International Journal of Development Strategies in Humanities, Management and Social Sciences: Volume 11, Number 1

Editorial Objectives

The International Journal of Development Strategies in Humanities, Management and Social Sciences (IJDSHMSS) publishes evidence based research findings that addressed specific by specific development issues in humanities, management and social sciences disciplines. Research methodologies are qualitative and quantitative.

Journal Articles

Value of Dirge in the Musical Culture of Communities: A Study of Arondizuogu

1Chikezie Okoronkwo, 2Esther Oladejo, 3Gibson Okorafor, & 4Okoronkwo Henry Chibuzor

1Department of Estate Management, Federal Polytechnic, Nekede Nigeria
2Department of Estate Management, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka Nigeria
3Department of Project Management, Federal University of Technology Owerri
4Department of Civil Engineering, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Nigeria

Influence of Records Management Practices on Administrative Effectiveness in Public Secondary Schools in Lagos State, Nigeria

1Babalola, Yemisi T., 2Akinwumi, Olajumoke O., & 3Alegbeleye, Gabriel O.

1,2&3Department of Information Resources Management, School of Management Science Babcock University, IlishanRemo, Ogun State, Nigeria

Impact of Non-Oil Foreign Trade on Economic Growth in Nigeria

1Esiaka, Jude Chuka, 2Uwaleke, Uche & 3Amana, S. A

1,2&3Department of Banking and Finance, Nasarawa State University, Keffi

Service Quality and Students' Satisfaction in B.Sc Marketing Degree Programmes of Selected Private Universities in South Western Nigeria

1Temitayo Olutobi Famutimi & 2Margret Nma Kabuoh

1&2Department of Business Administration and Marketing, School of Management Sciences, Babcock University, Ilishan –Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria

Value Creation and Profitability of Quick Service Restaurants in Lagos State, Nigeria

1Adeniranye, A. F., 2Asikhia, O. U., 3Magaji, N. & 4Fidelis, B. N.

Department of Business Administration and Marketing, School of Management Sciences, Babcock University, Ilishan –Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria

Reintegrating Rapid Appraisal Methodology in Social Science Research

1Kabir Bello & 2Ahmad Hassan Ahmad

1Department of Sociology, Bayero University Kano, P.M.B 3011, Kano State, Nigeria
2Department of Sociology, Federal University of Kashere, P.M.B 0182, Gombe State, Nigeria

E-Governance and Economic Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Case of Nigeria

1Nwoke, Hyacinth Ude, 2Ude, Kingsley David, 3Ugbor, Ugonma Joy Kalu, 4Igwe, Chukwuemeka Obasi & 5Ogu, Esomchi ChrisSantus

1,3,4&5Department of Political science, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
2Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria

Amnesty Programme and the Resurgence of Conflict in the Niger Delta: The Issues and Challenges

1John T. Kalama & 2Johnson Alalibo Sinikiem

1Department of Political Science Federal University Otuoke, Bayelsa State, Nigeria
2Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies University of Ibadan, Nigeria

Sociological and Philosophical Perspectives on the Ethics of Social Media: An African's Diary

1Joseph Oke Omoro, 2Afe Anthony Asekhauno, & 3Oyintonyo MichaelOlomu

1&3Department of Sociology and Anthropology Federal University, Otuoke, Nigeria
2Department of Philosophy, University of Benin, Nigeria

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