• The English Language, a Sine Qua Non for Nation Building
    various Nigerian ethno-linguistic groups, English will continue to be vibrant. This paper examined the notion of nation building, the role of education in nation building and finally the role of the English Language in Nation building with particular reference to the Nigeria nation. Introduction...
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  • solutions to religious intolerance in Nigeria: implication to national development
    Philosophy (Ph.D) Dissertation, University of Calabar, 2005. Gofwen, R.I. Religious Conflicts in Northern Nigeria and Nation Building: The Throes of Two Decades 1980- 2000, Kaduna: Human Rights Monitor 2004. Iwara, U.E. “Religious Violence in Nigeria: Causes and Consequences” SOPHIA: An African...
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  • Importance of Information and Communication Technologies (Icts) in Making a Heathy Information Society: a Case Study of Ethiope East Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria
    Library Philosophy and Practice 2008 ISSN 1522-0222 Importance of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in Making a Heathy Information Society: A Case Study of Ethiope East Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria Monday Obaidjevwe Ogbomo Esoswo Francisca Ogbomo Department of...
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  • Role of Universites in Sustainable Development
    THE ROLE OF UNIVERSITIES IN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA By Dorathy Pius Ndangra Federal university Kashere, Gombe State Ngeria The philosophy of University education in Nigeria stems from the Nation’s philosophy of education which was derived from the Nation’s philosophies. These...
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  • Building Intellectual Capacity for Research Development in Nigeria
    capabilities that underpin economic growth and development. (Odekunle, 2001). The main purpose of tertiary education in Nigeria is to produce the much needed manpower through research to accelerate the socio-economic development of the nation. Such specialized academic expertise at high level are...
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  • Reposioning Education for Security and Unemployment Challenges
    crises. Introduction “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” Nelson Mandela As we are all aware, education remain the vital force of socio- economic development for any people or nation. The Nigerian national policy on education clearly spelt out the Philosophy...
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  • Nigerian Journal of Education Foundation
    Integrated Science Teaching in contemporary Nigeria - S.O. Daramola……………………………...... 172 The position of arable language in Nigerian schools today - A.6.A.S. Oladosu.………………………………………….......… 181 The concept and scope of philosophy of education - F.O. Giwa...
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  • ETHICAL ISSUES AND CHALLENGES IN THE PRACTICE OF DEMOCRACY IN AFRICA: THE EXPERIENCE OF NIGERIA
    secular spheres of life. The release of justice is the pathway to the attainment of security and development of Nigeria. This approach will definitely reduce risk of crisis, man-made disasters and provide the desired resilience in the people that would ensure the building of a virile nation for the...
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  • Education
    theories, transfer of learning, motivation in learning, historical and sociological perspectives of education, innovations in education, types of education in Nigeria and equality of educational opportunities. 3 Later in the course, you will be learning the roles of agencies that are involved in...
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  • Fiscal and Physical Planning of Vocational and Technical Education by Enamaye Jacob M.Ed University of Benin, Nigeria
    philosophies of education in Nigeria is based on the integration of the individual into a sound and effective citizen, this and most of the national educational aims and objectives can only be achieved through a properly planned vocational and technical education. Planning of vocational and technical...
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  • Comparing Education
    relativity, curriculum reform, nation-building, educational reconstruction INTRODUCTION The relationship between education and national development in Africa continues to be a question of critical concern in many countries. Education should function as an agency of cultural transmission as well as change...
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  • Current State of Education in Nigeria
    . No views on education can however be formulated without first identifying the overall philosophy and goals of the nation viz: I. To live in unity and harmony as one indivisible, indissoluble, democratic and Sovereign nation founded on the principles of understanding. Freedom, equality and...
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  • Training and Development
    Developing Country Studies ISSN 2224-607X (Paper) ISSN 2225-0565 (Online) Vol 2, No.4, 2012 www.iiste.org Employee’s Training and Development for Optimum Productivity: The Role of Industrial Training Fund (ITF), Nigeria Aroge, Stephen Talabi Ph.D. Department of Arts Education, Faculty of...
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  • CSR in Emerging Markets
    education. 2.9.4 Effectiveness of Shell Nigeria CSR Shell Nigeria fulfills the role of the government partly by providing socio-economic and human development needs that are lacking in this region proving that CSR is as effective as it can be. However continuous oil spills either through...
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  • Trade Union
    Practice). Ikeja: Longman Nig, 1980. Onyeocha, Izu M. Idealism, Politics and Nation Building. Owerri: Assumpta Press, 1994. Ubeku, Abel K. Industrial Relations in Developing Countries: The Case of Nigeria. London: Macmillan Press, 1983. Uduiugwomen, A.F & Ogbinaka Karo. Philosophy and...
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  • Youths and the Challenges of 20011 Election
    change the path of the nation by voting for leaders who put the nation first over self interest. The Food security, Education, Democracy and Self-help aspects of FEEEDs™ where highlighted as the first steps in building a Nigeria that provides access to basic education for all (primary schools have...
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  • Corruption in Nigeria Tertiary Institution
    corruption will be a thing cast to wild cat. The Nigeria government, Ministry of Education and the Universities Commission must make lawss and implement them to the letters. A Aristotle insists, the aim of ethical philosophy is practical – ‘to make us better men’ – ( the philosophy of Aristotle, Bambrough...
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  • sports management
    F.I.S.U., our athletes always arrived days after commencement. This revealed the story of university sports in Nigeria. Compared to the leading sporting nations of the world, it is an established fact that universities lead the way in producing Olympic athletes. It is also known that varsity sports...
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  • The Quest for Development: a Case for Human Capital Develoopment
    education and places less emphasis on vocational and other training that would impact skills in Nigeria. Consequently, the nation‟s institutions of higher learning turnout thousands of liberal arts graduates annually, who are not in high demand in the nation‟s labour market and beyond. The situation...
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  • youth empowerment through quality education
    ” (Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary, 2000). One of the attributes of quality education is the ability to instill in learners (in this case, youths) the total understanding and a range of information in a very clear way of who they are, what they want, can be and their role in nation building and...
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