iNTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH IN HUMANITIES, LEGAL STUDIES & INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Vol. 2, No.1 December, 2017 

Editorial Objectives

The International Journal of Scientific Research in Humanities, Legal Studies and International Relations (IJSRHLSIR) aims to promote Inter-disciplinary studies in Humanities, Legal Studies and International Relations. Contents include editorials, feature articles and book reviews. The Journal welcomes submissions in the areas of Legal Studies, International Relations, Political Economy, Humanities and Social Sciences. The Journal is published on Open Access basis.

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TITLE: The Arabic and French Languages: their Relevance to National Integration and Development in Nigeria
1Ibrahim Ishaku Kwaja, 2Suleiman Balluwa Gella & 3Aliyuda Andiki Salmana
1&2Department of French, College of Education, Hong
3Department of Languages and Communication, Federal Polytechnic, Mubi

 

TITLE: Rigid Heddle Loom Equipment: as Panacea for Cottage Industrial Development
1Margaret Ajiginni & 2Pamela Cyril Egware

1&2Department of Fine Arts and Design, Faculty of Humanities, University of Port Harcourt

 

TITLE: Reducing Recidivism in Africa and the South African Model: a Legal and Criminological Overview
Magaji Bello

Department of Public and Comparative Law, School of Law, Kampala International University, Uganda, East Africa

 

TITLE: Administrative Law and the Challenges of Good Governance in Nigeria under Democratic System of Government: the Exigency of Legal Reforms
Michael Takim Otu

Department of Private and Property Law, Faculty of Law, University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria

 

TITLE: Leadership, Governance and the Development Agenda: Old Wine in Old Wineskin
Frank N. Enor

Department of History & International Studies, University of Calabar-Nigeria

 

TITLE: Admissibility of Electronic and Computer Generated Evidence in Nigeria: Issues and Responses
Collins Obioma Chijioke

Faculty of Management, Kogi State University, Ayingba