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  • 1. CONSTRUCTION OF IRRIGATION SCHEME USING FURROW METHOD AT SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING T...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION Studies have shown that many of our lawn and garden irrigation systems are poorly planned Water is one of our most precious resources. Lawns and gardens make up about half the total and/or have very inefficient watering schedules or need repairs. Hopefully, the tips and suggestions we offer will provide you with the tools necessary to create a beautiful landscape while...Continue Reading »

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  • 2. WH-QUESTION IN AKWUKWU-IGBO DIALECT OF IGBO

    » WH QUESTION IN AKWUKWU IGBO DIALECT OF IGBO...Continue Reading »

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  • 3. THE ROLE OF THE FAMILY IN PREVENTION OF HIV/AIDS AMONG YOUTHS IN THE SOCIETY: A ...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION The family is the oldest institution on earth, and plays a vital role in human society. Throughout history, the family institution has always exited. According to the international Encyclopedia of the social sciences, of all the agent of socialization, the family has been described the most immediate and most important. It is recognized that most of the world’s socie...Continue Reading »

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  • 4. FUL|E CODE OF CONDUCT (PULAAKU) AS PORTRAYED IN THEIR PROVERBS

    » Abstract A proverb is an important aspect of orature that serves as an instrument of transmitting the cultural norms and values of a society from generation to generation. Ful~e are among the people who are blessed with proverbs. They attach much importance to proverbs and use them most often in their conversations to instruct, admonish or show mastery of the language. This instruction and warning...Continue Reading »

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  • 5. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ENUANI AND THE NKWERRE DIALECT OF IGBO LANGUAGE

    » Before the 16th century, the Igbo had an ideogram form of writing called “Nsibidi ideograms” (“Nsibidi” is an ancient system of graphic communication indigenous to the “Ejagham people of South eastern Nigeria and South western Cameroon in the Cross River region”). This form of writing was also used by other neighbouring people like the Ibibios and the Efik. The ...Continue Reading »

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  • 6. LANGUAGE ATTITUDES AMONG TEENAGERS AND ITS EFFECT: A CASE STUDY OF TEENAGERS IN ...

    » TABLE OF CONTENTS Title page Certification Dedication Acknowledgement Abstract Table of Contents CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of Study 1.2 Significance and Scope of Study 1.3 Purpose of this Study 1.4 Methodology 1.5 Statement of Problem CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW Concept of Attitude 2.1 Definition and Explanation of Language Attitude 2.2 Determinant of Language Attitude 2.2.1 The ...Continue Reading »

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  • 7. THEATRE AS A TOOL FOR COMMUNICATING HAND WASHING AMONG PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS: A ...

    » ABSTRACT This research work examines theatre as a tool for communicating hand washing among primary school pupils in an attempt to assessing the importance of Theatre to children and how it serves as a platform for learning and not just for entertainment. Further it goes to show also that (Theatre) serves as a place for connection of attitude and behaviours, this attest to the fact that it teaches...Continue Reading »

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  • 8. THE STATE OF NATURE, SOCIAL CONTRACT BY JOHN LOCKE

    » The state of nature, social contract theory by Locke starts from the concept of man in a primitive state without political authority or formal checks on the behaviour of individuals. They considered that such a stateless autonomous condition could not prevail if man was to move beyond a primitive existence. This could only be achieved if man could be guided by natural law that would lead them to a...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  265 engagements | 

  • 9. THE OSU CASTE SYSTEM IN IGBO LAND: A CASE STUDY OF ISIEKENESI COMMUNITY

    » ABSTRACT This research work is aimed at revealing the osu caste system and it’s practices in Igboland, A case study of Isiekenesi in Ideato South Local Government Area of Imo state. The osu system could not be easily removed in Igbo land because of the attitudes of the Igbos toward their traditional religion, norms and traditions. Despite the fact that the church, government, schools and mas...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  300 engagements | 

  • 10. THE DEVELOPMENTOF EDUCATION SYSTEMS IN POST-COLONIAL AFRICA: A STUDY OF A SELECT...

    » South Africa and its neighbours share many problems in the field of education. Education authorities wrestle with the question of quality in education while trying to improve accessibility, equality and equity. They must also contend with claims of irrelevant curricula for school and vocational training and with finding mechanisms to fund and expand the education system to cope with the ever incre...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  259 engagements | 

  • 11. THE CRISIS OF CULTURAL MEMORY IN CHINUA ACHEBE’S THINGS FALL APART

    » If there is any single work that can be considered central to the evolving canon of modern African literature, it is, without question, Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart. The novel owes this distinction to the innovative significance it assumed as soon as it was published, a significance that was manifested in at least two respects. In the first place, the novel provided an image of an Afric...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  285 engagements | 

  • 12. THE CARTESIAN DUALISM AND THE PROBLEM OF MIND AND BODY RELATIONSHIP BY RENE DESC...

