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Mr. Igba, Innocent Ushi

Foreign Journals:  Eke, V. U. & Igba, I. U. & Iheke, C. B. (2015). Nigeria, National Association for Exceptional Children Junior Academics’ Mentors and Quality Research Assurance. Global Journal of Human-Science: H Interdisciplinary, 15(9), 9 - 15.Local Journals:Igba, I. U., Iheke, C. B. & Ogar, R. O. (2016). Availability of ICT as relevant influence to its use in the Education of students with visual impairment in Obudu. The Exceptional Child, 18(1), 70 – 78.Iheke, C. B., Orim, M. A. & Igba, I. U. (2016). External factors militating against integration of ICT into classroom instructional practices for children with special needs in Calabar Metropolis, Nigeria. Education for Today, 12(1), 86-92. Ogar, R. O., Igba, I. U. & Iheke, C. B. (2016). Teachers’ leadership style and academic achievement of social studies high ability students for National development in Calabar Municipal. Education for Today, 12(2), 13-19.Igba, I. U., Ogar, R. O. & Betiang, U. R. (2015). Family indicators and Emotional wellbeing of children with visual impairment in St. Joseph School for the blind Obudu. Special Needs Education, 1, 122 – 130.Eke, V. U. & Igba, I. U. (2014). Survey of teachers’ willingness to be trained as caregivers for early childhood inclusive education in Cross River State. Education for Today, 10, 130 – 136.Ikwen, E. U., & Igba, I. U. (2016). Play assessment techniques in infant and early-childhood education.  Special Needs Education, 2, 124 – 134.Ikwen, E. U., & Igba, I. U. (2017). Awareness of ebola virus disease and intervention measures for sustainable healthy living among persons with special needs in  Cross River State. The Exceptional Child, 19(2), 56-69.CONFERENCESSeeing is Believing workshop on Foundations in the Education of Learners with Multiple Disabilities and Sensory Loss by Perkins International in collaboration with Brien Holden Vision Institute, Calabar, Cross River State, January 8 – 19, 2018.Digital Bridge Institute workshop on Advanced Digital Appreciation Programme for Tertiary Institutions (ADAPTI) at the University of Calabar, Cross River State, from 14 – 18 November, 2016.Workshop on Basic ICT Competence by ICT Directorate, University of Calabar, Cross River State, 2016Annual National conference and Workshop of National Association for Exceptional Children (NAEC) on sustainable development goals (SDGs) & Special Needs education, Ebonyi state: 8th – 13th August, 2016.Annual National conference of National Association for Exceptional Children (NAEC) on Global perspectives on Access to quality special Needs Education and Service delivery, River state: 5th – 9th August, 2015.Annual National conference of National Council for Exceptional Children (NCEC) on Education For All (EFA) by year 2015 and Special Needs Education: The Journey so far, Imo State: 4th – 9th August, 2014.University of Calabar, Faculty of Education Conference on Education and Contemporary Issues, Cross River State: 2nd – 5th September, 2014.National Teachers’ Institute; Capacity building programme for teachers on innovative techniques of teaching English, Mathematics, Basic Science and Technology, and Social Studies, Cross River State: 3rd – 8th September, 2010.  
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Dr. Ncha Gabriel Bubu

Kidzu, T. Oweh, and Ncha, Gabriel Bubu. “Cultural Globalization and the place of Africa in Cultural Exchange” Ndunode: Special Edition of Calabar Journal of Humanities,12,1, (2017), 300 – 310
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Dr. Ncha Gabriel Bubu

Ncha, Gabriel Bubu. “Plato’s Allegory and Philosophical Questions” Sophia: An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs,13,1, (2010),139 – 143
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Dr. Ncha Gabriel Bubu

Ncha, Gabriel Bubu and Enyimba Maduka. “A Critique of Len Doyel and Roerharris Practical Foundation on Human Understanding” The Leajon: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. 2,1, (2010),11-16
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Dr. Ncha Gabriel Bubu

Ncha, Gabriel Bubu. “The Relevance of Rawls’ Concept of Social Justice to the Nigeria Socio-Economic Condition”. The leajon: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 1, 1, (2009), 110 – 115
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Dr. Ncha Gabriel Bubu

Ncha, Gabriel Bubu. “Existentialism as Basis for Social Inclusiveness in a Democratic System: African Pentecost Journal of Theology, Psychology and Social Work, 3, 2, 97 -101
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Dr. Ncha Gabriel Bubu

Ncha, Gabriel Bubu. “Oil Politics, Sustainable Amnesty Programme and Sartre’s Existential Philosophy”. The Leajon: An Academic journal of Inter-disciplinary Studies,1, 2, (2010),104-109
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Dr. Ncha Gabriel Bubu

Ncha, Gabriel Bubu and ImeobongOffiong. “An Analysis of a New Dimension of personal Names and Documentation in Ibibio Folk Philosophy: An exercise in Linguistic Philosophy” Journal of Integrative Humanism Ghana,3,(2014),137 – 146
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Dr. Ncha Gabriel Bubu

Kidzu, T Oweh and Ncha, Gabriel Bubu.”Synoptic Excursus of Ancient Greek Concept of Mind from Thales to the Stoics”Journals of research on Humanities and Social Science (IISTE) 2, 5,(2012), 86 – 91
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Dr. Ncha Gabriel Bubu

Dorothy N. Oluwagbemi-Jacob and Ncha, Gabriel Bubu. “Sartre’s Existentialism and Participatory Governance: A Synergy for peace and stability in Nigeria” The African Symposium: An Online Journal of the AfricanEducational Research Network, 14,(2014),1-2
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Dr. Ncha Gabriel Bubu

Patrick Egaga and Ncha, Gabriel Bubu. “A look at the subjectivist view on Education” International Journal of Humanities,Social Science and Education (IJHSSE), 2, 4, (2015),166 – 171
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Dr. Ncha Gabriel Bubu

Kidzu, T. Oweh and Ncha, Gabriel Bubu. “The value of Mathematics, Culture and Security issue to Human Development” International Journal of Education and Research, 3,10, 2015, 43 – 52
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Dr. Ncha Gabriel Bubu

Ncha, Gabriel Bubu and Mary Ebai. “Authentic Living and resource control in Africa: The experience of the Niger Delta region of Nigeria” American Journal of Social and Management Sciences (AJSMS), 3, 2, (2012), 68 -75
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Dr. Ncha Gabriel Bubu

Ncha, Gabriel Bubu and Kidzu T. Oweh “Going back to the stream: An Existential and Integrative Imperative” Journal of Research on Humanities and Social Science (IISTE), 2, 6,(2012), 30 – 40
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Dr. Ncha Gabriel Bubu

Ncha, Gabriel B. “Existential Justice: Integrative and Humanistic perspective” Integrative Humanism Journal,1, 2, (2011), 54 – 65
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Mrs. Imeobong John Offong

Offong, I. J. “ I belong to everybody and I belong to nobody”. A pragmatic interpretation of Muhammadu Buhari’s 2015 Inaugural Speech. International Journal of Linguistics and Communication. 3rd Edition,1,(2010),174 – 191
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Mrs. Imeobong John Offong

Offong, I J. and Noah, Paulinus. Aspect of Slang Expressions in Ibibio. Calabar. Journal of Liberal Studies (AJOLIS). 19(1),(2013),60-73.
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Mrs. Imeobong John Offong

Udosen, E, Offong, I and Eka, M. The structure of idioms in Ibibio. International Journal of Language and Literature. 5(2),(2017),185-196
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Mrs. Imeobong John Offong

Ekpe, E. L., Offong I. and Okon, B. A.. De-mystifying the spelling of the exclamation wow!. Journal of Arts and Humanities. 3(9),(2014),50-56
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Mrs. Imeobong John Offong

Ncha, G. B. and Offong I. An analysis of a new dimension of personal names and documentation in Ibibio folk philosophy: An exercise in inguistic philosophy. Journal of Integrative Humanism Ghana. 3(2),(2014),137-146
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Mrs. Imeobong John Offong

Mensah, E. and Offong, I. The structure of Ibibio death prevention names. Anthropological Notebooks.19(3), (2013), 41-59
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Dr. Uzomba Chigozie Ikechukwu

Uzomba CI, Okpara HC, Uzomba AE, Etuk IS, Anah MU. Prevalence of Persistent Proteinuria using Urine Protein/Creatinine Ratio in Asymptomatic Primary School Children in Calabar, Nigeria. Afr J Paed Nephrol 2017;4:34-43.                                          
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Dr. Uzomba Chigozie Ikechukwu

Ochigbo SO, Ibanga A, Uzomba C.I. Prevalence of Ophthalmia Neonatorium in Calabar, South-South Nigeria (A 3-year Review). Iranian Journal of Neonatology 2016;7(3):1-4.
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Dr. Uzomba Chigozie Ikechukwu

Etuk I.S, Udo J.J, Anah M.U, Ewa A.U, Ekanem I.A, Uzomba C.I. The Profile of Congenital Malformation among Newborn Infants in Calabar. Nigerian Medical Practitioner 2009;56(3-4):40-42.
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Dr. Uzomba Chigozie Ikechukwu

Udo J.J, Eyong M.E, Anah M.U, Etuk  I.S, Uzomba C.I. and Asindi A.A. Neonatal Seizures in Calabar: A Revisit. Global Journal of Medical Sciences 2008;7(182):27-33.
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Mr. Jimmy Emmanuel Gabriel

Jimmy, Emmanuel G. “Post-UTME and the Senate.” Daily Trust,1st Nov. (2011),28
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Mr. Jimmy Emmanuel Gabriel

Jimmy, Emmanuel G. “A case for Post-UTME Tests.” Sunday Vanguard, 20th. (2010), 46
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Mr. Ginigeme Uchechi Nnochiri

Textile and Fashion Production Skills for Sustainable Development in the Niger Delta. In Global Journal of Humanities 8(1and 2),(2009) 63-67.
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Mr. Ginigeme Uchechi Nnochiri

Arts Education in Nigeria; Challenges and Implications For National Development. In Journal of Educational Innovators.(JEIN), Makurdi. A Publication of National Association for promoting Educational Innovators(NAPIEN). 4(1),(2011),437-441.
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Mr. Ginigeme Uchechi Nnochiri

Exploring Indigenous Resources as Colour Pigments for Textile purposes. In Journal of Educational Innovators.(JEIN), Makurdi. A Publication of National Association for promoting Educational Innovators(NAPIEN). 5(1), (2012),41-43.
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Mr. Ginigeme Uchechi Nnochiri

Effective Teaching and Learning of Arts; The Role of the Designer And Instructional Materials. In Journal of Educational Innovators.(JEIN), Makurdi. A Publication of National Association for promoting Educational Innovators(NAPIEN). 5(1),(2012),53-55
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Mr. Ginigeme Uchechi Nnochiri

Instructional Charts and Secondary Schools Students” Performance In Fine Arts in Calabar Metropolis. In CRUTECH Journal of science, Engineering and Technology. (JOSET) Calabar.1(2), (2012),7-10
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Mr. Ginigeme Uchechi Nnochiri

Adaptation of Motifs from the ‘Nkugho’ Traditional Institution for Sustainability. In EMOTAN A journal of the Arts, Benin City. 6(2),( 2012 ),92-98
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Mr. Ginigeme Uchechi Nnochiri

African Art, Philosophies and Concepts: Indices of Economic Growth, Development and Sustainability in An African Nation. In Journal of Inter-Disciplinary Studies,Netherlands. 2(2), (2015).
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Mr. Ginigeme Uchechi Nnochiri

Adaptation of Nsibidi of the Efik people for Textile Design. In The Artist Journal (TAJ), A journal of the faculty of environmental studies, Uyo. 2(2),( 2017),17-24
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Mr. Ekanem Etim Akak

Akak, E. E. and Aboh, J. A. “Security Management in a Democratic Society: A Panacea for Resolving Armed Conflict in the Niger Delta of Nigeria.” In International Journal of Arts and Humanities, 2(1),(2018)
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (2018).“The Impact of Feminism and Gender Consciousness on African Literature”. Abuja Journal of Gender Studies and Youth Advancement. 1.1 and 2:168-185.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. and Itang E. Egbung (2016). “Parental Control and the Child’s Quest for Freedom in Chimamanda Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus”. CALEL: Currents in African Literature and the English Language. VII: 88-97.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. and Itang E. Egbung (2014). “Significant Others, Family Responsibility and the Freedom of the African Child in Tsitsi Dangaremgba’s Nervous Conditions”. Mediterranean Journal of Social Science. 5, 20: 2059-2066.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (2014). “African Feminist Dialogics: Gender and Multi-Dimensional Politics in Selected African Novels” CALEL: Currents in African Literature and the English Language. IX: 19-36.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

Egbung, Itang and Grace E. OKEREKE (2009). “Education as an Equalizer: A Study of Bessie Head’s Maru and Tsitsi Dangarembga’s Nervous Conditions”. CALEL: Currents in African Literature and the English Language. 6:47-56.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (2005). “Language, Gender and Cultural Literacy in Selected Novels of Chinua Achebe and Elechi Amadi” CALEL: Currents in African Literature and the English Language 3.1:27-40.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (2004). “Orality, Gender Vocality and Female Revolt in Tsitsi Dangarembga’s Nervous Conditions”. CALEL: Currents in African Literature and the English Language 2.1:64-73.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (2003). “Rupture in Ideological and Narrative Continuity in Zaynab Alkali’s The Stillborn and The Virtuous Woman” Uyo Journal of Humanities. 8:236-247.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (2003). “Gender Literacy for Survival in Africa: The Triple Gender Agenda”. Journal of Applied Literacy and Reading. 1.1: 63-67.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (2001/2002). “Education as a Colonial Heritage and the Nigerian Woman in Literature”. LLC: Language, Literature and Communication. 2.1 and 2: 131-143.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (2001). “Literacy for the Education of the Nigerian Child in Select Children’s Fiction”. Education for Today: Journal of Faculty of Education. 2.1 and 2:131-143.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (2001). “Gender Disparity in Socio-Economic Empowerment in Selected Novels of Chinua Achebe and Buchi Emecheta”. The Paragon: A Journal of National Association of Women Academics (NAWACS). 1.1:79-88.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (2000). “The Role of Literature in Raising Women’s Consciousness towards Transformation in Nigeria”. Ndunode: Calabar Journal of the Humanities, 3.1:79-84.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (2000). “Feminist Consciousness in Flora Nwapa’s One is Enough”. JOWSA: Journal of Women’s Studies in Africa, 94-101.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (1997). “The Journey as Trope for Female Growth in Zaynab Alkali’sThe Virtuous Woman”. CALEL: Currents in African Literature and the English Language. 1.1:91-102.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (1997). “Language, Gender and Access to Politics, in Chinua Achebe’s Anthills of the Savannah and Buchi Emecheta’s Destination Biafra”. CAJOLIS: Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies.4.1:93-100.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (1996). “Woman’s Quest for Autonomy in Zaynab Alkali’s The Stillborn”. UFAHAMU: Journal of the African Activist Association XXIV, II and III: 97-120.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (1995). “Gender Politics and the Independent Woman in Buchi Emecheta’s Double Yoke”. Journal of the Third World Spectrum. 2.2:83-98.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (1995). “Samuel Selvon’s Evolution from A Brighter Sun to Turn Again Tiger: An Expansion of Vision and a Development of Form”. Tiger’s Triumph: Celebrating Sam Selvon. Kunapipi, 35-50.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (1994). “Commitment to the Feminist Ideology in the Novels of Buchi Emecheta”. Ndunode: Calabar Journal of the Humanities. 1.1:80-92.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE,Grace E. (1994). “The Birth Song as a Medium for Communicating Woman’s Maternal Destiny in the Traditional Community” RAL: Research in African Literatures Special Issue: Women as Oral Artists 25.3:19-32.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (1993). “Literacy as a Redemptive Factor in Nigerian Politics in Chinua Achebe’s A Man of the People and Anthills of the Savannah” Literacy and Reading 6:431-444.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (1991). “The Philosophy of Moderation: Children in Traditional Igbo Society in Selected Novels of Achebe, Munonye and Nwapa”. EJOLLS: Ekpoma Journal of Language and Literary Studies, 4:45-59.
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Prof. Grace Eche Okereke

OKEREKE, Grace E. (1990). “The Nigerian Rural Heritage: Prospects and Challenges for the General Studies Programme”. CAJOLIS: Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies. 2,1 :109-115.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Akuegwu, B. and Uchendu,C. C.(2012).Assessing Students’ Utilization of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) for Quality Education in South-South Nigeria Public Universities. Conference proceedings of 5th International conference of education, research and innovation at Madrid, Spain, 19th – 21st November. 3254 – 3262.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu, C. C. and Akuegwu, B.(2012).Lecturers’ Usage of new Technologies for Research and teaching in Cross River State University in Nigeria. Page – 0027 – 0032. Conference proceedings of 5th International conference of education,research and innovation at Madrid,Spain, 19th – 21st November.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu, C. C. and Nnaji, E. S.(2017).Politics of Access and Equalization of Basic Educational Opportunities: Implication for National transformation in Cross River State. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Udida, L A, Bassey, U U and Soji Oni (2010).University Physical Work Climate and Academic Staff productivity in Southern and Eastern Nigeria. The Oriental Anthropologies: A Bi-Annual International Journal of the Science of Man. 10(2):169-181.
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Dr. Godwin Bullem Anthony

Anthony, G. B., Essien, C. K. & Obi Bessong, V. M. (2016). Environmental Non Governmental Organization (ENGOs): A panacea for Environmental Sustainability in Nigeria. Social insight, 10(9), 120 - 129.
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Dr. Godwin Bullem Anthony

Anthony, G. B., Essien, C. K., Tawo, C. N. (2014). Environmental Adult Education. An important tool in curbing the problems associated with mining. International Journal of Adult Education and Development Studies (IJCEDS), 2(3), 1 - 8. 
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Dr. Godwin Bullem Anthony

Anthony, G. B., Itari, P. E. & Osang, W. O. (2014). Traditional knowledge system: A veritable tool for National Resource Conservation. International Journal of Adult Education and Development Studies (IJCEDS), 2(2), 151 - 160.
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Dr. Godwin Bullem Anthony

Akpama, S. I. Anthony, G. B. & Dominic, E. W. (2014). Some literacy programmes and sustainable poverty alleviation in southern Senatorial District, Cross River State. TSU Journal of Education Research and Production, 2(1) 64 - 69.
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Dr. Godwin Bullem Anthony

Anthony, G. B. & Osang, W. O. (2013). Adult Education: A Potent Tool for Attainment of the Millennium Development Goals. THE LEAJON: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, Calabar, 4(2), 117-128.
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Dr. Godwin Bullem Anthony

Anthony, G. B. & Awhen, V. O. (2012). Environmental Adult Education: A veritable tool for Combating Global Warming and Climate Change. THE LEAJON: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary studies. Calabar: JOCHRISAM Publishers, 4(1), 114-127. 
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Dr. Godwin Bullem Anthony

Anthony, G. B., Essien, C. K. & Osang, W. O. (2011). Literacy Education: An Important Tool in Promoting Gender Equality and Women Empowerment. The LEAJON. An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary studies. Calabar: JOCHRISAM publishers, 3(1), 46 - 52.
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Dr. Godwin Bullem Anthony

Anthony, G. B. (2012). Strategies for Funding Adult Basic Education in Nigeria. International Journal of Adult Education and Life Long Learning (IJAELL), 1(1), 179 - 186. 
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Dr. Godwin Bullem Anthony

Anthony, G. B., Essien. C. K. & Awhen, V. O. (2012). Designing Environmental Adult Education Programme under A Specified Network: “the indigenous participatory model of Network”. THE LEAJON: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. Calabar, 3(2), 9 - 19.
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Dr. Godwin Bullem Anthony

Anthony, G. B. (2012). Awareness Creation through Environmental Adult Education as a means for curbing the problem of Deforestation in Cross River State. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research. (IJEAPR). Calabar: A publication of the Department of Educational Administration and Planning, 5(1), 19 - 28. 
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Dr. Godwin Bullem Anthony

Anthony, G. B, Essien, C. K & Akpama, S. I. (2011). Tourism: A Vertical Tool for Socio- Economic Development of Cross River State. Policy Alert: Journal of Public Policy Analysis. Aba: Association for Public Policy Analysis, 4(1), 142 - 149.
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Dr. Godwin Bullem Anthony

Bullem, A. G. & Essien, C. K. (2008). CAMPFIRE: A Strategy for environmental protection in Africa. West African Journal of Educational Research (WAJER), 11, 53 - 56.
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Dr. Godwin Bullem Anthony

Essien, C. K. & Bullem, A. G. (2008). Community Training for Aforestation: A strategy for forest conservation. West African Journal of Educational Research (WAJER), 11, 38 - 43.
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Dr. Godwin Bullem Anthony

Akpama, S. I., Anthony, G. B. & Osang, W. O. (2005). Curriculum Contents  and Instructional Methods for Sensitizing Adult Learners to Health Implication of proper solid waste disposal. The journal of WCCI Nigeria, 5(1), 28 - 39.
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Dr. Godwin Bullem Anthony

Anthony, G. B. & Bisong, C. K. (2005). The impact of Poverty on Environmental Degradation. Education for Today, Journal of the Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, 5,(1), 83 - 98. 
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Dr. Godwin Bullem Anthony

Itari, P. E., Anthony, G. B. & Okeme, I. (2015). Personal factors as determinants of utilization of development information in rural communities of South-South Geo-political zone, Nigeria. Journal of Education and Practice, 6(3), 97 -105.   
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Dr. Godwin Bullem Anthony

Eneji, C. V. O., Ogar, D. A., Essien, C. K.& Anthony, G. B. (2014). An Assessment of Deforestation rates in Bekwarra Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Environment, 3(2), 28 - 37.
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Dr. Godwin Bullem Anthony

Eneji, C. V. O., Ntamu, G. U., Unwanade, C. C., Godwin, A. B., Bassey, J. E., Willaims, J. J., & Ignatius, J. (2012). Traditional African Religion in Natural Resources Conservation and Management in Cross River State, Nigeria. Environment and Natural Resources Research, 2(4), 45.
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Dr. Godwin Bullem Anthony

Arikpo, A. B., Akpama, S. I. Essien, C. K. & Anthony, G. B. (2011). Adult Education for Effective resources Management in the Multi-Ethnic Nigerian Environment. International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, 10,(6), 53 - 66.
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Prof. Celestine Oyom Bassey

Bassey, C. (2011). Ken SaroWiwa, Ethnic Minorities and Politics of Dispossession in Nigeria in C.Nwahuanya(ed.) From Boom to Doom: Protest and ConflictResolution in the Literature of the Niger Delta. New Owerri: Springfield Publishers, 17 - 26.
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Prof. Celestine Oyom Bassey

Bassey, C. (2010). Nigeria’s Security Framework and the Future of the Gulf of Guinea in OsitaEze (ed), Beyond Fifty Years of Nigerian Foreign Policy: Issues, Challenges and Prospects.Lagos: Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, 265 - 292.
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Prof. Celestine Oyom Bassey

Bassey, C. (1998). Federations in P. Alozie (eds.), Citizenship Education, (GSS Textbook for the Nigerian Universities), Aba: Vitalis, 88 - 116.
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Prof. Celestine Oyom Bassey

Bassey, C. (1996). Alternative Models for Peace-making in Africa: A Sub- Regionalist Model in M.A. Vogt & L. S. Aminu (eds). Peace-keeping in Africa: Chad and Liberia as Case Studies. Lagos: Malthouse, 472 - 504.
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Prof. Celestine Oyom Bassey

Bassey, C. (1993). The Peace-keeping Approach to Conflict Management: A Conceptual Overview in M.A. Vogot and A.Ekoko (eds.), Nigeria in International Peace-Keeping,1960-1990, Lagos: Malthouse, 24 - 44.
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Prof. Celestine Oyom Bassey

Bassey, C. (1997). The State and Economy in Nigeria: An Appraisal of Crisis and Adjustment, in J.O.Ozumba (ed.), Nigerian Government and Politics, Aba:Vitalis, 66 - 63.
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Prof. Celestine Oyom Bassey

Bassey, C. (1993). Nigeria in ECOMOG: The Dilemma of Preventive Diplomacy in J.Owoeye, Nigeria in International Institutions (Ibadan College Press), 159 - 170.
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Prof. Celestine Oyom Bassey

Bassey, C. (1992). Defence and Strategic Policy in Nigeria’s Relation with its Immediate Neighbours in B. Ate and B. Akinterinwa (eds.), Nigeria and its Immediate Neighbours: Constraints and Prospects of Sub-Regional Security in the 1990s,(Lagos: Purmark), 221 - 235.
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Prof. Celestine Oyom Bassey

Bassey, C. (1984). The African Security Agenda: “Collective Amnesia or Perpetual Debate in T.Shaw and D. Luke (eds.), Continent in Crisis: The Lagos Plan Action and Africa’s Future Development, (Washington DC, University Press of America, 103 - 130.
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Prof. Celestine Oyom Bassey

Bassey, C. (2015). Challenges of National Security in Nigeria. Centrepoint Journal, 18(2), 61 – 81. 
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Prof. Celestine Oyom Bassey

Bassey, C. (2012). Resource Diversification and Sustainable Development in Nigeria. British Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 5(1), 33 - 46.
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Prof. Celestine Oyom Bassey

Bassey, C. (2010). The Armed Forces and Security Challenges in the Niger Delta. African Peace Review, 9(1), 1 - 18.
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Prof. Celestine Oyom Bassey

Bassey, C (2012). Oil and conflict in the Niger Delta: A Reflection on the Politics of State Response to Armed Militancy” Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 3(2), 77 - 90.
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Prof. Celestine Oyom Bassey

Bassey, C. & Akpan, F. (2012). Mainstreaming Peace and Security in the Niger Delta: System. Global Journal of Social Science, 2(6), 13 - 22.
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Prof. Celestine Oyom Bassey

Bassey, C. & Akpan, F. (2012). The Politics of Resources Control in Nigeria. European Journal of Social Sciences, 27(2), 222 - 232.
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Prof. Celestine Oyom Bassey

Bassey, C. (2002). Theory and Research Process in the Social Sciences in Nigeria: A Synthesis and Evaluation of the State of Debate in Political Science. Annals of the Social Science Academy of Nigeria, 12, 17 - 38.
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Prof. Celestine Oyom Bassey

Bassey, C.(1998). The Church and Educational Development in Nigeria: A Sociological Appraisal. Nigerian Journal of Educational Foundations, 2(1), 114 - 136.
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Prof. Celestine Oyom Bassey

Bassey, C. (2000). The Legitimation of Intervention through Collective Security Regime: Some Policy Implications of Gulf War. African Journal of International Affairs and Development, 5(1), 117 - 148.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey U.U (2015). Innovation in School and Administration of Inclusive Education/Adult and Non-formal Education at Various Levels of Education: A lead paper. Journal of Research and Development in Education (JORDE): 5(2) 29-44
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Uche, K K, Bassey U.U (2015). Investing in Education and the challenge of graduate Unemployment, International Journal of Educational Administration and Research, 7(1): 82- 91
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey U.U Akuegwu B.A and K. K Uche (2015). Revitalizing Higher Education for a Self-reliant nation. International Journal of Educational Administration and Research, 7(1): 1-11.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey U.U (2011) An Assessment of Freshmen Satisfaction with the University Website in Cross River State of Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration and Planning, 4(1): 1-12.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U. U., Akuegwu, B. A. and Essien, M. I. E. (2006). Trend analysis on examination malpractice in Nigeria 2002-2004: Implication for schools management. African Journal of Educational Foundations, 1(1): 249-262.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Akuegwu, B. A., Udida, L. A. and Bassey, U. U. (2006). Attitude towards quality research among lecturers in universities in Cross River State Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning, 6(1): 185-195.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U. U., Akuegwu, B. A. and Uchendu, C. C. (2006). Analysis of teachers’ demand and supply in primary schools in Cross River State, Nigeria, 2003-2005. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies, 13(1): 23-36.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Asim, A. E. and Bassey, U. U. (2005). Teachers’ retraining programme package: How do southern senatorial zone of Cross River State teachers evaluate the effectiveness of its capacity building? The Journal of WCCI Nigeria Chapter, 5(1): 195-203.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U. U., Udom, A. A. and Ekpoh, U. I. (2005). A comparative analysis of quality control in public and private schools in Akwa Ibom State. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning, 5(2): 25-36.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U. U., Asim, A. E. and Essien, M. I. E. (2005). A comparative analysis of staffing and academic performance of students in public and private secondary schools in Cross River State. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning, 5(1): 12-16.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U. U. and Archibong, I. A. (2005). Assuring quality graduate output through entrepreneurial oriented education in Nigerian universities. A Journal of Development Studies Round Table, 2 (1): 93-106.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Mbipom, G., Bassey, U. U. and Archibong, I. A. (2004). Students’ perception of education deregulation policy in South Eastern Nigerian federal universities. Nigerian Journal of Social Issues and Development Issues, 4(1): 148-155.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U. U. and Akuegwu, B. A. (2004). Manpower utilization in early childhood care and development education (ECCDE) in primary schools in Calabar, Cross River State. A Journal of Development Studies Round Table, 1(1and2): 24-33.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Asim, A. E. and Bassey, U. U. (2003). An evaluation of female representation in the teaching profession: A case study of public secondary schools in Cross River South Senatorial District. The Journal of WCCI Nigerian Chapter, 4(2):185-194.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U. U. and Archibong, I. A. (2003). Funding strategies for education at the secondary school level in Cross River State. Education for Today, 3(3): 13-21.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U. U. (2003). Demographic variables and attritional tendency among secondary school teachers in Cross River State of Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research, 1(2): 69-83.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, S. U. and Bassey, U. U. (2003). Perceived resource availability and job performance among teachers in Akwa Ibom and Cross River States of Nigeria. Journal of Education and Society, 6(1): 1-8.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U. U., Mbipom, G. and Akuegwu, B. A. (2003). A comparative study of public and private secondary school principals’ administrative effectiveness in Calabar. Education for Today, 3(1): 91-101.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U. U. and Ntukidem, P. J. (2002). The partial commercialization of introductory technology workshop as a sustainable strategy for financial public secondary education in Cross River State. International Journal of Educational Planning and Administration, 1(2): 135-148.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U. U. and Archibong, I. A. (2001). Teacher under-utilization in public secondary schools in Calabar Educational Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria. Education for Today, 2(1): 86-98.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U. U. and Archibong, I. A. (2001). Career attachment and public secondary school teachers’ attitude towards retirement in Cross River State south senatorial district. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research, 1(1): 8-18.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U. U. (2001). Correlates of teacher attritional tendencies in Cross River State school system of Nigeria. West Africa Journal of Educational Research. 4 (1): 14-18.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U. U. and Asim A.E. (2001). Pattern of absentee tendency among public secondary school Teachers’ in Cross River State South Senatorial District. International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy, 4(1): 141-149.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U. U. and Udida, L.A (2001). Staff development practices in Cross River State Secondary Education Sector. International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy, 4 (1): 157-162.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U. U. and Udida, L. A. (2000). Planning and managing educational development in Cross River State, Nigeria. West Africa Journal of Educational Research, 3(2): 177-181.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U.U. (2000). The role of parents in the actualization of UBE in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal Research in Basic and lifelong Education, 1(1 and 2): 195-204.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Udida, L.A., Bassey, U. U., Egbona, A. E. and Ekpenyong, E. E. (2013). Ethics and Research as Collaborative Strategies for Improved Quality in Higher Education in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Review. 6(2) : 261-266
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Uduak Imo Ekpoh and Usang Usang Bassey (2011). School Location and Principals’ Management of Teachers’ Indiscipline in Akwa Ibom State Secondary Schools, Nigeria. International Journal of Business and Social Science. 2(6): 153-156
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey U.U (2011). Web Based Materials for Teaching and Research. Journal of Information Technology. 10(7): 227 -280
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Udom, Akaninyene Amos and Bassey, Usang (2010) Fiscal Allocation and Administrative Effectiveness of University Managers in Southern Nigeria. Canadian Social Science. 6(6): 206-216.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Usang, U. Bassey (2010) Assessment of the Nigerian Universities during the Post-Deregulation Period. A Journal of African Studies in Education management and Leadership. 1(1): 1-1.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, S.U.and Bassey, U.U. (2008) Reforming Total Quality Management Practices in University Governance in South-South Nigeria. The African Symposium 8(1), 74-85.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U.U, Akuegwu, B.A, and Egbona, A.E (2008) Non-Teaching Staff Perceptions of the New Pension Scheme and their work Morale in Some South-South Nigeria Universities. Journal of the World Universities Forum. 1(5) 31-39.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U.U and Daniel, O. (2008) Tertiary Entrepreneurship Education and Graduate Self-employment Potentials in Nigeria. Journal of the world universities forum. 1(3) 131-141
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U.U, Akuegwu, B.A, Umoren, G., Ekpiken, W., Udida, L., Egbona, A.E., and Uche, K.(2008) University administrator’s provision for entrepreneurial studies in Nigeria: Implications for employment promotion. South African Journal of Education Leadership and Management. 1(1) 35-51.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Umoren, G and Bassey, U.U (2007).Computer Phobia and Undergraduate Students’ Performance in Introduction to Computers in South Universities in Nigeria. The International Journal of Learning. 14(2), 275-285.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U.U and Archibong, I.A. (2007) An Assessment of Community participation in the provision of resources for the Management of Secondary Schools in Cross River State in Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Education and Teaching. 1(4) 75-79
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey, U.U., Akuegwu, B.A. and Umoren G. (2007). Technology support for Non-academic Staff in Southern Nigeria Tertiary Institutions: Its Depth, Breadth and Impact. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management. 7(5), 1-8.
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Prof. Usang Usang Bassey

Bassey U.U,Akuegwu Basil, Udida Lucy and Udey Franca .U.(2007). Academic Staff Research Productivity: A study of Universities in South – South Zone of Nigeria.Educational Research and Review.2(5)103-108.
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Bassey,U.U, Akuegwu,B.A, Udida, L.A, Uchendu, C.C , Sule, M and Emanghe, E.E (2006). Administering Special Needs students in Inclusive Education in Universities in Cross River State Nigeria: Problems and Prospects. African Journal of Special Educational Needs. 4(2), 220-230.
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Prof. Celestine Oyom Bassey

