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GST201

NIGERIAN PEOPLES AND CULTURE. Course Code. GST 201. Course Title. Nigerian Peoples and Culture. Course Developer/ Writer. Dr. Cyrille D. Ngamen Kouassi. Department of Sociology/Anthropology. Igbinedion University, Okada. Benin-City. Course Editor. Prof. Bertram A. Okolo. Faculty of Arts. University of Benin.

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GST 113: NIGERIAN PEOPLES AND CULTURE (2 UNITS) A B+ B

GST 113: NIGERIAN PEOPLES AND CULTURE (2 UNITS). A B+ B C+ C. D. E. F. 1. 09/04/01/297. 10. 30. 40. E. 0.0. 0.0. PASS. 2. 10/04/01/129. 06. 34. 40. E. 0.0. 0.0. PASS. 3. 10/04/01/152. 00. 40. 40. E. 0.0. 0.0. PASS. 4. 12/04/01/187. 10. 35. 45. D. 2.0. 4.0. PASS. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 1. 3. 0. 4. A B+ B C+ C. D. E. F. 1. 13/04/02/ ...

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The Relevance of the Culture of Origin to Nation Building in Nigeria

empires that occupied what is today known as. Nigeria, the different major cultural groups have had their traditions of origin. The different segments of these major groups have had their traditions which have combined with the origins of the major groups to play a dual role of integration and disintegration among the people.

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GST 113: NIGERIAN PEOPLES AND CULTURE (2 UNITS

GST 113: NIGERIAN PEOPLES AND CULTURE (2 UNITS). A. B. C D. F. 1. 14/03/ 01/128. 10. 26. 36. F 0.0. 0.0. FAIL. 2. 15/03/01/016. 08. 26. 34. F 0.0. 0.0. FAIL. 3. 15/03/01/038. 14. 31. 45. D. 2.0. 4.0. PASS. 4. 15/03/01/054. 22. 34. 56. C. 3.0. 6.0. PASS. 5. 15/03/01/108. 10. 35. 45. D. 2.0. 4.0. PASS. 6. 15/03/01/116. 14. 31.

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The Impact of Nigerian Cultural Elements on the Design of Print

Findings show that Nigerian cultural elements were used in the design of the advertisements. These cultural elements were informative and persuasive enough to enhance product patronage as people believed them to be original and indigenous. The study concludes that communication of information about products ...

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COVENANT UNIVERSITY NIGERIA TUTORIAL KIT OMEGA

What is the place of Elders, in Nigerian heritage? 6. What is your opinion represent the world view of Nigerian peoples. 7. Discuss social practices peculiar to Nigerian people using four major ethnic groups. 8. Explain in details the essentials in a museum layout? 9. Culture is static. Do you agree? State reasons for your ...

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identity by giving sacred blessings to cultural norms values and practices in the society” (p. 160). Ethnic identities which include religion, race, and language among others enhance nation building. Religion and ethnic identity promote diverse cultural practices in Nigeria and give people a sense of belonging. 90. Abstract.

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The Effects of Globalization on African Culture: The Nigerian

The concern over the cultural. implications of globalization is for good reasons; apart from the fact that culture has serious business. The Effects Of Globalization On African Culture: The Nigerian Perspective. www.iosrjournals.org 63 | Page. implications, it is the people's identity and also, a binding force that holds them ...

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Cultural issues about doing business in Nigeria: Case study

May 18, 2010 ... Since culture is people's way of life which influences there lifestyle, it means that doing business in Nigeria requires a survey on how to handle or manage different cultural background in Nigeria, as what is good in the South may not be good in the North. This research will focus on some salient issues.

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NIGERIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE: PRESERVATION

the people. It provides cohesion in the social order by promoting a sense of belonging and collective consciousness, a point fervently argues by Emile Durkheim 1897. Preservation of Nigerian cultural heritages is capable of promoting collective consciousness in terms of unity, oneness, nationalism and fostering peaceful ...

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GST 113

UNIVERSITY OF MAIDUGURI. (Office of Vice-Chancellor). CENTRE FOR DISTANCE LEARNING. FIRST SEMESTER EXAMINATION RESULTS, 2012/ 2013 SESSION. Course Code: GST 113. Course Title: NIGERIAN, PEOPLES AND CULTURE. Unit: 2 UNITS. Examiner: PROF. JOEL P. DADA. S/No I.D No. CA Exam Total.

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Culture and curriculum development in Nigerian schools

agencies in the educative process and curriculum development. Key words: Influence, culture, education, curriculum development, Nigerian. INTRODUCTION. Culture is a complex whole which includes knowledge, beliefs, arts, morals, customs and any other capabilities acquired by man as a member of the society. It is the.

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“Culture Education” and the Challenge of Globalization in Modern

colonial Nigeria had to contend. A Legacy Africa Lost to the West. Since culture is the aggregation of what defines a people, and “culture education” is the method of dissemination and acquisition of cultural heritage, I would like to discuss a very significant event that took place in. 1977. In that year Nigeria played host to the ...

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Culture and Policy Implementation: An Appraisal of Population

Vol. 2 No. 17; September 2012. 226. Culture and Policy Implementation: An Appraisal of Population Policy in Nigeria. ENANG, EBINGHA E, PhD. USHIE, MICHAEL, PhD. Department of Sociology. University of Calabar. Nigeria. Abstract . Population policies are deliberately constructed and sometimes modified institutional ...

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African Cultural Practices and Health Implications for Nigeria Rural

Key Words: Culture, African Societies, Health, Implications and Rural Development. Introduction. African continent is one of the largest continents of the world and it's a multi-ethnic society with its peculiar nature and diverse practices (Ojua and Omono, 2012). Also one sees that Nigeria as a country is made up of people ...

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gsp

Jul 17, 2017 ... GSP 208 Nigerian Peoples and Cultures. 35 Mins. Tues., July 18, 2017 9.00am – 3.00pm. 3. GSP 106 Natural Science II. 35 Mins. Tues., July 18, 2017 3.00pm – 6.00pm*. 4. GSP 102 Basic Grammar & Varieties of Writing 35 Mins. Wed., July 19, 2017 9.00am – 6.00pm. * Please, note that the sameness of ...

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Influence of Ethnicity and Religion in Nigerian Elections and the

Sep 1, 2017 ... development in Nigeria, the leaders soon discovered that the model was essentially abstract in nature as it paid no attention to the historical specificity of the people, but treated development as something that was no way connected to the Nigerian peoples and culture [1]. In the series of the colonialist ...

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Department of History and International Relations Student Handbook

Nigerian Peoples and Culture. 2. GES 1041. Community Service. 1. FRE 1111. French Grammar 1. 3. LAW1111. Nigerian Legal System. 2. HUM 1111. Introduction to Humanities. 2. HIR 1111. Introduction to History. 3. HIR 1121. Major World civilizations. 3. HIR 1411. Introduction to International Relations. 3. Total Credits.

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The Role of Indigenous Films in Preserving Culture in Nigeria: An

May 18, 2015 ... This brings us to the issues of the role of film in preserving culture in Nigeria. The Nigerian culture has suffered untold damage over the past years due to cultural imperialism which has crept into the society via communication facilities like radio , films etc . Due to this the. Nigerian people have been forced to ...

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Educating People With Special Needs in Nigeria: Present and

For a long time, children with special needs were educated along with other regular children in schools. The notion of special education was a western phenomenon and concept in Nigeria. How were children with special needs educated without special education programs? This paper will provide cultural perspectives on ...

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