KIU Interdisciplinary Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (KIJHUS) is committed to publishing research and theoretical articles in the fields of humanities, Arts, social sciences, management, linguistics, gender studies and education. We happy to announce the publication of the Volume 2 Issue 2 of 2021. We thank the contributors, editorial board members and the reviewers for their time and efforts in making this volume a success. 

We look forward to more contributions from the academic community in the future.

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Volume 2, Issue 2 (2021)

Volume 2, Issue 2 (2021)

Published: 31st Aug, 2021
 

ISSN: 2708-7050 (Online)
Publisher: Kampala International University (KIU)

KIU Interdisciplinary Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (KIJHUS) is committed to publishing research and theoretical articles in the fields of humanities, Arts, social sciences, management, linguistics, gender studies and education. We happy to announce the publication of the Volume 2 Issue 2 of 2021. We thank the contributors, editorial board members and the reviewers for their time and efforts in making this volume a success. 

We look forward to more contributions from the academic community in the future.

Contents

A PHONOAESTHETIC ANALYSIS OF SELECTED SHAKESPEAREAN SONNETS.

Adedeji Kofo, Onakoya Eniola [ Pages: 1-24 ]

CORRUPTION IN THE NIGERIAN EDUCATION SECTOR: CAUSES AND REMEDIES.

Akinniyi Alaba Joseph, Erinsakin Obafemi Andrew, Emma-Ayire Stella Olayinka [ Pages: 25-37 ]

COVID-19 LOCKDOWN AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AMONG PARTNERS IN NIGERIA.

Akorede Seun Nurudeen [ Pages: 38-47 ]

STAKEHOLDERS PERCEPTIONS OF PRINCIPALS’ LEADERSHIP STYLE PRACTICES IN SECONDARY SCHOOL IN NORTH CENTRAL GEOGRAPHICAL ZONE, NIGERIA.

Omuya-Anibasa Florence, Adegbite Ibrahim Peter, Duze Daniel Ali [ Pages: 48-64 ]

ADOPTABLE STRATEGIES IN MARKETING AND MARKET OUTCOMES: EXAMINING THE PERFORMANCE OF SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES IN KOGI STATE.

Nafiu Ibrahim Olawale, Hassan Olanrewaju Makinde, Nafiu Akeem Tunde [ Pages: 65-78 ]

EFFECTS OF INDIVIDUALIZED COMPUTER-BASED INSTRUCTION ON JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN BUSINESS STUDIES.

Adeola Kiadese Lukmon [ Pages: 79-88 ]

VIEWS AND GAINS OF WOMEN ON BUSH MEAT TRADE IN BUFFER ZONE RANGES OF OLD OYO NATIONAL PARK, NIGERIA.

Adedeji, E.O., Chikezie, K., Oyediran, O.B., Omotayo, V.O., Ayanwusi, W.T., Akinyode, V.O. [ Pages: 89-96 ]

PERCEIVED CONSERVATION APPROACHES AND CONSERVATION CHALLENGES OF OSUN-OSOGBO SACRED GROVE, OSOGBO, NIGERIA.

Adedeji, E.O., Chikezie, J., Oyediran, O.B., Omotayo, V.O., Ayanwusi, W.T., Akinyode, V.0. [ Pages: 97-104 ]

EMPLOYEES’ RETENTION AND COMPENSATION PACKAGES OF RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS IN OYO STATE, NIGERIA.

Adeogun, S.O., Adebayo, O.A., Abiona, B.G., Oyedokun, E.O. [ Pages: 105-114 ]

DEMOCRACY, GOOD GOVERNANCE AND DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: A SURVEY OF KARU LOCAL AREA.

Audi Ahmed Abubakar, Salisu Ibrahim Isah, Zakari Musa [ Pages: 115-132 ]

MONETARY POLICY MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA: NEW LESSONS RELEARNED.

Akinsanya Taiwo Adedayo, Tella Sheriffdeen A., Oseni, I.O. [ Pages: 133-150 ]

POPULATION AND PRODUCTIVITY: UTILITY DILEMMA IN NIGERIA.

Akintoye Emile Obaide, Odia Lucky Osaretin [ Pages: 151-173 ]

RIGHT TO A CLEAN ENVIRONMENT: THE NIGERIA PERSPECTIVE.

Kehinde Adeola Olufunke [ Pages: 174-179 ]

THERE SHOULD BE GENDER EQUALITY AT THE BEGINNING OF HUMAN EXISTENCE: A CRITICAL LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF CHAPTER ONE OF WADUD’S QUR’AN AND WOMAN (1992).

Mheta Bothwell, Aiseta Aisha [ Pages: 180-188 ]

SOCIAL MEDIA AND ELECTORAL VIOLENCE IN NIGERIA: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL 16, A PANACEA?.

Akinyetun Tope Shola, Odeyemi Dare Deji, Alausa Jamiu Abiodun [ Pages: 189-215 ]

TERTIARY INSTITUTION STUDENTS AND CRIME INCIDENTS IN KOGI STATE NIGERIA: AN EMPIRICAL INSIGHT..

Toluhi James Oluwafemi [ Pages: 216-230 ]
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