Bassey, C. (1998). Casual Dynamics and the Onset of War: A Theoretical Re-examination of Extant Postulates. Journal of Humanities, 1(2), 1 - 19.
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Bassey, C. (1993). ECOWAS Cease-fire monitoring Group (ECOMOG) and the Liberian Crisis: Empirical Analysis and Policy Implications. Nigerian Journal of Policy and Strategy, 8(1&2), 42 - 53.
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Bassey, C. (1994). Problems of International Peace and Security: African Viewpoint. Journal of Peace Education, 1(1), 8 - 16.
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Bassey, C. (2000). The Security Forces and Popular Social Movements: The Dilemma of Institutional Development and Social Transformation”, In Journal of Historical Studies, 5(1), 10 - 28.
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Bassey, C. (1998). Domestic Sources of Regional Insecurity in Africa. International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy, 1(1), 111 - 131.
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Bassey, C. (1994). Nigeria and Regional Security in West Africa Sub-Region: Lessons from Monrovia. Nigerian Forum, 14(1&2), 31 - 45.
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Bassey, C. (1996). Colonial Police and Resistance Movements (with Professor Eskor Toyo).UNICAL Quaterly, 1(2), 43 - 70.
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Bassey, C. (1993). Presidentialism and Governance in the Local Government System. Quarterly Journal of Administration, 26(1 & 2), 20 - 30.
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Bassey, C. (1991). From Clientelism to Participatory Democracy: Emerging Social Crisis in Africa and its Implications for Security Systems Relations. Indian Journal of Politics, 2, 21 - 46.
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Bassey, C. (1996). Restraint Factors in Nigeria’s Military Statecraft: Theory and Evidence. UNICAL Quarterly, 1(2), 110 - 136.
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Bassey, C. (1993). African States and the Politics of Continental Defence. Nigerian Journal of International Affairs, 19(1), 48 - 71.
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Bassey, C. (1999). The Diplomacy of Dependence: A Critique of Nigeria’s Relation with the Great Powers, 1960-1968. Calabar Journal of Politics and Administration, 1(1), 31 - 62.
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Bassey, C. (1998). Critical Observations on Western Perception of Peace and Security in Africa. African Peace Review, 2(1), 36 - 64.
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Bassey, C. (2000). The Political Economy of Defence Expenditure in Nigeria: The Gun or Garri Controversy Revisited. Ethiope Research, 1, 1 - 20.
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Bassey, C. (1996). The United Nations Conflict Management Process in Angola. Korean Journal of International Studies, 26(1), 111 - 130.
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Bassey, C. (1990). Contemporary Strategic Thought and the African Condition. Journal of Asian and African Affairs, 2(1), 9 - 28.
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Bassey, C. (1990). The Military Instrument and Strategic Policy in Democratic Order: A Theoretical Reconsideration of Some Unresolved Issues Concerning Nigeria. The Journal of Political Science, 13, 15 - 31.
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Bassey, C. (1989). Retrospect and Prospects of Political Stability in Nigeria. Africa Studies Review, 32(1), 97 - 113.
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Bassey, C. (1988). Nigeria’s Quest for Military –Industry Complex. Nigeria Journal of International Studies, 12, 97 - 113.
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Bassey, C. (1987). Nigeria’s Defence Policy in Future Continental Order. Nigerian Journal of International Affairs, 13(2), 83 - 105.
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Ajake, A. O., Enang, I, Amalu, T and Ojugbo, P.A (2016). Assessment of Cultural Museum Landscapes for Tourism Development: The Calabar Museum Scenario, Cross River State, Nigeria. In Ottoman: Journal of Tourism and Management.1,(1).119-134.
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Amalu, T. E., Ojugbo, P.A and Otop, O. O (2018) Assessment of Impact of Recreational Resorts on Socio-Economic Growth of Calabar, Cross River State – Nigeria. Sustainable Geoscience and Geotourism. (1) 11-2
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Iji, Edde and Ugoji Nwabueze. Freedom of Information Acts for Practicing Journalists: Legal and Ethical Issues, LWATTI Journal (2013)
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Iji, Edde, Ndoma J, Brown, V. E. Bassey-Duke and Offiong Okon. “Echoes of Photo-journalism in Nigeria’s Tell and Newswatch Magazines”, in Annals of Humanities and Development Studies,1(2),(2010), 218 – 232
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Iji, Edde, Ndoma J. Brown, Bassey Duke, Offiong Okon and Ella Cornellius Udo. “Cartoons As Voices for National Development: The Nigerian Experience”, in Annals of Humanities and Development Studies, 1(2),(2010),181 – 193
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Iji, Edde and Grace Ama. “Media Deregulation in Nigeria As Dividends of Democratic Impetus”, in Culture and Politics. VIII( 4),(2007), 6- 126
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Osofisan’s Reincarnation of Moremi Myth In Morountodun”, in Emerging Perspectives on Femi Osofisan ed. Tunde Akinyemi and Toyin Falola, New Jersey: African World Press,422 – 453.
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Iji, Edde. “From Zia With Love: Soyinka’s Graffiti on the Nigerian Walls”, in Ogun’s Children…Literature and Politics of Wole Soyinka since the Noble, ed. Onookane Okome, New Jersey: African World Press, (2004),151 – 169
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Iji, Edde and Bojor Enamhe. “Enhancing Human Development Through Realignment of Communication Tripod: Proxemics, Kinetics and Cybernetics”, Lwatti Journal of Contemporary Research, 9(1),(2012),281 – 292
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Iji, Edde and Moses O. Umukoro. “Introducing Esiaba Irobi and August Boal to Nigerian Pupil Playwrights and Critics”, Lwatti Journal of Contemporary Research, 8(2),(2011),140 – 152
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Iji, Edde and Moses O. Umukoro. “Impact of Theory on the Development of Drama and Theatre: A periscopi survey”, Lwatti Journal of Contemporary Research, 8(I),(2011),167-183
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Iji,Edde. “Dramatic Theories and Criticism: Impetus for Creative Intellection”, in LWATTI, A Journal of Contemporary Research,61),(2009),214 – 232
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Iji, Edde. “Translation, Principles and Application in Theatre and Media Studies”, in LWATTI, A Journal Of Contemporary Research, 6(2), (2009),178 – 197
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Iji, Edde and Grace Ama. “Media Deregulation in Nigeria as Dividends of Democratic Impetus”, In Culture and Politics.VIII( 4), (2007), 6 – 126.
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Iji, Edde. “Henshaw’s Enough Is Enough As Rhetorical Residues of Nigeria Civil War”, in Sankofa, Journal of Humanities,3(2), (2005), 40 – 62.
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Iji, Edde and Bojor Eanamhe. “The Potency of Non Verbal Communication in Theatre and Media Studies”, in Applause: Journal of Theatre and Media Studies, 1(1 , 2),(2006),145 – 16
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Iji, Edde. “Dramatic Theory and Criticism As Impetus for Creative Intellection”, In Global Journal of Humanity , 6(1,2),(2007), 17- 28
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Iji, Edde. “Saro-Wiwa’s Sardonic Humours Captured in four farcical plays”, in Global Journal of Humanities,2(1,2), (2003),15 – 23
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Iji, Edde. “The American Minstrels and Caricature of African- American Image: A Legacy of Harmful Stereotype”, in Journal of Creative Arts, 2(1,2),(2001),1-10
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Iji, Edde. “Culture And Theatre As Synergy For Addressing the Nigerian National Question”, In Nigerian Theatre Journal, Lagos: SONTA,(2004),1-26
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Iji, Edde. “From Zia with Love: Soyinka’s Graffiti on the Nigerian Walls”, in Ogun’s Children…Literature and Politics of Wole Soyinka Since the Noble (ed.) Onookome Okome, New Jersey: Africa World Press, (2004),151 – 169.
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Iji, Edde. “Manipulating the Media Towards Re-engineering the Civil Society for Sound Democratic Polity”, in Civil Society and the Consolidation of Democracy in Nigeria, (ed.) Okon Uya, (2000),268 – 275.
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Iji, Edde. “Mass Media Effects, Uses and Gratification”, in Mass Communication: Concepts and Essays (ed.) Bassey B. Daniel, Calabar: Wusen Press,(1997), 63 – 86.
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Boypa O. Egbe “Evolution of Nigerian Nationalism: Panacea to Crisis.” In Yakubu A. Ochefu, Okpeh O. Okpeh AND Wilfred T. Uji (ed.) Historical Consciousness, Social Engineering and Nation-Building in Nigeria. Aboki Publishers, Makurdi, (2014)
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Boypa O. Egbe AND Ibiang Obono Okoi. “Pre-Colonial Inter-Group Boundary Relations in Africa: The Nigeria Experience” In LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 14(4),(2017),35-44
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Boypa O. Egbe AND Ibiang Obono Okoi. “Colonialism and Origin of Boundary Crisis in Nigeria.” In LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 14( 4),(2017),74-87
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Ihejiamaizu, E. C. AND Egbe, B. O. The Sociology of Traditional and Modern Political Administration Systems and Some Contentious Issues in Contemporary Nigeria. African Scholars Publishing Company, 4, Njoku Street, Owerri,(2001)
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Eba, Maxwell B.,Egbe, Boypa O. and Okorn, Felix T. “Commonwealth of Nations: Living Memories” in SOPHIA African Journal of Philosophy,15(2), (2015)
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Eba, M. B. AND Egbe, B. O. “Tourism in Nigeria: Past, Present and Future.” In The LEAJON: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. 6(1), (2014), 128-137
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Egbe, B. O. and Eba, M. B. “Nigeria’s Democratization Process and the Challenge of Political Corruption: Policy Options for Solution.” In The LEAJON: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. 9(1), (2014), 4-166
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Egbe B. O. “Oil Exploration,The Niger Delta Minorities and the National Quesiton.” In West African Journal of Research and Development in Education. 9(1),(2002),35-44
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Essen, C. B., Idaka, I. E., & Metibemu, M. A. (2017). Item level diagnostics and model-data fit in Item Response Theory (IRT) using BILOG-MG V3.0 and IRTPRO V3.0 programmes. Global Journal of Educational Research, 16, 87 - 94.
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Akubuiro, I. M., & Idaka, I. E. (2016). Improving educational measurement with the 3-Parameter Logistic Model (3PLM). International Journal of Rewsearch in Basic and Lifelong Education, 5(1& 2),114 - 121.
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Idaka, I. E., & Uzoechi, L. (2016). Gender, age and employability skills acquisition among university students in Imo State, Nigeria. Internal Journal of Innovative Education Research, 4(4), 5 - 15.
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Idaka, I. E., Emanghe, E. E. & Onwochei, N. (2014). Assessment of School Refusal among Basic Education pupils in Aniocha South Local Government Area of Delta State. Education for Today, 11(2), 71-76.
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Akubuiro, I. & Idaka, I. E. (2013). Gender, school location and academic performance of senior secondary school students in Physical Science Subjects in Southern Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Basic and Lifelong Education, 3(1&2), 22 - 28.
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Akpama, G. E., Akpo O. B., Idaka I. E. & Okey  S. M. (2012). Counseling  for utilization of university students’ research findings by the Nigeria government and private sector. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, 2(10), 117 - 123.
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Idika, D., Idaka, I. E. & Ukpor, C. (2012). Assessment of availability and utilization of Information Technology (IT) for effective teaching of sciences in secondary schools in Cross River State. Journal of Teacher Perspective, 6(1), 63 - 74.
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Idaka, I. E. & Akubuiro, I. (2012). From Closed-book Examinations (CBEs) to Open-book Examinations (OBEs): An introduction to a desirable transition. Journal of Resourcefulness and Distinction, 2(1), 15 - 23.
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Bassey, P. U., Isangedighi, A. J., Okon, M. & Idaka I. E. (2010). Some affective characteristics as correlates of secondary school students performance in mathematics in Cross River State. Global Journal of Educational Research, 9(1&2), 77 - 83.
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Bassey, P. U., Okon, M. O. & Idaka, I. E. (2010). Manifest anxiety and students’ mathematics performance in Cross River State. The Calabar Counsellor, 4 (4), 36 - 42.
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Akpama, E. G., Bassey, A. O., Idaka I. E. & Egong, A. I. (2010). Secondary school curriculum building and implementation of the National Policy on Education: Implication for Counseling. Nigeria Journal of Teacher Education and Teaching, 8(1), 55 - 64.
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Akpama, E. G., Bassey A. O. & Idaka, I. E. (2009). Towards a new Education culture in Cross River State: The dimension of effective teaching of indigenous language for the primary and junior secondary. Implication for Counseling. Journal of Childhood and Primary Education, 6(2), 55 - 71.
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Bassey, A. O., Akpama, E. G., & Idaka, I. E. (2009). Basic Education teacher’s participation in curriculum development and effective teaching in Cross River State of Nigeria: Counselling implication. West Africa Journal of Educational Research, 12(1&2), 7 - 14.
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Akpo, O. B. & Idaka, I. E. (2009). Street children and economic development: Implication for counseling. The Calabar Counsellor, 1(1), 47 - 60.
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Idaka, I. E., Bassey, S. W. & Anagbogu, G. E. (2009). From Assessment of Learning to Assessment for Learning: An introduction to a desirable transition. FCT Education Secretariat Journal of Curriculum Studies and Instruction, 2(1), 119 - 122.
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Dr. Idaka, Idaka Egbe

Bassey, A. O., Apebende, E. U., Idaka, I. E. & Ifere,  A. B. E. (2009). Emotional health and academic performance of primary school pupils in Cross River State. The Nigerian Journal of Research and Production, 15(2), 84 - 90.
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Dr. Idaka, Idaka Egbe

Idaka , I. E., Ayange, E. E. & Otu, B. D. (2009). Test and Measurement literacy and application of the knowledge in the classroom: A Case study of secondary school teachers in the Central Educational Zone (CEZ) of Cross River State. The International Researcher a Multi-Disciplinary Journal of the Graduate School, University of Calabar, 1(3), 104 - 110.
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Dr. Idaka, Idaka Egbe

Bassey, S. W. & Idaka, I. E. (2008). Reforming assessment practices in Nigerian schools: The option of integrated domain benchmarking. Journal of Childhood and Primary Education, 4(1), 50 - 59.
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Dr. Idaka, Idaka Egbe

Idaka, I. E. & Bassey, S. W. & Ayang, E. (2008). Test as a stethoscope: The need for adequate training and re-training in Educational Test and Measurement for all teachers. Global Journal of Educational Research, 7(1&2), 25 - 29.
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Dr. Idaka, Idaka Egbe

Idaka, I. E. & Joshua, M. T. (2007). Some correlates of Cross River University of Technology students’ attitude towards teaching practice: Implication for the professionalization of teaching. Nigeria  Journal of Teacher Education and Teaching, 3(1), 94 - 102.
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Dr. Idaka, Idaka Egbe

Idaka, I. E. & Usang E. (2006). Publish or perish syndrome in higher institutions: Implications for quality certification in tertiary institutions. The Nigeria Journal of Research and Production, 9(2), 61 - 65.
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Dr. Idaka, Idaka Egbe

Idaka, I. E. & Joshua M. T. (2005). Assessment of the preparedness of Nigeria Academics for Faculty Evaluation by students. Education for Today. 5(1), 17 - 28.
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Dr. Idaka, Idaka Egbe

James, B. E. & Idaka, E. I. (2005). An investigation of marital adjustment and academic performance of married students. International Journal of  Educational Administration, Planning and Research, 2(1), 215 - 219.
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Dr. Idaka, Idaka Egbe

Idaka, I. E. & Idaka, E. I. (2014). From Classical Test Theory (CTT) to Item Response Theory (IRT) in research instrument validation: An introductory to a desirable transition. A Journal of Contemporary Research, 11(3), 36 - 44.
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Dr. Idaka, Idaka Egbe

Idaka, I. E., & Akubuiro, I. M. (2013).  Responses of Nigerian universities to the use of Technology – Based teaching strategies: Students’ perspective from Cross River University of Technology, Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Educational and Social Research, 3(3). 143 - 148.
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Dr. Idaka, Idaka Egbe

Idaka, I. E. (2013). Re-engineering University Education for employability in Nigeria. Journal Of Education and Practice, 4(11) 43 - 46.
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Dr. Idaka, Idaka Egbe

Ayang, E. E., Edu, D. O. & Idaka I. E. (2012). Gender and self-concept as correlates of the psychomotor performance of students in Basic Electricity in technical colleges in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Educational and Social Research, 2(1), 171 - 176.
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Dr. Idaka, Idaka Egbe

Edu, D. O., Ayang, E. E. & Idaka I. E. ( 2012). Evaluation of  instructional methods and aptitude effects on the psychomotor performance in Basic Electricity among technical students in Southern Educational Zone, Cross River State, Nigeria. American International Journal of Contemporary Research, 2(2), 117 - 123.
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Dr. Idaka, Idaka Egbe

Idaka, I. E., Asim, A. E. & Egbonna, A. (2011). Some correlates of Basic Education teachers’ application of testing skills in School-Based Assessment (SBA) programme in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Review, 4 (2), 279 - 285.
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Dr. Idaka, Idaka Egbe

Idaka, I. E., Egbonna, A. & Bassey, P. U. (2011). Trainee teachers’ test anxiety and academic achievement in Educational Test and Measurement in University of Calabar. America Journal of Social Issues & Humanities, 1(2), 174 - 185.
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Dr. Idaka, Idaka Egbe

Apebende, E. U., Akpo O. B., Idaka I. E. & Ifere, A. B. E. (2010). Parental involvement and effective National implementation of the Universal Basic Education (UBE). African Research Review, 4(2), 311 - 321.
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Dr. Idaka, Idaka Egbe

Idaka,  I. E. & Joshua M. T. (2009). Attitude of academic staff in Nigeria tertiary educational institutions to Student Evaluation of Instruction (SEI): A case study of Cross River University of Technology. Educational Research and Review, 4(10), 470 - 474.
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Dr. Idaka, Idaka Egbe

Idaka, I. E., Joshua M. T., & Kritsonis, W. A. (2006 ). Attitude of academic staff in Nigerian tertiary educational institutions to Student Evaluation of Instruction (SEI). Journal of Scholarly Academic Intellectual Diversity, 8(1), 1 - 9.
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Mrs. Oba Achi Ndifon

Ajake, U. E., Oba, A. N. & Ekpo, T. E. (2014) Enriching higher education curriculum to meet the challenges of the 21stcentury in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Social Research 4 (30), 21-30.Oba, A. N. & Ajake, U. E. (2014) The prevalence of indiscipline behaviour among primary school pupils in Calabar Education Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria: Psychological implications for development. Education for Today, 10(106-113).Dr. Melvina N. Amalu & Achi Ndifon, (2016). Age and mathematics anxiety of secondary school students in Enugu State. Review of Education and Human Development 2 (2), 9-17.Oba, Achi Ndifon & Melvina N. Amalu, (2017).      School violence and academic achievement of SSS II students in Calabar Metropolis. The Nigerian Educational Psychologists vol. 15, (1) 223-229).Uchenna, E. Ajake & Achi Ndifon Oba (2017).Risk factors for moral decay among Nigerian youths: The role of the psychologist in curbing the menace. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research (IJEAPR) 9(2), 134-145).   Uchenna E. A., Isanghedighi A. J. and Achi N. O. (2014) Mentorship and Univeristy Lecturers professional growth: Implication for sustainable educational development in South-South Nigeria.58th Year Book of International Council on Education for Teaching p. 14-23
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Mrs. Maria Enemeba Ngwu

Foreign Journal papers 1.     Rachel D. Uche, Maria E. Ngwu (2017). Background variables and prevalence of Bullying among Secondary School students in Bayelsa State, Nigeria. International Journal of Research and Development. (JRDO) 1 (9) 2456 – 2947. 2.     Rachel D. Uche, Maria E. Ngwu (2017). Correlates of Subjective well-being among middle Aged Female teachers in public schools in Bayelsa State, Nigeria. Advances in social psychology. (ASP) 1 (2) 1 -5. Local Journal papers 3.     Maria E. Ngwu (2015). Entrepreneurial Education in Nigeria, implication for counselling services. Education for today. Journal of Faculty of Education (11) 99 – 103. 4.     Maria E. Ngwu (2016). Pastoral Counselling and Holistic Healing as perceived by Medical Personnel in Cross River State. International Journal of Educational Administration, planning and Research (IJEAPR). 1 (8) 208 – 216. 5.     Maria E. Ngwu (2016). The concept of Holistic Healing and Pastoral Counselling of patients in Hospital in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of continuing Education and Development studies (IJCEDS) 1 (3) 190 – 193. 6.     Maria E. Ngwu and Rachel D. Uche (2016). Moral values: Panacea for Peace and Security, Implication for Counselling. International Journal of Research in Basic and Lifelong Education 1 & 2 (5). 65 – 69. 7.     Rachel D. Uche and Maria E. Ngwu (2016). The impact of the Niger Delta militancy on the Education of children in Nembe Local Government Area of Bayelsa State, Nigeria.International Journal of Research in Basic and Lifelong Education. 1 & 2 (5) 43 – 51.  8.     Maria E. Ngwu and Melvina Amalu (2017). Sexuality Education: Sexual behaviour among Adolescents in Secondary Schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. Calabar Counsellor 1 (6) 197 – 208.
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Prof. Alice Eta Asim

24. Asim, A. E.,  Ukpor, C. O., Eni, E. I. & Promise, G. (2017). Effective assessment of students with visual impairment: Voices from University of Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Faculty of Education, 13(3), 173-181. 
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Mrs. Ushie, Theresa Ukpeye

1.                  Publications (Books, Journal Articles etc) full citation is needed; add additional sheets as appropriate: i)             Cecilia, A. B., Love, J. A. & Theresa, B. U. (2016). Educating the adults and other target groups in Nigeria in the 21st century. Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspective. 5(1), 83-88, ISSN: 2315-9936. ii)          Itari, P. E. & Ugbe, T. B. (2018). Education for sustainable development in Nigeria and other developing nations. British Journal of Education, 6(5): 41-51, ISSN: 2054-636x. iii)        Ushie, G. B. & Ugbe, T. B. (2017). The role of adult education in social change and social mobility. International journal of continuing education and development studies. 4(1), ISSN: 2449.030X
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Osim, R. O., Akeke, M. N. and Uchendu, C. C.(2016).Educational support variables and teacher’s work performance in secondary schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning, 15(3), 733-744.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Akuegwu, B. A., Uchendu, C. C. and Nwafor, I. A.(2016). Students’ assessment of the effectiveness of entrepreneurship educators in Universities in Cross River State, Nigeria. Education for Today: Journal of Faculty of Education, University of Calabar. 12(1), 34-42.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Okpa, O. E.,Okoi, I. I. and Uchendu,C.C.(2016). Succession planning and administrative effectiveness of head of departments in Universities in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research, 8(1), 240-249
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu, C. C.,Okon, I. E., and Nnaji, E. S.(2016). Classroom observation conference and teaching instructional roles performance in public secondary schools in Calabar Educational Zone of Cross River State,Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration,Planning and Research 8(1), 1-6.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Okon, B., Ibom, L. A., Nsa E. E. and Okoh, L. O. (2013). Swamp taro cocoyam (Cytosperma chamissonis) as a potential feedstuff for livestock. Global Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 12:101 – 107.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C. C.,Ekpoh,U. I., and Ukpong, N. N.(2015).Knowledge acquisition and dissemination among administrators of secondary schools in Calabar Metropolis, Cross River State, Nigeria.International Journal of Educational Administration,Planning and Research 6 (2),1-8.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Okon, B., Ibom, L. A., Ifut, O. J. and Bassey, A. E. (2013). Intraspecies variation in nutritive potentials of eggs from two ectotypes of giant African land snail (Archachatina marginata var. saturalis) in Calabar, Nigeria. African Journal of Agricultural Research. 8(15):1310 – 1314.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Okon, B., Ibom, L. A. and Njume, G. N. (2013). Genetic differentiation between the black skinned and white skinned snails (Archachatina marginata) using random amplified polymorphic DNAs. African Journal of Biotechnology. 12(32):5035 – 5039.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Okon, B., Ibom, L. A., Ebenso, I. E. and Bassey, A. E. (2013). Developmental stages and quality traits of giant African land snails [Archachatina marginata (Swainson)] eggs. Natural Science. 5(10):1121 – 1126.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Ibom, L. A., Okon, B. and Asuquo, L. E. (2014). Heterosis of Body Weights and Egg Weights of F1 Snails (Archachatina marginata var. saturalis) in Obubra, Nigeria. Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare. 4(17):120 – 123.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Ibom, L. A., Okon, B., Okon, F. I. and Owoyemi, J. D. (2015). Reproductive Performance of Archachatina marginata var. ovum Snails in Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Molluscan Research. 1:64 – 73.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Ibom, L. A., Okon, B., Okon, F. I. and Owoyemi, J. D. (2015). Reproductive Performance of Archachatina marginata var. ovum Snails in Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Molluscan Research. 1:64 – 73.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Okon, B., Ibom, L. A., Ina-Ibor, O. B. and Owai, P. U. (2016). Nutritional Evaluation of Giant African Land Snail (Archachatina marginata var. saturalis) fed Diet containing Full fat Rubber as a Replacement for Soybean. Nigerian Journal of Agriculture, Food and Environment (NJAFE). 12(2):1 – 8.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Okon, B., Ibom, L. A., Bassey, A. E. and Okon, F. I. (2016). The Role of Prostaglandins in Livestock Production. Global Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 15:27 – 30.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Okon, B., Ibom, L. A. and Njume, G. N. (2016). Transgenesis Techniques and its Application in Poultry Production. Global Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 15:11 – 15.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Okon, B., Ibom, L. A., Etta, H. A. and Akpan, A. M. (2016). Application of Number of Whorls on the Shell for the Estimation of Age of Giant African Land Snails [Archachatina marginata (S)] in Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Molluscan Research. 2:46 – 52.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Okon, B., Ibom, L. A., Okon, F. I. and Akpan, A. M. (2016). Phenotypic Traits Differentiation between Two Ectotypes of Archachatina marginata (S) Snails based on Phases of Growth and Number of Whorls on the Shell. Journal of Molluscan Research. 2:33 – 45.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Ibom, L. A., Okon, B., Henry, A. J., Okon, F. I. and Eze, J. C. (2016). Effects of Storage Periods and Methods on Egg Quality of Nigerian Local Chickens. Nigerian Journal of Agriculture, Food and Environment (NJAFE). 12(3):63 – 69.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

O. M. Etukudo, B. Okon, U. B. Ekaluo and L. A. Ibom (2016). Genetic Differentiation Between Black-Skinned and White-Skinned Ectotypes of Giant African Land Snails (Archachatina marginata) in Calabar, Nigeria. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences. 22:135 – 139.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Okon, B., Ibom, L. A., Sam, I. M. and Ibiang, N. O. (2017). Comparison of growth and heterosis of body parameters of two varieties of snail [Archachatina marginata (Swainson, 1821)] and their crosses reared under tropical conditions. Journal of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine. 2:1 – 7.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Okon, B., Ibom, L. A., Dauda, A., Bassey, A. E., Awodiran, M. O. and Etukudo, M. O. (2017). Chromosome numbers, evolutionary relationships and divergence among three breeds of giant African land snails in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production. 44(2):1 – 10.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Okon, B., Ibom, L. A., Bassey, O. A. and Abia, M. E. (2017). Effects of group size and floor-space allowance on growth performance and body components of wean-to-finish pigs in the tropical environment. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production. 44(1):227 – 232.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Okon, B., Ibom, L. A., Udo, U. H. and Sam, I. M. (2017). Phenotypic Correlations and Body Weights Prediction of Archachatina marginata (Swainson, 1821) snail using Morphometric Traits and Number of Whorls on the Shell. Journal of Molluscan Research. 3:42 – 48.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Okon, B., Ibom, L. A., Halilu, A. and Onwuka, P. O. (2017). Comparative morphometric traits differentiation and phenotypic correlations between Achatina achatina (Linne, 1758) and Achatina fulica (Bowdich, 1822) snails with four and five whorls. Journal of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine. 2:102 – 108.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Ibom, L. A., Okon, B. and Emah, B. B. (2017). Association Between Body Weight and Dimensional Shell Traits of Snails (Archachatina marginata and Achatina achatina). Nigerian Journal of Animal Science. 19(1):50 – 61.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Ibom, L. A., Okon, B., Okon, F. I. and Owoyemi, J. D. (2017). Growth curves analysis of selected phenotypic traits of F1 hatchlings of black- and white- skinned Archachatina marginata snail ectotypes. Journal of Molluscan Research. 3:35 – 41.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Ibom, L. A., Okon, B., Akpe, A. E. and Okon, F. I. (2017). Genetic and Phenotypic Variations in Egg Shell Colour of Two Ectotypes of Giant African Land Snail (Archachatina marginata var. saturalis). African Journal of Biotechnology. 16(31):1646 – 1649.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Okon, B., Ibom, L. A, Dauda, A., Bassey, A. E., Idiong, N. B. and Onwuka, P. O. (2018). Influence of breeds and number of whorls on phenotypic traits and correlations among giant African land snails in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production. 45(2):1 – 15.
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Dr. Lawrence Awugo Ibom

Ibom, L. A., Okon, B., Dauda, A. and Patani, I. (2018). Variations in reproductive and egg traits correlation estimates of two strains of Archachatina marginata snails (var. ovum and var. saturalis) and crosses. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production. 45(1):26 – 36.
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Dr. Etim Caroline Asuquo

Etim, C. A. “Issues and Problems of Music Education”,(2000)
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Dr. Etim Caroline Asuquo

Etim, C. A. et al “Nationalism in Music: Nigerian Experience”.(1998)
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Dr. Etim Caroline Asuquo

Bassey Edwin Okpa; Bessong Fidelis Ejak, Onete Ukam Onete; Etim Caroline; Achigbe, Mathew O – An Investigation into the Forces behind Examination Malpractices in Nigeria: A Challenge for Secondary School, Education in the New Millennium,(2010)
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Dr. Etim Caroline Asuquo

Etim, C. A. “Introduction of Music”(2003)
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Dr. Etim Caroline Asuquo

Etim C. A. “Methods of Teaching Music in Secondary Schools” in Methods of Teaching,(1994)
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uko,E. S.,Uchendu, C. C. and Nnaji, E. S.(2014). Social work environment and productivity of academic staff of universities in Anambra and Enugu States, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research, 6(1),13-21.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Akuegwu,B.A.,Uchendu, C. C.and Odigwe, F. N. (2013). Assessing University Lecturers’ Engagement in Innovative teaching with technology in Cross River State, Nigeria. African Journal of Higher Education Studies and Development(AJHESD),1(1),70-81.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C. C.,Umosen, A. O.,Nkama,V. I. 2013).Attitude of Nigerian University Lecturers to Students’ Evaluation of Teachers’ (SET) Programme. An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 3(1) 129-136.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Ekanem,E.E.and Uchendu, C. C.(2012).An Examination of University Teachers’ Perception on the effectiveness of Equal Educational Opportunities and Lifelong Education Policies in Cross River State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Education Administration and Planning. 12(3) 213-226.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Ekanem,E.E.and Uchendu, C. C.(2012).An Examination of University Teachers’ Perception on the effectiveness of Equal Educational Opportunities and Lifelong Education Policies in Cross River State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Education Administration and Planning. 12(3) 213-226.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Ekanem,E.E.and Uchendu, C. C.(2012).An Examination of University Teachers’ Perception on the effectiveness of Equal Educational Opportunities and Lifelong Education Policies in Cross River State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Education Administration and Planning. 12(3) 213-226.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Odu,J.O.,Uchendu, C. C.and Inyokwe,F.E.(2012).Perception of the Quality of Internet Sources by academic Staff in the University of Calabar, Nigeria Journal Library and Information Practitioner.5(1
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu, C. C.and Ikoh,I. M.(2012).Budget: A Veritable Tool for Enhancement of Sustainable Development in Higher Education: A Case Study of University of Calabar. African Journal of Educational Research and Administration. 5(3) 78-86.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Ukpong, N. N. and Uchendu,C. C.(2012). Motivational Strategies and Possible Influence on Secondary School Teachers’ Teaching Performance. Global Journal of Educational Research. 11(2) 137-142. Indexed and Abstracted in AJOL South Africa. ISSN: 1596-6224.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu, C. C., Osim, R. O. and Mbon, U. F.(2011).Knowledge management and secondary school principals’ administrative effectiveness in Cross River State. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C.(2011).Managing secondary school teachers for sustainable development in Calabar Municipality, Nigeria. Education for Today. Journal of Faculty of Education. 7 (1) 223-232.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C.(2011).Capacity building and secondary school teachers’ job performance in Cross River State. International Journal of Educational Administration Planning and Research 4(1) 42-48
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C.(2011).Capacity building and secondary school teachers’ job performance in Cross River State. International Journal of Educational Administration Planning and Research 4(1) 42-48
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Ekpoh, U. I and Uchendu, C. C. (2011).Teacher education and sustainable national development in Akwa-Ibom and Cross River State of Nigeria. Journal of Counselling Association of Nigeria 5(2) 75-81.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Ekanem, E. E and Uchendu, C. C.(2011).University academic staff service delivery quality and vision 20:2020 attainment in Nigeria.Journal of National Library and Information Practitioner.CRS 3 (2) 371-380.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu, C. C. and Ekanem.E. E (2011).Human resource management and teachers’job performance for sustainable development of secondary schools in Cross River States. The LEAJON:An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. 2 (2) 120-127.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C.Osim.R.O.and Nkama. V. I (2011). Correlates of managerial variables and secondary school teachers’ job performance. Global Journal of Educational Research. 10 (1) 77-82.Indexed and Abstracted in AJOL South Africa. ISSN: 1596-6224.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Ekanem, E. E. and Uchendu,C.C.(2010).The sustainability of the Calabar Christmas carnival for entrepreneurship: managerial imperatives for sustainable development.TheLEAJON: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. 2 (2), 136-145.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C.(2010).Repositioning library and information services for tourism development in Nigeria.The LEAJON: An academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies.1 (2) 52-58.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C. C.(2010).Strategies for effective continuing professional development among Nigerian University Librarians.Journal of Counselling Association of Nigeria. 4 (4) 8-16.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Bassey,U. U.,Akuegwu,B. A. and Uchendu,C.C.(2006).Analysis of Teachers’ Demand and Supply in Primary Schools in Cross River State, Nigeria, 2003-2005. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies.13(1) 25-33.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C.and Akuegwu,B.A.(2006).Cheating Behaviour among students in Examinations in Cross River State Tertiary Institutions, as a New Value Espoused by the Nigerian Society. African Journal of Educational Foundations.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C. C.,Akuegwu,B.A. and Nwi-ue, F. D.(2006) Quality Assurance in the Management of Federal and State owned Tertiary Institution in Imo State. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning.6(1)129-142.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Akuegwu,B.A.,Etudor,E.E.,Uchendu, C. C. and Duruamaku,J. C.(2005).Job Performance among academic staff: A study of selected public and private Tertiary Institutions in South Eastern Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning.5(1),42-46.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Bassey, B. A. and Uchendu,C.C.(2005).A survey on how natural and social scientists rate library information sources in meeting their information needs. African Journal of Education and Information management.7(1) 57-66.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C.(2005).Application of Information Technology for research in University of Calabar in the Globalization Age.Nigerian Library Link Journal of Library and Information Science.3 (1 and 2) 52-60.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C.(2004).Assessment of Computer Awareness and literacy among Secondary School Students in Calabar Urban. The Paragon A Journal of National Association of Women Academics.2. 48-53.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C.,Akeke, M. G. and Odigwe,F. N.(2016).Quality Assurance in the management of undergraduate academic programmes in Universities in Cross River State,Nigeria. Contemporary Journal of Inter-disciplinary Studies.6(5),181-188.Google Scholar, Netherland.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C.,Akuegwu,B. A.and Nwafor,I.A.(2016).School variables and students’acquisition of employability skills in secondary schools in Calabar Metropolis,Cross River State.Journal of Education and Policy studies 2(2),79-85, Google Scholar,USA.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C.,Ukpabio,G.E.and Osim,R.O.(July 2016).Assessing Administrators’ effectiveness in institutionalizing peace education in secondary schools in Calabar Metropolis of Cross River State. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences. 7(4) 192-197,indexed and abstracted in google scholar,,ProQuest, DOAJ-Directory of Open Access Journals, EBSCohost, EBSCO Publiashing,Index Copernicus international, Cabell’s Publishing, Ulrichsweb,Socoll@rIndex, Scirus Index, Open J.Gate index, California State Monetary bay Library-CSUMB,University of Washington Libraries, ISSUU, OJSPKP, Worldcat, World Wide Science,
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu, C. C., Akuegwu,B. A.and Nwafor,I. A.(2016).Quality enhancement and students’ skill acquisition in Universities in Cross River State, Nigeria. Scholars Journal of Arts,Humanities and Social Sciences, 4 (5B), 563-569, indexed and abstracted in google scholar, CAB abstract, World Cat, Journal Index, ISS, Indian citation index, Eye Source,Journal Ceek, Get-cited, library directory (USA), Cite Factor, Open access.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C. C,Nnaji,E.S.and Nwafor,I.A.(May 2016). Physical work environment and academic staff productivity in universities in Enugu State, Nigeria. Journal of Social Science and Humanities Research,1 5), 14-25,indexed and abstracted in google scholar, India
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C.(April 2016).Assessing university students’ skill acquisition for employability in Cross Rivers State.International Journal of Education,Learning and development, 4(1),45-51,UK.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C. C.,Nwafor, I. A. and Nwaneri,M G.(2015).Marketing strategies and students’ enrolment in private secondary schools in Calabar Municipality, Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Education and Practice, 3(5),212-223.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C.(2015). Capacity building practices in secondary schools:Implication for teachers’ professional development in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and policy Studies (JETERAPS), 300-304, 6(7), indexed and abstracted in google scholar, Indexed in DOAJ, Worldcat, New Jour, open J. Gate, Scirus, Ulrich’s web serials Directory, Copernicus, Open Access digital Library, UCLA Library, Indiana university library, etc. indexed and abstracted in google scholar, Dubai.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C, Osim,R.O.and Odigwe, F. N. (2015).Managing Entrepreneurship Education for economic security at University level in Cross River state.Journal of Educational and social Research 5(2),261-266, indexed and abstracted in google scholar, Rome-Italy,
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Osim, R.O.,Uchendu,C.C.,Ekpiken, W. E. and Epoke, E. J. (2014).Perception of quality control mechanisms and sustainable development among lecturers in universities in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Sociology and Education in Africa 12(1), 163-172,indexed and abstracted in google scholar, Kampala Uganda
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C.,Osim, R. O.,Odigwe, F. N. and Alade, F. O. (2014).Lecturers’ perception of research activities for knowledge production in universities in Cross River State, Nigeria.Journal of Educational Review 7(2),301-305, indexed and abstracted in google scholar, New Delhi,India.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C.,Ekanem,E.E.,and Osim, R.O.(2014).Managing university students in today’s world for National transformation in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of academic research in Business and Social Sciences.4(2) 411-417,indexed and abstracted in google scholar
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Osim,R.O.,Uchendu, C. C. and Ekpiken,W. 2013).The Role of Universities in Human Capital Development: Implications for National Transformation. Journal of Education and Practice.4(23),175-179. Indexed in EBSCO, COPERNICUS, ULRICH WEB, Worldcat, Journal TOCs, cross ref, GEORGE TOWN UNIVERSITY LIBRARY, etc.USA.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu, C. C.(2013).Globalization of access to Higher Education; Lessons for Nigeria. African Higher Education Review, (AHER) 7(2),54-61.Google Scholar, USA.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu, C. C., and Ekanem, E. E. and Jonah, S. T. (2013). Resource Maintenance for the Provision of Educational Services in Public and private Secondary Schools in River State.European Journal of Business and Social Science (EJBSS) 2(1),15-23 Switzerland, indexed and abstracted in google scholar, ISI, Open Accessed,UK
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C.,Anijobi-Idem and Nkama,V. I.(2013).Organizational Behaviour and Teachers’ Work Performance in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy studies. (JETERAPS), 4(2),288-292.Indexed in DOAJ, Worldcat, New Jour, open J. Gate, Scirus, Ulrich’s web serials Directory, Copernicus, Open Access digital Library, UCLA Library, Indiana university library, etc. indexed and abstracted in google scholar, United Kingdom.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C. C.,Anijaobi-Idem, F. N., and Odigwe, F. N. (2013). Conflict Management and Organizational Performance in Secondary Schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. Research Journal in Organizational Psychology and Educational Studies. (RJOPES) 2(2
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Osim,R.O.and Uchendu, C. C.(2012).Management innovative behavior and task performance among school teaches in Nigeria. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy studies.(JETERAPS), 3(5) 661-664.Indexed in DOAJ, Worldcat, New Jour, open J. Gate, Scirus, Ulrich’s web serials Directory, Copernicus, Open Access digital Library, UCLA Library,Indiana university library, etc, United Kingdom.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C.,Osim, R. O., and Akuegwu, B. A.(2012).Knowledge Management and University lecturers’ job performance in Cross River state. Journal of Education and Practice, 3(15) 1-6. Indexed in EBSCO, COPERNICUS, ULRICH WEB, Worldcat, Journal TOCs, cross ref, GEORGE TOWN UNIVERSITY LIBRARY, etc,USA.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Anijaobi-Idem,F.N.,Uchendu,C. C.,Arop, F. I.,Akpama,T. B.(2012). Teachers’Perception of the Need for Professionally Trained Environmental Educators for Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture,Biotechnology and Ecology.5(2), 160-168.China.ISSN:2006-3938
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Akuegwu,B.A.,Edet, A. O. and Uchendu,C.C.(2012).Managing Research Output for Knowledge Creation in Nigerian Universities. African Higher Education Review.1(5) 87-100. Google Scholar, indexed and abstracted in google scholar,USA.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Osim,R.O.,Uchendu, C. C.and Ubi,I.O. (2012). Class size pressure: An impediment to teachers’ work quality.Global Advanced Research Journal of Educational Research and Reviews 1(5) pages 95-99, indexed and abstracted in google scholar,USA.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C.(2012).Climate Change Management in Secondary Schools in Cross River State: Funding and Training Perspective.Annals of Modern Education.4(1),25-31,indexed and abstracted in google scholar,China.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Anijaobi-Idem, F. N.,Akpama,T.B.,Uchendu,C.C., and Berezi, I.U.(2012).School-Based Management and Effectiveness of Public Secondary School Principals in Cross River State, Nigeria. Annals of Modern Education,4(1), 136-148. ISSN: 2141-1263, indexed and abstracted in google scholar,China.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Uchendu,C.C.(2012).Information and communication technology (ICT):A modern tool for education management in Nigerian universities. Journal of African Studies in Educational Management and Leadership (JASEML).2(1), 7-15. ISSN: 2078-7650, indexed and abstracted in google scholar,Kenya.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Bassey,U.U.,Akuegwu, B.A.,Udida, L.A.,Uchendu,C.C.,Sule,M.and Emanghe, E. E.(2006).Administering special needs students in inclusive education in universities in Cross River State, Nigeria: Problems and Prospects. African Journal of Special Educational Needs.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Ani,O.E.,Uchendu,C.C.and Atseye, E. U (2007).Bridging the digital divide in Nigeria: A study of internet use in Calabar Metropolis, Nigeria. Library Management.28 (6 and 7) 355-365. Indexed and abstracted in scopus,zetoc,INSPEC,Current awareness abstracts, Emerald,etc.ISSN: 0143-5124,London.
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Prof. chika christiana uchendu

