Nigerian Journal of Social Studies (NJSS)

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VOL. XVI (2) OCT 2013

Preface

Comparative Impacts of Discussion and Problem Solving Methods on Secondary School Students' Achievement and Retention in Social Studies, in Ekiti State, Nigeria. By B.O. Abdu-Raheem

Peace Education: Panacea for Combating Conflicts and Violence in Nigeria. By Oluwagbohunmi, M.F., Osalusi, F.M. & Abdu-Raheem, B.O.

Promoting Unity in Diversity in Nigeria Through Social Studies - Implications For National Unity. By Abiodun Akinola Oladiti & Elizabeth I. Wahab

Improving Students Knowledge and Attitudes to Multicultural Concepts in Social Studies Through Group Learning: A Practical Guide to Nigerian Unity and Integration. By S.O. Ajitoni, E.T Salako, & O.A. Ojebiyi

Assessment of Millennium Development Goals (MDGS) Training Programme Organised For Junior Secondary School Social Studies Teachers in The Oke-Ogun Area of Oyo State, Nigeria. By Tiamiyu, Mumini Bamidele

Could Social Studies Provide Answers to The Socio-Political Questions Associated With National Unity in Nigeria? By Oluwatoyin Olusegun Olowo

Social Studies Education: A Catalyst For National Unity in Nigeria. By Torpev, Terver Francis

Corruption In Nigeria: Conceptual and Theoretical Approaches and The Role of Social Studies in Mitigating The Menace. By Obah-Akpowoghaha, Nelson Goldpin & Ogunmilade Adekunle

A Study of The Teaching and Learning of Culture in Oyo Township. By   Ismail Oyebanji, Ajibade

Boko Haram Catastrophic Terrorism and Insecurity Question In Nigeria. By A.O. Oyewalepopo

Regional Planning, State Creation and Perceived Marginalization: Issues of Conflict in Nigeria. By Olatunde John Ogundiran

Effects of Teaching Citizenship Component of Social  Studies on Primary School Pupils' Civic Knowledge and Skills. By Tolulope Victoria Gbadamosi

Social Networking and Pre-Service Teachers Performance in Contemporary Issues in Social Studies Education Programme. By J.O. Ogunbiyi, Z.O. Soluade, & J. A. Fayemi

The Effect of Group Assignment Teaching Method on Basic School Social Studies Students' Academic Performance in Cultural Diversity in lle-Ife Nigeria. By A. J. Obadiora

Youths' Education and Ethnic Relations in Conflict Transiting Communities of Nigeria. By Henry Olusegun & Majaro-Majesty

Individual and Group Counselling As Determinants of Understanding of Successful Ageing Among Baptist Elderly Adults in Lagos East Baptist Conference. By Ola Olusola Oladeni

Ethical Implications of Spirituality of Couples in Observance of Marital Vows. By Elizabeth A. Bolaji

Self-Concept and Academic Performance of Upper Basic Secondary School Social Studies Students in Kwara State, Nigeria. By Abdulsalam, Alliyu Ayodele; Jimoh, Mohammed Idris & Rasheed, Adewuyi Shofiu

The Menace of Ethnic Militias in Nigeria: Implication For National Unity. By Mofoluwawo, Esther Omoniyi

Peace Education: Panacea for Combating Conflicts and Violence in Nigeria. By M. F Oluwagbohunmi, F M. Osalusi, &B. O. Abdu-Raheem

Gender and Residential Differences in Academic Performance of Social Studies Students of Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti. By Rufus Ajayi Alonge & Helen Funmilola Okunade

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