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Lwati: A journal of Contemporary Research is a peer-reviewed Journal. It publishes New Research from every aspect of the Humanities and the Social Sciences.

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Vol 16, No 3 (2019)

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Table of Contents

Articles

The Ibani (Bonny) Civil War of 1869 and the Obolo Response EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Romokere Mgbowaji Benson 1-12
Discord and harmony in Calabar: a study of intergroup relations, 1904 –2010 EMAIL FULL TEXT
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L.A. Edet 13-35
A stylistic analysis of Nigerian states’ slogans: a syntactic approach EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Bassey Ekpenyong, John Tanyi 36-49
Loss as a metaphor for selfhood in Neshani Andreas’ The Purple Violet of Oshaantu EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Iniobong I. Uko 50-63
Putnam, Searle and Boden on mental cognition versus machine cognition: the journey back to the beginning EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Richard Taye Oyelakin 64-86
Ervwvu: etymology and the aesthetics of beauty in Urhobo cosmology EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Philomina U. Ofuafo 87-102
Collective bargaining as an instrument of conflict management and workers’ productivity in manufacturing companies in Cross River State - Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Godwin Beshibeshebe Ushie, Violet Oyo Ekpenyong 103-112
Community-based organizations and the provision of agricultural inputs for rural development in cross River State, Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Kate Tawo 113-124
Economic recovery, growth paradox and agricultural product marketing in Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Patrick Awok Mbum, Ighoteguonor Godfrey Ederewhevbe 125-148
Lagos: the melting pot of African traditional religion and other foreign religions in Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Philomina U. Ofuafo 149-163
Christianity, misogyny and women EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Gabriel Eteng Nzeyo 164-181
Dress code for women in Islam: a sociological investigation EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Francis Felix Edet 182-188


ISSN: 1813-2227
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