2 edition of Critical perspectives on Nigeria"s socio-political development in the 20th century found in the catalog.
Critical perspectives on Nigeria"s socio-political development in the 20th century
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by "Gboyega Ajayi.|
|LC Classifications||JQ3096 .C75 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 230 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||230|
|LC Control Number||00690359|
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International Society for Development and Sustainability (ISDS) Cite this paper as: Okoro, K.N. (), òNigeria and the socio-economic globalization of the 20th century: A historical re-consideration, International Journal of Development and Sustainability, Vol.
1 No. 3, pp. * Corresponding author. E-mail address: [email protected] Critical perspectives on Nigeria’s socio-political development in the 20th century, (pp), Lagos, Stebak Books. Akinbi, J.O. (): “Corruption in the politics and economy of Nigeria: Implications for national development”, in Nigerian Journal of Economic History (NJEH), Nos 5 & 6, Development aid to Nigeria has been low compared to other African countries and has reduced considerably since its peak in Net overseas development aid was roughly USD 11 billion in2 billion in and less than 1 billion in Half of this was for health and population projects/programmes, and one quarter for debt relief.
Background to the late Twentieth Century. Over the past fifty years since independence (), Nigeria has drawn over $ billion from its oil revenue. 7 It has also received over $ billion in foreign aid. 8 These have, unfortunately, not translated into social and economic prosperity for millions of its citizens.
Rather, the country, in spite of the immense human and mineral endowments. availability no doubt has become a threat to established socio-political and economic mechanisms for development.
Keywords: Small arms, Light weapons, Insurgence, Development, Militias 1. INTRODUCTION Nigeria no doubt is an inimitable country where thousands of people who are multi-ethnic, multi-cultural and multi-religious co-exist. These essays are taken from the many symposiums diagnosing Nigeria's prolonged stagnation.
The book is designed as a companion to the author's previous book Managing Uncertainty: Competition and Strategy in Emerging Economies which won the Boshorun M.K.O. Abiola prize as the best academic book published in Nigeria in The five parts of the book are Strategy and the Nigerian.
Countries´, (pp. ) in A. Garba (ed.), Development Thought, P ol ic y A dv ice an d E co nom ic Development in Africa in the 20th Century: Lessons fo r th e 21 st Century: Ibadan: Ibadan.
corruption in Nigeria and, by extension, had impeded meaningful socio-economic development. It is an incontrovertible fact that corruption has been the bane of Nigeria’s development.
Thus, without mincing words the phenomenon has ravaged the country and destroyed most of. Nigeria Political Issues: Overview, Causes and Solutions. Updated on Ma Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P. more. Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P is a writer on youths, social challenges and in engineering, which includes material engineering related topics.
Contact s: The Political, Economic and Social Dynamics of Nigeria: A Synopsis Aregbeshola R. Adewale The political economy of a country is pivotal to its economic dynamics as well as its social system.
While politics and the process of politicking do not necessarily give rise to the socialFile Size: KB. The 2nd President of Nigeria's Fourth Republic. He served as governor of Katsina State in northern Nigeria between and He was declared the winner of the controversial Nigerian general election ofheld on Ap and was sworn in on the situation became even more critical with % of Nigerians aged and % of those between Socio- Political Implications of Youth unemployment on Nigeria’s economic development DOI: / 29 | Page.
The historical legacies of colonial rule create some challenges for nation-building in Nigeria. Colonial rule divided Nigeria into North and South with different land tenure systems, local government administration, educational systems, and judicial systems.
While large British colonies like India and the Sudan had a single administrative. countries, their development potentials and some socio-political and cultural commonalities, they stand a very good chance of further solidifying and enriching their interactions with regard to several important issues, such as the development of democratic institutions and the redefinition of economic relations between the two states.
The Impact of Colonialism on the Development of Management in Nigeria Joe Duke II, Ph.D, MIMC the midth century. It argues that these conflicts had negatively affected the attitude of the local people within economic, socio-political, infrastructural and other progress, the organizations existing within it.
ABSTRACT: For about a century, the British colonial masters took full control of the political, economic and even the social life of the people called Nigerians today. This paper traces the impact of colonialism on the development of marketing in Nigeria.
It takes a look at the pre-colonial marketing practices of the nation-states and kingdoms File Size: KB. Political sociology is concerned with the sociological analysis of political phenomena ranging from the State and civil society to the family, investigating topics such as citizenship, social movements, and the sources of social power.
The lineage of this discipline is typically traced from such thinkers as Montesquieu, Smith and Ferguson through the founding fathers of sociology – Karl Marx.
economic development, culture, language and socio-political institution (Mangvwat, ). While these could also explain why federating units defy the frontier of their parochial allegiance and join others at the center with a purpose of unity (thus unity in diversity).
ETHNO-RELIGIOUS CRISIS AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: ISSUES, CHALLENGES AND THE WAY FORWARD Alegbeleye, Godwin Ilesanmi leadership in the country to tackle and resolve the hydra-heated socio-political and economic This approach was founded in the 17th century by John Smith Mills and was developed.
International Journal of Development and Economic Sustainability Vol.3, No.5, pp, October ___Published by European Centre for Research Training and Development UK () THE INSURGENCE A 61 (Print), (Online) ND SOCIO-POLITICAL ECONOMY IN NIGERIA Dr.
Adeoye AfolabiFile Size: KB. The Impact of Colonialism on the Development of Management in Nigeria generated by the policies of colonialism up tothe midth century. It argues that these conflicts had negatively affected Author: Joe Duke II.Understanding the economic context through key economic figures including the growth indicators of gross domestic product (GDP), level of government debt, inflation, unemployment rate, the distribution of economic activity by sector based on economic information from sources such as international economic organizations, national ministries and other useful sources of economic data.DEVELOPMENT: it is an overall trend or process in which socio- political and socio- economic transformation are achieved, it is the process of improving or changing the quality of a thing.
III. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT: It is an aspect of development that concerns the social aspect of life people as regard. Housing public health services.