IAAJAH
IGWEBUIKE | An African Journal of Arts and Humanities
Igwebuike: An African Journal of Arts and Humanities is a journal published by the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Tansian University, Umunya. IAAJAH is purely dedicated to the publication of original academic papers in the areas of the Arts and Humanities. Results of research are presented as fresh theories, hypotheses, and analyses of new ideas or discoveries. Extensions of existing theories and review of books of this nature are also covered within the standard range of this journal. The journal has a vision to put Africa and African intellectuals on the global map. However, this does not imply that non-Africans cannot publish in it.
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IAAJAH Volume 8

IAAJAH Vol. 8. No. 1 | MARCH

1. PERFORMANCE TECHNIQUES AND STYLES FOR THE UDUMALA MOTHER DRUM OF ABIGBO ENSEMBLE

Eunice Ukamaka Ibekwe PHD & Chima Albert Abiakwu FULL TEXT

2. A CRITIQUE OF ASOUZU'S CONCEPT OF IBUANYIDANDA PHILOSOPHY EXAMINED IN THE LIGHT OF CONTEMPORARY NIGERIAN SOCIETY

Victor Ogheneochuko Jeko., Ph. D & Amaka Patricia Nwana, PhD FULL TEXT

3. CLOUD SEEDING AND ITS EFFECTS IN THE ECOSYSTEM STRUCTURE

Nnoruga James N., PhD FULL TEXT

4. THE EFFECT OF INSECURITY ON SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN MAYO-BELWA

Rhoda Gibson Lesmore FULL TEXT

5. SACRED OBJECTS AND ECOSPIRITUALITY IN IGBOLAND

Nwanchor Otubo Edwin, PhD FULL TEXT

6. RELEVANCE THEORY AND ITS APPLICATION IN PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF LANGUAGE

Bagayang, Linda Abakasa FULL TEXT

7. WATER POLLUTION IN OJI RIVER URBAN IN VIEW OF ECO-THEOLOGY AND JUSTICE

Afunugo Kenechi Nnaemeka (PhD) & Nganwuchu Geoffrey Chiazo (Ph.D) FULL TEXT

8. VALUES AND GROWTH: INSIGHTS FROM THE PHENOMENAL IGBO APPRENTICESHIP SYSTEM

Columbus N. Ogbujah, PhD FULL TEXT

9. THE RE-AWAKENING OF THE WORSHIP AND VENERATION OF A MISINTERPRETED DEITY EKWENSU AMID THRIVING CHRISTIANITY IN OBOLLO, ENUGU STATE, NIGERIA

Tobias Chibuike Onah, PhD FULL TEXT

10. KPANTI-GIRIRI (CHIEF RAINMAKER) IN MUMUYE SOCIETY: BETWEEN MYTH AND KNOWLEDGE IN TRADITIONAL ATMOSPHERIC MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES

Hosea Nakina Martins FULL TEXT

11. NKEREFI AND ANAEVUNA RELATIONS IN PRE-COLONIAL NIGERIA

Austine Uchechukwu Igwe & Chukwu C. James FULL TEXT

12. THE NEED FOR CLERGY INVOLVEMENT IN ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS AND EDUCATION

Alokwu, C. Obiora, PhD FULL TEXT

13. IGWEBUIKE ETHIC AND THE CASE OF BIAFRAN AGITATION

Columbus N. Ogbujah, PhD & Ibifuro R. Jaja FULL TEXT

14. EXORCISM IN AFRICAN TRADITIONAL RELIGION AND ISLAM: A COMPARATIVE APPROACH

Hosea Nakina Martins & Salisu Ishaq Jibril, PhD & Auwal, Abdullahi FULL TEXT

15. TATTOO MARKING: A CHALLENGE TO THE CONTEMPORARY CHRISTIANS' CALL FOR MAINTENANCE OF THE BODY AS THE TEMPLE OF GOD

Demas Sam Sarki & Karbon, Philip Benjamin & Habila Katuka FULL TEXT

16. A STUDY OF UDENU'S ELABORATE FUNERAL CELEBRATIONS

Ngwu, Mabel Omavuaye, Ph.D FULL TEXT

17. JOURNALISTIC METAMORPHOSIS: ROBOT JOURNALISM ADOPTION IN NIGERIA IN A DIGITAL AGE

Desmond Onyemechi Okocha, PhD & Roxie Ojoma Ola-Akuma FULL TEXT

18. DESERTIFICATION OF LINGUISTIC ECOLOGY: THE SOUTHEAST EXPERIENCE

O. S. Akujobi, & Mirian Ucheike FULL TEXT

19. THE AFRICAN MUSICIAN AS A SOCIAL REFORMER: A PERISCOPIC ASSESSMENT OF ÒRÌSÀ OKO FESTIVAL MUSIC OF ÓKÉMESÍ-ÈKÌTÌ. SOUTH WEST NIGERIA

Báyo Ògúnyemí, Ph.D. FULL TEXT

IAAJAH Volume 7

IAAJAH Vol. 7. No. 1 | MARCH

1. THE PLIGHTS OF FEMALE INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS (IDPS)IN BORNO STATE: THE RESPONSE CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (CAN)

Obiefuna, B.A.C. & Adams, Peter Akpo FULL TEXT

2. THE METAPHYSICS OF EMPIRICISM: TWO DOGMAS OF EMPIRICISM REEXAMINED

IKHIANOSIME, Francis Eshemomoh FULL TEXT

3. MAINLINE DENOMINATIONS AND PENTECOSTAL - AFRICAN INITIATIVE CHURCHES: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS

Opara Eucharia FULL TEXT

4. AN ASSESSMENT OF GOVERNMENTAL ATTITUDE TOWARDS SMALL LANGUAGE GROUPS IN BENUE STATE: THE ETULO LANGUAGE EXAMPLE

Mbapuun, Tordue Festus & Jones, Ijoh Ayuw FULL TEXT

5. ASPECTS OF COMPOUNDING IN TIV

MBAPUUN, TORDUE FESTUS FULL TEXT

6. PSYCHOANALYTICAL REPROACH ON MIGRATION EXPERIENCES IN CHIKA UNIGWE'S NOVELS

Frank Aondoakaa Kyungun & Raphael Terhemba Tayol FULL TEXT

7. ZHIBAJE RITUAL FESTIVAL AND THE GBAGYI WORLD VIEW

Alheri Precious SARKI & Methuselah JEREMIAH FULL TEXT

8. PALESTINIAN INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS AND REFUGEES INSIDE ISRAEL: A SCHISMATIC HISTORY

Chukwuemeka Nwosu, Ph.D FULL TEXT

9. THE IMPACT OF IGWEBUIKE IDEOLOGY IN PEACE BUILDING AMONG AFRICAN PEOPLE

Okafor, Emmanuel Ikenna (Ph.D); Ude, Chizoba Chilotaram; Okolo, Rosemary Ngozi (Ph.D) & Amaechi-Ani, Nneka Nkiru FULL TEXT

10. MANAGING CRISIS IN BUSINESS THROUGH THE MEDIA APPROACH

Leader Stanley & Benemone E. Osadi, PhD FULL TEXT

11. REINCARNATION IN IGBO COSMOLOGY: A NEW LOOK

Valentine Chukwujekwu Mbachi, Ph.D FULL TEXT

12. ON THE NEED FOR REVOLUTION IN NIGERIA

Emmanuel Asia FULL TEXT

13. SEXISM IN ENGLISH AND IGBO

Chibueze Egbe Aleke FULL TEXT

14. THE CALL OF ABRAHAM (GENESIS 11:27- 12: 20) AND ITS IMPLICATION ON THE CHRISTIAN FAITH

Daniel Bem Apuuivom, Ph.D FULL TEXT

15. NIGERIAN POLITICIANS, DISCIPLINE, INTEGRITY, CHARACTER AND THE RULE OF LAW: APPLICATION VERSUS FINANCIAL SPENDING IN 2019 FEDERAL ELECTIONS

Gabriel Asuquo & Peter Adelaja Akerele FULL TEXT

16. AN EVALUATION OF EDMUND GETTIER'S PAPER: "IS JUSTIFIED TRUE BELIEF KNOWLEDGE?"

Okechukwu, Chidiebere Peter & Bruno Yammeluan Ikuli FULL TEXT

17. PHILOSOPHICAL IMPLICATION OF EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION IN THE HUMAN PERSON'S SOCIETY

Chukwuemeka Iloanya & Ngozi A. Ajaegbo FULL TEXT

18. SOCIOLINGUISTIC TERMINOLOGIES USED BY TRICYCLE OPERATORS IN LAFIA METROPOLIS

Tanimu Yusuf, PhD & Chidimma Esther Nwaobasi FULL TEXT
IAAJAH Vol. 7. No. 2 | MAY

