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    Tracer Study of Education and Graduate Program Alumni (2016–2022) at Surigao Del Norte State University.Elvis Patulin, Louella Degamon, Emmylou Borja & Ma Crisanta Vasquez - 2024 - Journal of Interdisciplinary Perspectives 2 (7):255-268.
    Educational institutions strive to produce graduates who are competent and competitive both domestically and globally. This graduate tracer study investigated the employment outcomes of graduates from the College of Teacher Education (CTE) and Graduate School (GS) Programs from SY 2016-2022. Data collection methods included Google forms, surveys, and phone calls. Of the 2846 CTE graduates, 2491 (87.75%) were traced, and of the 659 GS graduates, 550 (83.45%) were traced. Findings revealed that CTE graduates were predominantly single females aged 24 or (...)
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  2. Reductive analysis of selected arguments against the existence of God.Elvis Omondi Kauka - 2018 - International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Sciences 12 (2):424-427.
    The purpose of this Perspective Essay was to logically examine and rebut some of the common arguments posited by Atheists against the existence of God. The essay is purely philosophical. The critical tool of discourse is Deductive argumentation. The essay infers that appealing to the existence of evil as proof against God's existence is a weak argument based on a faulty conception of the term ‘evil'. It also deduces that what an Atheist calls biblical contradictions are not in the strictest (...)
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  3. Analysis of ecopedagogy: Lessons from African indigeneous education.Elvis Omondi Kauka & Justine Mukhungulu Maira - 2018 - International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Research 6 (2):108-114.
    African indigenous education is a mode of study that was fashioned to propagate and disseminate African economic and socio-cultural practices. This study gyrates on the extent to which this education inculcated ideal environmental consciousness among its recipients. The study analyses philosophical canons of indigenous African education and the role each canon played in sustaining a healthy environment. The method used in this study is analysis as it facilitates easy juxtaposition of philosophical canons of African indigenous education with the tenets of (...)
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  4. Employment, Employability and Competencies of the Bachelor of Secondary Education Graduates.Manuel Caingcoy, Iris April Ramirez, Derren Gaylo, Ma Isidora Adajar, Elvie Lacdag & Gem Aiah Blanco - 2021 - Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry (TOJQI) 12 (6):872-884.
    Tracing graduates has become an imperative for higher education institutions much more during the pandemic. This tracer determined the employment and employability status of the 2019 BSE graduates and identified the competencies they adequately acquired and deemed vital for work. It used descriptive design, and data were collected from the 103 graduates through a google form with open and closed-ended questions administered between November and December 2020. Results revealed that most of the graduates had been employed in teaching and teaching-related (...)
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  5. Fifty Million Elvis Fans Can’t be Wrong.Gordon Belot - 2018 - Noûs:946-981.
    This essay revisits some classic problems in the philosophy of space and time concerning the counting of possibilities. I argue that we should think that two Newtonian worlds can differ only as to when or where things happen and that general relativistic worlds can differ in something like the same way—the first of these theses being quaintly heterodox, the second baldly heretical, according to the mores of contemporary philosophy of physics.
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  6. Travolta’s Elvis-man and the Nietzschean Superman.Ian Schnee & Bence Nanay - 2007 - In K. Silem Mohammad & Richard Greene (eds.), Quentin Tarantino and Philosophy: How to Philosophize with a Pair of Pliers and a Blowtorch. Open Court.
    Vincent Vega from Pulp Fiction and the Nietzschian Superman!!!
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  7. Ideal observers, real observers, and the return of Elvis.Ronald A. Rensink - 1996 - In David C. Knill & Whitman Richards (eds.), Perception as Bayesian Inference. Cambridge University Press. pp. 451-455.
    Knill, Kersten, & Mamassian (Chapter 6) provide an interesting discussion of how the Bayesian formulation can be used to help investigate human vision. In their view, computational theories can be based on an ideal observer that uses Bayesian inference to make optimal use of available information. Four factors are important here: the image information used, the output structures estimated, the priors assumed (i.e., knowledge about the structure of the world), and the likelihood function used (i.e., knowledge about the projection of (...)
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  8. Sailing the Seas of Cheese.Erik Anderson - 2010 - Contemporary Aesthetics 8.
    Memphis Elvis is cool; Vegas Elvis is cheesy. How come? To call something cheesy is, ostensibly, to disparage it, and yet cheesy acts are some of the most popular in popular culture today. How is this possible? The concepts of cheese, cheesy, and cheesiness play an important and increasingly ubiquitous role in popular culture today. I offer an analysis of these concepts, distinguishing them from nearby concepts like kitchy and campy. Along the way I draw attention to the (...)
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  9. Os Jovens e a Religião na Sociedade Actual. Comportamentos, Crenças, Atitudes e Valores no Distrito de Braga.Eduardo Duque - 2007 - Council of Europe, Secretaria de Estado da Juventude, Instituto Português da Juventude.
    As sociedades ocidentais têm considerado, pelo menos nas últimas décadas, a juventude como um elemento motriz e dinamizador do processo de transformação social. É por isso vista, pela sociedade, como a impulsionadora da História, agente de reforma, de motivação, de esperança e, até mesmo, em alguns casos, como “sujeito revolucionário”. O certo é que os jovens, nos anos sessenta e setenta, determinaram uma importante função no desenvolvimento da modernização das estruturas sociais e, rompendo com as estruturas normativas dominantes em busca (...)
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