Social Science and Law Journal of Policy Review and Development Strategies: Volume 6 Number 1

Editorial Objectives

The journal examines broad issues in Social Sciences and Law (SSLJPRDS). The main objective is to provide an intellectual platform for the International Scholars. It promotes Interdisciplinary studies by publishing original research findings, review papers, conceptual framework, analytical and simulation models, case studies, empirical research and book reviews.

Journal Articles

Challenges of Buhari's Administration and its Implication on Socio-Economic Development in Nigeria (2015-2017)

1Abdullahi Mu'awiyya & 2Usman, Sayuti

1&2Department of Political Science Federal University Lokoja Kogi State, Nigeria

Variation of Physical Safety across Concentric Zones in Urban Settlements of Northern Nigeria: a Study of Hadejia Metropolis

1Mohammed Mamun Usman & 2Jamilah Musa Ali

1&2 Sociology Unit School of Preliminary Studies Sule Lamido University Kafin Hausa Jigawa State

Collective Bargaining: how Useful is it for Industrial Harmony? Evidence from Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC), Port Harcourt, Rivers State

1Raimi Lasisi & 2Adias Lolo

1Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Federal University Otuoke, Bayelsa State
2Department of Business Administration Bayelsa State College of Arts & Science, Elebele, Bayelsa State

The Impact of Public Policy on Economic Stability and Development in Africa: an Appraisal of Nigeria's Foreign Policy Actions from 1999-2007

1John Kalama & 2Jacob Ogedi

1&2Department of Political Science, Federal University Otuoke, Bayelsa State

The Concept of Hypothecation as a Secured Credit Instrument under International Business Law: an Appraisal

Michael Takim Otu

Department of Private and Property Law, University of Calabar

The Supreme Court of South Sudan and the Protection of Human Rights: a Critical Analysis of Pagan Amum's Case

Mut Turuk

Department of Public and Comparative Law School of Law, Kampala International University Uganda, East Africa

The Challenges and Pathologies of Nigerian Federalism

Ozy B. Orluwene

Department of Political Science Ignatius Ajuru University of Education Port Harcourt, Nigeria

Corruption in Nigeria: a Bane on National Productivity

Apia, Amezhi

National Productivity Centre Plot 2173 Capetown Street, Wuse Zone 4, Abuja

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