3 edition of Salient issues in Nigerian history, culture and socio-political development found in the catalog.
Salient issues in Nigerian history, culture and socio-political development
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Ngozi Ojiakor.|
|LC Classifications||DT515.22 .S33 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 300 p. :|
|Number of Pages||300|
|LC Control Number||2009351890|
Issues of Religion, Politics And Socio-Economic Violence In Nigeria: A Catholic Response Introduction: The Principal of Immaculate Conception College (ICC) Rev. Fr. . erected a global system of unequal capitalist development being promoted by Europe. 3. Impact of neo-colonialism (globalization) in Nigeria The period of active colonialism having achieved its subjective aim gradually led to the stage of neo-colonialism in the socio-political and economic history of Nigeria.
Postcolonialism and Socio-political Development in Africa: Learning Through the Literary Eyes of Ngugi Wa Thiong’O Adam, Ezinwanyi E. Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo, Nigeria This study presents the fact that the relationship between the white colonialists and the black indigenous population. Political culture has been studied most intensively in the context of established Western classic study of political culture is The Civic Culture () by American political scientists Gabriel Almond and Sydney on surveys conducted in the United States, Britain, West Germany, Italy, and Mexico, this landmark investigation sought to identify the political culture.
Chapter Education in Nigerian Languages: Sociolinguistic Issues and Constraints - 5. Adejubee and Akinola, B. Chapter Household Poverty and Access to Education in Nigeria - T.A. Ekundayo Chapter Socio-Political Vicissitudes and Bureaucratic Constraints on Educational Policy Formulation and Implementation in Nigeria - F 2. The Evolution of Socio-Political Organisation in Nigeria As Professor J.A. Atanda () submitted, no one can say exactly how and when socio-political organizations began in Nigeria. According to him the family was the primary unit of socio-political organization. He traced the genesis of politicalFile Size: 54KB.
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Issues on Nigerian Peoples and Culture is the title of this book and also one of the general benchmark course requirements of the NUC for undergraduate studies in Nigeria. And in a attempt to design a modern cultural policy, the Nigerian government through the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture, described culture as the totality of the way of life evolved by a people in their attempt to meet the challenges of living in their environment, which gives order and meaning to their social, political.
Annotation The present book is a social and cultural study of a mid-sized Nigerian city. The author strives to indicate the structure of the everyday, in a community where hustle and insecurity hasten a world only occasionally recognizable to its founding fathers.
Culture exerts pressure on us subject to the limit imposed by inheritance and socio-political conditions. The elements that are found in culture determine our personalities and levels of our political interest.
It is interesting to note here that every individual is expected to conform to the provisions of his/her : Barr Okeke Vos, Ugwu Chukwuka. evaluate the performance of the Nigerian Government in these key areas and offer recommendations to address these problems.
Historical Overview Nigeria’s history is replete with short-lived governments, dysfunctional institutions and poor leadership. This Salient issues in Nigerian history shaped how Nigerians perceive issues of politics and nation building.
Development aid to Nigeria has been low compared to other African countries and has reduced considerably since its peak in Net overseas development aid was roughly USD 11 billion in2 billion in and less than 1 billion in the number of casualties and as a threat to the sustainability of socio-political and economic development.
To understand the complexity of the proliferation of SALW in Nigeria, it is necessary to quickly examine the socio-political and economic conditions that have shaped the nation over the years.
Nigeria is relatively large. trivialization and stereotyping of women are glaring aspects of Nigerian life (Okunna, ). The different prominent factors – culture, religious, economic, education, judicial, language all declare the inferiority of females to male. Ngwakwe () explained that Nigeria women are discriminated against inFile Size: KB.
The Nigerian approach to Pan-Africanism 63 Nigeria and the United Nations 65 Pro-western non-alignment 65 Post-war perspectives 66 The Nigerian Economy and the Natural Resources 69 GENERAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY 69 DEVELOPMENT PLANS 76 AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERlES 78 MINING, FUEL AND POWER 82 INDUSTRY 87 File Size: 9MB.
