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AFRREV Vol 10 (2) APRIL, 2016

1. Leadership Style and Employee Behaviour: A Reciprocal Relationship
Domfeh, K. A., Obuobisa-Darko, T. & Asere, L. O. (1-15)

2. Regional International Organizations as Conflict Managers: The Limits and Capabilities
Enuka, C. & Nwagbo, S. (16-30)

3. Democracy, Development and Insurgency: The Nigerian Experience in the Fourth Republic
Unumen, J. O. & Oghi, F. E. (31-46)

4. Boko Haram and Renascent Clogs in Muslim-Christian Relations in Nigeria
Iheanacho, Ngozi N. (47-63)

5. Economic Empowerment of Women and Fertility Behaviour in Ogbia Local Government Area, Bayelsa State, Nigeria
Uzobo, E. & Odubo, T. R. (64-80)

6. Identification of Determinants of Organizational Commitment and Employee Job Satisfaction
Osemeke, M. (81-102)

7. Information Communication Technology and the African Student
Korter, G.O. & Olubusoye, O. E. (103-122)

8. Overview of Effective Geophysical Methods Used in the Study of Environmental Pollutions by Waste Dumpsites
Yusuf, T. U. (123-143)

9. The Efficacy of Concept Mapping Instructional Strategy in Remedying Students' Problem-Solving Difficulties in Stoichiometry
Gongden, E. J. & Delmang, T. K. (144-157)

10. The Relational Concurrence of Global Warming and Economic Development: The Danger in Developing Countries.
Osaghae, F.S.O. (158-177)

11.Building Infrastructure for Peace in Nigerian Schools
Irene, O. F. (178-193)

12. The Interactive Effect of Outdoor Activities and School Location on Senior Secondary Students’ Environmental Problem Solving Skills in Biology
Oloyede, O. O. & Asaaju, O. A. (194- 212)

13. Pedagogical Insights into the Teaching of Public Administration in Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria
Okosun, V. A., Akongbowa, A. B. & Aihie-Ezomo, J. (213-224)

14. Pre-Schooling and Academic Performance of Lower Primary School Pupils in Rural Zambia
Mwaba, S. O. C., Kusanthan, T., Chizawu, K. & Menon, J. A. (225- 235)

15. Making Secondary School Geography Come Alive in Nigeria: A Case with Fieldwork
Amosun, P. A. (236-253)

16. Parents Preference for Students’ Choice of Urban Schools in Benin City, Nigeria:Integrated AHP Intuitionistic Fuzzy Topsis
Omorogbe, D. E.A. & Igbinosun, L. I. (254-265)

17. Facilitating Creativity in Science Students’ through Teacher Professional Development
Ibe, H. N. (266-274)

18. The Place of Special / Gifted Children in the Universal Basic Education in Nigeria
Idehen J. O. & Osagie-Obazee, G. (275-282)

19. Language, Polygamy and Motherhood in Emecheta’s The Joys of Motherhood: A Stylistic Critical Approach
Udumukwu, O. & Igbokwe, I. C. (283-294)

20. Gender Roles in Chika Unigwe’s The Phoenix
Akani, Julius Nsirim (295-306)

21. A Semantic and Pragmatic Analyses of Igbo Names
Onumajuru, V. C. (307-324)

22. PHCN, Please Help Clean Nigeria. “Ise Ni Ounise, Mura Si Ise Ore Mi”, Work Is an Antidote for Poverty: An Exhibition of Paintings by Master Water Colourist/ Artist and Social Critic, Ijalobomo
Graves, P. Nelson (325-344)

23. Visuality and Representation in Traditional Igbo Uli Body and Mud Wall Paintings
Onwuakpa, S. (345-357)