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Open Source Integration into Business Strategies: A Review

By Showole Aminat, Ali Selamat, et al

Open Source Integration into Business Strategies: A Review

Published: 22/02/2008

Tags: Open Source Integration into Business Strategies: A Review

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Political representation in Nigeria: Elucidating the challenges of party politics and the way forward.

By Ishaka Dele, Zainab Lawal Kankara, et al

Political representation in Nigeria: Elucidating the challenges of party politics and the way forward.

Published: 12/12/2017

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MGS 807 Gender and Peace Building Assignment

By Dr. Emen Ubonguko And Baba Sulaiman Dama

MGS 807 Gender and Peace Building Assignment

Published: 12/02/2004

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Journal of the English Scholars’ Association of Nigeria (JESAN)􀀃 ISSN: 0029-0009

By Journal Of The English Scholars’ Association Of Nigeria (jesan)􀀃 Issn: 0029-0009

This paper examines how confrontations and conflicts may be minimised in
line with the spirit of Peace Linguistics. The study draws insights from
rapport management theory with a view to identify the linguistic keys that
enhance social relationship amongst language users, and those capable of
damaging it. Data is randomly taken from intuitive and social media sources.
The intuitive-source data is useful in advancing the theoretical underpinnings
of the paper while the social media data drawn from English Scholars’
Association of Nigeria’s WhatsApp platform is useful in demonstrating the
empirical instances of language use where confrontations and conflicts are
minimised or unminimised in the course of interaction. The choice of this
platform is motivated by the fact that members are English language
teachers/professionals, people whose language choice is expected to reflect a
high pragmatic competence. The paper identifies four strategies engaged to
minimise confrontations and conflicts, and concludes that the strategies can
be individually used or combined with one another. The more the strategies
used, the more the confrontations and conflicts can be minimised. While
conflicts and misunderstandings in language use are inevitable, it is important
that language users mitigate the possibility of unintended conflicts (and
misunderstandings)

Published: 29/09/2020

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Youths In Political Leadership In Nigeria: The Trend, Challenges and Prospects

By Ruth C. Wali-essien, and Fidelis Abunimye Unimna

This work offers a glimpse into the world of youths in political leadership in Nigeria.
Political leadership around the world, at present, is almost returning to what it used to be in the past. Youths, the world over, are gradually working their ways up towards taking the leadership mantle. This is very visible in the western world at present with Africa also trying to take a prompt.fi-om them. The work similarly gives a shortlist of some of such young ·world leaders who, regardless of all the ordeals and inflexibilities attached to attaining such heights in the 1mrld of politics, still maintain their stance.
The Nigerian government and its initiatives to promote youths' involvement in governance and developmental structures, the challenges and prospects of youths'
involvement in political leadership in Nigeria are equally captured in this study.

Published: 20/03/2012

Tags: Youths. Political. Leadership. Trends. Challenges. Prospects

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The Ojiji Culture and Its Evolutionary Changes: A Potential Source of Gender Conflict in Ikwerreland.

By Ruth C. Wali-essien

The Ojiji Culture and Its Evolutionary Changes: A Potential Source of Gender Conflict in Ikwerreland.

Published: 03/10/2014

Tags: the ojiji Culture. Evolutionary Changes. A potential Source of Gender Conflict.

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SOME CONCEPTS IN SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION

By Wali-essien, Chibuzor Ruth

SOME CONCEPTS IN SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION

Published: 07/07/2007

Tags: SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION. SOME CONCEPTS IN SOCIOLOGY

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SOCIAL PATHOLOGIES AND EDUCATION

By Ruth Chibuzor Wali-essien., and Oni, Adesoji

SOCIAL PATHOLOGIES AND EDUCATION

Published: 09/09/2006

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SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION CONCEPTS FOR NATION BUILDING

By Ruth C. Wali-essien

SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION CONCEPTS FOR NATION BUILDING

Published: 02/01/2012

Tags: Social Studies Education. Concepts for Nation Building. Department of arts and Social Science Education. Ruth C. WALI-ESSIEN

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SOCIAL PATHOLOGIES AND EDUCATION

By Wali-essien, Ruth, and Oni, Adesoji

SOCIAL PATHOLOGIES AND EDUCATION

Published: 01/02/2014

Tags: Sociology of Education. Social Pathologies. Wali-Essien Ruth.

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The Medicine In Literature The Literature In Medicine

By Professor, Adegboyega A. Kolawole

The Medicine In Literature The Literature In Medicine

Published: 31/10/2019

Tags: Medicine. Literature In Medicine. Comparative Literature

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From The Living Gut To The Speaking Dead Bone: A Journey Through The Human Body

By Professor, Samuel Abayomi Asala

From The Living Gut To The Speaking Dead Bone: A Journey Through The Human Body

Published: 26/09/2019

Tags: Anatomy. Forensic Anthropology. Human Body.

Size: 6.42MB

The Politics of Literature

By Professor, Mnguember Vicky Sylvester Molemodile

The Politics of Literature

Published: 30/05/2019

Tags: The Politics of Literature. Literature/Gender Studies

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Public Policy in The Management of Industry Relations

By Professor Isaac Nnamdi Obasi

Public Policy in The Management of Industry Relations

Published: 28/03/2019

Tags: Public Policy. Industrial Relations.

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The Environment: Man's Common Heritage; or a Paradox

By Professor, Clement Didi Chup

The Environment: Man's Common Heritage; or a Paradox

Published: 20/09/2018

Tags: Environmental Resources Management. Man's Common Heritage.

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