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AFRREV MULTIDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL, VOL 7 (2), APRIL, 2013

Contents

1. Impact of Charcoal Production on the Sustainable Development of Asa Local Government Area, Kwara State, Nigeria
Tunde, A. M., Adeleke, E. A. & Adeniyi, E. E. (1-15)

2.Privatization and Economic Performance: Evidence from Nigeria (1990 – 2010)
Ifionu, E. P. & Ogbuagu, A. R. (16-43)

3. Analysis of Business Opportunities and Entrepreneurial Success in Nigeria: An Emphasis
Nwaeke, I. Lawrence (44-60)

4. Triangulation of Methods in Labour Studies in Nigeria: Reflections on the Benefits and Challenges
Okafor, E. E. (61-80)

5. Why Is Monetary Integration Not Achievable in The ECOWAS? A Survey of the Challenges and the Way Forward
Goshit, G. G. (81-95)

6. An Empirical Assessment of the Relationship of Marketing Communication Mix and Performance of Business Organizations
Obikeze, C. O. & Eze. P. O. (96-112)

7. Measurements in Accounting: Issues and Choices Determinants
Ibadin, P. O. & Izedonmi, F. (113-128)

8. Corporate Governance and Share Price: Evidence from listed Firms in Nigeria
Uwuigbe, O. ‘Ranti (129-143)

9. Globalization, Civil Society and State in Africa: A Retrospect
Osezua, E. M. (144-160)

10. Determinants of Organizational Citizenship Behaviour among Employees of Public and Private Organisations
Chovwen, C. & Ogunsakin, A. (161-174)

11. Food Management Policy: Indispensability of Food Security for a Virile Nationhood
Okafor, V. E. & Onyishi, P. S. N. (175-184)

12. The Uniqueness of African Philosophy
Jaja, J. M. & Badey, P. B. (185-192)

13. Logic in Igbo-African Understanding
Ogugua, P. I. & Oduah I. C. (193-205)

14. A Historical Perspective of Teacher Education in Rivers State of Nigeria: 1967-1998
Gabriel, A. O. I. (206-226)

15. Performing Arts in Open and Distance Learning (ODL) Curriculum for Youths Employability
Iwuchukwu, O. F. (227-242)

16. Appraisal of Knowledge Update among Guidance Counsellors of the Nigerian Universities: Focus on Information and Communication Technologies Utilization
Nwoye, N. C. & Igwe, E. U. (243-265)

17. Education and National Development in Nigeria; A Philosophical Perspective
Nwogu, G. A. I. (266-276)

18. Effect of Individual and Group Counselling on Secondary School Students’ Truant Behaviour in Abia State
Igwe, E. U. (277-293)

19. Influence of Self-Esteem and Self-Monitoring on Attitudes toward Internet Fraud among Undergraduate Students of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife
Egbe, E. I., Ojewumi A. K., & Olasupo, M. O. (294-305)

20. Globalization and Nigerian Youths’ Interest in Music Education: The Potentials of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs)
Anekwe, J. U. & Modeme, E. R. (306-328)

21. Instructional Television Programmes and Academic Performance of Senior Secondary School Students in Anambra State, Nigeria
Nwagbara, G. U. & Nwammuo, A. N. (329 – 349)

22. Adire in South-western Nigeria; Geography of the Centres
Areo, M. O. & Kalilu, R. O. R. (350-370)