University of Nigeria OER Competition | Register Here

Social Sciences

Categories

Filter:

Social Assessment of Community’s Perception on Health and Social Concerns in Selected Gas in Enugu State, Nigeria

By Onah Bridget N, Nkoli N. Ezumah, et al

Social Assessment of Community’s Perception on Health and Social Concerns in Selected Gas in Enugu State, Nigeria

Published: 30/05/2003

Tags: health concepts, health problems, gender issues, decision-making, communication, governance, support systems, infrastructure, social amenities, justice systems

Size: 723.08KB

Reflections on Emile Zola: As a Social Critic and Moralist

By Dikenwadike, C. J.

Reflections on Emile Zola: As a Social Critic and Moralist

Tags: Emile Zola, social critic, moralist

Size: 508.68KB

OIL EXPLOITATION OF MASS COMMUNICATION

By Nweze Blessing O.

OIL EXPLOITATION OF MASS COMMUNICATION

Published: 05/09/2007

Tags: Paradox,development,Nigeria

Size: 220.74KB

THE ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIME COMMISSION ( EFCC) AND THE DISQULIFICATION OF CANDIDATES FOR THE APRIL,2007 NIGERIA GENERAL ELECTIONS

By Nwodo Justina Ngozi

THE ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIME COMMISSION ( EFCC) AND THE DISQULIFICATION OF CANDIDATES FOR THE APRIL,2007 NIGERIA GENERAL ELECTIONS

Published: 06/09/2007

Size: 150.82KB

RELIGGION AND POLITICS IN NIGERIA, THE WAY FORWARD

By Master Nwobu Somfechukwu C.

RELIGGION AND POLITICS IN NIGERIA, THE WAY FORWARD

Published: 04/09/2007

Size: 1.48MB

Socio-Economic Differences and Willingness to Pay For Different Providers of Malaria Treatment in Southeast Nigeria

By Onwujekwe Obinna, Ojukwu Juliana, et al

Socio-Economic Differences and Willingness to Pay For Different Providers of Malaria Treatment in Southeast Nigeria

Published: 08/09/2006

Tags: Willingness,Malaria,Treatment,Differences

Size: 396.95KB

Social Assessment of Community’s Perception on Health and Social Concerns in Selected Gas in Enugu State, Nigeria

By Onah Bridget N, Nkoli N. Ezumah, et al

Social Assessment of Community’s Perception on Health and Social Concerns in Selected Gas in Enugu State, Nigeria

Published: 08/01/2003

Tags: Health concept,health problems,gender issues,decision making,communication,support,welfare,infrastructure,social amenities,justice

Size: 723.08KB

Beyond Renunciation.

By Arukwe, Nnanna O.

the effort of the Government and other agencies to eradicate secret society in tertiary institutions in Nigeria. It has been authored by people who have in-depth knowledge ofthe subject matter based on extensive research.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Beyond Renunciation.

Size: 12.37MB

The Politicization of Appointments in the Local Government System of Kogi State

By Edino, Ojonimi Ferdinand

This research work was carried out on the topic titled: THE POLITICIZATION OF APPOINTMENTS IN THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT SYSTEM OF KOGI STATEThe researcher went into this investigation having observed and worried over the influence of politicians on employment appointrnent of local government employees, which has culminated into the inefficiency and ineffectiveness of the service delivery capacity of the local government councils in Kogi State. Disturbed by the perpetual state of backwardness of the local governments, the
researcher went into investigation with a view to discovering the consequences of politicizing bureaucratic employments/appointments

Published: 20/09/2018

Tags: The Politicization of Appointments

Size: 2.25MB

The tendencies of nepotism in Nigeria's Political System

By Kalu, Kalu Ibeka

Nepotistic activities have remained despite the advent of democracy in Nigeria and the world at large. Nepotism destroys equilibrium in both the political and economic system.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Nepotism, Political System

Size: 1.12MB

Avian Influenza (Bird Flu); The Implication For Nigeria

By Mr K. O. Nwachukwu

Avian Influenza is an acute, highly fatal disease of chickens, turkeys, pheasants certain wild birds. It was reported that this infection caused periodical epidermis in humans, horses, pigs, seals, whales and a variety of birds.

