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  • 1. FEMINISTIC ACTIVITIES IN NIGERIA AND THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN THE SOCIETY

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study The issue of feminism springs up from women’s consciousness of their situation in the society and various oppressive acts against them. In traditional Africa the woman is an object of constant scorn, degradation and physical torture. In the past, women did not exist as individuals with personalities to defend. They rather existed as mere d...Continue Reading »

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  • 2. TRADITIONAL HAUSA CLOTHS: A COMPARATIVE COLLECTION OF SOKOTO AND KEBBI STATE

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF STUDY Nigeria, among other African countries is known for her different varieties of traditional cloths ranging from one ethnic group to the other. The evidence can be seen from all the thirty six states in Nigeria; the clothing style of the eastern Nigeria diets from that of the northern Nigeria as so on. Clothing is anything placed on the body to adorn ...Continue Reading »

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  • 3. TRADITIONAL MARRIAGE AMONG IBIAKU CLAN IN MKPAT ENIN LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF AK...

    » 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Marriage is an important institution worldwide particularly in Africa. For its importance, marriage has been categorized differently; we have the traditional marriage which takes into consideration customs and norms, followed by Islamic and Christian marriages which are one regarded as modern marriages. In this present dispensation the three marriages h...Continue Reading »

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  • 4. THE INTEGRATION OF MIGRANTS INTO SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF AWE IN THE 20TH C...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM Awe is the industrial nerve centre in Afijio Local Government Area of Oyo State.1 Unlike other industrial settlement, its enjoy peaceful atmosphere. Not much is written on Awe and Afijio Local Government in general. Needless to say, not much attention had been given to the place of migrants and their role in bringing about socio economic development in the ...Continue Reading »

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  • 5. THE GROWTH OF MARKET IN IKARE AKOKO: A CASE STUDY OF OSELE OF OSELE MARKET (1840...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 OBJECTIVE OF STUDY A market is a site where sellers and buyers assemble daily or specific days to exchange goods and services. Markets are not only important as centers for the exchange of goods, ideas and fashions but also perform significant social and political functions in the community. Moreover, exchange and subsistence activities were and still are integrated into market sys...Continue Reading »

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  • 6. THE CHANGING ROLE OF THE TRADITIONAL POLITICAL INSTITUTION IN IBADAN IN THE TWEN...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM The need to examine the changing role of Traditional Political Institution in Ibadan is considered to complement the existing literature on Ibadan as a polity. Indeed, various aspects of Ibadan history have been documented and by dierent scholar but a sequential appraisal of the changes witnessed by the Traditional Political Institution have been treated in...Continue Reading »

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  • 7. PLANNING EXECUTION AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES ON NIGERIA FROM 1966-1977

    » CHAPTER TWO 2.0. FESTAC 77; THE PLANNING STAGE (1966 1977) 2.1 CONCEPTION OF FESTAC FESTAC, first emanated as a mere idea in Paris in 1956, when a group of Paris based pan African society summoned a meeting of all black and African writers as well as artists to discuss the resurgence of the Blackman’s culture1. The likes of Leopard Sedar Senghor, Eno Belinga, Alioune Dioup who were based in ...Continue Reading »

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  • 8. HISTORY OF MILITARY INTERVENTION AND ADMINISTRATION IN NIGERIA.

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The bedrock for military coups and leadership in Nigeria and many other countries slowly corroded as a result of the pressure mounted on political belief that people of different social classes, religions, races, etc should live together in a society like Nigeria, Africa, Asia and Latin America, etc, Dudely 1982. The strength of the procedures of th...Continue Reading »

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  • 9. KNOWLEDGE IN TRADITIONAL AFRICAN PERSPECTIVE: A CRITIQUEKNOWLEDGE IN TRADITIONAL...

    » CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Aristotle many years ago asserted that it is the nature of man to know: in other words, every man seeks to know. In fact, philosophical activity started out of the spirit of wonder when men were no longer satisfied with the mythological explanation of reality. It was their curiosity that sparked off this enormous discipline man is awed ...Continue Reading »

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  • 10. THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL AND INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT RESOLUTION A CASE...