1. A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY OF SELECTED NOUN PLURALIZATION PROCESSES IN JJU

U. N. Butari & John Jacob FULL TEXT

2. THE BLOOD OF THE MARTYR IS THE SEED OF THE CHURCH: A PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE OF THE EYN CHURCH

John Ishaku & Haruna Yusuf Jatau FULL TEXT

3. RELEGATION OF THE YOUTH TO THE MARGINS OF PUBLIC SERVICE: AN ENERVATING FEATURE OF CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN SOCIETIES

Okoro Charles Kenechukwu, Ph.D FULL TEXT

4. THE ROLE AND PLACE OF RELIGION IN THE POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY OF DR. NNAMDI AZIKIWE

Paulinus C. Ejeh, PhD FULL TEXT

5. MORAL FORMATION AND ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRIES: IMPLICATIONS ON NIGERIAN YOUTHS

Chinyere Christian Emedo, PhD FULL TEXT

6. AN ENCOUNTER WITH RELIGIOUS CHANGE IN UBOMA LAND

Ifeanyi Okeke, PhD FULL TEXT

7. PHILOSOPHICAL EXAMINATION OF EDUCATIONAL THEORIES AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

ADELEYE, Joseph Olusola, PhD FULL TEXT

8. NGWUYI ARUA (INSTALLATION OF ANCESTRAL SYMBOLS) RITUAL - THE BELIEF AND ITS RELEVANCE: A STUDY OF EZIMO COMMUNITY

Anayo Ossai, PhD FULL TEXT

9. ASPECTS OF IHIAGWA HISTORY IN THE POST NIGERIA-BIAFRA WAR ERA, 1970- 2010

Nwachukwu J. Obiakor, PhD FULL TEXT

10. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF BURIAL RITES IN CHRISTIANITY AND ISLAM

Adekoya, J. S., PhD FULL TEXT

11. "FOR THE LORD DISCIPLINES HIM WHOM HE LOVES..." (HEBREWS 12:6): IN QUEST OF MORAL FORMATION IN CHRISTIAN FAMILIES OF CONTEMPORARY ERA

Ihetu, Chukwukere Justice FULL TEXT

12. THE NIGERIAN FEDERATION AND ILLICIT DRUG BUSINESS AND CONSUMPTION: CASE STUDY OF LAGOS AND IMO STATES, FROM 1989-2015

Dike, Felix Uju FULL TEXT

13. INDEGENOUS PERFORMANCES AND ECONOMIC RECESSION: IKEJI ARONDIZUOGU FESTIVAL AS A PARADIGM

Emmanuel O. Iroh, Ph.D FULL TEXT

14. THE CREATION AND FALL OF ANGELS IN AUGUSTINE'S INTERPRETATION OF GENESIS 1

OVIE, Valentine Aghoghophia FULL TEXT

15. A COMPUTER-MEDIATED DISCOURSE ANALYSIS ON UNDERGRADUATES' FACEBOOK AND WHATSAPP

Akujobi, O. S. & Eze, B. I. FULL TEXT

16. ETHICAL UNDERPINNINGS OF WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION IN POLITICS

Victoria Openif'Oluwa AKOLEOWO, PhD FULL TEXT

17. COVID-19 AND THE PROPHETIC BUSINESS IN NIGERIAN CHURCH

ABIONA Lawrence Adekunle FULL TEXT

18. HABERMAS' COMMUNICATIVE RATIONALITY AS INDISPENSABLE IN SOLVING THE PROBLEM OF GLOBAL TERRORISM

Justin-Anthony Ekene Anene FULL TEXT

19. THE QUEST FOR CERTAINTY AND ST. AUGUSTINE'S DIVINE ILLUMINATION

Onyeakazi Jude Chukwuma PhD FULL TEXT

20. REMEDY TO CHILD ABUSE-NIGERIAN CONTEXT

Obidiegwu, Emmanuel Uzochukwu FULL TEXT
IAAJAH Vol. 7. No. 3 | JUNE

1. IGBO TRADITIONAL POLITICAL GOVERNMENT IN THE LIGHT OF JEAN JACQUES ROUSEAU'S POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

Umeh, George-Franklin FULL TEXT

2. ETHNO-RELIGIOUS CONFLICTS AND THE ROLE OF THE CHURCH IN CENTRAL NIGERIA: A CHALLENGE TO THE CHURCH

Jones Ugochukwu Odili (Ph.D.) FULL TEXT

3. IGBO CULTURE, NEW TRENDS AND FUTURE HOPE

Igbokwe Benedict Nkemdirim (Ph.D) & Akueshi Nkeoma Ngozichukwu (Ph.D) FULL TEXT

4. THE UPSURGE OF PROSTITUTION IN NIGERIA AND ITS EFFECT ON BENUE YOUTHS: THE CHURCH OPINION

Franca.S. Jando Ph.D & Amase. E. E. FULL TEXT

5. KNOWING FALLIBLY AND ITS EPISTEMIC AND NON-EPISTEMI IMPLICATIONS: FALLIBILISM REVISITED

OKWENNA, Chysogonus M. FULL TEXT

6. PRAGMATIC CONVERSATIONAL IMPLICATURE: A STUDY OF LANGUAGE USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA AND USERS

Emmanuel Chukwudi Ugwu FULL TEXT

7. WILLIAM JAMES PRAGMATISM AS AN ANTIDOTE TO RELIGIOUS CRISIS IN NIGERIA

Umeh, George-Franklin FULL TEXT

8. THE CHURCH AS A SOCIAL WELFARE INSTITUTION; AN EVALUATION

Ekenedilichukwu A. Okolo FULL TEXT

9. MILITIAS, VIGILANTES AND VIOLENCE IN SOUTH EAST AND SOUTH SOUTH NIGERIA: IMPLICATIONS FOR STABILITY AND DEMOCRACY

Nwachukwu Sunny Nnabuihe & Udumaga, C. C. FULL TEXT

10. KING DAVID'S 'POWER RAPE' AND PUNISHMENT; AN EXEGICAL STUDY OF 2SAMUEL 11:1-27

Sokwaibe Queen Ijeoma & Ifeanyi J. Okeke (PhD) FULL TEXT

11. ELECTRONIC VOTING AND THE ELECTORAL PROCESS: A STUDY OF THE 2019 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS IN NIGERIA

Ngozi Jacinta Oluoha FULL TEXT

12. IGBO BUSINESS AND INVESTMENT PATTERN IN THE POST NIGERIA-BIAFRA WAR ERA: THE NNEWI EXAMPLE, 1967-2017

Nwachukwu J. Obiakor, PhD & Chichebem Solomon Lawrence & Daniel Nzereogu FULL TEXT

13. THE FRENCH TEACHER AND HIS PROFESSION; TOWARDS IMPROVING HIS PROFESSIONALISM: CASE-STUDY OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS OF NASARAWA STATE

ENU Agbor Agbor FULL TEXT
IAAJAH Vol. 7. No. 4 | SEPTEMBER

1. PARENTS ALSO GET ABUSED: LESSONS FROM SELECT FILMS AND BIBLICAL ACCOUNTS

Franca Shiminenge Jando PhD & Zack Ver Wade PhD FULL TEXT

2. IMPACT OF INSECURITY ON EDUCATION: TIPS FOR INTERNET MEDIA PEACE INTERVENTION IN NIGERIA

Vincent Emmanuel Achi, PhD FULL TEXT

3. THE COPTIC SEPARATION FROM THE UNIVERSAL CHURCH: THE CAUSES AND THE EFFECTS

Johnmacartan Abuchi Atukosi FULL TEXT

4. RAPID SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA VIA EDUCATION AND VIABLE INFORMAL ECONOMY

Ignatius C. Uzondu, Ph.D FULL TEXT

5. THE (CHRISTIAN) GOD OF THE ANCESTORS: A PLATFORM FOR RELIGIOUS DIALOGUE

Gabriel Tochukwu Okafor FULL TEXT

6. ETHOS AND PATHOS IN MUSIC TECHNOLOGY: A STUDY OF ITS CHALLENGES FOR MUSIC EDUCATION IN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN DELTA AND EDO STATES

Nmadu, Florence Nkechi FULL TEXT

7. A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF COVID -19 ON FAMILY RELATIONSHPS: IGBO - NIGERIAN PERSPECTIVE

Mary Winfred Eche, DMMM, PhD FULL TEXT

8. AFRICAN CULTURE TRENDS AND FUTURE HOPE: HOSPITALITY AND DRESSING IN IKWERRE (EVO) CASE STUDY

Tasie Onyedikachi Henry, PhD FULL TEXT

9. AFRICAN IDEOLOGIES AND THE INNOVATIVE TREND: TOWARDS PRIORITIZING AFRICAN HISTORY AND CULTURE IN THE DIGITAL AGE

Maureen Nwando Onyejegbu, PhD FULL TEXT

10. CHRISTIANITY IN THE AFRICAN CONTEXT: THEOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION OF 1 CORINTHIANS 9:19-23

