الإصدار الخامس عشر
الإصدار الخامس عشر من المجلة العلمية لنشر البحوث
تم نشر الإصدار الخامس عشر من المجلة العمية لنشر البحوث في: 1-4-2023م. يحتوي الإصدار على بعض الأبحاث في مختلف التخصصات، كما أن الإصدار قد تناول العديد من المشاكل البحثية المهمه التي تشكل أهمية وفائدة كبيرة للمجتمع العلمي والمعرفي. جميع الأبحاث متاحة للتحميل والتعقيب والاستشهاد المرجعي لكافة الباحثين والأكاديميين.
الأبحاث والأوراق العلمية:
Strategies and Sources of Soft Power in Saudi Arabia
Name: Fahad Hamad E Alotaibi
when asked what makes Saudi Arabia so powerful, wouldn’t think of the country’s abundance of oil and gas? Saudi Arabia’s clout extends far beyond the country’s oil assets. Rather than its oil revenues, Saudi Arabia has historically relied on its cultural power as the capital of the Muslim and Arab nations to maintain its domestic, regional, and global influence. Saudi Arabia’s soft power has been more influential than its crude exports. Because of this fortitude, Saudi Arabia was able to weather the storm of the Arab Spring. The Saudi Kingdom’s soft power is largely responsible for its widespread sway in the Middle East and beyond. This paper examines the sources of Saudi Arabia’s soft power, identifies its main components, and assesses their relative importance.
Keywords: soft power, strategies, Cultural diplomacy, sources of soft power, Cultural exchange and national identity.
SOFT POWER STRATEGIES IN FACING CULTURE’S BOUNDLESS INFLUENCE IN CREATING FOREIGN POLICY
Name: Fahad Hamad E Alotaibi
In the twenty-first century, nations have more opportunities than ever to influence regional and global dynamics. Economic prosperity, ideological persuasion, and cultural allure are now more essential than military strength and nuclear weapons in many situations. Recently, physical power has emerged as one of the most important instruments of foreign policy. It’s common knowledge that “hard power” refers to a policy of coercion based on the use and/or threat of armed force against a specific nation. However, in today’s increasingly interconnected and interdependent world, old-fashioned political tools like nuclear weapons are no longer effective because they could cause the complete economic collapse of the country that launched the attack (with the exception of so-called “rogue states”).
The Evaluation and Management of Patients Suffering from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Name: Alia Adwan
Anovulation, androgen excess (often ovarian, but also adrenal in origin), and the appearance of polycystic ovaries on ultrasound all describe polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), the most common endocrinopathy among adult women in the developed world. Expert-based diagnostic criteria are contested because they fail to take into account the known metabolic abnormalities associated to aberrant insulin action that affect many women with the syndrome. These abnormalities include glucose intolerance, diabetes, and dyslipidemia. The most bothersome symptoms for patients include hirsutism, obesity, infertility, and menstruation abnormalities. Epidemiological research have not shed light on the syndrome’s potential long-term effects, such as an elevated risk for cardiovascular events based on risk factor profile. Genetic investigations support the idea that the condition is caused by a complicated genetic disorder, suggesting that its aetiology is multifactorial. Gonadotropin and gonadotropin receptor genes, interestingly, are the ones identified as candidates in many genome-wide association studies that best match into current hypotheses about the pathophysiology. Symptoms are usually treated, and the search for a panacea that corrects reproductive and metabolic problems continues. Hormonal contraception, progestins, and metformin are frequently used for the long-term management of PCOS. Ovulation induction therapies, which may include medications like letrozole or clomiphene or gonadotropin therapy, are at the centre of infertility treatment. Hormonal contraceptives and anti-androgens are frequently used together in the treatment of hirsutism. Obese women with PCOS may benefit from weight loss for infertility therapy and long-term management.
COVID-19 during Pregnancy, Complication and Possible Vertical Transmission
Name: Alia Adwan
Name: Mohamed lashen
The World Health Organization classified the 2019 epidemic of novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19) as a “pandemic.” The outbreak is putting unprotected populations all around the world in danger of a health emergency.A case report with a young woman who was discovered to have COVID-19 and PROM during the third trimester of her pregnancy was presented.
A woman in her twenties (19) who had been experiencing a minor fever for four days arrived at the clinic. She was bleeding badly from the vagina and her membranes had burst prematurely. COVID-19 was thought to exist.
The PROM assay yielded a positive result. The primary method would be an urgent C-section birth within the next twenty-four hours. Following delivery, the newborn isolation protocol was implemented without any delay in skin-to-skin contact or cord clamping. The neonatal nasopharyngeal swab, which was collected immediately after delivery, contained coronavirus (COVID-19).
A severe case of neonatal and maternal COVID-19 during the third trimester of pregnancy caused an early membrane rupture that led to vaginal bleeding and an early delivery. A multidisciplinary team’s engagement in the treatment of patients with severe COVID-19 throughout pregnancy is very beneficial.