    » ABSTRACT This research effort grew out of concern for the increasing use of force in settlement of disputes by the United States which has the tendency to reduce the moral stature of the UN (above all, the security council) an organization committed to the maintenance of international peace and security. It seeks to analyse the role of the United Nations security council in international conflict ...Continue Reading »

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  • 11. A HISTORY OF GUSAU IN THE COLONIAL PERIOD 1903-1960

    » CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY This research is an attempt to study the History of Gusau district in the colonial period, 1903 1960. Gusau district is one of the Districts that emerged following the jihad movement of the nineteenth century in Hausa land, led by the legendary Sheikh Usmanu Danfodiyo. It was founded around 1799 by Mallam Muhammadu Sambo, (Dan Ashafa) a ...Continue Reading »

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  • 12. BRITAIN AND NIGERIA’S INDEPENDENCE IN 1960

    » CHAPTER ONE Introduction The territory known as Nigeria was a British creation. Its coastal areas have for some three to four hundred years been involved in trade, particularly slave trade with Britain. With the abolition of slave trade and the setting up of industries, the Britain’s were in need of raw materials and market for their product. This led to another form of trade relationship be...Continue Reading »

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  • 13. NIGERIA ECONOMIC POLICY UNDER THE MILITARY 1983-1993

    » CHAPTER ONE CONCEPTUALIZATION OF ECONOMIC POLICY AND THE NIGERIA SITUATION. 1.0 INTRODUCTION Policy means a plan action agreed or chosen by government, a business or organization. It is a principle of behavior or belief that influences how one behave. It can also be defined as government programmes of action, which is what government intend to do and how they intend to do or achieve it.1 Economic ...Continue Reading »

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  • 14. UBULU-UKU – NDOKWA RELATIONS IN PRE-COLONIAL

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION The history of the Ubulu communities in Ndokwa East Local Government Area and that of the Ubulu’s in Aniocha South Local Government Area both in Delta state could be said to be intertwined. Though by virtue of ethnicity or nationality, they differ. The Ubulu Communities in Ndokwa belong to the Ukwuani nation, while Ubulu Uku belongs to Aniocha nation, but there exist...Continue Reading »

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  • 15. A HISTORY OF THE NIGERIAN DEFENCE ACADEMY 1964-2006

    » CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study The Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) was established on 5th February, 1964 to trains officers for the Armed Forces of Nigeria in response to the defence need of independent Nigeria. Before then, the institution responsible for Military training in Nigeria was known as the Royal Military Forces Training College (RMFTC).1After independence i...Continue Reading »

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  • 16. A HISTORY OF COLONIAL INFRASTRUCTURES

    » CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1 Introduction With the colonial conquest of Katsina Emirate in 1903 the British colonial masters established social, economic and political policies in order to archive their objective which was not far away from economic exploitation. Some of these policies include the Native Authority System, the of Katsina College in 1921, Native Authority Treasury, Native Au...Continue Reading »

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  • 17. THE INVOLVEMENT OF THE NIGERIAN MASS MEDIA IN THE LIBERIAN CONFLICT

    » INTRODUCTION This research focuses on the involvement of the Nigerian mass media in the Liberian conflicts. The Nigerian mass media like every other information media is involved in the gathering, evaluating and distributing of facts about current issues, this was the case in the civil war in Liberia which Nigerian journalist greatly impacted. Throughout the crisis independent press played a criti...Continue Reading »

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  • 18. THE MAKING OF NIGERIA’S FOURTH REPUBLIC

    » CHAPTER ONE THEORIES AND NATURE OF DEMOCRACY Democracy has been subjected to different theories and interpretations. This is consequent of the fact that it can be seen from various perspectives. But the word “Democracy” is from two Greek words, ‘demos’ and ‘kratein’, demos means the people while and kratein is to rule.1 Democracy is thus a political system in wh...Continue Reading »

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  • 19. THE IMPLICATIONS OF INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM ON NIGERIA’S NATIONAL SECURITY

    » CHAPTER ONE TERRORISM AND NATIONAL SECURITY A NEXUS Terrorism as a Means of Coercion Terrorism is “the systematic use of fear especially as a means of coercion. Its aim is to get people scared.” It is a “strategy of intimidation and violence.”1 Terrorism as a premeditated, political motivated violence, perpetrated against non combatant targets by sub national groups, usuall...Continue Reading »

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  • 20. THE EGYPTIAN UPRISING AGAINST MUBARAK ADMINISTRATION

    » CHAPTER ONE ISSUES, POLITICS AND RELIGION IN EGYPT Egypt is officially known as the Arab Republic of Egypt. It is in north eastern Africa and south western Asia. Most of the country lies in Africa, but the easternmost portion of Egypt, the Sinai Peninsula, is usually considered part of Asia; it forms the only land bridge between the two continents. Most of Egypt’s terrain is desert, divided ...Continue Reading »

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