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Curbing the Global Culture of Violence in Nigerian Secondary Schools: The Role of School Administrators

RJ Akpan

Abstract


The interactions of learners from distant contrasting cultures through the use of modern communication technologies are integral part of global learning experience leading to globalization. Globalization rides on the crest of technological and information revolution and has numerous gains.
Unfortunately, globalization also breeds violence and conflicts. In Nigeria
today, violence is one of the major causes of death for the adolescents.
Teaching and earning have been impaired by violence in schools. This paper suggests administrative strategies to curb the escalation of violence among the youths so that Nigerians can maximally enjoy the benefits of
globalization.



http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/afrrev.v3i3.47537
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