Obielosi, Dominic & Aboekwe, Mary Emilia FULL TEXT

11. INNOVATION IN TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TVET) INSTRUCTIONAL DELIVERY: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS

Obe, Pauline Ijeoma Ph.D; Madu, Maureen Anayo, Ph.D & Onah, Eunice N. Ph.D FULL TEXT

12. PRESSURE, SPACE AND IDENTITY IN THE PRACTICE OF TRADITIONAL MEDICINE IN OGBA, GOKANA, DEGEMA AND IKWERRE TRADITIONS

Obodoegbulam, Agi Otto (Ph. D); Rev. Fr. Stephen Egwuatu Amadi, (Ph. D); Rev. Fr. Cletus Monday Ngbara & Kpe, Emmanuel Lionel FULL TEXT

13. SOCIO-POLITICAL ROOTS OF CONFLICTS IN AFRICA: THE ROLE OF THE CHURCH IN A PLURALISTIC SOCIETY

Longkat Daniel Dajwan FULL TEXT

14. PERCEPTION OF ENUGU STATE BASIC TEACHERS ON USE OF POWERPOINT AS INNOVATION IN TEACHING DURING LESSON PREPARATION, DELIVERY AND EVALUATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENTAL GOALS' ATTAINMENT

Onah, Eunice Nwakaego (PhD); Onah, Ogechukwu (PhD); Obe, Pauline Ijeoma (PhD) & Ude, Veronica C. (PhD) FULL TEXT

15. THE NORTH AND THE REST OF US: A HISTORICAL EVALUATION OF THE PARADOX OF ONE NIGERIA, 2007-2020

Festus C. Ajeli FULL TEXT

16. GENERAL SYNOD AND LEADERSHIP FACTOR IN THE CHURCH OF NIGERIA, ANGLICAN COMMUNION: A HISTORICAL REVIEW

Onyeka J. Egwuonwu, PhD FULL TEXT

17. THE IMPLICATIONS OF WOLE SOYINKA'S SEASON OF ANOMY FOR CONFLICT STUDIES IN NIGERIA

Solomon Osekene (Ph.D) & Ile, Onyebuchi James (Ph.D) FULL TEXT

18. VAABONG (CULTIC CONFEDERACY) AMONG THE MUMUYE: AN EXPOSE OF RE-BUILDING MORALITY IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIA

Hosea Nakina Martins FULL TEXT
IAAJAH Vol. 7. No. 5 | NOVEMBER

IAAJAH Volume 6

IAAJAH Vol. 6. No. 1 | MARCH

1. Feminist Language As A Sociolinguistic Variable For Enacting Change: A Study Of Adichie, Judd, Obama And Perez's Speeches

Ohanedozi, Lilian C. & Umera-Okeke, Nneka, PhD FULL TEXT

2. Missionary Strategies Of Bishop Ephraim Ikeakor Of Amichidiocese, Anambra State: A Paradigm For Anglican Expansionism In Nigeria

Akam, Chukwumanyaia Nwachukwu . FULL TEXT

3. Causes Of Marriage Conflicts And Its Management In The Catholic Diocese Of Awka

Owen-Hampo Juliet, C, FULL TEXT

4. Socio-Religious And Economic Implications Of Traditional Funeral Rites In Ezzaland, Nigeria

Nwokoha, Peter Awa , FULL TEXT

5. The Nigerian Youth And Suicide: A Reflection

Kingsley Nonso Ogbu, SMMM , FULL TEXT

6. Improving Teaching And Learning Experience In Primary School Using Music

Ebele V. Ojukwu, Ph.D & Chiamaka E. Nwaodu FULL TEXT

7. Ogbunu Youth Crisis And Transformative Pacifism: A Panacea For Intra-Group Conflict In Awka, Anambra State

Anakweze, Peter Ugochukwu , FULL TEXT

8. Sexual Predation In The English Language Teaching (ELT) Industry: Female Learners' Responses From Some English Departments In Francophone Africa

Flavien Dossou Lanmantchion FULL TEXT

9. Enviromental Sustainability In Africa: A Study Of Igala Traditional Religion

Israel Yunisa Akoh, Ph.D . FULL TEXT

10. Creating A Process Not A Mandate: One Philosopher?s Reflection On Biafra's Quest For Self-Determination*

Joseph Nnaemeka Agbo, Ph.D FULL TEXT

11. Political Marginalization And Issues Around The Inclusion Of The Other: Africa's Albatross

Charles C. Nweke PhD & Chukwugozie Donatus Nwoye PhD & Philip Emenike Ayika PhD FULL TEXT
IAAJAH Vol. 6. No. 2 | MAY IAAJAH Vol. 6. No. 3 | JUNE

1. The Teaching And Learning Of Literature In Nigeria For Achieving Sustainable Development Goals: Prospects And Challenges

Ogunnaike, M. J. FULL TEXT

2. The Catholic Church And Strategies Towards Poverty Alleviation

Asogwa, Emmanuel Chukwujindu FULL TEXT

3. Democracy And Challenge Of Good Governance In Africa

Anthony Raphael Etuk & Livinus Ibok Aweting FULL TEXT

4. Turn-Taking And Overlapping In A Nigerian Online Political Interview

Adamma M. Amadi FULL TEXT

5. Anthropo-Ontology Of Sacrifice In Traditional African Religion, Its Relevance And Challenges: An Anthropological Perspective

Paul-Kolade Tubi FULL TEXT

6. Efficacy Of Conflict Resolving Mechanism Among The Zuru People Of Kebbi State: A Traditonal Style 1830 - 2010

Korinya, Moses Tivlumun & Gwimi, Neska Sebastine FULL TEXT

7. The Impacts Of Methodist Social Work On The Socio Economic Life Of Uzuakoli Inhabitants And Beyond

Nwakamma, Moses Onyekachi FULL TEXT

8. Promouvoir La Coexistence Mutuelle Dans Les Pays D'afrique De L'ouest A Travers La Traduction Litteraire

Anyawuike Ozioma S.O FULL TEXT

9. Language And Thought: A Two Coin Of One Face In Being And Function

Ebeh, John Igbogo & Aleke Matthew FULL TEXT

10. Niger Delta Drama And Niger Delta Playwrights From 1950 To 1999 And 2000 Till Date

Ebinepere Ekiye Zibokere FULL TEXT

11. Electronic Publishing of Academic Journals in Nigeria: A Study on Adoption of Web Content Management System for Electronic Editorial Workflow

Kanu, Emmanuel Uchenna & Ibiwoye, Tope Israel FULL TEXT
IAAJAH Vol. 6. No. 4 | JULY

1. Sound, Structural Patterns And Iconography In The Traditional Music Of Gbedu Olu Of Epe, Lagos, Nigeria

Albert Oikelome PhD & Bayo Ogunyemi PhD FULL TEXT

2. Aspects Of Nigeria's Political Economy From Imperialism To Independence

Philip Afaha FULL TEXT

3. An Application Of Non-Violent Approach To Insurgency In Niger Delta Region, Nigeria

Abalogu, Divine Maduka, Ph. D & Okolo, Ekenedilichukwu. A FULL TEXT

4. The Rationalist And Empiricist Epistemological Strategies And Their Implications In Ethics

Hyginus Chibuike Ezebuilo, PhD FULL TEXT

5. Conflict Of Cultures, Peace And Universal Communalism

Francis Chigozie Ofoegbu FULL TEXT

6. 'Igwebuike Philosophy': A Vehicle For Peace And Conflict Resolution Among The Igbos Of South East Nigeria

Onyeakazi Jude Chukwuma, PhD FULL TEXT

7. Gborsi: The Canons Of Destiny, And Destiny Renegotiation In Ogoni Traditional Religious Philosophy

Deezia, Burabari Sunday FULL TEXT

8. The Metaphysics Of Change: A Philosophical Analysis

Maraizu Elechi, PhD FULL TEXT

9. Social Media And Marital Choices: Its Implications On Contemporary Marriage

Adebayo Ola Afolaranmi FULL TEXT

10. A Look At Karl Popper's Concept Of Democracy

Oliver Tersoo Agundu, Ph.D & Titus Terver Ukange FULL TEXT

11. Demythologization Of Religion: Integrity And The Role Of Patriotic Citizenship In The Realization Of Restructuring And Resource Control

Clifford Terhide Gbasha; ADIDI, Dokpesi Timothy & Cletus Dauya FULL TEXT

12. "Reason As A Slave Of Passion" In David Hume's Moral Theory: A Genuine Foundation Of Morality Or An Aberration In Our Contemporary Society?

