Nigerian Journal of Social Studies (NJSS)

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VOL. XXIV (1) APRIL, 2021

Preface

Value Education in a Pluralistic Society: The Role of Social Studies by Onamrewho Favour Atubi

Incorporating the new National Value Curiculum into the Integrated Nature of Social Studies in Nigeria by Adam Shaaba Ahmed, Halimat Upe Salau & Jibril Samaila Suleiman

Religious Pluralism and the Challenge of Development In Nigeria: Need for Incorporating Religious Values into Social Studies Curriculum by Irene Wanaemi Yakubu, Comfort Obic Akoja & Blessing Iveren Nomor

Upholding Religion and National Values Through Social Studies in Universal Basic Education Curriculum in Nigeria by Adamu Mumini & Mohammed Alhassan Hussaini

Values and Value System as Platforms for Nation-building by Sunday Obro

Teachers’ Perceptions on the Relevance of Integrating Social Entrepreneurship Education into Upper Basic Education Social Studies Curriculum In Nigeria by Nkechinyere Charity Edeh

Civic Education And Value Learning: The Challenge of Quality Communication by Funsho Olatunde & Ronke Iyabo Adeduntan

Effectiveness of Teachers’ Instructional Strategies on Students’ Attitude Towards Learning of Social Studies In Secondary Schools in Southwest, Nigeria by Martina Bosede Ajibefun

Parallel Crises: National Values, Civics, Security, Religious and National Values Curricula: Time for Social Studies to Make a Comeback to Nigeria’s School Curriculum by Chimezie Njoku

Social Studies as a Valuable Tool for Sustainable Development in Nigeria by Usman Lawal & Inuwa Babayo Tahir

Value Education as Instrument for Character Formation Towards Academic Attainment of Secondary School Students in Ogun State by Adekunle Amos Adediran & Isaac Sobola

Issues Affecting Teaching-Learning of National Value Education in Ondo State Secondary Schools by Bilqees Olayinka Abdu-Raheem & Femi Adegboyega Bamgbade

Between Curriculum Planning and Teaching Effectiveness - Where is the Gap in Social Studies Programmes? by Rasheed Adenrele Adetoro

Perceived Impact of Contributory Subjects to Social Studies among Secondary School Students in Dawakin-kudu Education Zone, Kano State by Yusuf Muhammad Maigari

Values and Value Systems of Nigerians: Implication for National Development by Jonas Nnalue Okeke, Samuel Okechukwu Ome, Patricia Nwamaka Aroh, Adole Ejah, Luke Chizoba O Ezema & Jonathan Eloka Okafor

Role of Civic Education in Inculcation of Civic Rights on Senior Secondary School Students in Igbo-eze South Local Government Of Enugu State, Nigeria by Ubong Ibongudo Bassey, Adole Ejah, Bernedeth N. Ezegbe, Jonas Nnalue Okeke, Matthew Nnabuike Aneke, Fortunate Chidinma Obiefule, Jude Maduabuchi Okechukwu

Attitude of Upper Basic Social Studies Students Towards Values Education in Delta State, Nigeria by Onyeka Destiny Ukor

Care of the Environment in the Era of the Covid-19 Pandemic in Nigeria: A Legacy of the British Colonial Education (1925-1960) by Peter U. Iwunna, Simeon C. Dimonye, Obiageli C. Njoku, Catherine O.C. Okoro & godwin O. Nkwocha

Nigerian National Value: What are they and who by Florence Modupe Osalusi & Abayomi Olusegun Ajayi

Effects of Group-investigation Learning Technique on Students Achievement In Social Values In Social Studies in, Jos, Plateau State by Ruth James Umaru & Gladys Oti

Socio-demographic Variables and Social Studies Students’ Attitude Towards Hiv/Aids in Delta State by Roseline O. Uwaifo

Negative Effects of Environmental Pollution on the Development of the Niger Delta Areas of Nigeria from 1957 to 2020 by Peter U. Iwunna, Simeon C. Dimonye, Ijeoma C. Nwokeji, Abubakar O. Ari & Chukwudi C. Patrick

Subjective Wellbeing and Cognitive Test Anxiety as Predictors of Students’ Academic Achievement in Business Related Subects by Margaret Moronke Dosunmu & Janet Oyebola Adetayo

Engendering Good Governance in Nigeria Through Effective Implementation of the Value Education Curriculum by Adebowale Babajide Tugbiyele

Broken Home as a Correlate of Students’ Personality: A Call for Value Re-orientation by Olawale Oyemade Oyekanmi

Effects of Mastery Learning on Academic Performance of Upper Basic Social Studies Students in Delta State by Daniel Reuben & Edore Clifford Ogheneakoke

Teachers’ Perception of the Issues around the Implementation of Value Education in Nigerian Schools by Rachael Oke Misan-ruppee

Role of Social Studies in Nation Building and Sustainable Development by Regina Oghenovo Arisi

Sustainable Environment for Value Education in Social Studies: How Feasible? (Being a Lead Paper at the 2021 Sosan Virtual Conference) by Okechukwu O. Nwaubani

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