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1. Domestic Violence and Sexual Health among Young Women in Zambia
Thankian, K, Mwaba, S. O. C. & Menon, A. J. (1-15)

2. Occupational Stress among Nigerian Police Officers: An Examination of the Coping Strategies and the Consequences
Wakil, A. A. (16-26)

3. Globalization, Consumerism and the Challenge of Sustainable Development in Africa
Okeke, M. G. S. (27-36)

4. We thought we will be safe here’: Narratives of Tanzanian Albinos in Kenya and South-Africa
Ikuomola, A. D. (37-54)

5. Organisational Justice and Psychological Well-Being of Employees in the Local Government Service of Osun State, Nigeria
Ajala, E. M. & Bolarinwa, K. O. (55-72)

6. The Scientific Import of Symbols in Human Knowledge
Agbanusi, C. A. (73-77)

7. Xenophobia in South Africa: Re-thinking the Nigeria foreign policy of Afrocentrism
Idehen, R. O. & Osaghae, F. S. O. (78-91)

8. Leadership and Ethno-Religious Crises: Implications for National Integration in Nigeria
Egbefo, O. D. (92-109)

9. Insecurity and Civil Society Response in Nigeria: A Historical Perspective and its Implications for Peace and Development
Dike, E. O. (110- 122)

10. Autosegmental Representation of Epenthesis in the Spoken French of Ijebu Undergraduate French Learners in Selected Universities in South-West of Nigeria
Iyiola, A. D. (123-138)

11. Book Review: Mark Aronoff’s Morphology by Itself: Stems and Inflectional Classes
Emmanuel, O. A. & Ngulube, I. E. (139-147)

12. The Style of Ben Okri in Songs of Enchantment and Infinite Riches
Ikechi, E. (148-156)

13. Achieving Harmonious Colour Relationship in Art/Design: Towards a Mathematical Model
Ebigbagha, Z. S. (157-175)

14. Art and Professionality in Nigeria: The Artists of the Universal Studios of Art, Lagos, Nigeria
Bardi, A. (176- 187)

15. ‘Many lamps same Light’, the Stained Glass Paintings of Nigeria’s Prime Artists: Y.C.A. Grillo and D. H. Dale
Graves, P. N. (188-205)

16. Voice Construction in the Postcolonial Text: Spivakian Subaltern Theory in Nigerian Drama
Binebai, B. (206-220)

17. Cultism: A Destructive Concept in the Educational Development of Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria
Oyemwinmina, C. & Aibieyi, S. (221-236)

18. Resource Curse: Micro and Macro Analysis
Abumere, F. A. (237-248)

19. A Causality Analysis of Financial Deepening and Performance of Nigerian Economy (1990-2013)
Andabai, P. W. & Igbodika, M. N (249-263)

20. The Impact of Strategic Human Resource Management on Competitiveness of Small and Medium-scale Enterprises in the Nigerian Hospitality Industry
Ologunde, A. O., Monday, J. U., & James-Unam, F. C. (264-276)

21. Tax Reforms in Nigeria: Case for Value Added Tax (VAT)
Omesi, I. & Nzor, N. P. (277-287)

22. Macroeconomic Variables and Money Supply: Evidence from Nigeria
Ifionu, E. & Akinpelumi, O. F. (288-307)

23. The Effect of Parental Supportiveness and Gender on English Language Achievement of Primary School Children in South-Eastern, Nigeria
Iroegbu, V. (308-320)

24. Factors Militating Against Effective Implementation of the 6-3-3-4 Education Policy in Nigeria: A Case Study in Policy Failure
Aibieyi, S. & Oghoator, I. H. (321-332)

25. Rethinking Public Administration Professionalism in Nigeria
Okafor, C. & Onuigbo, R. A. (333-347)