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Analysis of cyber security knowledge gaps based on cyber security body of knowledge (Sep, 10.1007/s10639-022-11261-8, 2022)
(Springer, 2022) Catal, Cagatay; Ozcan, Alper; Donmez, Emrah; Kaşif, Ahmet
The correct affiliation of Emrah Donmez is "Department of Software Engineering, Bandirma Onyedi Eylul University, Balikesir, Turkey".The original version has been corrected.
The Relationship Between Moral Foundations and Emotions
Moral foundations theory posits six moral foundations that guide moral judgment, namely, care, fairness, loyalty, authority, sanctity, and liberty. The theory states that the violation of fairness promotes anger, while doing so for sanctity elicits feelings of disgust. Meanwhile, violation of care is associated with anger toward the perpetrator and compassion for the victim. Only a few empirical studies test the propositions of the theory on the relationship between the violation of moral foundation and emotions, which were conducted in western culture. The current study investigates the relationships between moral transgressions and emotions in a nonwestern culture. It also examined feelings toward perpetrators and victims in the face of moral violation. In the pilot study conducted to determine the relevant scenarios to be used in the research, 187 participants evaluated whether or not the behaviors described in 52 scenarios were morally wrong and to report their feelings in these situations. The main study analyzed the participants' moral judgment, feelings toward moral violations, emotional reaction toward victims and perpetrators, and decisions on the punishment of perpetrators using the 12 moral violation scenarios identified in the pilot study. Toward this end, data were collected from 72 participants. To test whether the emotion experienced during the violation of one moral foundation is higher than that experienced in the violation of another, the study conducted a 2(gender) x 6(moral foundations) factorial multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) of moral foundations that involved repeated measures. The result indicated that violations of the foundations of justice and care were morally viewed as more wrong than those of other foundations. However, the findings pointed out that emotions guide moral judgment, and feelings toward victims and perpetrators differ accorrding to the violated moral foundations.
(POLISH SOC COMPOSITE MATERIALS, 2022) Kaykılarlı, Cantekin; Altinisik, Zehra; Kilic, E. Can; Uzunsoy, Deniz; Yeprem, H. Aygul
The present study investigates the microstructural and mechanical properties of few layer graphene (FLG, 0.1 to 5 wt.%) and aluminium oxide (Al2O3, 4 to 20 wt.%) reinforced Al6061 matrix composites prepared via mechanical alloying (MA), uniaxial pressing and pressureless sintering. The effects of the amounts of Al2O3 and FLG were studied. MA was carried out at 300 rpm for 3 h in a planetary ball mill in argon atmosphere. The mechanically alloyed (MAed) powders were compacted via uniaxial pressing (400 MPa) and sintering (620 degrees C, 2 h). The microstructural and mechanical properties of the Al-xAl(2)O(3)-yFLG powders and bulk samples were investigated via X-ray diffraction (XRD), light microscopy (LM), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS), the Archimedes' method and a hardness test. In the XRD analysis, the aluminium carbide (Al4C3) phase was not detected. The SEM, LM micrographs and EDS results show that the produced composites have a homogeneous structure. Based on the Archimedes' method, the densification rates of the rein-forced samples were higher than the unreinforced sample. The Al-20Al(2)O(3)-3FLG sample exhibited the highest relative density, 99.25%. According to the hardness measurements, the highest hardness value was 87.28 HV for the Al-20Al(2)O(3)-1FLG composite and increased twofold compared to Al6061.
Aesthetics of invisibility in Iranian women's identity and their domestic space during the 1980s
(Taylor and Francis, 2022) Golabi, Maryam
This paper investigates the relationship between the gendered identities of Iranian women and their domestic space in the first post-revolutionary decade (1980s) at a time when the influence of Islamic tenets on people's lives was considerably higher than in the previous and subsequent decades. Contributing to feminist geography and providing an understanding of a regional reality, the aim of this article is to elaborate on how the redefined identities and bodies of Iranian women, which were considered central to the representation of the Islamic national identity in Iran during the 1980s, influenced the design and usage patterns of houses at that time. The paper adopts Pierre Bourdieu's conceptual framework related to 'social space' and 'physical space', conceptualizing a house (physical space) as a translated form of social space. The article proposes the concept of the 'aesthetics of invisibility' to comprehend the identity of Iranian women and the domestic space in the 1980s. It uncovers the connection between the invisibility of the female body and domestic space through critical readings of contemporary printed and visual media, and also a study of 30 houses built in Tabriz during the 1980s. The paper reveals that for both Iranian women's bodies and domestic space, their invisibility and seclusion from the public world are equated with aesthetics, which is often interwoven with morality in Iranian society. It shows that the redefinition of the identity of women, their appearance, and the codes of conduct and dress came with modifications to the street facades of houses, and the design, organization and use of interior spaces.
Algae and Their Metabolites as Potential Bio-Pesticides
(MDPI, 2022) Asimakis, Elias; Shehata, Awad A.; Eisenreich, Wolfgang; Acheuk, Fatma; Yılmaz, Mete
An increasing human population necessitates more food production, yet current techniques in agriculture, such as chemical pesticide use, have negative impacts on the ecosystems and strong public opposition. Alternatives to synthetic pesticides should be safe for humans, the environment, and be sustainable. Extremely diverse ecological niches and millions of years of competition have shaped the genomes of algae to produce a myriad of substances that may serve humans in various biotechnological areas. Among the thousands of described algal species, only a small number have been investigated for valuable metabolites, yet these revealed the potential of algal metabolites as bio-pesticides. This review focuses on macroalgae and microalgae (including cyanobacteria) and their extracts or purified compounds, that have proven to be effective antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, nematocides, insecticides, herbicides, and plant growth stimulants. Moreover, the mechanisms of action of the majority of these metabolites against plant pests are thoroughly discussed. The available information demonstrated herbicidal activities via inhibition of photosynthesis, antimicrobial activities via induction of plant defense responses, inhibition of quorum sensing and blocking virus entry, and insecticidal activities via neurotoxicity. The discovery of antimetabolites also seems to hold great potential as one recent example showed antimicrobial and herbicidal properties. Algae, especially microalgae, represent a vast untapped resource for discovering novel and safe biopesticide compounds.