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Correlation between Annual Leave as a Tool for Motivation and Staff Productivity in Tertiary Institutions in Cross River State, Nigeria

Dr Glory Emmanuel Edoho, Dr Esther Bassey Arikpo & Dr Bella Charles Olabisi Abstract This study investigated annual leave as a tool of motivation and staff productivity in tertiary institutions. To achieve the purpose of this study, one research question was posed, and one null hypothesis was formulated. Survey research design was adopted for the …

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Perceived Influence of Utilization of Evidence from Educational Research and Evaluation on National Transformation

Dr Vincent Obowu-Adutchay Abstract The study employed a survey research design and was guided by two research questions. Population of the study was made up of male and female staff of one federal university secondary school and one state owned university secondary school. A sample of four hundred (400) respondents was drawn using Taro Yamene …

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Islamic Psychology: A Panacea for Addressing Crises in the Muslim-dominated States in Nigeria

Tahir A. Abubakar, Abubakar Hamza Kaikai & Oteniya Mojeed Gbenga Abstract This paper aimed at discussing the Islamic psychology as a panacea for addressing crises among Muslim-dominated states. In order to showcase the aim of the paper, the authors explained the concept of Islamic Psychology to show how it is different from any other branch …

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Teacher’s Influence on Scholastic Motivation of Adolescents in Secondary Schools in Enugu State

Dr Eberechukwu Francisca Chigbu, Dr Peter Ndubuisi Chukwu, & Patience Nwobodo Abstract This study determined teacher’s influence on scholastic motivation of adolescents in Enugu State, Nigeria. The study adopted a descriptive survey design with a sample of 400 senior secondary school I (SSSI) students drawn through simple random sampling technique from ten schools. The instrument …

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Perceived Influence of Guidance and Counselling Services on Career Choice among Students in Secondary Schools in Makurdi Local Government Area of Benue State

Dr Aminu Sani & Umar Jirah Fwafu Abstract This study investigated the influence of guidance and counselling services on students’ career choice in Makurdi Local Government Area of Benue State. The study was guided by three research questions. The study adopted a descriptive survey research design. The population of the study consisted of 7,472 students …

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The Nature, Consequences and Prevention of Armed Banditry in Nigeria: Counselling Implications

Dr Grace Onyowo Ugboha & Diana Gunggung Munidang Abstract This paper examined the nature, consequences and prevention of armed banditry in Nigeria, and the implications of these to counselling. Banditry which is the prevalence of violent crimes involves the use of force to intimidate a person with the intention to rob, rape or kill. Banditry …

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Assigned Responsibility and Promotion as Perceived Determinants of Teachers’ Job Performance in Public Secondary Schools in North Central Geopolitical Zone of Nigeria

Dr Nguwasen Patricia Mando & Simon Terzungwe Guda Abstract This study investigated assigned responsibility and promotion as perceived determinants of teachers’ job performance in public secondary schools in North Central geopolitical zone of Nigeria. Two research questions guided the study. The study employed descriptive survey design. The population was 44,342 teachers from 1,656 public secondary …

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Guidance and Counsellors’ Roles in Equipping Nigerian University Graduates for Employability and Competiveness in the Global Market

Dr Eberechukwu Francisca Chigbu & Dr Sunusi Muhammad Kani Abstract The study investigated guidance counsellors’ roles in equipping Nigerian university graduates for employability and competitiveness in the global market. One research question and one hypothesis were formulated to guide the study. The study adopted a survey research design. The population of the study consisted of …

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Factors Hindering Students from Accessing Guidance and Counselling Services

Dr Helen Efeyadu Uzoekwe, Dr Grace Chinyere Nnadi, Dr Francisca Eberechukwu Chigbu, Dr Edna Nkechi Ofojebe & Dr Obianuju Blessing Muokwelu Abstract This study is carried out in Awka, Anambra state, Nigeria and it adopts a survey research design in identifying factors hindering students from accessing guidance and counselling services. The study was guided by …

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Role of Social Studies Education towards Meeting Democratic Leadership Challenges in Nigeria: Implications for Nation Building

Dr Victoria Simon Akpama, Christopher C. Ohanyere & Obazi Nkanu Inyang Abstract Nigeria as a democratic nation has been plagued over the years with enormous democratic leadership challenges which have undermined her attempt at nation building. These challenges range from tribalism, nepotism, lack of authentic voters’ register, ethno-religious conflict, economic and political instability among others. …

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