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  • 41. A SURVEY OF OPINION ON MARITAL CONFLICT AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS OF CHRISTIAN R...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Iseyin is a city located in the Nigerian state of Oyo. It is approximately 100 kilometers North of Ibadan. The city is estimated to have a population commission of Nigeria (web). The primary industry of the area is cotton based textiles. Iseyin city is the Third largest city in Oyo State after Ibadan, Ogbomoso and Oyo cities respectively. It is also known as the Home of &l...Continue Reading »

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  • 42. EXAMINATION OF THE PROBLEM AND PROSPECTS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The entrepreneur plays a vital role in the process of economic growth and development. Iwu Eze A. (1986) in a paper presented in on entrepreneurship development in Nigeria, said that a entrepreneur is a contractor an organizer of an enterprise for the public a resourceful person with a dream. entrepreneur are bold men and woman who have initiati...Continue Reading »

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  • 43. THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF DIARRHEA AMONG CHILDREN IN BENIN CITY

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Diarrhea is recognized as a major cause of child morbidity and mortality in developing countries (Banda et al., 2007; Gorter et al., 1998; Kosek, Bern, & Guerrant, 2003). It is the second leading cause of death among children under five years of age worldwide (BBS, Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics UNICEF, United Nations Children’s F...Continue Reading »

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  • 44. HYGIENE FACTORS IN OCCURANCE OF DIARRHEA DISEASE AMONG 0-5 YEARS CHILDREN

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION Diarrhea disease is a major public health problem in developing countries. It is a communicable infected disease, which has a large number of cases and high morbidity rate. The epidemiological office the Ministry of Public Health reported that diarrhea disease in Thailand has a higher incidence rate than other communicable infected diseases (Department of Communicable ...Continue Reading »

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  • 45. COLLABORATIVE LEARNING AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The origin of collaborative learning as a pedagogical method can be traced to the paradigm of four more social learning theorists like Vygotsky and Bruner who viewed scaffolding and zone of proximal development as inherent social nature of learning which the school child cannot develop alone without the influence of a co learner or more knowledgeabl...Continue Reading »

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  • 46. THE ROLE OF OFFICE MANAGERS IN PREVENTION OF CORRUPT PRACTICES IN SELECTED GOVER...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study There are two keywords in this topic, which are Office Managers and Corrupt Practices. Let us first define or know the meaning of these words before going further. Office Managers are known as administrative service managers or the business office manager, are responsible for making sure that a company’s support staff is running smoothly. This...Continue Reading »

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  • 47. THE IMPACT OF COOPERATIVE FARMING SOCIETIES ON DEVELOPMENT OF AGRICULTURE

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Every student requires a particular institutional framework. One of such framework of the student is the co operative. The word co operative can have different interpretation. In a layman’s language, it means working together on working mutually. The second interpretation , which is where the emphasis means a special type of co operative. ...Continue Reading »

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  • 48. INFLUENCE OF HYGIENIC ENVIRONMENT ON THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF PUPILS (A CASE...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0. BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY 1.1. INTRODUCTION School children spend about one third of their time either in schools or doing school assignments, during which time they may be exposed to a variety of physical, social and psychological harm. Schools provide an ideal opportunity to detect poor hygiene practice by children. The water supply and sanitation conditions of schools have become...Continue Reading »

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  • 49. THE USE OF MULTI MEDIA IN TEACHING AND LEARNING OF COMPUTER SCIENCE

    » CHAPTER ONE BACKGROUND OF STUDY A computer is an electronic device that can process data. Computer system is capable of accepting input data (unprocessed data), through an input device, store and processed the data and place processed data (information) on the out put device generally called output. Some people have always responded to as problem with some types of solutions. The birth of electron...Continue Reading »

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  • 50. THE EFFECT OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS IN TEACHING AND LEARNING OF ECONOMICS IN S...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Instructional materials according to Emma and Ajayi (2004) are those things which help teaching and learning process. It helps to promote understanding of the concept and generalization by making lesson practical and realistic. Any teacher who has the interest of the student at heart is bound to think of the ways and means he will employ to make...Continue Reading »

