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IJAH: International Journal of Arts and Humanities, is a Peer Reviewed Journal by International Association of African Researchers and Reviewers, Bahir Dar, Ethiopia and was also incorporated in Nigeria with Corporate Affairs Commission. It is a forum for research on all aspects of arts and humanities. It publishes articles, reviews and scholarly comments 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 computing-based arts and humanities research.

  • Publication within a short period after acceptance
  • About four editions in a year – (January, April, July and September)
  • On-line publication in advance of the printed journal.
  • Papers abstract/indexed by major indexing services 

Other websites associated with this journal: http://afrrevjo.net/?q=ijah_home/archive


Vol 7, No 1 (2018)

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Table of Contents

Articles

The role of Nigerian youths in effective implementation of security and social development intervention EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Bello Ibrahim 1-8
The use of history and culture in the development of tourism in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Stanley I. Okoroafor 9-18
Traditional societies and social change in Nigeria: a study of Ekpe among the people of Cross River State EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Lucky Success Ehimeme Enato 19-28
Multinational corporations and skills development in Nigeria: the case of Unilever Nigeria PLC EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Joseph O. Jiboku 29-40
Bibliometrics study: article usage and citation counts metric in trade liberalization EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Murtala Muhammad, Ahmed Baita Garko 41-50
Sustainable intra-country transportation system: a panacea for African regional economic integration EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Adeleke Omotayo 51-61
Humanism of the Nigerian womanist: a cultural appraisal of Femi Osofisan’s Tegonni: an African Antigone EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Christine Odi 62-70
The mass media and national development: the case of ‘baby factory’ activities in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Onyinyechi Nancy Nwaolikpe 71-84
Accounts, excuses and apologies of juvenile sexual offenders in selected prisons in Lagos, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Richard A. Aborisade, Oladele A. Adeleke, Abimbola R. Shontan 85-97
Deconstruction of conservative cinematic narratives on women’s identity: an urging necessity EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Emily Oghale God’spresence 98-107
Revolutionizing teaching and learning through the social media in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Peace Ireju Amannah, Josephine Osatohanmwem Adeyeye 108-116
Philosophy as a veritable tool for peace-building EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Basil Sunday Nnamdi, Arinze Agbanusi 117-124
Nigerian journalists and ethical dilemmas: the ‘SAD’ imperative EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Kingsley Chukwuemeka Izuogu, Dennis Omeonu, Emenike Ubani, Alphonsus Ugwu 125-137


ISSN: 2227-5452
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