    » The purpose of this work is to philosophically analyze the Cartesian dualism and the problem of mind and body relationship according to Rene Descartes. The mind–body problem is a philosophical problem concerning the relationship between the human mind and body, although it can also concern animal minds, if any, and animal bodies. It is distinct from the question how mind and body can causall...Continue Reading »

    76 pages |  279 engagements | 

  • 13. SLANTING TECHNIQUES IN FARMERS-HERDERS CONFLICTS REPORTAGE IN SELECTED NIGERIAN ...

    » The study was conducted using three major newspapers in Nigeria: The Punch, This Day and Vanguard with the objective of finding the slanting technique adopted by the selected newspapers in reporting famers herders conflicts. The worked analyzed 36 reports on famers herders conflicts. The study adopted a content analyzed design whereby a sample size of 36 were used to get information. Purposive sam...Continue Reading »

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  • 14. POSITION PAPER: THE DIMENSIONS OF ETHNICITY, LANGUAGE AND CULTURE IN NIGERIA

    » As part of the DFID Nigeria ‘Drivers of change’ Initiative, the consultant was requested to ‘provide in depth analysis to inform the Department for International Development (DFID) Nigeria’s Drivers of Change initiative on the role of the ethnicity, language and culture dimension as a barrier to change or driver of change in Nigeria’. Component Three will build on the...Continue Reading »

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  • 15. HISTORY OF HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS IN NIGERIA, 1970-1999.

    » The established features of democracy with its provision of the constitution that regulates the behaviors of both the ruling government and citizens, as enshrined in the constitution had positioned the ultimate principle that political power belong to the entire people and not restricted to the few representatives of the government. The doctrine of separation of power and check and balances, as pr...Continue Reading »

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  • 16. BRITISH COLONIAL ECONOMIC POLICY IN NIGERIA, THE EXAMPLE OF BENIN PROVINCE 1914 ...

    » The colonial economy in most of Africa was structured to improve the economies of the colonizing or metropolitan powers. In the scheme of things, what mattered was how the colonial economy could benefit the colonizers. Very little, if any regard, was paid to the colonized indigenous population. When the African population was taken into consideration, it was mostly employed as a tool in achieving ...Continue Reading »

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  • 17. CARE OF WIDOWS : AN IMPLICATION FOR THE DEGEMA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, RIVERSTATE

    » ABSTRACT This research was carried out to closely examine the New Testament concept of care for widows with reference to its economic benefits: An implication from 1 Timothy 5: 14 16 and to its theological implication is the contemporary time and the church. The purpose was to find out if the contemporary Christians in Degema, the families , the real widows and the government are to obey the order...Continue Reading »

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  • 18. COSTUMES, COLOURS AND SYMBOLS AS SEEN IN OZUBULU CHIEFTAINCY CORONATION TITLE IN...

    » Ozubulu Anakpu is a larger town in Anambra State, Nigeria. It is the headquarter of the Ekwusigo Local Government Area. Ozubulu has four major autonomous communities in which are Amakwa, Egbema, Eziora and Nza. Other villages in Ekwusigo Local Government Area are lhembosi, lchi, and Oraifite, in Ozubulu, each community consists of twelve villages and above. Ozubulu been the headquarters of Ekwusig...Continue Reading »

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  • 19. ASSESSING THE PERFORMANCE OF ISLAMIC BANKS: SOME EVIDENCE FROM THE MIDDLE EAST

    » How should policymakers think about Islamic banks? Are they relics of a bygone era, propped up by subsidies and distorting financial sector competition? Or, are they efficient and focused financial institutions that could, if unleashed, eventually dominate the retail financial landscape? A better understanding of these policy questions requires specific knowledge about the performance and the dete...Continue Reading »

    76 pages |  257 engagements | 

  • 20. AN EVALUATION OF DECORATED TRADITIONAL CLOTH USED IN TIV CULTURAL ACTIVITIES IN ...

    » ABSTRACT The study evaluated the decorated traditional cloth used in Tiv cultural activities in Benue State, Nigeria. The aim of the study was to establish the aesthetic value of Tiv traditional cloth used in cultural activities, while the objectives are to: find out the educational value of Tiv traditional cloth; examine the symbolic meanings of black and white colour; and evaluate the use of the...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  265 engagements | 

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