MAIN CONTENT 3.1 Definition of Sociology Sociology concerns itself with social relationships. A network of these relationships is called the Society which is the main concern of sociology. Although there are other aspects of social science that focus on some other aspects of society, the main concern of sociology is the relationships of the human race. Sociologists have generally vied into the nature of Sociology instead of defining it. Some have used colourless definitions such as “Sociolo...
Types of LibraryR.S Ranganathan Law of LibrarianshipLibrary RegulationsLibrary EtiquetteThe Library UserThe Clientele as an Information SeekerEligibility of Use of the LibrariesLibrary CatalogueFunctions of CataloguePhysical Forms of CatalogueLibrary ClassificationClassification SchemeComponents of CataloguingTypes of CataloguesHow to Find Books in the LibraryMODERN TECHNOLOGY IN LIBRARIESDefinition of ComputerTypes of ComputersClassification of Computers by SizeData CommunicationsRecent Deve...
COMMUNICATION AND ORAL COMPOSITIONDefinition of CommunicationThe Process of CommunicationEssentials of CommunicationPurpose of CommunicationRelationship between Language and CommunicationConcept of InterferenceCode-Switching and Code MixingOral CompositionThe English Consonantal SystemThe English Vowels SystemMonothongsDiphthongsStress in EnglishPrinciple of Effective SpeakingReading SkillsFaulty Reading HabitsAppreciating Literature in EnglishWhat is LiteratureFunctions of LiteratureA Writer...
The Earth's EnvironmentIntroductionEnvironmental Science and Pure ScienceThe Physical EnvironmentBasic Environmental ConceptsThe Ecosystem ConceptFirst Law of ThermodynamicsEnvironmental Carrying CapacityThe tragedy of the CommonsThe Effects of Science and Technology on the EnvironmentPollution, Hazard, and DisasterPhilosophical Basis of Science and technology in the Environment
Scientific Method-Introduction-Process-Formulation of a Question-Hypothesis-Prediction-Testing-Analysis-Other ComponentsModels of Scientific InquiryForms of EnergyRenewable and Non-Renewable EnergyTypes of Renewable Natural ResourcesTypes of Non-Renewable Natural Resources
Post polocoal period in briefCulture and Cultural PracticesClassification of cultureMarriage as a SuspectTypes of MarriageForms of manager of in NigeriaCourtship (marriage)Divorce as a concept
1. The formal British occupation of Nigeria started in the year (a) 1851 (b) 1861 (c) 1914 (d) 18842. One major impact of the 1946 Richard's constitution on Nigeria was on (a) Evolution of federalism (b) elec principle (c) formation of political parties
Meaning of PhilosophyImportance of Studying PhilosophyMajor Branches of PhilosophyHistory Development of Western PhilosophySome Schools/Systems in PhilosophyLogicLogical ProcessesBasic Logical Concepts/VocabularyLaws of Thought
Two things are considered in the classification of sentence. They are:(a) The function performed by the sentences and the structure of the sentence(b) The function performed by the individual clauses and the structure of the sentence(c) The phrasal structures and the sentence structure(d) All of the aboveOne of these is a compound complex sentence:, (a) Adamu came in the morning and told us that he was successful in the examination but that his score were low(b) The tired farmer returned...
CommunicationThe Communication Process Mass CommunicationSociology of Mass CommunicationThe Mass MediaMedia and SocietyTheories of Mass Media
Population Policies in NigeriaPolicy ObjectivesChallenges Confronting Population Policies in NigeriaTheories of PopulationMeaning of Health ProfessionRole of Health ProfessionalsHealthcare Professional & Patient Relationship
The Scope of SociologySub-fields in SociologyMeaning of SociologyFactors Influencing the Creation of Sociology
Methods in Sociology of the FamilyQuantitative Research MethodQualitative Research method
Family Structure & AttributesTypes of FamilyFunctions of the Traditional FamilyWhy we Study Sociology of the FamilyChanges in Trends and Patterns of Family StructureFamily as a Social Institution
Family HealthThe Role of Family in HealthReasons for Studying Family Health in Sociology of the FamilyScope/Targets of Family HealthDeterminants of Family HealthSocial Change and the FamilyParentingMajor Challenges Facing the Family in this Modern Day