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The purpose of this journal is to disseminate knowledge and to promote intellectual discussions, research analyses, and pragmatic studies including critiques on topics relevant to wider area of social sciences and development strategies. International Journal of Advanced Research in Social Engineering and Development Strategies (IJARSEDS) is a multidisciplinary journal covering subjects such as politics, economics, media, information technology, geography, governance, law, foreign trade, corporate social responsibility, business administration, banking/finance, and many others, scholars and professionals are invited to contribute their knowledge and experience.

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TITLE: Factors that Hinder Effective Domestic Energy Management Practices within Households of Urban and Rural Areas of Abia State
Umeh –Idika, A. S.

Home Economics/HMT Department Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike


TITLE: Human Resources Motivation in the National Electric Power Authority (NEPA) of Nigeria: a Study of PortHarcourt Zone
Anele, Clement A.

Department of Business Administration, Niger Delta University, Bayelsa State


TITLE: Information and Communication Technology Skills Needed by Business Studies Teachers in Junior Secondary School in Bayelsa State
Igbongidi, Binaebi Paul

Department of Vocational and Technology Education Niger Delta University Wilberforce Island Bayelsa State


TITLE: Construction Industry and its Constraints in Nigeria
C. C. Iheme & 2C. F. Chiagorom

1&2Department of Estate Management, Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Owerri, Imo State


TITLE: Business Educators and Students Perception of Funding Impact on Quality Assurance in the Business Education Programme in Niger Delta University, Bayelsa State
1Festus C. Akpotohwo & 2Cletus Ogeibiri

1&2Department of Vocational and Technology Education Niger Delta University, Bayelsa State


TITLE: Awareness of the Effects of Telecommunication Mast on Study Habits among Niger Delta University Students, Amassoma
1Nateinyin Joyakporehwe & 2Tonbra Kendrick Nathan

1&2Department of Science Education, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State