Aso, Williams Olorunfemi, PhD FULL TEXT
IAAJAH Vol. 6. No. 5 | AUGUST

1. THE OFO IN IGBO FOREST OF ARTS, CRAFTS AND SYMBOLS: IMPLICATIONS FOR PEACE-BUILDING

Ikechukwu Anthony KANU FULL TEXT

2. HUMAN MIGRANTS' CHALLENGES AND INITIATIVES REQUIRED FOR EFFECTIVE MIGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM IN NIGERIA: A VOCATIONAL APPROACH

Jimoh Bakare Ph.D FULL TEXT

3. A SPEECH ACT ANALYSIS OF SELECTED ENGLISH-BASED CONSUMER GOODS ADVERTISEMENT MESSAGES IN THE ELECTRONIC MEDIA IN EKITI STATE, NIGERIA

Ogunrinde, Ebenezer Deji Ph.D FULL TEXT

4. CULTIVATING THE CULTURE OF LIFE: CHALLENGES IN THE 21ST CENTURY GLOBALIZED WORLD

Columbus Nnamdi Ogbujah, Ph.D FULL TEXT

5. A RE-THINKING OF SECRET SOCIETY AND ITS ROLE IN PREMODERN AFRICAN SOCIETY

Abalogu, Divine, M. PhD FULL TEXT

6. RETURN OF MISSION SCHOOLS AND STAKEHOLDERS' DISCIPLINE IN RIVERS STATE, NIGERIA

Jones Ugochukwu Odili, PhD & Patrick Eluke, PhD FULL TEXT

7. RELIGIOUS CRISIS AND MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA

Christian Maduabuchi Umeanwe, PhD FULL TEXT

8. REVITALIZATION OF AFRICAN MORAL VALUES

Ifeyinwa Cordelia Isidienu FULL TEXT

9. THE MENACE OF HOMOSEXUALITY IN ZANGA, SURULERE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA

Afunugo Kenechi Nnaemeka, PhD FULL TEXT

10. JOHN LOCKE ON FAMILY AND PROPERTY VIS-A-VIS THE SECURITY OF THE WIDOWS IN IGBO

Mary Winifred Gloria Eche, DMMM, PhD FULL TEXT

11. EDUCATION FOR PEACE-BUILDING IN NIGERIA

OMOJOLA Immaculata Olu, (SSMA), PhD FULL TEXT

12. POLITICAL PARTIES AND ELECTION VIOLENCE IN NIGERIA, 2007-2019: A HISTORICAL EVALUATION

Festus C. Ajeli FULL TEXT

13. COVID-19 INDUCED HATE SPEECH AND AUSTIN'S SPEECH ACT THEORY PERSPECTIVE: IMPLICATIONS FOR PEACE BUILDING

Agwuocha, Ugomma Anaekperechi FULL TEXT

14. AFRICAN IDEOLOGIES, HUMAN SECURITY AND PEACE BUILDING: THE CASE OF CHILD ADOPTION IN IGBO COMMUNITIES

Ohachenu, E. I. PhD FULL TEXT

15. A PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTION ON THE GAME OF POLITICS AND HUMAN INSECURITY IN AFRICA

Ogbu, Esther FULL TEXT
IAAJAH Vol. 6. No. 6 | SEPTEMBER

1. EFFECT OF CROSS-CULTURAL MANAGEMENT DIMENSIONS ON PERFORMANCE OF MANUFACTURING FIRMS IN THE SOUTH-EAST, NIGERIA: A STUDY OF EMENITE MANUFACTURING COMPANY LTD

Nduji, Romanus FULL TEXT

2. THE ADVENTURE OF A BLACK GIRL IN SEARCH FOR GOD

Emmanuel E. Egar, PhD FULL TEXT

3. COVID-19 PANDEMIC, CONSPIRACY THEORY AND THE NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE: A CRITICAL DISCOURSE

Vitalis Jafla Pontianus FULL TEXT

4. SOCIO-ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF STREET BEGGING AMONG CHILDREN IN SULEJA, NIGER STATE NIGERIA

Alabi Stella Olubusla PhD FULL TEXT

5. A PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTION ON AJE (WITCHES) IN YORUBA TRADITIONAL SOCIETY AND EDUCATION

ADELEYE, Joseph Olusola, PhD FULL TEXT

6. FAILURE OF RANCHING POLICIES IN NIGERIA: PROPOSED CATTLE COLONY AND RUGA SETTLEMENT IN PERSPECTIVE, 1914-2018

Anene, Chidi P. Ph.D, Iyala, Theodore O. & Nlemchukwu Vivain O. FULL TEXT

7. AN APPRAISAL OF LEIBNIZ'S THEODICY AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE TO THE CONTEMPORARY CHURCH

Onuche, Joseph PhD, Okpanachi, Elijah PhD & Owoeye, E. Akande FULL TEXT

8. FILM AS A PURVEYOR OF NIGERIA'S IMAGE AND SOCIO-CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT: AN ANALYSIS OF SELECTED NOLLYWOOD MOVIES

OGBE, Sunday John, AYODELE, B. Joseph (PhD), ONYEKA, Ebiere Donli & WILLIAM, Yakubu FULL TEXT

9. THEMATIC RELEVANCE OF MUSIC IN NOLLYWOOD MOVIES

Ayodele B. Joseph, PhD & Isuwa Hosea FULL TEXT

10. THE USE OF ENGLISH IN THE MARKETPLACE: THEORITICAL ISSUES IN COMMUNICATION STYLES AND COMMERCIAL TRANSACTION

Nora Alewo Obeya FULL TEXT

11. RATIONAL AFFIRMATION OF GOD'S EXISTENCE IN MEYER'S REALIST HERMENEUTIC METAPHYSICS

Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, Philip Osarobu ISANBOR & ADIDI, Dokpesi Timothy FULL TEXT

12. AN ONTOLOGIAL SURVEY OF CRIME AND CRIMINALITY IN NIGERIA: STATING THE CAUSES AND SEEKING SOLUTIONS

Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, OGABO Godwin Adinya PhD & ADIDI, Dokpesi Timothy FULL TEXT
IAAJAH Vol. 6. No. 7 | SEPTEMBER

1. THE DYNAMICS OF THE WESTERN RACIALIZATION OF AFRICA (IN THE REFLECTIVE IDEAS OF EKWURU)

Obinna Victor Obiagwu FULL TEXT

2. PEACE LINGUISTICS: IMPERATIVES FOR ESCAPING FRICTION AND PEACE BUILDING IN SOCIAL INTERACTION

Ahumaraeze Chinwe Innocentia FULL TEXT

3. TRIPLE HELIX MODEL: AN INTEGRATED INNOVATIVE STRATEGIC TOOL FOR ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE PEACE-BUILDING THROUGH BUSINESS EDUCATION PROGRAMME FOR SUSTAINABLEDEVELOPMENT

Moghalu, F. A; Okanazu, O. O. & Nwandu L. O. FULL TEXT

4. RELIGION AND HUMAN SECURITY IN AFRICA

Nganwuchu, Geoffrey Chiazo Ph.D FULL TEXT

5. UNDERREPRESENTATION OF WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP POSITION: A STUDY OF ANIOMA, DELTA STATE

Okoh Ejime Samuel FULL TEXT

6. SUFFERING AND SMILING: THE NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE

Felix Gabriel Zombobah FULL TEXT

7. SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS A SINE QUA NON FOR CONFLICT MANAGEMENT IN SOUTH-EAST NIGERIA

Oliver Okechukwu, Okanazu, Ph.D; Maureen Anayo, Madu, Ph.D, Ugochi; lmmaculata Chekwube and Moghalu, Favour Amarachi FULL TEXT

8. NATIONAL SECURITY AND CRIME IN ERA OF COVID-19 IN NIGERIAN MAJOR CITIES: BEYOND A LOCKDOWN

Amara Egboh F. FULL TEXT

9. THE ROLE OF RELIGION IN PEACE BUILDING AMONG ETHNIC GROUPS IN NIGERIA

Godwin Aturuchi Eche, PhD FULL TEXT

10. NAIJAPAUSE: OPPORTUNITIES KNOCKING, AND IT MIGHT JUST BE ONCE

Felix Gabriel Zombobah FULL TEXT

11. RELIGIOUS IDENTITY AS INSTRUMENT OF POLITICAL BARGAINING IN POST-COLONIAL NIGERIA

Anene, Chidi P. Ph.D FULL TEXT

12. RELIGION, POPULATION GROWTH AND VIOLENCE IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIAN NATION

Clara M. Austin Iwuoha, PhD FULL TEXT

13. THE IMPORTANCE OF AFRICAN TRADITIONAL MEDICINE AND HEALING TECHNIQUES IN THE FIGHT AGAINST COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Utsua, T. Peter, PhD FULL TEXT

