Transformation of spatial pattern and declining of social capital in Dhaka city , Bangladesh
In human settlement, there is a strong link between spatial quality and societal values. A space has two facts: physical phenomenon and a mental arena. Both of them are influenced by the social process (Sheikh, 2006). Nowadays in our country, we are experiencing rapid unplanned urbanization due to the pressure of huge population and globalization.
Application of sensitivity analysis in self purification of the Surma River , Bangladesh
The rivers which flow through a city show an appreciable decline in water quality but they are often difficult to specify the exact cause of deterioration. Also the treatment of pollution of river is very troublesome. This study finds the treatment efficiency of the Surma River by its self purification capacity due to the pollution through discharges of choras (small canal), industrial wastewater discharges, and human excreta disposal.
Predicting labour unrest though the lenses of theory of planned behevior : cases from BEPZA
Industrial dispute has been touted as a major constraint in the economy of Bangladesh. While poor management and inadequate institutional factors were widely blamed for the high propensity of industrial dispute, formation of workersâ€™ behavioural intention of industrial dispute has hardly been studied in the context of Bangladesh.
Same old, same old: from boring to creative presentation
This study compares attitudes of tertiary-level students in Australia and Bangladesh towards the use_x000D_ of technology in lectures and seminars. Students were shown audiovisual recordings of two_x000D_ seminars. The content and teacher in both seminars were identical.
Mathematical modeling of health service utilization data using multiple logistic regression
Many women in Nepal experience life threatening complications during pregnancy and child birth._x000D_ Place of delivery is an important aspect of maternal health services. By delivery at a health_x000D_ institution, women receive better facilities and assistance than delivery at home.
Estimating money demand function of Bangladesh
Although money demand equations have been estimated for many western countries, yet only_x000D_ recently many researchers have investigated the demand for money in mixed economies like_x000D_ Bangladesh. Co-integration technique is now a common method of estimating any money demand_x000D_ function.
Unplanned urbanization and hill cutting: a study on environmental change in sylhet
Bangladesh is a developing country having diversified environmental issues especially in the city_x000D_ area. The present study was conducted in Sylhet City Corporation; one of the rapidly developing_x000D_ urban areas in the north-eastern region of Bangladesh to identify the main environmental problems_x000D_ due to rapidly increase population, unplanned urbanization and hill cutting.
Use of Mustard oil as an alternative and renewable substitute of Fossil diesel
Energy is the prerequisite for modern civilization. Fossil fuel is still the main source of energy. But_x000D_ the endless consumption of fossil fuel has brought its reserve about to an end. As a result, fuel prices_x000D_ are growing as a consequence of spiraling demand and diminishing supply. So we are always in search_x000D_ of alternative and cost effective fuels, to meet our need.
A comparative study on dispersivity of Arsenic among Surma, Sari and Volaganj sand
Transport mechanism of Arsenic (As) through the Surma, Sari and Volaganj sand is the prime_x000D_ concern of this study. Three column leaching tests were performed to find the dispersivity property_x000D_ of As. Numerous physical properties of these sand samples were determined and it shows Volaganj_x000D_ sand is most permeable.
Global technological change impact on female textile and garment workers in Thailand
Global technological change has significant impact on lower skilled female textile and garment workers in Thailand, as it brings new machines and manufacturing processes into the company. This study aims at identifying the factors of global technological change on female textile and_x000D_ garment workers in Thailand. It covers three impact areas such as, job security, job satisfaction and work relations.