Nigerian Political System: An Analysis Grace Malachi Brown, PhD It presupposes the existence of differences in history, level of economic development, culture, language and socio-political institution (Mangvwat, ).
While these could also explain why federating units defy the frontier of their parochial allegiance and join others at. Pentecostal Socio-Political and Economic Engagement Selected Nigerian Pentecostal Churches’ reasons for engaging with society 99 Socio-political and economic engagement of selected case study churches Critical outlook of Pentecostal activities in the society A detailed List Of Social Problems in Nigeria, Causes and Solutions.
Nigeria is one of the most popular countries in Africa. She is indeed a beauty, endowed with natural and mineral resources, different culture and tribes, different religion.
Despite the existing differences, this country still stands united as one country. However, there are social problems [ ]. The general objective of the paper therefore is to examine the relationships among political culture, democracy and development in (contemporary) Nigeria.
The methodology of the study is logical. Nigerian economy. The country is the largest oil-producing country in Africa, and in the ﬁ rst digit in the world (World Bank, ). This sector, being the nerve centre of the economy, has witnessed many challenges that precipitated a series of re-forms – mainly regulatory.
As a result, the govern-File Size: KB. The book Perspectives on Nigerian Peoples and Cultures is a compendium that ex-rays the Nigerian state. It has captured basic topical issues about the Nigerian peoples and culture.
The book has examined the evolution of the Nigerian state and discussed the notable ethnic groups in Northern and Southern Size: 3MB. ND SOCIO-POLITICAL ECONOMY IN NIGERIA Dr. Adeoye Afolabi Department of Economic and Management Studies, College of Social and Management Sciences, Afe Babalola University, PMB Ado-Ekiti Nigeria.
ABSTRACT: This paper examines the issue of Boko Haram insurgence and its implications on socio-political economic in Size: KB. The 2nd President of Nigeria's Fourth Republic. He served as governor of Katsina State in northern Nigeria between and He was declared the winner of the controversial Nigerian general election ofheld on Ap and was sworn in on Political Leadership and Corruption in Nigeria Since A Socio-economic Analysis By Michael M.
Ogbeidi Associate Professor Department of History and Strategic Studies, University of Lagos, Nigeria [email protected] + BRIEF CV OF THE AUTHOR. This is a site dedicated to the intelligent discussion of pressing issues mostly affecting Nigeria, but from time to time we may discuss events in other countries, perhaps in relation to Nigeria.
Naturally, these discussions will be political, historical, and/or economic in nature. We know that political issues/discussions tend to be heated, especially among Nigerians, but. The Nigerian economy is dominated by crude oil, which accounts for about 10% of the country's GDP, 70% of government revenue and more than 83% of the country's total export earnings, according to OPEC.
Nigeria is the world’s 8th oil exporter, and its oil reserves are estimated at about 35 billion barrels. x Politics, Culture and Development in Nigeria: A Festschrift for Gabriel Olatunde Babawale Ventriloquism or the Dilemma of a Culture Translator: Re-Translating Mestre Didi's Nag6-Afro-Brazilian Tales into Yoruba FelixAyoh' Omidire Theorizing Al-Fasad: Poetics of Corruption in Islamic Hermeneutics - Afis Ayinde Oladosu Arab Enslavement of Africans: An Islamic ViewpointFile Size: 1MB.
Acknowledgements. Nigerian Peoples and Culture is in eight units and was produced by a team of Nigerian National Trainers, who were trained and supported by experts in blended learning pedagogy from ODL, NUC and the Open University, UK.
This e-module was developed by the Centre for Distance Learning, University of Maiduguri with contribution from other Nigerian academics.Ode John has done a study which presented the argument on how ethno-religious conflict affects the Igbo man in the Nigerian nation.
In his book C.A.N. My Foot: The Reckless Utterance of a Wilful President, he described the sorry plight of the Igbo people in Nigeria; each time ethnicity,Cited by: 1.