Published: 14/09/2007

Tags: Bird Flu, 2007

Size: 124.50KB

Nigeria’s Policy in Angola

By Echezona, Nduba C.

Since Nigeria obtained her independence, there is no foreign policy arena in which she has tried to distinguish herself as much as is the case in Angola especially in the Angola civil war.

Published: 14/09/1987

Tags: policy

Size: 1.02MB

Motivation and Productivity in the Nigerian Civil Service: A Case Study of Enugu State

By Amujiri, Benjamin Abonyi

This study is aimed at identifying the relationship between motivation and
productivity in the Nigerian Civil Service, taking Enugu State, as a case study.
It1 udiiressing the above reseurch problem, we hypothesized us follows:
(a) There is direct relationship between the motivational strategies employed
by Enugu State Service and its worker's productivity.
(b) Politics of sectional balancing employed by the government of Enugu State
is a major factor responsible for the low productivity of the State Civil Servants.
(c) Payment of high salaries alone is not enough motivation to ensure high
employee productivity in Enugu State Civil Service.
The type of data collection instruments used were questionnaires, oral
interviews, records and documentary analysis. A content analysis employed,
helped us to find out the views and opinions of citizens of the state about
motivation and productivity in the State Civil Service.
The use of multiple data gathering instruments was to ensure reliability and
validity of study. This was achieved through internal consistency method: content
(Face) validity and external criterion that checked the correctness of each
instrument.

Published: 13/09/2018

Tags: civil servant

Size: 8.35MB

Perestroika, Glasnost and the Nigerian Political Situation

By Echezona, Nduba C.

ing of society: its politics, economy and social relations. The poiitical dimensions of Perestroikaaffect leadership and the political process. It calls for leadership based on popular mandate and popular choice. It also involves the formation and existence of organizalions outside the pale of communist parties in communist states. Restructuring also affects the 'economy by loosing up a bit on state control of the means of production, distribution and exchange; extending individual and family participation in economic act~itesa; nd stressing a little more the production and distribution of more consumer goods and services. In the social sphere, perestroika stresses individual participation n decision-making expecially in political'participation ar;d decision-making;
in open epressions of ideas; and in clear choises of persons, ideas and products

Published: 13/09/1990

Tags: Perestroika, Glasnost and the Nigerian Political Situation

Size: 768.85KB

St. Augustine’s Teaching on Evil Examined in the Light of Certain Igbo Patterns of Thought

By Akaneziligwe, Peter O.

My i n t e r e s t i n t h e great A f r i c a n P h i l o s o p h e r A u g u s t i n e ,
was k i n d l e d d u r i n g a course i n Medieval ~ t h l c s , Arty one
a u l d see h i s h u m i l i t y who learns of h i s p u b l i c c o n f e s s i o n s
of h i s evil acts i n Carthage. H i s l o f t y t h o u g h t s on evil
is interesting. Again, my concern of t h e effects of human
misery and evil e s p e c i a l l y i n o u r t r a d i t i o n a l s o c i e t y , and
mast tzo ~-ILI,Wt he I g b o s o l v z t n i s probieni calls f o r a s t u d y
and d i s c o u r s e . 1 had an e q u a l u r g e to write on t h e s e two
a n d f o u n d 1 c o u l d o n l y succeed by a m a r r i a g e of t h e two
systems of t h o u g h t , I n no way did I f i n d it b e t t e r to do
t h a n t a k i n g up o u r t r a d i t i o n a l t h o u g h t on t h e problem o f
e v i l and s e e i n g it from t h e c r i t i c a l e y e s of Augustine,

Published: 13/09/1987

Tags: igbo, thought pattern

Size: 17.31MB