دور اللوجستية الطبية لوزارة الصحة بمنطقة مكة المكرمة في التعامل مع جائحة كورونا
الاسم: الاء كامل قاروت
الاسم: سمية عيسى الوالد
الاسم: راكان عدنان ساعد
الاسم: احمد عبدالعزيز مطر
على الرغم من أن انتشار الأمراض والأوبئة أمر كان قد عانى العالم منه منذ القدم، إلا أن ظهور فيروس كورونا (Covid-19) كان له بالغ الأثر على العالم. بل غيرت جائحة كورونا حياة العالم بأكمله، وأثرت على الكثير من القطاعات بشكل عام، وعلى القطاع الصحي بشكل خاص. وهو الأمر الذي دعا جميع دول العالم التي انتشر فيها هذا الوباء إلى البحث عن حلول تخفف من آثار هذه الجائحة. وقد كان القطاع الصحي خط الدفاع الأول في سبيل مواجهة هذه الجائحة، ولا يشمل القطاع الصحي الاهتمام بالمرضى فحسب، بل يشمل أيضاً توفير المستلزمات الطبية الضرورية لمواجهة هذه الجائحة، وهنا يأتي دور اللوجستيات الطبية المسؤولة عن هذه العملية. ويترتب على انتشار جائحة كورونا العديد من الآثار والتغيرات في اللوجستيات الطبية والسياسات المتبعة في حالات الطوارئ. وتأتي هذه المقدمة كإطار لمكونات هذا الجزء من الدراسة، والذي يتضمن أربعة فصول. يتناول الفصل الأول مشكلة هذه الدراسة وأهميتها وأهدافها، ويليه الفصل الثاني، والذي يتناول موضوع اللوجستيات الطبية، ثم يأتي الفصل الثالث، والذي يتناول جائحة كورونا، في حين ينتهي هذا الجزء بالفصل الرابع، والذي يتناول الدراسات السابقة التي تجمع متغيري الدراسة.
The Impact of Flexible Work on the Productivity at Telecommunications Sector in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Name: Badr AL-Ahmadi
Name: Ahmed Alghamdi
Name: Moayed Bedaiwi
This research aims to study the relation between flexible working arrangement and productivity in the telecommunication sector in madina region in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia and disclose the impact of such arrangement on the productivity of the employer productivity. Knowing that FWA become more on demand in the market, especially after covid-19 period were both employees and employers had to experience such arrangement.In addition to the literature review, a survey for a reasonable number of employees working in the same sector in madina region to examine the relation were SPSS statistical tool used.
The survey has revealed that there was a significant impact of the flexible work (time flexible, task share, part time work, and remote work) on the productivity. The survey also shows that flexible working arrangement does increase the employer productivity significantly.
Keywords: Flexible working arrangement, flexible working hours, support personnel, management support and the type of work or employment, part time, task sharing, job satisfaction, productivity
DESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTING AN INTEGRATED FRAMEWORK FOR RISK MANAGEMENT IN POLICE WORK
Name: Ahmad aqil Mohammed amin albastaki
DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM)
This article reviews, evaluates and reflects relevant literature on big data analytics in law enforcement. In order to bring together the various discussions around big data, this paper begins with defining what is meant by “big data” and identifying the primary difficulties associated with it. The utilization of big data analytics to derive meaningful and valuable insights from vast amounts of data has been the primary focus of this research to improve the efficiency of crisis management in the field of policing. Big data analytics was underlined, which mostly deals with extensive structured and unstructured data that is necessary to improve police risk management and security crisis management. This is because big data analytics largely deals with extensive structured and unstructured data. In a nutshell, the discussion of this paper demonstrates that established police agencies that focus on innovation have looked into text, audio, video, and social media data analytics to improve policing during times of crisis and to improve predictive analytics of future crimes. According to the findings of this study, new statistical methods that can handle large amounts of data are required to bridge the gap between large data sets and smaller data collections. The vast majority of the statistical methods currently in use were designed for more manageable data sets that are made up of samples. In brief, there have not been any breakthroughs in the analytical methods used for big data yet. Real-time analytics will definitely develop into a prominent field of research in the years to come as a direct result of the proliferation of location-aware social media and mobile applications. Because big data is so massive, linked, and unreliable, statistical techniques that are more effectively adapted to mining big data while remaining sensitive to distinctive characteristics are anticipated to develop shortly. The large amounts of data that are considered to be less trustworthy could lead to further major findings.
Keywords: crisis management, big data, risk management, analytics, theory.
The Impact of Supply Chain Management Practices on the Overall Performance of the organisation
Name: Farah Hamid AlRoshoud
Supply chain management (SCM) is a common practice in manufacturing companies. Effective supply chain management (SCM) has become a potentially significant technique of protecting competitive advantage and increasing organizational performance as a result of the shift from rivalry between companies to competition among supply chains. This article establishes the conceptual framework for SCM practice along five dimensions: strategic supplier partnership, customer connection, level of information sharing, quality of information sharing, and delay. The more advanced your SCM practices are, the more of an edge over the competition you’ll have and the more efficient your business will be. In addition, having a leg up on the competition might have a positive impact on a company’s bottom line.