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Vol. 1

Absu journal of Arts, Management, Education, Law and Social sciences.
Vol. 1(1), 2011


List of Articles in Absu Journal of Arts, Management, Education, Law and Social Sciences (JAMELSS).

  1. German Churches and the Airlift to Biafra By Nicholas Ibeawuchi Omenka.
    1- 17
  2. Here Nothing works- A stylistic Criticism of J.P Clark Bekederemo’s Poetic Reflections on the Nigerian factor phenomenon By Adeyemi Adegoju. 18-32
  3. Doublespeak in the Politics of Nigeria’s Anti-Graft Campaign By Durojaiye  Owoeye. 33-50
  4. (Re) Quest for change and self-Realisation: A Stylistic Reading of Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo’s Trafficked. By G.I.N. Emezue. 51-59
  5. Monetary policy and stock prices in Nigeria: An Error Correction and Co-Integration Investigation. By Onyemachi Maxwell Ogbulu & Peter  Chinyere Uruakpa. 60-85Financial Inclusion and Financial stability:A Toda-Yamamoto Causality Approach. By Godwin Chigozie Okpara. 86-100.
  6. Impact of monetory policy on price stability in Nigeria: An Econometric analysis. By Veronica Adaku Ihezukwu. 101-117
  7. Challenges of effective management and Utilization of Teaching resources in Nigerian Schools. By Chidiebere Onuoha. 118-127
  8. Revisiting the Moral and Academic responsibilities of the Teacher in Tertiary institutions in Nigeria. By H.I.O. Nwosu. 128-133
  9. Demographic Determinants of Diseases and their Mortality Rates in Abia Central Senatorial District. By O. Ikonne. 134-148.
  10. Managerial attitudes and workplace deviance: A Psycho-Sociological Perspective. By S.N. Ezeribe. 149-161


Volume 2

  1. Implicit Satire, Ironic slices of life and the Ambiguity of Shifting values in Ojaide's Short Stories By J.O.J Nwachukwu-Agbada.
  2. Implications of Nigerian Pidgin as a Socially Disadvantaged Language on its Speakers By Roseline Ihuoma Ndimele
  3. Traditional Igbo Building Architecture: a Historical Perspective By Joseph C. Chukwu.
  4. Riddles and Structure of Language: A Stylistic study of 10 Ibibio Riddles By Isaac Monday Udoh.
  5. Evaluation of University-Industry Strategic Alliance: a Focus on Public Universities in the South-East Geo-Political Zone of Nigeria By E.C Udensi.
  6. The Undercurrents of Fake Drugs Distribution and Sale in Nigeria: a Survey of Onitsha Medicine Dealers, Anambra State By Gazie S. Okparaand Cosmas A. Nwankwo.
  7. Some Selected Macroeconomic Variables and their Relevance in Explaining Balance of Payments Disequilibrium in Nigeria, 1985-2011: an Economic Investigation By Azubuike Ernest Agugua and Ebbah Patrice Ejembi.
  8. Impact of Tetfund Infrastructural Facilities on Academic Performance of Students of Abia State University, Uturu By B.E Afianmagbon
  9. Leadership in Nigeria: a Reflection of Hobbesian Political Philosophy and Morality By Joseph I. Kalu. and F.N. Obilor.
  10. An Overview of Defences Available to Insurer(s) in Marine Insurance Contract By S.M. Olokooba, J.O. Olatoke, N.O.A Ijaiya and A.M. Ismaila.
  11. Deconstructing the National Industrial Court of Nigeria By Hagler Okorie.
  12. Changing Roles of the Teacher Librarian in 21st Century Nigeria: Issues and Challenges By Udo Nwokocha and Oliver Ugocha







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