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Social Media and Its Impact on International Relations

Social media and the internet have changed the way that information is disseminated to the public. Once upon a time, information was only accessible through the institutions of the State and the flow of information between governments and citizens tightly controlled. Since the internet we have seen this model turned on its head completely, as the costs of recording and distributing information dramatically dropped and the steady rise of citizen journalists, bloggers and online activists began...

MTN Nigeria and its Contribution to the Socio-Economic Development of Nigeria 2000 - 2019

MTN as a South African company was license to operate in Nigeria in February, 2001 and is undoubtedly one of the leading telecommunication companies in Nigeria with its presence in over 21 countries of Africa and the Middle East. With over 54 million subscribers in Nigeria, MTN Nigeria is unarguably the biggest GSM service provider in the country that keeps expanding its business frontiers and recording unprecedented turnover in Nigeria and even beyond.  MTN Nigeria over the years has...

Archaeology and Social Stability in Nigeria: An Appraisal

AbstractThe main focus of this paper is to bring to limelight how archaeological activities/findings are appropriate resources not only for understanding the past, but also for the purpose of adequately informing future plans. Archaeological activities and findings have the ability to provide positive answers to the general social instability in a nation (as being experienced or witnessed in Nigeria in particular and West Africa in ...

The Impact of Common Tree Categories on Archaeological Investigation in Nigeria: An Ethno-botanical Perspective on Sites in the Middle Belt Region

Trees are scientifically win breakers and sun absorbers which release oxygen into the atmosphere. The leaves of trees that fall on the ground add nutrients to the soil which in turn enhances the growth of both plants and animals. Trees serve both as food, medicine and raw materials for making of tools, weapons, furniture, and construction or building of local bridges and structures amongst others. Trees, both in the past and ...

The Role of Archeology in the Development of World's Cultural Tourism

Abstract Archaeology is concern about the preservation and promotion of World’s heritage. This discipline is all about the identification, preservation, decolonization, publication, and stewardship of cultural resources which in turn referred to as cultural tourism. This paper tends to address the role of archaeology in the development of world’s cultural tourism as the basic focus. It also addressed the impact of the development of cultural tourism, challenges of the development and als...

The Socio-Political and Economic Structures of Birnin-Kudu Settlement Patterns: An Ethno-Archaeological Perspective

Abstract In this paper, we study from an ethno-archaeological perspective of Bimin-Kudu settlement pattern. The study is concerned with the explanation of socio-political and economic structures among the other relevant structures that made Birni n-Kudu settlement pattern using the present structures to explain the past. Birnin-Kudu is an ancient settlement with both old and new settlements that has anethnographic parallel which indicates a linkage between the past and the present such as Pal...

Futuristic Hyperbaric Oxygen Service

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The Effectiveness of Islamic Education Subjects Among Moslem Students in Ranau, Sabah

THE EFFECTIVENESSOF ISLAMIC EDUCATION SUBJECTS AMONG MOSLEM STUDENTS IN RANAU, SABAH  ABSTRACT The purpose of this study is to increase the in-depth understanding of the effectiveness of Islamic Education Subjects among Moslem students in Ranau, Sabah.  This study focuses on three topics namely i) the role of Islamic subjects ii) problems in the teaching and learning process of Islamic Education and iii) the extent of the effectiveness of Islamic Education to empowering personality among...

IOT Based Health Care Monitoring System Using Raspberry PI3

AbstractInternet of things which is abbreviated as IOT is referred to the interconnected devices under a network. Using IOT,various applications such as health monitoring and medical device integration can be achieved. In this paper, we will be using the concept of IOT along with a series of single board computers known as Raspberry Pi to monitor the temperature and heartbeat of the patient. In case of critical conditions, the doctor will be intimated by receiving an alert message. ...

Three (3) Examples of Expository Essays

IntroductionAn Expository essay, also called informational writing, seeks to primarily provide detailed information on a subject matter so that readers become knowledgeable about the subject matter. An expository essay is a form of structured academic writing that uses factual evidence to explain or investigate a specific topic.“Expose means to uncover or lay something bare, or to discover something in a way that others know what it is”It has a purpose of explaining, informing, or describ...

Understanding the Major Types of Letter Writing

IntroductionA letter is a written message that can be handwritten or printed on paper. It is usually sent to the recipient via mail or post in an envelope, although this is not a requirement as such. Any such message that is transferred via post is a letter, a written conversation between two parties. A letter is written when something has to be conveyed to someone far away. However, even today a lot of our communication, especially the formal kind, is done via letters. Even in today’s fast...

Virtual Learning and Readiness of Tutors of Colleges of Education in Ghana

AbstractCOVID 19 has thrown a new challenge to tutors in the colleges of education in Ghana. The purpose of this study was to examine tutors’ readiness in the use of virtual/digital learning classrooms in the Colleges of Education in Ghana. The study employed an analytical survey design. The study targeted tutors in the colleges of education in Ghana. The sample size for the study was 590 (495 tutors and 95 students). Focused group discussion was used to validate the data obtained from the ...

The Effects of Mobile Phone Utilization to The Academic Performance of Students

ABSTRACT CAÑEZO, LAVEN et. Al., Almeria National High School, Almeria Biliran, Philippines. February 2020. MOBILE PHONES UTILIZATION TO THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS. This study aims to determine the effects of mobile phones utilization to the academic performances of students in Almeria National High School. There are 60 respondents compromising 10 randomly selected students from six sections in Grade 10. The researchers used survey method to gather information by givin...

A Post Anthropocentric Explication of the Posthuman World Building in Adrian Tchaikovsky s the Doors of Eden

The present study seeks to analyze Adrian Tchaikovsky’s novel The Doors ofEden (2020) to describe how posthumanism and post-anthropocentrism cango hand-in-hand in contemporary speculative fiction. The novel itself isa masterpiece in world-building where the action takes place against thebackground of an eternally proliferating multiversal reality. Parallel worlds,sentient monsters, posthuman, non-human entities abound in the novel, andthis will be seen as complementary and conducive to the ...

Man with the Machine: Analyzing the Role of Autopoietic Machinic Agency in Ian McEwan’s Machines Like Me

The study will attempt to analyze Ian McEwan‘s novel Machines Like Me (2019) to explore issues related to the question of whether it ispossible to found a meaningful relationship between man and machine in a culture which is inching towards a Transhuman or Posthuman state while also focusing on the issue that how the very definition of ‗human‘ is bound to undergo a radical shift in an environment where machines not just mimic and flawlessly replicate their human counterparts in many res...


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