Vol. 1 No. 1

Journal of Environmental and Tourism Education (JETE)​​

Table of Contents

Preliminary pages
Determinants of Rural Settlement Patterns and Impacts on the Environment of Some Settlements in Cross River State, Nigeria

Benjamin Ayua Ambe, Mrs. Mary J. Imoke, and Dr. Demitrus Oba

Awareness Strategies and Attitude Towards Sewage Disposal Among the Inhabitants of Calabar Education Zone in Cross River State, Nigeria

Addo, Doris Elemi and Agba, Peter Ukwondi

Capacity Building and Perception of Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching of Environmental Education Among Secondary School Teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria

Dr. Egbonyi, Etuki Eborty; Mrs. Idongesit E. Ephraim and Remi Modupe Omoogun

Tourism Laws and Environmental Litigations in Nigeria

Dr. Cassidy Etta Agbor and John Okpa Ukwetang Ph.D.

Social Studies Curriculum Evaluation: Issues, Problems and Prospects in the 21st Century

Dr. Unimna F. A. and Ameh, Paulina Mercy

Evaluation of Marketing Potentials of Lakes as Ecotourism Assets in Cross River State, Nigeria

Dr. Demitrus Okim Oba; Rebecca Abang and Dr. Benjamin Ambe

Influence of African Traditional Religion and Practices on Sustainable Conservation of Natural Resources in Akamkpa Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria

Sam, Ime Edet; Onnoghen N. Usang and Etefia, Titus E.

Gender, Income Level and Attitude of Teachers Towards Solid Waste Management in Calabar Education Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria

Anthony Obi Odok and Usang Nkanu Onnoghen

Perception as a Framework for Human Interaction with the Environment: A Case Study of Biase Local Government, Nigeria

Etim Nkanu Efut; Vincent Oyamo and Egbonyi Darlington Egbe

Perception of Climate Change Among Secondary School Teachers in Calabar South and its Implication for Planning Environmental Education Curriculum

Dr. Egbonyi, Etuki Eborty, Dr. Orim R. Ekonesi and Mrs. Mary J. Imoke

Accelerating Agro-Allied Industrial Growth for Job Creation and Poverty Alleviation Among Rural Women by Development Initiative on Poverty Reduction (IDDIPR)

Ajede, Salamat A. Ph.D

Social Studies Education: A Tool for National Development in Nigeria

Unimna Fidelis Abunimye.Ph.D and Ohanyere, Christopher C.

Assessment of Hygiene Practices on the Health of Secondary School Students in Biase Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria

Dr. Elijah Eghong Ivi and Assem, Okorie Evong

Perception of the Influence of Socio-Economic Factors and Academic Performance of Students in College of Health Technology, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria

Dr. Elijah Eghong Ivi and Omoogun, Remi M.

Demographic Variables and Awareness of Waste Management Among Academics in Cross River and Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria

Udom, Imo Cosmas and Egbonyi Darlington Egbe

Role of Academics in Improving Waste Management Awareness Among Academic Staff in Cross River State and Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria

Egbonyi Darlington Egbe and Udom, Imo Cosmas

Curbing Fuel Wood Crises in Nigeria: The Role of Environmental Adult Education

Anthony, Godwin Bullem Ph.D and Ulaye Agnes Ingiagar

Indigenous Education and Environmental Sustainability in Southern Cross River State, Nigeria

Eyo, Eneyo Okon Ph.D

Teachability of Environmental Education in Post-Secondary School in Nigeria, A Case of Calabar Municipality Cross River State, Nigeria

Dr. John Okpa Ukwetang and Dr. Cassidy Agbor

Vocational Education and Opportunities for Sustainable Livelihoods for Women in Rural Areas: A Study of Cewoy Cara Foundation in Ilodo, Ijebu, Ogun State, South West, Nigeria

Ajede, Salamat A.

Forestry Education and Sustainable Forest Management in Southern Cross River State, Nigeria

Dr. Udumo, Bassey O., Uba, James Uba and Etim Nkanu Efut

Correlative Study of Emotional Intelligence and Librarians’ Productivity in Universities in Cross River State: Implications for Counseling

Prof. Ruth Simon Bassey and Mfon Eyo, Ph.D

Information and Communication Technology: The Leading Way for Teaching and Learning in Nigeria

Orim, Richard Ekonesi (Ph.D), Opoh, fredrick awhen (Ph.D) & Igwe, B Ifeanyi


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