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Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, Number 14

 

Title of Article: Resuscitating Masquerade Festival for Tourism Development in Enugu and Anambra States
Author(s): Pat. Uche Okpoko and Emeka E. Okonkwo

 

Title of Article: Archaeology and National Development in Nigeria
Author(s): Ifeoma Eze-Uzoamaka

 

Title of Article: Notes on the Similarities and Differences Between Wild and Domesticated Yam in Parts of Igboland, Eastern Nigeria
Author(s): E.I. Itanyi

 

Title of Article: The Genesis of the Church Missionary Society (CMS) Medical Mission in Igboland 1893-1911: A Historical Analysis
Author(s): Francis Anyika

 

Title of Article: Beyond the Big Hoes and Yam Mounds: A Re-appraisal of Ezza Traditional Economy
Author(s): Uchenna Anyanwu

 

Title of Article: Livestock Nutrition, Health and Development: A Historical Survey of Heifer Project International (HPI) in Bui Division of Cameroon since 1986
Author(s): Ngalim A. Nyuymenka

 

Title of Article: Twentieth Century Inter-Group Relations in Yorubaland: A Retrospective and Perspective Analysis
Author(s): Folasade O. Ifamose

 

Title of Article: Issues and Considerations for Utilization of Public Relations for Effective Public Administration in Nigeria
Author(s): Nnanyelugo Okoro

 

Title of Article: A Comparative Analysis of the Traditional and Modern Methods of Communication in Africa
Author(s): Nwokolo P.N.

 

Title of Article: How the Press Impinges on the Political and Sociocultural Sub-Systems
Author(s): Stella A. Aririguzoh

 

Title of Article: Music and the Search for Beauty
Author(s): Christian Onyeji

 

Title of Article: The Myths of Iyi Une and Obike Creative Inputs in EkeUne
Author(s): Iwu Ikwubuzo

 

Title of Article: From Stage to Living; A Critical Reflection on the Status of the Modern Nigerian Actor
Author(s): Uche-Chinemere Nwaozuzu

 

Title of Article: A Peg in its Hole: An African View of Traditional Igbo Theatre
Author(s): Nnanna Ndubisi

 

Title of Article: Political Jobbers and the Leadership Question in Emeka Nwabueze: A Parliament of Vultures
Author(s): Norbert Oyibo Eze

 

Title of Article: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie The Purple Hibiscus: An Allegorical Story of Man Struggle for Freedom
Author(s): Florence O. Orabueze

 

Title of Article: Literature and the Undecidable
Author(s): M.C. Onunkwo

 

Title of Article: Problems of Alternative Language Phonology: A Big-Directional Focus on Igbo and Yoruba Phoneme
Author(s): B.N. Anasiudu

 

Title of Article: Form a Paradigm: A Joiner Against Nominal Compound in Igbo
Author(s): B.M. Mbah

 

Title of Article: Grammaticalized Modals in Ibibio
Author(s): Escor E. Udosen

 

Title of Article: French as Nigeria Second Official Language: Need for Policy Formulation and Implementation
Author(s): Iwuchukwu M.O.

 

Title of Article: Zur Bedeutung von Fremdsprachen im Enkwicklungsprozess Nigerias
Author(s): Awa Samuel

 

Title of Article: Nigeria Wobbly Journey to Democracy: A Philosopher Viewpoint
Author(s): Obiora Anichebe

 

Title of Article: Democracy in Nigeria: Retrospect and Prospects
Author(s): A.E. Agbogu

 

Title of Article: Brainwashed Africans: The Achievements of Imperialism
Author(s): Paul Obi-Ani

 

Title of Article: Nigeria and the Politics of African Union (AU)
Author(s): Jonah Onuoha

 

Title of Article: Site Specific Sculpture/Nature-Art Platform in Nigeria: Confessions of a Fragrance
Author(s): Tonie Okpe

 

Title of Article: Of Wars, Soldiers and Historians
Author(s): Uchenna Anyanwu

 

Title of Article: Of Wars, Soldiers and Historians
Author(s): Uchenna Anyanwu

 

Title of Article: Of Wars, Soldiers and Historians
Author(s): Uchenna Anyanwu

 

 

 

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