Akuegwu, B.A.,Edet,A.O.,Uchendu, C. C., Ekpoh, U. I.(2011).Assessing Teaching Readiness of University Students in Cross River State, Nigeria: Implications for Managing Teacher Education Reforms. Higher Education Studies. 1(2), 96-102. www.ccsenet.org/hes. Indexed in DOAJ, EBSCOhost, Google scholar, locks open J. Gate, PKP open Archives Harvester proquest, Canada
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Etor, C. R. and Ukpabio, G. E (2017). Staff training and security personnel service delivery in universities in Cross River State, Nigeria. Education for Today. 13(2), 101-106.
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Okpa, O. E., Etor, C. R. and Udida, L. A (2016). Alternative funding through academic entrepreneurship infrastructure and university sustainability in Cross River State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Education Administration and Planning. 16(1), 131-147.
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Ukpabio, G. E.,  and Etor, C. R. (2016). Managing students for compliance to rules and regulations in Nigerian secondary schools. International Journal of Education Administration and Planning. 8(2), 272-283.
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Etor, C. R. and Ekpoh, U. I. (2016). Teacher Education in Tertiary Institutions in Cross River State: Implication for Global Relevance. Global Journal of Educational Research. 15, 135-144.
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Osim, R. O and Etor, C. R. (2016). Administrators’ Related Variables and Teachers’ Task Performance in Secondary Schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration and Planning and Research (IJEAPR). 8 (1), 301-308.
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Etor, C. R., Ukpabio, G. E and Edet, A. O. (2016). Managing Early Childhood Development Education and Knowledge Integration for National Development. Education for Today. 12(1), 242-250.
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Ukpabio, G. E., Etor, C. R., Ekaette, S. O. and Okon, E. E. (2015). Managers Motivational Activities and Organizational Climate in Secondary Schools in Cross River State. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research. 7(1), 142-154.
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Etor, C. R. (2014). Human Resources Management and Lecturers’ Job Satisfaction in Tertiary Institutions in Akwa Ibom and Cross River States. Global Journal of Educational Research. 13, 91-99.
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Edet, A. O. Ekpoh, U. I. and Etor, C. R. (2014). Availability, Utilization of Recreational Facilities and Student’s Attitude towards Learning in Secondary Schools in Cross River State. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research. 6(1), 101-111.
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Etor, C. R. and Osim, R. O.  (2014). Curriculum Implementation in Higher Education for Quality Assurance: Implication for Educational Management in Cross River State. International Journal of Educational Administration Planning and Research. 1,122-133.
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

 Etor, C. R, Ekanem, E. E. and Etudor-Eyo E. U. (2011). The Challenges of Pre-primary and Primary Teacher Education and Quality Assurance in Cross River State. Education for Today. 7(1), 244– 254.
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

Onomastics and Translation: The Case of Bette-English Translation of Death-related Names’ (with Zana Itiunbe Akpagu), Sociolinguistics, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (being reviewed).
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

‘Translation and Interpretation in Providing Assistance to Refugees: The Case of Central Africa Republic Refugees in Cameroon’ (with Olufumilayo Olukemi Ogbadu), Journal of Integrative Humanism,9(2).in press
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Etor, C. R. (2011). Materials Management Effectiveness and Lecturers’ Job Satisfaction in Tertiary Institutions in Akwa Ibom and Cross River States, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research. 4(2), 48–59.
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

Multilinguisme au Nigeria: Cas du français comme deuxième langue de scolarisation, de socialisation et de communication’ (with Gloria Wilson Inyang), Journal of Modern European Languages, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka,10,(2018)
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

‘Para-diplomatie culturelle et perspectives transnationales en matière de promotion du français au Nigeria’. (with Gloria Wilson Inyang), Le Bronze, Journal of the Department of Foreign Languages, University of Benin, Benin City, 6(2),(2018)
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

‘Vers une harmonisation des programmes de formation Professionnelle des traducteurs dans le système universitaire nigérian’ (with Ibrahim Adedeji Salaudeen), Revue de l’Association nigériane des Enseignants de français (RANEUF),16,(2018)
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Dr. Matthew Ojong Achigbe

FOREIGN PUBLICATIONS 1. Achigbe, M. O. (2010). An Investigation into Forces Behind Examination Malpractices in Nigeria. Journal of Association for Educational Assessment in Africa, 4, 33 - 44.  2. Achigbe, M. O. (2012). The Effect of Administration of Senior School Certificate Examination Conducted by WAEC and NECO on public perception of the Examinations in Nigeria. Journal of Association for Educational Assessment, 7, 77 - 87.  3.  Monty, M., Asuquo, I., Achigbe, M. & Eneji, C.V.O. (2015). Influence of principal's leadership style and teacher's attitude to work on discipline among secondary school students in Akamkpa, Nigeria. Annals of Modern Education, 7(1), 39 - 52. 4. Idika, Delight O., Ovat, S. V., Achigbe, M. O. & Udumo, B. O. (2015). Repositioning teacher education:  Strategy for equipping the Nigerian child with skills and competencies to succeed in a competitive global community (coauthored). Annals of Modern Education, 7(1), 66 - 79.  5.  Achigbe, M. O. (2012). Teacher Effectiveness in a varying Classroom Interaction. Conference of Africa Forum for Teachers Registration Authorities (AFTRA), Proceedings, 87-91. 4. 6. Achigbe, M. O. (2015). The Effect of local experiences, illustrations and regular assessment of learning background on academic performance of pre-degree students. International Technology and Education conference (INTED, 2015), Spain. http://library:iated.org/view/ACHIGBE2015EFF     7. Achigbe, Matthew O. (2016). Effectiveness of placement Processes of Students of Basic Education on Technical and Vocational Education and Training in South South Nigeria.10th International Technology, Education and Innovation (INTED 2016, 5326 – 5333. http://library:iated.org/view/ACHIGBE2016EFF 8. Anagbogu, G. & Achigbe, M. O. (2016). Teacher Variables and the Skills of Examination Administration among Secondary School Teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Technology, Education and Development (INTED 2016) Conference, 8613-8618. http://library:iated.org/view/ANAGBOGU2016EFF 9. Achigbe, M. O. (2016). Rehabilitation Counseling of Boko Haram Insurgents in North East Nigeria: A perspective for attainment of global peace. 9th International Conference of Education, Research and Invention (ICERI 2016 Proceedings), 5714-5723, 2016, Seville. https://library:iated.org/view/ACHIGBE2016REH   10. Achigbe, M. O. (2017). Education, business and agriculture: An integration for economic transformation in developing nations. The Nigerian experience. The 2017 International Multidisciplinary Research Conference in London, ICBTS, BE17-1061, August 14 – 16, 3(64).  LOCAL PUBLICATIONS  11. Achigbe, M. O. (1997). Examination Malpractices. Journal of College of Education, Akamkpa, 1, 1997. 12. Achigbe, M. O. (1997). Examination Malpractices: Origin, Development and intervention strategies Calabar. Journal of Counseling Association of Nigeria, Vol.1, 24-37. 13. Achigbe, M. O. (1998). Counseling for Retirement. Journal of Counseling Association of Nigeria. 14. Achigbe, M. O. (1998). The effect of lack of retirement plan on self reliance and desire for work among retired servants of Cross River State public service. The Counsellor, 16(1), 117-123. 15. Achigbe, M. O. (2006). The West and their Hidden Agenda for Africa: An Outcry. Journal of Religious Studies, 5(1), 20 - 28.  16.  Achigbe, M. O. (2009). A Fledgling Democracy in Nigeria and Counseling Implications. Journal of Social Policy and Society, 2(2), 71 -74.  17. Bassey, Edwin, O., Achigbe, M. O., & Otu, Bernard D (2016). Correlates of examination irregularities in tertiary institutions in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Basic and Lifelong Education, 5(1&2), 172-178. 18. Achigbe, M. O.(2016). Discrimination against women in politics, women rights education and counselling implications. The Counsellor, 36(1), 213-221. 19. Achigbe, M. O. & Anagbogu, G. (2016). Open and Distance Learning System and Access to University Education: Implication for National Development. Education for Today, 12(1), 126-133. Book Publications 20. Achigbe, M. O. (2017). Evangelization of the people of the Catholic Diocese of Ogoja in modern times. In Jake Otonko (Ed). The Golden Pearl of a celebrated Icon: Archbishop Joseph Edra Ukpo. Essays in honour of the Archbishop at his 80th Birthday. Kaduna: Pyla-mak semis Ltd.   21. Achigbe, M. O. (2002). Evaluation of traditional education in Nigeria. In P. N. Asuquo (Ed). Traditional Education in Nigeria. Calabar: NIVS. 22. Asuquo, P. N., & Achigbe, M. O. (2000). Concept of Continuous Assessment. Asuquo, P. N.(Ed). Continuous Assessment in Nigerian Schools. Calabar. NIVS in conjunction with IBEPS. 23.  Achigbe, M. O. (2017) the political development in Obubra in contemporary times. In M. O. Achigbe (Ed) Obubra Growth and Development in contemporary times. Calabar Jochrisam Business Venture. Editor24.  Achigbe, M. O. (2013) Ed. International journal of Research in Basic and lifelong Education, 3(1-2), 2013.  25. Achigbe, M. O. (2014) Ed. International Journal of Research in Basic and Lifelong Education, 4 (1&2), 2014  26.  Achigbe, M. O. & Henshaw, M. (2017) Ed. Obubra Growth and Development in contemporary times. Calabar: Jochrisam Business Venture. 27.  Achigbe, M. O. (1997) Ed. The Calabar Counsellor (CALJOCAN). A Journal of Counselling Association of Nigeria, 1(1), 1997. In the Press 28.   Achigbe, M. O. (2017). Professionalizations of Counselling in Nigeria. Papers in Counseling Education in Honour of Prof. Nwachukwu 2017. Faculty of Education, University of Calabar. (In the press)   29.  Achigbe, M. O. (2017). Integrity of counselling interview and perception of client’s dignity among education faculty members of the University of Calabar, Nigeria. August 2017 Conference of Counselling Association of Nigeria (CASSON), Awka, Anambra State. (In the press).  Book Review 30.  Achigbe, M. O. (2007). Review E. O. Ewona. Ordeal and Remedy.             Workshop, Seminars and Conferences Paper Presentation31.  Achigbe, M. O. (2004, January 10). The history of the church in Cross River State. A lecture to Knights of St Mulumba Nigeria, Obubra Zone of Holy Cross, Ugep Sub-council on the 10th of January, 2004. 32.  Achigbe, M. O. (1999). Religious Education in the Cross River State Policy on Education. A Synodal Report: Talks, interventions, addresses, group recommendations and a communiqué of the second synod of the Catholic Diocese of Ogoja, Nigeria. 15-20, November, 1999.33. Achigbe, M. O. (2016). Promoting agriculture and entrepreneurship: The role of the public relation practitioner, Cross River State Chapter of Nigerian Institute of Public Relations 2016 General Meeting/ Edwin Eja memorial lecture/fund raising dinner/awards, Calabar, Nigeria.       34. Achigbe, M. O. (2011). The civil service: Structure, processes and ethics. A paper presented on pre-promotion examination workshop for senior civil servants in Cross River State, Calabar, Nigeria.  35. Achigbe, M. O. (2012). The spirituality of the lay faithful: The role of Catholic Men. A talk to the Parishioner of St. Peters Parish Ediba, Calabar on their laity week on the 28th of September, 2012.  36. Achigbe, M. O. (2013). Address on the opening ceremony of the Nigerian society for psychologist (NISEP) held at the Cross River State of Technology Calabar on the 7th to 11 October, 2013. 37. Achigbe, M. O. (2014). Principals and techniques of policy formulation presented at the workshop of Federal Inland Revenue Service on human resource development for senior officers, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. 38. Achigbe, M. O. (1996). The role of the Catholic Knight in Christian Peace and Justice in Nigeria. The 8th Supreme Convention of the Order of the Knights of St. Mulumba Nigeria, Ogoja, Nigeria.       
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Etor, C. R., Akpan, C. P. and Mbon, U. F. (2011). Knowledge Management Constraints of Tertiary Institutions in Cross River State. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning. 11(2), 227 – 243.
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

History of Translation as the History of translation theory: From Antiquity to the 20th Century’ in Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies, IX(1),(2006),167 – 176.
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Etor, C. R. and Okon, J. E. (2010). Influence of Administrator’s Financial Management Effectiveness on Lecturers’ Job Satisfaction in Tertiary Institutions in Cross River and Akwa Ibom States, Nigeria. Journal of Counselling Association of Nigeria. 4(4), 178 -187.
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

‘A propos des théories linguistiques et interprétatives de la traduction’ (with Ebong, O.E.) in Calabar Studies in Languages (CASIL),7,(2008), 81-90
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

‘Le phénomène du matérialisme dialectique dans Racines de l’Union Africaine de Jean-EmmanuelPONDI’ in Revue des Etudes Francophones de Calabar (RETFRAC), 9(1),2010,110-124.
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Dr. Orim Richard Ekonesi

Journal Article 1.         Orim, R. E. & C. O. Ekwueme (2011). The role of games in teaching and learning of mathematics in junior secondary schools. Global Journal of Education Research, 10(2). 121-124. 2.         Abam, A. Omoogun A. & Orim R. E. (2012). Entrepreneurial perceived material well-being of unemployed tertiary institution graduates in south-south Nigeria. Journal of Education and Practice, 3(15). 13-26. 3.         Abam, A. Omoogun, A. & Orim R. E. (2012). Sex unemployed status, acquired higher education and labour force contribution of university graduates. “Education for today’ Journal of Faculty of Education, 8(1), 262-278. 4.         Ekwueme, C. O. Popola, A. A. & Orim R. E. (2012). Teaching mathematics for relativity: Evaluation of teachers’ method and students preference, “Abacus” Journal of the Mathematical Association of Nigeria, 37(1) 208-219. 5.         Abam, A. Omoogun, A. & Orim R. E. (2013). Unemployment, curriculum outcomes, psycho-social characteristics, and Entrepreneurial skills of polytechnic graduate. Research on Humanities and social sciences, 3(10), 130-133.  6.         Abam, A. Omoogun A. & Orim R. E. (2013). When, where, how and why does learners’ antimony increase unemployment among school graduates? A peer tutor’s perspective. Journal of Public Administration and Governance, 3(1) 115-125.  7.         Orim R. E., Dada O. A. & Igwe, B. (2017). Cognitive dyscalculia and students attitude towards learning mathematics in Cross River State, Nigeria. “special Needs Education” Journal of the Department of Special Education, 3(99-110). 8.         Orim R. E., & Igwe B. (2017). The relevance of games in teaching of mathematics in secondary schools. Journal of the Department of Special Education, 3(231-237). 9.         Joseph E. E. Ntibi & Orim R. E. (2017). Attitude of science teachers toward teachings in Calabar Metropolis. International Journal of innovative social & Science Education Research, 5(3) 29-35. 10.       Orim R. E. & Igwe B. (2017). Correlates of dyscalculia and learning outcome in Mathematics among SSII students in Obudu, Cross River State – Nigeria. British Journal of Education, 5(8) 18-22. 11.       Orim R. E. & Igwe, B. (2017). Students’ perception of the use of social networking web-based tools for instructional delivery. British Journal of Education, 5(8) 23-29. 12.       Clement M. D., John, O. J. & Orim R. E. (2017). Instructional strategies and students’ academic achievement in Science Education: Imperative of skinner’s Behaviourism theory of learning. “Education for today” Journal of Faculty Education University of Calabar-Nigeria, 13(1) 39-43. 13.       Clement, M. D, Orim R. E. & Banjo, J. O. (2017). Gender participation in Basic Science Courses at the Nigeria certificate in Education “Education for today” Journal of Faculty of Education University of Calabar-Nigeria, 13(1) 126-136.  
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Etor, C. R., and Etudor, E. E (2010). Adequate Funding and Training as Correlates for Managing Climate Change in Educational Institutions in Cross River State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning. 10(2), 191–202.
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Ekanem, E. E., Etor, C. R. and Mbon, U. F. (2009). Academic Staff Research Ethics in Universities in Cross River State: Imperatives for Efficient Management of Inventions. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning. 9(2), 221 -232.
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Okon, J. E., Etor C. R. and Mbon, U. F. (2009). Actualizing the Total Person Curriculum through Inclusiveness: Implication for Managing Nigeria Education. Journal of Curriculum Studies of Nigeria (CON). 16(3), 98–107.
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Etor R. B.; Akpan, C. P.; Etor C. R. and Mbon, U. F. (2008). Managing Higher Education for Industrial Development in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Administration and Planning, 8(2), 137 – 147.
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

‘Le bilinguisme en relations internationales: vers un meilleur positionnement géostratégique du Nigeria en Afrique?’ in Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies,15(2),(2011), 217-243
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

‘Le Nigeria et l’Afrique francophone: parallélisme d’une rivalité imaginaire’ in Revue d’Etudes Francophones de Calabar (RETFRAC),11(1), 2012, 44-71
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

‘Onomastics and Translation: The Case of Igbo→English Translation of Chi names’ (with Asadu Oluchukwu) in LWATI : A Journal of Contemporary Research,Universal Academic Services, Beijing, P.R. China. 11(3),2014,122-140
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

‘Youth Language as a Transnational Phenomenon: The Case of French in Nigeria’ (with Angela A. Ajimase) in LWATI : A Journal of Contemporary Research, Universal Academic Services, Beijing,P.R. China.11(4),(2014),87-110
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Etudor, E. E Akuegwu, B. A. and Etor, C. R. (2007). Motivational Variables and Satisfaction with quality Supervision among Teaching Personnel in Akwa Ibom State Secondary School. Nigerian Journal of Research and Development in Education. 3(2), 95-103.
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

‘Relations d’interdépendance complexe et développement du français au Nigeria’in International Journal of Humanities and Cultural Studies (IJHCS), University of Gafsa, Gafsa,Tunisia.1(3),(2014),266-282.
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Etor, C. R and Etudor-Eyo, E (2016). Effect of Motivation by Heads of Departments on Staff Job Behaviour in Akwa Ibom State College of Education. Global Journal of Human Resource Management. 4(4), 46-55.
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Akpan, C. P. and Etor, C. R. (2016). Accreditation of Academic Programmes and Quality University Education in South-South Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Studies. 13 (2), 37-53.
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Akpan, C and Etor, C. (2013). University Lecturers’ Perception of Entrepreneurship Education as an Empowerment Strategy for Graduate Self-Empowerment in South-South Nigeria. International Journal of Asian Social Science. 3 (5) ,1180-1195.
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Etor, C. R., Mbon, U. F. and Ekanem, E. E. (2013). Primary Education as a Foundation for Qualitative Higher Education in Nigeria. Journal of Education and Learning, 2(2), 155-164.
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

‘Enseignement du français au Nigeria: du multilinguisme aubilinguisme officiel anglais- français?'. Crossing Linguistic Borders in Post-Colonial Anglophone Africa by Valentine N. Ubanako and Jemima Anderson (Eds.).Cambridge Scholars Publishing.(2014),289-315
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

‘Towards Clarity in Translation: Applying the Textual Dimensional Approach’. International Journal of Humanities and Cultural Studies (IJHCS), University of Gafsa,Gafsa,Tunisia. 2(1),(2015),415-436
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

Relations Internationales et Evolution des Theories de la Traduction: de l’Antiquité à nos jours’ in Abudof, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria. 2(2),(2013)
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

Transnationalism and Aspects of the History of Translation Practice: From Antiquity to early 21st Century’ (with Maxwell-Borjor Achuk Eba). LWATI : A Journal of Contemporary Research, Universal Academic Services,Beijing, P.R. China. 14(4),(2017),142-164
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Akpan, C. P. and Etor C. R (2012). Challenges of Human Capacity Development in Federal Universities in Akwa Ibom and Cross River States.  Journal of Education and Practice. 3(9), 25-34.
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Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Ekpoh, U. I, and Etor, C. R. (2012). Academic Staff Utilization of Information and Communication Technology and Knowledge Creation in Cross River State Universities.  African Higher Education Review. 6, 38-51.
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

Knowledge and Use of Computer-Assisted Translation Tools on Professional Translation in Nigeria’. Ńduñọde: Calabar Journal of the Humanities, 13 (1),(2018),102-114.
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

‘Technology and Translation: Areas of Convergence and Divergence between Machine Translation and Computer-Assisted Translation’ (with Uchechi Ngozi Vera Chinaka). Triptel,Journal of Languages, Linguistics and Literary Studies (JOLLS),5.0,(2018),36-51
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Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

‘Translation and Interpretation in International Relations:The Role of Translators and Interpreters in the resolution of the Bakassi Conflict’(with Afisou Eno David), Nsukka Journal of Foreign Languages,Maiden edition,(2018)
387

Dr. Samson fabian Nzuanke

L’économie politique de la diplomatie culturelle de la France au Nigeria PhD Thesis for the award of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in French in International Relations submitted to and defended at the Graduate School/Department of Modern Languages and Translation Studies,University of Calabar, Nigeria. (2012)
388

Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Mbon, U. F., Etor C. R. and Osim, R. O. (2012). Enhancing Quality Assurance through Lecturers’ Job Performance in Private and Public Tertiary Institutions in South Eastern Nigeria. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy (JETERAPS). 3(6), 837-841.
389

Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Mbon, U. F, Ekanem, E. E and  Etor, C. R. (2011). Gender and Preparation for Retirement among Teachers in Secondary Schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Humanities Review. 2(1), 68-75.
390

Dr. Comfort R. Etor

Etudor-Eyo, E. E. and Etor, C. R. (2009). School Characteristics and Job Satisfaction among Secondary School Teaching Staff in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Education. 1 (2), 97 – 102.
391

Mr. Onyekachi Peter Onuoha

Onuoha, Onyekachi P. The Interface between Self, History and Literature in Anyokwo’s Naked Truth. JOLLS:Journal of Languages, Linguistics and Literary Studies,(2018),16-28
392

Mr. Onyekachi Peter Onuoha

Onuoha, Onyekachi P. Exploitation and Complicity in Ken Saro-Wiwa’s A Month and a Day: a Detention Diary and Tanure Ojaide’s Great Boys:An African Childhood. NDUNODE: Calabar Journal of the Humanities,Calabar: Faculty of Arts, University of Calabar,13(1),(2018),260-277.
393

Mr. Onyekachi Peter Onuoha

Nathaniel, O.S. and Onuoha, O. P. Art Beyond Facial Value: Of Metaphorization and Functionality of Sexual Scenes in Selected Nigerian Short Stories in the Cyber Space inLWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research. Beijing: Universal Academic Services,14 (1),(2017),80-103.
394

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Udoka, S. J. & Idiong, I. C. (2006). Efficiency of resource use by seed yam producers in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Nigerian Southeast Journal of Agricultural Economics & Extension, 7(1 & 2), 1 – 11. 
395

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Idiong, I. C. & Christopher, G. I. (2006). An analysis of cost effectiveness of replacing maize with wheat offal in broiler finisher diets. Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and Social Science, 4 (1), 32 - 36.
396

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Christopher, G. I., Offiong, S. A. & Idiong, I. C. (2006).  Effect of the replacement of maize with wheat offal in broiler finisher diets on growth performance and feed cost.  Journal of Central European Agriculture, 1(8), 33 - 38.
397

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Abang, S. O., Idiong, I. C. &  Akpan, O. E. (2004). Analysis of pumpkin (Telferia occidentalis) Production: The basis for poverty alleviation in the humid tropical zone of Nigeria. Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment, 2(3 & 4), 91 - 94.
398

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Agom, D. I., Idiong, I. C. &  Ejim, A. O. (2004).  Effect of some socio-economic factors on output of groundnut in Bekwara Local Government Area. Journal of Sustainable Development, 1(2), 53 – 58.
399

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Udoh, E. J., Etim, N. A. & Idiong, I. C. (2003).  Evaluating fertilizer procurement and  distribution efficiency in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Nigerian Southeast Journal of Agricultural Economics & Extension, 5(1& 2), 1 – 9.
400

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Udom. D. S., Idiong, I. C. & Umoh, H. E. (2003).  Effect of farm size and frequency of cutting on output of fluted pumpkin (Telfaria sp.) in Itu Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State. Global Journal of Agricultural Science, 2(2), 114 – 116.
401

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Idiong, I. C., Udom, D. S., Abang, S. O. &  Ekpe, E. E. (2002). Hybrid oil palm seedlings price subsidy and hectarage expansion in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy, 5(2), 132 – 137.
402

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Ogar, C. U., Idiong, I. C. & Udom, D. S. & Abang, S. O. (2002). Allocative Efficiency of Labour Resource in Swamp Rice Production in Obudu Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Agricultural Science, 2(2), 143 – 148.
403

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Udoh, E. J., Idiong, I. C. & Odok, G. N. (2002). Issues in sustainable agricultural land use and management in the rainforest belt of Sub-saharan Africa. Journal of Environmental Extension, 3, 16 – 20.
404

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Idiong, I. C., Ekpe, E. E., Charles, A. I. & Udoh, E. J. (2002). Determinants of waterleaf    production in Calabar municipality and Calabar South Local Government Areas of Cross River State.  Global Journal of Pure and Applied Science, 8(2), 239 – 243.
405

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Oloyede, A., Ekpe, E. & Idiong, I. (2001). Post harvest crop losses in       peasant agriculture: A case study of food crop farmers in Guma and Makurdi Local Government Areas, of Benue State, Nigeria. Nigerian Southeast Journal of Agricultural Economic and Extension, 3(1), 68 – 76.
406

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Nkereuwem, M. O., Udom, D. S. & Idiong, I. C. (2001). Determinants of output in commercial egg production in Calabar, Cross River State. Nigerian Agricultural Journal, 32, 87 – 92.
407

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Abang, S. O., Idiong, I. C. & Ntia, J. D. (2001). Production and economic analysis of pumpkin (Telferia occidentalis) in the tropical environment of Nigeria. Nigerian Southeast Journal of Agricultural Economics and Extension, 3(1 & 2), 15 - 29.
408

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Agom, D. I. & Idiong, I. C. (2000).  Effect of credit use on gross margin in food crop enterprises of small scale farmers in Cross River State, Nigeria.  International Journal of Social Sciences and Public Policy, 5(2), 179 – 189.
409

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Orok, E., Ekpe, E. & Idiong, I. (2000). Influences of some identified socio-economic factors on farmers’ adoption of improved agricultural technologies in Oron Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State.  Classical Journal of Research in Education, 2(1), 34 – 38.
410

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Idiong, I. C., Ekpe, E. E., Ndifon, H. M. & Ohen, S. B. (2000). Analysis of the trend in hybrid oil palm cultivation by small-holder farmers in Akwa Ibom State of Nigeria.  Nigerian Southeast Journal of Agricultural Economics and Extension, 4(1-4), 55 - 61.
411

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Ekpe, E., Idiong, I. C. & Chinemeren, O. (2000). The role of financial institutions in financing small-scale agricultural production in Benue State.  Nigerian Journal of Agribusiness and Rural Development, 1(1), 12 – 21.
412

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Udoh, E. J. & Idiong, I. C. (2000). Estimation of normalized profit function and factor share equation for cassava based farmers in Odukpani Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Social Science and Policy, 3(2), 201 – 208.
413

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Idiong, I. C., Udom, D. S., Odok, G. N. & Udoh, E. J. (1999).  Oil palm hectarage response to changing product and input prices in the south-south zone of Nigeria: 1975 – 1996.  Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies, 41(2), 249 – 257.
414

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Ozoko, S. O., Ogbonna, K. I., Ekpe, E. E. & Idiong, I. C. (1999). Soil management and conservation practices of farmers in Enugu State: Implications for International Journal of Tropical Environment, 1(2), 192 – 203.
415

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Udoh, E. J., Idiong, I. C. & Ekpe, E. (1999). A framework for effective land use and management in peasant agriculture: An explanatory note. The Transactions of the NSBC, 5(1), 12 – 16.
416

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Ogah, A. O., Ekpe, E., Odok, G. N. & Idiong, I. C. (1999). Appraisal of farm input supply situation in the central zone of Benue Agricultural and Rural Development Authority.  ESUT Journal of Development Management, 2(1), 36 – 41.
417

Prof. Idiong Christopher Idiong

Ekpeni, E. &  Idiong, I. C. (1999). Role of cooperatives in agricultural development: a study of selected local government areas of Kogi State. ESUT Journal of Development Management, 1(1), 15 – 20.
418

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C. (2018). Scientific basis for the therapeutic use of Lupinus arboreus. European  Journal  of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research, 5(3), 30 - 34, 
419

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C. & Eban, L. K. (2018). Biochemical role of electrolyte excretion in aminoglycoside nephrotoxicity. World Journal of Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences, 4(3), 1 - 6.
420

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C. & Eban, L. K. (2018). Antioxidant and free radical scavenger effects of methanol leaf extract of Lupinus arboreus. European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 5(1), 70 - 73.  
421

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Osuala, F. N., Ofoefule, S. I., Inya –Agha, S. I., Odoh U. E. & Ohadoma S. C. (2018). Effects of methanol extract and fractions of Picralima nitida Stapf (Apocynaceae) on some biochemical parameters of sickle cell blood. International Journal of Pharmacy, Photon, 109, 524 – 537.
422

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Osuala, F. N., Inya –Agha, S. I., Odoh U. E., Ezeugwu C. O. & Ohadoma S. C. (2018). Pharmacognostic studies on the seeds of Picralima nitida Stapf. (Apocynaceae). International Journal of Pharmacy, Photon, 109, 548 – 563.
423

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C. & Michael, H. U. (2017). Catharanthus roseus combination therapy with orthodox oral hypoglycemic drugs. A novel approach to diabetes mellitus treatment. UK Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biosciences, 4(3), 14 - 17. 
424

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Nnatuanya, I. N. & Osuala, F. N. (2017). Intrinsic activity of aqueous leaf extract of Cymbopogon citratus against plasmodium-mediated tropical disease. Journal of Herbal Medicine Research, 2(17), 1 - 6.
425

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Osuala, F. N., Amazu L. U. & Iwuji, S. C. (2017). Comperative analysis of the anticonvulsant activity of Crinum jagus and Solanum indicum in mice. UK Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biosciences, 5(3), 31 - 34.
426

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C. (2016). In-vitro evaluation of co-administration of chloroform leaf extract of Chromolaena odorata on the antimicrobial activity of clindamycin and itraconazole. European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research, 3(9), 540 - 544.
427

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C. & Osuala, F. N. (2016). Isolation of the active constituent from ethylacetate fraction of Lupinus arboreus leaf. World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 5(9), 1995 - 2001.
428

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Akah P. A, Nworu C. S. & Okoye, T. C. (2016). Pharmacological studies on the renal and hepatic effects of methanol leaf extract of Lupinus arboreus in rats. Journal of Herbal Medicine Research, 1(2), 27 – 31.
429

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C. (2016). Pharmacological assessment of the leaves extract and fractions of Cassia fistula Linn for antityphoid activity. UK Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biosciences, 4(3), 48 - 50.
430

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Iwuji, S. C., Egenonu, C. A., Ndubuka, G. I., Azeez, T. O., Ekezie, J., Dozie, I. N. & Ohadoma, S. C. (2016). Phytochemical and hydromethanolic leaf extract of Chaya (Cnidoscolous aconitifolius). Futo Journal Series (FUTOJNLS), 2(1), 195 - 204.
431

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Osuala, F. N. & Nnatuanya, I. N. (2016). Spasmolytic activity of methanol leaf extracts of Lupinus arboreus on Guinea pig ileum, European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research, 3(7), 50 - 52. 
432

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Akah, P. A. & Okolo, C. E. (2016). Isolation and characterization of flavonol glycosides from leaves extract of Lupinus arboreus Sims. UK Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biosciences, 4(3), 6 - 9. 
433

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C. (2016). Investigation on the antipyretic and antiemetic activities of aqueous extract of Lupinus arboreus leaves. World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 5(9), 193 - 199.
434

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C. (2016). Pharmacological assessment of anti-anaemic activity of aqueous leaves extracts of Telfairia occidentalis and Spondias mombin in rats. UK Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biosciences, 4(3), 56 - 59.
435

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C. (2016). Immunodulatory effect of methanol leaf extract of Lupinus arboreus in rats. European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 3(9), 30 - 34.
436

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C. (2016). Amazu, L. U., Osuala, F. N. & Iwuji, S. Assessment of antimicrobial activity of ethanol extracts of Commiphora africana and Boswellia dalzielii. UK Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biosciences, 4(3), 1 - 5.
437

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C. (2016). Comparative analysis of hepatoprotective effect of ethanol extracts of Gongronema latifolium and Alternanthera dentate leaves in rats. World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 5(1), 156 - 163. 
438

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C. (2016). Stigmast  steroids of the leaf extract of Lupinus arboreus Sim. Literati Journal of Pharmaceutical Drug Delivery Technologies, 2(1), 1 - 2, 2016.
439

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C. (2016). Nnatuanya IN. Serum transaminase activities, abumin and bilirubin levels in salt loaded experimental rats treated with ethanol extract of Gongronema latifolium. European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 3(6), 169 - 172. 
440

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C. (2016). Effects of Co-administration of aqueous leaf extract of Aloe barbadensis on the inhibitory gastric acid secretion activity of Cimetidine in rats. Literati Journal of Pharmaceutical Drug Delivery Technologies, 2(1), 8 - 10.
441

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Osuala, F. N. & Mbachu, C. O. (2016). Ohadoma S. C. Pharmacognostic and antiemetic determination of the methanol leaf extract of Elaeis guinensis. Indian Journal of Applied Research, 6(6), 203 - 205.
442

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Akah, P. A. & Enye, J. C. (2015). Pharmacological assessment of the antinociceptive and anti-inflammatory effects of the methanol leaf extract and fractions of Lupinus arboreus.  Asian Journal of Science and Technology, 6(8), 1663 - 1668.
443

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C. & Osuala, F. N. (2015). Comparative analysis of antimicrobial activity of three cephalosporins on clinical isolates. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical Technology and Innovation, 3(12), 128 - 131.
444

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Amazu, L. U., Enye, J. C. & Okolo, C. E. (2015). Comparative analysis of therapeutic benefits of Ocimum gratissimum  and Vernonia amygdalina.  European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research, 2(6), 29 - 32.
445

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Nnatuanya, I. N., Osuala, F. N., Amazu, L. U. & Okolo, C. E. (2015). Pharmacological assessment of Mucuna Pruriens leaf extracts for antifungal and wound healing effects. International Journal of Medicinal Plants and Natural products, 1(1), 40 - 43.
446

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Akah, P. A., Amazu, L. U., Osuala, F. N., & Enye, J. C. (2015). Terpenoids of the leaf extract of  Lupinus arboreus Sims. European  Journal of  Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2(6), 5 - 7.
447

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Osuala, F. N.,  Ohadoma, S. C. (2015). Pharmacognostic and antimicrobial screening of leaf extracts of Annona muricata. Asian Journal Pharmaceutical Technology and Innovation, 3(12), 132 - 136.
448

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C, Nnatuanya, I., Amazu, L. U., Okolo C. E. (2014). Antimicrobial activity of the leaf extract and fractions of Lupinus arboreus. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research, 8(8), 366 - 391.
449

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Akah, P. A., Osuala, F. N., Nnatuanya, I.& Amazu, L. U. (2014). Isolation and characterization of the leaf extracts of Lupinus arboreus Sims. Journal of Applied Sciences, 17(1), 11171 - 11176.
450

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Nnatuanya, I. & Osuala, F. N. (2014). Pharmacological effect of the leaf extract and fractions of Lupinus arboreus on Aspergilles niger and Candida albicans. Journal of Applied Sciences, 17(1), 11048 - 11059.
451

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Nnatuanya, I. N. & Ohadoma, S. C. (2014). Pharmacological evaluation for antitrypanozomal activity of aqueous stem bank extract of Crossopteryx verbrifuga in rats. Journal of Applied Sciences, 17(2), 11282 - 11291.
452

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Amazu, L. U & Nwosu, P. J. C. (2014). Antimicrobial activities of some volatile oils against some pathogenic organisms. Journal of Applied Sciences, 17(2), 11314 - 11320.
453

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Osuala, F. N. & Ohadoma, S. C. (2014). Pharmacognostic and antimicicrobial screaming of some Nigerian Medicinal plants used to treat infections disease traditionally. Journal of Applied Sciences, 17(2), 11356 - 11361.
454

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Amazu, L. U., Okolo, C. E. & Nwosu, P. J. C. (2012) Profile of Serum lipid in diabetic and hypertensive patients from Rivers State, Nigeria., World Journal of Biotechnology, 13(2), 1967 - 1972.
455

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Osuala, F. N., Nnatuanya I., Nwosu, P. J. C. & Ajoku, S. C. (2012). Hepatoprotective effect of ethanol extract of Alternathera dentate on wistar rats. African Journal of Sciences, 13(1), 2958 - 2964.
456

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma,S. C., Nwosu, P. J. C., Osuala, F. N. & Nnatuanya, I. (2012). Immunomodulatory effect of ethanol extract of Vernomia amygdalina on albino rat. World Journal of Biotechnology, 13(1), 1927 - 1933.
457

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Amazu, L. U., Okolo, C. E., Nwosu, P. J. C. & Osuala, F. N. (2012). Assessment of total cholesterol/high density lipoprotein cholesterol ratio influence in the Pathogenesis of ischemic heart disease in Elele-Port Harcourt, Nigeria. African Journal of Sciences, 13(1), 3053 - 3059.
458

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C. & Michael, H. U. (2011). Effect of co-administration of methanol leaf extract of Catharantus roseus on the hypoglycemic activity of metformin and glibenclamide in rats. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine, 4(6), 475 - 477. 
459

