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  • 1. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES IN POLYTECHNICS AND COLLEGES OF EDUC...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Background Information Education according to Longman Dictionary is defined as “the teaching or the training of mind and character”. Education is the cynosure of ever society’s socio culture development. The viability of any sector of every nation’s growth depends on the educational base. Training institutions education in Nigeria has remain...Continue Reading »

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  • 2. THE CHALLENGES OF RATING VALUATION IN NIGERIA. (CASE STUDY OF LAGOS STATE)

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study It was in 1987, in the wake of some well publicized research works by actuaries Hager and Lord that Drivers Jonas first sponsored Investment Property Databank (IPD) to carry out detailed research into valuation accuracy in the United Kingdom. The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), as the valuers’ professional body, later took...Continue Reading »

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  • 3. LAND TENURE SYSTEM AT MGBIDI, ORU WEST L.GA, IMO STATE

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION The majority of people on earth are now living in cities and towns. By 2030, over 4.6 billion people will live in urban areas (Wish 2009). For this urban population, access to secure shelter is a precondition for access to other benefits such as livelihood opportunities, public services and credit (Payne 2002). Tenure therefore forms the foundation on which any effort ...Continue Reading »

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  • 4. Comparative analysis of rent differential in selected residential areas in Obio/...

    » Chapter one Introduction 1.1Background of the study The provision of adequate housing that is safe, secured, accessible, affordable, and sanitary is a fundamental human right, as enshrined in the United Nations habitat Agenda, the global on human settlement housing has been universally accepted as the most second most important human need. It is a basic need for human survival and an essential com...Continue Reading »

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  • 5. ANALYSIS OF INTRA URBAN TRAFFIC PROBLEMS IN RIVERS STATE: A STUDY OF PORT HARCOU...

    » Chapter one Introduction 1.1Background of the study Cities and traffic congestion have developed hand in hand since the earliest large human settlements and the same forces that draw inhabitants to congregate in large urban areas, also lead to sometimes intolerable levels of traffic congestion on urban streets and thoroughfares (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, (OECD) 2007). ...Continue Reading »

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  • 6. INFLUENCE OF CUSTODIAN ARRANGEMENTS ON THE EMOTIONAL AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR OF CH...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1Background to the Study When parents set up a home and have a family, they naturally hope to create a happy environment in which their children can grow up (Pamela, 2000). According to Mallum (2002) the home plays an important role in the child‟s personality development. Parents are expected to be with their children throughout the years of child upbringing. In the tr...Continue Reading »

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  • 7. THE PROBLEMS OF PROVISION OF PUBLIC CONTINENCE IN URBAN CENTERS

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Public conveniences should be seen as a core component of environmental design, adding to a city’s quality and viability (Greed, 2004). Provision of public convenience is not only a matter of land use, but also an essential design and planning concern to make cities more accessible, inclusive, and convenient for all members of the society. Public convenience provisio...Continue Reading »

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  • 8. THE ROLE OF TRANSPORT SYSTEM IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF OKPE LOCAL GO...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Most of the journeys made by the rural poor are for subsistence tasks. For them, access to local facilities and the primary transport network is critical during times of need, especially for health, social and economic reasons (Ahmed and Donovan, 2012). Improvements to the primary village network of paths, tracks, culverts, and access routes that reduce the burden of basic...Continue Reading »

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  • 9. ENVIRONMENTAL PACOLLUTION IN NIGERIA: ISSUES AND SOLUTIONS.

    » Nigeria, located in West Africa, has a total land area of 983,213 square kilometres. Presently, its estimated population is over 150 million people (World Bank Population figures) yielding an average density of more than120persons per square kilometres. Industrial activities, in its modern forms, are relatively recent in the history of Nigeria’s economic development. During the pre colonial ...Continue Reading »

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  • 10. FLOODING IN NIGERIA CAUSES, EFFECTS AND SOLUTION.

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Floods are major disasters affecting many countries of the world annually especially in most flood plain areas. Floods do not only damage properties and endanger the lives of human and animals but also produce other secondary effects like outbreak of diseases such as cholera and malaria as well. Flooding is commonly caused by heavy downpours of rains on flat ground, reserv...Continue Reading »

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  • 11. THE EFFECT OF POOR PLANNING POLICIES AND PRACTICES ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF ABRAKA ...

