1.The Media and the Contradictions in Commitments to the Fight against climate change
Ukonu, M. O., Akpan, C. S. & Anorue, L. I. (1-16)

2.Radio as a Tool for Rural Development in Nigeria: Prospects and Challenges
Asemah, E. S., Anum, V. & Edegoh, L. O. (17-35)

3.Elements of Public Relations Practice in the Administration of Wukari Traditional Council
Alemoh, T. A. & Adi, A. (36-55)

4.Utilising the Mass Media for the Promotion of Religious Activities in Nigeria
Ogwo, C., Asemah, E. S. & Obidike F. N. (56-69)

5. Classification and Criticism of Nigeria Literary Drama
Iwuchukwu, O. F. (70-82)

6. The Sociological Essence of Music in Burial: An Analysis of Akwa Oke –Nwanyi in Umunikem Community in Imo State
Akas, N. C. (83-93)

7.Boko Haram Terrorism in Nigeria: The Paradox and Challenges of Big Brother Foreign Policy
Akpomera, E. & Omoyibo, K. (94-113)

8.Niger Delta Militants and the Boko Haram: A Comparative Appraisal
Ogoloma, F. I. (114-131)

9. Abolition of Trial by Ordeal at Eni-Lake, Uzere, Delta State of Nigeria, 1903: A Reconsideration
Oghi, F. E. (132-144)

10. Human Development as Correlates of Ethnic –Based Violence in Nigeria
Adesina, L.A. Oluwadare, C.T. & Agagu, A. A. (145-156)

11.Application of Ethics, Justice and Fair Treatment in Human Resource Management for Sustainable Peace in Nigeria Work Organizations
Okere, L., Nwobueze, C. C. & Nweke, O. (157-179)

12.Profiling Poverty in West Africa: A Sub-Regional Survey
Osai, O. J., Eleanya, L. U. M. & Amugo, O. F. (180-200)

13.A Common Word in Cross and Crescent: Christians and Muslims on Loving in Nigeria
Nmah, P. E. (201-216)

14. Religion, Language and the Functional Necessity of Philosophy
Badey, P. B. (217-227)

15.Myths in African Concept of Historical Reality
Jaja, J. M. (228-242)

16.The Relationship between Monetary Policy Rate (MPR) and Banking Rates: Evidence from Regression and Multivariate Causality Analysis
Tsenkwo, B. J. & Longdu’ut, D. T. (234-256)

17.Overview of Trends Shaping Human Resource Management for Improved Organizational Effectiveness in Nigeria
Nwobueze, C. C., Okere, L. & Ikechi, P. O. (257-272)

18. English, a Tonal Language?
Pam, K. J. (273-280)

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