Research Papers/Topics in Education/Arts & Social Sciences

THE IMPACT OF STAFF DISCIPLINE AND CONTROL IN AN ORGANIZATION: A STUDY OF ENUGU STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

ABSTRACT   x Discipline  and  control  are  essential  management  principles  that  could  be  used  as  tools  to enhance  staff  compliance  to  work  standard,  rules  and  regulations  in  order  to  achieve organizational  goals.  Recent  studies  on  the  causes  of  inefficiency,  laxity  and  eye-...

An analysis of NGOs and humanitarian situation in the North east Nigeria

Abstract A Research was conducted in North Eastern Nigeria to analyse the NGOs and Humanitarian situation in the region with emphasis on Borno, Adamawa and Yobe States. Simple random sampling was adopted to analyse selected NGOs. 15 NGOs were selected at random from the study area. Data were analyse for this study with descriptive statistical tools using frequency count and percentages on answering research questions. The study revealed that the most of the NGOs are&n...

KANTIAN CRITIQUE OF THE PHENOMENON OF SUICIDE

AbstractSuicide as a phenomenon has been realized at the apex in the list of causes of death in our society, its effect is becoming more intense on daily bases and the outcome of a suicidal act to the general public has been observed as a notable problem in the contemporary society. Philosophers, sociologists, psychologists, religious leaders and authorities in different fields have given much attention to the study of the phenomenon of suicide. It is on this background that this work analyse...

WILLINGNESS TO PAY FOR SANITATION: EVIDENCE FROM HEDONIC PRICE MODEL (HPM)

Sanitation management issues have gained global interest due to its immense impact on health and economic development, especially within the developing regions of the world. In Ghana, despite the proactive policies implemented by the government, households still find it as a problem to have access to improved sanitation. In this research, we hypothesize that access to sanitation in residences increases housing appraisal value. The hedonic price model was applied to value the access to improve...

Feminist Aesthetics in Neshani Andreas' The Purple Violet of Oshaantu and Binwell Sinyangwe's A Cowrie of Hope.

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION        Man  has  often  been  the  very  type  of  humanity  that  is  recognized.  Every society sees woman as relative to man. The patriarchal system gave rise  to  the  term  feminism.  From  time  immemorial  women  have  been subjugated, oppressed and humiliated. Women have been seen as a second, a wife and rearer of children and nothing more.        Feminism  as  an  advocate  for  the  emancipation  of  women  from oppres...

Communication Modes, Religion and Parents Attitude as a Determinant of Psychosocial Adjustment of Learners with Hearing Impairment in Ibadan North Local Government Area

The study investigated the influence of communication modes, religion and parent attitude on the psychosocial adjustment of student with hearing impairment. The study investigated the influence of communication modes, religion and parents attitudes on the psychosocial adjustment of student with hearing impairment. A self-developed structured questionnaire was designed for date collection, Section A focused on the demographic information, while the section B, C, D and E measures the variables ...

CROSS GENERATION SEX AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE LEANERS AT KAMPALA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY (CASE STUDY OF COLLEGE OF EDUCATION OPENDISTANCE AND e-LEARNING)

ABSTRACTThe study sought to investigate Cross Generation Sex and Academic Performance Learners at Kampala International University Case Study of College of Education Open Distance   and e-Learning, Aimed To find out Causes of cross generation sex, to examine effects of cross generation sex in Kampala International University and To assess Mitigation strategies reduce its impact. Research design used was descriptive case designs using both qualitative and quantitative approaches....

IMPACT OF DOING TEACHING PRACTICE AND RECEIVING LECTURES ON STUDENT ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE (A CASE STUDY OF FACULTY OF EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS)

The objective of this study was to find out the impact of doing teaching practice and receiving lectures on student teacher's academic performance in UNILAG, Nigeria. The relative impact of each of the two independent variables on the dependent was also investigated. A survey design was adopted and the study sample consisted of 21 graduating student teachers and 14 education graduates selected across all departments in faculty of education, UNILAG using random sampling techniques. Two hypothe...

FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH STREET HAWKING AMONG CHILDREN OF SCHOOL AGE

This study was aimed at investigating the factors associated with street hawking among children of school age in Enugu North Local Government of Enugu State. To guide the study, four research questions were formulated. The design adopted for this study was survey design. The population of the study consists of 779 teachers. This includes 690 female teachers and 89 male teachers in the 9 government secondary school in Enugu North Local Government Area of Enugu state (PPSMB 2017).Out of t...

Local Government Administration in Nigeria: The Search for Relevance

AbstractIn the general discourse on the local government system in Nigeria, two major influences are notable: the intervention of the military in politics, and the 1976 reform of local government. However, the 1979 constitution, which provided the legal framework for the 1976 reforms, plunged the local government system into a crisis of identity, and ever since local government in Nigeria has remained an idea in search of relevance. This paper examines both the inherent weakness of the consti...

APPRAISAL OF THE ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF E-BANKING IN NIGERIA BANKS (A CASE STUDY OF DIAMOND BANK)

The research work investigates into the economic implications of electronic banking which technology has brought about among Nigeria banks using Diamond Bank Plc as a case study. 

THE EFFECTS OF COMMUNITY POLICING IN CURBING CRIMINALITY IN JOS SOUTH LGA OF PLATEAU STATE, NIGERIA

ABSTRACTThe failure of government programmes for the control of crime informed private citizens playing a variety of roles that is making a decisive difference in the prevention, detection and prosecution of crime around the world. Private Citizens represent an underutilized source of assistance in crime control and social decay management. While law abiding citizens are willing and potentially capable of assisting the police, they lack direction and experience. However, with proper su...

EFFECTIVENESS OF MULTIMEDIA FACILITIES IN IMPROVING STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE IN COMPUTER STUDIES IN FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, EHA-AMUFU, ENUGU STATE.

ABSTRACTThis project work examined the effectiveness of multimedia facilities in improving students’ performance in computer in Federal College of Education, Eha Amufu, Enugu State. The work explained the conceptual background of thestudy such as effectiveness, multimedia,facilities, performance, education and computer. The work statistically analyzed four research questions focusing on availability of multimedia facilities, usage of multimedia facilities, hindrances of multimedia facil...

ATTITUDES OF UNDERGRADUATES OF SOCIAL STUDIES UNIT TOWARDS ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Abstract This study x-rayed the   attitudes of undergraduates of Social Studies Unit towards entrepreneurship education in Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki. Four research questions were posed to guide the study. Survey research design was used for the study. The population for this study consisted of 151 (one hundred and fifty-one) students of Social Studies Unit of the Department of Arts and Social Science Education, Ebonyi State University. There was no sampling since the p...

An Assessment of the Learning Environment of Early Childhood and Development Education in Public Schools in Esan West Local Government Area of Edo State, Nigeria

The study examined the learning environment as a challenge to the provision of quality early childhood education in public primary schools in Esan West Local Government Area of Edo State, Nigeria. The descriptive survey research design was adopted for this study while a total of 117 teachers were sampled from a population of 468 in all the public primary schools in the locality. Data was collected using random sampling. The instrument used was a questionnaire entitled “Challenges of Early C...


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