The Journal of Science and Technology (JUST) aims principally at publishing articles resulting from original research whether pure or applied in the various aspects of academic endeavour broadly classified as Science (Physical, Biological and Chemical), Humanities and Technology. It aims at serving the academic community. Manuscripts submitted for publication in JUST should be between 1,500 and 8,000 words when typed in double spacing including tables and figures. The abstract should maintain a maximum of 250 words.

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Published: 2024-06-12

Covid-19 Vaccine Acceptance and Risk Perception in Ghana: Insights from A Study on Tertiary-Level Students and Surrounding Residents in Kumasi

Dr. Samuel Nkansah Darko, Dr. Kennedy Gyau Boahen, Ms. Portia Boakye Okyere, Mr. Christopher Nii Kpakpo Addo, Ms. Ameyaw Afuaa Janet, Mr. Adjei Emmanuel, Mr. Hayford Manuella, Ms. Anwhere Naomi Efua, Dr (Mrs) Sandra Abankwa Kwarteng

1- 18

Stegovideo: An Efficient Mechanism for Securing Video Data Using Steganography and Cryptography Techniques

Dr. Oluwafolake E. Ojo, Mrs. Morenike K. Kareem, Dr. Ibrahim K. OGUNDOYIN, Mrs. Olufunke A. Oyinloye, Oluwapelumi Ikumpayi

50 - 63

Proximate Composition and Relative Preference Mapping of Milk Chocolate Emulsified with Okra Pectin.

Miss Gifty Williams, Dr. Maame Yaakwaah Adjei, Priscilla Ahadzi, Cecille Wendy Aboagye, Prof. Jacob Kwaku Agbenorhevi, Dr. Leonard Delali Kodjo De-Souza , Dr. Fidelis M. Kpodo , Ms Genevieve Pawar

62 - 75

An Exploration of Factors Affecting Students’ Choice of Career Paths in Communication Design

Mr. Anthony Kofi Badu, Dr. Ginn Bonsu Assibey, Mr. Prosper Seenam, Dr Ralitsa Diana Debrah

76 - 92

Residents’ Awareness and Attitude Towards Urban Wetlands in Accra, Ghana: Implications for Sustainable Urban Development

Dr. Charles Yaw Oduro, Mr. Francisca Atta-Boateng, Prof. Justice Kuffour Owusu-Ansah, Prof. Clifford Amoako

93 - 123

Parents’ And Students’ Perceptions About Technical and Vocational Education and Training in Ghana

Ms. Mabel Baffour Gyau, Prof. Dr. (Mrs.). Mavis Osei, Ms. Naomi Baffour Gyau

125 - 139

Gamification In Educational Space: A Systematic Review

Mr. Ernest Appiah, Dr. Harry Barton Essel, Mr. Eric Anane-Antwi, Mr. Akwasi Adomako Boakye

157 - 173

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eISSN: 3057-3629
print ISSN: 0855-0395