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AFRREV MULTIDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL VOL 8(4) SEPTEMBER, 2014

CONTENTS
1. Syllabification, Tone Marking, and Minimality in Eleme
Ngulube, I. E. (1-16)

2. Feminism: Silence and Voicelessness as Tools of Patriarchy in Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus
Ifechelobi, J. N. (17-27)

3. Book Promotion Efforts in Select Nigerian Newspapers
Okere, S. & Sanusi, B. O. (28-42)

4. Children, Sex and Media Violence in Nigeria
Rishante, P. S. & Yakubu, I. M. (43-55)

5. Gate keeping and Feedback as Determinants of the Translation/Interpretation Process
Endong, F. P. C. & Inyang, J. B. (56-67)

6. Leadership Style Paradigm Shift and Organisational Performance: A Case of the Nigerian Cement Industry
Longe, O. J. (68-83)

7. Cultural Resuscitation and Nation-Building: An Examination of Ughievwen Clan of Western Delta, Nigeria up to 1960
Oghi, F. E. (84-95)

8. Promoting Cultural Tourism Industry in Africa: The Place of African Indigenous Religion
Tasie, G. I. K. (96-110)

9. Prayer and Social Transformation in Nigeria: A Christian Perspective
Saale, L. B. (111-121)

10. Interests, Preferences, and the Realization of Goals: Nigeria and Vision 20:2020 (A follow-up to Eddy Erhagbe’s Position)
Agbodike, F. C. & Ajah, A. C. (122-132)

11. Children’s View on Family Communication in Families with their Biological Children and those with Adopted Children in Anambra State
Egenti, U. P. (133-142)

12. Liquidity Preference Theory: A Comparison of William Baumol’s and James Tobin’s Propositions
Ogiriki, Tonye & Andabai, P. W. (143-152)

13. Safety Management and Organizational Sustainability: A Study of Selected Pharmaceutical Companies in Anambra State, Nigeria
Ndife, C. (153-165)

14. Utilization of Peace Education in Adult Literacy Programmes in Anambra State for Conflict Resolution and National Security
Ebeye, T., Nworie, G. O. & Ukponu, L. N. (166-182)

15.Micro-Teaching: A Technique for Effective Teaching
Otsupius, I. A. (183-197)

16. The Central Bank of Nigeria’s Cashless Policy: A Major Panacea for Eliminating Corruption and Enhancing Sustainable Development in Nigeria
Jatau, V. S. & Dung, K. L. (198-206)