Submission Open for IJEER Volume-3, Number-10, October 2019 | Submission Deadline- 20 October, 2019

International Journal for Empirical Education and Research

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Trafficking of Women and Children through the Abandonment of Human Rights in Bangladesh

Redwan Hasan    Page 1-18 82

The study explores that Govt. and NGOs are directly involved in prevention activities. They do conduct prevention activities like mass-awareness raising, capacity building and income generating activities and so on. These activities definitely have impact on the society which is reflected in people’s growing concern about trafficking and in number of trafficking which if not reduced has not increased noticeably; though the impact is very low in comparison to urgency. Besides, it cannot be said that whatever achieved is possible only because of Govt.

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Analysis of Thoughts & Criticisms of Contemporary Muslim Philosophers in Different Periods

Ulfah Wahidah Kattan    Page 19-32 47

Muslim or Islamic philosophy is based on Islam religion. There are logical relations between the discussions, Islamic philosophy had a major impact in Christian Europe, where translation of Arabic philosophical texts into Latin "led to the transformation of almost all philosophical disciplines in the medieval Latin world", with a particularly strong influence of Muslim philosophers being felt in natural philosophy, psychology and metaphysics. .

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Prevention of Cyber Crime in Bangladesh

Ahasn Sheikh    Page 33-47 57

Cybercrime covers such a broad scope of criminal activity; the examples above are only a few of the thousands of crimes that are considered cybercrimes. While computers and the Internet have made our lives easier in many ways, it is unfortunate that people also use these technologies to take advantage of others. Therefore, it is smart to protect yourself by using antivirus and spyware blocking software and being careful where you enter your personal information. So from above discussion we can say that, Cyber means committing any crime by using computer or any act which is forbidden by law, by using information technology. .

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Aspects of Free Market Economy & Autonomy in Applied Philosophy

Shafiqul Islam    Page 48-65 51

The aim of the course is to engage students in a wide variety of activities and experiences that will assist in the development of critical thinking, analysis and problem solving skills. Through exposure to a wide range of historical perspectives across different domains of knowledge (including History, Science, Art, Ethics, Psychology and Literature) and the opportunity to discuss problems and scenarios from everyday life, students will develop a deeper understanding of their personal values and the perspectives of others. This course aims to develop students into inquirers with a critical disposition and a thirst for knowledge. .

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Evolutions Including the Basic Laws of Philosopher Herbert Spencer and His Contributions to Develop the Study

Kaliq Habib Abadi    Page 66-75 51

The basis for Spencer's appeal to many of his generation was that he appeared to offer a ready-made system of belief which could substitute for conventional religious faith at a time when orthodox creeds were crumbling under the advances of modern science. Spencer's philosophical system seemed to demonstrate that it was possible to believe in the ultimate perfection of humanity on the basis of advanced scientific conceptions such as the first law of thermodynamics and biological evolution. Now, we will discuss about him and his contribution. .

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