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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 5, No 2 (2016)

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Articles

Street level bureaucracy and the dilemmas of private entities in public spaces: Case of GPRTU EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Patience Ama Nyantakyiwaa Boahen 1-6
The role of traditional institution in managing Ife-Modakeke conflict EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AS Elugbaju 7-19
Kidnapping for ransom in Nigeria: Implications and quest for a permanent solution EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Adebowale Bandele Emanemua, Toyosi Nathaniel Akinlosotu 20-27
Forced migration: The displacement of Tiv People of Central Nigeria in contemporary times EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Wilfred Terlumun Uji 29-38
Colonialism and the underdevelopment of Abuja Area of Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Julius O. Unumen 39-51
Challenges of Nigeria’s foreign policy EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Chuka Enuka, Emmanuel C. Ojukwu 52-66
A critical review of concepts in liberation theology: A recipe for nation building EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Charles S. Allison 67-81
Socio-ethical implication of contraception and abortion: A rising paradigm of John Paul II’s culture of death EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Chiedu A. Onyiloha, Ngozi N. Iheanacho 82-95
How then can the nature of these things called “mental states” be accounted for? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Richard Taye Oyelakin 96-110
Textile designs and fashion as strategic resource tools for economic development in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Lovina Ebele Onwuakpa 111-119
The reupholster of stained glass designs and “the deceptive silence of stolen voices EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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P. Nelson Graves 120-135
Exploring pop music in Nigeria for sustainable youth empowerment and development: Uniport R’tune Music Show in perpective EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Rita Adaobi Sunday-Kanu 136-154
The [African] Novelist and the Nation: A Postcolonial Reading of Chukwuemeka Ike’s Our Children Are Coming EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Patricia Ngozi Anyanwu 155-169
Language, Colonial Attitude and War in Emecheta’s Destination Biafra: A Stylistic Critical Approach EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I. Chima Igbokwe, Onyemaechi Udumukwu 170-180
Third-Wave Feminist Linguistics: A Discursive Approach to Female Specific Interests in Maya Angelou’s Gather Together in My Name EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Asa John Ghevolor, Stella Ekpe 181-189
Derivations in Ọni̩cha Igbo EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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VC Onumajuru 190-215
Testing as an inevitable instrument in today’s language learning environment EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Isaac Tamunobelema 216-224
A contrastive study of two varieties of Onicha and the Central Igbo language EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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VC Onumajuru 225-240
Heart of the masses: Thematic trends in popular literature in South Africa and Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ifediora Okiche 241-250
The widening gap of gender inequality in Nigerian politics: Advocating a quota system approach EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Martha Okorie 251-260
Assessment of the impact of NUC accreditation exercise on personnel in business education programmes of universities EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ugonwa F. Umeh, Chinwe S. Oguejiofor 261-269
Instruction in text-structure as a determinant of senior secondary school students’ achievement in English narrative text in Ido Local Government Area, Oyo State EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Bosede Fakeye, DO Fakeye 270-283
Corruption in the Civil Service: The dearth of effective service delivery EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Gabriel Favour Eke 284-294
Effects of cooperative and problem-solving learning strategies on students’ achievement in senior secondary school history in Oyo State, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ikmat Olanrewaju Junaid 295-311


ISSN: 2227-5452
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