British Journal of Arts and Social Sciences
ISSN: 2046-9578, ©BritishJournal Publishing, Inc. 2012
Volume 09 No. 02 October 2012
Farmers’ Awareness, Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change in Adamawa State, Nigeria104-115
A.A. Adebayo, J.I. Onu, E.F. Adebayo and S.O. Anyanwu
 
An Analysıs In Purpose to the Facebook and Twitter Users in Turkey116-125
Assist. Prof. Dr. Mine Demirtas
 
Democracy and National Identities: The Travails of National National Security in Nigeria 126-140
Abiodun Fatai
 
Religious Fanaticism and Fundamentalism in Nigeria Since 1980: A Historical Perspective 141-155
Adamolekun, Taiye (Ph.D.)
 
Gender Participation in Environmental Management in Tofa local Government Area of Kano State: Implications for Sustainable Development 156-167
Nuratu Mohammed PhD and Bayero University, Kano
 
Isolation of Teaching Effectiveness Factors from Nigerian Senior Secondary School Chemistry Students’ Point of View 168-182
Dr. (Mrs.) Toyin E. Owoyemi and Dr. Francis A. Adesoji
 
The Language of Justice: An Analysis of Three Appellate Rulings on Election Petitions 183-198
Moses Alo and Ebenezer Oluseun Ogungbe
 
Political Stability and the Foreign Direct Investment Inflows in Pakistan 199-213
Arfan Shahzad, Dawood Ali Mithani, Abdullah Kaid Al-Swidi and Faudziah Hanim Bt Fadzil
 
Self Esteem and Locus of Control as Correlates of Adolescents Well Functioning 214-228
Dr. Barnabas E. Nwankwo, Prof. Shyngle K. Balogun, Tobias O. Chukwudi and Nancy C. Ibeme
 
The organizational impacts of information systems: Analysis and proposal of a methodological framework 229-239
Dr:Aichi Kamel, Dr :Delmi Lakhder and Dr :Zitouni Ammar
 
Technology and Learning Styles in the GE Classroom: Towards Developing Blended Learning Systems for the 21st Century Learner 240-256
Edmund G. Centeno and Narong Sompong, Phd
 
Employment Discrimination and its Constitutional Context in South Africa 257-266
CM van der Bank and M van der Bank
 
The Use of Stylistic Devices to Raise Religious Consciousness in C.S. Lewis’ “The Screwtape Letters” 267-276
Jamila Bisi Aduke Suleiman, Luka Barnabas Jauro and Niri Mangs Job