14. AFRICAN TRADITIONAL SOLIDARITY AMONG NSUKKA PEOPLE AS MODEL FOR NATIONAL UNITY

Ezugwu Onyinyechukwu Joy FULL TEXT

15. RELIGION AND SECURITY CHALLENGES: THE NIGERIAN SITUATION (1999-2019)

Jonathan O. Dimobika, Ph.D FULL TEXT
IAAJAH Vol. 6. No. 8 | OCTOBER IAAJAH Vol. 6. No. 9 | OCTOBER IAAJAH Vol. 6. No. 10 | DECEMBER

IAAJAH Volume 5

IAAJAH Vol. 5. No. 1 | JANUARY IAAJAH Vol. 5. No. 2 | MARCH

1. Collaboration Within The "Ecology Of Mission": An African Cultural Perspective

KANU Ikechukwu Anthony FULL TEXT

2. Independent National Electoral Commission And The Rest Of Us: A Critical Evaluation Of Its Vision And Mission

Matthew Ikechukwu Obijekwu, PhD, Ekemezie Uchenna G., Francisca Orji, Udalla Edith Nkechi . FULL TEXT

3. Dialectics Of National Question And Restructuring In Nigeria: A Rethink

Patrick Peter FULL TEXT

4. A Sociolinguistic Analysis Of Come And See My Moda By Mz Vee And Yemi Alade

Ocheja Theophilus Attabor , FULL TEXT

5. Effect Of Forensic Auditing On Reducing Fraud Cases In Nigeria Money Deposit Banks

Asusu Peace Ukoma , FULL TEXT

6. Life History And Last Day Of Eddy Nawgu Healing Ministry

Emmanuel C. Anizoba FULL TEXT

7. Educational Implications Of Social Media: Influence Of Popular Music On Nigerian Youths

Ojukwu, Ebele V., Ph. D. , FULL TEXT

8. African Theology Of Nation Building: An Imperative For Human Development

Timothy Barga. . FULL TEXT

9. Performance Appraisal And Motivation As Correlates Of Academic Staff Productivity In Southwest Nigeria Universities

Omojola I.O, Ph.D. FULL TEXT

10. Influence Of Socio-Cultural Factors On Girl-Child Education In Secondary Schools In Kebbi Central Senetoral District Of Kebbi State, Nigeria

Onyeanisi, T. U. . FULL TEXT

11. Supra-Ethnic Universality Of Islam And The Ethnocentrism Of African Culture: Questions Of Assimilation And Resilience

KANU Ikechukwu Anthony FULL TEXT

12. Drug Abuse And Criminal Behaviour In Nigeria Tertiary Institution

Okoye Uche Patrick, PhD & Nwaka-Nwandu Okwukwe FULL TEXT
IAAJAH Vol. 5. No. 3 | JUNE IAAJAH Vol. 5. No. 4 | JULY IAAJAH Vol. 5. No. 5 | SEPTEMBER

1. Epistemological Implications of Igwebuike Philosophy

Bonaventure Chike Anetoh, Ph.D , FULL TEXT

2. Philosophical Appreciation Of Igwebuike Methodology

Jude I. Onebunne, PhD . FULL TEXT

3. An Igwebuike reading of h. L. A. Hart's theory of law

Paul T. Haaga, PhD FULL TEXT

4. Redefining Modernity: Perspectives From Transmodernity And Igwebuike Philosophy

Philip Adah Idachaba, PhD , FULL TEXT

5. Igwebuike Versus Relativism: The Quest For Truth

Ejikemeuwa J. O. Ndubisi PhD & Vincent Gerald Onwudinjo, FULL TEXT

6. Igwebuike as a Key to the Interpretation of Religious Change in Africa

James Nnoruga, Ph.D FULL TEXT

7. Ike Igwebuike: Reflecting on Anthony Kanu's Philosophy of Intersubjectivity

Mokwenye Michael, Ph.D FULL TEXT

8. Nigeria And The Debacle Of Leadership And Good Governance: Perspectives From Igwebuike Philosophy

OGBAKI, Peter Emmanuel . FULL TEXT

9. Igwebiuke philosphy in relation to the culture of encounter amongst all people encouraged by Pope Francis in his apostolic exhotartion Evangelii gaudium

Naanmiap Bamlong, O.S.A . FULL TEXT

10. Philosophical Polemics and Initiatives for African Development: Lessons from Igwebuike as an African Philosophy

Sharkdam Wapmuk, PhD . FULL TEXT

11. A Review of Kanu Ikechukwu Anthony's "Igwebuike As A Hermeneutic Of Personal Autonomy In Igbo-African Ontology"

Ejikeme Okey Peter Ph.D FULL TEXT

12. A Review of Prof Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu's "The Igbo-African Kola Nut As A 'Type' Of Holy Communion: Igwebuike And The Missionary Missing Link"

Kanayo L. Nwadialor, Ph.D FULL TEXT

13. A Review of Kanu Ikechukwu Anthony's "Igwebuike as an Igbo-African Philosophy of Education"

Mary Amanda Nwagbo, IHM, Ph.D. FULL TEXT

14. A Review of Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu's "Igwebuike Philosophy and Human Rights Violation in Africa"

IRABOR, Benson Peter FULL TEXT

15. A Review Of Igwebuike And The Question Of Superiority Of The Scientific Community Of Knowledge By Prof. Anthony Ikechukwu Kanu, O.S.A

Jude I. Onebunne, Ph.D . FULL TEXT
IAAJAH Vol. 5. No. 6 | SEPTEMBER

1. Belongingness And Igwebuike: Expanding The African Metaphysics Of Effective Communal Relationship

Jude I. Onebunne, PhD , FULL TEXT

2. Kanu Anthony's Igwebuike Philosophy and Human Suffering among Umuaga People

Clement Agu Joachim FULL TEXT

3. African Traditional Method of Conflict Resolution vis-a-vis the Sacrament of Reconciliation: An Igwebuike Perspective

Francis Iwuh, O.S.A , FULL TEXT

4. Action understanding is not entirely neutral, it is existential, it is Igwebuike

Dozie Iwuh, O.S.A , FULL TEXT

5. Igwebuike philosophy as a response to the Boko Haram Menace

Mike Boni Bazza, Ph.D , FULL TEXT

6. The Blessed Trinity and Igwebuike Philosophy

Raphael Akhijemen Idialu, Ph.D FULL TEXT

7. Igwebuike Research Methodology: A New Trend for Scientific and Wholistic Investigation

Chukwuebuka Charles Ugonwafor, OSA , FULL TEXT

8. Igwebuike Philosophy and Religious Pluralism: In Search for a Relational Balance

Chukwunonso Egbedike, O.S.A . FULL TEXT

9. Igwebuike: An African Metaphysics Of Communal Strength

Jude I. Onebunne, Ph.D . FULL TEXT

10. A Review of by KANU, Ikechukwu Anthony's "Igwebuikeconomics: Towards an Inclusive Economy for African Economic Development"

Philip Adah Idachaba, Ph.D FULL TEXT

11. A Review Of Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu's "Igwebuike As A Trend In African Philosophy"

Philip Adah Idachaba, Ph.D FULL TEXT

12. A Review Of Igwebuike And Being In Igbo Ontology By Prof. Anthony Ikechukwu Kanu, O.S.A?

Jude I. Onebunne, PhD . FULL TEXT

13. A Review Of Igwebuike As An Igbo-African Ethic Of Reciprocity By Prof. Anthony Ikechukwu Kanu, O.S.A

Jude I. Onebunne, PhD . FULL TEXT

14. A Review Of Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu's "Igwebuikeconomics: Towards An Inclusive Economy For Economic Development"

