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Huria: Journal of the Open University of Tanzania

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Huria  is an international journal that publishes original research papers of academic interest (theoretical, applied and general), targeting tertiary institutions and researchers and is therefore hospitable to scholarly writing on a variety of academic topics ranging from  education, humanities, social sciences and all cross cutting issues related to societal transformation in developing countries.  The types of contribution range from original research papers, review articles and technical notes. Submitted papers are subject to blind peer review by reputable researchers who are experts in the relevant fields.  Papers are evaluated for the quality of research as well as the relevance and accessibility for an international audience. The journal is published triennially in March, July and December.

 


Vol 25, No 1 (2018): HURIA Journal of the Open University of Tanzania

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Table of Contents

Articles

Rethinking the Justification of Teaching Morality: Review-Based Evidence EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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W.A.L. Anangisye 1-27
Lecturers-Students’ Interpersonal Communication: Implication for Students’ Academic Learning EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O. Elegbe 28-54
Patterns of Domestic Violence as Expressed By Married People in Ilorin Metropolis Nigeria: Implications for Marital and Health Counsellors EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A.A. Odebode, A.O. Oniye, Z.A. Akangbe 55-75
Challenges Female Entrepreneurs Encounter in Accessing Microfinance in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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E. Umemezia, S. J. Osifo 76-99
New Service Development and Innovation for Tanzanian Tourism and Hospitality Entrepreneurs’ Competitiveness EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S. Mlozi 100-126
Photoperiodic Control of Seasonal Breeding: A Review EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A.S. Bunyaga, M. Makungu 127-145
The Impact of Government Expenditure, Money Supply and Inflation on Economic Growth in Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J. Makwandi, G. Raphael 146-170
Types and Sources of Agricultural Information Published in Newspapers EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C.M. Ogessa, A.S. Sife 171-181
Challenges facing Tanzanian Women Entrepreneurs while Managing Entrepreneurial Ventures: A Case of Mbeya City EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J.S. Kikula 182-208
Effectiveness of Mobile Learning as a means of Distance Learning in Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J.A. Mshana 209-232
Determinants of Capital Structure: Panel Data Evidence from Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S.M. Kapaya, P. Ngatuni, T. Katunzi 233-263
Demographic Characteristics as Predictors of Job Satisfaction of Commercial Bank Employees in Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A. Matolo, P. Ngatuni 264-298
Roles of Gender on Forest Management in Unguja, Zanzibar: A Case Study of Chaani and Pete Villages EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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E.P. Mhache 299-319


ISSN: 0856-6739
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