Current Issue - Journal of African Social Studies (JASS)

Journal of African Social Studies (JASS)

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Current Issue - Vol 2 No 2 June, 2021

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Perception of Ekiti State Residents on Security Challenges in Nigeria by Bilqees Olayinka Abdu-Raheem & Raphael Abiodun Folorunso

The Place of Character Education in Nigerian Junior Secondary School Social Studies Pedagogy: Issues of Concern by Adetoun Gladys Emiola

Curbing The Menace of Rape Through Upper Basic Social Studies Curriculum in Nigeria by Mercy Falade & Gbolahan Oreoluwa Ishola

Assessment of Value Education on Social Studies Students’ Knowledge of Electoral Misconduct in Election Rigging in Higher Institutions in Ogun State, Nigeria by Amos Adekunle Adediran & Isaac Sobola

Civic Education and Wealth Generation: The Point of Convergence by Ronke Iyabo Adeduntan & Funsho Olatunde

Exploring E-learning Resources for Instructional Delivery in Social Studies by Olubusola Olabisi Renne

Emerging Trends and Approaches to Social Studies Instruction in a Contemporary World Racheal by Oke Misan-Ruppee

Social Studies as a Tool for Attainment of True Federalism In Nigeria by Stephen Dakup Daboer, Nnenna Tor Iorapuu & Patience Udechukwu

Emerging Trends in Socio-Civic Studies Assessment Pattern for Effective Citizenship Development by Samuel Olayinka Idowu

Influence of Social Media on Senior Secondary School Students’ Achievement in Civic Education in Jos South, Plateau State by Justina Patrick & Ruth J. Umaru

Role of ICT as an Educational Aid in the Teaching and Learning of Social Studies in Nigeria: A Historical Survey (1925-2020) by Peter U. Iwunna, Joel. O. Alison, Daniel Orifamah, Felicia N. Opara & Patrick N. Ujah

New Directions for Assessment and Evaluation in Social Studies: A Case of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Use in Social Studies in Public Secondary Schools in Jos North, Plateau State by Salome Sunday Farmson.

Integration of Story-telling Technique in Social Studies Curriculum for Effective Teaching and Learning among Pupils of Primary Schools in Ogun State by Adebola Y. Adebajo

Multiple Perspectives and Learning Outcomes in Multi-Cultural Education among Junior Secondary School Students in Ogun State by Zabur Olayiwola Soluade, Taofeek Taiyeola Otubanjo & Latifat Apeke Saka

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