Category: POLITICAL SCIENCE

AN ASSESMENT OF ELECTIONEERING PROCESS AND DEMOCRATIC GROWTH

AN ASSESMENT OF ELECTIONEERING PROCESS AND DEMOCRATIC GROWTH CHAPTER ONE 1.0                                  INTRODUCTION Background to the Study No doubt, election and electioneering processes are core components of democratic government. Hence, democracy is often associated with elections. Mackenzie (2000) The concept of democracy is a nebulous concept. Its ambiguity is largely as a result of […]

THE EFFECT OF TEACHERS QUALIFICATION ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE ON GOVERNMENT

CHAPTER ONE                                     INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the study             The importance of teachers cannot be over stressed. This is because teachers play a member of roles. Specifically, teachers have been referred to by Oyedeji (1998) as an agent of innovation, teachers academic qualification is very important. This is because teacher education is a very […]

FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR POOR PERFORMANCE IN LITERATURE IN ENGLISH IN NIGERIA SECONDARY SCHOOLS

CHAPTER ONE  INTRODUCTION Background to the Study           The chamber’s English dictionary: – defines literature as “the art of composition in prose and verse in any language or a given subject’. Malcolin Ross (2001) refers to literature as aspects of poetry and prose. Its medium is language which in everyday use is concerned with parts […]

IMPACT AND FUNCTION OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN POLITICAL MOBILIZATION: A CASE STUDY OF THE PEOPLE’S DEMOCRATIC PARTY (PDP) IN NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study One central function every political party does not treat with triviality is the function of political mobilization. This is so because every political party is out to win election and form a government. Whether small or large, a political party has the need to win the mind […]

FACTORS INFLUENCING VOTERS BEHAVIOUR IN ELECTION

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Voting Behaviour is a form of political Behaviour. Therefore, understanding voters Behaviour can explain how and why decisions were made. Either by public decisions-makers, which has been the central concern for political scientist or electorate. To interpret voting Behaviour, both political science and psychology expertise where necessary, and […]

The impact of teacher qualification and working experiences on secondary school students performance in government

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUTION Background to the Study The teacher is the pivot on which the educational process rests. In fact, the importance and place of teacher in the education process is highly priced by all nations of the world. Little wanders why the Federal Government of Nigeria clearly stated that no education system can rise […]