Charles C. Nweke, Ph.D FULL TEXT

15. A Review of Kanu Ikechukwu Anthony's "Igwebuike as an Igbo-African Modality of Peace and Conflict Resolution"

Peter Okey Ejikeme, Ph.D FULL TEXT
IAAJAH Vol. 5. No. 7 | SEPTEMBER

1. Igwebuikeology: Kanu Anthony's Fundamental Approach to African Philosophic Knowledge

Jude I. Onebunne, PhD FULL TEXT

2. Igwebuike And The Resolution Of The Polarity Of The Philosophy Of Law

Paul T. Haaga, PhD . FULL TEXT

3. Igwebuike as the Foundation of African Logic

Ejikemeuwa J. O. NDUBISI, PhD, FULL TEXT

4. Igwebuike And The Right Of Inheritance Of Igbo Women

Mary Winifred Gloria Eche, DMMM, Ph.D, FULL TEXT

5. Aristotle's Concept of Friendship and the Igwebuike Philosophy

Dozie Iwuh, O.S.A. FULL TEXT

6. Igwebuike: The Concept of Beauty in Igbo-African Philosophy

Peace I. Osaghae FULL TEXT

7. Igwubuike: Unifying Ancient Cosmologies In Order To Understand Light Frequencies And Evolution Of Consciousness

Hilary Ugwu , FULL TEXT

8. Kanu Anthony's Igwebuike Philosophy and Conflict Resolution in Obeama-Nguru

Valentine Emeka Alalama . FULL TEXT

9. An Igwebuike Approach to the Eradication of Toxic Wastes and Pollutants in Ogoni Land

Princess O. Idialu, Ph.D . FULL TEXT

10. A Review of Kanu Anthony's "Igwebuike as the Ontological Precondition of African Ethics"

James Nnoruga, Ph.D FULL TEXT

11. A Review of Ikechukwu Kanu Anthony's "Igwebuike as an Igbo-African Philosophy of Inclusive Leadership"

IRABOR, Benson Peter FULL TEXT

12. A Review of Kanu Ikechukwu Anthony's "Igwebuike as a Complementary Approach to the Issue of Girl-Child Education"

Mary Amanda Nwagbo, IHM, Ph.D FULL TEXT

13. A Review Of Igwebuike And The Logic (nka) of African Philosophy by Prof. Anthony Ikechukwu Kanu, O.S.A

Jude I. Onebunne, PhD. FULL TEXT

14. A Review of Igwebuike Philosophy And The Issue Of National Development by Prof. Anthony Ikechukwu Kanu, O.S.A

Jude I. Onebunne, PhD. FULL TEXT

15. Review Of Prof Kanu, Ikechuwku Anthony's Sources Of Igwebuike Philosophy: Towards A Socio-Cultural Foundation

Omojola Immaculata Olu (SSMA), Ph.D. FULL TEXT
IAAJAH Vol. 5. No. 8 | SEPTEMBER

1. Communication and Culture in Igwebuike and Shikrot Philosophies: A Critical Investigation

Justine John Dyikuk , FULL TEXT

2. La Representation de la Religieuse dans Anna Pourquoi de Pan Bouyouca

Mary Linda Vivian Onuoha IHM, Ph.D FULL TEXT

3. Igwebuike: The hermeneutics of agbaa ndu, ekekota ndu

Anselm C. ONUORAH FULL TEXT

4. Igwebuike Philosophy and Ozo Title Taking in Nagwu, Ukunofia LGA

Emmanuel C. Anizoba , FULL TEXT

5. Understanding "Igwebuike" Philosophy Within the Context of the Religio-Cultural Activities of the Yoruba Southwestern Nigeria

Omojola I. O., S.S.M.A., Ph.D FULL TEXT

6. Igwebuike as an Igbo Philosophy of Mutual Relations between Diocesan Priests and Consecrated Persons

ALIBA, Samuel Ifeanyi FULL TEXT

7. The Role of Rehab in the conquest story of Joshua as A manifestation of Igwebuike theology: A narrative analysis of Joshua 2

Malachy Udochukwu Theophilus, OSA , FULL TEXT

8. Igwebuike Philosophy and the Aversion of Ethnic and Religious Cleansing in Nigeria

Chukwunonso Egbedike, O.S.A . FULL TEXT

9. Igwebuike Philosophy and the Dread of Diversity: Resolving the Conflict of the Sameness - Difference Bias

Uwaezuoke, Charles Chinazaekpere FULL TEXT

10. Igwebuike Philosophy in Biblical Context and the interpretation of Human Suffering

Mike Boni Bazza, Ph.D . FULL TEXT

11. A Review of Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu's "Igwebuike as an Igbo-African Hermeneutics of Globalization"

Amos Ameh Ichaba, Ph.D FULL TEXT

12. A Review of KANU, Ikechukwu Anthony's "Igwebuike and the Logic (Nka) of African Philosophy"

Philip Adah Idachaba, Ph.D FULL TEXT

13. A Review Of Igwebuike As The Consumate Foundation Of African Bioethical Principles By Prof. Anthony Ikechukwu Kanu, O.S.A

Jude I. Onebunne, Ph.D . FULL TEXT

14. A Review of Anthony Kanu's "Igwebuike as a Complementary Approach to the Issue of Girl-Child Education"

ACHOR, Nnennia Chibuzo FULL TEXT

15. A Review of Anthony Kanu's "Igwebuike as a Wholistic Response to the Problem of Evil and Human Suffering"

James Nnoruga, Ph.D FULL TEXT

16. A Review of Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu's "Amadioha as a Prefiguration Of Christ in Igbo Traditional Religion: Igwebuike and the Missionary Missing Link"

Kanayo L. Nwadialor, Ph.D FULL TEXT

IAAJAH Volume 4

IAAJAH Vol. 4. No. 1 | APRIL

1. The economic importance of forests: The Biblical role and church response in forests conservation

Steve Orseer Akullah, FULL TEXT

2. Inter-Religious Crises In The Nigerian Society: A Focus On African Traditional Religion As A Via Media

Solomon Ochepa Oduma-Aboh, PhD & Ochoga Edwin Ochoga, FULL TEXT

3. Theatricality as a strategy in Pieter Hugo's Hyena and Other Men and Nollywood photographs

Okechukwu Nwafor FULL TEXT

4. Visual Communication Design and Public Health: towards containing the outbreak of Ebola Virus Disease in Nigeria

Onwuekwe, C. O., FULL TEXT

5. Morpheme Acquisition Order Of Obolo Native Speakers

Emmanuel Owaji-Ikekeiyem Alfred & Michael Alozie Nwala Ph.D , FULL TEXT

6. La Traduction Automatique Vis-A-Vis La Traduction Humaine Le Cas De La Traduction D'un Expose Sur L'epidemie Du Cholera Dans L'etat D'ebonyi

ASADU, Oluchukwu, Felicia (Ph.D) & OKAFOR, Chioma Evangeline FULL TEXT

7. Assessment of Health Risks amongst Vulnerable Groups of Internally Displaced Persons in Pompomari Camp, Damaturu, Yobe State, Nigeria

Umar, S. S., Suleiman, M. S., Magaji, R. A. Ph.D FULL TEXT

8. Characterization and the Him in Fadaebo

Ifeoma Obuasi, PhD FULL TEXT

9. The Ethical Understanding Of The Person

Tughhemba, Terfa Nicholas PhD FULL TEXT

10. The Unifying Power Of Language A Comparative Analysis Of Russian And Nigerian States

Okoedion Eseohe Glory FULL TEXT

11. Religious studies graduates and unemployment: Any prospect?

Amaechi, Ngozi Manly, Ph.D and Onwuliri Joshua FULL TEXT

12. The Role Of Language In Communicating Thought: Towards A Balanced Education For Human Development

Okoye, Chiamaka Obioma. FULL TEXT

13. Agila Politico-Religious Institutions As A Model Of Parliamentarism: A Call For Inclusion In Government

Solomon Ochepa Oduma-Aboh, PhD & Ochoga Edwin Ochoga FULL TEXT
IAAJAH Vol. 4. No. 2 | JUNE

1. Human Trafficking in Nigeria and Its effects on the National Image: A Moral Appraisal

Chia, Bonaventure Aondover, FULL TEXT

2. Machiavelli's The Prince In Nigeria Today

Edozie Chukwujindu Onwunyi FULL TEXT

3. Multicultural Aesthetics in Felix Egwuda's The Pillars and Uche Nwaozuzu's The Candles

Ndubuisi Nnanna Ph.D and Vivian Nwabueze FULL TEXT

4. The Role of the Church in Fostering Sustainable Education in Nigeria

Clara M. Austin Iwuoha, Ph.D., FULL TEXT

5. English- Igbo Documentation Of Traditional Marriage Terms

Orji Dereck-M Akachukwu & Muogbo Chinasa Seraphine , FULL TEXT

6. Pidgin-Creole a Tool for Nigerian National Language Development

Emmanuel Chukwudi Ugwu FULL TEXT

7. Exploring Feminine Subjectivity in Caribbean History: A New Historicist Perspective in Edwidge Danticat's The Farming of Bones

Methuselah Jeremiah, Ph.D. and Aule, Moses FULL TEXT

8. An Analysis of Illocutionary Acts in Ernest-Samuel?s Epistolary Novels: Dear Kelechi and its Sequel

Emmanuel Chukwudi Ugwu FULL TEXT

9. The New Form of Sufism Symbol in the Panegyric Poetry: The Poems of Dr. Ibrahim Makari as Case Studies

Steve Akullah FULL TEXT

10. The Biblical Perspective On Marriage In The Context Of Divorce And Remarriage In Africa: A Panacea For Peacful Coexistence

