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A critical study of the ethical challenges to United Nations Peacekeeping Missions and National Sovereignty in Africa with specific reference to Congo, Somalia, Rwanda and Sudan. (2017)Africa has become the epicentre and experimental laboratory for UN peacekeeping missions. The UN peacekeeping doctrine has evolved through numerous operational experiments in Africa culminating in the Responsibility to ...
Information needs and information seeking behaviour of grade 10 and 11 learners at Gerson Ntjie Secondary School, at gaMagooa village, Limpopo province. (2016)Information need is an awareness of an information gap. The nature of information need differ from one person to another. Information seeking behaviour is when an individual uses information systems to search for information ...
(2017)Boko Haram has perpetrated its terrorist acts within Nigeria and the Lake Chad Basin since 2009. This has drawn local and international attention. The modus operandi of the sect has taken the forms of shootings, kidnappings ...
The ecology of Nigeria’s public administration and employee motivation in the plateau state civil service (2004-2014). (2016)From a general perspective, workers’ motivation gained prominence with the abolition of the slave trade and the advent of the industrial revolution. The latter was to be anchored on legitimate trade as opposed to ...