Vol 4 No 2 Jun, 2023 Journal of African Social Studies

Journal of African Social Studies (JASS)

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Current Issue - Vol 4 No 2 Jun, 2023

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Preliminary Pages

Bullying and Its Effects On Emotions and Academic Performance of Junior Secondary Schools Students in Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State by Yinka O. ADEDIRAN & Shamshudeen A. OGUNLEYE

Teachers’ Awareness and Consideration of Gardener’s Multiple Intelligence in Instructional Planning Among Private Primary Schools in Asaba, Delta State by Adewunmi F. AYO-VAUGHAN & Florence B. IGWENWANNE

Influence of Social Skills On Undergraduate Teacher Trainees’ Attitude Towards Social Responsibilities by Issa Nasiru OLOKOOBA, Adedayo Bensen AROMOLARAN & Eniola Abioye ADEYEMO

Covid-19 Pandemic and Its Implications Among Pre-Service Teachers in Ogun State, Nigeria by Oluwaseun OYEWOLE & Olusoga Rasheed OTELAJA

Entrepreneurship Education: A Tool for Reducing Unemployment and Terrorism Among Youths in Nigeria by Oluwatoyin Olusegun OLOWO

Teachers’ Qualifications and Awareness of Teaching Methods as Predictors of Success in Teaching Social Studies in Junior Secondary Schools in Osun State by Mujidat Olabisi SALAWUDEEN

Application of Modern Technology for Instruction Delivery in Social Studies in A Global World by Amos Adebayo ONIPEDE & Moruf Olugbenga ADEY

Unity in Diversity: Implementation of Secondary School Social Studies Curriculum for The Attainment of Nigerian Unity for Global Sustainable Development in The 21st Century by Dorcas Olayemi ADEGBITE

Exploring The Roles of Instructional Media in The 21st Century Social Studies Teaching Learning Activities in Nigerian Schools by Rachael Oke MISAN-RUPPEE

Sensibility and Implications of Academic Freedom Against Offensive Religious Oppositions: The Opinions of Academics and Students in Selected North-Central Universities by Samuel Agbonna AYORINDE & Charles Chibuzor NNAJIETO

Perceived Influence of Guidance and Counselling Services On Academic Achievement of Civic Education Students in Secondary Schools in Western Zone of Nasarawa State, Nigeria by Ladi Christiana ABESHI & Dogo BIT

Challenges of Integrating and Implementation of Mobile Learning for Sustainable Economic Development in Nigeria by Kehinde Omolara EDEWOR

Social Studies Pre-Service Teachers’ Knowledge and Attitude Towards Waste Management in Oyo State by John Adelani FAYEMI & Wasiu Adewale ADELEKE

Educational Theories for A New World: Implications for Social Studies by Priscilia IBEKWE

Social Studies: A Panacea in Managing the Menace of Rape Among the School Children Amidst Covid-19 Era and Beyond in Nigeria by Adamu MUMINI, Dauda Adeyemo ARIYA & Bala Nana MOHAMMED

Discovering Instructional Strategy and Students’ Attitude Towards Social Studies Teaching in Ogun State, Nigeria by Taofeek T. OTUBANJO & Oladokun A. OGUNFOWOKAN

Social Studies as A Veritable Tool for Maintaining Democratic Stability in Nigeria by AbdulKareem Isa OGIRIMA & Timothy Opeyemi YAYI

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