Nasir M. Ibrahim, Ph.D FULL TEXT

11. Political Activism In Visual Expression: IPOB And The Biafra Question In The South East Of Nigeria

Okonkwo, Ivan Emeka FULL TEXT

12. Religion and Insecurity In Nigeria: A Critical Discourse

Agunwa Teresina Veronica Chiebonam & Okoye Herriet Nwando FULL TEXT

13. Inter-Agency Relationships and the Challenges of Combating Human Trafficking in Nigeria

Gaius Jatau, Ph.D. and Aisha Yabi Yahaya FULL TEXT
IAAJAH Vol. 4. No. 3 | AUGUST

1. The Igbo Pantheon: A Hermeneutic Of Selected Igbo-African Deities

Prof. KANU, Ikechukwu Anthony, FULL TEXT

2. African Philosophy As A Catalyst For African Development

Osita Nnajiofor & Joannes Asikogu, FULL TEXT

3. Language Adaptability In Immigrant Situation

Orji, Dereck-Martins Akachukwu . FULL TEXT

4. Indigenous Agents and Socio-Religious Changes in Ukwuaniland (Delta State), 1841-1941

Jones Ugochukwu Odili, Ph.D., FULL TEXT

5. Aspects of Morpheme Analsis in Obolo Language

Emmanuel Owaji-Ikekeiyem Alfred & Nwala, Michael Alozie Ph.D, FULL TEXT

6. Intercultural Communication, Boon or Bane in Ikwerre of the North eastern Niger Delta Region of Nigeria

Rowland Olumati, Ph.D FULL TEXT

7. Rethinking Agila Traditional Methods of Conflict Resolution and the Need to Institutionalize Indigenous Methods of Conflict Resolution in Nigeria

Solomon Ochepa Oduma-Aboh, PhD, James Bako Danjuma Tella & Ochoga Edwin Ochoga FULL TEXT

8. Re-Affirmation Of The Philosophical Foundation Of African Traditional Religion: The Idoma Experience Of North Central Nigeria

Solomon Ochepa Oduma-Aboh, PhD & James Bako Danjuma Tella. FULL TEXT

9. Accountability As An Ethical Value In Nigeria's Public Service: Insight From The Parable Of The Talents In Matthew 25:14-30

Chukwuma-Offor, Amara M. FULL TEXT

10. Philosophical Inquiry Into God-Definition Question: The Context Of Mercy

Bartholomew Nnaemedo FULL TEXT

11. Une Etude Sociopolitique De 15 Ans Ca Suffit D'amadou Ousmane

Magnus Terna Ate PhD & Muotoo Chukwunonso PhD FULL TEXT

12. Reminiscing The Proximate Triggers Of Ethno-Religious And Political Violence In Nigeria: A Remedy

Amanambu, Uchenna Ebony Ph.D., FULL TEXT

13. Chi N'eye Ndu: Understanding God in an Igbo-African Category

Prof. KANU, Ikechukwu Anthony FULL TEXT

14. Tutoring the accused person from Islamic Perspective

Imaam Isa Abdulkareem PhD , FULL TEXT
IAAJAH Vol. 4. No. 4 | OCTOBER

1. A Critique of Force in African Worldview

Archibong, Emmanuel Iniobong, FULL TEXT

2. The Place of Women in the Contemporary Church: A Theological Reflection on 1 Corinthians 14:26-40

Mercy Uwaezuoke Chukwuedo, FULL TEXT

3. Biafra: Beyond The Realm, Sabotage And Dearth Of Intel In The Biafra/Nigeria Debacle, 1967-1970

Ezeonwuka Innocent-Franklyn O. Ph.D., MHSN and Ani, Uchenna S. Ph.D., MHSN . FULL TEXT

4. The Africanity of Augustine's Philosophy of Education

Prof. KANU Ikechukwu Anthony, O.S.A. FULL TEXT

5. Nigerian Youths and Sustainable Development: A Philosophical Analysison the Speech of the Nigerian President at the Commonwealth Forum in London.

ADIDI, Dokpesi Timothy, FULL TEXT

6. Pan-Africanism and African Sovereignty in a World of Change

Matthew I. Obijekwu, PhD; Romanus I. Muomah, PhD & Charles K. Onebunne FULL TEXT

7. Development of Appropriate Contents for Widening Occupational Opportunities of Electrical/Electronic Technology Graduates in African Environment to Cope with World of Change

Jimoh Bakare, Ph.D. FULL TEXT

8. A Critical Evaluation Of Care- Giving To The Aged In Rural Igboland Of Eastern Nigeria And The Effects Of Youth Migration: The Old Testament Approach

Echeta Uzonna Ph.D & Ibenwa Christopher, N Ph.D. FULL TEXT

9. The Sources of Augustine's Educational Insight

Prof. KANU Ikechukwu Anthony, O.S.A. . FULL TEXT

10. The Presence And Impact Of Church Missionary Society In Ngwo Clan, Enugu In Eastern Nigeria 1917-1930

Ezeonwuka Innocent-Franklyn O. Ph.D., MHSN and Ani, Uchenna S. Ph.D., MHSN , FULL TEXT

11. Appraising The Problem Of Foundationalism In Cartesian Epistemology

Linus Clifford Chinda , FULL TEXT
IAAJAH Vol. 4. No. 5 | NOVEMBER

IAAJAH Volume 3

IAAJAH Vol. 3. No. 1 | JANUARY IAAJAH Vol. 3. No. 2 | MARCH IAAJAH Vol. 3. No. 3 | APRIL

1. Historicizing The Extant Remote Causes of the Usman Dan Fodio's 1804 Jihad: A Lesson for the Nigerian Contemporary Leaders

Amanambu, Uchenna Ebony Ph.D FULL TEXT

2. Nehemiah's Leadership Strategies in Rebuilding Jerusalem: Lessons for Sustainable Development in Nigeria

Ikenna L. Umeanolue, PhD FULL TEXT

3. Post-Civil War Trade In Second-Hand Clothing In Igboland

Ogbonnaya Emeka Daniel, Udevi Obiamaka & Uwakwe Chidiebere Christopher FULL TEXT

4. Women, Governance and Nigeriais Development in the Light of Esther 4:1-17

Anuli Okoli & Favour .C. Uroko FULL TEXT

5. Challenges of Liberal Democracy in Goodluck Jonathan's Administration From 2010 - 2015

Anthony Ngonadi FULL TEXT

6. Traditional Music Beyond Entertainment: A Critical Examination Of Some Factors Informing Musical Appreciation In Igbo society.

Ibekwe, Eunice U. FULL TEXT

7. The Concept Of "Family" As The Contribution Of Africa To The Consecrated Life

Kanu, Ikechukwu Anthony, O.S.A., Ph.D. FULL TEXT

8. Preserving value system of Ndi Igbo in Folkloric Expression Arts Exhibition: The review

Onwuekwe, Chidiebere. & Muoneme, Izuchukwu FULL TEXT

9. Arab Uprisings, Democratic Deficit and the Upgrade of Authoritarianism in Jordan

Bulus, Kwopnan Ibrahim & Ngonadi, Anthony Onwuegbuchulam FULL TEXT

10. Popular Music Culture And Urban Experiences In Nigeria

Ibekwe, Eunice U., Ph.D. & Aluede. Charles O., Ph.D. FULL TEXT

11. What is new in "New" Religious Movements in Africa? An analytical Approach

Nmah, Patrick Enoch, Ph.D. FULL TEXT

12. Consecrated Persons As Agents Of Pastoral Care Of The Family

Kanu, Ikechukwu Anthony, O.S.A., Ph.D. FULL TEXT
IAAJAH Vol. 3. No. 4 | JUNE IAAJAH Vol. 3. No. 5 | JULY IAAJAH Vol. 3. No. 6 | SEPTEMBER IAAJAH Vol. 3. No. 7 | NOVEMBER

1. African Gods As Potent Forces In The Efficacy Of Traditional Medicine

Mokwenye Ekene Michael , FULL TEXT

2. Strengthening Capacity Building In The Local Government: The Nigerian Experience

Igwe, Izuchukwu Samuel, Okeke, Martin I. Ph.D, Onuigbo, Richard A. & Iheanacho, Emmanuel N. Ph.D. FULL TEXT

3. Ethnicity And The Quest For Peace And National Development: Extrapolating From The Philosophy Of Complementary Reflections

Sunday Edoh Odum & Alo F. Chibuzor, FULL TEXT

4. La Mission du Christi Comme Manifestation de la Trinite dans L'histoirie du salut: Une Etude Analytique de Sermon 52 de Saint Augustine

P. Kolawole Chabi, PhD, O.S.A , FULL TEXT

5. Paradoxes Of Adolescent And Adult Love In Female Sexuality: Nwabueze's A Dance Of The Dead And A Paraliament Of Vultures As Paradigms

