International Journal of Development Strategies in Humanities, Management and Social Sciences: Volume 7, Number 3

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 uantitative.

Journal Articles

Interrogating Tamil Kolam and Igbo Uli within a Postmodern Context

1Okoronkwo Ikechukwu Francis & 2Sukanthy Visagapperumal Egharevba

1Fine Arts and Design Department, University of Port Harcourt
2Cross River University of Technology , Calabar, Cross- Rivers State, Nigeria

African Textiles as Inspiration to Other Art Forms for National Development

1Pamela. I. Cyril-Egware & 2Margaret Ajiginni

1&2Department of Fine Arts & Design, University of Port Harcourt, Choba, Nigeria

Sustaining the Non Renewable Energy: a Strategy for Inter-Generational Equity

1Abodunde Omotayo Jacob & 2Bashir Kabir Mohammed

1&2Department of Political Science University of Abuja, Abuja

Bank Credits and its Impact on Nigerian Economy Growth

Benson Mayowa Odufuye

Department of Banking and Finance, Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu, Lagos

Compensation Strategy: a Tool for Higher Performance in Nigerian Business Organisations

1Itoya Joy & 2Nwabuzo Ephraim

1Department of Business Administration, Ambrose Alli University . Ekpoma, Edo State
2Department of Marketing, Delta State University , Asaba Campus

Impact of Social Entrepreneurship on Poverty Reduction in Nigeria: a Study of Wecyclers Social Entrepreneurship Ltd

1U. D . Mohammed & Ndulue, 2Ifeyinwa Theresa

1&2Department of Business Administration University of Abuja

Low Webometric Ranking of African Universities: Causes, Consequences and Cure

Ojonigu Friday Ati

School of Postgraduate Studies Federal University Dutsin-Ma, Katsina State, Nigeria

Impact Assessment of Government Empowerment Programmes on Youths Participation in Entrepreneurial Activities in Adamawa State-Nigeria: 2000-2015

Ronald Kadala Ndamu

Department of Cooperative Economics and Management Federal Polytechnic, Mubi, Adamawa State-Nigeria

An Assessment of Commercial Policies and Economic Development in Nigeria

1Jooji Innocent Tyomlia & Oguchi, 2Chinweuba Benjamin

1Department of Political Science & Diplomacy, Veritas University, Abuja
2Department of Economics, Veritas University, Abuja

Corruption and Infrastructure in Africa: Challenges for Integrated Sustainable Development

1Felix Ojong & Bessong, 2Fidelis Ejar

1Department of Sociology, University of Calabar
2Department of Mathematics, Cross River State College of Education-Akamkpa

Gender Perspective of Youth Engagement in Aquaculture in Delta State, Nigeria

1Gbigbi, T . M., 2Taru, V . B . & 3Obetta, A. E.

1Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, Delta State University Asaba Campus, Asaba
2Department of Agricultural Technology, Federal Polytechnic Mubi, Adamawa State, Nigeria
3Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Nigeria Nsukka, Enugu State

English Language: an Imperative Vehicle for Driving Sustainable Development Goals in the Nigerian Polytechnics

1Alexander A. Onwumere & 2Kelvin O . Ugorji

1&2School of General Studies, Imo State Polytechnic Umuagwo, Imo State

Effects of Intra-F amily Relationship on Post – Succession Performance ofSelected Family Businesses in North East Nigeria

1Paul, Vincent, 2Barde, Barnabas Embugus, 3Abbah, James Edache Idoko & 4Idika, Kalu

1Department of Entrepreneurship Studies, Nasarawa State University, Keffi
2&3Department of Business Administration, Nasarawa State University, Keffi
4Domestic Sales Petroleum Product Marketing Company , NNPC Towers, F .C.T , Abuja

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