Nigerian Journal of Social Studies (NJSS)

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Current Issue: VOL. XXI (1) APRIL, 2018

Preface

Corruption in Tertiary Institutions: Bane of Youths Restiveness in Nigeria by Osalusi, F. M. & Oparinde, F.O.

Civic Education and Social Studies as Veritable Tools for Secondary School Students Moral Value Acquisition: Teachers Perspective by Abdu-raheem, Bilqees Olayinka

Boosting Social Studies Teaching Through Global Best Practices for Tackling Corruption and Materialism in Nigeria by Oladiti, Abiodun Akinola

Social Media as A Means of Eradicating Corruption in the Public Sectors In Nigeria by Olasoji, Ezekiel Olaposi

Causes and Effects of Political Corruption in Nigeria: Implication for Social Studies Education by Gbadamosi, Tolulope Victoria & Ajogbeje, Olamide Olutoke

Nature and Potency of Social Studies in Dealing With Corruption And Materialism by Omale, Ameh, Mumini, Adamu & Salisu, Hadi

Secondary School Social Studies Students’ Knowledge and Attitude to Hiv/Aids: The Interaction Effects of Gender and Socio-Economic Background in Ibadan by Ojedokun, Olalekan Elijah

Education in Nigeria for Value Re-Orientation and National Development by Olasehinde-Williams, Olabisi

How Communities Through Parent/Teacher Associations Support Junior Secondary Schools in Yenagoa Local Government Area, Bayelsa State by Omemu, Felix

Evaluation of Social Studies and Electronic Media in the Fight Against Corruption And Materialism in Nigeria by Jekayinoluwa, J.R., Egbetola, O. T., Akinwande, E. A. & Olowu, G. O.

Reflections on African and Western World Practices and Responses to Materialism by Odeleye, Abraham Olutoye

Using Proverb as an Aspect of Native Language in Teaching Civic Education to the Nigerian Child: A Non-Formal Approach by Okoroafor, Elizabeth Ihuoma & Nnadi, Catherine Chiaka

Effect of Two Teaching Methods on Student’s Achievement in Junior Secondary School Social Studies in Ibadan Metropolis by Junaid, Ikmat Olanrewaju & Ayinde, Abolanle D.

Prevalence of Academic Dishonesty as a Form of Corrupt Practices Among University Undergraduates in Kwara State Nigeria by Jacob, Olumayowa Ayorinde, Ayinde, Oluwafeyisayomi & Jacob, Adejoke Josephine

Corruption and Materialism: A Bane for Good Governance and Development in Nigeria by Mohammed, Aliyu, Sarkin-pawa, Nasiru Yusuf & Kurah, Idris Salisu

Blended Learning Approach to Social Studies Teaching and Learning as a Tool of Reducing the Menace of Corruption and Materialism Among Nigerian Youths by Ganiyu, Akeem Alatise & Ojewale, Kamorudeen Adesina

Tackling Corruptive Behaviours Among Electorates in Nigerian Politics: Perception of Kwara Central People of Nigeria by Rasheed, Adewuyi Shofiu, Olaniyan, Joseph & Sarkinfada, Halima

Tackling Poverty as a Variable of Corruption in Developing Countries by Solomon, Adebayo Oladode

Evaluation of Instruction in Secondary School Social Studies and Civic Education – Issues and Challenges by Wahab, Elizabeth Ikeola

A Survey of Corrupt Practices in the Educational System in Nigeria from Sociocultural Perspectives by Olawuyi, B.O., Ajayi, O.S. & Uyanne, E.O.

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