Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs

Description

The Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs serve as a forum for social scientists, especially those who share common interests in the understanding of various problems related to contemporary society to publish issues across disciplinary boundaries and exchange of views

  

Publications

  • S. C. Nwinya. "The Place of Africa in Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations’: A Philosophical Probe", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 5, December, 2015, pp. 24-35. [More] 
  • D. E. Odiji Okpanachi. "Organisational Management and Election-Induced Violence in Nigeria", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 5, December, 2015, pp. 17-23. [More] 
  • A. S. Aliyu. "Fuel Scarcity, Corruption, and Sustainable Development in Nigeria: A Review", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 5, December, 2015, pp. 1-16. [More] 
  • G. –. Agashi. "Globalization: Impact And Analysis Of Cultural Homogenization", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 4, December, 2014, pp. 135 - 150. [More] 
  • S. S. and Egbelade O. Mathew. "Assessment of Public Opinion on the Role of Law Regulatory Bodies in Curbing Corruption", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 4, December, 2014, pp. 119-134. [More] 
  • S. A. Adedire. "Corruption and the Challenges of Sustainable Transformation in Nigeria (1999 to 2014)", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 4, December, 2014, pp. 88-118. [More] 
  • A. A. Nwachukwu J. Obiakor. "‘Two of A Kind’, A Comparative Historical Appraisal of Nigeria’s Political Leadership Class in the Second Republic and since 1999", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 4, December, 2014, pp. 57 - 87. [More] 
  • S. C. Nwinya. "Conflicts in Africa: The Globalization Connection", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 4, December, 2014, pp. 34 - 56. [More] 
  • A. S. Kwakipi. "Value Added Tax Allocations to Local Governments in Nasarawa State", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 4, December, 2014, pp. 20 - 33. [More] 
  • S. E. Tpl Emankhu. "Analysis of Informal Sector in Nigeria: Implications for Development", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 4, December, 2014, pp. 1 - 19. [More] 
  • A. John. "Sustainable Development as a New World Order in Development Administration", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 4, June, 2014, pp. 114-138. [More] 
  • A. M. and Mustapha Hashim Kurfi. "An Examination of Leader-Follower Ethics in Nigeria", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 4, June, 2014, pp. 105-113. [More] 
  • D. E. Ogoma. "Reflection on an African Traditional Marriage System", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 4, June, 2014, pp. 94-104. [More] 
  • A. M. and Ndako Yahaya. "Education-Economic-National Development Nexus in Nigeria: Challenges and Way Forward", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 4, June, 2014, pp. 79-93. [More] 
  • D. L. and Oliver Zhebu Musa. "The Health Care System for Sustainable National Development in Nigeria Society", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 4, June, 2014, pp. 70-78. [More] 
  • J. A. Osaigbovo. "Food Security and Nigeria’s Economic Diplomacy", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 4, June, 2014, pp. 54-69. [More] 
  • J. A. Odugbesan. "Urbanization and Sustainability in Lagos, Nigeria: The Need for an Effective Approach to Sustainable Urbanization", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 4, June, 2014, pp. 42-53. [More] 
  • O. C. Okonkwo Ejike A. "Perceived Equity and Organizational Climate as Predictors of Organizational Commitment", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 4, June, 2014, pp. 31-41. [More] 
  • O. A. and Umoh C. Nanji. "National Gender Policy and Sex-Based Violence against Women in Nigeria", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 4, June, 2014, pp. 11-30. [More] 
  • M. A. Kwara. "Global Financial Crises And The Nigerian Capital Market Murtala Abdullahi Kwara", Journal of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Vol. 4, June, 2014, pp. 1-10. [More]