume that all people are the same so they might make conflicts occur and therefore religious tolerance is needed between one another. Besides education, other factors that influence tolerance are found, namely, gender. It is known that women have a higher tolerance attitude than men.KEYWORDS : Tolerance, Religion-based school, Students

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