Contemporary Social Problems In Nigeria Essays and Term Papers

  • Perils of a nation, Nigeria a case study

    THE PERILS AND POLITICS IN A NATION (NIGERIA AS CASE STUDY) Preface The growing violence and tension in Nigeria in the recent era demand scholastic exploration to explain the phenomenon and also it could be used to elucidate the ‘tap-Roots’ of the Nigeria states of violence, terrorism in a democratic...

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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 concomitants...

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  • Globalization

    Abstract The dominant feature of global economic trends in contemporary world system is globalization, which is being driven particularly by a new wave of information technology that is unparalleled in the history of humankind. Nation states have consistently intensified efforts towards engaging in...

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  • Administrative Problems Associated with 6-3-3-4 System of Education

    Management of Primary and Secondary Education in Nigeria Abstract This paper highlights some crucial issues that could affect the effectiveness of the management of primary education in Nigeria. The issues among other raised include, policy, funding, data and institutional capacity building...

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  • History of Education

    cjb.net 530 Adult education in Nigeria: The consequence of neglect and agenda for action Reginald Nnazor School of Education, Kentucky State University, United States rnnazor@gwmail.kysu.edu In spite of the rich variety of natural resources in Nigeria, the country is still very much underdeveloped...

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  • Poverty in Nigeria

    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 DECEMBER...

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  • The Idea of Natural Rights; a Nigerian Experience

    ABSTRACT This paper attempts a philosophical appraisal of the idea of natural rights, issues and problems associated with human natural rights in the ancient and contemporary epoch as well as our immediate environment. As a foremost articulator of human rights in man’s history, this paper...

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  • Conflict

    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 population that contributes...

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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 colonialism...

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  • Effect of Globalisation and the Global Economic Recession on the Healthcare Industry

    Discussion Question Week 1Answers Prior to the current global economic downturn,third world countries have been grappling with the problems of underdevelopment,mismanagement corruption and recurrent economic crises. The impact of this is no more felt then in the health care industry where I work. ...

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  • Nigerian People and Culture

    Yesufu Dean School of Arts and Social Sciences National Open University of Nigeria Victoria-Island, Lagos Course Co-ordinator Prof. Yesufu Dean School of Arts and Social Sciences National Open University of Nigeria Victoria-Island, Lagos NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA ii COURSE GUIDE GST 201 ...

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  • Shell Nigeria

    Shell Nigeria In 1958 the Royal Dutch/Shell Group started drilling for, transporting and refining oil in Nigeria. Nigeria's large supply of high quality crude oil helped Shell climb to the top, by 1994 Shell made more money than other company in the world. Everything changed for Shell in 1996 when...

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  • African Art Forms

    artists, a commitment to traditional values is a fundamental element in the alchemy of creative genius. Some synthesize allusions to the past with contemporary content; others create imagery with mythical or ritual references. But the artists, though rooted in tradition, use materials, methods, and images...

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  • Management of Primary and Secondary Education in Nigeria

    Management of Primary and Secondary Education in Nigeria Table of Contents ` Page Table of Contents:……………………………………………………… iv Opening Address: Professor Ayodele Falase ……….……… viii Welcome Address: Professor D.F. Elaturoti…………………… x Goodwill Address: Professor E.G....

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  • child abuse

    abuse in Nigeria: A case study of Niger-Delta Region in Nigeriamore by Flourish Itulua-Abumere 1,827 Download (.pdf) PHD.pdf 390 KB www.articlesbase.com/college-and-university-articles/phd-research-proposal-the-consequences-of-child-abuse-in-nigeria-a-case-study-of-niger-delta-region-in-nigeria-6663894...

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  • Problems and Prospects of Marketing

    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: 80-5901-4300 Abstract The study takes...

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  • Social Works

    A PAPER PRESENTATION ON THE IMPACT OF MISSIONARIES TO DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL WORKS INTRODUCTION Social work is a profession which seeks to help and empower vulnerable groups in society such as women, persons with disabilities, children and the elderly as well as people living with HIV/AIDS. In 2000...

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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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  • media research

    CRITICALLY EVALUATING THE RELEVANCE OF ANY THEORY/THEORIES THAT, IN YOUR OPINION(s), BEST EXPLAIN(s) HOW INTERNATIONAL FORCES HAVE SHAPED CONTEMPORARY NATIONAL MEDIA SYSTEM IN YOUR COUNTRY OR COUNTRY YOU HAVE CHOSEN. BY FATIMA SHETTIMA BUKAR SID: 4108788 COURSE: GLOBAL MEDIA ...

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  • Killerbean

    literature (or "orature", in the term coined by Ugandan scholar Pio Zirimu).[1] As George Joseph notes in his chapter on African literature in Understanding Contemporary Africa, whereas European views of literature often stressed a separation of art and content, African awareness is inclusive: "Literature" can also...

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