Journal of Environmental and Tourism Education (JETE) is published by the Department of
Environmental Education, Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, Nigeria, in association with
Environmental and Tourism Educators & Researchers Association of Nigeria (ETERAN). The ISSNs
of the journal are 2659-0794 (print) and 2659-0808 (online). It has both print and online versions.

EDITORS
Prof. Ajayi C. Omoogun – Department of Environmental Education, Faculty of

Education, University of Calabar, Nigeria

Prof. Moses. E. Inyang-Abia – Department of Environmental Education, Faculty of

Education, University of Calabar, Nigeria

CONSULTING EDITORS
Prof. Sarah N. Oden – Institute of Education, University of Calabar, Nigeria
Prof. Imo E. Umoinyang – Institute of Education, University of Calabar, Nigeria
Prof. Donald B. Enu – Department of Social Science Education Faculty of Education,

University of Calabar, Nigeria

Prof. Rock Eze – Faculty of Education, Abia State University, Uturu, Nigeria
Prof. C. B. Ben – Department of Vocation Education, Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, Nigeria.

Prof. F. Anijah-Obi Edem – Faculty of Education, Akwa Ibom State University, Nigeria
Prof. S. I. Akpama – Department of Continuing Education and Development Studies,

Faculty of Education, University of Calabar.

Prof. A. O. Ajake – Department of Geography and Environmental Science, Faculty of

Social Science, University of Calabar.

Dr. Mfon Eyo – Department of Guidance and Counselling Faculty of Education, 

University of Calabar.

Dr. O. Dada – Department of Special Education, Faculty of Education, University of Calabar.

Dr. Linus Obong – Department of Geography and Environmental Science, Faculty of

Social Science, University of Calabar.

Dr. Demitrus Okim – Department of Geography and Environmental Science, Faculty of

Social Science, University of Calabar.

Dr. Comfort N. Agbor – Department of Environmental Education, Faculty of Education,

University of Calabar.

Dr. Emmanuel Emanghe – Department of Educational Administration and Planning,

Faculty of Education, University of Calabar.

Dr. Fidelis Unimna – Department of Social Science Education, Faculty of Education,

University of Calabar

Dr. Okeme Isaac – Department of Vocational Education, Faculty of

Education, University of Calabar.

MANAGING/PRODUCTION EDITOR
Dr. Benjamin A. Ambe – Department of Environmental Education, Faculty of

Education, University of Calabar.

Journal of Environmental and Tourism Education invites researchers, educators,

environmentalists, teachers, school administrators and stakeholders in Environment and

Education to send in manuscripts. Papers accepted will be published in the next issue of

that year, usually in June and November.

Send manuscripts to: The Editor, Journal of Environmental and Tourism Education,

Departments of Environmental Education, Faculty of Education, University of

Calabar, Nigeria. PMB 1115;

E-mail: environmentaleducation2015@gmail.com

Telephone: +2348032736680

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1. Submission of Paper should be by e-mail attachment in MS Word format and APA

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4. All submissions undergo double blind review.

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6. Papers should not exceed 8,000 words and should include an abstract of not more

than 250 words.

7. The views expressed in the publication are those of the authors and do not in any way

reflect the position of the journal.

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Vol. 5 no. 1

Table of contents

Preliminary pages
Effect of Education on the Fertility Behaviour of Women in Calabar Municipality of Cross River State Nigeria

Unwanede Chibuzo Christiana, Tangban, Egbe Ebagu & Eja Eja Iwara

Evaluating the Influence of Demographic Variables on Lecturers’ Perception Of Curriculum Hegemony Of Federal Universities In South-South Nigeria

Agbor, Cassidy Etta & Asuquo, Edung Etim

Public Awareness of Tourism Benefits in Cross River State, Nigeria

Offiong, Agnes Edet Asuquo, Ojong, Aganyi Asu & Oyamo, Vincent Ita

Rural Poverty Indices and Forest Resources Conservation in Nsit Ibom, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria

Agiande, Denis U., Ukah, Julius, Kingsley Charles Edet & Okon, Salome Uwem

Managing Bullying Behaviour of Secondary School Adolescents through Counselling in Jos Metropolis, Plateau State, Nigeria

Grace Onyowo Ugboha, Joshua Y. Rotshak

Influence of Educational Status on Solid Waste Management in Cross River State, Nigeria

Dr. (Mrs) Asor, Love Joseph, Dr. (Mrs) Cecilia, Akpana Beshel,  Ojong, Aganyi Asu, Dr. Usang Nkanu Onnoghen & Tawo, Catherine Njong

Adequacy of Physical Facilities And Students’ Academic Performance among Undergraduate Students in Environmental Education, University of Calabar – Nigeria

Dr Agbor, Comfort Nkongho & Prof Ololube, Prince Nwachukwu

Outdoor Education: A Panacea For Environmental Sustainability in Cross River State, Nigeria

Dr. Igwebuike, Osedumme & Agbor, Cassidy Eta

Tertiary Students’ Perception of the Utilization of ICT for Post-Covid-19 Instruction in Calabar Education Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria

Ikpeme, Nyenime Daniel, Okri, John Arikpo, Ugboma, Giftie Emmanuel

Hindrances to the Acquisition of Basic Computer Literacy Skills in Adult Literacy Centers And Economic Development In Post Covid-19 in Yakurr Local Government Area

Asor, L. J. PhD & Andong H. A

Impact of Herders and Crop Farmers Conflicts on Rural Livelihoods in Selected Rural Communities in Ogun State, Nigeria

Adeniyi, Adekunle Adisa & Wahab, Tajudeen

Determinant Variables Influencing Tourism Employment: Empirics from Destination Cross River, Nigeria

Linus Beba Akeh

Analysis of Intra-Rural Migration in Obudu, Cross River State, Nigeria

Oko, P. E; Anake, C. B.; F. A; Udumo, B. O., Abanyam, V. A. & Odey, D. U

Remote Sensing, Geographic Information System Approaches: Environmental Technology Tools for Forecasting, Early Warning and Response in Disaster Risk Reduction in Nigerian States Waste Management, Climate Change in Covid-19 Era

Akpo, David Mbu, Ephraim, Idongesit Emmanuel & Ikara, Mary Daniel

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