Social Sciences And Management International Journal

Vol 1, issue 2

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Social Sciences and Management International Journal (SSMIJ) is an open access and double blind peer-reviewed journal published by Brainspec Research & Publishing House. The main objective of SSMIJ is to promote interdisciplinary studies in the social sciences and management, and provides an intellectual platform for knowledge sharing among scholars. SSMIJ aims to become the leading journal in the social sciences and management Nigeria and globally. SSMIJ publishes research papers in the fields of management, economics, psychology, political science, sociology, marketing, finance, banking, accounting, human resources management, development studies, international business, hotel and tourism, entrepreneurship development, business ethics, population studies, corporate governance, cross-cultural studies, public administration, philosophy, social welfare, anthropology etc. The journal is published in both printed and online versions. Manuscripts submitted for publication should be sent as email attachment to the Editorial Coordinator at ssmij@brainspecresearch.com
    Article 1
  1. CROSSING THE BAR WITH FEMALE EDUCATION IN AKWA IBOM STATE: APPRAISAL OF 2009 – 2015 in Page(s) 1-13
  2. MOSES IDONGESIT PETERS, ANIEKAN ETIM BASSEY, 3 and NSIDIBE A.USORO, Ph.D 1,2,&3. Department of Sociology and Anthropology University of Uyo, Uyo Correspondent author: petersmoses@yahoo.com, 09055479040, 08027423809

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  3. THE ROLE OF THE MEDIA IN EXPOSING CORRUPTION: A CASE STUDY OF THE NDDC in Page(s) 14-35
  4. DANIEL ETOKIDEM Department of Mass Communication Akwa Ibom State University danetokidem@gmail.com

    Article 3
  5. NIGERIA DIVERSIFICATION AGENDAAND ECONOMIC GROWTH: THE ROLE OF AGRICULTURE in Page(s) 36-51
  6. NORA F. IYANG Department of Economics University of Uyo, Uyo Nora_iyang@yahoo.com +2348036744284 UBONG E. EFFIONG Department of Economics University of Uyo, Uyo ubongeffiong3@gmail.com; +2347060490254 and JOEL I. OKON Department of Statistics Central Bank of Nigeria, Uyo Joel1914esiere@gmail.com ; +2348162542325

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  7. THE ROLE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION IN IMPROVING HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN LOW INCOME SOCIETIES: AKWA IBOM STATE EXPERIENCE. in Page(s) 52-64
  8. VICTOR EFFIONG BEN Department of Sociology and Anthropology University of Uyo, Uyo Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria Email: vikeben4reality2007@yahoo.com(+23409081334030) and GERTRUDE A. ARCHIBONG Department of Educational Foundations, Guidance and Counselling, University of Uyo, Uyo Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria gertrudeaarchibong@uniuyo.edu.ng (+234 08064314033)

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  9. AN EVALUATION OF THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE INFORMAL SECTOR IN EMPLOYMENT AND INCOME GENERATION IN NIGERIA: THEMATIC APPROACH. in Page(s) 65-97
  10. FRIDAY EYO UKO, MBUOTIDEM JOHN AKPANOYORO Department of Economics, University of Uyo, Uyo, Akwa Ibom state, Nigeria. Email: Friday_uko@yahoo.com and boutimajon@yahoo.com +234-803-877-0394, +234-802-971-5586 and EKPE, JOHN POLYCARP Department of Economics University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu, Nigeria ekpe.john.pg87166@um.edu.ng

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  11. EXCHANGE RATE, INFLATION AND THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY in Page(s) 98-107
  12. OFONIME M. AKPAN Department of Economics, Akwa Ibom State College of Education, Afaha Nsit ofonadolf@gmail.com and KUFRE A. PAUL Department of Economics, University of Uyo paulkufre@gmail.com

    Article 7
  13. INFORMATION MANAGEMENT OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON PUBLIC HEALTH IN AKWA IBOM STATE in Page(s) 108-125
  14. DANIEL IME ETOKIDEM Department of Mass Communication School of Communication Arts Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic, Ikot Osurua danetokidem@gmail.com UNWANA-ABASI SUNDAY UDOH Department of Public Administration Akwa Ibom State University, Nigeria unwanabasiudoh@Aksu.edu.ng and OBI ROWLAND IHEANYICHUKWU Department Public Administration Federal Polytechnic Nekede Owerri, Imo State obirowland75@gmail.com

    Article 8
  15. FUEL SUBSIDY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA: AN EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE in Page(s) 126-138
  16. CHIKANELE ASURU, Ph.D and PATIMI EBIKEISEYE Department of Economics Ignatius Ajuru University of Education Port Harcourt, Rivers State Chiasu4favour@gmail.com

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  17. FUEL SUBSIDY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA: AN EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE in Page(s) 126-138
  18. CHIKANELE ASURU, Ph.D and PATIMI EBIKEISEYE Department of Economics Ignatius Ajuru University of Education Port Harcourt, Rivers State Chiasu4favour@gmail.com

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  19. INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR-THE NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE in Page(s) 138-150
  20. JOSEPH OKE OMORO, Ph.D (Associate Professor) Department of Sociology, Federal University, Otuoke Nigeria email:joseph.omoro@yahoo.com,+2348062093311 and EMMANUEL OBUKOVWO OKAKA, Ph.D Department of Political Science & Sociology, College of Social & Management Sciences Western Delta University, Oghara, Delta State Email: 4demma@gmail.com