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Akah, P. A., Nkemnele, C. A., Nnatuanya, I. & Nwosu, P. J. C. (2011). Investigations on the analgesic and anti-inflammatory activities of methanol leaf extract of Lupinus arboreus. Journal of Applied Sciences, 14(3), 10158 - 10169.
460

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Nnatuanya, I., Osuala, F. N., Ikeduba, E. N. & Nwosu, P.  J. C. (2011). Antisnake venom activities of methanol extract of Stembark of Parinari curatellifolia. Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology, 18(3), 10502 - 10511.
461

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Nnatuanya, I., Nwosu, P. J. C. & Nnaeto, O.(2010). Antithrombotic activities of methanolic extract of Garcinia kola in rats. Journal of Pharmacy and Bioresources, 7(2), 132 - 138.
462

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Nnatuanya, I., Enye .J. C. & Ikeduba, E. N. (2010). Preliminary investigation of the qualitative and quantitative constituents of Spermacoce ocymoides Burns .F. Rubiaceae. African Journal of Biosciences, 3(1), 108 - 111, 2010.
463

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Akah, P. A., Nkemnele, C. A., Ikeduba, E. N. & Nwokoma, E. I. (2010). Determination of the acute toxicity and phytochemical constituents of the methanol leaf extract of Lupinus arboreus in mice. Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology, 17(3), 9738 - 9743.
464

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Michael, H. U., Nnaeto, O. & Enye. J. C. (2010). Pharmacological effects of two oral hypoglycemic agents co-administrated with methanol leaf extract of Catharanthus roseus. Journal of Applied Sciences, 13(3), 9223 - 9230.
465

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Enye, J. C., Nnaeto, O., Nwosu, P. J. C. & Nnatuanya, I. (2010). The isolation and characterization of the fruit extracts of Strychnos spinosa Lam. Journal  of Applied Sciences, 13(2), 9105 - 9110.
466

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Nnatuanya, I., Nwosu, P. J. C., Osuala, F. N. & Nnaeto, O. (2010). The role of electrolyte excretion in aminoglycoside renal damage. Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology, 17(2), 9347 - 9358.
467

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Nwosu P. J. C., Nnatuanya, I., Chilaka, K. C. & Obogolo, M. A. (2009).The anti-inflammatory activity of the leaf extract of Jathropha curcas (Fam. Euphorbiaceae). World Journal of Biotechnology, 10(1), 1584 - 1589.
468

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Nwosu, P. J. C., Chilaka, K. C., Osuala, F. N. & Nnatuanya I. (2009). Screening of aqueous extract of Azadirachta indica leaf for hyoplycemic effect in guinea pigs. African Journal of Sciences, 10(1), 1584 - 1589.
469

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Nwosu, P. J. C. & Osuala, F. N. (2009). Quality analysis of some brands of metronidazole tablets marketed in Ariaria-Aba, Abia State, Nigeria. Journal of Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 5(4), 14 - 19.
470

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Akudor, G. C. & Ikoro, N. (2007). Visual acuity pattern of adults in Elele, Rivers State, Nigeria. Journal of Health and Visual Sciences, 8(3), 15 - 19.
471

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C., Unekwe, P. J. C., Ikoro, N. & Akuodor, G. C. (2007). Pharmacological basis for the use of aqueous seed extract of Strychnos spinosa Lam in traditional medical practice in Nigeria for the treatment of microbial infections. Journal of Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 3(1), 20 - 23.
472

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Akudor, G. C., Unekwe, P. C., Ohadoma, S. C. & Akpan, J. I. (2006). Preliminary pharmacological studies of the antimicrobial and anticoagulant properties of ethanol leaf  extract of Thymus vulgaris. Journal of Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2(3), 45 - 54.
473

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Akudor, G. C., Akpan, J. I. & Ohadoma, S. C. (2006). Some hematological parameters in adult Nigerians with diabetes mellitus. Journal of Health and Visual Sciences, 8(2), 59 - 64.
474

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C. (2006). Cassava and the challenges of nutritional toxicity. Journal of Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2(4), 26 - 33. 
475

Dr. Sylvester Chika Ohadoma

Ohadoma, S. C. (2006). Advances in medical and pharmaceutical science for self reliance: Cassava and the challenges of nutritional toxicity. Book of abstract of second annual conference of International Research and development institute (IRDI), Science and Technology Forum, November,22-23, Niger Hall, C.E.C, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
476

Dr. Jacob Otu

Jacob Otu Enyia, Udungeri, Kevin, "The Use of Land as a Collateral Security Credit in Nigeria: Problems and Challenges" International Journal of Managerial Studies and Research (IJMSR) Vol. 6, No.07, 2018, pp.44-56.
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1987):"Joint Production and Economies of Scale in Nigerian Banking",Nigerian Journal of Economics and Social Studies.2 (2),195-206
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1989):" Bank Size and Technological Change:The Nigerian Experience" Journal of Management Studies,University of Ghana, Legon, January/December, (1989),70-86.
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1990):"Dynamic Linear Programming Model for Bank Financial Planning in a Less Developed Country" African Review of Money, Finance and Banking.(1),17-33
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1989):"The Impact of Quality of Management on the  Profitability of Commercial Banks:The Nigerian Experience", Savings and Development Quarterly Review. 2,(2),199-211
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1989):"The Effect of Quality of Management on the  Profitability of Commercial Banks: A comparative Analysis Based on Nigerian Banking Experience",Developing Economies.(1989).286-303
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1990):"Market Structure, Risk and Profitability: Further Evidence of the Quiet Life Hypothesis and of Relative Economic Efficiency in Banking", Development Policy Review.(1990),179-201
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M.O. and Raheem M. I. R.(1990): Demand for Money and the Unorganized Money Market in Africa: An Empirical Study” Indian Journal of Quantitative Economics. 6,(1),55-83.
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1993): Income and Interest Rate Elasticity of the Demand for Money in South Africa: Comments and Extensions:The Indian Economic Journal.(41),1
485

Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1994):"The Potential Effect of Privatizationon Economic Growth: An Alternative Framework" The Singapore Economic Review.38,(2),177-190. 
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1993):"External Indebtedness, Debt Servicing-Capacity and Economic Growth in Africa: A Simultaneous Equations Model with Dynamic Policy Simulations and Forecasting.Nigerian Financial Review.6 (2)48-59.
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1993):"Income and Interest Rate Elasticities of the Demand for Money in South  Africa : Comments and Extension", The Indian Economic Journal. (41) 1
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1992):"Financial Intermediation and Economic Development: The Case for Sub-Regional Capital Markets in Africa" Financial Journal, CAEM, (1992),18-58
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1993):"Money,Disembodied Technology and the Aggregate Supply Function: An Empirical Study of Three African Countries" Nigerian Financial Review. 6,(3),37-44
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O.(1994):"Banking Supervision and Safety-and-Soundness of the Banking System: An Early Warning Model Applied to Nigerian Data" CBN Economic and Financial Review. (1994),419-431
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1994):"Government Interventionism,Privatization and  Economic Development: A Critical Review of the Issues. African Review of Money, Finance and Banking (Italy)1/2 1994. Also  published  in First Bank Annual Review (1995),22-37
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1995):Economic Development and Monetary Policy in two Neighbouring African Countries: The Gambia and Senegal" The Nigerian Journal of Economics and Social Studies 37 (2),111-125.
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1995):"Alternative Approach to Crisis Management in Nigerian Economy: The Case of the Banking Industry in the  1990s and Beyond"  First Bank Bi-Annual Review 3(8),1-21.
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1996):"The Impact of Government Regulation on the Profitability of Commercial Banks Using Linear Optimization  Model: The Case of First Bank Nigeria Limited" ECOJOURNAL, Department of Economics, University of Calabar,Nigeria (1996),134-152
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Nyong, M. O. (1996):"Monetary Policy and Commercial Banks'Performance: A Theoretical and Empirical Study”, Central Bank of Nigeria Economic and Financial Review.(34),777-796.
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1997):"Capital Market Development and Long-run Economic Growth: Theory, Evidence and Analysis" First Bank of Nigeria Bi-Annual Review.5(34),13-38
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1997):"The Dynamics of Savings in a Deregulated Economy: A Theoretical and Empirical Study" NDIC Quarterly.(1997),58-78
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1998):”On the Determinants of Agricultural Productivity in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Case of Nigeria" Nigerian Financial Review.7,(2),53-66.
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1998)"Fiscal Federalism, Revenue Allocation Formula and Economic Development in Nigeria" Nigerian Financial Review.7,(3),33-54.
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1998):" Revenue Base, Public Expenditure and Fiscal Performance in Nigeria" Nigerian Financial Review.7,(4),33-52
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1999):"Military Spending, Savings and Economic Development in  a Less Developed Country" Calabar Journal of Politics and Administration.1 (1),212-233
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (1999):Parallel Market Premium, Exports,Imports and Economic Growth in African franc Zone Countries(CFA) Zone)International  Journal of Social Science and PublicPolicy.2,(2),30-42
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M.O. (2002):”Foreign Capital Inflows, Domestic Savings  and Economic Development: New Evidence, New Insights”NDIC  Quarterly.12,(1),81-102.
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (2001):”The Demand for Money under Rational Expectations of inflation: The Nigerian Experience” The Nigerian Journal of Economics and Social Studies,43(1),125-144
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. and Odubegun, H. (2002):Macroeconomic Effects of Monetary  Financing of Fiscal Deficits in Nigeria” West African journal of Financial and Monetary integration. (2002). 89-129
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (2003):“Predictability  and Volatility of Stock Returns in three Emerging Markets: Nigeria, South Africa and Brazil” Nigerian Journal of Economics and Development Matter.2 (1),12-29
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (2004):”The Supply Response of Nigerian Cocoa Traders to Devaluation and its Relationship to Cocoa imports from Cameroon”, Calabar journal of Banking and Finance.1(1),53-81.
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. and Ekpenyong, C. D.(2007):”Export Fluctuations and Economic Development: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis.Global Journal of Social Sciences Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 97-109 Global Journal of Social Sciences.(5),2
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O and Ekpenyong, C. D.(2007):”The Role of Import Substitution IndustrializationPolicy in Economic Development in Nigeria. Global Journal of Social Sciences. 8(2),157-170
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M.O. (2007): “Technical Efficiency and Socioeconomic Performance in Africa. West African Journal of Monetary and Economic Integration.7,(1),81-102
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Udah, E.B. and Nyong M.O. (2011):Economic Integration in ECOWAS and Prospects for Convergence in Real Per Capita Income. British Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Dec.3(1),28-45
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (2011):Unit root testing in the presence of multiple endogenous structural breaks: the case of industrial time series data. In Industrial Development: A Catalyst for rapid Economic Growth. Essays in Honour of John Emmanuel Udo Ndebbio, Davison publication, Port Harourt.(269),295
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M. O. (2011): Trade Policy Reform, Manufacture Export and Industrialization in Nigeria, 2011. In Industrial Development: A Catalyst for rapid Economic Growth. Essays in Honour of John Emmanuel Udo Ndebbio, Davison publication, Port Harourt.(342),407
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M.O.and Udah, E. B. (2012): Industrial Time Series of Nigeria 1970-2009: Evolution and Unit root testing in the Presence of Multiple Endogenous Structural Breaks. Applied Econometrics and International Development.12(1)
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M.O. and  Omobitan, O. A. (2013): Nonlinear Income Convergence and Structural breaks: Further Empirical Evidence. International Journal of Economics and Finance, 5(4) 1-8
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Prof. MICHAEL OKON NYONG

Nyong, M.O. (2014): Demand for Money, Structural Breaks and Monetary Policy in The Gambia. Journal of Developing Country Studies.4,(19),93-106.
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Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Ekere, S . C. O. and Wonah, F. A. (2017) Head of departments’ innovative practice and sustainability of academic programmes in universities in Cross River State, Nigeria: Nigerian Association for Educational Administration and Planning (NAEAP)
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Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Ekere, S. C. O. (2018) Principals’ gender and the utilization of legal provisions in secondary school administration in Cross River State: Gender Studies Association of Nigeria (GSAN)
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Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Ekere, S. C. O. and Wonah, F. (2018) Head of institutional decision making techniques and institutional productivity in universities in Cross River State, Nigeria: Nigerian Society for Psychosocial Research.
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Dr. Agba Jacob Udayi

Jacob U. Agba. “Liberation of the Oppressed: Nwamuo’s Analysis of Early Poetics of Society” Chapter 7,(2010), 68-73
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Dr. Agba Jacob Udayi

Jacob Udayi Agba. “The Performing Arts and the Carnival, Calabar: Implications for Human Rights Protection in Nigeria”. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS) 11(4), (2013), .04-12
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Dr. Agba Jacob Udayi

Agba, J. U. and N. Brown . “Strategies in Educational Broadcast”. CRUTECH Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology (JOSET),1(2), (2012) 35-42
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Dr. Agba Jacob Udayi

Jacob Udayi Agba . “An Analysis of Audience Perception of Nollywood Film”. A Journal of Media and Communication. 3,(2012), 79/96
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Dr. Agba Jacob Udayi

Jacob U. Agba and James E. Olayi ). “The Inclusion of the Visually Impaired in Film Experience” the international Journal of the Arts in Society 6(4), (2011),169-184
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Dr. Agba Jacob Udayi

Jacob U. Agba and James E. Olayi. English and the Computer Technology: The Nigerian Situation. Annals of Humanities and Development Studies, The impetus providing the drive into the paper titled: ENGLISH AND THE COMPUTER CULTURE: THE NIGERIAN SITUATION arises because as this article assumes, “common sense alone would suggest that no technology is wholly or exclusively beneficial” and calls for us to conduct systematic research into computers and writing to test these reigning beliefs. Thus, in view of the prevailing computer culture the English Language in this Digital Age faces many obstacles and present many challenges. The purpose of this article therefore, is to highlight the obstacles and challenges of this new technology-driven globalize environment for English Language particularly, in the Nigerian society, in order to point out the consequences of getting engaged in the computer business as usual, and to suggest ways of adapting to this new environment.This is because, it will futile to reject the proposition that English Language study and use have been dramatically affected by factors of computer technological globalization and digitization. The article adopts the rhetorical-analytical approach to the discussion. References to English Language studies cover syntactic, semantic and different aspects of English Language in the areas of pre-planning, post-writing editing, proofreading, formatting and general English Language Communication. Central to the paper is the interview of the critical writing of Christina Haas, title: Writing Technology: Studies on the Materiality of Literacy and the three studies we conducted in this paper to determine the influence of computer culture on the acquisition and utilization of the English Language. 2 (1),(2011),107-121.
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Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Ekere, S. C. O. and Ebuara, V. O. (2017) The nature of educational planning for sustainable development of the school system in South-South of Nigeria.
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Dr. Agba Jacob Udayi

Jacob U. Agba and Patrick U. Ineji Audience Perception of Nollywood Films. LWATI A Journal of Contemporary Research. In this article, we took on the stimulus providing the drive into the writing of the article titled: audience perception of Nollywood Films in Nigeria, stressing that this arises as a result of the severe perceptual criticism about Nollywood Films even to the point of suggesting that the product of the industry should be of no use. Thus, this article is written after an empirical study to expose how the severe perceptual criticism for and against Nollywood can be harnessed towards the improvement of Nollywood as an art. 8(1), (2011), 259-271
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Dr. Agba Jacob Udayi

Jacob U. Agba. “Radio Drama as an Art Form of Education” in Theatre Studies Review. Using two selected drama programmes of Cross River Broadcasting Corporation, I, in this paper, investigated what happens when listeners to radio drama are positioned at the center of ideal soundscapes for the purpose of using the radio drama for art education. The redundancy and noise we experience as hearers in real-life interaction are eliminated, sound in split from image, and fictional sound events are skillfully layered in a hierarchy where dialogue predominates. 6(1), (2011),52-73
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Dr. Agba Jacob Udayi

Jacob Udayi Agba, James E. Olayi and James Ewa. “Deployment of Assistive Technology in the Inclusion of the Visually Impaired Students into Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria”. Journal of Association of Libraries for the Visually Impaired. In this article written after a study of deployment of technology items by tertiary institutions for the benefit of the visually impaired in Nigeria, it was found that the deployment which was to facilitate the learning and research ability of both blind students and teachers is haphazardly done in various tertiary institutions of learning in Nigeria. (2010),95-104
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Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Ekere, S .C. O. and Wonah, F. A. (2017). Head of departments’ innovative practice and sustainability of academic programmes in universities in Cross River State, Nigeria: Nigerian Association for Educational Administration and Planning (NAEAP)
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Jacob Udayi Agba. Gender Issues in Popular Cinema (2010) in “Annals of Humanities and Development Studies, In this paper, I point out that gender issue in cinema like all other media of communication is the product of stereotyping in the ego formations for both male and female folks. The image of a person or group of persons must sell or be destroyed. Discussion on gender issue is often brought into focus to equalize public opinion and treatment for both men and women. Gender issue, which connotes stereotypical representation of femininity and masculinity are ways of opposing the different ways in which men and women are played side-by-side in most media discourse for the purpose of bridging the chauvinistic gap between male and female folks in the society, based on the U.N. driven affirmative action. Here, I examined critically the issue of male and female counter stereotyping of their respective genders in the media, particularly, in classical and popular cinemas. I also discussed the need to overcome stereotyping and counter stereotyping and counter stereotyping between men and women through fundamental policy and a, balanced reconstruction of the images of men and women through psychoanalytic and semiotic utilization of the cinematic camera and the culturally based signification of the cinematic imageries of masculinity and femininity. The stereotyped imageries of men and women in major world cinema such as Hollywood and Nollywood, were analyzed and recommendations made for the way forward. 1 (2), (2010),193-203.
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Dr. Agba Jacob Udayi

Jacob U. Agba and James E. Olayi. “Communication Strategies in Curriculum Adaptation in Education of visually impaired in Nigeria” in Exceptional child. Journal of NCEC.Though this publication believes that curriculum designed for ordinary children in Nigeria is generally appropriate for visually impaired learners, some adaptations to the learning materials, communication strategies and the teaching approaches have to be made so that the learning needs of visually impaired children can be met. The basic curriculum should be balanced with due consideration given to the appropriate communication strategies capable of meeting the learners’ intellectual, personal, emotional and social developments for the purpose of improved achievement on the part of the teachers and learning by the blind and visually impaired learners. This paper evaluates the performance levels of twelve visually impaired students in JSS three in six secondary schools in Cross River State. The result indicates that the performances of students who had access to adapted curriculum were better than those partly or not at all, exposed to adapted curriculum. This paper therefore, attempts to dialectically identify the unique communication strategies appropriate to the basic curriculum adaptation in the education of the visually impaired in meeting their varied needs for functional education and subsequently, independent living. 12(1),(2010),11-27
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Dr. Agba Jacob Udayi

Jacob U. Agba. “Multidisciplinary Approach in Service Delivery in Special Education” in Journal of Early Child and Special Education (JECSE) This publication attempts to highlight the various approaches in service delivery in Special Education, emphasizing the role of communication in the different approaches which are necessary to the employed by service providers in Special Education. 2(1), (2009),177-192.2
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Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Akpan, C. P. and Ekere, S. C. O. (2014) Organizational climate as determinant of sustainable peace culture in higher institutions in Cross River State, Nigeria: Mediterranean Journal of Social Science. 7 (3)., 467-474
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Dr. Agba Jacob Udayi

Jacob U. Agba. “Globalization and Alternative Development Paradigm for Africa” in West African Association of commonwealth Literature and Language Studies, In this paper attempt is made to critically evaluate the impact of globalization on governments and people of Africa. Based therefore, on the yearning for global equality in development, the paper attempt to purpose an alternative paradigm for development in Africa since the propose an alternative paradigm for development in Africa since the current global theory only tend to prosper the West and their agents of globalization. 2(2),(2008),38-61.
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Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Ugunlade, J. O., Adeleye, J. O. and Ekere, S. C. O. (2015) Teachers distribution pattern as determinants of effective teaching and learning in Nigeria Secondary Schools. In International Journal of Science and Research (USR) 4, 5
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Dr. Agba Jacob Udayi

Jacob U.Agba. “Liberation of the Oppressed: Nwamuo’s Analysis of Early Poetics of Society” in Ajibade, Babson and Esekon H. Andrew (eds). Dramaturgy of liberation and survival. This is a book chapter in which I analyzed the various poetics of society such as the Aristotelian poetic of society among others in line with the views of Professor Chris Nwamuo, a renowned Professor Theatre Studies in the context of his views on the liberation of the oppressed. 7, (2010), p. 68-73
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Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Ekere, S. C. O. (2018) Planning for reforms in Secondary Education in Nigeria. Editors: Akpan, C. P., Uko, E. S. and Osim, R. O. Educational Planning in Nigeria: Principles and Practices. Calabar: University of Calabar Press. (176-190)
539

Dr. Agba Jacob Udayi

Jacob Udayi Agba. Introduction to Community Broadcasting. This is an eight chapter book which reviews the situation of community radio and television ownership and operation in Nigeria. The book reveals that community broadcasting has not taken off in Nigeria. However, it highlights the various ways community broadcasting can be beneficial in a country like Nigeria.(2006)
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Dr. Agba Jacob Udayi

Jacob Udayi Agba. Radio and Community Theatre in Rural Development. This book was developed from my Master’s Degree thesis, titled: Potentials of Radio and Community Theatre in Rural Development; completed in 2005. The book attempts to expose the various strengths and weaknesses of radio and community. Theatre and how the two can work together not in isolation to bring about the development in our rural areas. (2006)
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Dr. Favour Nyoh Beshel

Beshel, F. N. (2018). Renal Physiology made easy.  ISBN No.: 978-051-458-9. Published by Essinej printing press, Essinej Ventures Nig. LTD, No. 8. Ndidem Isang Iso Road, Calabar. 
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Dr. Favour Nyoh Beshel

Beshel, F. N., Udefa, A. L. &  Imoke, W. I. (2018). comparative effects of vitamins A and E on Sperm morphology of Nicotine-treated wistar rats. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 7(1), 179 - 186.
543

Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Ekere, S. C. O. and Ukpabio, G. E. (2015) Capacity and Equal Educational Opportunity in Nigeria (682-688) Politics of Education and National Development in Nigeria. Editors: Abraham Nim, Durosanm D., Nwadiani M., Kpee, G. G., Okon, J. E., Odiba, I. A., NAEAP. University of Port Harcourt Press Ltd.
544

Dr. Favour Nyoh Beshel

Archibong, A. N., Ofem, O. E., Akwari, A. A., Ukweni, S. U., Eno, A. E. &  Beshel, F. N. (2014). Extract of edible Seafood - Egeria radiata (clam) boosts blood parameters in rats. British Journal of applied science and technology, 4(11), 1684 - 1692.
545

Dr. Favour Nyoh Beshel

Beshel,  J. A., Nneli, R. O., Beshel, F. N., Mfem, C. C. & Nku, C. O. (2014). Ethanolic root extract of Carpolobia lutea improves memory. Journal of Medical and Health Sciences, 3, 86 - 90.
546

Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Scholastica C. O. Ekere (2016) Administration of School Laws. (338-418). Educational Management (A guide for practitioners). Editors: Uchendu, C. C., Akwuegu, B. A.
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Dr. Favour Nyoh Beshel

Beshel, J. A., Nneli, R. O., Bisong, S. A., Beshel, F. N. & Mfem, C. C. (2014). Acute administration of ethanolic root extract of Carpolobia lutea (Cattle stick) increases anxiety. Journal of Medical and Health Sciences, 3, 42 - 47.
548

Dr. Favour Nyoh Beshel

Beshel, F. N., Antai, A. B., Osim, E. E. (2014). Chronic consumption of three forms of palm oil alters glomerular filtration rate and renal plasma flow.  Journal of general Physiology and Biophysics, 33, 251 - 256.     
549

Dr. Favour Nyoh Beshel

Owu, D. U., Udoette, U. B., Azah, N. & Eyong, U. E. (2005). Effect of Bonny Light crude oil on some hematological parametersof Guinea Pigs. BIOKEMISTRI, 17(2), 165 - 170.
550

Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Ekere S. C. O. (2016) Quota System ( 169-180) Emerging Issues in Educational Supervision. Editors: Okon, J. E., Akwuegu, B. A. Uko, E. S. University of Calabar Press, Calabar, Nigeria
551

Dr. Favour Nyoh Beshel

Eno, A. E., Ubokette, U. E., Ofem, O. E., Unoh, F. B., Nkanu, E., Azah, N. & N. Ibu, N. (2004). The effects of a Nigerian specie of Viscum album (mistletoe) leaf extact on the blood pressure of normotensive and DOCA-induced hypertensive rats. Nigerian Journal of Physiological Sciences, 19(1&2), 33 - 38.
552

Dr. Favour Nyoh Beshel

Eno, A. E., Azah, N., Edet, E. E.& Itam, E. H.(2004). Induced secretion of pepsin-rich juice in the rat by crude extract from Elaeophobia drupifera leaves. Nigerian Journal of Physiological Sciences, 19(1&2), 53 - 59.
553

Dr. Favour Nyoh Beshel

Eno, A. E. &  Azah, N. (2004). Effect of ethanolic extract from Elaeophobia drupifera on the intestinal smooth muscle of the rabbit. Nigerian Journal of Physiological Sciences, 19(1&2), 60 - 68.
554

Dr. Favour Nyoh Beshel

Azah, N., Antai, A. B., Peters, E. J. & Osim, E. E. (2002). Effect of exposure to dust generated from crushing of granite rocks on the lung function parameters of South Eastern Nigerian children. Nigeria Journal of Physiological Sciences, 17(1&2), 42 - 47.
555

Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Ekere, S. C. O. (2015) Capacity building of educational administration towards improved service delivery in fundamentals of Educational management editors Akpan, C. P., Okon, J. E. and Ebuara, V. O. Calabar, University of Calabar Press
556

Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Undie, J. A., Ekere, S. C. O. and Adah, P. (2008) Educational planning and development planning:Imperative for sustainable Macro economic Development in managing Education for sustainable development; Babalola, J. B., Akpa, G.O., Hauwa I. and Ayeni, A. O. (NAEAP) His Lineage Pub. House. Ibadan
557

Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Ekere, S. C. O. (2009) Classroom management in Nigeria: Secondary Schools in Education Management: Theory and Tasks; Babalola, J.B. and Adeni, A. O. Macmillian publisher. 787 – 796
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Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Ekere, S. C. O. and Ukpabio, G. E. (2018) Innovative Means of Financing Tertiary Education for Sustainable National Development: THE RESEARCHERS, A Journal of contemporary Educational Research.1 (1and2) 60-68
559

Mr. OQUA, IKA EDIM

Oqua, I.E.Kadimo “Reviving Live Theatre through Advertising”. Ndunode 6.2 (2005), 137 – 146.
560

Mr. OQUA, IKA EDIM

Essien, Edet and I. E. Kadimo Oqua. “Enhancing Internal Financial Control in Theatre Establishments in Nigeria”. Ndunode 7.1, (2008),1-14.
561

Mr. OQUA, IKA EDIM

Oqua, I.E. Kadimo. “Theatrical and Transcendental Celebration of Death Among the Ejaghams of Calabar”. LWATI 12.1,(2015), 120 – 134.
562

Mr. OQUA, IKA EDIM

Oqua, I E. Kadimo. “The Last Prophet of Nigerian Stand-Up comedy and the Problems of Intellectual Property Protection in a Digital Era” WAACLALS. 4. 1 (2016),121 – 138.
563

Mr. OQUA, IKA EDIM

Oqua, I.E. Kadimo. “Acting With Pencil: The Process of Storyboarding A Stage Multimedia Drama Production in Nigeria.” Journal of Theatre And Media Studies (JOTAMS) 1.2 (2016)
564

Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Ekere, S. C. O. (2017) Principals Awareness of Climate Change and its impact on Secondary School Administration in Cross River State, Nigeria: Education for today, Journal of Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, Calabar. 13 (2)., 148-152
565

Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Ukpabio,G. E., and Ekere, S. C. O. (2016) Principals Entrepreneurship Behaviour Variables and Institutional Dynamics of Akwa Ibom State Secondary Schools ( 205-220) In International Journal of Educational Administration Planning and Research (IJEAPR)
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Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Bassey, E. O., Esu, A.E.O. and Ekere S. C. O. (2016) State Holders’ Role in using Education for value Re-orientation in Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Curriculum Studies. 23 (3) 1-9
567

Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Bassey, E. O., Ekere, S.C.O. and Esu, A.E.O. (2015) Assessment of Gender Equality and Women Empowerment in MDGs: The Nigerian Experience. Nigeria journal of Curriculum Studies 22
568

Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Ekere, S.C.O. and Ebuara, V.O. (2014) Constraint to practical application of managerial skills of effective management of Cross River State University of Technology, Nigeria. Education for today, Journal of faculty of Education, University of Calabar, Calabar. 10 (6-22)
569

Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Ekere, S.C.O. and Anokye, S.A. (2014) Prospects and challenges of Universal Basic Education. International journal of Research in basic and Lifelong Education: Institute of Education, University of Calabar, Calabar 4 (1and2) 157- 16
570

Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Ekere, S. C.O. (2012) Principals awareness of legal provisions in secondary school administration in Cross River State, Nigeria: international journal of education administration, planning and research (IJEAPR 5) (1)., 70 -77
571

Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Okon, C. E. and Ekere, S. C. O. (2006) Relationship of alcoholism to child Abuse: Education for today journal of Education, University of Calabar, 6 (2)., 199 – 206
572

Dr. Scholastica Cyril Ekere

Ekere, S. C. O. and Okon. C. E. (2006) Salient issues in classroom management: Education for today journal of faculty of Education, University of Calabar, Calabar 6, (2)., 193 – 206
573

Iheukwumere I. and Okezie O. (2017). Studies on the Microbiology of Municipal Waste Sites in Abia State. Academic Journal of Science. 7(2), 155-163.
574

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Bassey, P. U. and Orji, E. I. (2018). Psychological Issues and Globalization. In Counselling, Globalization and Vocationalization of Education in Multicultural settings. A Festschrift in Honour of Professor Daisy N. Nwachukwu. University of Calabar Press, Calabar, 229-236
575

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Babayemi, J. O. and Bassey, P. U. (2017). A model for childhood education. In Further thought on language, education and the curriculum nexus for sustainable development in Nigeria. A Festschrift in honour of Professor Olusegun Olaniran Kolawole, Constellation Books, Ibadan, 312-323
576

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Okon, M. O. and Bassey, P. U. (2011). Verbal learning and transfer of learning. In A. J. Isangedighi (Ed.). Essentials of learning. Calabar: Eti-Nwa Associates Research Publishers, 231-246
577

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Bassey, P. U. and Okon M. O. (2011). Punishment. In A. J. Isangedighi (Ed.). Essentials of learning. Calabar: Eti-Nwa Associates Research Publishers, 100-13
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Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Bassey, P. U. and Okon, M. O. (2011). Reinforcement. In A. J. lsangedighi (Ed.). Essentials of learning.Calabar: Eti-Nwa Associates Research Publishers, 82-100
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Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Bassey, P. U. (2000). Conflict resolution in marriage. In Ekanem A. Uwe and Arit E. Obot (Eds). Marriage Counselling: Issues and solutions. Calabar: Pyramid Publishers, 149-158
580

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Bassey, P. U. (2000). Infidelity in marriage and implication for psychological counselling. In Ekanem A. Uwe and Arit E. Obot (Eds.). Marriage Counselling: Issues and solutions. Calabar: Pyramid Publishers, 72-80
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Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Egodi, A., Bassey, P. U. and Imoh, P. (2012). Educating Learners with Special Needs: New Trends in Cross River State-Nigeria. 56th Year Book on Teacher Education: International Council on Education for Teaching (ICET), University of Cape Coast. 96-114
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Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Orji, E. I., Ukpong, E. M. and Bassey, P. U. (2017). Childhood Development Trend and Caregivers Competence: Implication for Teacher Training. Journal of Research and Practice in Childhood Education. 3, 305-312
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Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Okon, M. O., Bassey, P. U. and Okon, A. E. (2014). Influence of Some Psychological Varieties on Aggressive Tendencies among University Students in the South South Geopolitical Zone of Nigeria. Education for Today. Journal of Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, 10, 82-93
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Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Tawo, R. E., Okon, M. O. and Bassey, P. U. and Eze, J. E. (2006). Marital adjustment as an index of family stability. The Counsellor, 22, 120-126
585

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Okon, M. O., Bassey, P. U. and Asia, R. E. (2005). Capacity development of second chance learners through vocational guidance, Journal of the World Council of Curriculum and Instruction (W.C.C.I), 5 (2)., 60-69
586

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Bassey, P. U. and Omori, A. E. (2015). Values Orientation, Needs Satisfaction and Job performance of Public Servants in the Cross River State of Nigeria.Organizational Cultures,An International Journal. 14 (3and4)., 21-32
587

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Asim, A. E., Bassey, P. U. and Umoren, G. U. (2007). A critical analysis of primary science teachers’ traditional perception of intelligence. And the theory of multiple intelligence. The International Journal of Common Wealth Association of Science, Technology and Mathematics Education (CASTME), 27 (3)., 24-32
588

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Tawo, R. E., Asim, A. E. and Bassey, P. U. (2007). Methodological issues in assessing literacy level among second chance learners. The International Journal of Learning, 14 (3)., 218-225
589

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Bassey, P. U., Ukpor, C. and Okon, A. O. (2017). Motivation and secondary school teachers job performance in Cross River state, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and /research (IJEAPR), 9 (1)., 100-107
590

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E. S., Obeten, O. O. and Ekaette, S. O.(2017) Managing Quality Education in the 21st Century for the Achievement of Sustainable Development Goals in Nigeria, Education for Today – Journal of Faculty of Education University of Calabar. 13 (1) 232 – 238.
591

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Oyo-Ita, M. E., Bassey, P. U. and Obogo, G. O. (2017). Influence of parental provision and protection on academic achievement of students in biology in Calabar Education Zone Cross River State. International Journal of Educational Benchmark (IJEB), University of Uyo. 8 (2)., 67-77
592

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E. S. Igbineweka P. O. (2017) Entrepreneurial Initiations and Knowledge Integration in Public Secondary Schools in Calabar Municipality Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Education for Today – Journal of Faculty of Education, University of Calabar 13 (1) 219 – 224.
593

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Oyo-Ita, M. E. and Bassey, P. U. (2017). Influence of some parental attachment variables on academic achievement of students in biology in Calabar Education Zone of Cross River State. CARD International Journal of Educational Research and Management Technology (IJERMT), 2 (2)., 21-36
594

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E. S Nnaji, E. S. (2017) Educational Accountability and Sustainable Quality Secondary Education in Calabar Metropolis, Cross River State, Nigeria. Education for Today – Journal of Faculty of Education, University of Calabar. 13(1) 63 – 74
595

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Oduh, J. O. Chigbo C. C. and Uko, E. S. (2016) Functional Business Education for Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development. International Journal of Academic Researches 1 (1) 287 – 296.
596

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Ubi, I. O., Bassey, P. U. and Egaga, P. I. (2016). Academic Disciplines and Dispositions to Affective Characteristics Among Secondary School Teachers in ross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Research in basic and Lifelong Education. 5 (1,2)., 145-150
597

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E. S. and Chigbo,C. C. (2016) Administrative Strategies to Promote Entrepreneurial Skill Development in Both Public and Private Secondary Schools in Cross River State. In A. A. Adeyinka, Asuko and F. G. Paulley. Educational and Sustainable Development in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria. University of Port-Harcourt Press.
598

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Igbineweka, Paul Osa, Uko, Esther S. and Ameh Eyiene (2016) Principals’ Politics of Leadership Skill and Achievement of Secondary School Programmes in Calabar Municipality in Cross River State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning. 16 (4) 764-772
599

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Emanghe E. E. Uko E. S, (2016) Innovative Entrepreneurship Education Funding Mechanism for Sustainable National Development: Myths and Reality Checks. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning.
600

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Ubi, I. O. and Bassey, P. U., (2016). Teachers’ affective characteristics as predictors of job performance in public secondary schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration Planning and Research (IJEAPR), 8 (1)., 259-264
601

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E. S. and Nnaji, E. S. (2016) Managing Tertiary Institutions for the Promotion of Lifelong Learning in Cross River State, Nigeria, Calabar Journal of Educational Research 15 (4), 41 – 47
602

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Ukpor, C. O., Akubuiro, M. I., Bassey, P, U. and Okon, A. E. (2015). Assessing Participation in Secondary Education Quality Enhancement; teachers, parents and Communities in Cross River State. Global Journal of Educational Research. 14 (1)., 141-147
603

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Ukpor, C. O., Akubuiro, M. I., Bassey, P, U. and Okon, A. E. (2015). Assessing Participation in Secondary Education Quality Enhancement; teachers, parents and Communities in Cross River State. Global Journal of Educational Research. 14 (1)., 141-147
604

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Igbineweka, P. O. Uko, E. S. and Ameh, E. (2015) Principals’ Policies of Leadership Skills and Achievement of Secondary School Programmes in Calabar Municipality in Cross River State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning 15(1) 114 – 123.
605

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko,E.S., Nnaji, E. S.(2015) Assessment of ICT Resource Availability and Utilization among Secondary School Administrators in Calabar Metropolis, Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research 7 (2) 185-194
606

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Okon, M. O., Bassey, P. U. Okon, A. E. (2014). Influence of some Psychological Variables on Aggressive Tendencies among University Students in south South Geopolitical Zone of Nigeria. Education for Today. Journal of Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, Calabar, 10, 82-93
607

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Bassey-Igri, O. T., Ukpong E. M. and Bassey, P. U. (2013). Child labour influence on secondary school students’ beahviour deviancy in Cross River State. Review of Education, 24 (1)., 79-88
608

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Uwe, E. A., Bassey, P. U. and Bassey-lgri, O. T. (2011). Undergraduate Students Awareness and Attitude Towards Contraception: Counselling Implications for Healthy Living. Global Journal of Educational Research, 10 (2)., 125-134
609

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Bassey P. U., Isangedighi, A. J., 0kon, M. O. and Idaka E. I. (2010). Some Affective Characteristics as Correlates of Secondary School Students Performance in Mathematics in Cross River State. Global Journal of Educational Research, 9 (1 and 2)., 77-83
610

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Bassey, P. U., Okon, M. O. and Idaka, E. I. (2010). Manifest anxiety and students mathematics performance in Cross River State. The Calabar Counsellor, Journal of Counselling Association of Nigeria (CAUOCAN), 4 (4)., 36-42
611

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Emeka S. S, Uko, E. S. and Nwafor, I. A. (2015) Enhancing Professional Competence of newly Employed Lecturers through Mentorship: A Focus on Universities in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Arts and Social Sciences. 8(2) 212 – 220
612

