Research Papers/Topics in Education/History

A Deep Tunneled Architecture For Creating Privacy Aware Secured EmailCommunication Using Visual Cryptography

Abstract  Nowadays online attacks have increased to a great extent   and   the   most   popular   attack   among   them   is   phishing. Phishing can be basically defined as one kind of attack in which the type of email scam often associated with spam.  It steals the confidential information. Which is carried out by hacker, So it is very much important for the users to identify the fake website and avoid falling prey to it. It proposed a ...

Historiography by Objectives: A new approach for the study of history within the framework of the proposed Twenty-First Century School of Historiography

The paper presents a broad overview of various approaches adopted in the field of historiography across the ages starting from ancient times. It also discusses the merits and demerits of the major schools of thought and proposes a new methodology for the study of history within the framework of the proposed Twenty-First Century school of Historiography. This paper proposes a stakeholderfocussed approach towards historiography and encompasses a wide range of topics from research and d...

What are the Claims of Sacrifice Made by Siddhartha as Herman Hesse Depicts

What are the claims of sacrifice made by Siddhartha as Herman Hesse depictsAs a great Buddha once said,“the sacrifice which causes sorrow to the doer of the sacrifice is no sacrifice. Real sacrifice lightens the mind of the doer and gives him a sense of peace and joy. The Buddha gave up the pleasures of life because they had become painful to him.” This same concept applies to Siddhartha. Siddhartha has a lifelong journey to become enlightened. He gave up the people he loved and his own ...

Programming Content of Nigerian Broadcast Media: Towards an Indigenizing Paradigm

ABSTRACTTELEVISION is an important medium of communication in the 21st century.It is used for several reasons including information, education, entertainment,and persuasion. Unlike other media structures, television has the advantageof utilizing vision for mass communication. Programming remains a keyinstrument for attracting audience and determining the viability of a station.Television technology is developing rapidly and impacting diverse strata ofthe population. It is a socializing agent ...

Impacts of Social Networking Site (SNS) on Growing up Adolescent Girls A study on Bangladeshi Collegiate Girls School in Khulna

Nowadays the internet has gained paramount importance in the education arena. The main objective of the study is to identify the impacts of social networking sites (SNS) on growing up adolescent girls in KCC. To identify the nature of browsing the internet, to find out how social sites help to increase the knowledge level, to know the impact of using a social networking site. The study was conducted through a survey research design. For this study, purposive sampling was used. Samples were co...

KPA Music As A Medium Of Social Resistance Among The La

ABSTRACT The lyrics of traditional music are an information source usually neglected in the study of cultures, yet, they hold an important part of oral history. This study examines the contexts and lyrics of a traditional music and dance form called Kpa shimo, which is performed by the people of La during their annual festival – Homowo. Kpa is the only type of music that is permitted during the festival in La. Some literary sources present the Homowo festival as a generic series of cer...

A Study of The Tigare Shrine At Pepease, Kwahu

ABSTRACT This study examines the Tigare shrine at Pepease, Kwahu. It reviews the background of the study area taking into consideration the location and history of Pepease-Kwahu. It also reviews some shrines in Ghana and compares the material with the data gathered from the Tigare shrine at Pepease-Kwahu. The traditional beliefs of the people of Kwahu and then some customary practices observed by the people of Pepease-Kwahu are also discussed. Relying heavily on ethnographic data and lit...

A Stylistic Study Of The Speeches Of Some Key Actors Of The ‘June 12’ Crisis In Nigeria (1993-1998)

ABSTRACT This study examines the roles played by language in the conflict generated by the annulment of the June 12, 1993 presidential election in Nigeria (commonly referred to as ‘June 12’ crisis). ‘June 12’ crisis is so significant in Nigeria’s democratisation process that the way it is played out in linguistic and non-linguistic terms deserves scholarly attention. I Iowever, extant literature on the conflict pays little attention to the manipulations of language. This stud...

THE ORIGINS, IMPLEMENTATION AND EFFECTS OF GHANA’S 1969 ALIENS COMPLIANCE ORDER

ABSTRACT This study situates the November 18, 1969 Aliens Compliance Order in a historical perspective and, with the employment of the internal-external approach, examines the context in which the expulsion order was enforced. Relying on both primary and secondary sources, the study reveals that various factors combined to make Ghana one of the preferred migrants’ destinations in West Africa, especially from the beginning of the nineteenth century to the 1960s. In the face of the gro...

Indigenous Education System: Some Notes on the Guji Oromo Age Old Traditional Education Practices, Southern Ethiopia

The main theme of this manuscript is to highlight the Guji Oromo indigenous education system; which needs the detail revision on historical, cultural, political, philosophical, religion, and geographical foundation of the society. It also indicates that the Guji Oromo have developed indigenous education system through which they transferred indigenous knowledge to the next generation. The study also shows that the education process is guided by well-structured traditional curriculum, which de...

How We Can Improve Students Interest in Asking and Answering Questions in the Classroom: The Case of Second Year Social Science Students of Bule Hora University in 2020.

This education research tries to look at student’s low interest in asking and answering questions in social science courses and teacher’s efforts, mechanisms and hard workings to improve students’ interest and participation in a class room and other project works. Likewise, the paper also assess and examine the causes of some students being silence in class room when they are addressed different individual and group class works in their session; and results that has been occur mainly af...

AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE EFFECTIVENESS OF FIELD WORK IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF GEOGRAPHY IN NIGERIA SECONDARY SCHOOLS

ABSTRACT    This study examines the effectiveness of fieldwork in the teaching and learning of geography in secondary schools in Ondo West Local Government Area of Ondo State. This study was carried out in 10 secondary schools in the study area: one hundred and twenty Students and ten teachers were used as the sampling size of the study. Questionnaire method was used to gather data: The study also examines the attitude of students and teachers towards fieldwork and examined whether fieldwor...

THE CHALLENGES AND PROSPECT OF FREE, FAIR AND CREDIBLE ELECTION IN NIGERIA. A THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE

The study was to assess the challenges and prospect of free, fair and credible election in Nigerian context, last time the country conducted an election for contestants into various elective posts in 2015. The 2011 general elections characterize with violence before, during and after the election. The violence that took place especially after the presidential election was unique in the history of the Nigerian politics. The paper aims to consider the challenges of elections and identifie...

EXAMINATION OF STRATEGIES USED BY GOVERNMENT TEACHERS IN CATERING FOR STUDENTS’INEQUALITY IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF GOVERNMENT IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ILORIN SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNME

This study examined the strategies used by government teachers in catering for students’ inequality in the teaching and learning of government in Senior Secondary Schools in Ilorin South Local Government Area. The descriptive survey research design was used in this study. In all, 90government students and 3government teachers from three schools formed the sample size for the study. The instruments used to collect data were questionnaire and interview guide. The study found that teache...

EFFECTIVENESS OF SCHOOL BASED MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLIN FEDERAL CAPITAL TERRITORY

ABSTRACTThis   study   was   carried   out   to   determine   the   effectiveness   of   school   basedmanagement committee in the development of secondary education in FederalCapital Territory. In order to realize the objectives of the study which is toassess the most important challenges and difficulties the principals encounteredin   the   process  &nbs...


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