Books

Categories

Filter:

Prophecy in the Old Testament

By Okwueze, M.i., and Ugwueye, L.e.

Prophecy in the Old Testament

Published: 13/03/2018

Tags: Prophecy, Old Testament

Size: 3.55MB

Community Development Cooperatives Democracy: A Guide for Social Workers

By Akukwe, Francis Nnalue

Community Development Cooperatives Democracy: A Guide for Social Workers

Published: 13/03/2018

Tags: Community, Development, Cooperatives, Democracy

Size: 3.49MB

Senior Citizens: A Policy Dilemma

By Akukwe Francis Nnalue

Senior Citizens: A Policy Dilemma

Published: 13/03/2018

Tags: Senior Citizens, Policy Dilemma

Size: 3.61MB

Igbo Elite and Western Europe

By Anigbo O.a.c

Igbo Elite and Western Europe

Published: 13/03/2018

Tags: Igbo Elite, Western Europe

Size: 6.76MB

Commensality and Human Relationship Among The Igbo

By Anigbo O.a.c

Commensality and Human Relationship Among The Igbo

Published: 13/03/2018

Tags: Commensality, Human Relationship,

Size: 10.77MB

Facts Worth Noting

By Anigbo O.a.c

Facts Worth Noting

Published: 13/03/2018

Tags: Facts, Worth

Size: 531.39KB

Beyond Renunciation.

By Arukwe, Nnanna O., Elomba, E.e., et al

Beyond Renunciation.

Published: 13/03/2018

Tags: Renunciation.

Size: 12.37MB

Children and the Nigerian Civil War: A Study of the Rehabilitation Programme for War-Displaced Children

By Obikeze, D. S.

Children and the Nigerian Civil War: A
Study of the Rehabilitation Programme for
War-Displaced Children

Published: 12/03/2018

Size: 24.66MB

Current Trends in Social Science Postgraduate Training and Research in Africa: Inter-disciplinarity

By Obikeze, D. S.

Current Trends in Social Science
Postgraduate Training and Research in
Africa: Interdisciplinarity

Published: 12/03/2018

Size: 675.51KB

Perspectives on Child Abuse in Nigeria

By Obikeze, D. S. C.

Perspectives on Child Abuse in Nigeria

Published: 12/03/2018

Size: 392.00KB

Austerity and the Nigerian Society

By Obikeze, D. S., and Ikpeze, N. I.

Austerity and the Nigerian Society

Published: 12/03/2018

Tags: Austerity, Nigerian Society

Size: 2.08MB

Commensality: An Aspect of Social Principle

By Anigbo O.a.c

It has be!m observed that people of worth do not eat or drinkny Larr in
public. If they have to do so, they must know where they eat and with whom
they eat. They get really angry and upset if the rules arc not kept fbr them. In
the end, they may abandon tbc food or drink altopdm. Bdutviour patterns
surrounding the she of food or eating it is known in anthtopdsgicel
literature as qmmeadty. - the implicatim of ha* to share or not &hg food. The rule vary according to cultures.

Published: 09/03/2018

Tags: Commensality, Social Principle

Size: 163.70KB