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IJAH VOL 9(2) April, 2020


Table of content

  1. An Insight on the Historiography of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
  2. Buruk, W.-M. J. & Belete, B. Y. (1-12)

  3. Inclusive Humanism and the Socio-Economic Development of Nigeria
  4. Elechi, M. (13-23)

  5. A Philosophical Interpretation of the Concept of Authority in the African Milieu
  6. Onwuatuegwu, I. N. (24-31)

  7. Language, Social Media and Economic Development: Reports of Fulani Herdsmen’s Rampage in Benue State, Nigeria, 2018
  8. Umera-Okeke, Nneka (32-47)

  9. Literary Linguistics and Foregrounding: A Graphological Expedition of Helon Habila’s Measuring Time and Waiting for an Angel
  10. Awa, J. O. (48-66)

  11. Demystifying English Reading Comprehension: Implication for Teacher Classroom Practices in Osun State, Nigeria
  12. Adediran, A. O. (67-77)

  13. Absurdity of Human Existence in Albee’s Drama Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf
  14. Adhikary, R. P. (78-93)

  15. An Enemy of One’s Own: A Deconstructive Analysis of Patriarchal Subordination in Ifeoma Okoye’s Works
  16. Asiegbu, P. S. (94-106)

  17. Rustic Feminists in Clark-Bekederemo’s Drama
  18. Ngwoke, O. O. (107-124)

  19. Ceramic Art Practice in Ghana: A Genealogical Review
  20. Nortey, S., Amoanyi, R., & Aduba, D. A. (125-141)

  21. An Examination of Early Response to the Anglican Ordained Ministry by the Ikwerre of Niger Delta, 1895-1995
  22. Onu, Ben O. (142-153)

  23. The Practice of African Traditional Religion before the Introduction of Foreign Religions
  24. Olumati, R. (154-163)

  25. Rural Broadcasting: A Panacea for Rural Development in Nigeria
  26. Odionye, C. M. (164-176)

  27. The Odyssey of Third Cinema Theory in the Toxic Haze of Politics
  28. Dede, A. S. & Dienye, E. H. (177-189)

  29. “Yabbis” as Satiric Art in the Musical Performances of Fela Anikulapo Kuti in Postcolonial Africa
  30. Ejue, O. G. (190-202)

  31. Comparative Analysis of Management of Higher Education in Nigeria: Selected Universities as a Focal Point
  32. Uhunmwuangho, S. O. & Diakpomrere, V. O. (203-213)

  33. Marketing Orientation and Students Retention in Tanzania Higher Learning Institution: Mediating Role of Institutional Reputation
  34. Muya, F. & Tundui, H. (214-232)

  35. Capital Market and the Growth of Domestic Economy: Evidence from Nigeria
  36. Ogbonna, B. C. & Eze, O. M. (233-243)

  37. Healing Through Music and Dancing in Aladura Christianity
  38. Orakwe, J. T. (244-256)



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