International Journal of Advanced Research in Public Policy, Administration and Development Strategies: Volume 5, Number 1

Editorial Objectives

International Journal of Advanced Research in Public Policy, Administration and Development Strategies (IJARPPADS) is a peer- reviewed research-driven journal that provides intellectual platform for the dissemination of critical, empirical and regular papers in public administration, management and social sciences. From global to national levels, it publishes topical issues and commentaries on recent developments in public sector law, public sector policy development, comparative analysis, legal theories and emerging development strategies.

Journal Articles

Gender and Health Seeking Behaviour of Micro Scale Entrepreneurs in Obio-Akpor Communities

1Ebieteli, Inaingo Rekiyat, 2O. P. Abu & 3Ogunbanwo Babatunde Michael
1&2Department of Sociology, University of Port Harcourt
3Occupational Health and Safety, Centre for Occupational Health, Safety and Environment, University of Port Harcourt

Community Centre and the Elderly in Obio- Akpor Communities, Rivers State, Nigeria

Heoma Gladys Nsirim-Worlu
Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Port Harcourt

Radicalization Syndrome: Issues and Challenges of Decriminalization Victims of Vulnerabilities in Restorative Justice

1Daniel Leku Ishaya, 2Sarki Noma Yahaya Sabo & 3Abimiku John
1&2Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences
3Department of Public Administration, Faculty of Administration, Nasarawa State University, Keffi

Appraisal of Development Administration Strategies for Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security in Nigeria's Challenging Times

Dominic Shimawua
Department of Public Administration Veritas University, Abuja, Nigeria

Executive Compensation and Earnings Management of Listed Industrial Goods Firms in Nigeria

1Abdul K. I. Zubair & 2Bilkisu Abubakar
1&2Department of Business Management and Marketing Baze University Abuja-Nigeria

Effect of Flexible Work Arrangement and Career Development on Employee Performance: A Study of Selected Manufacturing Firms in Ogun State, Nigeria

1Magaji, N., 2Akpav, O., 3Ogundiwin, I. J., & 4Dogo, E. B.
1,2,3&4Department of Business Administration and Marketing, School of Management Sciences, Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria

Government Responses to Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in Nigeria: Gaps and Expectations

Cecy Edijala Balogun
Social Policy Department, Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER), Ibadan, Nigeria

Domesticating the Maputo Protocol: Violence and Women's Political Participation in Nigeria

Omosefe Oyekanmi
Research Fellow Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER)

Acceptability of Fufu Produced Using Residue from Maize, Millet and Sorghum: Strategy for Sustainable Food Security

1Okwulehie, F.C., 2Anyanwu H.O., 3Ukozor, A. U. C., 4Ukwujieagu, C. U. & 5Okafor, A. C.
1,2,3,4&5Department of Home Economics, Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, Owerri, Imo State. Nigeria.

An Assessment of the Socio-Political Implication of Globalization in Africa

1Ihute Nkemakolam Ulonna & 2Frank Amugo
1Department of History and International Diplomacy Rivers State University, Port Harcourt
2Department of History and International Diplomacy Rivers State University, Port Harcourt

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