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Storm And Stress Of Adolescent Transitional Period

By Nwoke_basil_mary

Storm And Stress Of Adolescent Transitional Period

Published: 07/06/2005

Size: 12.92MB

Participatory Community Driven Action Programme for Integrated and Sustainable Coastal Development in Nigeria

By Madu, I.a.

An integrated and sustainable coastal development involves simultaneous development of all the components of the coastal systems and the systematic linkages between all the elements of the coastal systems in a manner that the future development of the coast is guaranteed.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Coastal Development

Size: 450.82KB

Urban Solid Waste Problem in Nigeria

By Madu, I.a.

Wastes are inevitable consequences of human activities. They are either a by-product of initial production processes or they arise when objects or materials are discarded after they have been used.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Urban Solid Waste Problem, Nigeria

Size: 846.66KB

Psychology! A Science in Question?

By Okpara, Emeka,

In May 1957, five of the most outstanding Soviet psychologists acknowledged
the existence between them of "serious differences over a whole series of theoretical questions, in particular, over those concerning the object of psychology". One hardly runs the risk of being contradicted in saying that the situation is similar today among French, British and American psychologisis

Published: 22/09/1983

Tags: Soviet psychologists, psychology.

Size: 1.04MB

Periodic Markets and Rural Development in Nsukka Region, South- Eastern Nigeria

By Madu, I.a.

Development is a multi-dimensional concept and lacks a universally acceptable definition. The result is varied conceptualization of development in general and rural development in particular.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Periodic Markets, Rural Development

Size: 228.65KB

Gender Issues in the Prevention and Control of STIs and HIV/AIDS: Lessons from Awka and Agulu, Anambra State, Nigeria

By Ezumah_nkoli_n

The study examined perceptions, practices and norms underlying sexually and gender relations that constrain the prevention and control of STI's and HIV/AIDS.

Published: 02/02/2003

Tags: Gender Issues in the Prevention and Control of STIs and HIV/AIDS: Lessons from Awka and Agulu, Anambra State, Nigeria

Size: 2.38MB

Feminist Press at the University of New York

By Ezumah_elisabeth_mgbeke

Feminist Press at the University of New York

Published: 22/09/2018

Tags: Feminist Press at the University of New York

Size: 2.55MB

Gender Inequality in Access to Productive Resources and Sustainable Agricultural Production in Nigeria and Camerron

By Ezumah N.nkoli

in the sphere of agriculture the colonial domination which started in the late 19th century ushered in the introduction of cash crops which affected the per-colonial patterns in gender division of labour to the detriment of women

Published: 22/09/2018

Tags: Gender Inequality in Access to Productive Resources and Sustainable Agricultural Production in Nigeria and Camerron

Size: 1.34MB

Determinants of Health Facility Utilization in Enugu State -Nigeria

By Madu, I.a., and Ajaero, C.k.

This study approached the factors that determine the utilization of health facilities by the population of Enugu State Nigeria. To achieve the aim of this study, a survey was conducted using 100% respondents aged 11years and above in six local government areas of the state.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Enugu State, Healthcare, Health Facilities, Population, Utilization

Size: 374.07KB

The Challenge of Environmental Resource Degradation to Sustainable Rural Development in Nigeria

By Madu, I.a.

Misuse of resources leads to environmental degradation which in turn represents non-sustainability of the process of development. Evidence has shown that environmental resources of much of the Sub-Saharan African used at non-sustainable rates.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Rural development, Environmental Degradation

Size: 832.06KB

Patterns of Utilization of Health Facilities in Enugu State, Nigeria

By Madu, I.a.

This study was carried out to examine the patterns of utilization of health facilities by the populations of Enugu State. Its aimed at finding out if there is any linkages between the need and the utilization of health facilities by the different population sub groups in the state with a view to analyzing the spatial variations in the manner the population utilize different types of health facilities.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Behaviour; Enugu State; Health Facilities; Needs; Population; Utilization

Size: 257.99KB

Population Distribution, in Living Standards and Environmental Resource Degradation in Nigeria Keywords

By Madu, I.a.

There are three major facets of population distribution in Nigeria. First, is the concentration of population in the "homelands" of the three major ethnic groups in the country. Second is the rapid growth of urban centers in the country with the southwest and southeast zones having extra-ordinary high rates of urban development.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Population Distribution, Living Standards, Environment Resource Degradation, GeoPolitical Zone, Stirpat Model

Size: 59.47KB

Rural Land Use Change in Southeastern Nigeria: and Environmental Consequences

By Madu, I.a.

Southeastern Nigeria is an area in tropical Africa that is well Known for high population growth rate and crude density, high rate of urbanization and poor agricultural resource base. Evidence has shown that these are the main driving forces for the change in rural land use in the region.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Rural land use, Environmental Consequences

Size: 531.28KB

Socio-Cultural Factors Determining the Acceptability and Use of Condoms in Nigerian

By Obikeze, D. S. C.

Nigeria is situated between the latitude of 4'' and 24'' North and the longitude of 2'' and 15'' east of the Gulf of Guinea in the west coast of Africa.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Nigeria, Condoms, Socio-Cultural Factors, Acceptability.

Size: 4.69MB

Austerity and the Nigerian Society

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

Austerity and the Nigerian Society

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Austerity, Nigerian Society, OBIKEZE, D. S., 1987

Size: 1.89MB