Vol 3 No 2 June, 2022 Journal of African Social Studies

Journal of African Social Studies (JASS)

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Current Issue - Vol 3 No 2 June, 2022

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Preliminary Pages

Impact of Environmental Education On Women’s Attitude to Waste Management in Ijebu Ode Local Government by John Adelani FAYEMI, Adeola Oladele OGUNSANYA & Yinka Oluranti ADEDIRAN

Incivility as A Clog of Nigerian Youths’ Socio-Civic Engagement: Socio-Civic Education to The Rescue by Abiodun A. OLADITI, Bode Simon OLAOYE & Olatunji Idris YUSUF

Determinants of Social Studies Pre-Service Teachers’ Entrepreneurship Engagement in Ogun State, Nigeria by Oluwaseun OYEWOLE & Olusoga Rasheed OTELAJA

Developing Secondary School Students’ Critical Thinking Through Devil’s Advocate Approach in The Classroom by Bitrus MANCHANG, Leonard Dokbisa PADUNG & Dokbish Danung POFUNG

Digital Application of Social Studies Instruction: A New Vision by Mark Igho OSAH

Enhancing Social Studies Assessment Through Table of Specifications – An Empirical Review by Nnena Tor IORAPUU & Nandoo Nandap TELFIM

Towards Effective Teaching and Learning of Social Studies in The Universal Basic Education Programme in Nigeria by Eunice Isaac ESSIEN

Socio-Economic Analysis of Followership’s Attitude Towards Public Utilities and Its Implication On National Development by Agnes Anuoluwapo ODIA

Exploring 21st Century ICT Teaching Tools for Social Studies Instructional Delivery by Mumini Bamidele TIAMIYU

Social Studies: A Panacea in Managing the Menace of Kidnapping and Abduction of School Children in Nigeria by Adamu MUMINI, Dauda Adeyemo ARIYA & Mariam B. ARIYA

Exploring Global Social Studies for Enthroning Citizenship Perspectives in National Development and Modernization in Nigeria’s 21st Century by Adam Shaaba AHMED & C. C. OKAM

Perceptions On Social Implications of Kidnapping in Ekiti State, Nigeria by Grace Ayodele OJO

Raising Global Citizens Among Social Studies: Towards A New Pedagogy Vision by John Olusola AKANNI

Perceived Roles of Social Studies Students in Curbing Examination Malpractices in Selected Secondary Schools in Kwara State by Baba Kudu SABA, Abdullahi YUNUSA & Kennedy SHAIBU

Civic Education and Leadership Potentials of Senior Secondary School Students in Lagos State, Nigeria by Ronke Iyabo ADEDUNTAN, Ayotunde ADEBAYO & Funsho OLATUNDE

Class Size Influence On Upper Basic Students’ Achievement and Social Interaction in Social Studies, Ogbomoso, Oyo State, Nigeria by Lydia Oludoyin ADEGBOYEGA & Sunday Olukayode AJITONI

Nation Building, Restructuring and Social Studies in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects by Babayo Tahir INUWA & Lawal USMAN

Predictors of Career Aspirations Among Undergraduate Social Studies Students in South-West Nigeria by Ezekiel Olaposi OLASOJI & Modinat Idowu ARUNAH

Social Studies Classroom Instructions and Transmission of Citizenship Values: An Input for New Citizenship Education by Hilary Ejim EGAN & Veronica Nakanda EFFIOM

Political Interest as A Correlate of Students’ Achievement in and Attitude to Citizenship Education Concepts in Social Studies in Osun State, Nigeria by Olusegun Tundes EGBETOLA & Oluwaseun OYEWOLE

Entry and Exit Comparative Analysis of Students’ Attitude Towards Studying Early Childhood and Primary Education in Kwara State University, Malete by Kayode Ezecheal OBAFEMI; Rasheed Alaro Adewale HAMZAT & Yahaya OLAREWAJU

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