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Tawo, R. E., Okon, M. O. and Bassey, P. U. and Justina E. Eze (2006). Marital adjustment as an index of family stability. The Counsellor, 22, 120-126
613

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E. S. and Chigbo, C. C. (2015). Administrative Strategies to Promote Entrepreneurial Skill Development in both Public and Private Secondary Schools in Nigeria International Journal of Academic Researchers. 1 (1) Awka.
614

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Okon, M. O., Bassey, P. U. and Tawo,R. E. (2005). Capacity development of second chance learners through vocational guidance. Journal of the World Council of Curriculum and Instruction (WCCI), 5 (2)., 60-69
615

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Egaga, P. I., Bassey, P. U. and Ubi, I. O. (2015). A Cross Disciplinary Assessment of Job Performance among Teachers of Secondary Schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal, Global Journal of Human Social Science: G - Linguistic and Education, 15 (11)., 45-49
616

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Egaga, P. I., Ubi, I. O. and Bassey, P. U. (2015). An Impact Assessment of Academic Disciplines on Secondary School Teachers’ Disposition to Affective characteristics in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal, Global Journal of Human Social Science: A - Arts and Humanities – Psychology, 15 (10)., 37-41
617

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Bassey, P. U. and Omori, A. E. (2015). Values Orientation, Needs Satisfaction and Job performance of Public Servants in the Cross River State of Nigeria. Organizational cultures. An International Journal, 14 (3 and4)., 21-32
618

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Ofem, M., Omori, A. E. and Bassey, P. U. (2015). Parental Alcoholism and the Psycho-Social Disposition of Secondary School Students in Southern Cross River State, Nigeria. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social and Community Studies, 10 (1)., 25-31
619

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Ominyi, J. I. and Uko, E. S. (2015). The Plague of Terrorism in Nigeria: Implication for Qualitative Secondary Education Delivery in Borno State Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Basic and Live Long Learning 4 (3).
620

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Nnaji, E. S., Uko, E. S. and Arinze, N. I. (2015). Enhancing Professional Competence of newly employed lecturers through mentorship: A Focus on Universities in Cross River State – Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Arts and Social Sciences 8 (2) 212 – 221.
621

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E. S., Umosen, A. O. and Caleb, E. E. (2015). Administrators’ Resource Management Practices and Teachers’ Job Performance in Secondary Schools in Wat Education Zone of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. International Journal of Innovative Education Research. 3 (112) 13 - 20.
622

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E. S. and Nnaji, E. A. (2015). Managing Tertiary Institutions for the Promotion of Lifelong Learning in Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Educational Research.
623

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E. S., Uchendu, C. C. and Emeka, M. S. (2014). Social Work Environment and Productivity of Academic Staff of Universities in Anambra and Enugu States, Nigeria International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research. 6 (1) 13-21.
624

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E. S. (2014). Falling Standard of Education in Nigeria. Real or Imagined International Journal of Educational Administration and Planning and Research 6 (1) 52-69.
625

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E. S., Igbineweka, P. O. and Mbon, U. F. (2013). Repositioning Cross River State Junior Secondary School Leavers for National Security through Acquisition of Vocational Skills for Social Security. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning. 13 (1) 101-116.
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Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko,E. S.,Igbineweka, P. O. and Okoi,I. P.(2013). Knowledge Production and Application in Universities in Cross River State, Nigeria African Journal of Higher Education Studies and Development 3 (1) 39-43.
627

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko,E.S.,Edet, A.O.and Ekpoh U.(2013).Using Information and Communication Technology to Enhance Tertiary Institution Students Academic Performance for Sustainable Development in South South Zone of Nigeria.International Journal of Research in Basic and Life Long Education.3(142).95-101.
628

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Uche, R. D., Bassey, P. U. and Amalu, M. (2014). The effect of Dispersed Adult Children of Aging and Aged Parents. The International Journal of Aging and Society, 3 (4)., 1-10
629

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Bisong, N., Oden, S. and Bassey, P. U. (2013). Socio-Cultural Climate of Learning and Pupils' Performance in Primary schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Technology and Inclusive Education (UTIE), 2 (1)., 105- 108
630

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Okon,J. E.,Edet, A. O. and Uko, E. S.(2010).School Management and Students’ Environmental Literacy. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning. 10 (2) 1-15.
631

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Edet, A. O., Okon, J. E. and Uko, E. S. (2010). An Assessment of Educational Administrators’ Empowerment towards Climate Change Management. Implications for Implementing Appropriate Management Strategies. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning. 10 (1) 29-42.
632

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Edet, A. O., Ukpoh, U. I. Uko, E. S. and Mbon, U. F. (2009). Policy Challenges in the Management of ICT Inventions and Development of Cross River University of Technology. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning 9 (1) 111-122.
633

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Okon, J. E., Asim, M. E., Uko, E. S. and Sule, M. A. (2009). Effective Techniques for Funding Organization and Management of School-Based Reforms in Nigerian Public Secondary Schools. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies. 16 (1). 219-227.
634

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Essien M. E., Uko, E. S., Edet, A. and Ekpiken W.(2008). Secondary School Enrollment, Gender Disparity and Academic Performance in Science Subjects in Secondary Schools in Nigeria. Implications for Sustainable Development. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning. 8 (2), 109-123.
635

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E. S.,Sule, M. A., and Okon, J. E.(2008).Educational Qualification of Secondary School Principals’ Demographic Variable in Choice of Conflict Resolution Options. Journal of Nigerian Association of Educational Administration and Planning. 8 (1) 287-297.
636

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E. S., Okon, J. E. (2008). Records Keeping, A Prerequisite to Universal Basic Education in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies 15 (1) 128-139.
637

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Okon,J.E.,Uko, E.S.(2008). Motivating the Universal Basic Education Teaches Towards Pedagogic Effectiveness.Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies. 15 (1) 77-86.
638

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Undie,J. A., Akpan, C. P. and Uko, E. S.(2007).Teachers Subject Placement and Institutional Effectiveness in Cross River State. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies. 14 (3) 248-256.
639

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E.S.(2002). Gender,Leadership Styles and Administrative Effectiveness of Principals in Cross River State. Global Journal of Educational Research 1 (2) 1-8.
640

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko,E. S. (2001). Effective Management of School Facilities in Nigerian Secondary Schools Education for Today, Journal Of Education, University of Calabar. 2 (1), 138-151.
641

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E.S.and Obeten, O.(2018) Management of Secondary School Principals from Poverty Reduction in Achievement of Sustainable Development Goal in Cross River State, Nigeria. American Journal of Educational Research.
642

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Ukpong, N.N.and Uko,E.S.(2017)Planning and Managing Continuous Assessment Examinations in Public Secondary Schools in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. European Journal of Business and Social Sciences (EJBSS) 6 (03): 39 – 46 Switzerland, United Kingdom.
643

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Oni,A. A.and Uko, E. S.(2016 Utilization of ICTs as Teaching Aids in Two Higher Education Institutions in Lagos.Makerere Journal of Higher Education 8(1) 1-10.ISSN 1816-6822.South Africa.
644

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Oni, A. A. and Uko, E. S. (2015). Universal Values in Higher Education in the Era of Globalization. Higher Education Research and Policy Network. South Africa.
645

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Osim, R.O.,Sule, M. A. and Uko, E.S.(2015).Building Leadership Succession Plan for Sustainable Development in Universities in Cross River State.Researchers International Network,Ghana.
646

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Edet, A. O., Ekpoh, U. I. and Uko, E. S. (2015). Transforming Nigerian Youth Leadership Capacities in Secondary Schools through Principals’ Managerial Role Effectiveness. World Journal of Education 5 (5) 77-81 Canada.
647

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E.S.,Igbineweka P. O. and Odigwe F. N.(2015). Promoting Peace Education for Behaviourial Changes in Public Secondary Schools in Calabar Council Area, Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Education and Practice 6 (23) 144-149. ISSN 2222-288.United States.
648

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E.S.,Umosen, A. O.and Caleb, E. E.(2015).Administrators’ Resource Management Practices and Teachers’ Job Performance in Secondary Schools in Eket Education Zone of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. International Journal of Innovative Education Research.
649

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E.S.(2015).Principalship and Effective Management of Facilities in Secondary Schools in Cross River State, Nigeria.International Journal of Academic Research and Reflection. Progressive Academic Publishing.3(1),64-76.ISSN 2309-0405.United Kingdom.
650

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E. S. and Ayuk, A. A.(2014).The Mabise that Maligns the attainment of Educational Goals by the African Child: The Nigerian Experience. International Journal of Education and Research. 2(7), 433-446. ISSN: 2201-6740.
651

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Ekpoh, U.I.,Edet, A.O.and Uko,E.S.(2014).Youth Leadership Skills Empowerment for National Transformation. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies.5(1),81-86. ISSN: 2141-6990. United Kingdom
652

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E.S., Ayuk, A. A.(2013) Selection in the University: A Case Study of University of Calabar Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies. 4(2), 246-25. ISSN: 2141-6990. United Kingdom
653

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Bassey, P. U. Ogodo, F., Omori, A. E., and Adamu, I. (2012). School Type and Affective Characteristics of Teachers in Private and Public Secondary Schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. The International Journal of Diversity in Education, 12 (3)., 53- 62
654

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E. S., Ayuk, A. A.(2013).The Ambiguity Surrounding Parents’Role on Sex Education of their Children:Nigerian Experience.
655

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Uko, E. S., Ayuk, A. A.(2013) Templates that Determine the Choice of Course Selection in the University: A Case Study of University of Calabar. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational
656

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Idaka, I. E., Egbona, A. and Bassey, P. U. (2011). Trainee teachers test anxiety and academic achievement in educational test and measurement in University of Calabar, Nigeria, American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities, 1 (2)., 174-185
657

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Ukwayi, J., Uko, E. S. and Udida, L. A. (2013). A Critical Analysis of Career Stress among Academic Staff of Tertiary Institutions in Cross River State. Journal of Educational and Social Research. 3(2), 15-21. ISSN 2240-0524. Italy
658

Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren, Tonia I: “Nigerian Women as Guinea-Pigs of Belief Systems: A Case Study of Elechi Amadi’s Novels” In Life, Women and Culture: Theological Reflections. Eds. ISBN: 978-31341-2-8. Rosemary Edet and Meg. A.Umeagudosu, M. U. A. Printers, Uyo,(1990), 43 – 47
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Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Ereh, C. E., Okon, J. E., Uko, E. S., and Umosen, A. O. (2012).Transformational Leadership Practice of Symbolizing Professional Practice/Values and Excellence in Management of Personnel. International Journal of Operations System
660

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Ereh, C. E., Okon, J. E., Uko, E. S. and Umosen, A. O. (2012). Building Vision, Goals and Excellence in the Management of Personnel by Secondary School Principals. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences. 2(4), 154-161.. ISSN 2222-6990.
661

Prof. Uko, Esther Samuel

Udida, L. A., Ebuara, V. O. and Uko E. S. (2010). Assessing Factors Inhibiting Management of Higher Education for Poverty Alleviation in Southern Nigeria. SPO Leczenstwoi “Rodzina” Society and Family 23 (2) Published by Faculty of Social Science, Stalowa, Wola. The John Paul 11. Catholic University of Lublin. 23(2), 23-32. ISSN 1734-6614.
662

Dr. Peter Unoh Bassey

Asim, E. A., Bassey, P. U. and Umoren G. U. (2007). A critical analysis of primary science teachers' traditional perception of intelligence. And the theory of multiple intelligence. The International Journal of Common Wealth Association of Science, Technology and Mathematics Education (CASTME), 27 (3)., 24-32
663

Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren, Tonia I: “The Nigerian Woman in the Emerging Nigerian Society Policy Thrust” In Language and Culture in NigeriaL A Festschrift for Okon Essien. Ed. Ndimele, University of Port Harcourt Embai Printing and Publishing Co.,Port Harcourt, ISBN: 978-2891-1, (2004),351 – 361
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Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren, Anthonia Iyang: ‘The Concubine’ by Elechi Amadi In Masterpieces of African Literature. ed. Ebele Eko Mace Books/Sunbird Africa Media Ltd. Production. Lagos,ISBN: 978.978.8033-21-9. 1,(2014), 239 – 243
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Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren, Anthonia Iyang: “Loking for Transwonderland: Travels in Nigeria by Noo Saro-wiwa”In Masterpieces of African Literature. Ed. Ebele Eko, Mace Books/Sunbird African Media Ltd Production,ISBN: 978:978.8033-21-9, Lagos.1, (2014),145 – 149
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Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren, Tonia I: “Women Education and Democracy Consolidation” In Education for Sustainable Democracy: The Nigerian Experience, Eds. Okon E. Uya, Daniel, Denya, John Emeh and James, Okoro,Calabar, (2004),359 – 366
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Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren, Tonia I: “The Quest for Effective Communication in Grassroots Governance”In Local Government Administration and Grassroots Democracy in Nigeria. Eds Okon Edet Uya and James Okoro, University of Calabar Press, Calabar,(2002),397 – 405
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Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren,Tonia I: Literature and Society: Social Order in the Novels of Elechi Amadi,Calabar: University of Calabar Press. ISBN:97936491-7-5 and 978-007-128-8, (2013),1 – 108
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Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren, Tonia I: Portrait of Womanhood in African Literary Tradition: Reflections on Elechi Amadi’s Works.Calabar:Clearlines Publication. ISBN: 9783649- 7 – 5 ,(2002),1- 180
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Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren, Tonia I. and Ishaya, Yusuf Tsonori: Psychoanalytical Theory in Literary Exploration Across the genres of Prose, Drama and Poetry In Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies (CAJOOLIS): An Interdisciplinary Journal of Faculty of Arts, University of Calabar, Calabar,ISBN: 1115 – 2087, Nigeria.19(1),(2015),144 -159
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Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren, Tonia I: “Conjugal Construct: The New Woman in Elechi Amadi’s Estrangement.” In Current in African Literature and the English Language (CALEL): Journal of the Annual International Conference on African Literature and the English Language (ICALEL),ISSN:1597 – 3611, Calabar, 5,(2008),105 – 111
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Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren,Tonia I: “Echoes of Life” In ANACROSS; Journal of the Association of Nigerian Authors,Cross River State,Chapter,Calabar,1(1),(2005),8 – 9
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Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren , Anthonia Inyang: “The African Woman in the Driving Seat: A Study of Ama Ata Aidoo’s Changes and The Girl who Can…” In Uyo online Journal of the Humanities (UOJH) ISSN: 2141 – 6931, 3,(2014)
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Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren,Tonia I: “Flora Nwapa: A Tribute in Verse” In International Journal of Linguistics and Communication. Maiden Edition.Calabar,(2004), 304 – 307
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Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren, Tonia I: “The Nigerian Home and the Universal Bhasic Education (UBE).” In International Journal of Research in Basic and Lifelong Education, Calabar, 1(1and2), (2002),239 – 243
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Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren,Tonia I: Africa Oral Tradition and The African literacy Renaissance: Ime Ikiddeh’s The Vulture’s Funeral”, In Journal of Nigerian English and Literature (JUNEL), Uyo.ISSN: 1595 – 5052, 4,(2003),119 -128
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Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren, Anthonia I.“Fostrerage System and the Fate of Nigerian Children in Liwhu Bertiang’s The Cradle on the Scales, In African Literature Association 42nd Annual Conference: “Justice and Human Dignity inAfrica and the African Diaspora”April 6-9, 2016, Marriot Marquis, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (Proceedings),(2016)
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Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren, Anthonia I: “Dialecticology:Nigerian Woman on the Literary Pages”In LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research. Beijing, China,10(4),(2011),75- 81
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Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren,Tonia and Acholonu, Rose: “Literature and Ethos of Public Space. Is there a Heaven’s Space for the Woman?” In Journal of the Oxford Round Table: Forum on Public Policy, 406 W Florida Aveue. Urbana, Illiinois, 6180,(2008)
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Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Inimbom James AKpan and Umoren, Anthonia I: “On the Documentation of Ibibio, Proverbs, - Riddles In DRUMSPEAK: International Journal of Research in the Humanities. Ghana. ISSN: 0855 9945, 4(2), (2011),180 – 202
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Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren, Anthonia I: “Wind from the West: Option for Female Individuality in Zaynab Alkali’s The Descendant In LWATI; A Journal of Contemporary Research,Beijing, China. ISSN 1831 – 2227,10(3),88– 92.
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Prof. Anthonia Inyang Umoren

Umoren,Tonia I: “The DIalogics of War and the Foregrounding of Misery in Elechi Amadi’s The Great Ponds” In Tropical Focus: The International Journal Series on Tropical Issues. Cameroon (Douala). ISSN: 1075- 2884.7(1), (2006),105 – 109
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Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, Lucy A. (2000), The Role of Parents in the Implementation of Universal Basic Education (UBE) Scheme in Nigeria. International Journal Research in Basic and Life Long Education. 1(1&1), 224-231.
684

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Bassey, U. U. and Udida, L. A. (2000).  Planning and Managing Educational Development in Cross River State, Nigeria. West Africa Journal of Educational Research. 3 (2), 177-181.
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Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Bassey, U. U. and Udida, L. A. (2001).  Staff Development Practices in Cross River State secondary School Education Sector.  International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy. 4 (1), 157-162.
686

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, Lucy Ambekeh (2001).  The Perception of Male and Female Students of Female Principals’ Leadership Role in Cross River Secondary Schools.  International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy. 4 (1), 119-124.
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Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Ibor, Simon Akpama and Udida, Lucy A. (2001).  Environmental Literacy: A Veritable tool for changing human attitudes to the environment.  West African Journal of Research and Development in Education (WAJRAD). 8 (2), 57-64.
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Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L. A. Akuegwu, B. A. and Ukwayi, J. k. (2004). Effectiveness of Private Nursery School Education in Calabar Municipality: The teacher factor.  The Paragon A Journal of National Association of Women Academics (NAWACS).  2, 16-23.
689

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Ebuara, V. O., Udida, L. A., & Akpaitam, O. A. (2006), Non-formal Education and the Transformation of Rural-Poverty in Nigeria; Nigerian Journal of Educational Philosophy. 2(2), 56-65.
690

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

C. N, Ozurumba, L. Udida, and V. O. Ebuara, (2006).  University as an Effective Instrument for National Development and Unity in Nigeria. Education for Today Journal of Faculty of Education; University of Calabar. 6 (1), 49-62.
691

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

B. A. Akuegwu, L. A, Udida and U. U. Bassey (2006), Attitude towards Quality Research among Lecturers in Universities in Cross River State Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning. 6 (1), 185-195.
692

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Ebuara, O. V, and Udida, L. A. (2007).  The relationship between teachers’ classroom management effectiveness and secondary school students’ academic achievement. Journal of Research in Curriculum and Teaching, Benue State University. 2 (1), 129-136.
693

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L. A, Ebuara, V. O, Ozurumba, C. N. & Ude Franca (2007), The Role of Technical and Vocational Education in the Employment of Nigerian Youth in the Era of Globalization Problems and Challenges.  Managing Technical and Vocational Education in the Era of Globalization. NAEAP, 13-19.
694

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Akuegwu, B. A, Udida, L. A, and Nwi-lle F. D. (2007).  Academic Staff Access to ICT and the Management of Skill-Oriented Education in Cross River State Universities. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning. 7 (1), 33-43.
695

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L. A., Udofia, I. U. and Ozurumba, C. N. (2008).  Using Information and Communications Technology to enhance Tertiary Institution Students Academic Productivity for sustainable Development in South-South Zone of Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning. 8(3), 235-244.
696

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Akuegwu, B. A., and Udida, L. A. (2008).  University Students’ Orientation Towards Entrepreneurial Studies and its Management: Implications for Sustainable Development. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning. 8 (1), 141 – 152.
697

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Adesoji Oni, and Lucy A. Udida (2009).  The Effects of Information Communication Technologies on the Moral Development of Adolescents in Nigeria Secondary Schools.  International Journal of Distance Education (IJODE). 4, 73-86.
698

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

L. A. Udida, V. O. Ebuara and Ozurumba, C. N. (2009).  Effects of Non-Participation in Decision-Making on the job satisfaction of Senior Administrative Staff of Cross-River University of Technology Calabar, Nigeria; African Journal of Educational Management. 12(2), 207 – 214.
699

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L. A. (2011).  Influence of Students Attitude towards the Teaching Profession and its Effect on their choice of Career in Obudu Local Government Area of Cross River State – Nigeria.  International Journal of Educational Administration Planning and Research. 4 (2), 1-11.
700

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

L. A. Udida and V. O. Ebuara & Ozurumba, C. N. (2011).  Socio-Educational Implications of Poverty Reduction and Democratic Experiment in Nigeria: A Critique.  African Journal of Educational Management A publication of the Department of Educational Management University of Ibadan. 14, (2),   99-108.
701

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida Lucy Ambekeh and Okpa Ovat Egbe (2012). Mentoring New Entrants into Academic Profession in Higher Institutions for National Transformation. Journal of Nigerian Association for Educational Administration and planning (NAEAP). 12 (3), 161-176.
702

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Oni, Adesoji A. and Udida, Lucy A. (2012).  Who Will Save Nigerian Universities?  A Survey of Students’ Perceptions of the Causes and Solutions to Cult Violence in Nigerian Universities; Ife Journal of Educational Leadership, Administration and Planning (IJELAP).1(1), 50-58.
703

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Okpa, Ovat E and Udida Lucy (2013). Utilization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and knowledge Creation among Academic Staff of Public Universities in Cross River State. African Journal of Higher Education Studies and Development (AJHESD). 1, 195 -205
704

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L.A, Okpa, O. E and Agim, D.O (2014). Utilization of Social Networking in Peace Education in Tertiary Institutions in Cross River State Nigeria, Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning 14 (2) 65-78.
705

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L.A. (2014). Monitoring and Evaluation as a tool for Effective School Administration. International Journal of Educational Administration Planning and Research, 6(1), 23-35.
706

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L.A., Okpa, O. E. and Agim, D. O. (2014). Security Personnel Management as Correlate of School Safety and Personal Security. International Journal of continuing education and development of studies (IJCEDS). Publishing by Department of Continuing Education and Development Studies, University of Calabar-Nigeria. 2(3), 199-208.
707

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Egaga, P. I. (1998). Constraints to Vocational and Technical Education in Nigeria. The Exceptional Child, 2(1), 58 - 60.
708

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Egaga, P. I., Bassey, P. U. & Ubi, I. O. (2015). An impact Assessment of academic disciplines on secondary school teachers' dispositions to affective characteristics in Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Human Social Science: A Arts & Humanities, 15(10), 36 - 41.
709

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Obi, F. B., Orim, S. O. & Egaga, P. I. (2015).  Assessment of Challenges Faced by Students with special Needs in Nigerian University. World congress on Special Needs Education (WCSNE-2014) Congress Proceedings infonanices society, 260 - 265.
710

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Dada, O. A. & Egaga, P. I. (2015). Enhancing Self Reliance through  Entrepreneurship Education for Persons with Special Needs. In Millennium Assessment of Disability Advocacy . Onyenwe, P. I. & Elemukan, I. S. (Eds). A publication of National Council for Exceptional Children, Pp. 282 - 291.
711

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Kalu, I. M., Egaga, P. I.; Olayi, J. E. & Ewa, J. A. (2010). Community Participation in Noise Control and Auditory Health. New Perspectives in Special Needs Education for Sustainable Development. (Ed.) by Theo Ajobiewe & Peter I  Osuorji. Glory-Land Publishing Company. Pp. 89 - 93.
712

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Egaga, P. I. & Aderibigbe, S. A. (2017). Vocational Education and promotion of Sustainable Employment Opportunities  for Persons with Special Needs in Nigeria. In Elemukan S. I & Ugo, A. E. (Eds): Sustainable Development for Millennium Accessibility for persons with Special needs in Nigeria. A publication of NCESC. Pp 38 - 44. 
713

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Egaga, P. I. & Uwe, E. A. (1997). Stimulating the Neuromuscularly impaired child through Sports. Nigerian education research reporters Association, 2(7), 79 - 83.
714

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Egaga, P. I. & Uwe, E. A. (1997). Conquering Stuttering Behaviour in the Classroom. Classical Journal of research in education, 2(1), 24 - 28.
715

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Egaga, P. I. & Williams, O. 0. (1998). Coping with defective speech. Nigerian Journal of speech and hearing, 1(1), 14 - 16.
716

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Egaga, P. I. (2008). Inclusive education: The way forward. Journal of child care and special needs education in Nigeria, 1, 72 - 78.
717

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Dada, O. A. & Egaga, P. I. (2014). Implementation of EFA Goals for Learners with Special Needs Education in Nigeria: Challenges and Reforms. Journal of Faculty of Education: Education for Today, 10, 31 - 43.
718

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Egaga, P. I., Ewa, J. A. & Olayi, J. E. (2009). Application of Natural Method in Teaching English Language to Hearing Impaired Children in an Inclusive Classroom. The Journal of Advocacy and Rehabilitation in Special Education (JAREE), 7(1), 14 - 18.
719

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Olayi, J. E., Ewa, J. A. & Egaga, P. I. (2012). Postural Defects in Children with Visual Impairments in an Inclusive Environment. The Journal of Advocacy and Rehabilitation in Special Education (JARSE), 10(1), 48 - 51.
720

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Ikutal, A. & Egaga, P. I. (2013). Effects off Selected Teaching Method  on Senior Secondary School Students Achievement in Vocational and Technical Subjects. Education for today: Journal of Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, 9, 118 - 126.
721

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Egaga, P. I. & Orim Samuel O. (2015). Assessment of Teachers Competence a Challenge to Implementation of EFA for Children with Learning Disabilities in Calabar metropolis. The Journal of the National Association for Exceptional Children, 17(1), 103 - 113.
722

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Egaga, P. I. & Aderibigbe, S. A. (2007). Effects of Prenatal Attitudes on Social Adjustment of Children with Speech Disorders in an Inclusive Environment. The Journal of the national Association of Exceptional children, 1(2), 120 - 125.
723

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Egaga, P. I. & Dada, O. A. (2015).Efficacy of ICT in Enhancing Mathematics Creative Thinking (MCT) of Exceptional Children in Selected Primary Schools in Calabar, Nigeria. Intemational Journal of Humanitarian Social Sciences and Education(IJHSSE), 2(9), 1 - 7.
724

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Egaga, P. I. & Dada, O. A. (2014). Assessment of HIV/AIDS/STDs Awareness and  Risk Behaviour among people with special needs in Nigeria. International journal of research in basic and lifelong education, 4(2), 244 - 260.
725

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. and Abang O. Linguistics and Literary Forms: An interrelationship. In International Journal of Linguistics and Communication. 39(1), (2016),27-36
726

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. and Abang O. Amplifying the people's democratic party's( PDP) voice in 2015 presidential election in Nigeria: The case of African Independence Television (AIT). In West African Association for Common Wealth Literature and Language Studies. 3 (2),(2015), 41-54
727

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O.A.and Ido, I. Speech ideosyncracies in political communication the framework of sociolinguistics. In a sociolinguistic journal publication. 1 (3),(2015),12-21
728

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. and Obute, S. Mass communication, advertising and linguistics:The inter-relationships. Journal of Theology, Psychology and Social Works. 1 (1), (2007),130-135
729

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Ugot, M. and Offiong, O. A. Deictic categories in Agwagune. International Journal of Linguistics and Communication. 1 (2), (2007),14-24
730

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. and Obute, S.Tense, mood and aspect: A feature- geometric approach. Calabar Studies in Languages, (CASIL).13 (1), (2006),30-46
731

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. Language interference: A case of Efik-English bilinguals. West African Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Study Journal, WAACLALS. 2 (1),(2005),37-53
732

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Egaga, P. I., Bassey, P. U. & Ubi, I. O. (2015). A cross disciplinary assessment of job performance among teachers of secondary schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Human Social Science: G Linguistics & Education, 15(10), 45 - 49.
733

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. Languages in contact: The case of Efik and English. Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies, (CAJOLIS). 8 (1),(2005),123-138
734

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. On Efik affixes. Nduonde: Calabar Journal of Humanities. 6 (1),(2005), 8-21
735

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. On Efik affixes. Nduonde: Calabar Journal of Humanities. 6 (1),(2005), 8-21
736

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Egaga, P. I. & Aderibigbe, S. A. (2015). Influence of socio-economic background on social adjustment development of adolescents with hearing impairment in Oyo state. Global Journal of Human Social Science: G Linguistics & Education, 15(10), 31 - 33.
737

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Mensah, E and Offiong, O. A. On Efik nouns.Global Journal of Humanities. 3 (1and2),(2004), 33-38.
738

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Egaga, P. I. (2017). Remediating Stuttering behavior a panacea to Lifelong learning for Children with defective speech. International journal of advanced scientific research, 2(4), 19 - 22.
739

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Egaga, P. I., Ugbong, R. U. & Bassey, P. U. (2017). Administrators and Teachers’ perceptions Predictors of Successful Implementation of Inclusive education for students with learning disabilities in Cross River State, Nigeria EPRA. International journal of multidisciplinary research (IJMR), 3(7), 64 - 69.
740

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. Concept of bilingualism and cognitive functioning in Efik English speakers. International Journal of Linguistics and Communication. 1 (1), (2004),215-224.
741

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. and Mensah, E. Grammaticalization of time reference in Efik. Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies, (CAJOLIS). 6 (1),(2003),205-222.
742

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Egaga, P. I. (2018). Application of Preplanning of Motor Movement and Change of Psychology State in the Management of Stuttering Behaviour Among Adolescents. International Journal of research and scientific innovation (IJRSI), 5(4), 53 - 56.
743

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Egaga, P. I., Amodu, T. A. &  Dada, O. A. (2011). Effectiveness of Oral Motor Exercise on Speech Articulation and production of Children with Orofacial of Myofunction Disorder. International journal of research and scientific-innovation (IJRSI), 5(4), 49 - 52.
744

Dr. Patrick Ikani Egaga

Egaga, P. I., Amodu, T. A. &  Dada, O. A. (2011). Effectiveness of Oral Motor Exercise on Speech Articulation and production of Children with Orofacial of Myofunction Disorder. International journal of research and scicentific-innovation (IJRSI), 5(4), 49 - 52.
745

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Mensah, E. and Offiong,O.A. A sociolinguistics profile of Calabar urban. Ndunde: Calabar Journal of Humanities. 4 (1),(2003),24-35.
746

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O.A. Drama as a means of social change: A case study of the plays of Tunde Fatunde. Focus on Theatre. 3 (2),(2002)185-196.
747

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. Sociolinguistics realities:The existence of Nigeria English. Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies,(CAJOLIS). 5 (2), (2002),29-44.
748

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. Aspects of linguistics analysis of Pierre Meunier’s plays: Barriers,Chinyelu and The Praise Singers. ASE. Calabar Journal of Contemporary Nigerian Life and Literature. 3 (2),(1995),169-179
749

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. A linguistics approach to the reading of Clark’s poetry. ASE.Calabar Journal of Contemporary Poetry. 1 (1),(1991),40-47
750

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. and Ansa, S. The Efik Language: A Historical Profile. Research on humanities and social sciences. 3 (21),(2013),23-31
751

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. and Okon B. A. Of Efik and English: Code Mixing.Theories and practice in language studies. 3 (5),(2013),729-35
752

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. and Okon, B. A.Code switching as a countenance of language interference: the case of the Efik bilingual. International Journal of Asian Social Science. 3 (4),(2013),899-912
753

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Ugot, M., Offiong, O. A.and Oyo, O. E. Nigerian Pidgin Variations in the Ikom-Ogoja Axis of Cross River State, Nigeria. International journal of applied linguistics and English literature. 2 (2),(2013),223-231
754

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Ugot, M. and Offiong, O. A. Language and communication in the Pentecostal church of Nigeria: The Calabar axis.Theories and practice in language studies. 3 (1),(2013),148-154
755

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. and Ugot, M. Minority language Maintenance:The Case of the Efik Language in South Eastern Nigeria.Theories and practice in language studies. 2 (12),(2012),2491-2499.
756

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. and Ugot, M. Minority language Maintenance: The Case of the Efik Language in South Eastern Nigeria. Research on humanities and social sciences, 2 (7),(2012), 80-90
757

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. and Mensah, E. O. Language choice and family language policy in inter-ethnic marriages in South-Eastern Nigeria. Studies in Literature and language, 4(2),(2012),107-114
758

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong,O. A. Efik morphological processes. Lwati: A Journal of Contemporary Research.8 (4),(2011),86-98
759

Prof. Offiong Ani Offiong

Offiong, O. A. Language study: Deprivation and development of indigenous languages: An evaluation of Cross River State, Nigeria. Lwati: A Journal of Contemporary Research. 6 (2),(2009),107-115
760

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Idika, D. O. and Joshua, M. T. (2005). Psycho-social variables as predictors of cheating tendency among students in Calabar Education zone. Global Journal of Educational Research, 4 (1and2), 33-37
761

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Asim, A. and Idika, D. (2011) Undergraduate students’ concerns about the use of Computer Assisted Assessment. (CAA) in a Nigerian University. Proceedings of International Conference on Educational and New learning Technologies (EDULEARN11), 4-6
762

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Idaka, I. E., Idika, D. O., and Egbona, A. E. (2011). An analytic model of psycho-social variables as determinants of cheating tendency among secondary school students. African Journal of Education and Technology. 1 (2)., 62-69
763

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Idika, D. O., Ovat, S.V., Achigbe, M., and Odumo, B.O. (2015). Repositioning teacher education: Strategy for equipping the Nigerian child with skills and competencies to succeed in the competitive global community. Annals of Modern Education, 7(1).,66-79
764

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Idika, D. O. and Eke, V. U. (2017). Assessment of teachers’ knowledge and application of differential assessment techniques in all inclusive classroom in Universities in South – South zone, Nigeria. Global Journal of Educational Research, 16, 1 – 8
765

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Essien, C. B., Ukofia, I. E., Bassey, B. A. and Idika, D. O. (2017). Bridging the gap in the current global initiative in validation process in psychometrics: Nigerian perspective. International Journal of Scientific Research in Education, 10 (1)., 1 – 11
766

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Ofem, U. J., Idika, D. O. and Ovat, S. V. (2017). Effect of diagnostic and feedback assessment approaches in enhancing achievement in mathematics among secondary school students in Calabar municipality. International Journal of Scientific Research in Education, 10 (2)., 221 – 227
767

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Dada, O. A., Idika, D.O., and Ojo, M.K. (2017). Employability skills and perceived societal insecurity by undergraduate students with disability. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 7 (11)., 1-12
768

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Idika, D.O., Shogbesan, Y. O., and Ogunsakin, I. E. (2016). Effect of test item compromise and test item practice on the validity of economics achievement test scores among secondary school students in Cross River State, Nigeria. African Journal Theory and Practice of Educational Assessment (AJTPEA). 3, 39 – 50
769

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Idika, D. O., Ayang, E. E., and Joshua, M. T. (2007). Jamb and Post – UTME Screening: The Challenges of the 21st Century (A Positional Paper). Nigerian Journal of Teacher Education and Teaching. 3 (1)., 22-30
770

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Idika, D. O., Offong, M. E., and Uchegbue, H. O. (2010). Reconstructing Educational Research in Tertiary Institutions: Strategy for sustainable Development in the third world. The International Researcher, 1 (5)., 194-205
771

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Idika, D. O., Oyong, S. B., Asor, L. J., and Kebbi, J. A. (2012). E-Learning in Global Education: Challenges and Prospects International Journal of Educational Research and Development, 4 (1)., 226-230
772

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Idika, D., Idaka, I., and Ukpor, C. (2012). Assessment of Availability and Utilization of Information Technology (IT) for Effective Teaching of Science in Secondary Schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Teacher Perspective, 6 (1)., 63-74
773

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Ukpor, C. O., Umoinyang, I. E., and Idika, D. O. (2012). Teachers’ experience and willingness to be evaluated for accountability in achieving the millennium development goal in Cross River State. Journal of Resourcefulness and Distinction 1 (1)., 1-9
774

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Idika, D. O., Akubuiro, I. M., and Umobong, E. M. (2012) Blended cooperative/technology interactive strategy with conventional lecture technique and its impacts on students’ learning outcomes in organic chemistry. Knowledge Review, 26 (2)., 27-35
775

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Umobong, M. E., Akubuiro, I. M., and Idika, D. O. (2012). Parents’ perception of overschooling at the pre/primary education level. University of Uyo Journal of Education. 5 (1)., 59-70
776

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Idika, D. O. (2015). Parents’ Concerns about the Use of Computer – Based Testing (CBT) for UTME in Cross River State. Nigerian Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation, 14 (3)., 159 – 170
777

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Uyanah, D. A., and Idika, D. O. (2015). Comparative Study of Test Score Processing Systems in a University Setting. Education for Today, 11, 153 – 160
778

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Eke, V. U. and Idika, D. O. (2015). Inhibiting variables and distance learning programmes for persons with special needs in south eastern Nigeria. GOUNI Journal of Management and Social Sciences, 3 (1), 11 – 18
779

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Nwogwugwu, C. E., Ovat, S. V. and Idika, D. O. (2016). Computer-based test entrance examination evidence from post-UTME candidates in south east Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation, 15 (1)
780

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Idika, D. O. and Ovat, S. V. (2017) Reformation of educational assessment in Nigeria: A panacea for achieving sustainable development goals (SDGs). Education for Today, 13 (2)., 168 – 179
781

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Okri, J. A. and Idika, D. O. (2017) Relative effectiveness of differentiated strategy on mathematics achievement of senior secondary school students (SSII) in Calabar education zone: A means of achieving SDGs in Nigeria. Education for Today, 13(2)., 253 – 259
782

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Idika, D. O., Joshua, M. T. and Umoinyang, I. E. (2017) Assessment of research skills among academic staff in public universities in Akwa Ibom and Cross River States, Nigeria. NigerianJournal of Educational Research and Evaluation, 16 (2)., 119 – 135
783

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Idika, D. O. and Orji, E. I. (2017). Blended learning pedagogy for inclusive classroom design in Nigeria primary schools. Journal of Evaluation, 2(1).,132 – 142
784

Dr. Delight Omoji Idika

Idika, D. O., Otu, B. D. and Okeke, S. U. (2017). Entrepreneurship education and reduction of unemployment among youths in Calabar Metropolis, Cross River State, Nigeria. 1 World Environment Journal, 1 (1), 179 -190
785

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Derogatory Descriptions of African Traditional Religion”, African Social Science Review. 4.1, (2017), 62-75
786

