International Journal of Advanced Research in Social Sciences, Environmental Studies and Technology: Volume 3, Number 1

Editorial Objectives

The International Journal of Advanced Research in Social Sciences, Environmental Studies & Technology (IJARSSEST), examines research articles in Social sciences, Environmental Studies and Technology. Articles examine contemporary issues that strengthen the framework for sustainable development. Papers are reviewed through a double-blind peer review process to ensure originality, relevance and quality.

Journal Articles

Energy Demand and Supply: Implications for Sustainable Development in Nigeria

1Jooji, Innocent Tyomlia, 2Oguchi, Chinweuba Benjamin & 3Okwara, Emmanuel Chukwuma
1Department of Political Science and Diplomacy, Veritas University, Abuja
2Department of Economics, Veritas University, Abuja
3Department of Political Science and Diplomacy, Veritas University, Abuja

Trend of Rainfall and Implications for Agricultural Production: Effects of Climate Change in Afikpo North Local Government Area of Ebonyi State, Nigeria

1Oga, I. O. & 2Oga, M. O.
1Department of Agricultural Technology, Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic Unwana, Ebonyi State
2Department of Home Economics/Hotel Management and Tourism Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike, Abia State

The Quantity Surveying Profession in Identity Crises and National Development

1Samuel, I. J. Onwusonye & 2Ogochukwu Amuda
1&2Department of Quantity Surveying, Imo State University, Owerri - Nigeria

Identifying Efficient Electronic Asset Tracking System Using GPS and GSM/GPRS

1Amanze Bethran C., 2Chilaka Udochukwu L. & 3Ariahu Chinwe H.
1&2Department of Computer Science, Imo State University, Owerri Nigeria
3Department of Computer Science, Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic Unwana Afikpo

Electricity Supply and Performance of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Sierra Leone

Kamara, Abdulsalam
Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation University of Ibadan

Techno-Entrepreneurship for Business Development and Technology Incubation in Nigeria

Abdulmalik Ndagi
Department of Business Administration Faculty of Management and Social Sciences, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University, Lapai

Application of Geographic Information System (GIS) in Monitoring Gully Erosion in Gombe Metropolis, Gombe State, Nigeria

1Yila C. Makadi, 2Didams Gideon & 3Lazarus A. Mbaya
1,2&3Department of Geography, Faculty of Sciences, Gombe State University, P.M.B. 127, Gombe, Gombe State, Nigeria

Application of Artificial Neural Network for Power System Frequency Prediction in FNET

1Musa Mohammed, 2Muhammed Najib Umar & 3Musa Abdullahi
Department of Electrical Engineering Technology Federal Polytechnic, Kaura-Namoda

Urbanization and Crime in Nigeria: Addressing Key Challenges of Development Administration

1Joseph K. Ukwayi , 2Felix Eja Ojong & 3Bassey E. Anam
1&2Department of Sociology, University of Calabar
3Institute of Public Policy & Administration, University of Calabar

Contribution of Urban Agriculture to Household Income and Poverty Alleviation in South West Nigeria: a Multidimensional Approach

Fawehinmi O. A.
Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, Bowen University, Iwo, Nigeria, P.O.Box 20533, U.I Post Office Ibadan, Oyo State

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