IJAH VOL 4 (2) MAY, 2015


1. National Security and National Development: A Critique
Ebeh, J. I. (1-14)

2. National Integration: A Panacea to Insecurity in Nigeria
Adebile, O. P. (15-27)

3. Protest Demonstrations, Political Participation and the Law in the Era of Terrorism: Nigeria’s Public Order Act and the United States' HR 347 in Perspectives
Eesuola, O. O. (28-41)

4. Developmental Local Government as a Model for Grassroots Socio-Economic Development in Nigeria
Okafor, C. D., Chukwuemeka, E. E. O. & Udenta, J. O. (42-61)

5. Youth’s Unemployment and Illiteracy: Impact on National Security, the Nigerian Experience
Akpan, D. A. (62-71)

6. Communication through Performance: Hausa Performance Art
Lawal, R. (72-81)

7. Political Protest Songs and Actual Protest Values: Analysis of Fela’s “Sorrow, Tears & Blood” and Bob Marley’s “Stand up, Get up”
Eesuola, O. O. (82-96)

8. Politics of Resistance and Emancipation in Obari Gomba’s The Ascent Stone
Akani, J. N. (97-106)

9. Critical Themes in Some Nigerian Diaspora Short Stories
Ajima, M. (107-120)

10. Colour Studies: Clarification and Alpha-Numeric Adaptation of Notation Systems for Artists and Designers
Ebigbagha, Z. S. (121-148)

11. Political Advertising Design in Nigeria, 1960-2007
Amifor, J. (149-163)

12. Use of Mobile Phone Technology in Education for Easy Accessibility of Information: Challenges and Prospects
Obiadazie, R. E. & Obijiofor V. U. (164-178)

13. An Evaluation of Banks’ Liability in Robbery Incidents at Banks’ Premises in Nigeria
Garuba, A. O. & Otomewo, G. O. T. (179-188)

14. Socio-Cultural Conception of Albinism and Sexuality Challenges among Persons with Albinism (PWA) in South-West, Nigeria
Ikuomola A. D. (189-208)

15. Artistic Activism in Nigeria Art: A Course, a Cause
Otu, J., Johnson, O. & Sani, B. S. (209-223)