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The Impact of Political Disequilibrium on Educational Development in Nigeria

An issue that requires attention is the impact of political turmoil on the progress of the education system in Nigeria. Consequently, the researcher has selected the subject of "the impact of political unrest on educational progress in Nigeria," aiming to ascertain the repercussions of political upheaval on the improvement of education in Nigeria, specifically in Edo State. Chapter one of the study focused on a specific research issue, which led to the formulation of five research questio...

The History of Facebook and its Impact on Humanity

The paper presents an in-depth analysis of the evolution over time of Facebook and its diverse influence on several facets of human existence, encompassing social interaction, dissemination of information, commerce, politics, cultural dynamics, confidentiality, psychological well-being, and technological advancements. Mark Zuckerberg established Facebook in 2004 as a social networking tool primarily targeting university students. Over time, it has expanded into a worldwide sensation, attracti...

Skepticism of Zimbabwean Firms in Fully Digitalizing Marketing Functions: An Abridged Theoretical Insight

In the dynamic landscape of Zimbabwean business, the reluctance of firms to fully embrace digitalization for their marketing functions is multifaceted. This article explores, in brief, ten adoption theories to shed light on this skepticism. This collection of theories provides an abridged twenty-minute insight on why most firms in the developing world tend to adopt a laggard approach when considering the adoption of information technology in their marketing functions.

Resource Control Agitation and Political Stability in Nigeria: a Case Study of South-south Nigeria

ABSTRACT  The study examined the resource control agitation and political stability in Nigeria: a case study of south south Nigeria. It explained the concepts and dynamics of the resource control agitation and political stability in Nigeria. The related literatures were reviewed  and Rawls Theory of justice was employed at course of the research. Study made use of secondary sources of data bring to an end, the agitation, for the interest of the whole Nigeria and her international study...

Customer Innovativeness: An Effusive Perspective to Brand Extension

“Branding  and  consumer  buying  behaviour are  positively correlated (Muhammad & Iqbal, 2014). Emotional loyalty is considered as optimistically influencing emotional brands towards customers (Jawahar and Maheswari, 2009). The value premium generation of the brand and effusion do get effected by the association of parent brand and brand extension. Concluded value trade off experienced from the parent brand is discovered to be effectively connected effusion towards brand extension. Mu...

Role of Caste and Religion in Indian Politics - A Case Study of Uttar Pradesh

Table of Contents: 1. Acknowledgement 2. Certificate 3 Declaration 4. Introduction 5. Why did I chose this topic? 6. Background of politics of the state and Politics of elections in the State since 7. The Role of Caste in Politics of Uttar Pradesh 8 The Role of Religion in Politics of Uttar Pradesh 9 Research Methodology 10 Conclusion 11 References

Literature Review Red Ocean Strategy

Abstract ​​The term ocean strategy as introduced by the authors Renee Mauborgne & W. Chan Kim of the very famous research paper as well as book published Blue ocean strategy [1], where the term ocean means market and the strategy in reference of being blue focuses on creating a very new segment which is yet to be developed as a full fledge market and termed the other industrial strategies to be as red ocean strategies. Excessive exploitation of existing demands by making a better offer to...

Socioeconomic Survey in Afar Region for the Project “Multi-towns Water Treatment System from Tendaho Dam”

Abstract This report is a socioeconomic study of multi-towns Water treatment system project in Afar Regional State. It is prepared by Bright Research Consultants outsourced from Beles engineering. The project proponent is Afar National Regional State Water and Energy Bureau. The project lies along the program target towns of Samara, Logia, Dubti, Aysaita, Dichot, Det Bahari and Galafi towns. These towns are located in one of the five zones of Afar region known as Awsi Rasu Zone ( Zone 1). Al...

Inflation Induced Savings in Kenya

Recently most nations have been experiencing reduced gross savings due to external shocks, among them the financial crisis and coronavirus disease-related macroeconomic costs, this study investigates the role of the inflation rate in explaining the variation in the saving behaviour in Kenya. Available empirical works have been conducted mostly in advanced economies and hence are difficult to generalize for developing countries considering differences in macro economic conditions. Therefore, t...

Determinants of Money Demand: An Empirical Examination

Tremendous changes have been witnessed in the developing countries' macroeconomic landscape over the past few decades. For instance, several forms of financial innovations have been witnessed in the sub-Saharan African region over the past decades. These changes can shift various parameters of the money demand model and function. However, few empirical studies have been carried out in this scope in East Africa. It is against this backdrop that this study will employ the panel estimation techn...

Analysis of Corruption in the Nigerian Police Force (2012-2022)

ABSTRACT This research work was focused on the effect of corruption in Nigeria police. The main objective of this research is to show corruption as a cankerworm that affects the Nigeria police. Corruption in Nigeria has become so bad that corruption is now a policy problem of the government, so it is the objective of this research to x-ray the effect of corrupt practices in Nigeria police service with a sample size of 50 respondent we adopted the percentage method of analysis and found that c...

A Study on Route Planning in Logistics, Using Load Distance Model

The study aimed to identify how route planning for logistic companies can efficiently implemented. Route Planning explains basic transportation strategies and frameworks, as well as crucial functional needs, while considering contemporary changes in distribution planning. Companies may save mileage, fuel use, and carbon emissions by using a route planning system that calculates the most effective routes. Businesses may better recognize unforeseen deviations and communicate proactively to...

A Study on Investment Pattern and the Factors Influencing Investment Decisions of an Individual

Rigorous financial investment is the need of the hour. For the Indian economy to grow at the desired rapid pace, more capital formation and hence rigorous capital mobilization by the investors is required. Like institutional investors, retails investors too need to have an organised portfolio in modern investments instead on relying on traditional methods of investment. Many a times these traditional investment overlap with what is also called as unorganised investments. In this paper we ...

A Study on Students' Perspective Towards Solid Waste Management in Mumbai City

Solid waste management (SWM) is an important indicator for overall health of citizens and environment of the locality. In modern civil society, SWM has been a serious issue in economic development, environmental degradation and human health. One of the main reasons of solid waste generation beyond imagination is rapid urbanisation, industrialization, exponential increase in use of plastics, improved standard of living etc. SWM has no longer been an issue ,limited to urban cities and clusters ...

Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Study of Landlords versus Tenants' Disputes in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State

ABSTRACT Misunderstanding, disagreement, dispute, conflict and the likes has been an integral part of human nature right from earliest time. No two or more people can live together interacting for a reasonable period of time without disagreeing to agree. Misunderstanding , disagreement, dispute and conflict has set men, neighbours, landlords and tenants, communities and nations against each other. Properties are destroyed, people are maimed, lives lost, houses set ablaze, all because of conf...


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