Category Archives: Sociology

Egbela Cult – Emergence and Decline

The Emergence and Decline of Egbela Cult in Edda Afikpo South Local Government Area     ABSTRACT This work focuses on the “Edda religious cult known as Egbela”. It complements previous works on the history of Edda and delves into the touchy area of the religious cult that hampered early Westernization of the area. In […]

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Family Planning Methods in Rural Nigeria

Family Planning Methods in Rural Nigeria: Case of Ogidiga Community in Ikwo East Development Center   ABSTRACT This research work is title “family planning method in Rural Nigeria. A study of ogidiga in ikwo Local Government Area”. Family planning is as important as the family institution it self, though many has adopted and learned the […]

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Hard Drug Use among University Undergraduates in Nigeria

Factor Influencing Hard Drug Use among University Undergraduates in Nigeria -A Study of Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study The use of drugs by young people around the world is a serious problem with the attendant consequences on their health and emotional well-being. In Nigeria the rate at which […]

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ECOWAS -Economic and Socio-Political Integration in Africa

ECOWAS -Economic and Socio-Political Integration in Africa CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study         The African continent has witnessed a lot of problems or set-backs in the areas of political, cultural, economic and social development. Africa’s growth and development in these aforementioned areas have become so retarded and bastardized, that Africa is today […]

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Tourism Development in Anambra – Challenges and Prospects

Tourism Development in Anambra – Challenges and Prospects INTRODUCTION          Anambra State tourism is mainly motivated by her rich cultural resources which could be packaged and “sold” to potential tourists. This statement is particularly relevant since it seems that the bulk of Nigeria’s customers would usually come from within and because domestic tourism has […]

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