British Journal of Arts and Social Sciences
ISSN: 2046-9578, ©BritishJournal Publishing, Inc. 2011
Volume 03 No. 02 December 2011
Attitude towards E-learning Among Students: Evidence from A Malaysian Public University 132-142
Yusniza Kamarulzaman (PhD), Azian Madun (PhD) & Farinda Abdul Ghani
The English Language as a Vehicle of Discourse for Development in Nigeria 143-155
Adeyemi Daramola, Ph.D
Classical Versus Generative Phonology 156-164
Ayo Ogunsiji & Adesina B. Sunday
Jordan and Gulf Crisis 165-178
Amer AL-Oudat
Christianity and Filial and Familial Reordering in Ngugi’s The River Between, Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus, and Baldwin’s Go Tell it on the Mountain 182-192
Solomon O. Azumurana
Financial Iconography Iconic dimension of contemporary finance 193-203
Christophe Schinckus, PhD & Ilse Christiansen
Leadership and Security Problems in Nigeria: A Critical Reflection 204-219
Jones M Jaja, Ph.D
The Legal Framework of Strategic Management Implementations in Public Institutions in Turkey 220-228
Dr. Mustafa GORUN & Dr. Filiz Tufan EMINI
The Nigerian Bank Consolidation Exercise and the Plight of Female Employees 229-241
Relative Effects of Parents’ Occupation, Qualification and Academic Motivation of Wards on Students’ Achievement in Senior Secondary School Mathematics in Ogun State 242-252
Akinsanya, Omolade O, Ajayi, Kassim O & Salomi, Modupe O
Effect of Religiosity and Occupation on Moral Reasoning: A Study of a Nigerian Adult Sample 253-264
Adebayo, S. O
Religious Faith Challenges in Salleh Ben Joned’s Adam’s Dream 265-273
Roohollah Reesi Sistani & Masoumeh Mehni
Historical Profile of Iraq, Kuwait and Jordan 274-291
Riyad Al-Khlaifat, Qassem AL-Ghuinmat, Ali AL-Shbool & Ali Ibrahim AL-Bashaireh
A Sociological Analysis of Determinants and Implications of Changing Value System in Pakistan 292-309
Dr. Mian Ghulam Yasin, Zahra Shafqat & Tehmina Sattar
Mentorship as Catalyst for Improving Human Capital Formation of Women in Nigeria 310-321
T.M. Fapohunda