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AFRREV IJAH: An International Journal of Arts and Humanities

An International Journal of Arts and Humanities is an international multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed forum for research on all aspects of arts, social sciences, education and humanities.  It publishes articles, reviews and scholarly comment relating to the arts and humanities. It focuses both on conceptual or theoretical approaches and case studies or essays demonstrating how advanced information technologies further scholarly understanding of traditional topics in the arts and humanities.  The journal also welcomes submissions on policy, epistemological, and pedagogical issues insofar as they relate directly to arts and humanities research.

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Vol 4, No 2 (2015)

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Table of Contents

Articles

National Security and National Development: A Critique EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JI Ebeh 1-14
National Integration: A Panacea to Insecurity in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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OP Adebile 15-27
Protest Demonstrations, Political Participation and the Law in the Era of Terrorism: Nigeria’s Public Order Act and the United States' HR 347 in Perspectives EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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OS Eesuola 28-41
Developmental Local Government as a Model for Grassroots Socio-Economic Development in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Okafor, EEO Chukwuemeka, JO Udenta 42-61
Youth’s Unemployment and Illiteracy: Impact on National Security, the Nigerian Experience EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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DA Akpan 62-71
Communication through Performance: Hausa Performance Art EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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R Lawal 72-81
Political Protest Songs and Actual Protest Values: Analysis of Fela’s “Sorrow, Tears & Blood” and Bob Marley’s “Stand up, Get up” EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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OS Eesuola 82-96
Politics of Resistance and Emancipation in Obari Gomba’s The Ascent Stone EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JN Akani 97-106
Critical Themes in Some Nigerian Diaspora Short Stories EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Ajima 107-120
Colour Studies: Clarification and Alpha-Numeric Adaptation of Notation Systems for Artists and Designers EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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ZS Ebigbagha 121-148
Political Advertising Design in Nigeria, 1960-2007 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J Amifor 149-163
Use of Mobile Phone Technology in Education for Easy Accessibility of Information: Challenges and Prospects EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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RE Obiadazie, VU Obijiofor 164-178
An Evaluation of Banks’ Liability in Robbery Incidents at Banks’ Premises in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AO Garuba, GOT Otomewo 179-188
Socio-Cultural Conception of Albinism and Sexuality Challenges among Persons with Albinism (PWA) in South-West, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AD Ikuomola 189-208
Artistic Activism in Nigeria Art: A Course, a Cause EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J Otu, J Oladesu, BS Sani 209-223


ISSN: 2227-5452