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International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences

Jun 24, 2014 Volume 32, Number

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Number of articles: 22

  1. Re-Engineering Education and Development from the Prevalence of System Architecture of the Social Media Network

    Filibus Jamaka Auta, Federal College of Education (Tech.), Nigeria

    This paper examines how four systems of re-engineering principles namely, complete operational process system, set-transformation system socio-technical system and technical/workflow environmental ... More

    pp. 1-13

  2. Drivers of Corporate Social Responsibility within Construction Organization in Nigeria

    Samuel Ekung, University of Salford, United Kingdom; Anthony Ujene, University of Uyo, Nigeria; Ubong Ebong, School of Environmental Studies, Nigeria

    This paper examined the drivers of corporate social responsibility within construction organisations in Nigeria. The objectives were to determine the critical factors driving corporate social... More

    pp. 14-25

  3. Implementation of Admission Guidelines in Colleges of Education in South East, Nigeria

    Paul Chijioke Israel & Happiness Cherechi Israel, Federal College of Education, Nigeria

    The regulation of entry qualification is one of the quality assurance measures in colleges of education. The essence of this measure is to ensure that only candidates with the mental capacity to... More

    pp. 26-34

  4. The Role of Adult Education in National Development

    Yilben James Jinna & P.N. Maikano, Federal College of Education, Nigeria

    Adult and non-formal education has been apparently much neglected aspect of educational activities in the country. This neglect could be traced to our colonial heritage where the British colonial... More

    pp. 35-42

  5. Temporal Variation of Students’ Drug Abuse in Langtang North Local Government Area, Plateau State-Nigeria

    Joseph Philip Dangbin & E.S. Samuel, University of Nigeria, Nigeria

    This study determined the temporal variation of students’ drug abuse in Langtang North Local Government Area - LGA, Plateau state - Nigeria. Descriptive survey research design was employed for the ... More

    pp. 43-53

  6. The Role of Modeling towards Impacting Quality Education

    Abdullahi Salisu, Federal Polytechnic, Nigeria; Emmanuel N. Ransom, Federal College of Education, Nigeria

    The study examines several models of teaching and learning, the roles of modeling techniques in teaching and learning, and the benefit of modeling techniques; it also gives a demonstration and... More

    pp. 54-61

  7. Application of ICT in Nigerian Educational System for Achieving Sustainable Development

    Zainab Sambo Gidadawa & Mansur Bello Dogondaji, Shehu Shagari College of Education, Nigeria

    Information communication Technology (ICT) is an indispensable part of the contemporary world. Infact, culture and society have to be adjusted to meet the challenge of knowledge age. The... More

    pp. 62-71

  8. Qualitative Islamic Education as a Panacea for Resolving Leadership and Good Governance Crises in a Democratic Society

    Ibrahim Muhammad Sani, Isa Kaita College of Education, Nigeria

    It was consequent upon the conformity, implementation, adoption and application in to practice of Islamic education found in operation for the avoidance of moral decadence many people were made... More

    pp. 72-80

  9. Medium of Instruction (L1 versus L2): Which is in Automobile Engineering?

    Victor Dagala Medugu, Amirmudin bin Udin & Mohammad Zameri bin Saman, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

    The main purpose of the study was to establish the effects of National language (L1) as supplement to English Language (L2) in teaching and learning Motor Vehicle Mechanics (MVM) Trade as a pre-... More

    pp. 81-86

  10. Sabotage in Patronage: Crimes and Globalization in an Islamic Culture Perspective

    Hanafi Usman Yeldu, Adamu Augie College of Education, Nigeria

    The concept of globalization pretence universal development, along the line, crimes revolves round globalization. Crimes grow in equal rate with globalization, the more the developmental inventions... More

    pp. 95-99

  11. Globalization and the Global Manual of Islamic Education

    Shehu Yusufu Birnin Tudu, Adamu Augie College of Education, Nigeria

    The global world does not exist on it own, nor the events in the globe left without a guide. For machinery to operate successfully there is the need for strict adherence to its operation manual.... More

    pp. 100-105

  12. Factors Associated with Maternal Health Problems and Strategies for Promoting Safe Motherhood amongst Pregnant Married Women in Kanke LGA, Plateau State, Nigeria

    Andrew Audu Jatau, Federal College of Education, Nigeria

    This study determined the factors associated with maternal health problems and strategies for promoting safe motherhood amongst pregnant married women in Kanke LGA. Survey research design was... More

    pp. 106-117

  13. Major Factors that Affect Grade 10 Students’ Academic Achievement in Science Education at Ilu Ababora General Secondary of Oromia Regional State, Ethiopia

    Feyera Beyessa, Mettu College of Teacher Education, Ethiopia

    The main purpose of this study was to explore the factors that affect grade10 students" academic achievement in science education at Ilu Aba Bora Zone of General Secondary Schools. To attain this... More

    pp. 118-134

  14. The Influence of Idealism on Curbing Schoolers’ Defiant Behaviours

    Shinga Alphonsus Joseph, Federal College of Education (Technical), Nigeria

    This study intends to examine defiant behaviours among schoolers at the three levels of education in Gombe metropolis, which has reached a critical point. To guide the study, the research takes a... More

    pp. 135-144

  15. The Significant of Internet Technology to Education and Students in Acquiring Quality Education

    Salisu Abdullahi, Federal Polytechnic, Nigeria; Emmanuel N. Ransom, Federal College of Education, Nigeria; M.S. Kardam, Federal Polytechnic, Nigeria

    The paper look at how internet technologies provide rich and flexible media for representing what students know and what they are learning. It also discusses the various internet technologies that ... More

    pp. 145-153

  16. Scaffolding: Using Social Impact Assessment to Map Framework for Construction Stakeholders’ Engagement

    Samuel Ekung, University of Salford, United Kingdom; James Effiong, University of Calabar, Nigeria

    Strategy to construction stakeholders’ engagement in Nigeria is anchored on environmental impact assessment (EIA) law. While EIA is conducted only in large projects, every project continues to... More

    pp. 154-165

  17. Challenges of Automobile Technology in Entrepreneurship Development

    Segun Okuta & Josephine Musa Dawha, Federal College of Education (Technical), Nigeria

    The desire of Federal Government of Nigeria and the world over is the building of a better world in the 21st century, where the economy of the nations would be seen to have developed by ... More

    pp. 166-174

  18. Are Christian Arabs the New Israeli Jews? Reflections on the Educational Level of Arab Christians in Israel

    Hanna David, University of Tel Aviv, Israel

    In 1949, a year after the establishment of the state of Israel, Christian Arabs consisted of 2.9% of the population in the newly born Israel, and 21.25% of all Arabs living in it.1 In 2010 the rate... More

    pp. 175-187

  19. Total Quality Management: Today’s Business Excellence Strategy

    Hardeep Singh, Ferozepur College of Engineering and Technology (FCET), India; Bikrampal Singh, Global Institutes, India

    In this world of hard competition and globalization quality has become the necessity and the requirement of every customer. Quality is must to win the game of competition. Quality is a mandatory... More

    pp. 188-196

  20. The Role of Small Scale Enterprises in Poverty Reduction in Rural Areas of Sokoto State

    Sirajo Abubakar Ibrahim & Zayyanu Ladan, Shehu Shagari College of Education, Nigeria

    Poverty reduction is a major goal and issue for many international organizations such as the United Nations and the World Bank. The World Bank estimated 1.29 billion people were living in absolute ... More

    pp. 197-203