AFRREV Vol 6 (4) OCTOBER, 2012


1.From Rule of Law to Rule of Love: towards Plato’s Ideal State - the City of God
Osai, O. J. (1-12)

I.2. African Nations and the Drive for Unification: The Case for the United States of Africa
Inokoba, P. K., Kumokou, I. & Ebienfa, K. I. (13-23)

3. Uncertainty in Less Developed Countries in The Face of Crisis
Zhattau, V. S. (24-39)

4. Analysis of Socio-Political Implication of Infrastructural Decay in Nigeria
Uhunmwuangho, S. O. & Ekpu, C. (40-58)

5.Evaluation of Compliance with the Stipulations of the Contributory Pension Scheme: A Case Study of Quasi-Government Institutions in Nigeria
Oladipo, J. A. & Fashagba, M. O. (59-75)

6.The Contradictions of Constitution-Making in Nigeria
Eresia-Eke, A. (76-92)

7.Actualizing Nigeria’s Vision 20:2020 Goals: Imperativeness of Arts and Social Science Education
Erhagbe, E. O. (93-109)

8.Sustainable Industrial Development Programmes of International Donor Agencies in Africa: An Analytical Perspective
Jegede C. T. (110-124

9. Forensic Accounting and Financial Crimes: Adopting the Inference, Relevance and Logic Solution Approach
Izedonmi, F., & Ibadin, P. O. (125-139)

10. Role of Cooperative in Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) Development in Nigeria: Challenges and the Way Forward
Nwankwo, F., Ewuim, N. & Asoya, N. P. (140-156)

11. Credit and Debit Card Usage and Cash Flow Management Control by Customers: Evidences from Commercial Banks Customers in Kisumu City, Kenya
Simiyu, J. S., Momanyi, G., Naibei, K. I. & Odondo, A. J. (157-172)

12. Food Security in Nigeria: The Role of Peasant Farmers
Attah, Ademu Wada (173-190)

13.The Forest Products Industry in Nigeria
Ogunwusi, A. A. (191-205)

14.Aggregate Energy Consumption and Sectoral Output in Nigeria
Nwosa, P. I. & Akinbobola, T. O. (206-215)

15. Language Can: Ensuring National Security through Effective Use of Language
Okeke, F. A. (216-233)

16.The Influence of Sociocultural Domains on Communication
Uyanne, M. C. & Oti, O. J. (234-247

17.New Media and Political Advertising in Nigeria: Prospects and Challenges
Asemah, E. S. & Edegoh, L. O. (248-265)

18.Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Application in Secondary Schools and Students Academic Performance in Social Studies
Arinze, F. O., Okonkwo, E. N. & Iwunor, A. N. (266-278)

19.Nigerian Secondary School Science Teachers’ Awareness and Preparation for the Challenges of Vision 20: 2020
Opateye, J. A. (279-293)

20. Strategies for Combating Global Economic Crisis in Nigeria through Science and Technological Education
Udogu, M. E. & Ojiaku, F.C. (294-301

21.Effects of Self-Instructional Learning Strategy on Secondary Schools Students’ Academic Achievement in Solving Mathematical Word Problems in Nigeria
Anyichie, A. C. & Onyedike C. C. (302-323)

22. Analysis of Poor Performance of Senior Secondary Students in Chemistry in Nigeria
Nbina, J. B. (324-334)

23. Children’s Attachment Styles, Academic Achievement and Social Competence at Early Childhood
Ekeh, P. U. (335-348)

24. Effects of Direct and Indirect Instructional Strategies on Students’ Achievement in Mathematics
Oladayo, O. T. & Oladayo C. E. (349-361)

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