Nigerian Journal of Social Studies (NJSS)

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VOL. XXIII (1) APRIL, 2020

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Consolidation of Democracy in Nigeria: A Task Before Social Studies by Philip Onyekachukwu Egbule

Assessment of Social Studies Undergraduates’ Level of Patriotism: Implication for Sustainable Democracy in Nigeria by Idayat Nike Balogun & Jamiu AbdulQodir Mahmud

Electioneering In Nigeria: Citizens’ Knowledge of Responsibility and Engagement by Onigiobi, O., A.J. Obadiora & Oriowo, T. S.

Roles of Traditional Rulers in Conflict Resolution for Sustainable Democracy in Nigeria by Alliyu Ayodele Abdulsalam, Issa Nasiru Olokooba, Ifeoma P. Okafor & Adedoyin Christiana Adika

Building Institutions and Infrastructures for Sustainable Democracy in Nigeria by Bilqees Olayinka Abdu-raheem & Femi Adegboyega Bamgbade

Voting Apathy: Causes and Remedies from the Electorates’ Perspectives by Babatunde Adeniyi Adeyemi & Mujidat Olabisi Salawudeen

Social Studies as a Tool for Political Socialization in Consolidating Democracy in Nigeria by O. Favour Atubi & O. Peter Dania

Effectiveness of Civic Instructions: Key to Sustaining Democratic Structures in Nigeria by Ayotunde Adebayo, Funsho Olatunde & Ronke Adeduntan

Human Trafficking in Nigeria: Causes, Efforts by Nigeria Government and theWay Forward by Ismaila Mosimabale Ibrahim & Ivy Iyore Omoregbe

Political Education and Dividends of Democracy: Social Studies Teachers’ Perspectives by Sunday Obro & Emmanuel Nnamaka Nwalado

Contributions of Civic Education on Awareness of Democratic Values as Perceived by Secondary School Students in Sagbama Local Government Area, Bayelsa State, Nigeria by Modinat Idowu Arunah & Victory Collins Owede

Influence of Education on Political Attitude of Youths in Ondo State by M. B. Ajibefun, G.O. Adekanmbi, & G. N. Ojomo

Environmental Sustainability for National Development: Relevant Roles of Social Studies Educators by Olufunmilayo Iyunade & Afolabi Olubela

Promoting Sustainable Democratic Values in Nigeria Through Social Studies Education by P.I. Oganwu & H.E. Aina

Social Services for Sustainable Democracy in Nigeria by Oladimeji Samuel Fatoki & Samuel Oladimeji Ajisebutu

Assessment of the Mastery of RegisteredWords in Social Studies by Primary School Teachers and Pupils in Lagos State by A.S. Jimoh, Mary E. Adaje & Tajudeen O. Olukoya

Social Studies Education as A Panacea for Anti – Democratic Values in Nigeria by John Egharevba, S.A. Akintunde & R.A. Olatunji

Leadership and Substances of Democracy in Nigeria: Problems and Prospect by Deborah Adetoro Ogunjimi & Alicia Adenike Ogundeji

Impediments to Democracy in Nigeria and the way Forward by Akeem Tunde Adelekan & D.E. Ashibi

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