Vol 3 No 1 Jan, 2022 Journal of African Social Studies

Journal of African Social Studies (JASS)

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Vol 3 No 1 Jan, 2022

Cover Page

Preliminary Pages

Dilemma of Value Education in A Multicultural Society: The Nigerian Experience by Muraina Olugbenga OMIYEFA & Saheed Olagbenro SALAWU

Influence of Hawking On the Girl Child Education in Ilorin, Kwara State by Alliyu Ayodele ABDULSALAM & Issa Nasiru OLOKOOBA

Impacts of Civil Literacy, Civil Skills And Civic Engagement (3c) On Citizenship Education Among Upper Basic Students in Ilesa, Osun State, Nigeria by Adeyoola Eunice AKINWANDE & Olusegun Tunde EGBETOLA

Value Reorientation as Hallmark of Effective Citizenship Development: The Importance of Pedagogical Innovation in Teacher Education Socio-Civic Curriculum Implementation by Samuel Olayinka IDOWU

Repositioning The New Teacher of Social Studies as Perceived Teachers in Upper Basic Schools in Rivers State by Priscilia IBEKWE

Exploring Innovations for Social Studies Curriculum and Practice by Felicia Ngoundu GARBA & Godwin Aondoaver AKPEN

Assessment of Elements of Plagiarism Among Final Year NCE Social Studies Students as Impediments to Quality Research in FCE Pankshin in Plateau State by Chibuike Sidney EKE, Nanmwa Nansak LOHNAN & Kantiyok REUBEN

Parental Attitude Towards Sexuality Education in Schools: 21st Century Clarion Call to Social Studies Educators by Olawale Oyemade OYEKANMI & Bolanle Nofisat AKEUSOLA

Assessment of Awareness of Parents On the Rights and Protection of Pupils in Primary Schools in Ife Central Local Government, Osun State by Johnson Oludele OKEWOLE

Strategies for Climate Change Adaptation Among Crop Farmers in Ondo State, Nigeria by Samuel Olanrewaju OLADAPO & David Toyin ALADEJEBI

Analysis of The Impact of Armed Banditry On Nigeria’s Economic Growth and National Development: Counselling Implications by Babajide Olanipekun OLAOJO & Gideon Funmilade AWONIYI

Covid-19 And Emerging Curriculum Issues in Socio-Civic Education Towards Developing Effective Citizenship Education in Nigeria by Samuel Olayinka IDOWU

Emotional Intelligence and Critical Thinking Skills of Hearing-Impaired Students in A Nigeria Teacher Training Institute by Dorcas Sola DARAMOLA

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