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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 3, No 2 (2014)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Domian Transfer as a Strategy Deployed to Portray Massive Corruption in Olusegun Obasanjo’s Open Letter to President Jonathan: A Pragmatic Survey EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AM Aikoriogie, EN Ugwu 1-17
The Role of Literature Education in Curbing Violence: A focus on John Pepper Clark’s “The Casualties EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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PO Nnaji 18-28
Godfatherism in the Politics of Nigeria: An Exposé EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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BL Ishaku, VS Jatau, JN Badung 29-45
Christian – Muslim Relations in Nigeria: The Problems and Prospects EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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POO Ottuh, JA Ottuh, VO Aitufe 46-62
Cultural Diplomacy and National Development: A Study of the Nigerian Entertainment Industry EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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EC-U Sotubo, FC Chidozie 63-83
Objectivity in Television News Reportage: An Evalution of “Occupy Nigeria Movement” (Oil Subsidy Protest) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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SP Rishante 84-103
Implementation Issues in Rural Development in Sub-Saharan African Countries: Problems and Prospects EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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VA Okosun, J0 Ezomo 104-119
The Dilemma of Local Government at Work in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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DA Tonwe, SJ Eke 120-136
Mechanism of Economic Empowerment and Development in Nigeria: A Discourse EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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IJ Alika, S Aibieyi 137-157
Between Convention and Realism: The Nigerian People’s Definition of Democracy EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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E Edosa 158-178
Developing a Refractory Body for Kiln Building in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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IE Okonkwo 179-197
Introduction of Inflation Linked Bond in Nigeria: Prospects and Challenges EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Akanbi, A Alabede 198-211
Information and Communication Technology Use in Education: Emphasis on the Impact of Asynchronous Media EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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CA Oduma 212-231
Determinants of Perceived Students’ Academic Performance in Vocational Education in Tertiary Institutions in Lagos State EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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GO Ojo 232-247
Psychological Determinants of Aggressive Behaviour among Adolescents in Secondary Schools in Anambra State EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MN Izuchi, BC Anetoh 248-260
Job Satisfaction and Attitude to Work of Cross River State College of Education Staff EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MO Usani, JU Ushie, PMA Adadu 261-271
Contractor Selection for Enhancing the Quality of University Education in Nigeria using the Hamming Distance EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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DEA Omorogbe, SO Aibieyi 272-284
Effective Assessment Framework: Sustainability of Post Amnesty Programme in Niger Delta Region for National Development EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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TC Anatsui, OP Fagbemi 285-303
Quality Assurance Culture in Niger Delta University: A Necessity for Enhancing Standards and National Transformation
AA Agih 304-321
Vocational Education and Economic Development in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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K Ekpo, A Okon 322-332
You Are “Dead” Without Your Language: Allaying the Fears That the Igbo Language Will Go into Extinction EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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IE Echezona 333-346
Confronting the Challenges Facing the Nigerian Nation State: Using Sports as Agent of Unification EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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CO Ezike 347-354


ISSN: 2227-5452