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Cultural Identity and Diversity among the Efịk and Qua of Calabar

Abstract Culture takes diverse forms across time and space. This diversity is embodied in the uniqueness and plurality of the identities of the groups and societies making up humankind. As a source of exchange, innovation and creativity, cultural diversity is as necessary for humankind as biodiversity is for nature. In this sense, it is the common heritage of humanity and should be recognized and affirmed for the benefit of present and future generations. Many of the specific cultura...

Media Evolution and the Challenges of Managing Virtual Interactive Processes for Media Research

Virtual interactive process occurs when a process that relies upon physical interaction between people and/or objects is transitioned to a virtual environment. Virtual process is having profound effects on society as an increasing number of persons and particularly researchers are migrating to virtual environments. The purpose of this paper is to explore the strategies that ensure effective management of virtually conducted research. The manager of a virtual process is not much diff...

Miscommunication and EnGENDERed Spaces in Nigerian Digital Performances

The Nigerian theatre now transcends the physical space to the virtual sphere manifesting as digital performances. Within this virtual space is an over lapping layer of mediatized performances which are reinforced in a number of ways. Interestingly, the performances accommodate overwhelming references to the female gender and there exists mis/communication of perceived bias and prejudices against women. This essay critically analyses some of these digital performances through the len...

The New Normal and Gendered Violence in Nigerian Film Space

Arguably, film is the most magical form of storytelling. It is that genre that is most similar to our dreams; a place where a lot of possibilities abound. In the case of Nigerian films, there is little or no holding back as creativity and imagination are often interlaced with biased and unbiased social constructs. This study considers ‘New Normal’ as the current thematic preoccupation of Nigerian films to trivialise women’s rights and promote abuses. This phenomeno...

Influence Of Child Labour on Academic Performance of Secondary School Student in Ila Local Government

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Corruption and Public Attitude Towards the Nigeria Police Force (A Case Study Of Ilorin West Local Government)

ABSTRACT         Nigeria political and economic system has been characterize by series of crisis in which corruption surface to be one of the major challenges. Thus, this project work examined corruption among the Nigeria Police Force and as it affect the entire public attitude. The findings of this work will enhance Nigeria as a state in facing the cankerworm and use every possible solution in combating it. From the research, the questionnaire di...

The Causes and Effect of Drug Abuse Among Adolescents in Selected Secondary Schools (A Case Study of Patagia Local Government Area Of Kwara State)

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An Examination of Parents and Teachers Perception and Attitude Towards the use of Corporal Punishment in Secondary Schools in Irepodun Local Government Area

ABSTRACT         The research work was set out to find out the Examination of parents and Teacher’s perception and attitude toward the use of corporal punishment in Secondary School in Irepodun LGEA.         Data were collected from two hundred randomly selected students through influence of an examination of parents and teachers perception and attitude towards the use of corporal punishment in secondary s...

Assessment of the Effect of Parental Status on Academic Performance Business Studies Student in Ogbomosho, Oyo State

CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTION1.1       Background to the Study             Education is a fundamental human right, the key to sustainable development, a crucial tool for effective participation in societies and it enhances peace and stability among countries (Ninomiya, 2003). Posse and Melgosa (2002) identified three environments that must come into play in the educational process which include; the famil...

The Relevance of Information Communication Technology to the Teaching of Islamic Studies in Upper Basic Schools in Asa Local Government Area

CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTIONBackground to the Study          This research emerge as a result of the researcher’s observation on the use of information communication technology in teaching Islamic studies in upper basics schools. The scope of the subject is very wide to be covered within the period of classroom lessons which needs the use of computer in order to have adequate knowledge about the content by the students.  &nbs...

Effects of Marriage Divorce on Academic Performance of Islamic Study Students in Secondary School, Ede/North LGA Osun State

CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTIONBackground to the StudyDivorce is legal dissolution of marriage bond. Once the couple decide to divorce, they are free to remarry. In Nigeria, there has been the increase in the rate of divorce. There are two factors influencing the rising divorce rates in the Nigeria. The first factor is both men and women are relying less on one another for economic survival. As women gain status in their workplace or on their businesses, they often want to stand on their own a...

Predictors of Domestic Violence as Expressed by Married Adults in Ilorin Metropolis, Kwara State

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Parent Socioeconomic Status on In-School Adolescents’ Attitudes Towards Schooling Questionnaire (Pssiaasq)

 CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTIONBackground to the Study            Parents socio-economic background has a lot of roles to play in students’ achievements as well as their attitude towards schooling. It is key to a students’ life and outside of school, is the most important influence on student learning. Socio-economic status of parents do not only affect the academic performance, but also makes it possible for children from low ba...

Padeola New Dawn Islamic Nur/Primary School Ilorin

2ND TERM EXAMINATION CLASS: SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMICSSECTION A Choose the correct answer from option A – D1.       Each hair grow from a narrow tube in the skin called hair ______ (a) follicle (b) pit (c) root (d) organ 2.       The sense organ for smelling is _____ (a) hair  (b) hand (c) eyes (d) nose 3.       One of the following is wrong (a) eye for sight (b) skin for feeling (c) nose for...

Maternal Socioeconomic Status on Pupil's Cognitive Development Questionnaire(MSSPCDQ)

CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTIONBackground to the Study            Children from different socioeconomic backgrounds have divergent academic, language, and social emotional outcomes yet there are no universally accepted mechanisms to explain this association between maternal socioeconomic status and children’s development. Many children have parents who are able to meet their needs, but other children are at risk of not receiving early inte...


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