Journal of Progressive Research in Social Sciences Journal of Progressive Research in Social Sciences en-US <p><strong>TRANSFER OF COPYRIGHT</strong></p> <p>JPRSS is pleased to undertake the publication of your contribution to <strong>Journal of Progressive Research in Social Sciences.</strong></p> <p>The copyright to this article is transferred to JPRSS(including without limitation, the right to publish the work in whole or in part in any and all forms of media, now or hereafter known) effective if and when the article is accepted for publication thus granting JPRSS all rights for the work so that both parties may be protected from the consequences of unauthorized use.</p> (Managing Editor) (Scitech Support) Tue, 07 Jun 2022 12:35:33 +0000 OJS 60 Empirical Social Science Between Object Level and Representation Level <p>The question of this paper follows an empirical study carried out from 2019 to 2021. The paper looks for a method by which empirical statements about transsubjective argumentations can be answered in a syntactically correct and semantically interpreted scientific language. The answer is given by demarcating Methodological Constructivism against Logical Empirism. In Logical Empirism, only an analytical a priori is recognized. In Methodical Constructivism, the experiential a priori is addressed, which makes a transsubjective orientation possible in the first place.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> Peter Krope ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 07 Jun 2022 12:34:54 +0000 Feelings About the Importance of Physical Exercise and its Effects on Mental Health <p>Regular physical exercise is associated with numerous health benefits. Individuals that cultivate physically active lifestyles tend to live longer, have lower rates of disease, and have a higher overall quality of life. Regular exercise is also positively associated with mental health. Data for this study were collected from 285 participants. The findings show that a clear majority of participants believe that exercising improves their overall mood (76.5%) and makes them feel better. Around 3 out of 4 respondents stated that exercise lowers stress, while 7 out of 10 stated that it reduces anxiety. Most of the respondents also reported that physical exercise reduces feelings of depression (60.5%). Seven out of 10 participants prefer to exercise alone. Most of the participants wish they had more time to exercise (80.5%), and most also think that they should make time to exercise more often (83.2%). Women were significantly more likely than men to state that they wish they had more time, and should make more time, to exercise. The most preferred and enjoyed forms of exercise reported were going to gym (lifting weights and cardio) and walking/running. This study shows that people generally feel that physical exercise is important for overall mental health.&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> Raqota Berger ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 13 Aug 2022 06:31:49 +0000