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Research Paper | Arts and Humanities | Somalia | Volume 11 Issue 9, September 2022
The Relationships between Literacy, Life Skills, and Learning Skills as Well as the Philosophy of Science on Weak States
Abstract: This study aims to examine the relationship between literacy skills, life skills, and learning skills as well as the philosophy of science on weak states. Three key skills learned from the paper's philosophy of science were used to collect data, I believe that this section on research skills discusses a person's or state's capacity to locate and assess relevant information relating to a certain subject for instance a weak state and it?s characteristic. These skills include performing investigations, using critical analysis, and forming hypotheses or solutions to a particular issue i. e. of weak state. The life skills and types of literacy that a state or individual needs vary on the circumstance, profession, belief, location, and many other factors. These skills help people develop in the discipline that they need as they go through life. For instance, in light of this research, it is crucial to ask the questions, "What is state, and why state is weak," at the outset and the relationship with the three main skills learnt from this philosophy of science. I believe that by using this skills proves that literate people will allocate resources effectively, decreasing the likelihood of resource misallocation and misuse, and that the country will benefit significantly from this. I approve that putting this skill to use will help in solving societal issues, encourage leaders to think critically and formulate policies that will improve interactions between state agencies. It will also help in managing systems and preventing human management error.
Keywords: learning skills, life skills, literacy skills, weak state, Philosophy of science
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 9, September 2022,
Pages: 483 - 489