Volume 3 | No. 1 | March 2023 Issue

March 2023


Suicidal risks and coping strategies of student personnel assistants in a southern Philippine college
Daryl B. Casamorin, Henry E. Lemana II, Sherry V. Mecida, Cathy D. Calong, Angelica S.Padilla, Bria Ysabela O. Santiago, John Lloyd B. Mestidio, Kenn N. Tulod, Michael E. Ganayo III, Paloma B. Ladrido, Ralf Vincent P. Bagual
Notre Dame of Tacurong College, Tacurong City, Sultan Kudarat, Philippines

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Socio-demographic characteristics and perceived constraints of the farmers to crop production in selected barangays of Cawayan, Masbate, Philippines
Jacob Fredrick P. Velza, Roger Y. Ibañez, Jr., Novy R. Clores, Donata L. Valler
Cawayan Campus, Dr. Emilio B. Espinosa Sr. Memorial State College of Agriculture and Technology, Philippines
Graduate School, Dr. Emilio B. Espinosa Sr. Memorial State College of Agriculture and Technology, Philippines

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Factors affecting the readiness of digital transformation adopters: A case study in Vietnam
Vinh T. Nguyen, Hue T. Lai, Quynh V. Ha
TNU – University of Information and Communication Technology, Vietnam

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Level of nationalism and level of heritage conservation of pre-service teachers
Ginuel Janzent Alcantara, Jherwin P. Hermosa
Lutucan Central School, Philippines
Laguna State Polytechnic University, Philippines

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Basic level English as foreign language teachers’ experience about English medium instruction  
Hari Prasad Tiwari

Mahendra Multiple Campus, Nepalgunj Tribhuvan University, Nepal

Full Paper PDF Abstract 55-63

Nursing mothers: Adverse events following immunization and its implication for counselling
Kikelomo O. Adubi, Bolanle M. Oyundoyin, Adijat M. Ariyo, R. A. Adekunbi, Abolanle O. Lasode
Department of Home Science and Management, College of Food Science and Human Ecology Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria

Full Paper PDF Abstract 64-77

Gender sensitivity in physical education classes in one state college
Ramonito N. Abesar
Northern Negros State College of Science and Technology

Full Paper PDF Abstract 78-90

The influence of e-commerce adoption on the success of MSMEs in Empat Lawang Regency in the Covid-19 pandemic
Revita Desi Hertin
Faculty of Economy and Business/Jakarta Global University/Indonesia

Full Paper PDF Abstract 91-104

Integrating STEM education: A comprehensive framework for analyzing mathematics classrooms at a primary school
Huey Lei, Tony Li, Janice Ao
University of Saint Joseph, Macao SAR China
Colégio Diocesano de São José, Macao SAR China

Full Paper PDF Abstract 105-116

Professional life quality as correlate to job satisfaction of public elementary teachers: Basis for mental health fatigue solace program
Anthony S. Gonzales, Dennis G. Caballes
Cagmaslog Elementary School, Philippines
National Teachers College, Philippines

Full Paper PDF Abstract 117-133

The development of a disruption responsive smart room technology with attendance management system
Jennifer P. Juaneza
Carlos Hilado Memorial State University-Binalbagan Campus, Philippines

Full Paper PDF Abstract 134-149

Nepalese consumers’ perception on online shopping challenges and its managerial solution

Niranjan Devkota, Shashwat Dhungana, Seeprata Parajuli, Udbodh Bhandari, Udaya Raj Paudel
Quest International College, Pokhara University, Gwarko. Lalitpur, Nepal
Corresponding email: [email protected]

Though the trend for online shopping is increasing still the practice of online shopping in Nepal is at a primitive stage. The study aims to identify Nepalese consumers’ perception of online shopping, challenges, and managerial solution towards online shopping in Kathmandu, Nepal. Descriptive research design was used to describe the customers’ perception of buying online goods. The study was targeted towards those people living in Kathmandu valley who are mainly active on their mobile phones and have bought any goods or services from online platforms. Using purposive sampling, a total of 403 respondents were interviewed with the help of a structured questionnaire using the KOBO Collect Toolbox. This study finds that 66.0% of people believe that there are different challenges while shopping online. A maximum number of respondents (i.e. 41.6%) feel products not matching as shown on the website is the most common faced challenge while doing online shopping. Similarly, choose poor quality products as they could not figure out the difference in online application sites (32.12%), timely delivery of the products (10.95%), hidden costs (8.75%), and long procedures (6.57%) are other challenges that the respondents’ responded. 86.05% of the respondents feel the problems related to online shopping through mobile applications can be managed. Respondents (43.56%) believe that most of the problems related to online shopping through mobile applications can be solved by selling high-quality products that satisfy the customers’ needs by looking online market, selling high-quality goods and services, the safe payment system through a mobile application, strict rules and regulations on online shopping, online shopping environment, managing delivery time, and receiving damaged products at the end of the day can promote online shopping among the customers. Sellers’ positive attitude and behavior can help online shopping market promotion in the market in Nepal.

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