• History of Education
    development. It then briefly discusses education in contemporary society, underscoring its economic, social, political and cultural value. Finally, the paper proposes an adult education agenda for Nigeria. Adult education, for this paper, “encompasses all education and training activities undertaken by...
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  • Nigeria, a Multi Ethnic Nation
    INTRODUCTION Nigeria is a multi-ethnic nation with various cultural groups that are about three hundred in number. In 1947, Nigeria was not yet a nation. Nigeria now has been a multi-national society, one of the sociological problems of building Nigeria as a nation is multi-ethnicity with its...
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  • Poverty in Nigeria
    ijcrb.webs.com INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY RESEARCH IN BUSINESS THE CHALLENGES OF INSECURITY IN NIGERIA: A THEMATIC EXPOSITION EME, OKECHUKWU INNOCENT ANTHONY ONYISHI DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT STUDIES UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA Abstract VOL 3, NO 8...
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  • Globalization
    in business across national borders and constructing production and distribution networks on a global scale. Thus, the world today is a ‘global village’ given the unprecedented level of inter-connectedness of political, economic, social and technological forces that permeate contemporary...
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  • African Art Forms
    are linked in a network of the literary, performing, and visual arts by conferences, festivals, exhibitions, and literary movements. Despite problems of great magnitude - many of them attributable to colonialism - the artists continue to redefine Modern African Art, reflecting the changing social...
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  • The Place of Ndi Igbo in Nigeria Social Economic Development
    THE PLACE OF NDI-IGBO IN NIGERIA’S SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT By Ikechukwu D. Ikerionwu Relationship Management Unit Sterling Bank Plc, Lagos, Nigeria ABSTRACT The advent of European...
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  • Management of Primary and Secondary Education in Nigeria
    the stakeholders must show enough concern for those issues that concern the organizing and managing of our primary education system. This paper presents a humble attempt to highlight some contemporary issues and problems facing the organization and management of primary education in Nigeria with a...
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  • child abuse
    activitiesincluding armed robbery and burglary is so rampant. Niger Delta in contemporary Nigeria facessevere crisis. Vandalism fights and killing is constantly in practice.   A major problem faced in Nigeria is the fact that less attention is paid by the government to stopchild abuse. Strategies to...
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  • Effect of Globalisation and the Global Economic Recession on the Healthcare Industry
    cases with contemporaries in other parts of the country and indeed other parts of the world. Hospitals need to make use of information technology to bridge the gap between the rural and the urban,the developed and the undeveloped. This can also create global awareness for peculiar health problems in...
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  • Education as a Key
    Territorial dispute boarders between Nigeria and Cameroon Content:- * Introduction * Background of the conflict * What is the problem * Who is are the actors * Dispute settlement linkages between Cameroon and Nigeria * Conclusion * Reference Introduction...
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  • The Idea of Natural Rights; a Nigerian Experience
    philosophers’ views on Natural rights, this paper shall proceed in its examination of the idea of Natural rights from the view point of John Locke. In its further attempt at explicating and locating the problems surrounding human natural rights in contemporary world, the paper shall use Nigeria as a...
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  • Social Works
    2000, the two professional representative bodies, the International Federation of Social Workers and the International Association of Schools of Social Work adopted the following definition of social work: The social work profession promotes social change, problem solving in human relationships and the...
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  • Problems and Prospects of Marketing
    International Journal of Business and Management September, 2009 Problems and Prospects of Marketing in Developing Economies: The Nigerian Experience Sunday O. E. Ewah & Alex B. Ekeng Department of Business Administration, Cross River University of Technology Ogoja Campus, Nigeria Tel: 80...
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  • Shell Nigeria
    one of the world's largest contributors to global warming. Flaring has contributed to the death of plants and wildlife, the pollution of air and water and it has left some residence with hearing problems and respiratory diseases. Social and Political Issues Shell's presence in Nigeria has also...
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  • Administrative Problems Associated with 6-3-3-4 System of Education
    system. This paper presents a humble attempt to highlight some contemporary issues and problems facing the organization and management of primary education in Nigeria with a view to proffering possible solutions to them. Contemporary Issues in Primary Education Management No doubt, there are...
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  • Conflict
    most likely lot in life.  From the point of view of social order, the way to prevent this sector of the society from resorting to violence and wanton destruction is through organized religious practices.  These give expression to their emotions and relieve their tension. In Nigeria, her large...
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  • Contemporary Artist.Docx
    CONTEMPORARY ARTIST ;THEIR WORKS. Aina Olabolu :art educator and painter Cheif Aina Onabolu (now late) was born in Ijebu-ode in Ogun state, Nigeria in the year 1882. The general impression the Europeans were having about contemporary African art was that of primitive and...
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  • Church Proliferation in Nigeria Society
    churches are spreading like a wildfire in Nigeria is alarming. In the country, there is freedom of worship, places of worship are full, pilgrimages are over-booked and there is evidence of religious fervour all over the places. 177 The Special Issue on Contemporary Research in Arts and Social...
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  • The Effect of Foreign Trade on Tthe Nigerian Economy
    growth in Nigeria, hence resulting in high operational cost and low profit turnover. Between the periods of 2005 and 2010, many industries e.g. Unilver, located in Nigeria relocated to neighboring West African countries and their home base because of the numerous problems such as epileptic power...
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  • Globalization and the Socio- Economic Development of the Nigerian Women: Challenges for Social Studies Education
    Republic of Nigeria to the United Nations, on Gender Perspectives aspect of the agenda, which is "Enhancing the Participation of Women Social Progress and development”, he expressed delight with the close association which the of Copenhagen had had over the years with the International exertions to...
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