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Gender and Political Representation: Assessing Women Participation and Inclusiveness in Nigeria Party Politics
This paper analyses the series of metamorphosis experienced by the field of public administration as well as its theoretical dispositions. It compartmentalizes these theories into three (3) approaches: classical, modern and postmodern theories, and evaluates the theoretical implication and challenges of these approaches at each stage of its development. It highlights the creativeness of classical school on successful management process and its focus on organization dynamics. The argument of modern school that identifies human factors as the basis for the optimal performance of an organization has been critically put in perspectives.
Genetically Engineered Foods Pros and Cons
IS RESEARCH IMPORTANT TO NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: DISCUSS WITH SPECIFIC EXAMPLE FROM IMMEDIATE ENVIRONMENT.
BROKEN MARRIAGES THEIR EFFECT ON STUDENT ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE
HINDRANCES TO WOMEN PARTICIPATION IN NIGERIA POLITICS
This term paper takes a critical look at the notion in which different programmes, polices and projects being undertaken by government for the welfare of the citizens are being presented under the guise of dividends of democracy. The paper notes that what should actually constitute the basis for determining democracy dividends must be based on the extent to which power is being exercised by the people, through their ability to elect those that will govern them, and their ability to affect the different programmes and polices of government through their active involvement in binding decision making. It argues that democracy and political participation must extend beyond voting rights alone to include other things such as the peoples control of their leaders, their actions and the ability to contribute in the process of governance. The paper concludes that the citizens cannot truly enjoy any meaningful dividends of democracy except through popular participation and the consent of the people.
PHOTOVOLTAIC AND OTHER INNOVATIVE SOLAR SYSTEMS
Teacher as Mediators in Effective Use of Learning Resources in Schools.
In the library and information sector, there are two methods of service
delivery namely the free service and fee-based service. Anyone of these
methods can be operated by either public or private sector. Rental
libraries and information centres promote information and national
development. These are also places where the library and information
professionals carry out private practice for skill development and
financial improvement. The following issues are discussed: rental
libraries as educational centres, conceptions of rental libraries and
information centres, rationale for rental library, types and their service
orientation, basic infrastructure for setting up rental libraries, feasibility
study and contributions of rental libraries to national development.