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Lucien Levy-Bruhl and Primitive Mentality”, African Social Science Review. 4.1, (2017), 21-36
787

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “The Fusion of Ancient Greek Philosophy into Early Christian Thought”, Archive for Theology and Biblical Studies, 5.2, (2016), 25-43.
788

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Attitude of Early Christianity to Paganism”, Archive for Theology and Biblical Studies, 5.2, (2016), 1-17.
789

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “The Manipulation of Religion and Ethnicity for Political Ends in Nigeria”, African Social Science Review. 3.1, (2016),38-53
790

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Sharia and Constitutional Law of Religion in Nigeria”, African Social Science Review. 3.1, (2016),15-29
791

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Internationalization of African Traditional Religion: Strategies to Upgrade African Indigenous Religious Belief to a World Religion”, African Journal of Religion, Cultural and Society, 5.1, (2015), 24-33
792

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “AfricanTraditional Religion and Culture Defined”, African Journal of Religion, Cultural and Society, 5.1, (2015),1-15
793

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. and Ndubuisi K. Eke. “Sex Ethics in Eziafor Ohafia Community, Ohafia LGA, Abia State of Nigeria”, African Journal of Religion, Cultural and Society, 6.2, (2017), 57-78
794

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. and Olufemi T. Oyekan.”Infertility as a Socio-Cultural Problem among the Yoruba of Nigeria”, African Journal of Religion, Cultural and Society, 6.2, (2017), 26-46
795

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. and Gideon I. Emeng. “Traditional Marriage Ceremonies in Agbo/Imabana Communities of Cross River State, Nigeria” African Social Science Review. 2.2,(2015),30-45
796

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. and Samuel Ndianga “ Social Psychological Analysis of Leghi Caste System in Higgiland”, African Social Science Review. 2.2,(2015), 1-10
797

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. and Felicia S. Ejim. “ Afutang and Nndum: Ancestral Marital Fidelity Deities in Bekwarra, Cross River State of Nigeria”, African Social Science Review. 3.2, (2016), 25-35
798

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. and Emmanuel A. Manyo. “Religion, Law and Morality: The Inseparable Social Trinity”, African Social Science Review. 3.2, 2016, 1-14
799

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. and Basil K. Akpan. “Easter Commemoration in the Christian Tradition”, International Review of Religion, Education and Psychology, 8.1, (2017), 49-75
800

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. and Basil K. Akpan. “Early Christian Tradition on Education”, International Review of Religion, Education and Psychology, 8.1, (2017),19-38
801

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. and Rossetta Da Wariboko. “Religion, Cosmology and World-view of Kalabari People of Nigeria”, Humanities and Cultural Studies, 5.2, (2016), 68-92
802

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. and Matthew V. Chiangi. “Bantu Migration and the Tiv Myth of Crossing the River Congo: The Convergence of Cultural and Sacred History”, Humanities and Cultural Studies, 5.2, (2016), 36-52
803

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. and Gregory A. Onah. “Cosmology, World-View and the Social Order among the Yakurr People of Nigeria”. Humanities and Cultural Studies, 4.2, (2016), 72-80
804

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. and Gregory A. Onah. “Religion, Cosmology and World-View among Yala People of Nigeria”. Humanities and Cultural Studies,4(2), (2016), 36-53
805

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. and Utre E. Iwara. “The Socio-Ethical Significance of Yakurr Shrines”. Humanities and Cultural Studies, 4.1, (2015), 74-93
806

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. and Utre E. Iwara. “Ethnographic Study of Yakurr Society, Culture and Religion”. Humanities and Cultural Studies,4.1, (2015), 40-62
807

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “New Religious Movements and Africanization of Christianity”. African Journal of Religion, Cultural and Society,5.2, 2016, 26-36
808

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “New Religious Movements: Definition and Factors of Causation”. African Journal of Religion, Cultural and Society, 5.2, (2016), 13-20
809

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Sheikh Abubakar Gumi and Islamic Fundamentalism in Nigeria,1980-1992”. African Journal of Religion, Cultural and Society, 4.2, (2014),1-17
810

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. and Gregory A. Onah “Igbo Cosmology and Cultural History”. African Social Science Review. 2.1, (2015), 58-79
811

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. and Gregory A. Onah. “Witchcraft among Yakurr People of Nigeria”. African Social Science Review. 2.1, (2015),28-37,
812

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Theories of Love”. Review of Education and Human Development, 3.1, (2016), 44-56
813

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “The Power of Love”. Review of Education and Human Development , 3.1, (2016),17-31
814

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Psychophysiology of Love and Human Sexual Response”. Review of Education and Human Development, 2.2, (2016), 45-58
815

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “The Biochemistry and Neurobiology of Love”. Review of Education and Human Development, 2.2, (2016),18-35
816

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. and Emmanuel E. Sampson. “Kant’s Conception of Moral Freedom and the Prohibition of Homosexuality in Nigeria”.Archive for Psychopathology and Counseling-Psychotherapy ,3.1, (2016), 38-49
817

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. and Emmanuel E. Sampson. “Kantian Conception of Moral Philosophy”.Archive for Psychopathology and Counseling-Psychotherapy, 3.1, 2016, 11-29
818

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Christian Counseling and Family Psychotherapy on Divorce”. Archive for Psychopathology and Counseling-Psychotherapy, 2(2),(2016), 46-61
819

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Marriage as a Power Tussle”. Archive for sychopathology and Counseling-Psychotherapy , 2.2, (2016), 23-31,
820

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Human Rights in Islam”. International Review of Religion, Education and Psychology, 6.1, (2015), 64-75
821

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Human Rights Education and Democratic Citizenship in Africa”. International Review of Religion, Education and Psychology, 6.1, 2015, 30-50,
822

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “The Psychological Study of Religion”. International Review of Religion, Education and Psychology, 5.2, 2014, 23-31,
823

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Anatomy of Perfectionism, Rejection, Sadism and Human Destructiveness”. Review of Psychology and Social Problems, 3.2, 2016, 57-70
824

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Sigmund Freud on Female Sexuality”. Review of Psychology and Social Problems, 3.2, (2016), 23-39
825

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “The Convergence of Religion, Psychology and Psychotherapy in Africa”. Review of Psychology and Social Problems, 2.2, 2015, 37-59
826

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Religion, Spirituality and Psychological Health”. Review of Psychology and Social Problems, 2.2, (2015),1-19
827

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Religio-Occultic Roots of Jungian Analytical Psychology”. Review of Psychology and Social Problems, 2.1, (2015), 15-33
828

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Intimacy and Self-Disclosure in Interpersonal Relationship”. Review of Psychology and Social Problems, 3.1, 2015, 57-62
829

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Initiation and Deepening of Love Relationship: A Counseling Perspective”. Review of Psychology and Social Problems, 3.1, (2015), 35-47
830

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. and Gideon I. Emeng “Ethnographic Study of Agbo/Imabana Society, Culture and Religion.” Archive for Social and Behavioral Sciences, 5.1, (2015), 58-66
831

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Collective Bargaining and Negotiated Settlement of Industrial Conflict in Nigeria”. Archive for Social and Behavioral Sciences, 4.2,(2014), 60-70.
832

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Africanization of Christianity”. Archive for Theology and Biblical Studies, 5.1, (2016), 30-42
833

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Spirituality, Religion and Magnanimity”. Archive for Theology and Biblical Studies, 5.1, (2016), 9-24
834

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Death and Immortality in Christian Individual Eschatology”. Archive for Theology and Biblical Studies, 3.1, 2014, 10-19
835

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Human Right to Religious Freedom: An Overview”. African Pentecost: Journal of Theology, Psychology and Social Work,1(1), (2007), 67-82
836

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Ekpu-Oro: Studies in Oron Cosmology and Cultural History” African Journal of Religion, Cultural and Society, 1.1,(2006), 2-13
837

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Martin Luther and the Protestant Revolution: Lessons of History”. CAJOLIS: Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies, 12(1),(2009), 167-194.
838

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. "Martin Luther and the Protestant Revolution: The Lessons of History", CAJOLIS: Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies, 12.1, (2009), 167-194.
839

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. "The Sociological Theories of Religion”) CAJOLIS: Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies,14.2 (2010), 28-66.
840

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. “Causation of the Protestant Reformation", CASIL: Calabar Studies in Languages,15. 1, (2009), 50-85.
841

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. "The Sociological Imagination on Religion", CASIL: Calabar Studies in Languages,14. 1, (2008), 110 -138.
842

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. "The Concept of Jihad in Islam, Ndunode: Calabar Journal of the Humanities, 8. 1, (2009),15 -26.
843

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. "The Status of Woman in Islam" Ndunode: Calabar Journal of the Humanities, 8.1,(2009), 92 -108
844

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. "Islam and Religious Freedom in Nigeria", Ndunode: Calabar Journal of the Humanities, 6.2, (2005), 82-98.
845

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. "The Sources and Schools of Islamic Jurisprudence", SOPHIA: An African Journal of Philosophy, 12.1, (2009), 150-155.
846

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. "The Historicity and Circumstances of Birth of Jesus”, SOPHIA: An African Journal of Philosophy,13.1, (2010), 96-106.
847

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. "The Christian Concept of Marriage", SOPHIA: An African Journal of Philosophy,12. 2, (2010), 35-41.
848

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, Etim E. "The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: Legal and Philosophical Appraisal", SOPHIA: An African Journal of Philosophy, 7.2, (2005), 114-120.
849

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E.E. Hudud Punishments in Islamic Criminal Law.European Scientific Journal,10.17,(2014),227-238
850

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon,E. E. Karl Marx, Marxism and Christianity.Journal of Integrative Humanism, 2.1,(2012), 134-157
851

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. Islam, War and International Humanitarian Law.European Scientific Journal,10.17,(2014),100-115
852

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. Liberation Theology, Violence and the Struggle for Social Change. LUMINA. 24.1,(2013),1-12
853

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. Ecotheology, Land and Sustainable Development. Asia-Pacific Science and Culture Journal. 2.0,(2013),44–50
854

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. Christian Missions and Colonial Rule in Africa: Objective and Contemporary Analysis. European Scientific Journal,10.17, (2014),192-209
855

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. Critical Re-examination of Sociological Theories of Religion. Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2.2,(2013), 22-35
856

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. Kwame Nkrumah: The Fallen and Forgotten Hero of African Nationalism. European Scientific Journal, 10.17, (2014), 50-77
857

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. Jihad: Warfare and Territorial Expansion in Islam.Asian Social Science, 9.5,(2013);171-175
858

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. Legal and Socio-Ethical Issues in Punishment. Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization, 11.0,(2013),25-30
859

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. Religious Causation of War. American International Journal of Contemporary Research, USA. 3.2,(2013),71-78
860

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. The Status of Woman in Islam. IOSR: Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS), 10.2,(2013), 21-27
861

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. The Causation of Protestant Reformation: Lessons of History. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS),10.2,(2013),11-20
862

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. The Causation of Protestant Reformation: Lessons of History. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS),10.2,(2013),11-20
863

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. The Motive and Method of the Sociological Study of Religion. AJRSH: Asian Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities,3.5,(2013) 236-244
864

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. Karl Marx, Marxism and Religion.AJRSH: Asian Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities, India.3.5,(2013),74-83
865

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. Islamic Jurisprudence and the Primacy of Shariah. International Journal of Asian Social Science, Pakistan,3.1,2013),138-149,
866

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. Distortion of Facts in Western Ethnographic Study of African Religion, Culture and Society. International Journal of Asian Social Science,Pakistan. 3.1,(2013), 92-101
867

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. The Sources and Schools of Islamic Jurisprudence. American Journal of Social and Management Sciences, doi:10.5251/ajsms,(2012.3.3.93.98) ,106-111
868

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. Religion and Politics in Ancient Egypt. American Journal of Social and Management Sciences, doi:10.5251/ajsms,(2012.3.3.93.98), 93-98
869

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon,E.E. Religion, Culture and Communication. American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities,2.6,(2012),433-440
870

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. Akhenaton and Egyptian Origin of Hebrew Monotheism. American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities,2.6,(2012),418-427
871

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. Critical Reflections on Freudian Theory of Religion. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences,2.10,(2012),Pp.103-109
872

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. Archaeological Reflections on Ancient Egyptian Religion and Society.European Scientific Journal,8.26,(2012), Pp.107-117
873

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon,E.E. African World-view and the Challenge of itchcraft. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences,Vol.2, No.10, 2012, Pp.68-76
874

Dr. Etim E. Okon

Okon, E. E. Religion as Instrument of Socialization and Social Control.European Scientific Journal,8.26,(2012), Pp.136-142
875

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Amalu, Melvina N., (2018). Emotional intelligence as predictor of academic performance among secondary school students in Makurdi metropolis of Benue State. International Journal of Scientific Research in Education 11(1), 63-70.
876

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Kingsley B. Abang and Melvina N. Amalu, (2018). Need satisfaction, school type and indiscipline bebaviour among secondary school adolescents in Cross River State, Nigeria. CARD International Journal of Educational Research and Management Technology 3(1), 26-36.
877

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina N. Amalu, (2018). Cyber bullying and psychological well-being among undergraduates in University of Calabar, Nigeria, International Journal of Educational Benchmark (IJEB) 9 (2), 29-40
878

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Achi Ndifon and Melvina N. Amalu, (2017). Poverty: Psychological coping strategies for sustainable Education in Nigeria. In M. J. Joshua, P. N. Asuquo and J. S. Petters (Ed.) Education for career in 21st century (pp. 246-256) calabar; University of Calabar Press
879

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Oba Achi Ndifon and Melvina N. Amalu, (2017). School violence and academic achievement of SS II students in Calabar Metropolis. The Nigerian Educational Psychologists, (15) (1), 223-230.
880

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina N. Amalu, (2017). Parenting approaches and delinquency of secondary school adolescent in calabar education zone, Nigeria. Merit Research Journal of Education and Review 5(9), 100-105
881

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina N. Amalu, (2017). Cognitive test anxiety as a predictor of academic achievement among secondary school students in Makurdi Metropolis, Benue State. International Journal of Scientific Research in Education 10 (4), 362-372
882

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina N. Amalu, and Blessing A. Ntamu (2017). Emotional intelligence as a predictor of internet addiction among undergraduate students in university of calabar, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research (IJEAPR) 9 (1), 155-168.
883

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Ntamu, Blessing Agbo and Melvina N. Amalu, (2017). Stress and academic performance among in-school. Adolescents in Lagos State. International Journal of Education Administration, Planning and Research (IJEAPR) 9(10, 32-39
884

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Dr. (Mrs.) Maria Ngwu and Dr. (Mrs.) Melvina N. Amalu, (2017). Sexuality education: sexual behaviour among adolescents in secondary schools in Cross River State, Calabar counselor, 1(1), 199-208.
885

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Dr. (Mrs.) Maria Ngwu and Dr. (Mrs.) Melvina N. Amalu, (2017). Sexuality education: sexual behaviour among adolescents in secondary schools in Cross River State, Calabar counselor, 1(1), 199-208.
886

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Dr. Blessing Ntamu and Melvina N. Amalu, (2017). Gender, Environment and the level of perceived stress among secondary school students in Lagos. Calabar Counselor, 6 (1) 64-75.
887

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Amalu Melvina N., (2017). Impact of terrorism on the education of Victim in Nigeria:psychological interventions in M. T. Joshua, P. N. Asuquo and J. S. Petters (Eds) Education for Career in the 21st century, (pp. 174-182) Calabar, University of Calabar press.
888

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina N. Amalu, (2017).Family Environment and Self-esteem as predictors of psychological adjustment of secondary school students from divorced homes in Cross River State, Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Research and Methods in Education 7(6), 9-16.
889

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina N. Amalu and Kingsley B. Abang, (2016). Assessment of substance abuse among adolescents in Enugu State, Nigeria. International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies 3(1), 134-141
890

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina N. Amalu, (2016). Gender differences in attitude towards mathematics in Nigeria secondary schools SOPHIA: An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs 17 (1), 181-187
891

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina N. Amalu, Abuo Cyril B. and David Bassey E. (2016). Counseling services and sustenance of Universal Basic Education (UBE) programme in public secondary schools in Calabar Municipality in Cross River State. Journal of Educational and Social Research 6(10, 47-57
892

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina N. Amalu and Achi Ndifon, (2016). Age and mathematics anxiety of secondary school students in Enugu State Nigeria, Review of Education and Human Development 2 (2), 9-17.
893

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina N. Amalu and Kingsley B. Abang, (2016). School absenteeism among primary school pupils in Cross River State: Psychological implication for National Development. Global Journal of Educational Research 15, 49-56
894

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina N. Amalu, (2016). Motivating staff towards effective teaching in primary schools in Cross River State, Nigeria.
895

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina N. Amalu, (2015). Peer group pressure and career choice of secondary school students in Cross River State, Nigeria. Review of Psychology and Social Problems. 3(1), 21-27
896

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina N. Amalu, (2015). Educational level of parents and academic performance of students in Ogbadibo, Local Government Area of Benue State. International Journal of Education Administration, Planning and Research 7 (1), 131-137
897

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Rachael Uche, Peter Unoh Bassey and Melvina N. Amalu, (2014). The effects of dispersed adult children on aging and aged parents. International Journal of Aging and Society, 3 (4), 1-10
898

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

David Bassey Enya, Nanjwan, Josephine Dasel, and Melvina N. Amalu, (2014). Inclusive education and life skill special needs in Northern Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Education and Practice 5 (16) 126-129
899

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Amalu Melvina N. and Uche Rachael D. (2014). Stress arising from motivation and professional effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria. British Journal of Education 2(5), 73-84
900

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Rachael Uche and Melvina Amalu, (2014). Gender, years of teaching experience and teacher quality in secondary school in Bayelsa State, Nigeria International Journal of Research in Basic and Lifelong Education 4(1 and 2)217-228
901

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina Amalu and Theresa Okon, (2014). Perceived causes and effect of teacher violence against students in tertiary institutions in Anambra State University. Education for Today 10, 122-126
902

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Rachael D. Uche and Melvina N. Amalu, (2014).School dropout among males of secondary school-age in Anambra State, Nigeria. Education for Today. 10, 122-126
903

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina N. Amalu, (2014).Impact of workload induced stress on the professional effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Cross River State. Global Journal of Educational Research 13, 15-22.
904

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina N. Amalu, Kingsley B. Abang and Francisca N. Odigwe, (2013). Perception of school administration and professional effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria. Annal of Modern Education 5 (1), 40-48.
905

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina N. Amalu, Kingsley B. Abang and Francisca N. Odigwe, (2013). Perception of school administration and professional effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria. Annal of Modern Education 5 (1), 40-48.
906

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina N. Amalu, (2013).Impact of teachers’ perception of financial remuneration on professional effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research 10 (1), 15-21.
907

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Christiana Ihejiamaizu, Uchenna Ajake and Melvina Amalu, (2013). Influence of Reproductive Health Unit of Instruction on Undergraduate Students’ sexuality in South-South, Nigeria. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research 10(1), 167-185.
908

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Ajake Uchenna Egodi, Amalu Melvina N. and Ekpa Uwem Okon, (2013). Prevalence of child abuse among senior secondary school students in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Basic and Lifelong Education 3 (1 and 2), 9-16
909

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Amalu Melvina N., Ajake Uchenna E. and Isangedighi Abang J.(2012).Teachers’ perceptionof job environment and professional effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research 9 (2) 41-48.
910

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

M. N. Amalu, U. E. Ajake and C. C. Ihejiamaizu, (2012). Stress from role conflict: Consequences for professional effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Education Research 1 (1), 37-47
911

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Uchenna Egodi Ajake and Melvina Amalu (2011). Memory and Information Processing in A. J. Isangedighi (ed). Essentials of Learning pp 60-81 Calabar Eti-nwa Associates
912

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

M. N. Amalu and U. C. Amalu (2011). The situation and solutions of institutional and community-based rehabilitation for persons with mental and physical disability in sub-saharan Africa. Annals of Modern Education 3 (1),134-514
913

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Uchenna E. Ajake, Melvina Amalu and Usang E. Eloma,(2009).Child rearing styles and examination malpractices among senior secondary school students in Southern Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Higher Education Research (IJHER) 4(1),153-160.
914

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Umo, U. Akaninyene, M. N. Amalu and M. E. Offong (2007).Family size and depression: What every public servant should know. Ikogho: Multidisciplinary Journal 4(4),22-28.
915

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina N. Amalu, (2007). Job perception, occupational stress and professional effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria. An Unpublished Ph.D Thesis Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, Calabar.
916

Mrs. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Melvina N. Amalu, (2004). Marital stress and professional role performance effectiveness of women academic in tertiary institutions in Cross River State: An Unpublished M.Ed. Thesis, Faculty of Education, University of Calabar
917

Mrs. Oba Achi

Uchenna E. A., Isanghedighi A. J. and Achi N. O. (2014) Mentorship and Univeristy Lecturers professional growth: Implication for sustainable educational development in South-South Nigeria.58th Year Book of International Council on Education for Teaching p. 14-23
918

Mrs. Oba Achi

Uchenna, E. Ajake and Achi Ndifon Oba,(2017).Risk factors for moral decay among Nigerian youths: The role of the psychologist in curbing the menace. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research (IJEAPR) 9(2), 134-145).
919

Mrs. Oba Achi

Oba, A. N. and Ajake, U. E. (2014) The prevalence of indiscipline behaviour among primary school pupils in Calabar Education Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria: Psychological implications for development. Education for Today, 10(106-113).Dr. Melvina N. Amalu and Achi Ndifon,(2016). Age and mathematics anxiety of secondary school students in Enugu State. Review of Education and Human Development 2 (2), 9-17.Oba, Achi Ndifon and Melvina N. Amalu,(2017). School violence and academic achievement of SSS II students in Calabar Metropolis. The Nigerian Educational Psychologists vol. 15, (1) 223-229).
920

Mrs. Oba Achi

Oba, A. N. and Ajake, U. E. (2014) The prevalence of indiscipline behaviour among primary school pupils in Calabar Education Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria: Psychological implications for development. Education for Today, 10(106-113).Dr. Melvina N. Amalu and Achi Ndifon,(2016). Age and mathematics anxiety of secondary school students in Enugu State. Review of Education and Human Development 2 (2), 9-17.
921

Mrs. Oba Achi

Oba, A. N. and Ajake, U. E. (2014) The prevalence of indiscipline behaviour among primary school pupils in Calabar Education Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria: Psychological implications for development. Education for Today, 10(106-113).
922

Mrs. Oba Achi

Ajake, U. E., Oba, A. N. and Ekpo, T. E.(2014) Enriching higher education curriculum to meet the challenges of the 21stcentury in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Social Research 4 (30), 21-30.
923

Mrs. Oba Achi

Ajake, U. E., Ihejiamiazu, C. C. and Oba, A. N.(2014), Physical abuse and self-concept of senior secondary school students in Cross River
924

Mrs. Oba Achi

Oba, A. N., Ajake, U. E. and Obinda F.(2013) Leadership role and deviant behaviour among female secondary school students. American International Journal of Contemporary Research (AIJCR), Center for Promoting Ideas, USA, 3(8), 136-139.
925

Mr. Kimson Joseph Sunday

Neji, H. A., Neji, P. A. & Idiege, K. J. (2017). Teaching Electrovalency and Covalency using the 5 E’s Contructivist Model Strategies. In Peps Ibole, Margaret Ann C., Enedoh, Eunice T. Owoyemi, Ekene I. Igboegwu (Eds). STAN Chemistry Panel Series 13: Chemical Combination & Chemical Reaction. Onitsha: St Stephen’s Printing Press. Pp33 – 40. 
926

Mr. Kimson Joseph Sunday

Idiege, K. J., Neji, H. A. & Nja, C. O. (2017). Teaching Electronic Configuration of Elements Using Analogy: A Chemical Reactivity in Focus. In Peps Ibole, Margaret Ann C.Enedoh, Eunice T. Owoyemi, Ekene I. Igboegwu (Eds). STAN Chemistry Panel Series13: Chemical Combination & Chemical Reaction. Onitsha: St Stephen’s Printing Press. Pp71 – 77. 
927

Mr. Kimson Joseph Sunday

Olofu, M. A. & Idiege, K. J. S. (2017). The Role of Basic Science and Technology in the Advancement of Science, Technology and National Development. In A. E. O. Esu, I. M. Kalu and C.C.Chukwurah (Eds.). Issues in Education, Science and Technology.  Calabar: Stiffaith Prints & Supplies Co., Pp79 - 85. 
928

Mr. Kimson Joseph Sunday

Nja, C. O., Idiege, K. J. & Obi, J. O. (2017).  Effect of the Use of ICT on Chemistry Performance. Education for Today, 13(1), 148 - 153. 
929

Mr. Kimson Joseph Sunday

Idiege, K. J., Elenwoke, U. E. & Okore, S. E. (2017). Science Laboratory: Resource Tool for Quality Delivery of Secondary School Chemistry Concepts for Technology and Economic Development in Nigeria. Multidisciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives,   6(2), 125 - 139. 
930

Mr. Kimson Joseph Sunday

Idiege, K. J., Nja, C. O. & Ugwu, A. N. (2017).  Development of Science Process Skills among Nigerian Secondary School Science Students and Pupils: An Opinion. International Journal of Chemistry Education (IJCE), 1(2), 13 - 21.
931

Mr. Kimson Joseph Sunday

Nja, C. O., Idiege, K. J. & Obi, J. O. (2017). Effects of Mnemonic and teaching of Oxidation and Reduction Reactions to Secondary School Chemistry Students in Nigeria.  International Journal of Chemistry Education (IJCE), 2(2), 22 - 26. 
932

Mr. Kimson Joseph Sunday

Idiege, K. J., Elenwoke, U. E. & Okore, S. E. (2017). Evaluation Procedures for the Teaching and Learning of Chemistry (Science) in Nigerian Secondary Schools: A Conceptual Approach. Advances in Multidisciplinary and Scientific Research Journal, 3(2), 13 - 22. 
933

Mr. Kimson Joseph Sunday

Idiege, K. J. S., Nja, C. O. & Ugwu, A. N. (2017).  Enhancing Secondary School Chemistry Students’ Academic Achievement using K.W.L. instructional Strategy.  Advances in Multidisciplinary and Scientific Research Journal (AIMSJ), 3(1), 51 - 62.
934

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Bessong, F. E., Ojong F. E. & James, B. E. (2016).  The influence of secondary school mathematics on entrepreneurship development and job creation in Cross River State.  International Journal of Operational Research in Management, Social Sciences & Education. (ISSN) 2536-6521, 2 (1), 83 – 92.
935

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Ukwayi, J. K., Eja, I. E. & Ojong, F. E. (2012). The challenges and prospects of oil companies activities on communities in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. ISSN: 2249-460X, 12(11), 41 – 49.
936

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Ukwayi, J. K., Ojong, F. E., Austine, E. B. & Josephat, E. (2012). Impact of crime on sustainable tourism in Cross River State, Nigeria.  International Institute for Science, Technology & Education Accelerating Global Knowledge Creation and Sharing.  2(11), 35 - 44.
937

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Ukwayi, J. K., Eja, I. E. & Ojong, F. E. (2012)  An assessment of housing delivery in Nigeria federal mortgage bank scenario.  Canadian Social Science Journal. 8(8), 68 - 74.
938

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Eja, E. I., Ukwayi, J. K. & Ojong, F. E. (2012). Success factors determining Nigeria as a tourist destination.  Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies. 3 (4), 426 – 432.
939

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Ingwe, R., Ikeji, C. C. & Ojong, F. E. (2010) Neoliberal globalisation, financial and economic crises and sustainable development in Africa.  IUP Journal of Governance & Public Policy.  5(4), 31 - 62.
940

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Ukwayi, J. K., Ojong, F. E. & Austine, E. B. (2012). Socio-Economic impact of festivals on community development in Calabar, Nigeria. International Institute for Science, Technology & Education. 2 (8), 74 - 80.
941

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Iji, M. E., Ojong, F. E. & Angioha, P. U. (2018).  Microfinance credit programmes:  Implications on poverty reduction in southern senatorial district of Cross River State – Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Humanities And Social.  23(6), 38 – 45.
942

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Ingwe, R., Ojong, F. E., Ushie, E. M. & Mboto, W. A. (2009) Improving sustainable urban development through energy transition in Nigeria. IUP Journal of Governance & Public Policy. 4 (3 & 4), 28 - 47.
943

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Ukwayi, J. K., Ojong, F. E. & Bassey, E. A. (2017). Urbanization and crime in Nigeria: addressing key challenges of development administration.  International Journal of Advanced Research in Social Sciences, Environmental Studies & Technology.  3 (1), 107 - 118.
944

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Ojong, F. E., Bessong, F. E. & James, B. E. (2016). Manpower development strategies and the use of instructional media in the teaching of mathematics in Cross River State secondary schools.  Social Sciences Journal of Policy Review and Development Strategies. 2 (1), 83-90.
945

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Ojong, F. E., Bessong, F. E. & James, B. E. (2016). Managing tertiary education for sustainable development and economic security in Nigeria.  International Journal of Advanced Studies in Economics and Public Sector Management. 2(2), 59 - 68.
946

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Ojong, F. E. & Bassey, F. E. (2017). Corruption and infrastructure in Africa: challenges for integrated sustainable development strategies in humanities, Management and social sciences. 7(2306 – 9036), 103 - 111.
947

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Ojong, F. E. & Ukwayi, J. K. (2014). Assessing the determinants of drug use and abuse among gender in a residential neighborhoods of Calabar South local government area, Nigeria.  Academic Research International. 5(4), 473 - 480.
948

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Ojong, F. E. & Bassey, E. A. (2018). Agricultural promotion policy 2016-2020 and rural development in Nigeria: Challenges and prospects.  International Journal or Humanities and Social Sciences. 23(2), 24 - 29.
949

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Ojong, F. E. & Amuyou, A. (2018). Development projects and poverty reduction among the people of Obanliku, Cross River State, Nigeria.  International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Paper ID SSE07343, 2637 – 2650.
950

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Ojong, F. E. & Odere, F. E. (2018). Calabar cultural festival and the wellbeing of Efik people, Nigeria. International Journal of Social Science and Economic Research,  2742 - 2752.
951

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Ojong, F. E., Eja, I. E., Undelikwo, V. A. & Agbor, E. A. (2013).  Indigenous peoples’ perception of ecotourism in Cross River State, Nigeria.  Academic Research International, SAVAP International. 4(1), 275 – 281. 
952

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Ojong, F. E. (2008). Funeral rites of the Ejagham people in Cross River State: An appraisal of Akamkpa local government area.  Global Journal of Social Sciences. 7 (2), 79 – 84. Retrieved from http://www.ajol.info
953

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

Bassey, C. O and Ozumba, G. O. Political Science: An Introductory Reader Lagos: Concept Publications Ltd, (2013)
954

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

Ozumba, G. O. “Logic and Arguments in Natural Sciences” in Argument and Evidence: A Multi Disciplinary Approach Uyo: Iwela Ventures, (2015).
955

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

Ozumba, G. O. “Economic Diversification as A Necessary Means of Sustaining Delta Beyond Oil” in contemporary Journal of Arts and Sciences, 3.1,(forthcoming)
956

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

Ozumba, G. O. National Consciousness, value Re orientation and Identity: An Integrative Humanist Approach” in Contemporary Journal of Arts and Science. 1.2, (2015)
957

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

Ozumba, G. O. “Recapitulating pat Utomi’s Socio-Political Philosophy from the Integrativist Humanist Perspective” in Nigeria’s Political Economy and the courtship with poverty (eds) Michael Okon, Godfrey Ozumba, Victor Lukpata and S. Ijor. Calabar. Pumoh Publsihers,(2015)
958

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

Ozumba, G. O. “Analyzing Terrorism from the Integrative humanist perspective” in contemporary Journal of Inter-disciplinary studies 2.2, (2015)
959

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

Ozumba, G. O. “National consciousness, value Reorientation and Identity: An Integrative Humanist Approach” in Journal of Integrative Humanism March, 3.2,(2014)
960

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

Ozumba, G. O. “Ozumba’s Spiritocentric Humanism: A conceptual Critique – A Rejoinder” in Journal of Integrative Humanism3.1,(2013)
961

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

Ozumba, G. O. “Integrative Humanism: The Spirit of Contemporary philosophy” in Journal of Integrative Humanism. 2.1, (2012).
962

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

Ozumba, G. O. “Logic and Arguments in National Sciences: An Integrative Humanist Approach” 5.1,( 2015)
963

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

Ozumba, G. O. “Integrative Humanism and the metaphysics of spiritocentricism” in Journal of Integrative Humanism”4.1,(2014)
964

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

Ozumba, G. O. “Review of Cloths, Clothing and Dress codes” in Journal of Integrative Humanism 6.1,(2015)
965

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

Ozumba, G. O. “Party Politics in Nigerian: The Path to Evolutionary Filtering: 1999 to the Present in Journal of Integrative Humanism 6.1, (2015).
966

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G.O.,” The Church and the Problem of Leadership” in African Journal of Religion, Culture and Society. 1.1, (2006)
967

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G.O., “Philosophy, Language and Understanding” in African Journal of Religion, Culture and Society, 11.2,(2008)
968

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O. AND UDUIGWOMEN A. F. “Role of Education in a Developing Democracy” Divyadan: Journal of Philosophy and Education 20.2, (2009), pp241 – 254.
969

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Review of Mind Body Problem in Philosophy by Raymond N. Osei” Journal of Philosophy and Culture. 3.2(2006), pp151 – 176.
970

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Spiritocentric Humanism: A Paradigmatic method for theory and Praxis in contemporary Philosophizing Drumspeak: International Journal of Research in the Humanities. 2.1, (2009), pp.76
971

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G.O., Gender sensitivity in Igbo Culture: A Philosophical Appraisal 7.2, (2005).
972

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Kiergegaard’s Existentialism and its Relevant to the Nigerian Situation”. In Nigerian Journal of Research and Production. SUMMARY: In this paper, we tried to examine the whole gamut of Kierkegaard’s existentialism and its relevance to the Nigerian situation recurrent themes like existence, death, freedom, anguish, anxiety, absurdity.Meaninglessness of life subjectivity of the individual, etc. are discussed. 1.0,(2004), pp. 27-38.
973

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Political philosophy” attempt is made to show what the contents of political philosophy are. And to show its relationship to political science, Published in same as above, pp. 171-185.
974

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “The question of Objectivity and subjectivity in social inquiry” the paper tries to make a case that social science inquiry can be objective within certain consensual parameters as may be determined by the social science community. Published in same as above pp. 65-74.
975

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA G. O., “Ethics of Political Engineering political science: An Introductory Reader. Ed. Celestine Oyom Bassey and Godfrey O. Ozumba ,Calabar: Wusen Press.This work is an investigative and prescriptive study of ethical aberrations that characterize our political landscape and how to come out of the woods. (2007), pp. 43-55
976

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “The Concept of Relativism in Modern Science: Its philosophical understanding in history and Philosophy of science Ed. Princewill Alozie. Lagos: El Sapphire. SUMMARY: Here we examined the concept of Relativism from its various philosophical meanings to its application in science which culminated, in Enstein’s theories of relativity (special and General).(2006),pp. 349-375
977

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “African philosophic Heritage A Critical Analysis of the Igbo Traditional Epistemology”. A Colloquium on African Philosophy (Ed) G. O. Ozumba. Calabar: Pyramid Publishers. 1.0,(2003), pp. 17-30.
978

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “The spirit of contemporary African Philosophy”. A colloquium on African philosophy vol.1 (Ed) G. O. Ozumba. Calabar: pyramid publishers. SUMMARY:Our attempt here is argued that African philosophical legacy was stolen, instead we should concern ourselves with forging a universal spirit of brotherhood which should focus on solving universal human problems like poverty, violence, terrorism, break done of law and order, moral decadence, AIDS epidemic, international domination newcolonialism and imperialism. (2003), pp. 1-116.
979

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Value of Logic”. SUMMARY: This paper tackles the question of the importance of the place of logic in the philosophical enterprise. To do justice to the task of the paper we examined what logic is all about and when ahead to articulate what constitute the values of logic. Items 66-69 are in Asouzu, Philosophy and Logic Today. Calabar, Calabar University Press, 1.1,2001, pp. 439-444
980

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Philosophy After Aristotle” . SUMMARY: After Aristotle, the philosophical scene was dominated by a number of schools. Notable among these are the peripatetic, epicureans, the cynics, the stoics and the skeptics. This chapter examines and analyses each of these schools with an attempt to harness them philosophical imports. pp. 83-91
981

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Ancient Period of Philosophy”. SUMMARY: This paper is an incisive examination and presentation of the ancient period of Greek Philosophy. These include the lonian philosophers (Pre-Socrates), then Socrates, Plato, Aristotle. Pre-Socratic philosophy includes the atomist and the sophist. All these are treated therein. pp. 48-82.
982

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “What is Philosophy” in Philosophy and Logic Today. SUMMARY:As an introductory book, the idea here is to discuss the concept of philosophy of tracing the background and origin of the concept of philosophy. We rounded up by attempting a specification of some of the possible aims of philosophy. pp. 1-7
983

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., The key way of understanding Aristotle’s Metaphysics is by capturing his departure from Plato. While Plato is more abstract minded, Aristotle is more concrete. His views on change, potentiality and actuality, substance, universals, etc, are examined. Items are chapters in OZUMBA, G. O., (edited) The Great Philosophers 3.0, (2001),61-65
984

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “The Political Philosophy of Nnamdi Azikiwe”. SUMMARY: Nnamdi Azikiwe’s biography, his political thought, his involvement in politics and his role in achieving self-rule for Nigeria are highlighted. His political mistakes are also pointed out.
985

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Thomas Kuhn and the Rationality of Science”. SUMMARY: A fairly detailed conception of the rationality of science from Kuhn’s perspective is outlined. We examined his normal and revolutionary science, paradigm shifts, cumulative and non-cumulative episodes in science. The whole issue of incommensurability of theories is critically examined.
986

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “An Outline Reflection on Bertrand Russell’s Philosophical Positions”. SUMMARY: It is an attempt to cover in one fell swoop Russell’s views on epistemology, metaphysics, Religion, politics, language, etc. A critique is offered on his wide-ranging and occasionally changing views.
987

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Definition in Logic”. SUMMARY: The major definitions like Lexical, Nominal, Real, Extensional, intentional, Denotative, etc, are examined. * Items 60 is an additional chapter in Uduigwomen, A. F., and Ozumba, G. O. A Concise Introduction to Philosophy and Logic, Calabar, Centaur Publishers,(1996).
988

