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The Impact of Globalization on the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Profession in the Philippine Context: An Anti-Imperialist Perspective

This comprehensive academic paper critically examines the impact of globalization on the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) profession in the Philippines from an anti-imperialist perspective. Globalization has brought both opportunities and challenges to the ICT industry, shaping the dynamics of the profession. By analyzing relevant treaties, such as the World Trade Organization's (WTO) General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) and the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Int...

Establishment of the Kifilideen, Lukmon and Fatimo Scales in the Determination of the Magnitude of Population of any Particular Entity and other Development

Overtime the parameters commonly used to measure the population of a location are number of population in figure, population density in people/km2 and population growth in percentage. These parameters are not enough to quantify the intensity of the population of the entities of a place. The previous methods of measuring population which are number of population in figure and population density in people/km2 have huge and large figure which is difficult to work with and interpret. Knowing...

Influence of Social Media: The Response of the Electorates to the 2022 Continuous Voters Registration in Nigeria

Abstract In Nigeria, the continuous voters’ registration was conducted in 2022 as part of preparation for the 2023 general elections. The Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) exercise was meant for the registration of citizens who turned 18 years of age after the last registration exercise; or those who for one reason or another could not register in the previous exercises, or those whose voters cards are defaced, or those who want to change their voting addresses or those who want to cor...

A Research into Writing Difficulties Faced by Basic Pupils at Fereso R/C Primary School in Ghana

The goal of this project was to help the students at Fereso R/C Primary School become better handwrites. For the study, 33 students were chosen. Analyses were done on the interviews and the responses. To get information from the students, an observation and test were also done. Interventions that were implemented were. First, weekly handwriting instruction activities were implemented under the researcher's supervision. The assignment was scored and marked. Once more, test items were given out...

Effect of Television Advertising on Consumer Purchasing Behaviour in Oshodi Isolo Local Government Area, Lagos State

ABSTRACT The effect of Television advertising on consumer purchasing behaviour was carried out in oshodi-isolo using Concept of advertisement, Television advertising, Consumer buying behaviour, Effect of advertising on Consumers’ behaviour, Empirical studies. Advertising through all media influences audiences, but television is one of the strongest mediums of advertising and due to its mass reach and visual components; it cannot only influence individuals’ attitude, behaviour, lifestyle, ...

UNDUE FAMILIARITY WITH (ABUSE OF) DIVINE THINGS IN SOME CHURCHES IN AMANNAGWU AROCHUKWU TODAY

One characteristic of God emphasized in the Scriptures and necessary for believers in their relationshipwith Him today is His holiness, and His requirement of them to be holy as well. Believers must approach God with reverence to be acceptable before Him. This has always been the case. He told Israel long ago, “'For I am the Lord, who brought you up from the land of Egypt, to be your God; thus you shall be holy for I am holy" (Leviticus 11:45). Israel always sufferedterriblywhenever theydis...

Towards Scientific Apperception Tests for Twenty-first Century Social Sciences Research: Formulating ‘Structured Apperception Techniques for Socio-cultural Change’ in Twenty-first Century Soc

This paper takes forward the concepts and postulates of our two published papers on socio-cultural change to their logical conclusion, and seeks to put forward some new and novel techniques through which we believe the ideals of these two papers can be eminently realized. Another objective of this paper is to review the various types of already existing apperception tests such as the Thematic Apperception tests which try to assess the sub-conscious dynamics of a person’s personality, and pr...

Ensuring Food Security: The State, Market and Civil Society

Though concepts of food security have acquired a variety of interpretations, it acquires a meaning where it also connotes nutritional security at the household level. Nowhere in developed and in the developing world has this notion become operationalised. Ensuring nutritional security requires that the three vital institutions - the state, the market and civil society, each recognises its own role and responsibility in warding off hunger, and ensuring food security

A VALEDICTORY SPEECH DELIVERED BY UFERE GODSWILL OME DURING 2021 CONVOCATION CEREMONY AT HUGH GOLDIE THEOLOGICAL PRESBYTERIAN SEMINARY

I feel highly honoured and humbled to stand here as the class valedictorian for the graduating class of 2021 of Hugh Goldie Theological Institution, Arochukwu - Citadel of Godly Learning and Relevance. O yes, we have conquered; this day is a great one.  I will not fail to say "many, many congratulations" to us - the graduating class, the class of 2021. Well, we made it. We made it through periods of Greek and Hebrew classes, through periods of hermeneutics and exegesis classes, through wee...

DE-FACTO EXPOSITION ON MELCHIZEDEK AND THE CATHOLIC VIEW OF THE HOLY MASS

Catholics and Protestants differ in what they believe about the Holy Eucharist. Catholics believe that the Eucharist is truly a sacrifice. When Catholics celebrate Mass, God makes Jesus’s sacrifice on the cross present to us once again, allowing us to participate in it and offer it up to him in union with Jesus. In contrast, Protestants believe that the bread and wine are just a memorial service whereby we remember Jesus’s sacrifice, but Catholics do not actually participate in it. To hel...

DOMINICA IN PALMIS

How beautiful is the account of Jesus’ Passion. Because the Passion of Jesus was so revered it is believed the Passion accounts in the Gospels were the first parts of the Gospels to be written. The early Christians were so eager to preserve the account of our salvation that they put the Passion of Jesus in writing quickly. We can understand their sentiments because we too venerate Jesus’ Passion. 

“SOWING AT THE APOSTLE’S FEET”: NATURE AND EFFECTS OF RELIGIOUS EXTORTION AMONG CHURCH MINISTERS IN NIGERIA

The teachings of most religions of the world condemn corruption. It considers it as an offense against humanity and divinity. As Faleye (2013:175) asserted that, “Religion has brought peace and harmony to the world and that its leaders are motivated by the service of their God. However, religion had used fear, hate and sometimes lies to control and manipulate people for the advantage of a selected group of individuals. In Nigeria, greater number of the citizens are religious enthusiasts and...

Grammatical Accuracies and Inaccuracies in Modern English

This document explores in detail the five most common grammatical errors native to the English language. Additionally, a linguistic study is conducted regarding the effectiveness of Sophie Alexander Frazer's "Why Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights is a Cult Classic," an article that is adept in its syntactic expressions. 

The Distracted Globe of Hamlet: Insane or Feigned?

This paper attempts to assess the veracity of Shakespearean protagonist Hamlet's mental condition. Ultimately, the author posits, through comprehensive research and textual analysis, that the prince is feigning psychosis. 

African Women in Politics in Ousmane Sembene's God's Bits of Wood

From pre – colonial to colonial to post pre –colonial periods, women in Africa have a long and varied history of political activism. African women have participated in political parties, women's movements, national liberation movements, and other social movements. Additionally, they had to deal with patriarchal structures and culture's opposition. These could be attributed to several cultural restraints in African society. Therefore, this paper examines the political and cultural restrain...


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