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  • 51. THE EFFECTS OF TRUANCY ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE: A CASE STUDY OF SOME SE...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Giedugba (1996) observed that quite a number of students in the institution of learning are truant. They become truant in order to engage in activities which are either under the control of the home nor the school. to depend him or herself the truant decoys his parents and teachers and frequent truancy may lead to vagrancy. Truancy is more a proof o...Continue Reading »

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  • 52. AUDIT AND ITS IMPACT ON ACTIVITY OF BUSINESS

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study The dynamic nature of business environment growth and increasing complexity of business has made it imperative for management to seek for more avenues of control, which has resulted internal audit which serves as a control measure in both public and private sector. It is now rare indeed to find an enterprise of any size which does not have an in...Continue Reading »

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  • 53. A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT ON U.S FOREIGN POLICY IN IRAQ 1991-2003

    » CHAPTER 1 BACKGROUND INFORMATION 1.1 INTRODUCTION: With the emergence of modern nation states, modern international relations emerged as these nation states device and followed certain principles, courses and standards that govern their interactions in the international community. Basically, no nation is an island, so it becomes imperative for nation states to interact with each other. These actio...Continue Reading »

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  • 54. A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE UNITED STATES CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN AFRICA

    » CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUTION 1.1 BACKGROUND INFORMATION Conflicts are common and unavoidable in all human society. All over the world, conflicts occur because society is made up of people with differing interests and values. In most societies, conflicts occur when parties in a state of independence perceives divergent views or believe that their aspirations or goals cannot be achieved simultaneously. ...Continue Reading »

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  • 55. THE RELEVANCE OF NATURAL LAW SCHOOL TO NIGERIAN LEGAL SYSTEM

    » ABSTRACT In recent times, various rules and Laws have evolved in different areas of our legal system whose origin could be traced to the principles of the Natural Law School. In spite of the relevance of Natural Law for the development of a theory of Justice and for the criticism of unjust political structures, we would be amazed at how some barbaric rules still fall back on the Doctrine of Natura...Continue Reading »

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  • 56. A STUDY ON UNICEF AND THE CHILD RIGHT ACT IN NIGERI

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study The strength of the economy of a country is said to be dependent largely on the mental and social health of women and children of that country. This implies that the prosperity of a nation invariably rests on people oriented governmental policies for the posterity of that nation, Olamide (2013). Therefore, it is incumbent upon the government of ...Continue Reading »

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  • 57. A STUDY OF NIGERIA‘S POLICE FORCE IN COMBATING CRIME

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Crime is a social canker worm that has eaten deep into the social fabric of the Nigerian society such that its effect is multifaceted (Chinwokwu, 2013). Although Durkheim (2007) opines that crime is inevitable and normal aspect of social life, it is an integral part of all healthy societies. Haralambos & Holborn (2008) state that the functionality of cri...Continue Reading »

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  • 58. DEVELOPMENT OF MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR POWER LOSSES ALONG TRANSMISSION LINES AND...

    » CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Energy is a basic necessity for the economic development of a nation. There are different forms of energy, but the most important form is the electrical energy, (Gupta, 2008) A modern and civilized society is so much dependent on the use of electrical energy. Activities relating to the generation, transmission and distribution of electri...Continue Reading »

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  • 59. CONFLICTS AND EFFECTS OF ILLEGAL OIL BUNKERING ON NIGER DELTA REGION

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Oil exploration started in Nigeria in 1908 at Araromi in Ondo State. The first explorer company called ―The Nigeria Bitumen Cooperation‖ was the first company licensed to explore oil. During this time drilling was not successful by as the oil exploration was halted on the outbreak of First World War in 1914. In 1937, Thirty one (31) years af...Continue Reading »

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  • 60. THE UNITED STATES-AFRICA RELATIONS IN THE POST-COLD WAR ERA

    » CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF STUDY The United States (US) relation with the African continent began in 1565 when the first set of slaves landed in Florida. Between 1798 and 1808, approximately 200,000 slaves were brought to America. At the other end, private missionaries and educators immigrated to Africa to offer support services and advance the cause of their faith to Africans. It wa...Continue Reading »

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