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Submission and Publication Authors are cordially invited to submit full-length, original, and unpublished research articles.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

THE LINK BETWEEN PARENTAL BONDING AND WELL-BEING: INSIGHTS FROM JAPANESE YOUTH

Published by: Emily Grace Parker , Satoshi Takahashi

Pages: 1-12 |

The pursuit of advanced educational degrees has emerged as a pivotal determinant of professional attainment and societal standing in numerous developed nations. In Japan, where a college education carries significant socioeconomic weight and is often equated with personal worth and social status, the pressure to excel academically imposes considerable stress on young adults. This societal
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BREAKING THE CYCLE: UNIVERSITY EDUCATION AND POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN NIGERIAN YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

Published by: Abigail Ngozi Okoro , Chinedu Oluwaseun Ojo

Pages: 13-20 |

Education serves as a potent catalyst for societal transformation and individual empowerment, playing a pivotal role in driving progress and development within a nation. Recognizing its significance, the British Department for International Development (DFID) has underscored the critical role of education in poverty alleviation efforts, aiming to halve poverty by the year 2015. Within the
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FACTORS INFLUENCING PREMARITAL SEX AMONG NIGERIAN TERTIARY STUDENTS: EVIDENCE FROM A PRIVATE INSTITUTION

Published by: Olufemi Adekunle Ogunjobi , Chioma Nkechi Okonkwo

Pages: 21-26 |

The escalation of sexual activities among adolescents is a global concern, with Sub-Saharan Africa notably witnessing high and rising rates of premarital sexual encounters among young people. Despite this trend, addressing the sexual health needs of youth remains a relatively recent endeavor, particularly in developing nations. Cultural taboos surrounding sexual discourse impede open
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