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Welcome to Allied Sciences and Engineering Journals

Allied Sciences and Engineering Journals (ASEJ) is an international, single-blind, editorial-reviewed bi-monthly online academic research journal publication dedicated to promoting the advancement of science and engineering. ASEJ encourages innovative ideas and research across all fields and publishes high-quality original papers, theory-based empirical studies, review articles, case reports, conference proceedings, technology reports, book reviews, commentaries, and news.

Scope and Areas of Interest ASEJ covers a wide range of disciplines, making it a truly multidisciplinary Sciences and Engineering platform. The journal invites submissions in the following areas: Engineering and Technology, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences and Health and Medicine Read Full Scope

Submission and Publication Authors are cordially invited to submit full-length, original, and unpublished research articles.

  • Submission Date: Open
  • Publication Date: Last day of each month

ETHICAL OVERSIGHT: THE ROLE OF DISCIPLINE INSPECTION IN CHINESE UNIVERSITIES

Published by: Supansa Somboon , Chatchawal Wongwises

Pages: 1-11 |

Discipline inspection and supervision play a crucial role in shaping the integrity and ethical standards within China's colleges and universities, pivotal hubs for talent cultivation. This study explores the significance of discipline inspection and supervision within the higher education landscape of China. Positioned as vital agents in the pursuit of world-class academic institutions,
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ADDRESSING CHALLENGES: PERSPECTIVES ON SOCIAL VULNERABILITY AMONG CHINA'S ELDERLY

Published by: Zhang Jinghua , Wang Xin

Pages: 12-22 |

Population aging presents a significant challenge globally, with China experiencing a notable increase in its elderly population in recent years. As the proportion of elderly individuals continues to rise, there is a growing concern about the social vulnerability they face. This paper examines existing research on the social vulnerability of the elderly in China, offering insights into the
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TOWARDS INCLUSIVE ENVIRONMENTS: EXPLORING DESIGN FOR AGING POPULATIONS

Published by: Li Ming , Wang Xiaojun

Pages: 23-29 |

The issue of population aging is increasingly pressing, highlighting inadequacies in the social pension system and a shortage of pension facilities. As a result, a significant portion of elderly individuals opt for community-based care within their families. This study examines the challenges posed by population aging, focusing on the shortcomings of the social pension system and the growing
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