International Journal of Strategic Research in Education, Technology & Humanities: Volume 2 Number 1

Date Published September 11, 2015

Editorial Objectives

The International Journal of Strategic Research in Education, Technology and Humanities (IJSRETH) aims to publish research findings in the broad fields of Education, Technology, Management, Arts and Humanities. The journal's core aim is to facilitate the researcher's scholarship to share their findings with the rest of the world so that informed decisions can be taken to improve the educational system, enhance technological development and adaptation and evolve novel ideas in arts, law and humanities. IJSRETH follows rigorous double peer review mechanism to ensure that submitted articles meet the quality standards.

Journal Articles

Social Studies Education in Capacity Building for National Development

Aina Helen Ebiburun

Department of Social Studies, College of Education, Warri

The Role of Vocational and Technical Education (VTE) in Enhancing Socio-Economic Emancipation of Nigerian Youths and Promoting National Security

Balogun, B.I.

Department of Agric Education, Federal University of Education, P.M.B. 1041, Zaria

The Efficacy of Digital Line-ll Symbols in Areal Data Maps

Onyekwelu C. A. (Mr)

Department of Geography, University of Nigeria, Nsukka Enugu State

Impact of Training Programmes on Job Performances of Staff in Nigerian Colleges of Education: a Strategy for Full Productivity and Sustainable Development in Nigeria

1Shehu, Gani Safiya Igunnu, 2Abosede Ayobola &3Maina, Bashir Alhaji

1&2Department of Education Foundation and Curriculum, Federal University of Education, Zaria.
3Department of Educational Foundations and Curriculum, Faculty of Education, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigreria

Social Studies and Biology Education as Mobilization Strategies for Global Citizenship

1Dr. (Mrs) M.N. Umeh, NCE, B.Sc. PhD & 2Dr. (Mrs) C. Agbowuro B. Sc. ( Ed. ), M. Ed., M. Ed. ( Sc. Ed. ), PhD ( Sc. Ed. )

1Department of Social Science Education, Social studies Education
2Department of Science and Technology Education, University of Jos Faculty of Education

Theoretical Postulations on Peoples' Democratic Party's 2015 Electoral Crash: Implications for Political Development

Ishaku Hamidu

Department of Political Science, Federal University Kashere, PMB 0182 Gombe State

The Signficance of Entrepreneurship and Skill Acquisition in Reducing Youth Restiveness and Unemployment

1Ladi, F. Bot, 2Haruna James Hele & 3Anna Baget

1&3Department of Social Development, Plateau State Polytechnic, Barkin Ladi
2Bingham University Teaching Hospital Jos

Research Approaches in Philosophy of Marketing Science Debate: “Something about Me without Me, or Nothing about Me without Me?”

Anukam, Amaobi. Isaac

Department of Marketing, Faculty of Management Sciences, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka

The Effect of Negotiation on Sales Performance in an Organisation

1Dr. Kabuoh, Margret N, 2Dr. Egwuonwu, Thomas K &3Dr. Ajike, Emmanuel O

Department of Business Administration and Marketing, Babcock University, Ilishan, Ogun State Nigeria

Analysis of the Pattern of Farm Labour use among Small Scale Farmers in Zangon Kataf LGA, Kaduna State, Nigeria

1Manza, E.A.G., 2Makarau, S.B., 3Garba, T.K. & 4Magaji, Y.T.

1&2Department of Agricultural Economics & Extension, Kaduna State University, Kafanchan Campus, Kafanchan
2Development Finance Ofce, Central Bank of Nigeria, Jos
3Department of Crop Science, Kaduna State University, Kafanchan Campus, Kafanchan

Issues and Challenges of Revenue Generation at the Local Government Level in Taraba State, Nigeria

1Adamu Saidu & 2Bilyaminu Yusuf Hanga

1&2Department of Accountancy, Modibbo Adama University of Technology

Organisational Challenges to the Effective Management of Training and Development Activities: a Hindrance to Public Sector Management in Federal Polytechnics in Nigeria

1Dr. Hussaina Ochuu Suleiman, 2Dr. Igunnu, Abosede Ayobola &3Dr. Emmanuel Itope Makoju

1Federal Polytechnic Kaduna,
2Department of Education Foundation and Curriculum, Federal University of Education, Zaria
3Department of Educational Foundations and Curriculum, Faculty of Education, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Kaduna State

Assessment of Residents' Perception of Municipal Solid Waste Management Practices in Akure, Nigeria

1S. Yakubu (PhD), 2K. J. Samuel & 3S. O. Durowoju

1,2&3Department of Geography, Osun State University Osogbo, Nigeria

Managing Accounting Information System for Business Profitability and Economic Development

1Olatunji, Tunde E., 2Auwal M. Salihu, 3Rehanet Isa, 4Jumai Murtala A.,5Zainab Isa, 6Risikat Folashade Salau, 7Fatima Isa.

1&2Directorate of Leather Technology, Nigeria Institute of Leather and Science Technology
3,4&5Department of Business Education, Federal University of Education, Zaria
6Department of Economics, Federal University of Education, Zaria
7Department of Bursary, Federal University of Education, Zaria

Thermal Comfort Evaluation of Two Naturally Ventilated Architectural Studios in Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic Unwana Ebonyi State –Hot –Humid Environment

1Alozie, G. C, 2Ifebi, O. C & 3Eze M.U

1Department of Architecture, Abia State University Uturu
2Department of Architecture, Chukwuemeka OdimegwuOjukwu University Uli
3Department of Estate Management, Abia State University Uturu

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