Canice Chukwuma Nwosu FULL TEXT

6. Slave Trade, Colonialism And Neo-Colonialism: Revisiting Critical Issues in African Underdevelopment

Onebunne, Jude Ifeanyichukwu PhD FULL TEXT

7. Igwebuike Philosophy And Human Rights Violation In Africa

KANU Ikechukwu Anthony , FULL TEXT

8. An Evaluation Of Immanuel Kant's Critique Of The Traditional Rational Proofs For God's Existence

Anetoh, Bonaventure Chike, Ph.D FULL TEXT

9. Critical Analysis Of Political Globalism And Its Impact On African Nations

Onebunne, Jude Ifeanyichukwu PhD &Ufearoh, Anthony PhD FULL TEXT

10. Igwebuike As An Igbo-African Philosophy Of Inclusive Leadership

Kanu, Ikechukwu Anthony, Ph.D FULL TEXT

11. Re-reading ICor.14:26-40: Addressing the Challenges of Male Chauvinism in Africa

Chukwuma-Offor, Amara Mary. FULL TEXT

12. The Importance of Environmental Sculpture in Cultural Identification

Nzoiwu, Azuka Abigail FULL TEXT

13. The Relevance of Philosophic Knowledge to our Day-To-Day Socio-Polical Life

Eugene Anowai (PhD) & Raphael Olisa Maduabuchi (PhD) FULL TEXT

IAAJAH Volume 2

IAAJAH Vol. 2. No. 1 | MARCH IAAJAH Vol. 2. No. 2 | JUNE IAAJAH Vol. 2. No. 3 | AUGUST IAAJAH Vol. 2. No. 4 | SEPTEMBER IAAJAH Vol. 2. No. 5 | SEPTMBER IAAJAH Vol. 2. No. 6 | DECEMBER

IAAJAH Volume 1

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The Aim and Scope

The aim of founding IGWEBUIKE: AN AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ARTS AND HUMANITIES is to make it a world class academic journal with a global brand that would thrive on standard, quality and originality. It is published quarterly with a maximum of ten (10) articles including book reviews in each volume. Articles are welcomed from any of the following areas: Anthropology, cross-cultural studies, education, ethics, history, international relations, law, linguistics, methodology, philosophy, political science, population Studies, psychology, sociology, social welfare, literature, performing arts (music, theatre & dance), religious studies, visual arts, women studies etc. It would be preferred if articles for publication address issues from an African perspective.

Submission

All manuscripts must be original (hence, not under consideration anywhere) and submitted to the editor in MS word format via e-mail: info@igwebuikejournal.com or ikee_mario@yahoo.com. The entire work can range from two to fifty double-spaced pages with a concise title, abstract, and a standard scholarly citation: do not place page numbers or paper title (on each page) on the manuscript; articles (or parts of articles) in English and French will be considered. All submissions must list the author's current affiliation and contact points (location, e-mail address, etc.). Regarding REFERENCING style, APA is the preferred style. Camera ready manuscripts will receive first preference in the publishing cycle. All manuscripts are peer-reviewed and those approved by the editorial board will be published.

Generally, Editors should be able to reach a decision including recommending corrections if any or acceptance of any paper within two weeks of receipt which is communicated to the author subsequently. Authors are, therefore, advised to avoid needless correspondences. Contributors would receive a copy of the journal but additional copies may be obtained at the normal price. All correspondences including subscription and sponsorship to the Editor via: info@igwebuikejournal.com or ikee_mario@yahoo.com. All manuscripts must be submitted electronically through the e-mail to the editor at info@igwebuikejournal.com or ikee_mario@yahoo.com.

Review and Publication Process

A full double-blind refereeing process is used that comprises of the following steps.

  • Paper is sent to 2 reviewers for review. The reviewers' recommendations determine whether a paper will be accepted / accepted subject to change / subject to resubmission with significant changes / rejected.
  • For papers which require changes, the same reviewers will be used to ensure that the quality of the revised paper is acceptable.
  • If the paper is accepted by the reviewers, author(s) will be notified to pay the author fee.
  • Acceptance letter will be provided after the payment has been made.
  • Author/Corresponding Author will be notified about the possible date of publication (both online and print).
  • One hard copy of the published journal (Print) for each article will be sent to the author/corresponding author. The review process takes maximum two weeks.

Copyright

Copyrights for articles published in IAAJAH are retained by the authors, with first publication rights granted to the journal. The journal/publisher is not responsible for subsequent uses of the work. It is the author's responsibility to bring an infringement action if so desired by the author.

Publication Fee

If the paper is accepted for publication, author(s) will be asked to pay 100 USD for international contributors or 15,000 naira for national contributors as article publication fee in order to defray the operating costs. Waiver policy is not applicable. The payment method will be notified by the editor after the acceptance of the paper. Author(s) will be entitled to one copy of the printed journal with free of charge i.e. one printed copy is provided against one article disregarding the number of the authors. Authors can also get additional copies of the printed journal by paying 25 USD or its equivalent in Naira for each additional copy.

EDITORIAL BOARD

Editor-In-Chief

Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

Tansian University Umunya, Anambra State ikee_mario@yahoo.com
info@igwebuikeresearchinstitute.org
Editor

Kanayor Louis Nwadialor, Ph.D

Nnamdi Azikiwe Univerity, Awka kl.nwadialor@unizik.edu.ng
info@igwebuikeresearchinstitute.org
Managing Editor

Ejikemeuwa J. O. Ndubuisi, Ph.D

Tansian University Umunya, Anambra State ejikon4u@yahoo.com
info@igwebuikeresearchinstitute.org
Manuscript Editor

Uchenna E. Kanu

Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola uchenna_kanu@yahoo.com
info@igwebuikeresearchinstitute.org

BOARD MEMBERS

Dr Musa Yusuf Owoyemi

Universiti Utara, Malaysia owoyemi2@yahoo.com musa.owoyemi@gmail.com

Dr. Eric Montgomery

Wayne State Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, Central Michigan University ericjamesmontgomery@gmail.com

Dr. Abraham Moskovicz

Independent Consultant, United Kingdom abim@abimoskovicz.org

Dr. Melphon Mayaka

Melbourne Institute of Technology Melbourne, Australia melphonangwenyi@yahoo.co.uk

Dr. Syed Damsaz Ali Andrabi

Department of Higher Education, Government Degree College Pulwama, India damsaz.andrabi@gmail.com

Dr. Emeka Obiezu

Independent Expert and Consultant, United Nations International Organization for Migration, New York, USA emyxris@gmail.com

Dr. Kolawole Chabi

Patristic Institute (Augustinianum), Rome kolachabi@gmail.com

Dr. Chiugo C. Kanu

University of Nigeria, Nsukka chiugokanu@yahoo.com

Dr. Adophus E. Amaefule

University of Calabar, Calabar adolfsdv@yahoo.com

Dr. Jude Onebunne

Federal College of Education (Technical), Umunze, Anambra State nnadiebube62philosophyjournal@gmail.com

Dr. Anikwe Ferdinand

Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization (CBAAC), Abuja fanikwe@gmail.com

Dr. Anetoh Bonaventure Chike

Tansian University, Umunya anetohbonaventure@yahoo.com

Dr Ejikeme Okey Peter

Tansian University, Umunya okeyejikeme12@gmail.com

EDITORIAL CONSULTANTS

Prof. Clifford Odimegwu

Witwatersrand University Johannesburg Area, South Africa clifford.Odimegwu@wits.ac.za

Prof. Charles Okeke

College of Southern NevadaLas , Vegas, USA cokeke1@cox.net

Prof. Edmund Ugwu Agbo

International Bio-research University, Italy pir@ibi.edu.ng

Prof. Sanjay Mishra

Adigrat University, Eastern Tigray Regional State, Ethiopia bt.sanjay@gmail.com

Prof. Martins Nkafu Nkemnkia

Pontifical Lateran University, Rome mnkafu@tiscali.it

Prof. Tunde Babawale

University of Lagos tuned_babawale@yahoo.com

Prof. Nnanyelugo Ike-Muonso

Country Dir. Baywood Foundation; CE & Lead, Corporate Transformation, GTI Group; Chairman, Think Prosperity Initiative martinoluba@gmail.com martin@valuefronteira.com

Prof. Nkechinyere Nwokoye

Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka nkyemeka@yahoo.com

Prof. Madu Emeka Jude

Nnamdi Azikwe University, Awka ej.madu@unizik.edu.ng

Prof. B.A.C. Obiefuna

Nnamdi Azikwe University, Awka nwaozoaku@yahoo.com

Prof. Innocent Izuchukwu Asouzu

University of Calabar, Calabar frasouzu@frasouzu.com

Prof. Jerome I. Okonkwo

Imo State University, Owerri ikokosisi@yahoo.co.uk

Prof. F.O.C Njoku

University of Nigeria, Nsukka ocnjokufrank@yahoo.com

Ass. Prof. Ifeoma Obuasi

Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike ifeomameb061@yahoo.com

Assoc. Prof. Michael Mulvey

St Thomas University Miami, Florida, USA mmulvey@stu.edu

Assoc. Prof. Amit Kumar

CT University, Ludhiana Punjab, India ak.amitmathur@gmail.com

Assoc. Prof. Uzoechi Nwagbara

University of Sunderland, Dartford, London, United Kingdom uzoechin@yahoo.com

Assoc. Prof. Noelle Arnold

Associate Dean for Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement, Ohio State University College of Education and Human Ecology Columbus, Ohio, USA arnold.1040@osu.edu

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