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Our Revulsions about Nigeria politics and the way forward”. SUMMARY: This is a philosophical disquisition on the causes of our national fallings. Poor leadership, mismanagement of resources, shamelessness are the root causes of our national malaise. This chapter advocated the enthronement of “Philosopher-kings”, that is, the intellectual, morally and politically qualified to steer the ship of our state. A politicalphilosophy of “Shamefulness” is advocated. Our future leaders must be those who are able to show in practical terms that they are ashamed of our present backwardness and are resolved to move our country forward. * Items 55-59 are in Ozumba, G. O., Felix Eteng, and Mike Okom, Nigeria: Citizenship Education, (edited), Aba, AAU Vitalis Book Company, (1999), pp. 347-351
989

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Nigerian: Vision, prospects for 2010 and Beyond”. SUMMARY: The attempt here is to carry out wide-spectrum observation of the progress made so far in the building of the Nigerian nation. We noted the areas of progress and retrogression and offered a comprehensive metaphysical framework for achieving a greater Nigeria in the year 2010. The pragmatic tools for this achievement are however highlighted. pp. 335-346.
990

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Nigerian Traditional Moral Values and Philosophy”. SUMMARY:The attempts here are to carryout a wide-spectrum observation of the progress made so far in the building of the Nigerian nation. We noted the areas of progress and retrogression and offered comprehensive metaphysical frameworks for achieving a greater Nigeria in the year 2010. The pragmatic tools this achievement are however highlighted. pp. 197-206
991

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Background to the making of Nigeria”. SUMMARY:In this chapter our attempt is to present a background account of the historical origins of Nigeria as nation state. We did show the transmutational process that led to the unification of various kingdoms,empires, nationalities, caliphates into a unified geographical entity. The essence is to enable us appreciate the pains of the birth of the Nigerian nation so as to engender a resolve in Nigerian to keep the entity united. pp. 93-99
992

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., AND FELIX ETENG, “Citizenship Education”. SUMMARY: Our argument here is that one cannot be said to be educated and knowledgeable wile exhibiting crass ignorance of the history,philosophy, sociology, politics, economics, value, and ideas of one’s culture. Most Nigerian citizens are indicted for being ignorant of what their duties and responsibilities are as Nigerian citizens. We defined what Citizenship Education is, and stressed the need for Citizenship Education for all our citizens in tertiary institutions. pp. 1-7.
993

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Rural Development in Nigeria: Alternative Strategies” . SUMMARY: Here, we considered various development strategies for rural development. They include, collectivization of Agriculture,intensification of supply of social amenities, increasing agricultural production, accelerate project implementation, rural animation,humanistic approach and the integrated rural development approach. The latter, which is a comprehensive and co-ordinated, is recommended if rural areas will experience balance development. Items 48-54 are Ozumba. G. O., (edited). Nigeria: Government and Politics, Aba, Vitalis Books, (1997),pp. 23-210
994

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Western Technology and its impact on Third World Countries” . SUMMARY: We argued that Western technology is inherently periphery-forming, and this necessitates the search for foreign markets. Through capital repatriation and economic domination, the periphery countries are completely dominated and economically emasculated. Third World Countries are therefore to be cautious in all economic links with the Western World to satisfy themselves of their mutual profitability. pp. 196-02
995

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Capital Accumulation and its intensification of the Contradiction of Capitalism”. SUMMARY: We analyzed the dynamics through which capital accumulation can lead to the intensification of the contradiction of capitalism. Capital accumulation leads to monopolization, alienation, lack of competition, falling standard of living, widening gap between the haves and have-nots, disatification and possible revolution. However, as we stressed, capitalism has its own internal reforming mechanism through which it moderates its inherent contradictions. pp. 147-151
996

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “The Status of International Law”. SUMMARY: In this chapter we offered the definition of international law and differentiated it from municipal law. We raised some questions with regards to the equitableness of international law. How do we ensure justice in the international arena? The problem of equal participation in international politics, resolution of conflicts between nations are raised. We identified that the United States of America is fast dominating the international decision process which is likely to result in high arbitrariness. Pp. 116-12
997

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “The concept of Democracy, Sovereignty and Separation of Powers in the Nigerian Government”. SUMMARY: We examined the concepts of “Democracy”, “Sovereignty” and “Separation of Powers” with a view to determining the extent of their applicability in the Nigerian governmental setting. A philosophical appraisal of the civilian and military show a gross misplacement of these concepts in the governance and political status of Nigeria. pp. 34-44
998

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “The concept of Social Mobilization and Political participation and their place in Political Development” . SUMMARY: The concepts of social mobilization and political participation are analyzed. We considered how they can lead to political development,the Nigerian polity is presented as insufficiently mobilized thus leading to low political participation and the consequent political under development. pp. 28-33
999

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “The Politics and Dynamics of Indirect Rule in Nigeria”. SUMMARY: This chapter presents a historical account of the politics and the dynamics of indirect rule in Nigeria. We pointed out that the colonial masters were more interested in guarding their economic interests in Nigeria than those in the colonized. Because of the politically critical and enlightened nature of the Southerners, indirect rule was characterized with problems while the more politically domicile North was more amenable to indirect rule. pp. 6-11
1000

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “A Reconstruction of Nkrumah’s Political Thoughts. SUMMARY: Nkrumah’s Philosophy of consciencism, human equality, communality and African freedom is examined. Nkrumah’s emotion-laden speeches and articles are examined. Items 41-47 are in OZUMBA, G. O., (edited) The Great Philosophers. 2.0, pp. 263- 278.
1001

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Henri Maurier and the idea of African Philosophy”. SUMMARY:Maurier’s critique of the spirit of African philosophy was revisited. We noted that these observations were right at the time he wrote. We argued that African Philosophy has today gone beyond his stipulations. pp. 233-244
1002

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Machievelli;s The Prince and the Science of Government”. SUMMARY: We examined Machiavelli’s motivations for writing The Prince, the content and the caution needed for positively benefiting from the reading of that master-piece. pp.84-105
1003

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Quine on two Dogmas of Empiricism”. SUMMARY: The two dogmas of Empiricism is the foundational pillar of Quine’s linguistic philosophy. We showed why this work of Quine is so fundamental in capturing where Quine is coming from and where he is heading to in his linguistic philosophy. pp. 67-82
1004

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “An outline of John Locke’s Epistemology and is views on innate principles”. SUMMARY: We x-rayed John Locke’s Epistemology and pointed out the major issues with which he is concerned about like the issue of simple and complex ideas, primary and secondary qualities, the idea of substance, etc. We also examined critically the grounds for his refutation of innate principles. pp. 49-66
1005

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “A Resume of Aquinas’ Philosophical Thought”. SUMMARY: We presented Aquinas as the medieval Aristotle and tried to show how he harmonized Aristotle’s view with those of theology. pp. 33-48
1006

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “The Man Plato and his Theory of forms”. SUMMARY: We have examined Plato’s theory of forms and have offered criticisms to his postulations. pp. 9-32
1007

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Aesthetics and Education in Nigeria”. SUMMARY: The terrain of the Nigerian educational system leaves much to be desired. This article addresses these problems arguing that only experts imbued with the Aesthetics sensibilities of beauty and ugliness, can readjust the contours of our educational system so as to desire the much needed directions. Items 37-40 are in Uduigwomen, A. F. (Edited) Philosophy and Education: An Introduction Text for Nigerian Undergraduates. Lagos, Obaroh and Ogbinaka, Publishers Limited. pp. 61-70
1008

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Analytic Philosophy of Education”.SUMMARY: We stressed that the analytic tradition had serious positive impact on Education. However, we argued that the neglect of speculative,prescriptive and synthesizing roles of education in favour of analytic perspective was to some measure injurious to education. pp. 121-130
1009

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Rights and Duties in Education: The Nigerian Case”. SUMMARY:The general malaise in the Nigerian education system has necessitated this work. Attention is drawn to the fact that citizens have a right to education while at the same time citizens and governments have the responsibility of providing education for her citizens. Theconsequences of “generational neglect” is however highlighted. pp. 276-284
1010

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Branches of Philosophy and Education”. SUMMARY: Our attempt here was merely to show how the branches of philosophy like epistemology, Metaphysics, ethics, social and political philosophy can provide input our understanding of the “holistic” nature of education. Education to be worthwhile must address issues of knowledge, society, values and existence. It is this light that philosophy is important to education. pp. 40-54
1011

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Modern Philosophy”. SUMMARY: Our focus here was that of tracing the early beginnings of the analysis trend in contemporary times. We began at the analytic revolt spear-headed by Bertrand Russell and G. E. Moore. We went beyond that to examine such developments as atomism and logical positivism and Wittgensteinian Language Philosophy. * Items 33-36 are chapters in Uduiguwomen, A. F. and Ozumba, G. O., Concise introduction to Philosophy and Logic. Calabar, Centaur Publishers Limited. (1996), pp.124-132.
1012

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Modern Philosophy”. SUMMARY:We showed that this period was dominated by two schools of empiricism and rationalism. We treated in summary form the philosophers of Francis Bacon, and for the rationalist Descartes,Spinoza and Leibniz; and for the empiricists John Locke, George Berkeley and David Hume. We capped it up with the synthetic work of Immanuel Kant. pp. 14-123
1013

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “The Fundamental Problems of Philosophy”. SUMMARY:The fundamental problems of philosophy are examined in his work. Metaphysical and epistemological problems like causality, being, Unity and Diversity, Permanence and change, Free will and determinism, substance, Universals, body-mind interaction, etc., are presented in a simple form. pp. 51-62
1014

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “ISMS of Philosophy”. SUMMARY: This is a work of explanation. Many students are baffled at the flood of “ISMS” that inundate philosophy. Our attempt is to examine and explain some of the “ISMS” in philosophy. pp. 38-49.
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Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “A Background to Human, Rationality and Methodology in Kuhnian Philosophy of Science”. pp. 147-163. SUMMARY: We traced Thomas Kuhn’s historicist methodology thereby highlighting his views on paradigm change, revolution, rationality and growth of science.* Items 28-32 are chapters in Ozumba, G. O. (edited) The Great Philosophers Vol. 1 Calabar, Centaur Publishers Ltd.,(1996), pp. 218.
1016

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., Mirroring Quine’s Theory of Ontological Relatively and its Consequences for epistemology.. SUMMARY:We considered Quine’s theory on Ontological relativity and came to the conclusion that though his postulation appears unanswerable, a little modification was needed to save it from the ring of over abstraction. We advocated the interplay of the linguistic and the physicalistic elements in determining Ontology. pp. 55-71
1017

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Another look at Berkeley’s Philosophy”. SUMMARY: George Berkeley is a philosopher that must be followed “Thinkingly”. We explored the reasons for his critique of Locke’s notion of abstraction. We pointed out that his mission ultimately was to prove the superiority of mind (spirits over matter).pp. 37-53.
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Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “A Bird’s Eye View of St. Augustine’s Philosophy”. SUMMARY: Here, attempt was made to recapture in summary from the major milestones of ST. Augustine’s philosophy. We examined his early skeptical position, his conversion, his Theology, Metaphysics, Ethics and Epistemology. This reveals the possibility of blending philosophy with theology. pp. 4-36
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Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Socratic problem and the Reconstruction of his Philosophy”. SUMMARY: The Socratic problem is the problem of isolating the original views of Socrates from those of his pupil Plato. We examined all the four sources of reconstructing his views Viz Plato, Aristotle, Xenophone and Aristophanes. We came to the conclusion that only an all inclusive approach will provide the full picture of his thought.pp. 10-23
1020

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., A Review of Kwasi Wiredu’s “How not to Compare African thought with Western thought”. SUMMARY: This work is an incisive analysis of Kwesi Wiredu’s Conceptualization of African Philosophy. For Wiredu, there is no basis for comparing African philosophy with Western Philosophy. We pointed out that the issue of companion is wrongly conceived. We can only compare Western traditional thought with African traditional thought. * Item 22-27 are chapters in Uduigwomen, A F. (edited). Footmarks on African Philosophy, Lagos; Obaroh and Ogbinaka Publishers Limited. ( 1995),pp. 126-135.
1021

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “African Ethics”. SUMMARY: We highlighted the footprints of African Ethics. We argued that African ethics is anthropocentric and is based on the principle of Ontological balance and utilitarianism. pp. 52-61
1022

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “A Recapitulation of Paulin Hountondji’s African Philosophy; Myth and Reality”. SUMMARY:This work is restatement of Hountondji’s position on African philosophy. On the one hand, we accepted the arguments of Hountondji but disagreed with the degree of emotional involvement which his approach betrays. On the other hand, we rejected his view that African philosophy is geographically based and at the same time culturally neutral. pp. 26-33
1023

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Methodology and African Philosophy” . SUMMARY: Here, we explored the different approaches and methods that are open to us in the doing of African philosophy. We identified four methods, the Freestylist, the Conceptualist, the analytic and the integrativist method. We however recommended the last as the best method since it takes into consideration the need for openness and eclecticism steeped in rational modification. pp. 17-25
1024

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “An Examination of Bodunrin’s Question of African Philosophy”. SUMMARY: What is done in this work is to highlight the major contribution of Bodunrin to the development of African philosophy especially during its early period of controversy. My attempt was to show that Bodunrin’s excogitations were not fair enough for a fledgeling discipline. The role of folklores and myths cannot be completely discountenanced in reconstructing African philosophy. pp.10-15.
1025

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Sovereignty and the Doctrine of the Separation of power” in Readings in Social and Political Philosophy. SUMMARY: Here an incisive analysis of the concepts of ‘Sovereignty’ and Separation’ of powers” is carried out. The thesis is that sovereignty can be hierarchically construed-namely divine, or God, absolute Monarch, Aristocracy and the Sovereignty of the masses. The argument here is that any system of government which lacks the principle of separation of powers is more prone to abuse of powers. 2.0,(1994) pp.122-138.
1026

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Human Soul: Mortal or Immortal” Knowledge Review. SUMMARY: In this paper we employed philosophical, logical, theoretical and religious arguments to show that human soul is immortal. It is an intellectual excursion into the positions of the existentialists, the traducianists and the creationists. We also looked at the views of the monists and the trichotomists. We reached the conclusion that the arguments presented by the immortalists are more tenable, prudential and reasonable. 6.1, (2003), pp. 14-20.
1027

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Philosophy of Education and Leadership in Nigeria “Sophia: An African Journal of Philosophy. SUMMARY: We stress that leadership still remains the bane of Nigeria. We explored the kind of leader that can provide the leadership needed for national greatness. Our contention is that a viable and sound philosophy of education is only useful if we have a leader who can implement it with sincerity and determination. 2.0,(2004), pp. 83-97.
1028

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “The Moral Perspective of Human Rights” CAJOLIS: Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies. SUMMARY: Here we examined the moral perspective of human rights. We differentiated between human rights and fundamental human rights. We also examined some of the philosophical bottlenecks that hinder the appropriate appreciation and promotion of human rights (fundamental or incidental). This essay frowns at the infringement and depreciation of human rights through man’s inhumanity to man. 6.1, (2003), pp. 224-249
1029

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O. “The Origin of Philosophy: Africa or European” Ndunode: Calabar Journal of the Humanities. SUMMARY: Our aim is to establish that the question of the origin of philosophy is a pseudo question which cannot be meaningfully asked. This is so because philosophy as theory of knowledge is a universal concept with no continental boundary. We should rather be concerned with what to contribute to world philosophy than wasting precious time on debates on the origin of philosophy. pp. 47-56.
1030

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Foundationalism Versus Anti- Foundationalism in African Epistemology” The Nigerian Academic Forum. SUMMARY:Here our attempt is to show that in African Epistemology Foundationalism and non-Foundationalism can mount the epistemic platform at the same time. Foundationalism and non-Foundationalism is therefore form a coherent continuum that underscores the picture and reality from the African epistemic point of view. 1.2, Nov.( 2001) pp. 83-86.
1031

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Whither African Epistemology” The Nigerian Academic Forum. SUMMARY:This paper shows that African Epistemology has transcended the initial skepticism which beclouded it. it shows that African epistemology has great potentials; it therefore remains for African philosophers to explore these potentials tapping from their western epistemological hindsight and African contemporary foresight to put in place an epistemology that is rich in structure and content. 3.1, (2002), pp. 26-33
1032

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida Lucy Ambekeh, Igbinweka, Paul Osa and Udo, David Ekpenyong (2015).  Repositioning Teachers for Quality Service Delivery in Public Secondary Schools in Calabar Municipality Cross River State.  Education for Today, Journal of Faculty of Education University of Calabar.11-15.
1033

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L.  A., Okpa, P. O. and Wonah, F. A. (2015). Staff Development opportunities and Teachers Effectiveness in Nurseries Schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration Planning and Research. 7(1), 283-292.
1034

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Okpa, O. E. Etor, C. R. and Udida, L. A. (2016). Alternative Funding through Academic Entrepreneurship infrastructure and University Sustainability in Cross River State, Nigeria, Nigeria Journal of Educational Administration and Planning. 16(1), 131 – 147
1035

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

U. U. Bassey, B. A. Akuegwu, L. A. Udida, C. C. Uchendu and Mrs M. Sule & E. E Emanghe (2006). Administrating Special Needs Students In Inclusive Education In Universities in Cross River State, Nigeria: Problems and Prospects; African Journal of Special Educational Needs. 4 (2), 220 – 230.
1036

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Bassey Usang, Akuegwu Basil, Udida Lucy and Franca, U. (2007). Academic Staff Research Productivity: A study of Universities in South-South Zone of Nigeria, Educational Research and Review. 2 (5), 103-108.
1037

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Ebuara, O. V, Ozurumba, C. N, Udida, L. A, and Eyo, Ekanem, Bassey Ekpo (2007).  The Impact of Workers and Students unrest on the Goal- Achievement of Tertiary   Institutions in the South-South Geo-Political Zone of Nigeria. LWATI: A journal of Contemporary Research. 4, 15-2.        
1038

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Usang Usang Bassey, Basil Akuegwu, Grace Umoren, William Ekpiken, Lucy Udida, Alex Egbona Kaleb Uche (2008). University administrators’ provision for entrepreneurial studies in Nigeria Implications for employment promotion; South-African Journal of Educational Leadership and Management. 1(1), 35-51.
1039

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L. A, Bassey, U. U., Udofia I. Udofia and Egbona, A. I. (2009). System Performance and Sustainability of Higher Education in Nigeria: 11th International Conference of Educational Management Association of South Africa (EMASA). 1– 17.
1040

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Ebuara, V. O., Udida, L. A., Ekpiken, W. and U. U. Bassey (2009). Re-inventing the Nigerian Universities Dream and the Challenges of Leadership: 11thInternational Conference of Educational Management Association of South Africa (EMASA). 1 -14
1041

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, Lucy Ambekeh, Ebuara, V. O and Ude Franca (2009). Influence of the role of Higher Education on Youth Preparation for Parenthood in the South-South Geo-political Zone of Nigeria, Journal of Education Review Serials Publication. 2 (3,) 437- 442.
1042

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Francis, M. Isichei, Adesoji A. Oni, and Lucy A. Udida,  (2010). Wprowadzenie do historycznych przyczyn aktywnosci sekt na kampusach (Introduction and Historical Foundation of Campus Cult). SEKTY JAKO ZAGROZENIE I WYZWANIE XXI WIEKU. 129-150.
1043

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Lucy, A. Udida, Victor, O. Ebuara and Esther, S. Uko (2010). Assessing Factors Inhabiting Management of Higher Education for Poverty Alleviation in Southern Nigeria. SPO leczenstwoi “Rodzina” Society and Family. Published by Faculty of Social Science Stalowa, Wola; The John Paul II.  Catholic University of Lublin, 23 (2), 23-32.      
1044

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, Lucy Ambekeh, Bassey, Usang Usang and Soji Oni (2010). University Physical Work Climate and Academic Staff Productivity in Southern and Eastern Nigeria.  The Oriental Anthropologist Abi – International Journal of the Science of Man. MD Publications. 10 (2), 169 – 181.
1045

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, Lucy Ambekeh & Umanah, Pius Cosmas (2010). Sustainability of University Education through Public/Private Partnership in Nigeria. International Journal of Administrative Studies & Research; Institut Universitaire Sonou D’ Afrique. 2 (1), 1-8.
1046

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Adesoji A. Oni, Udida Lucy Ambekeh & Iyabo I. Abe (2011). Television Violence as a Correlate of antisocial behavior among Nigerian Children, African Journal of Crime and Criminal Justice (AJCJ). 2 (1), 45-59.
1047

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida L. A. (2011). Impact of Global Financial Crisis on the Funding and Management of Inventions in Nigerian Universities. Journal of Education Review 4 (3), 429 – 433.
1048

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Oni, Adesoji Adeolu and Lucy A. Udida (2012). Principals Decision-Making Competence as Correlate of Crisis Management in South-West Nigeria Secondary Schools. Journal of Pedagogical Thought. Kampala International University College Dar es Salaam. 8. 93-102.
1049

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida Lucy Ambekeh (2013). Curriculum Review Evaluation on Entrepreneurial Education in Cross River State Higher Institutions; African Higher Education Review (AFER), 7, 20-28.
1050

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L. A., Bassey, U. U., Egbona, A. E. & Ekpenyong E. E.  (2013). Ethics and Research as Collaborative Strategies for Improved Quality in Higher Education in Nigeria; Journal of Educational Review 6 (2), 261 -266.
1051

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Ukwayi, Joseph K, Uko Esther S. & Udida L. A (2013). A critical Analysis of career Stress amongst academic staffs of tertiary institutions in Cross-River State. Journal of Educational and Social research. 3(2), 15-21.
1052

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Ekpenyong, E. Ekanem, Lucy A. Udida (2014), Staff Personnel Management Towards Technical and Vocational Education: Implications for University Graduate Employability in Cross River State, Nigeria.  European Journal of Training and Development Studies, 2 (1), 22 – 30.
1053

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L. A. (2014), students’ personal services and students’ Academic Institutions in Cross River. Journal of sociology and Education in Africa. 2 (1), 201 – 210.
1054

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Analytic and Synthetic Dimensions Of African Science” In Sophia: An African Journal of Philosophy. SUMMARY: In this work attempt is made to highlight the nature of African science and to show that it is rooted in the same method of observation, hypothesis, theory formulation and formulation of scientific laws. The contribution made here is by showing that there is a cultural dimension which differentiates African science from Western science though they share in the same traditional scientific methodology. 2.1, (2000)
1055

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “The Philosophy of Occultism and Spiritism” in Sophia: An African Journal of Philosophy. SUMMARY: This is an extensive philosophical evaluation of the Concepts of occultism and Spiritism. We have shown the deceitfulness and fruitlessness of such endeavours. 3.1, (2000)
1056

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Epistemology and the Science of Politics” In Sophia: An African Journal of Philosophy. SUMMARY: Our attempt here is to assess and critique the growth of knowledge in Political Science through the succession of Political theories. We argued that no one single theory can be an omnibus theory. All theories must be harnessed to effect growth of knowledge in Political Science. 2.2,(2000)
1057

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “The concept of Punishment and African Philosophy” in Unizik Journal of Arts and Humanities. SUMMARY: Our focus here is to show that the concept of punishment needs a more thorough-going explication because of the irreversibility of the pains and injustices which its improper dispensation can perpetrate. We advocated the merging of the African conception of punishment with the Christian conception in order to achieve a more humane and just social system. 1.1, (1999)
1058

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Hybrid Morality” in Sophia: An African Journal of Philosophy. SUMMARY: The attempt here is to subtly deprecate the contemporary pervasion of those aspects of our cultural morality in the bid to copy everything Western, Asian or American. Our argument is that, the current changes, assimilation and blending of Africa’s moral heritage with those of other cultures must be carried out with caution to avoid destroying our tested, and enviable pristine values 1.0,(1998)
1059

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “A Critique of Plato’s View of Knowledge as vision” in Kosimee: Journal of Religious Studies. SUMMARY: Here, we examined Plato’s view of knowledge as vision. Our main contention in this paper is to show that the moral which Plato’s visionary view of knowledge insinuates is out of joint with the praxical notions about knowledge. Our attempt here is to provide a more humanized way of handling the subject matter of knowledge. 1.2,(1997)
1060

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “The Dialectics of Gender Crisis” in The Nigerian Education Journal (NEJ), SUMMARY: This paper examines the philosophical, historical and sociological bearings of conflict or crisis in gender roles in our Traditional and Modern Societies. It presents possible strategies for proper management of conflict for harmonious living in the society. 1.2,(1997)
1061

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Orality and African Philosophy” in The Journal of Philosophy and Development. SUMMARY: This paper examines the concept of orality in connection with the idea of African philosophy. Specifically, it examines the place of oral sources in the construction of African philosophy. Our argument is that Oral tradition, despite its well known limitations, is still a manageable alternative for the preservation and transfer of thoughts from generation to generation. We advocate the following approaches in carrying out African philosophy namely, dialectical or conversational method, Archaeological method and finally, the synthetical method. 3.1and 2, (1997), pp. 72-81.
1062

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA G. O., “The Place of Epistemology in Philosophy”, The Journal of Metascience. SUMMARY: In this work, attempt is made to debunk the view that the collapse of foundationalist Epistemology leads to the collapse of epistemologically centred philosophy. It is a critique of Quine’s “naturalized epistemology” and the implications which Richard Rorty draws there- from, namely the demise of foundational epistemology and the need for a “successor – subject”. 1.0, (1993), pp. 22-25
1063

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O. “The Pathway to Rational Globalization through the Philosophy of Integrative Humanism.” In Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies (CAJOLIS), 20.1,(2018), pp: 1-11
1064

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O. “Integrative Metaphysics” in Ndunode Journal of the Arts and Humanities, 13.1, (2018)
1065

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O. “Economic Diversification as a viable option: The case of Delta State” in Contemporary Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies,6.5,(2016)
1066

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O. “Philosophy and Moral Development” in International Journal of Integrative Humanism. 8.1,(2017) PP:1-9
1067

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “The Mind-Body Problem” in Journal of Philosophy and culture. SUMMARY: This article is a book review of Prof. Osei’s “The Mind-Body Problem in philosophy: An Analysis of the Core Issues Pp. 225. Osei examined most of the theories that feature in Body-mind discourse. These include; dualism, monism, physicalism, realism, materialism, idealism, panpsychisim. The paper concludes by avowing that the true picture is dualism. Body and mind are two distinct and separate entities that are constitutive of the Human nature. Each does its functions and are related as part of the same organic being man, There may be some things which may not fully understand but the paper avers that the scriptures has a lost of insight on this.
1068

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., Integrative Humanism: A Spiritocentric approach to Philosophy” in Drumspeak: International Journal of Research in Humanities. SUMMARY: This article is concerned about examining the principles and method of Integrative Humanism the idea is to define some of the basic concepts and to indicate how this philosophy can be applied in area of research. Our aim is to show that if we must avoid the pit falls of postmodernism, we need a philosophy that will redirect the approach of doing philosophy in order to achieve maximum result. 2.2.
1069

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “Rights and Duties in Education” African Symposium: An African Educational Research Journal. SUMMARY: We examined the dynamics of right and duties in education, what roles should parents; State, Local and Federal Governments play in the education of their citizens? To what extent have these bodies been able to fulfill their educational obligations to their citizens? Issues and prospects are examined as to right and duties in education.
1070

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “A comparative Analysis of the concepts of Filial Piety in Chinese and Igbo (African) Philosophies”. Euro-Asian Journal of Applied Sciences. SUMMARY: We attempted a comparative analysis of the concept of filial piety in Chinese and Igbo philosophies. We discovered that Chinese philosophy has a lot in common with Igbo philosophy in their concept of brotherhood, filial piety, ancestor-worship, communication, ritualism, after life, etc. 2.1,(2005)
1071

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA, G. O., “The Role of Education in a Developing Democracy: The Nigeria case” The African Symposium: An African Educational Research Journal.SUMMARY: What is done in this paper is to show what Democracy is all about, why it is misunderstood, to show how it has fared in Nigeria and to examine the symbiotic link Democracy has with education. This will help us to better appreciate the relevance is education to the success and sustenance of Democracy in Nigeria.
1072

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA,G.O.,“A philosophic Ground work Towards a Feminist Consciousness in Nigeria” Euro-Asian Journal of Applied Science.SUMMARY:We tried to explore the proper articulation of feminist consciousness in Nigeria. We argue that there is need for greater enfranchisement and involvement of women in all the spheres of human endeavour.1.1,(2005)
1073

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA,G.O.,“African Traditional Metaphysics” Quodibet: Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy.SUMMARY:Our attempt in this paper is to reconstruct African tradition metaphysics.The main problematic has to do with whether we can in any meaningful and coherent manner talk about a traditional African metaphysics.We examined concepts like African personality,being substance, causality, immorality and witchcraft,etc.6.1,(2004)
1074

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA.G.O.,“Philosophy and Nigeria’s National Policy on Education:The African Symposium:An African Educational Research Journal.SUMMARY:The aim of this paper is a critical examination of the role of philosophy in redirecting and reinvigorating the Nigerian policy on Education.4.2,(2004)
1075

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA,G.O.,A philosophy hand book for beginners. Calabar:Pyramid Publishers,(2002) 61 pages. SUMMARY:This book is concerned with defining philosophy for the understanding of the beginning student. It also examines the place of philosophy in other disciplines. It shows the value and application of philosophy. It goes further to assure beginning students that contrary to public opinion, that philosophy indeed bakes bread by showing the different career opportunities that await a trained philosopher.It also has counsel to parents and employers of labour.
1076

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA,G.O.,Understanding the philosophy of W.V.O. Quine. Calabar:Samroi Publishers,(2002)259 pages.SUMMARY:This book encapsulates the entire view of W. V. O.Quine.It covers his view on ontological relatively, indeterminacy of translation two dogmas of empiricism, naturalized epistemology and the whole gamut of his linguistic philosophy,it also contains the implication of his philosophy for epistemology and a general critique of his entire epistemologicalcum- linguistic philosophy.
1077

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA,G.O.,Medical Ethics: Background and Contemporary Issues. Calabar: Pyramid Publishers,(2003)237 pages. SUMMARY:This book examines the background to the medical profession from the primeval times to the contemporary period.It examines other issues like Hippocratic Medicine,Ethical theoriesin medical practice, notion of lying in medical ethics, Doctor-patient Relationship, the principle of confidentiality, informed and uninformed consent,moral Responsibility in Medical ethics,Abortion, Personal identity,family planning,Allocation of scarce medical resources,Drug abuse,Cloning, etc.
1078

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA,G.O.,Introduction to Philosophy of Language, Ibadan,Hope Publications Ltd.(2004),148 pages. SUMMARY:This book concerned with presenting philosophy of language in its very simple and stimulating manner.It reviews very important themes like the meaning of philosophy of language,meaning and reference, naming,definite description.Theories of meaning, theories of reference speech Acts, picture theory of language,private language argument,Truth and meaning, identity and necessity, logical atomism,logical positivism,indeterminacy hypotheses,ordinary language ideal language,philosophy of language and postmodernism, etc.
1079

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA,G.O.,The Philosophy of Logical Positivism and the Growth of Science,Calabar,Pyramid Publishers,(2001). SUMMARY:This work examines three major methodologies of science,the positivist,instrumentalist(pragmatic) and the Realist,The attempt is to show that there is need for a complementary application of these methodologies to understand the growth of science.
1080

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA,G.O.,A Concise Introduction to Epistemology Calabar,Ebenezar Printing Press. (2001),186 pages. SUMMARY:This book examines the whole gamut of traditional Epistemology.It examines the different epistemological problems like Scepticism and proffers possible solutions to epistemological problems.It deals with the project of naturalizing epistemology and postmodern discourse in epistemology.There is also the dimension of prospecting for African Epistemology.
1081

Prof. Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba

OZUMBA,G.O.,A Course Text on Ethics,Lagos (Obaroh and Ogbinaka Publishers, (2001),149 pages. SUMMARY:It is a book that examines different ethical positions and ontemporary trends in Ethics.It covers traditional Ethics and an insight into African Ethics.
1082

Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

Emmanuel, B. E. & Ojong, F. E. (2008). Peace and Conflict Resolution as a foundation for National Development.  An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs, 11(1), 1 - 5.
1083

Dr. Nta Obono Okoi

Okoi Nta Obono, Anake PM (2018).Teenage Pregnancy and Early Child Care; Implication for Health Education /Counseling in Cross River State.(International Journal of Medical and Health Research 2018).
1084

Dr. Nta Obono Okoi

Adat PE,Okeke CM,AN and Okoi NO(2018);Body weight perception among adults attending a primary care clinic in South South Nigeria (Chronicle of Medicine and Surgery).
1085

Dr. Nta Obono Okoi

Etim John John, Okoi Nta Obono,Inag Grace Michael Asikong, Ruth Ekome,Ekpo Ekpo Iyamba (2018)Tackling, Food Insecurity using respondent’s views towards National Food Security; a call for stakeholders action in Teaching Research and Practice.(International Journal of Research).
1086

Dr. Nta Obono Okoi

Inaja,Anthonia E.,Anake Pauline M, Okoi Nta Obono(2017); parenting styles, adolescent Behavior and social Adjustment in Northern Cross River State, (International Journal of Research in Social Sciences).
1087

Dr. Nta Obono Okoi

Etim,John John,Okoi Nta Obono, Ndep Antor O.Ibiang Obeten Eno (2017); Work overload and work place stress on Hospital staff in Ugep Urban of Yakurr Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. (Journal of Health Medicine and Nursing vol.42).
1088

Dr. Nta Obono Okoi

Iyam Mary A.,Okoi Nta Obono,Arikpo Ikpi Abam (20170, Nutrition,Poverty and Women Empowerment.(International Journal of Food Science and Nutrition).
1089

Dr. Nta Obono Okoi

Iyam, Mary A.,Okoi Nta Obono, Rtim John J.(2017) Micro nutrient related diseases, an intervention based approach towards the attainment of sustainable development goal No. 3 (good health and well being); (International Journal of Advanced Scientific Research 2017,page 04-07).
1090

Dr. Nta Obono Okoi

Iyam,Mary A.,Okon Nta Obono, Okana (2017),a yakurr delicacy;it nutritional value and social implication (International Journal of Research and Development).
1091

Dr. Nta Obono Okoi

Atana Ewa,Aniefon Umana, Nta Okoi,Francis Akpan, Calistus Enyuma (2015). Tuberculosis in well nourished children in Calabar,Nigeria (Journal of Tuberculosis Research 3 59-61).
1092

Dr. Nta Obono Okoi

Udonwa NE and Okoi NO;(2015)The impact of Providers’ continuity of care on quality care of patient with Type 2 Diabetes mellitus(Journal of general practice 2013).
1093

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Egbe NO, Eduwem DU, Inyang SO, Inah GB. (2003): X – Ray Absorption by Sodium Chloride. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences 9(1):133 -137.
1094

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Egbe NO, Eduwem DU, Inyang SO, Olisemeke BF, Inah GB, Chiaghanam NO, &Ikamaise VC. (2003): Environmental Effects of Radiographic Developer Effluent. African Journal of Environmental Pollution Health 2 (1 & 2) 48 – 55.
1095

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Peters EJ, Essien OE, Immananagha KK, Inah GB, Philip – Ephraim EE, Agbulu RE. (2007): CD4 Count Levels and Pattern of Respiratory Complication in HIV Seropositive Patients in Calabar, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Physiological Sciences 22(1 – 2): 93 – 97.
1096

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Ikpeme IA, Udosen AN, Ikpeme AA, Inah GB, & Kalu QN, (2009): Early Outcome of Treatment of Chronic Osteomyelitis using the Improvised Irrigation and Drainage System for the Lauterbach procedure. International Journal of Tropical Surgery, 3 (3): 110 -115.
1097

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Edom AO, Inah GB, Egbe NO. (2009):  An Assessment of Image Quality of Radiographs in a Nigerian Teaching Hospital by Film Densitometry. Journal of Association of Radiographers in Nigeria. 23; 1 – 6.
1098

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Ndoma – Egba R, Inah GB, Oyo – IA, Etiuma AE. (2010): Prevalence of Gallstone Disease in South Eastern Nigeria. Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine. 10 (1): 54 – 58.
1099

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Eyong KI, Ekanem EE, Inah GB, Etuk IS, Inyang AW, Adams BE, Eyong ME. (2012): Enema Abuse by Mothers of Children Presented to the Emergency Roomat the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital. Nigerian Journal of Paediatrics 39(3): 115-117.
1100

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Egbe NO, Inah GB, Azogor WE, Chiaghanam NO, UkpongEV, Echemi SB, Nzotta C. (2012) A study of the Ergonomics of the Medical Imaging Scientist in South – South Nigeria. Journal of Association of Radiographers of Nigeria.26;8 – 17
1101

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Egbe NO, Eyong EA, Ekpo EU, Inah GB. (2012): A Reduction in Radiographic Exposure and image Quality in Film Screen Posterior – Anterior Chest Radiography. Nigerian Journal of Medicine, 21(1):21-14.
1102

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Inah GB, Kajogbola G A, Ndoma-Egba R. (2015): Diverticular Disease of the Colon in Calabar, Nigeria: A case report and review of the African literature. Nigeria Journal of Surgical Sciences 25(1) 2015.
1103

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Ikamaise VC, Osuagwu CN, Bassey EE, Egbe NO, Chiaganam NO, Eduwem DU, Inah GB, (2000): Assessment of Chest Radiographs for Quality Assurance and Radiation Protection. West African Journal of Radiology. 7(1).
1104

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

CRASH-2 trial collaborators+Ndoma – Egba R, Ngim, Inah GB. (UCTH). (2010):  Effects of Tranexamic Acid on Death, Vascular Occlusive Events, and Blood Transfusion in Trauma Patients with Significant Haemorrhage (Crash – 2): A Randomized Placebo – controlled Trial. The Lancet, doi:10:1016/5014 – 6736(10)60835 – 5.
1105

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Egbe NO, Inah GB,Azogor WE, Chiaghanam NO, Ikamaise VC. (2010): Good Radiographic Practice: The Nigerian Experience and the CEC Recommendations. European Journal of Radiography, doi: 10.1016/j.ejradi.2010.04.002.
1106

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Ebughe GA, Ekanem I, Omotoso AJ, Inyama M, Agan TU, Ibangha AN, Etiuma U., Inah GB. (2002):Malignancies in AIDS Patients: The Experience of a Tertiary Hospital in a High Prevalence Zone. Infectious Agents and Cancer, 7 (1): 17doi:10.1186/1750 – 9378 – 7 – SI – P.17.
1107

