Nigerian Journal of Social Studies (NJSS)

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VOL. XIX (2) OCTOBER, 2016

Preface

FAMILY PATTERNS AS PREDICTORS OF STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENTIN SOCIAL STUDIES by Funsho OLATUNDE & Sesan ADEMUYIWA

TRADITIONAL RULERS AND THE PROMOTION OF NATIONAL UNITY IN NIGERIA-EMERGING TRENDS by Akeem Alatise, GANIYU; Kamorudeen Adesina, OJEWALE and James Gbemisoye, OYEWOLE

SOCIAL STUDIES AND HERITAGE RESOURCE PROMOTION AS EMERGENT CULTURAL STUDIES AND NATIONAL UNITY by Abiodun A. OLADITI

PROPRIETORS’ AWARENESS AND COMPLIANCE WITH EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION NATIONAL MINIMUM STANDARDS AND PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN LEARNING OUTCOMES IN SOUTHWESTERN NIGERIA by A. A. ANYADIKE; O. E. OJEDOKUN & V. I. IROEGBU

PREVALENCE OF SOCIAL STUDIES ACTIVITY TEACHING TECHNIQUES IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KANO STATE by Abdu Ayuba FAGGE

ELDERS IN PRISON: THEIR HEALTH STATUS, WELL-BEING AND HEALTH-PROMOTING BEHAVIOURS IN NIGERIAN PRISONS by Richard A. ABORISADE; Temitope O. OMOTAYO and Temitope A. OSHILEYE

WOMEN PARTICIPATION IN NIGERIAN POLITICS AND ITS CHALLENGES FOR NIGERIA’S CENTENARY by Olamide Olutoke AJOGBEJE

STUDENT’S PERCEPTION OF CHARACTER EDUCATION AND SOCIAL VALUES FOR GREATER PRODUCTIVITY IN SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION by Ayotunde ADEBAYO, Funsho A. OLATUNDE and Alex Friday OBAJE

PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF TEACHING RELIGION AND NATIONAL VALUES IN THE NIGERIA UPPER BASIC SCHOOL by D. A. FALADE

REVISITING PEACEFUL EXISTENCE IN MULTI-ETHNIC NIGERIA FOR POLITICAL STABILITY AND UNITY by Kayode Adesoye OLAYODE

SOCIO CULTURAL FACTORS FOR PARTICIPATION IN AND ATTITUDE TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN OKE-OGUN AREA OF OYO STATE, NIGERIA by Oluremi O. ADEYEMI & O. A. FAWOLE

RELATIVE EFFECTS OF TWO COOPERATIVE INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES ON CULTURE OF PEACE AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN OGUN STATE, NIGERIA by Rasheed Adenrele ADETORO

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