AFRREV Vol 6 (3) JULY, 2012

1.An analysis of the Tripartite Free Trade Area between COMESA, SADC, and EAC and its effects on Swaziland’s Economy
Dlamini, N. A & Kongolo, M. (1-22)

2. Creative Accounting Practices in Nigerian Banks
Akenbor, C. O. & Ibanichuka, E. A.L. (23-41)

3.Tax Incentives for Industry Synergy in Nigeria: A Pragmatic Proprietary System Advocacy
Ohaka, J. & Agundu, P. U. C. (43-58)

4.Natural Resources Accounting and Sustainable Development: The Challenge to Economics and Accounting Profession
Okafor, T. G. (59-70)

5.Corporate Environmental Disclosures in the Nigerian Manufacturing Industry: A Study of Selected Firms
Uwuigbe, U. & Jimoh J. (71-83)

6. Risk and Uncertainty in Production Economics
Otaha, I. J. (84-92)

7. Nonstandard Employment Relations and Implications for Decent Work Deficits in Nigeria
Okafor, E. E. (93-108)

8.Employee Work-Life Balance as an HR Imperative
Igbinomwanhia, O. R., Iyayi, O. & Iyayi, F. (109-126)

9. The Theory of Separation of Powers in Nigeria: An Assessment
Ogoloma, F. (127-134)

10. Ethnic and Communal Clashes in Nigeria: The Case of the Sagamu 1999 Hausa-Yoruba Conflict
Olubomehin, O. Oladipo (135-149)

11. The Niger Delta Environmental Crisis in Nigeria: A Perspective Analysis
Akinbi, J. O. (150-164)

12.Coping With the Global Economic Crisis” A Challenge to Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Nigeria
Ekpo, A. B. & Onweh, V. E. (165-175)

13.Effective Management of Wastages in Vocational Education for Sustainable Development in Nigeria
Usen, S. M., Udofia, A. E. Offiong, A. A. (176-187)

14. Using Education and Time Maximization for Effective Study Habits of Students in Tertiary Institutions
Osa-Edoh, G. I. & Ugiagbe, Francis E. S. (188-207)

15. Learning Environment as Correlates of Chemistry Students’ Achievement in Secondary Schools in Akwa Ibom State of Nigeria
Udoh, A. O. (208-217)

16. Strategies for Integrating Peace Education into Social Studies Curriculum for Junior Secondary (Basic 7-9) Schools in Nigeria
Ezeoba, K. O. (218-231)

17. The Role of Head Teacher in Improvisation and Maintenance of School Plants
Yusuf, M. A. & Adigun, J. T. (232-238)

18. Sensitization of Secondary School Students towards Sustainable Electoral Process in Nigeria: Nigeria Independent Electoral Commission as a Focus
Uhunmwuangho, S. O. & Aibieyi, S. (239-251)

19. Spicing Up Basic Science Instruction With Storyline Strategy; What Is Students’ Achievement?
Alebiosu, K., Afuwape, M. & Odukoya, A. (252-267)

20.English Language Teachers’ Attitudes to the Promotion of the Standard Nigerian English: A Survey from a Nigerian City
Olatunji, S. O. (268-283)

21. Gender Accessibility and Equality in Education: The Implication to Manpower Development in Nigeria
Okafor, V. E. & Arinze, F. O. (284-292)

22. Culture, Product Advertising, and Advertising Agency Operations
Nwabueze, C., Ejezie, L. & Nweke, N. (293-307)

23. Print Media Objectivity and Advertising Revenue: An Appraisal
Nwabueze, C., Ezebuenyi, E. & Ezeoke, C. (308-322)

24. A Critique of Alternatives to Foundational Epistemology
Asukwo, Offiong Okon (323-337)

25. Curbing Corruption in Nigeria: The Imperatives of Good Leadership
Chukwuemeka, E., Ugwuanyi, B. J. & Ewuim, N. (338-358)