Nigerian Journal of Social Studies (NJSS)

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VOL. XXIV (2) OCTOBER, 2021

Preface

Values and Religious Education in Nigeria: A Vital Tool For Nation Building Folaranmi by Bolanle Nofisat Akeusola, Sarah Olufunmilayo Adedini & Bukola Abosede

Strengthening Research in Social Studies For A Better Nigeria: Going the Extra Mile by Philip Onyekachukwu Egbule & Rhoda Nkemdilim Eboh

Pre-service Teachers’ Perception of National Value Education in the Curriculum of Basic 1-9 Pupils in Nigeria Educational System by Mujidat Olabisi Salawudeen

Implementation Of Value Education In Social Studies Curriculum: The Place Of Sustainable Pedagogical Learning Environment by Samuel Olayinka Idowu & Biliamin Adekunle Adeyeye

Persistent Rise in Corrupt Practices in Nigeria: The Irony of Fighting Corruption In President Buhari’s Administration (2015-2020) by Boris Happy Odalonu

Cultural Value Orientation in Early Years: A Platform For Building Strong Nation by Idowu Oluyemisi Majebi, Peter Kayode Olowe & Funmilola Rachael Leigh

Social Studies Curriculum: A Disposition to Citizenship Development for National Growth by I. Oganwu Philippa & O. Victor Odivwri

Constraints in Teaching and Learning of Values in Nigerian School by Latifat Apeke Saka

Repositioning National Value Education System as an Instrument Per Excellence in Curbing the Upsurge in Youth Restiveness in Nigeria by Godwin Uchechukwu Ndu

Impact of Social Studies Curriculum Content on Value Disposition among Junior Secondary School Students in Plateau State by Stephen Dakup Daboer & Ruth James Umaru

Values Re-orientation as an Antidote of Examination Malpractices in Nigeria by Woyengibarakemi Soinyo Soberekon

Effective Value Reorientation for Nation Building Amongst Nigerian Students: The Indispensable Role of Social Studies by Lukman Olayinka Shittu & Julcit Nanbol Gamde

Imperatives of Adequate Social Studies Teaching Methods as a Panacea For Nation Building in Nigerian Basic Schools by Julcit Nanbol Gamde & Dunka Gokas David

Value Re-orientation In Nigeria Education: A Tool for Nation Building and National Development by Z. Onyinyechi Omenma & Joseph C. Onuoha

Management Strategies For Students’ Anti-social Behaviour in Schools by Priscilia Ibekwe

Social Values and Value Education: Its Effect on Child Behaviour among Secondary School Students in Lagos State by Ganni Kashetu Mamudu, Adeshola Akeem Alagbe & Sulaimon Babatunde Mustapha

Assessment of the Perception of Social Studies on Citizenship Development among Undergraduate Social Studies Students in Tertiary Institutions in Southwestern Nigeria by Babatunde Adeniyi Adeyemi & Saheed Olagbenro Salawu

A Critical Analysis of Governance and Value Education in Nigeria by Aliyu Mohammed & Idris Salisu Kurah

Educating for Value and Atittudinal Change in Nigeria - Social Studies Rear View by Abiodun A. Oladiti, Deborah A. Ogunjimi & T. A. Adedigba

Conceptual Framework of Social Studies Moral Values and Potentials of Addressing Moral Failure in Nigeria by Hilary Ejim Egan

Persistent Benefit of Traditional Education in Nigerian Society: A Lesson for Social Studies by Omolola, B. Kayode-Olawoyin

Exploring Education in Resolving Peace and Security Challenges in Nigeria by Fehintola Christiana Olusanya

Attaining Ideal National Values in Nigerian Society: Socialization Agents Rear Views by Akeem Alatise Ganiyu & Babajide Olanipekun Olaojo

The Place of Security Education in National Values Education Curriculum in Nigeria: Are We in Order? by Ayotunde Adebayo & Ronke Iyabo Adeduntan

Women as Agents of Community Transformation: Role of Women in the Post-Civil War Development of Igboland, Nigeria (1970-2000) by Simeon C. Dimonye, Peter U. Iwunna, Catherine O. C. Okoro & Perpetua C. Ezeh

Social Studies As A Key Primary School Subject In Nigeria: Relevance For The Overall Development Of Nigeria’s Pupils (1970 - 2000) by Simeon C. Dimonye, Peter U. Iwunna, Catherine O.C. Okoro, Perpetua C. Ezeh, Felicia N. Opara

Comparative Effects of Value Identification and Collaborative Learning Techniques on Pupils’ Learning of Value Education Concepts in Social Studies by A. S. Jimoh, E. O. Aboluwarin & O. T. Babarinde

Assessment of Undergraduate Youths Perception Towards Democratic Values In Jos North: Implication for Social Studies Education by Ibrahim Miring Adamu, Funmilola Oluwatoyosi Egan & Reuben Kantiyok

Adaptability of Social Studies to Value Education: The Inputs that must be Made (Being a Lead Paper at the 2021 Sosan Virtual Conference) by H. I. Bayero

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