Nigerian Journal of Social Studies (NJSS)

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VOL. XXIII (2) OCTOBER, 2020

Concept of Omoluabi in Pre-Primary and Primary School Classrooms and Sustenance of Effective Democracy in Nigeria by Idowu Oluyemisi Majebi & Esther A. Oduolowu

Lagos Residents’ Political Participation: Implications for the Consolidation of Sustainable Democracy in Nigeria by A. S. Jimoh , L. K. Shekoni, S. M. Adie & I. O. Lawal

Security Consciousness Among Students in Higher Institutions in Nigeria by Babatunde Adeniyi Adeyemi & Gbenga Olotu

Influence of Ethnic Identity and Religious Affiliations on Peace and Security in Contemporary Nigeria by Oluwatoyin Olusegun Olowo & Emmanuel Oluwatimilehin Ibitoye

Democracy in Trouble; Can Social Studies Save it? Ilorin Emirate Social Studies Teachers’ Perception by AbdulRaheem Yusuf, Kayode Ezecheal Obafemi & Rosemary Titilayo Sayomi

An Insight into Challenges of Voters’ Participation and Attainment of Sustainable Democracy in Nigeria by Akeem Alatise Ganiyu & Idayat Romoke Hamzat

Home-Factors as Determinants of Junior Secondary School Students’ Knowledge and Attitudes Towards Effective Leadership Concepts in Social Studies in Osun State by Oluwakayode Akinfemiwa Ogunbiyi

The Impact of Social Studies on the Voting Behaviour of Nigerians for Democratic Sustenance and Political Development of Nigeria by Olatunde John Ogundiran

A Critique of the Nigerian Social Studies Curriculum for the Junior Secondary School by Ronke Adeduntan

Democracy and Women Empowerment in Nigeria: Southwestern Experience by Bolanle Nafisat Akeusola, Olawale Oyemade Oyekanmi & Gbadegesin Saliu Shittu

Upper-Basic Social Studies Educators’ perceived Challenges of Teaching Civic Values in Kwara Central, Nigeria by Adewuyi Shofiu Rasheed

Effective Political Leadership: A Determinant of Sustainable Democracy in Nigeria by Yahaya Seriki Alhassan & Oluwatoyin Abimbola Sanusi

Effectiveness of National Values Curriculum Implementation at The Basic School Level in Ogbomoso, Oyo State, Nigeria by Timothy Opeyemi Yayi & Joel Adesokan Abilagbo

Implications for State Police in Democratic Nigeria: The Opinions of Stakeholders in Selected States of South West Nigeria by Agbonna Samuel Ayorinde & O. Genevieve Ariguzo

Analysis of Values Education Component of Social Studies and Civic Education Curriculum of Basic 6 to 9 (JSS 1 – 3) by Chimezie Njoku

Factors Hindering Retention of Basic School teachers in Border Areas as Perceived by Educational Stakeholders in Katsina State, Nigeria by Muhinat Bolanle Bello

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