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Where two authors are involved both names should be cited (Ogundare and Ogunyemi, 2006). Where more than two authors are involved, the citation should be written as (Ogunsanya et al., 2002).
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Journal Ogundare, S. F. (1991). How social studies educators see the essentiality of their discipline for social mobilization of youth in Nigeria. Social Education Vol. 55 (5): 375-378
Book Barr. R., Barth, J. and Sharmis, S. (1978). The Nature of the Social Studies. Palm Spring California: ETC Publication.
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