    » Studies such as Agbola (2017), has shown that poor planning policies and practice has an adverse effect on the development of Abraka town. In recent time, Abraka as an urban center has been faced with poor physical planning and infrastructural development. Planning policies in Abraka has been very poor due to none implementation of urban land use act and master plan. This is because the government...Continue Reading »

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  • 12. ASSESSMENT OF THE QUALITY OF URBAN TRANSPORT SERVICES IN BENIN CITY, EDO STATE.

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Benin City has one of the quality transport services in Nigeria which is located at ring road (Bobizua park) and third market (Osato park). Quality urban transport services in Benin City have been provided by public and private transport companies (Kantorovich, 2012). This has no doubt improved the socio economic development of Benin City and Ed...Continue Reading »

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  • 13. EVALUATION OF TOURISM POTENTIAL FOR DEVELOPMENT AND SPATIAL BEHVAVIOUR OF RESIDE...

    » Tourism activities throughout the world are major sources of internally generated revenue. They generate revenue for both the host communities and the government at large. Tourism potentials when fully harnessed served as the best means of livelihood and sustainability for any modern day society especially in the development of tourist sites (Greg, 2014). However, residence (non tourists) attitude...Continue Reading »

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  • 14. INVESTIGATION INTO THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC EFFECT OF URBAN-RURAL MIGRATION ON THE DES...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION In recent years, Warri has experienced rapid population growth as a result of increasing population in the area. It has been observed that the main reason for this rapid increase in population is not far from unchecked and uncontrolled migration (Alemante, et al, 2006). Migration has no doubt affected the socio economic activities of destination areas especially in Warri a...Continue Reading »

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  • 15. EFFECT OF LAND DISPUTE ON THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES IN OGBE-IJAW COMMUNITY, ...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Land is the basis for every form of physical development and constitutes the primary medium for food production, for the provision of sheets and utilities, for the manufacture of goods and the establishment of institutions to support the basic needs of modern communities (Lanus ad Olufemi 2006). Ukaejiofor (2009) posited that land at the heart of social, political and econ...Continue Reading »

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  • 16. HEALTH EFFECTS OF FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION IN ETHIOPE EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT ARE...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION The aim of this chapter is to give insight into the purpose of this study and to state clearly the problem that led to this study. The first section is the background to the study which will help create a better understanding of the variables involved in this study. The second part will identify the gaps which exist in literature that has led to this study and clearly disc...Continue Reading »

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  • 17. THE EFFECT OF LAND USE ACT ON SUSTAINABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT IN DELTA STATE.

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Land is the basis for every form of physical development and constitutes the Primary medium for shelter and food production, for the provision of sheets and utilities, for the manufacture of goods and the establishment of institutions to support the basic needs of modern communities (Lanus and Olufemi, 2006). Hence, it’s the builder’s most important asset and p...Continue Reading »

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  • 18. EVALUATING THE BENEFITS OF THE HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM INDUSTRY ON THE SOCIO ECO...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Tourism is a rapidly growing phenomenon and has become one of the largest industries in the world. The impact of tourism varies extremely. On one hand, it plays an important and certainly positive role in the socio economic and political development in destination countries by, for instance, offering new employment opportunities. Also, in certain instances, it may contribu...Continue Reading »

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  • 19. EFFECT OF SOIL EROSION ON ARABLE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION IN ASABA AND IT’S ENV...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Erosion is defined as the washing away of the top soil due to excessive rainfall resulting to surface run off or as a result of denudation and weathering processes. Agriculture as defined by Robert (2015) is the growing of crops and rearing of animals for man’s benefit. In view of the above definitions, it could be seen that agriculture depends on land for its susten...Continue Reading »

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  • 20. THE IMPACT OF PLANNING ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE OF TOWN PLANNING AUTHORITIES ON ...

    » CAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Administration of physical planning has been the responsibility of all the three tiers of government in Nigeria over the years. The extent of involvement of each level of government is dictated by the operations of the various town and country planning legislation as well as the nation’s constitution. The fact is that the operations of the ...Continue Reading »

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