Nigerian Journal of Social Studies (NJSS)

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VOL. XX (1) APRIL, 2017

Preface

Corruption and Economic Recession: The Need For Civic Learning by Oladimeji, Taibat Adetutu, Olayinka.

Civic Education and the Promotion of Social Values in Secondary Schools by Yusuf, Taofik Olalekan and Adika, Christianah Adedoyin

Value Education: Essential Tool for Socio-political and Economic Development in Nigeria by Ajitoni Olukayode Sunday, and Omoniyi Timilehin Olayinka.

Teachers’ Professional Development as Predictor of Students’ Academic Achievement in Social Studies in Ibadan Metropolis by Gbadamosi Tolulope Victoria and Salaudeen Ayodele Taju

Civic Learning in Nigeria: The Logical Thinking Approach to Social and Political Challenges by Meroyi, Samuel Idowu, Sotoyinbo Amos Oladimeji and Ajobiewe Anthony O.

Curbing Political Thuggery and Violence Among Nigerian Youths Through Effective Civic Learning by Oluwagbohunmi, Margaret Foluke

Foundations of Higher Education in Africa: Current Opportunities, Constraints and Challenges For The Future by Adeyinka Augustus A. and Paulley Fibainmine G.

From Higher Education To Workplace: Development of Generic Skills by Adegoke Ojeniyi, Shafarizan Abdsamad Vinothini, Vasodavan and Oyetade, Eunice M.

Provision of Study Materials and Pre-teaching Impacts On Students’ Academic Performance in Social Studies by Obaje, Alex Friday

Perceived Factors of Undergraduates Abuse of Drugs in Kwara State: Implication for Civic Learning in Nigerian Universities by Rasheed, Shofiu Adewuyi; Ajayi, Oluwagbemiga Samson and Abdulaziz, Isiaka

Perceived Causes of Political Apathy Among Yenagoa Residents in Bayelsa State, Nigeria by Owede Victory Collins; Soberekon Soinyo Woyengibarake and Daniel Ayakeme Lucky

An Evaluation of Political Engagement Pattern of University Undergraduates in Kwara State, Nigeria by Okafor Ifeoma P.; Jacob Olumayowa Ayorinde; Oniye Ridwanullahi Kolapo; Jimoh Rasheed Olaitan and Jacob Adejoke Josephine

Teachers Assessment of Civic Learning As Instrument For Achieving National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy in Ogun State by Adediran Amos Adekunle, Lijadu Moses Oladipo and Olugbuyi Kayode Oludare

Civic Education: A Veritable Tool for Nation Building by Adedayo Sofadekan

The Nigerian Police, Commercial Drivers and Fundamental Human Rights by Oladapo Samuel Olanrewaju and Aladejebi David Toyin

Enhancing Teachers’ Capacity for Effective Teaching of Citizenship Education Concepts in Nigeria by Afolabi Olubela and Aderemi Oyetunde Oyewale

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