2 edition of The humanities in contemporary Nigerian education found in the catalog.
The humanities in contemporary Nigerian education
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Joseph E. Nnadi.|
|Contributions||Nnadi, Joseph E.|
|LC Classifications||LA1631 .H86 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 208 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||90225301|
You know, I know, everybody in leadership knows that truth is not enoughto win in governance, particularly when you are destined to change theattitude, character and disposition of a legitimate C. Read more about this on Questia. Nigeria (nījĬr´ēə), officially Federal Republic of Nigeria, republic ( est. pop. ,,), , sq mi (, sq km), W borders on the Gulf of Guinea (an arm of the Atlantic Ocean) in the south, on Benin in the west, on Niger in the northwest and north, on Chad in the northeast, and on Cameroon in the east.
Folake Oritsegbubemi Onayemi (born October 4, ) is Professor of Classics and Head of the Department of Classics at the University of Ibadan in was the first woman to be awarded a PhD in Classics in Nigeria and the first black woman to be Professor of Classics in sub-Saharan is an expert on comparative Greco-Roman and Nigerian literature, cultures, and mythology. Ehiwario, M.O () "Music in Nigerian Festival" In Nigerian Musicology Journal Vol 1. No 1 A Journal of the Assocation of Nigerian Musicologists (ANM) Ideas and Challenges in Nigeria Education.
This book examines the contributions, both intentional and unintentional, of Nigerian Pentecostal churches and NGOs to development, studying their development practices broadly in relation to the intersecting spheres of politics, economics, health, education, human rights, and peacebuilding. In sub-Saharan Africa, Pentecostalism is fast becoming the dominant expression of Christianity, but. Yemi Ogunbiyi, a popular dramatist of Nigerian descent in his book Drama and Theatre in Nigeria: A Critical Source Book, offered a relevant definition on modern African drama. According to him, African drama is a product of man’s desire to establish a link between him and his presumed invisible being and please him through various forms of.
Douze études dexecution transcendante for pianoforte.
Alienation and the Soviet economy
In situ biodegradation treatment
National programme for improving mental health and well being
Dyslexia and the bilingual learner
outline of equipment useful for hydrologic studies
The financial guide to divorce
A Backpack of crafts
Journey to Morea
Textiles of north eastern India
Adesokan, Z.A. The Role of Music in Mass Mobilization in the Nigerian Society. Journal of. Nigerian Music Education, Published by Conference of Music Educators in Nigeria, c/o. Department of Performing Arts, University of Ilorin, Kwara State, (3), pp Adeola,T.A() ‘Contemporary Nigerian Popular Music: A Tool For National Cited by: 3.
The website includes selected Nigerian publications in wide variety of disciplines, links to Nigerian newspapers, and information on Nigerian universities. "The National Universities Commission is a parastatal of the Federal Ministry of Education charged with the responsibilities of orderly development of universities in Nigeria.".
The evolution of policy in education has been very important in determining the direction and the rate of its spread in Nigeria. As one moves from one area or era to another, weak policy or lack of.
In this short and powerful book, celebrated philosopher Martha Nussbaum makes a passionate case for the importance of the liberal arts at all levels of education. Historically, the humanities have. The study is concerned with preserving and transmitting indigenous culture: the traditional family, modes of social and economic organisation, religious life and moral education; the spread of western education from the nineteenth century; contemporary western cultural hegemony; indigenous and western cultural values; the spread of Arabic cultures, Islam and Islamic education in Nigeria; and.
Journal of Nnadiebube Research Institute (NRI) former Nnadiebube Academy of Philosophy, Social Sciences, Humanities and Educational Research (NAPSSHER), is a peer-reviewed open journal that publishes well researched scholarly articles on general Education and other related researches within the ambient of African Philosophy of Education.
A Philosophy for Nigerian Education: Proceedings of the Nigeria National Curriculum Conference September, Nigeria Educational Research Council Heinemann Educational Books, - Curriculum planning - pages. International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE) INSECURITY AND ISLAMIC FUNDAMENTALISM IN NIGERIA: A Nation at Brink with Boko Haram GilbertPh.D.
