Nigerian Journal of Social Studies (NJSS)

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VOL. 26 (1) APRIL, 2023

Cover Page

Preliminary Pages

Parental Absence and Child’s Emotional Development in Ogun State, Nigeria by Dorcas Oluwakemi JIMOH

Political Manipulation as A Determinant of Voters’ Apathy Among the Electorates in Abeokuta Metropolis, Ogun State by A. Oladimeji SOTOYINBO

Improving Social Studies’ Classroom Management Towards Achieving a New World in Secondary Schools in Ondo State by Femi Adegboyega BAMGBADE & Bilqees Olayinka ABDU-RAHEEM

Embedding Information and Communication Technology for Social Studies in A New World: Benefits, Implication and Prospects by Olubusola Olabisi RENNER

Resources for Teaching Social Studies in The New World by Mumini Bamidele TIAMIYU & Abiodun Ismael BADMUS

Repositioning Social Studies for The Challenges of Post Covid-19 Nigeria by Mujidat Olabisi SALAWUDEEN

Area of Specialization and Experience as Predictors of Teachers’ Attitude Towards Covid-19 Preventive Measures in Secondary Schools in South-South, Nigeria by Daniel Lucky AYAKEME, Oju Christiana NKOMADU & Victory Collins OWEDE

Social Studies in Nigeria and Employability in A New World by Augusta Okanma IWELU& Esther Uche OBIAJULU-ANYIA

Improving Social Studies Teaching Through Students’ Learning Strategies: A Pathway to Nation Building by Margaret Olanireti AYODELE

In-Service Teachers’ Views On the Re-Integration of Social Studies into Senior Secondary School Curriculum in Nigeria by Olujide Adeyemi OLAYIWOLA, Taofik Olalekan YUSUF & Olusegun Matthew ADEBISI

Social Studies Education in A New World: Beyond “Problem-Solving” (Being a Lead Paper at the 2022 SOSAN National Conference) by Ayodeji P. IFEGBESAN

The Human World: The Past, The Present and The Future (Being a Keynote Paper at the 2022 SOSAN National Conference) by Kayode ALAO

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