Research Papers/Topics in History

Myths and socio-cultural significance of Oloolu masquerade festival in Ibadan

TABLE OF CONTENTSCertificationDedicationAcknowledgementsAbstractChapter oneIntroduction1.1 Background to the Study1.2 Statement of the Problem1.3. Research Questions1.4 Objectives of the Study1.5 Significance of the Study1.6 Scope of the Study1.7     Operationalization of TermsCHAPTER TWO: REVIEW OF LITERATURE AND THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK2.0 Literature Review2.1 Culture2.2 Masquerades In Yoruba Land2.3 Socio-Cultural Significance of Masquerades in Yoruba Land 2.4 Oloolu Masquera...

ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL IMPACTS OF AWKA-NORTH INDIGENES TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF ILORIN

The people of awka-north, Anambra State, Nigeria have been living in Ilorin, Kwara State for decades and even though these group of people represent a small portion of the Igbo community in Ilorin, their impact to the social and economic development of Ilorin have not been noticed nor acknowledged. This study highlights the contributions of many Awka north indigenes living in Ilorin, Because many of them have become major stakeholders in the economic growth of Ilorin.  

SOCIO-POLITICAL ORGANISATION OF USEH VILLAGE IN BENIN KINGDOM BEFORE 1897

ABSTRACT This study derives its motivation from the researcher’s interest in investigating the socio-political organization of Useh Village in Benin Kingdom during the pre-colonial period. The researcher was curious to examine the political mechanism developed by the people to ensure the maintenance of peace and order in the community. From the reign of Oba Eweka I of Benin Kingdom, the community developed a unique system of political governance based on the administration of t...

Project by segbeyon on zangbeto.

A complex analysis of the Zangbeto masquerade festival in ogu land.

Cultural history of otuo from pre-colonial times to 1960

It generally talks about the History of the people of Otuo. How they originated, where they originated from, their cultures, values, norms and practices. It also sheds light on their might and importance in the Benin Kingdom.

THE DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSFORMATION OF MBAISE TOWN OF IMO STATE FROM 1976-1999

TABLE OF CONTENTOUTLINESCHAPTER ONE: GENERAL INTRODUCTION1.1Background to the Study1.2Statement of Research Problem1.3Aims and Objectives1.4Scope and Limitation1.5Significance of study1.6Research Methodology1.7Conceptual Framework1.8Literature ReviewCHAPTER TWO: HISTORICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL BACKGROUNDS OF MBAISE 2.1 Geographical Location of Mbaise  2.2 Land and People of Mbaise 2.3 Socio-cultural activities of the People2.4 socio-economic Activities2.5 Socio-political Activities...

SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR AND CONTRACEPTIVE USE AMONG STUDENTS IN KADUNA STATE UNIVERSITY”

CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTION1.1 Background to the Study    -    -    -    -    -    -    -    11.2 Statement of the Problem    -    -    -    -    -    -    -    21.3 Research Questions    -    -    -  &nbsp...

A Socio-Economic Responsibilities Of Women In Otukpo Clan In The 20th Century

This study is chosen because of the significant role played by women in Idoma land particularly their cultural responsibilities to the Otukpo clan What stimulated the researcher to embark on this writing is to contribute to knowledge. Nothing much has been written on the significant role played by Idoma women in the area of their cultural responsibilities particularly in Otukpo clan. This study focuses on the cultural responsibilities of women to the Otukpo clan in Idoma land which form ...

The Contribution Of Marble Mining Company To The Economic Development Of Igbeti Community From 1969 To Present

The aim of this work is to examine the role of Marble Mining Company to the economic development of Igbeti as well as the rate at which these developments is taking place.  In doing this, we shall examine the origin of Marble mining company, its operation. We shall also attempt to explore the attention paid to the aspect of internal environment at the organization such as the quality of the products, the distribution of products, resources mobilization and utilization, organization struc...

Indigenous Iron Works In The 19th Century In The Benin City

West Africa people early learned to mine and utilize their supplies of three important metals-gold, Iron and copper. The production of gold at an unidentified place on the West Africa coast long before the birth of Christ. When Iron was first worked, and also it was first used at a large scale, is not really known. Yet it is certain that knowledge of Iron smiting was gained before the beginning of Christian era. Some historians believe of the knowledge was transmitted from Libya in about 500B...

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