Federal University Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Sociology, P.M.B.Ebonyi State, Nigeria. [email protected] Twitter memes are seen as subaltern tactics for participating in public discourses. In this essay, intermediality refers to how contemporary and digital media borrow and reinterpret contents as a common wheel of culture and, sometimes, remediation.
It is in this light that the author will engage the memes tweeted by Nigerian Twitter users. Olu, Obafemi, in his book, Contemporary Nigerian Theatre; Cultural Heritage and social Vision () maintains that “The issue of ideological departures between the old generation and the younger generation of dramatists have continued to generate debate” (Obafemi,12) He.
Journal of Arts and Humanities (Print) ISSN Journal of Arts and Humanities (Online) ISSN: [Journal of Arts and Humanities previously published by MIR Center for Socio-Economic Research, MD, USA.
From February this journal is published by the LAR Center Press, OR, USA]. Nigerian Education had been considered all too often as a comparatively recent phenomenon, but this book points out from the start that ‘Education is as old as Man himself in Africa’ and that both Islam and Christianity were comparative newcomers in the field.
Nature, Environment, and Activism in Nigerian Literature is a critical study of environmental writing, covering a range of genres and generations of writers in Nigeria. With a sustained concentration on the Nigerian experience in postcolonial ecocriticism, the book pays attention to textual strategies as well as distinctive historicity at the heart of the ecological force in contemporary.
Humanities Today The Encyclopedia Britannica () defines the humanities as "Branches of knowledge that investigate human beings, their culture, and their self-expression." (Humanities).Those branches of knowledge include philosophy, literature, languages, the arts, religion and history.
The humanities examine the human condition by studying the elements of culture that. OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 30 cm: Contents: The World Bank Federal Universities Adjustment Loan Project and its implications for Nigerian university library system / Ahmed A Balarabe (10 p.).An assessment of the alternative and complementary sources of funding universities in Nigeria / Umar T Muhammed (6 p.).
This paper discussed definition of Nigerian education, concept and definitions of vocational and technical education. It highlights the contemporary issues in the vocational and technical education.
The paper gives the reforms of vocational and technical education to make education. Vocational Education It has been said that vocational education and job training is the missing link in Nigeria’s development plan. Certainly in rural areas facilities and motivation are sparse, for what is there afterwards but a life in fields for most.
Those who drift to cities are fortunate enough to find work at all. Contemporary Issues In Education Research – Second Quarter Volume 2, Number 2 33 New Directions In The Nigerian Educational System Duro Ajeyalemi, University of Lagos, Akoka-Yaba, Nigeria Ayodele.
Ogunleye, University of Lagos, Akoka-Yaba, Nigeria ABSTRACT In recent times, the Nigerian educational system has witnessed some drastic. The contemporary Nigerian, child, youth or adult is inundated by foreign values emanating from foreign cultures, ideologies and philosophies.
As a consequence of this, the rich traditional African values which are products of African thought and culture are gradually evaporating, thereby leaving the contemporary Nigerian without any. Contemporary Writing Style.
While time period is a factor, the style of writing also denotes its place in the contemporary literature category. Typically, this style of writing feels more real by. The Journal Of Nigerian Inquiry In The Humanities (Niith) seeks to; A.
Provide a standard journal for publications in the Humanities; B. Publish research findings on current topical issues that are of interest to both public and private sectors locally and internationally C.
Create a forum for cross-ferlisation of ideas in the Arts, Education, the Social Sciences, Law, Management and other.Contemporary Nigerian literature derives from a multi-ethnic, multi-lingual environment. Owing to its use of the English language, a large part of Nigerian written literature is in dialogue with the whole body of other literatures worldwide.For education is supposed to transform a society from pre-literate to contemporary nationhood, however, the sort with the National Seminar on Nigerian Education in coined out a new system of education, which brought aptitude and interest.
The book keeping, typing, agric-science, mental work, technical drawing, wood work and auto.