Open Access Systematic Review Article

Analysis of Flipped Classroom Methodology in Students: A Systematic Review

Luz Mirian Ruiz Becerra

Asian Journal of Education and Social Studies, Page 27-32
DOI: 10.9734/ajess/2021/v19i130454

This review article aimed to analyze scientific production of the invested classroom methodology in students from 2017 to 2020, under a bibliographic methodology, as a technique it used the documentary analysis of databases like Ebscohost, Scopus, Eric, Science Direct and Scielo whose sample was 17 articles plus 25 to 30 scientific articles corresponding to years 2017 to 2020. On the other hand, Boolean connectors such as and/or were used, as well as quotes for a more specific search. The prism diagram was used, reaching conclusion on the analysis of selected scientific articles, it is concluded the flipped classroom is a methodology favors the change from traditional teaching process to an interactive teaching-learning process, where it is reinforced with use of technology that attracts attention of students through development of attractive activities promote meaningful learning for student.

Open Access Original Research Article

Traditional Architecture in Romanian Philately (VI): the Case Study Regarding Households from Stănești, Straja, Șuici, Șurdești and Tilișca

Bogdan-Vasile Cioruța, Alexandru Leonard Pop, Mirela Coman

Asian Journal of Education and Social Studies, Page 8-17
DOI: 10.9734/ajess/2021/v19i130452

In addition to the series dedicated to traditional architecture, through this study aims to present the way in which the households from Stănești, Straja, Șuici, Șurdești and Tilișca are represented at philatelic level. In this approach, stamps, semi-illustrated and illustrated postcards, maximum postcards and other philatelic effects were used. All this was identified, indexed, analyzed, and described in terms of information provided by philatelic catalogs and sites with dedicated content (such as Colnect®, Delcampe®, PicClick®, and StampWorld®). Following the analysis of the identified pieces, it can be concluded that the respective areas (Stănești, Straja, Șuici, Șurdești and Tilișca) are well delimited from a philatelic point of view, both the exterior and the interior are very carefully represented.

Open Access Original Research Article

Effects of Corruption and the Black Economy on Economic Growth in the CFA Franc Zone Countries

Raphaël Erick Assoa Essono, Ibrahim Nji Ngouhouo

Asian Journal of Education and Social Studies, Page 33-45
DOI: 10.9734/ajess/2021/v19i130457

We conducted this study to empirically analyse the effects of corruption and the underground economy on economic growth in the case of the CFA franc zone countries over the period 2000-2016. To do so, we have carried out econometric estimations using panel data. Our empirical results obtained by the PMG (Pooled Mean Group) method confirm a negative relationship between economic growth and the underground economy in the short and long term. However, the long-run effect of corruption on economic growth is positive, while this effect becomes negative in the short run. The results could provide insight into different ways of fighting corruption and the shadow economy.

Open Access Review Article

Scientific Contributions of Entrepreneurial Culture and Competitiveness in Markets

Danilo Santa Cruz Cabanillas

Asian Journal of Education and Social Studies, Page 1-7
DOI: 10.9734/ajess/2021/v19i130451

This descriptive review seeks to inquire about scientific contributions of entrepreneurial culture and competitiveness in markets in 2020, because the way of doing business in different supply markets, in our times is in a constant dynamic. In this way, an increasing number of people have been identified who start a business, who, in turn, face different established and recognized businesses, which generates strong competition in sales. This review perceives entrepreneurship as a generator of human, economic and social development in merchant’s population of different vegetable markets, generating new opportunities and a better life quality.

Open Access Review Article

A Review of Leadership: Different Leadership Theories and Styles Relevant to Education Leadership

Poorna Perera, Thanuja Witharana, Prabath Withanage

Asian Journal of Education and Social Studies, Page 18-26
DOI: 10.9734/ajess/2021/v19i130453

This academic investigation on education leadership theories and styles sought to investigate the effect of different leadership styles practicing in educational organizations and their impact on overall performance of the organization. A summarized overview of the meaning of leadership is followed by an elaborated enquiry on different leadership theories and styles. This study followed a qualitative research approaches where secondary research data from previously published research articles will be integrated and interpreted. This article validates that identification and application of proper leadership theory and style is crucial in educational organization success. Knowledge on range of effective leadership approach offers the prospect to further refine the existing school leadership by accepting and employing the basic principles and styles of those. Based on the available reliable literature, this theoretical study concludes that understanding the most suitable leadership style or the combination of leadership styles is crucial in achieving common goal attainment which is ultimately result in organizational/ school overall success.