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AFRREV IJAH VOL 3 (1) JANUARY, 2014

CONTENTS

1. An Evaluation of the Indigenous Practice of Osusu Cooperatives among the Benins of South-South, Nigeria
Ugiagbe, E. O. & Vincent-Osaghae, G. (1- 17)

2. Objectivity: A Subject of Discourse in Historical Writing
Oyewale, P. O. (18-30)

3. In Search of a Window: An Analysis of Ijaw Migrations to Central Africa
Asuk, O. C. (31-48)

4. Religion and Sustainable Environment in the Niger Delta: The Ogoni Experience
Saale, L. B. (49-65)

5. Conflicts between Fulani Herders and Farmers in Central and Southern Nigeria: Discourse on Proposed Establishment of Grazing Routes and Reserves
Okeke, O. E. (66-84)

6. Digesting The Dynamics of Federal-State-Local Government Nexus in Nigeria’s Federal System
Tonwe, D. A. (85-103)

7. The Essence of Democracy
Edosa, E. (104-120)

8. The Current Global Economic Crisis: Implication for Best Teacher Practices for University Graduate Capacity Building in Nigeria
Egbefo, D. O. & Salihu, H. (121-144

9. The Impact of Budget Deficit on Trade Balance in Nigeria: An Empirical Analysis, 1980 - 2011
Ogba, Likita (145-159)

10. Rural Community Development: Bedrock for National Development
Anatsui, Tina. C. (160-178)

11. The Media, Corruption and Democratic Accountability in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic
Santas, T. (179-198)

12. Inculturation of the Church: Example of the Igboland, South-East, Nigeria
Umezinwa, C. C. (199-217)

13. Cultural Administration and Arts Management in Nigeria: A Historical Insight
Umukoro, J. O. (218-238)

14. A Biblical Reflection on Ecology and Its Application to Contemporary African Church
Uka, E. & Ukoha, I. S. (239-258)

15. Examining the Relevance of Language to the Making of the Educated Person and the Implications thereof to Relevant Education in Nigeria
Chukwu, E. & Okeke, A. C. (259-269)

16. Preserving the Cultural Identity of the English as a Second Language Learners in Nigeria Using TESOL Principles for ESL Education Standards
Umera-Okeke, N. & Ezekwe, A. (270-282)

17. Motor Park Discourse in South-Western Nigeria: Relations among Discourse, Group Ideology and Social Identity
Amao, T. A. (283-309)

18. Class Conflict and Rural Development: An Ethnographic Analysis of Tradition Title Dispute in Southern Nigeria
Okolocha, C. F. & Akpomera, E. (310-329)

19. Ensuring Effective Mentoring in Tertiary Institutions in Anambra State
Okereke, E. C. (330-340)