Vol 1 No 1 January, 2020 | Journal of African Social Studies

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Vol 1 No 1 January, 2020

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IMPERATIVENESS OF TEACHING SOCIAL STUDIES FOR NATIONAL CONSCIOUSNESS AND PATRIOTISM: A REAR-VIEW APPROACH by Abiodun A. OLADITI & Josiah O. AJIBOYE

STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF ELECTORAL ISSUES IN NIGERIA by Latifat Apeke SAKA

NEW STRATEGIES AND METHOD FOR TEACHING THE CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL STUDIES AND CIVICS IN JOS NORTH COMMUNITY by Salome Sunday FARMSON

AGENDA FOR A NEW EDUCATIONAL GOVERNANCE IN OYO STATE, NIGERIA: AN EMPIRICAL LENS by Olalekan Elijah OJEDOKUN & Johnson Tunde AJIBOYE

PUPILS’ PERCEPTIONS OF MOTHER TONGUE AS A MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF SOCIAL STUDIES IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN ABEOKUTA METROPOLIS, OGUN STATE by Amos A. ADEDIRAN, John O. ATANDA & Isaac SOBOLA

SOCIAL STUDIES AND NATION BUILDING IN NIGERIA: CHALLENGES AND PROSPECT by Fehintola Christiana OLUSANYA

SOCIAL STUDIES AS A VERITABLE TOOL FOR NATION-BUILDING IN NIGERIA: THE STUDY OF EMERGING ISSUES AS THE WAY OUT by Rasheed Adenrele ADETORO

STRENGTHENING SOCIAL STUDIES TO ACHIEVE ITS OBJECTIVES OF PROBLEM-SOLVING IN NIGERIA by Hasiya Musa ABDULLAHI

ADOPTING HOWARD GARDNER’S MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE THEORY (MIT) INTO THE 21ST CENTURY SOCIAL STUDIES CLASSROOM by Timilehin Olayinka OMONIYI & Victor Olukayode OMOYAJOWO

ADVOCATING THE INCLUSION OF GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION IN EDUCATIONAL POLICY AND CURRICULUM DESIGN IN NIGERIA by K.O. OJOKHETA & U.S. OMOKHABI

USE OF CIVIC IDEALS AND PRACTICES IN BUILDING THE FUTURE OF SOCIAL STUDIES by Sylvester Ade BAALE

GAINS OF EDUCATION IN A FEDERAL SYSTEM OF GOVERNANCE: A STUDY OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA by Ibrahim Akanbi BOLAJI, David Bamidele ODERINDE & Abdulkareem AMUDA-KANNIKE

SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM FOR THE FUTURE: TEACHERS’PERCEPTIONS AND IMPLICATIONS by Michael Olayinka OYETUNDE

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TEACHERS’ AND STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF TEACHERS’ COMPETENCE AT THE POST-BASIC LEVEL OF EDUCATION IN ASABA METROPOLIS, DELTA STATE by A.F. AYO-VAUGHAN & P.A. AMOSUN

PERCEIVED ROLES AND CHALLENGES OF THE STATE’S ANTI CORRUPTION COMMISSION IN FIGHTING CORRUPTION IN ZAMFARA STATE, NIGERIA by Lawal Musa KAGARA, Bawa D. Muhammad ANKA, Mubashiru LAWAL & Aminu HALIDU

TEACHERS’ PERCEPTION OF CIVIC EDUCATION AS A MEASURE FOR CURBING CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA by A. YUSUF; A. AYUB & A. O. ODUTAYO

INFLUENCE OF TIMAP LANGUAGE ON ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN AMO LAND, PLATEAU STATE by Udah Jonah MAISAMARI & Abidemi Oyinade AKINSOLA

ACHIEVING NATIONAL GOALS THROUGH SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION IN NIGERIA by Kennedy SHUAIBU & Gabriel Ocholi SHAIBU

TRIBUTES TO MOBOLAJI BASHIR OGUNSANYA

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