International Journal of Strategic Research in Public Administration and Organizational Process: Volume 3 Number 1

Editorial Objectives

Contemporary issues in the practice of public administration and management are central to issues published in the International Journal of Strategic Research in Public Administration and Organizational Process. The Journal accepts Theoretical, Empirical and Position/Opinion papers. Issues must be contemporary and evidence-based. IJSRPAOP is widely indexed and operates the open access principals of research publication.

Journal Articles

Industrialization and Sustainable Development in Akwa Ibom State (2016-2022): A SWOT Analysis

Ubong E. Umoh

Department of Political Science/Public Administration, University of Uyo, Uyo

Russian-Ukraine Conflict and World Economy

1Joseph Chinedum Nwanne, 2Edward Murphy Abah & 3Ulu Kalu Oko

1Department of Political Science Bingham University, Along Abuja-Keffi Expressway Karu Near Abuja
2Central Bank of Nigeria Currency Research Office Abuja
3Social Sciences Unit, School of General Studies, University of Nigeria Nsukka

Analysing Employee Consciousness and Performance of Hotels in South-South, Nigeria

1Obiora, Judipat N., 2Ukabuilu, E. N. & 3Igbojekwe, P. U.

1Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management, University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria
2&3Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Imo State University, Imo State, Nigeria

Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) as Instruments of Change in a Dynamic Society: A Mixed Exploration of Early Childhood Education Pre-Service Teachers' Knowledge in Lagos State, Nigeria

1Komolafe, Adefunke T. & 2John, Nation I.

1&2Social Sciences Education Department, (Early Childhood Education Cohort) Faculty of Education, University of Lagos, Lagos Akoka

Securing Global Cities: Best Practices, Innovation, and the Path Ahead

1General Raymond Odierno & 2Michael E. O'Hanlon

1Director of Research - Foreign Policy Brooking Institution, Washington, D.C., United States
2Foreign Policy, Strobe Talbott Center for Security, Strategy, and Technology Washington, D.C., United States

Women Contributions to Item Amagu Development: A Case Study of Oginyi Echara, 1987-2022

Echara, Ambrose Echara

Department of History and Strategic Studies, Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Ndufu Alike-Ikwo, Ebonyi State

Mass Media and the Campaign Against HIV/AIDS in Nassarawa Local Government of Kano State, Nigeria

1Maryam Umar Mukhtar & 2Hadiza Jummai Ibrahim

1&2Department of Mass Communication, Faculty of Communication, Bayero University, Kano

Gender Equality and Sustainable Economic Development Strategies in Nigeria

Enwo-Irem, I. N.

Department of Histoy and Strategic Studies Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Ndufu-Alike, Ebonyi State.

Industrialization as Imperative for Sustainable Economic Development in Nigeria

1Okorontah Chikeziem F. & 2Uruakpa Chiagoziem G.

1&2Rhema University Nigeria, Aba Abia State, Nigeria

How Americans' Confidence in Technology Firms has Dropped: Evidence from the Second Wave of the American Institutional Confidence Poll

1Sean Kates, 2Jonathan Ladd, & 3Joshua A. Tucker

1University of Pennsylvania, United States of America
2Georgetown University, Washington D.C., United States
3New York University, New York City, New York

Examination of Pidgins English Speaking on Educational Outcomes Among Public Secondary Schools in Nigeria: (Conceptual Study)

1M. D. Isah, 2Surajo I. Abdullahi, 3Asmau S. Bunza & 4Fatima A. Rukuna

Department of Social Development Department of English Department of Arts and Social Sciences, Waziri Umaru Federal Polytechnic, Birnin Kebbi

Centralization of Power and Local Government Administration in the Gambia: The Brikama Area Council Experience

1Aminata Njie & 2Ayo Adesopo

1University of The Gambia, The Gambia
2Department of Public Administration Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. Nigeria

Performance Appraisal and Staff Development in Local Government Administration: A Study of Patani Local Government in Delta State

1Abeki Sunny Okoro & 2Ubebe Ebimobowei Fred

1&2University of Africa, Bayelsa State

United States–Africa Relations: Historicising Barack Obama Foreign Policy Achievements in Africa

1Bariledum Kia & 2Independence C. Enyindah

Department of History and International Diplomacy Rivers State University, Nkpolu- Oroworukwo, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria

The Role of Visual Art in Melting Down Youths' Unemployment

Sanusi, Akeem Akintunde

Department of Fine and Applied Art Federal College of Education (Special), Oyo, Oyo State, Nigeria.

Public Accountability and Governance: Interrogating the Literature on Service Delivery in Nigeria

1Kasikoro, Zideke, 2Nein, Godknows & 3Lawyerkeme Koffi Romeo

1,2&3Department of Political Science, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island

Contemporary Farming Practices for Sustainable Resource Management and Export- Market Opportunities for Sustainable Agro-Business

1Oga I. O. & 2Oga M. O.

1Department of Agricultural Technology, Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic, Unwana, Ebonyi State
2Department of Home Science, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State

Treasury Single Account and Economic Development in Nigeria

1Ajiteru, S. A. R., 2Sulaiman T. H., & 3Abalaka, J. N.

1Department of Political Science & International Relations Achievers University, Ondo State Nigeria.
2&3Faculty of Social Science Crown University Intl Chartered Inc. USA

Overcoming the Problems of Rural-Urban Drift in Nigeria: Some Policy Suggestions

1Monday Sunday Akpakpan & 2Abeki, Sunny Okoro

1Department of Political Science and Public Administration, University of Uyo, Uyo.
2University of Africa, Bayelsa State

The Disposition of Graduate Students in Akure Urban Towards Agriculture as a Tool for Youth Employment

1Chiamaka C. Eya, 2Damian Chimezie Ogbuabor & 3Oliver I. Eya

1Department of Agricultural Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
2Department of Library and Information Science, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
3Department of Social Work, University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Art History and Coloniality: Towards a Localized Theoretical Reconstruction as a Propitious Perspective for Defining Contemporary African Art

1Sukanthy Egharevba & 2Clement E. Akpang FRSA

Department of Visual Arts and Technology, Faculty of Environmental Sciences Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH), Calabar

Art History and Coloniality: Towards a Localized Theoretical Reconstruction as a Propitious Perspective for Defining Contemporary African Art

1Woko, Opudo Vivian, 2Chinedu C. Chukueggu & 3P.I. Cyril-Egware

1,2&3Department of Fine Arts and Design, Faculty of Humanity, University of Port Harcourt

Don't Overlook the Orange Economy: Five Reasons Why Creativity is Key for the Jobs Agenda

1Namita Datta & 2Maho Hatayama

1Program Manager, Solutions for Youth Employment (S4YE), World Bank
2Economist, Social Protection and Jobs Global Practice, World Bank

The Relationship Between Lean Adoption and Hotel Performance in Rivers State: The Moderating Effect of Owners' Interference

1Adeleke Christiana & 2J. N. Obiora

1&2Department of Hospitality andTourism Management,Faculty of Management Science University of Port Harcourt, Choba

Xylophones in Traditional Igbo Culture: A Study of Musical Instrumentation and Cultural Significance

Chile A. Oparaocha

Department of Fine Arts and Design, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria

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