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Ebughe GA, Ekanem I, Omotoso AJ, Inyama M, Agan TU, Ibangha AN, Etiuma U., Inah GB. (2002):Malignancies in AIDS Patients: The Experience of a Tertiary Hospital in a High Prevalence Zone. Infectious Agents and Cancer, 7 (1): 17doi:10.1186/1750 – 9378 – 7 – SI – P.17.21.    Egb
1108

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Usang EU., Inah GB., Inyang AW. Ekabua AT. (2013): Intussusception in Children: Comparison between Ultrasound Diagnosis and Operation Findings in a Tropical Developing Country. African Journal of Paediatric Surgery. 10(2):89 – 90.
1109

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Bassey DE, Eduwem DU,Inah GB, Udoaka A, AkintomideAO. (2013): Work relatedMusculoskeletal Disorder Amongst Sonologist in Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical sciences. 10(2): 68 – 71.
1110

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Inah GB,Akintomide AO, Edim UU, Nzota C, Egbe NO. (2013): A Study of PelvicRadiograph Image Quality in Nigeria Teaching Hospital based on the Commission of European Communities (CEC) Criteria. The South African Radiographer. 51 (2)
1111

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Iso PO., Inah GB., Bassey DE., Ekanem EE. (2014): Comparative study of Radiological Findings in Pulmonary Tuberculosis and Paragonimiasis in Children in a Southern Nigeria fishing community. West African journal of Radiology. 21(1):17 – 20.
1112

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Ikpeme AA, Inah GB, Oku AO, Nnadi Mon. (2014): Computerized Tomography Findings in patients presenting with Head Injury in Calabar, Nigeria. Asian Journal of Medical Science, 5 (2): 29-35.
1113

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Ikpeme AA., Akintominde AO., Inah GB, Oku A. (2014): Breast Evaluation Findings in Calabar, Nigeria. Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences. http//dx.doi.org/10.3889/MJMS.1857-5773.2014.0444
1114

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Eyong KI, Philip-Ephraim EE, Inah GB, Ikobah JM, Ekanem EE, Asindi AA (2014): Cranial NervePalsies in Nigerian Children. Nigeria Journal of Paediatrics 41 (2): 133-135.
1115

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Usman BO, Ibinaiye PO, Abdulaziz U, Inah GB (2015): The Relationship between Infrarenal and Suprarenal Transverse Aortic Diameter on Ultrasound Among Adults in Zaria, Nigeria. Archives of International Surgery 5 (3): 137.
1116

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Ibrahim NZ, Chom ND, Hamidu AU, Atalabi MO, Inah GB, Tabari AM. (2016): Chest Radiographic Lateral Soft-Tissue Thickness Changes after Complete Anti-Tuberculosis Treatment in Adults. West African Journal of Radiology 23 (2), 72.
1117

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Egbe NO, Akintomide AO, Inah GB, Owolo E, (2016): Compliance of Radiation Dose and Image Quality in a Nigerian Teaching Hospital with the European Guidelines for Paediatric Screen-Film Chest Radiography. Iranian Journal of Medical Physics 13 (1), 17-24, 2016.
1118

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Bassey DE, Eduwem DU, Inah GB, Mabel EI, (2016): Prevalence of Uterine Fibroid among Adolescent School Girls in Calabar, Nigeria: IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences. 15(3): 74-75.
1119

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Ikpeme AA, Inah GB, Ekanem EE (2018): Ultrasonography in The Management of Sickle Cell Anaemia: Need for a Shift in Sub-Saharan Africa. European Journal of Pharmacy and Medical Research (EJPMR).  5(7), 2394-3211.
1120

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Inah GB, Ikpeme AA, Ekanem EE (2018): Rural Mobile Ultrasonography in Africa: Need, Prospects and Feasibility. International Journal 0f Medical Sciences and Innovative Research (IJMSIR). 3(3): 16 – 19.
1121

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Inah GB,Kajogbola GA, Ani NE. (2018): Computed Tomography Scan Findings in Children from a Tropical Region. Maced J Med Sci. 6 (4): 656-658
1122

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Inah GB., Ani NE. (2018) Gnathic Osteosarcoma in a 15-year-old male in Calabar, Nigeria. International Journal 0f Medical Sciences and Innovative Research (IJMSIR)
1123

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Inah GB., Ekanem EE. (2018)  Sonographic Diagnosis and Clinical Correlates of Gallbladder Stones in Patients with Sickle Cell Disease in Calabar, Nigeria.  Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences
1124

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Inah GB,Ekanem EE.  (2018)  Ultrasonographically Determined Autosplenectomy Rates in Nigeria and the Predictors. IOSR Journals
1125

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Inah GB., Ani NE., Kajogbola G. (2018)A Case of Achalasia Misdiagnosed as Uvulitis in a 41-year-old Woman. European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research (EJPMR)
1126

Dr. Grace Ben Inah

Inah GB., Ani NE. (2018) Huge Omental Cyst Masquerading as a Pancreatic Pseudocyst, Calabar, Nigeria.
1127

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Anthony G. B. and Essien, C. K. (2017). Curbing the menace of gully erosion in Calabar Metropolis: The Role of Environmental Adult Education. International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies. 4, (1).  
1128

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Ncharam, S. E. and C. K. Essien (2012). Adult Education Programmes as a Mobilization Factor for Improving Public Health in Nigeria. In Marcellus, U. Ojuah, Ewa Usang and Robert, B. Etor (Eds). Perspective in Education and Lifelong Learning: Calabar. University of Calabar Press. 158 – 169
1129

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Bisong, C. K. (2005). The Concept of Environment In P. N. Asuquo and M. T. Joshua, (Eds). Education and Environmental Change. Calabar: NIVS Publishers, 22-32.
1130

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Bisong, C. K. (2002). Appropriate Methods for Facilitating Environmental Adult Education in G. Umoren; U. N. Ntia; and  I. Biao (Eds). Readings in Adult Education. Calabar: Glad tidings Press Ltd, 263-270.
1131

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Bisong, C. K. (2002). Some Basic Concepts of Environmental Adult Education in G. Umoren; U. N Ntia; and I. Biao (Eds). Readings in Adult Education. Calabar: Glad Tidings Press Ltd, 257-262.
1132

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Anthony, G. B., Essien, C. K. and Ushie, G. B. (2016). Popular participation of Indigenous people in the preservation of the Forest Ecosystem. International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies. 3,(1).
1133

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Essien, C. K., Anthony, G. B. and Obi-Bessong, V. M. (2016). Traditional Media: A Significant Instrument in Propagating Environmental Adult Education information within the Rural Populace in Nigeria. International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies. 3, (1).
1134

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Ncharam, S. E and Bisong, C. K. (2007). Sustaining Environmental Sanitation through Adequate Waste Disposal Methods to Eradicate Land Pollution Menace in Calabar South Local Government Area of Cross River State. Science, Technology and Mathematics Education for Sustainable Development. Papers from STAN Annual Conference Sokoto August 19-25. 122-125
1135

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Akpama, S. I., Bisong, C. K. and Anthony, G. Bullem (2005). The Impact of Computer Training Programmes on Unemployment Reduction as Perceived by Computer Literate Young Adults in Calabar Municipality in Cross River State. Adult and Non-Formal Education in Nigeria: Emerging Issues. 72-84
1136

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Essien, C. K., Anthony, G. B. and Ndifon, E. N. (2017). Group Discussion: An Environmental Awareness Strategy on Forest Conservation in Akamkpa Local Government Area of Cross River State. Special Needs Education. Journal of the Department of Special Education, University of Calabar.
1137

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Anthony, G. B. Essien, C. K. and Beshel, C. A. (2017). Achieving Sustainable Human Development through Life-long Learning. Journal of National Council for Adult Education (NNCA) 22, 1, 124 – 134.
1138

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Etudor – Eyo, Akpan, E., C. P., Akugwu, B. A., A. and Bisong, C. K. (2011). School Physical Environment and Teachers’ Instructional Effectiveness in Akwa Ibom State. Organisation Mondiale Pourl’ Education Prescolaire. World Organization for Early Childhood Education. Journal of OMEP 7 and 8, 118 -125.
1139

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Anthony, G. B. Essien. C. K. and Itari, P. E. (2017). Environmental Sustainability and Activities of Agro-Allied Industries in Cross River State: Challenges and the way forward. Education for Today. Journal of the Faculty of Education, University of Calabar. 13, (2), 60 -65.
1140

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Essien, C. K., Anthony, G. B., Obibessong V. M. and Ndifon, E. N. (2017). Halting Biodiversity Loss through Environmental Adult Education in Nigeria. Education for today. Journal of the Faculty of Education University of Calabar. 13, (2), 161 – 167.
1141

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Essien, C. K., Ndifon, E. N. and Ulayi, A. I. (2016). Workshop Attendance as a Strategy for Forest Conservation in Akamkpa Local Government Area of Cross River State. Nigerian Journal of Social Review. 7, (7). 186-191.
1142

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Anthony, G. B.; Essien, C. K., and Obi-Bessong, V. M (2016). Environmental Non-Governmental Organizations (ENGOs): A panacea for Environmental Sustainability in Nigeria. Social Insight. 10, (9), 120-129.
1143

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Essien, E. E, Akpan, I. M. and Essien, C. K. (2016) Availability and usability of internet services on students’ performance in Social Studies in Essien Udim Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State. Implication for Environmental Adult Education. Social Trends. Journal of the National Association of Social Educators. 19, (10), 31-37.
1144

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida Lucy Ambekeh, Igbinweka, Paul Osa and Udo, David Ekpenyong (2015),  Repositioning Teachers for Quality Service Delivery in Public Secondary Schools in Calabar Municipality Cross River State.  Education for Today, Journal of Faculty of Education University of Calabar, Nigeria 11-15
1145

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L.A., Okpa, O. E. and Agim, D. O. (2014), Security Personnel Management as Correlate of School Safety and Personal Security. International Journal of continuing education and development of studies (IJCEDS). Publishing by Department of Continuing Education and Development Studies, University of Calabar-Nigeria. 2(3)
1146

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L.A. (2014). Monitoring and Evaluation as a tool for Effective School Administration. International Journal of Educational Administration Planning and Research, 6(1), 23-35.
1147

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L.A, Okpa, O. E and Agim, D.O (2014), Utilization of Social Networking in Peace Education in Tertiary Institutions in Cross River State Nigeria, Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning 14(2), 65-78.
1148

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Okpa, Ovat E and Udida Lucy (2013), Utilization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and knowledge Creation among Academic Staff of Public Universities in Cross River State. African Journal of Higher Education Studies and Development (AJHESD) 1, 195 -205 
1149

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Oni, Adesoji A. and Udida, Lucy A. (2012),  Who Will Save Nigerian Universities?  A Survey of Students’ Perceptions of the Causes and Solutions to Cult Violence in Nigerian Universities; Ife Journal of Educational Leadership, Administration and Planning.  (IJELAP) Faculty of Education, 1(1), 50-58. Obafemi Awolowo University Ife.
1150

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida Lucy Ambekeh and Okpa Ovat Egbe (2012), Mentoring New Entrants into Academic Profession in Higher Institutions for National Transformation. Journal of Nigerian Association for Educational Administration and planning (NAEAP). 12 (3), 161-176
1151

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Ebuara, V.O and Udida L. (2011). Level of Application of Transformational Leadership Behaviours of Administrator in Governance of Higher Educational in Nigeria, Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and planning. 11 (3), 21 – 32.
1152

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

L. A. Udida and V. O. Ebuara and Ozurumba, C. N. (2011),  Socio-Educational Implications of Poverty Reduction and Democratic Experiment in Nigeria: A Critique African Journal of Educational Management A publication of the Department of Educational Management University of Ibadan 14, (2).   99-108.
1153

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L. A. (2011),  Influence of Students Attitude towards the Teaching Profession and its Effect on their choice of Career in Obudu Local Government Area of Cross River State – Nigeria.  International Journal of Educational Administration Planning and Research 4 (2). 1-11.
1154

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

L. A. Udida, and V. O. Ebuara and Ozurumba, C. N. (2009),  Effects of Non-Participation in Decision-Making on the job satisfaction of Senior Administrative Staff of Cross-River University of Technology Calabar, Nigeria; African Journal of Educational Management. 12(2), 207 – 214.
1155

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Adesoji Oni, and Lucy A. Udida (2009),  The Effects of Information Communication Technologies on the Moral Development of Adolescents in Nigeria Secondary Schools.  International Journal of Distance Education (IJODE), University of Ibadan. 4, 73-86.
1156

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Akuegwu, B. A., and Udida, L. A. (2008),  University Students’ Orientation Towards Entrepreneurial Studies and its Management: Implications for Sustainable Development. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning 8 (1), 141 – 152.
1157

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L. A., Udofia, I. U. and Ozurumba, C. N. (2008),  Using Information and Communications Technology to enhance Tertiary Institution Students Academic Productivity for sustainable Development in South-South Zone of Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning, 8(3), 235-244.
1158

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Akuegwu, B. A, Udida, L. A, and Nwi-lle F. D. (2007).  Academic Staff Access to ICT and the Management of Skill-Oriented Education in Cross River State Universities; Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning 7 (1), 33-43.
1159

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L. A, Ebuara, V. O, Ozurumba, C. N. and Ude Franca (2007), The Role of Technical and Vocational Education in the Employment of Nigerian Youth in the Era of Globalization Problems and Challenges.  Managing Technical and Vocational Education in the Era of Globalization. NAEAP, 13-19.
1160

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Ebuara, O. V, and Udida, L. A. (2007).  The relationship between teachers’ classroom management effectiveness and secondary school students’ academic achievement. Journal of Research in Curriculum and Teaching, Benue State University. 2 (1), 129-136.
1161

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

B. A. Akuegwu, L. A, Udida & U. U. Bassey (2006), Attitude towards Quality Research among Lecturers in Universities in Cross River State Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning 6 (1), 185-195.
1162

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

C. N, Ozurumba, L. Udida, & V. O. Ebuara, (2006),  University as an Effective Instrument for National Development and Unity in Nigeria. Education for Today Journal of Faculty of Education; University of Calabar, 6 (1), 49-62.
1163

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Ebuara, V. O., Udida, L. A., and Akpaitam, O. A. (2006), Non-formal Education and the Transformation of Rural-Poverty in Nigeria; Nigerian Journal of Educational Philosophy 2(2), 56-65.
1164

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Undie, J. A. and Udida, L. A. (2005).  Academic Staff Diversionary Praxis.  An impediment to Tertiary Education Curriculum in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies, 12 (2), 41-42.
1165

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L. A. Akuegwu, B. A. & Ukwayi, J. k. (2004). Effectiveness of Private Nursery School Education in Calabar Municipality: The teacher factor.  The Paragon A Journal of National Association of Women Academics (NAWACS).  2, 16-23.
1166

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Ibor, Simon Akpama & Udida, Lucy A. (2001).  Environmental Literacy: A Veritable tool for changing human attitudes to the environment.  West African Journal of Research and Development in Education (WAJRAD) 8 (2), 57-64.
1167

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, Lucy Ambekeh (2001).  The Perception of Male and Female Students of Female Principals’ Leadership Role in Cross River Secondary Schools.  International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy, 4 (1), 119-124.
1168

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Bassey, U. U. and Udida, L. A. (2001).  Staff Development Practices in Cross River State secondary School Education Sector.  International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy. 4 (1), 157-162.
1169

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Bassey, U. U. and  Udida, L. A. (2000).  Planning and Managing Educational Development in Cross River State, Nigeria. West Africa Journal of Educational Research, 3 (2), 177-181.
1170

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, Lucy A. (2000), The Role of Parents in the Implementation of Universal Basic Education (UBE) Scheme in Nigeria. International Journal Research in Basic and Life Long Education 1(1&1), 224-231.
1171

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Ekpenyong, E. Ekanem, Lucy A. Udida (2014), Staff Personnel Management Towards Technical and Vocational Education: Implications for University Graduate Employability in Cross River State, Nigeria.  European Journal of Training and Development Studies, 2 (1), 22 – 30.
1172

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L. A. (2014) students’ personal services and students’ Academic Institutions in     Cross River. Journal of sociology and Education in Africa. 2 (1) 201 – 210.
1173

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Ukwayi, Joseph K, Uko Esther S. & Udida L. A (2013), A critical Analysis of career Stress amongst academic staffs of tertiary institutions in Cross-River State. Journal of Educational and Social research. 3(2), 15-21.
1174

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L. A., Bassey, U. U., Egbona, A. E. & Ekpenyong E. E.  (2013), Ethics and Research as Collaborative Strategies for Improved Quality in Higher Education in Nigeria; Journal of Educational Review 6 (2), 261 -266.
1175

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida Lucy Ambekeh (2013), Curriculum Review Evaluation on Entrepreneurial Education in Cross River State Higher Institutions; African Higher Education Review (AFER), 7, 20-28.
1176

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Oni, Adesoji Adeolu & Lucy A. Udida (2012), Principals Decision-Making Competence as Correlate of Crisis Management in South-West Nigeria Secondary Schools. Journal of Pedagogical Thought. Kampala International University College Dar es Salaam. 8, 93-102
1177

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida L. A. (2011) Impact of Global Financial Crisis on the Funding and Management of Inventions in Nigerian Universities. Journal of Education Review 4 (3) 429 – 433.
1178

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Dr. Adesoji A. Oni, Udida Lucy Ambekeh & Iyabo I. Abe (2011), Television Violence as a Correlate of antisocial behavior among Nigerian Children, African Journal of Crime and Criminal Justice (AJCJ); A Publication of UNAFRI, 2 (1), 45 59.
1179

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, Lucy Ambekeh & Umanah, Pius Cosmas (2010), Sustainability of University Education through Public/Private Partnership in Nigeria. International Journal of Administrative Studies & Research; Institut Universitaire Sonou D’ Afrique, 2 (1), 1 8.
1180

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, Lucy Ambekeh, Bassey, Usang Usang & Soji Oni (2010), University Physical Work Climate and Academic Staff Productivity in Southern and Eastern Nigeria.  The Oriental Anthropologist Abi – International Journal of the Science of Man. MD Publications 10 (2), 169 – 181.
1181

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Lucy, A. Udida, Victor, O. Ebuara & Esther, S. Uko (2010), Assessing Factors Inhabiting Management of Higher Education for Poverty Alleviation in Southern Nigeria. SPO leczenstwoi “Rodzina” Society and Family. Published by Faculty of Social Science Stalowa, Wola; The John Paul II.  Catholic University of Lublin, 23 (2), 23-32           
1182

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Francis, M. Isichei OP, Ph.D., Adesoji A. Oni Ph.D., & Lucy A. Udida, Ph.D. (2010), Wprowadzenie do history cznych przyczyn aktywnosci sekt na kampusach (Introduction and Historical Foundation of Campus Cult). SEKTY JAKO ZAGROZENIE I WYZWANIE XXI WIEKU. 129-150:  
1183

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, Lucy Ambekeh, Ebuara, V. O & Ude Franca (2009), Influence of the role of Higher Education on Youth Preparation for Parenthood in the South-South Geo-political Zone of Nigeria, Journal of Education Review Serials Publication. 2 (3) 437- 442.
1184

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L. A & Udey, Franca U. (2009).  Influence of the Role of Cross-River University of Technology (CRUTECH) on Youth Preparation for Parenthood: Journal of Educational Review Serials Publications, 1(1-2), 77-83.
1185

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Udida, L. A, Bassey, U. U., Udofia I. Udofia & Egbona, A. I. (2009), System Performance and Sustainability of Higher Education in Nigeria: 11th International Conference of Educational Management Association of South Africa (EMASA) 1– 17.
1186

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Usang Usang Bassey, Basil Akuegwu, Grace Umoren, William Ekpiken, Lucy Udida, Alex Egbona Kaleb Uche (2008). University administrators’ provision for entrepreneurial studies in Nigeria Implications for employment promotion; South-African Journal of Educational Leadership and Management. 1(1), 35-51.
1187

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Bassey, U. U., Umoren, G., Akuegwu, B. A., Udida, L. A., Ntukidem, E. P., Ekabua, O. O. (2007) Nigerian Graduating Students’ Access to e-learning technology: Implications for higher Education Management. 6th International Internet Education Conference. September 2nd-4th 2007.
1188

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Sam William Bassey, Grace Umoren and L. A. Udida (2007), Cognitive Styles Secondary School Students’ Attitude and Academic Performance in Chemistry in Akwa Ibom State – Nigeria.  Episteme – An International Conference to review Research on Science, Technology and Mathematics Education HomiBhabha Centre for Science Education, 97 – 103.
1189

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Ebuara, O. V, Ozurumba, C. N, Udida, L. A, & Eyo, Ekanem, Bassey Ekpo (2007).  The Impact of Workers and Students unrest on the Goal- Achievement of Tertiary   Institutions in the South-South Geo-Political Zone of Nigeria. LWATI: A journal of Contemporary Research 4 15-22.
1190

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Bassey Usang, Akuegwu Basil, Udida Lucy & Franca, U. (2007), Academic Staff Research Productivity: A study of Universities in South-South Zone of Nigeria, Educational Research and Review. 2 (5) 103-108.
1191

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

Bassey, U. U., Akuegwu, B. A., Udida, L. Essien, M. I. (2006),Teacher preparation and availability in achieving Universal Basic (UBE) in Nigeria. In M. K. Akinsola, D. Mapolelo, M. Mosothwane & K. Bose Eds.) Achieving Universal Basic/Primary Education in Africa in 2015: Myth or Reality; University Botswana African Conference on Primary/Basic Education. 496 – 504. 
1192

Prof. Lucy Ambekeh Udida

U. U. Bassey, B. A. Akuegwu, L. A. Udida, C. C. Uchendu & Mrs M. Sule & E. E Emanghe (2006), Administrating Special Needs Students In Inclusive Education In Universities in Cross River State, Nigeria: Problems and Prospects; African Journal of Special Educational Needs. 4 (2), 220 – 230. 
1193

Dr. Joseph Effiom-Edem Ntibi

Amasuomo, J.O.M. & Ntibi, J.E.E. (2013). Vibration induced stress from equipment/tools in a school workshop as a factor affecting students task performance in workshop practice.  Journal of Education and Practice, 4(24), 160-169.
1194

Dr. Joseph Effiom-Edem Ntibi

Ntibi, J.E.E. (1991). A modified Jaeger’s method for measuring surface tension. Physics Education, 7(4), 312 - 314.
1195

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Essien, E. E., Essien, C. K. and Akpan, O. E (2015). Self Concept and students’ academic achievement in Social Studies in Colleges of Education in Cross River State, Nigeria. Social Perspectives. Nigerian South-East Journal of Social Studies and Civic Education. 10, (5), 101-107.
1196

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Essien, C. K; Udobong, R. O. and Edet, A. J. (2015). The place of Environmental Adult Education and the Combating of Petroleum Disasters in the Niger Delta Region of Akwa Ibom and River States. International Journal of Educational Administration Planning and Research. 7,(1), 37-46.
1197

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Anthony, G. B.; Essien, C. K and Tawo, C. N. (2014) Environmental Adult Education: An important tool in curbing the problems Associated with mining. International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies. 2, (3), 1-8.
1198

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Bullem, A. G.; Essien, C. K. and Akpama, S. I. (2011). Tourism: A Veritable Tool for Socio-Economic Development of Cross River State. Journal of Public Policy Analysis. 4, (1), 142-149
1199

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Essien, C. K. and Esther, B. Arikpo, (2012) Workers’ Participating in Decision Making and Labour-Management Relations in Higher Education in Nigeria. International Journal of Adult Education and Lifelong Learning. 1, (1), 42-50.
1200

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Anthony, G. B., Essien, C. K. and Awhen, V. O. (2012) Designing Environmental Adult Education Programmes under a Specified Net-work: The Indigenous Participating Model of Net Work. An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. 3, (2), 9-19.
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Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Anthony, G. B., Essien, C. K. and Osang, W. O. (2011). Literacy Education: An Important Tool in Promoting Gender Equality and Women Empowerment.  An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. 3, (1), 46-52.
1202

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Godwin, B. A. and Bisong, C. K. (2005). The Impact of Poverty on Environmental Degradation. Education for Today. 5,  (1), 83-98.
1203

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Essien, C. K. and Anthony, G. B. (2009). Monitoring and Evaluation of Environmental Adult Education. West Africa Journal of Educational Research. 12, (1and2), 52 – 56.
1204

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Anthony, G. B, and Essien, C. K. (2009). Environmental Adult Education as  a Tool in Sustaining Socio-Economic Development. West Africa Journal of Educational Research. 12, (1and2) 29-35.
1205

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Bullem, A. G. and Essien, C. K. (2008). CAMFIRE: A Strategy for Environmental Protection in Africa. West Africa Journal of Educational Research. 11, (1and2), 53 – 56.
1206

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Essien, C. K. and Bullem, A. G. (2008). Community Training for Aforestation: A strategy for Forest Conservation. West Africa Journal of Educational Research. 11, (1and2), 38 – 43.
1207

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Essien, C. K., Otu, B. D., Essien, E. E. and Obot, I. M.  (2010). Factors Influencing Cheating Tendency in Examinations Among Undergraduate Students of the University of Calabar, Nigeria. Annals of Modern Education. (www.universalacademicservices.org) 2, (1). 121 – 131
1208

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Elizabeth, B. A., Festus, N. and Essien, C. K. (2010). Pollution Control Strategy in the Calabar Metropolis: The Impact of Waste Recycling. A Multidisciplinary Journal of the Faculty of Social and Management Sciences, University of  Buea, Cameroon. 9, (1).
1209

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Essien, E. E., Essien, C. K. and Obot, I. M. (2016). Cultural Inhibitions and Students Academic Achievement in Social Studies in College of Education, Cross River State, Nigeria. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences 6, (15).
1210

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Chris V. O. E.; David, A. O; Essien, C. K. and Anthony, G. B. (2014). An Assessment of Deforestation Rates in Bekwarra Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Environment, 3, (2), 28-37.
1211

Dr. Essien, Cecilia Kori

Arikpo, A. B.; Akpama, S. I., Essien, C. K. and Anthony, G. B. (2011). Adult Education for  Effective Resources Management in the Multi-Ethnic Nigerian Environment. International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations. 10, (6),  55-65
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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

1224

Dr. Devalsam Imoke Eni

Joel, E. and Eni, D. I. (2011): Effect of drainage morphometry on discharge in the Calabar river basin, Nigeria. (Nigerian Journal of Social Development Issues.8 (1),1596-2288.
1225

Dr. Devalsam Imoke Eni

Okpiliya, F., Eni, D. I., Oko, C. and Esther, E. (2011): Soil catena characteristics and plant roots development in the limestone terrain of Mfamosing Nigeria. (Journal of Research of Environmental Sciences and Resource Management, Centre for Research and Innovations. 3 (8),15.
1226

Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

1227

Dr. Devalsam Imoke Eni

Okpiliya, F. I., Effiong, E. B., Eni, D. I. and Eja, E. I. (2012): Mangrove forest ecosystem utilization and depletion: Implication for occupational changes in Calabar South, Nigeria. European Journal of Sustainable Development.2 (2)5-1.
1228

Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

1231

Dr. Devalsam Imoke Eni

Okpiliya, F. I., Ekong, A. E. and Eni, D. I. (2013): Wetland ecosystem conflict: Implication for agricultural productivity and food security in Mbiabo, Odukpani, Cross River State, Nigeria.(Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences. 4 (1), 55-61.
1232

Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

1233

Dr. Devalsam Imoke Eni

Digha, N. O., Eni, D. I. and Oruatu, M. A. (2014): Effects of agricultural land use practices on soils in Cross River Basin, Ogoja – Nigeria. (Journal of Universe of Emerging Technologies and Science. (1),1-4.
1234

Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

1235

Dr. Devalsam Imoke Eni

Oko, C. N., Eni, D. I. and Oka, P. O. (2014): Evaluation of spatial variation of palm oil mill effluents (POME) in Cross River State, Nigeria. (International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research. 5 (3),2229-5518.
1236

Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

1237

Dr. Devalsam Imoke Eni

Eni, D. I., Upla, J. I., Oko, C. O., Obiefuna, J. N. and Njar, G. N. (2010). Effects of land degradation on soil productivity in Calabar South Local Government Area, Nigeria. (European Journal of Social Sciences. 18 (1),166-171.
1238

Dr. Devalsam Imoke Eni

Eni, D. I., Etu, S. J. and Oka, P. O. (2014): The effect of abattoir discharge on the Obot Okoho stream quality in Nassarawa village Calabar, Nigeria. (Asian Journal of Sciences and Technology. 5 (8),501-507.
1239

Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

1240

Dr. Devalsam Imoke Eni

Eni, D. I., Oko, C. and Oka, P. O. (2013): Evaluation of soil bearing capacities and its implication for foundation compatibility in Calabar, Nigeria. (Global Advanced Research Journal of Social Sciences. 2 (2),34-37,
1241

Dr. Devalsam Imoke Eni

Atu, J. E., Offiong, R. A., Eni, D. I., Eja, E. I. and Essien, O. E. (2012). The effects of urban sprawl on peripheral agricultural lands in Calabar, Nigeria. (International Review of Social Sciences and Humanities.2 (2),68-76,
1242

Dr. Ajimase Angela Ahowbewon

Angela Ajimase “Literary currents in Francophone Caribbean literature” Topics in Francophone Caribbean literature,Department of Foreign languages,University of Benin,(2013) 48 -72.
1243

Dr. Devalsam Imoke Eni

Eni, D. I., Atu, J. E., Oko, C. and Ekwok, I. (2011): Flood and its impact on farmlands in Itigidi Abi Local Government Area, (International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, USA.1(9) 98-104.
1244

Dr. Devalsam Imoke Eni

Eni, D. I., Efiong, J. and Upla, J. I. (2013): The influence of Aquifer depth on microbial parameters of borehole water in Calabar Metropolis, Nigeria (International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology. 2,(2),286-299.
1245

Dr. Devalsam Imoke Eni

Eni, D. I., Oka, P. O. and Atu, J. E. (2011): Assessment of wetland resources utilization along the Cross River Estuary. (Sacha Journal of Environmental Studies,1(2),1-7.
1246

Dr. Ajimase Angela Ahowbewon

Angela Ajimase “Quête identitaire aux Antilles: Divergence vers un objectif commun” Calabar Journal of the Humanities,University of Calabar,13.2,(2018).
1247

Dr. Devalsam Imoke Eni

Eni, D. I., Obiefuna, J. N., Oko, C. O. and Ekwok, I. (2011): Impact of urbanization on sub-surface water quality in Calabar Municipality, Nigeria. (International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 1(10) 167-172.
1248

Dr. Devalsam Imoke Eni

Eze, B. E., Eni, D. I. and Oko, C. O. (2011): Evaluation of the infiltration capacity of soil in Akamkpa Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. (Journal of Geography and Geology,3(1), 189-196.
1249

Dr. Devalsam Imoke Eni

Eni, D. I. and Digha, O. N. (2014): Estimation of groundwater recharge using the Chaturvedi method in Akpabuyo Local Government Area, Nigeria. (International Journal of Scientific Research and Education,2(4),589-600.
1250

Dr. Ajimase Angela Ahowbewon

Angela A.Ajimase. “Créolisation et coolitude dans les Antilles:A la recherche d’un trait d’union”,Journal of Humanities,department of French, Ahmadu Bello University,Zaria – Nigeria,2.6,(2016),152 – 164.
1251

Dr. Ajimase Angela Ahowbewon

Nnenna Nwosu and Angela Ajimase “Fabulistic insight into justice and human dignity as depicted in La Fontaine’s Fables translated into English language”,. Global journal of applied management and Social Sciences.G.O,11,(2016)11 -18.
1252

Dr. Ajimase Angela Ahowbewon

Ajimase, Angela A.“Littérature,politique et pouvoir aux Antilles”,.International journal of humanities and cultural studies,University of Gasfsa,Gasfsa ,Tunisia,1.4.(2015)72 -81.
1253

Dr. Ajimase Angela Ahowbewon

Samson Fabian Nzuanke and Angela Ahowbiwom Ajimase. “Youth language as a transnational phenomenon:The case of French in Nigeria”,A journal of contemporary Research ,Universal Academic Services,Beijing,P.R.China,11.4,(2014)87– 110.
1254

Dr. Devalsam Imoke Eni

Eja, E. I. and Eni, D. I. (2014): The effect of Tinapa business resort development on surface water quality in Cross River State, Nigeria. (Academic Research International. 5 (4)
1255

Dr. Ajimase Angela Ahowbewon

Angela A.Ajimase.“Une Politique Linguistique qui se perdure:Réflexion sur les textes régissants l’enseignement du Français au Nigeria”, Calabar Journal of the humanities,University of Calabar,10.1,(2013)149 – 159.
1256

Dr. Ajimase Angela Ahowbewon

Ajimase,Angela Ahowbewon. “Créolité et créolisation dans les pays caribeéns:Implications pour une mondialisation culturelle”,Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies, University of Calabar,16.1,(2012)156 – 175.
1257

Dr. Ajimase Angela Ahowbewon

Bassey Oben, Angela A.Ajimase and Gloria Umukoro.“A socio – Psychological reading of Camara Laye’s The Radiance of the king’’, Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies .An Interdisciplinary Journal,University of Calabar,15.1,(2011) 114 – 122.
1258

Dr. Ajimase Angela Ahowbewon

Angela A.Ajimase.“Oraliture contre écriture dans la littérature antillaise contemporaine:Lecture de Solibo Magnifique et Texaco de Patrick Chamoiseau’’.Journal of Humanities, Department of French, Ahmadu Bello University,Zaria,Nigeria ,1.9/10, (2010/2011) 241 – 255.
1259

Dr. Ajimase Angela Ahowbewon

Dr.Bassey Oben and Mrs.Angela A.Ajimase.“Africa’s perception of the world:A commentary on Elerius John’s La tortue’’ Journal of Foreign Language Studies, Department of Foreign Languages,University of Uyo,3.3,(2009) 177 – 188.
1260

Dr. Devalsam Imoke Eni

Eni, D I. and Efiong, J. (2011):Seasonal variations in hydrochemical parameters of groundwater in Calabar South, Cross River State, Nigeria. (British Journal of Arts and Social Sciences, 3 (1), 85-97.
1261

Prof. Francis Ibe Mogu

“The Relevance of Proverbs in African Epistemology,” with Emmanuel Efem Etta” in Lwati:A Journal of Contemporary Research,Beijing, CHINA: Universal Academic Services and Linghua Tong Culture Communications (ISSN 1813-2227),9.1,(2012),68-78
1262

Prof. Francis Ibe Mogu

“Literary Models for National Enlightenment:Langston Hughes’s Not Without Laughter and Zaynab Alkali’s The Virtuous Woman,” for the International Reading Association 4th Pan-African Reading for All Conference, Ezulwini,Swaziland,August 2005 - A Pan African Reading for All Text,3.0,(2005)
1263

Prof. Francis Ibe Mogu

“Womanism as an Antidote to the Problem of Representation of Female Characters in Works of Black Male Writers,” in Journal of Cultural Studies,ed.Joseph Yakubu and Patrick Oloko,Ago-Iwoye: Ogun State University,1999.1.1,(pp. 69 – 86)
1264

Prof. Francis Ibe Mogu

“The African Response to American Feminism – A Reading of Flora Nwapa and Alice Walker,” in Black Women Writers Across Cultures,Chapter Five,ed.Valentine James and James S.Etim, Baltimore, MD.: International Scholars Pub.,(2001),pp.89 – 120
1265

Prof. Francis Ibe Mogu

“The Conflict of the West and the Centre in Chukwuemeka Ike’s The Bottled Leopard,”in Lwati:A Journal of Contemporary Research, Manzini – Swaziland: TTI Publishing /Contemporary theory Group,1.1,(2004),Pp.14-19
1266

Prof. Francis Ibe Mogu

“Dialogue and Outrage in the Literature of the African Diaspora:Langston Hughes’s Not Without Laughter, Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun and Richard Wright’s Black Boy,” in Lwati:A Journal Of Contemporary Research,Kwaluseni:Lwati Swaziland (ISSN 1813-2227),3.0,(2006),Pp.98-108
1267

Prof. Francis Ibe Mogu

“Unfettered Expression and Human Dignity:Langston Hughes’s Not Without Laughter,The Big Sea and Chinua Achebe’s Anthills of the Savannah,” in Lwati:A Journal of Contemporary Research,Kwaluseni:Lwati Swaziland (ISSN 1813-2227).4.0,(2007)
1268

Prof. Francis Ibe Mogu

“Things Fall Apart across Cultures:The Universal Significance of Chinua Achebe’s Reconstruction of the African Heritage,” for the 34th Annual African Literature Association Conference, Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois, IL.61455,USA(April 22-27, 2008) in Lwati:A Journal of Contemporary Research, Kwaluseni: Lwati Swaziland (ISSN 1813-2227),6.1,(2009),182-190
1269

Prof. Francis Ibe Mogu

“Mother as a Survival Strategy in Maya Angelou’s I Know why the Cage Bird Sings and The Heart of a Woman,”(with Leonard Obina Onwuegbuche and Ebele Ofoma Eko) in CALEL - Currents in African Literature and the English Language,Calabar, Nigeria:Department of English and Literary Studies, University of Calabar,(ISSN 1597-3611).6.0,(2009),Pp.10-22
1270

Prof. Francis Ibe Mogu

“Literacy as a Tool for Cultural Independence:Female Aspirations and Achievements in Alice Walker’s The Color Purple and Buchi Emecheta’s Kehinde,” for the 6th Pan-African Reading for All Conference, University of Dar Es Salaam,Tanzania,August 10-14,2009 in Lwati:A Journal of Contemporary Research,7.2,( 2010),Pp. 125-134.
1271

Mr. Ekpenyong Tete Ekpe

Exploring Language Skills and Teaching in relation to the Teaching and Learning of English as a Second Language. Calabar Studies in Languages (CASIL): Festschrift Edition in honour of Prof. Imeyen A.Noah. 19.1(2016)
1272

Mr. Ekpenyong Tete Ekpe

The African Novel and The City:A Reading of Zaynab Alkali’s The Initiates.Sophia:African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs.17.1(2016)
1273

Mr. Ekpenyong Tete Ekpe

Aspects of Syntactic Selections in Zaynab Alkali’s The Descendants.Sophia: An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs.16.1(2015)
1274

Mr. Ekpenyong Tete Ekpe

Educational Psychology and Language Planning in Nigeria: A Critical Appraisal.The Leajon: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies.7.1,(2015)
1275

Mr. Ekpenyong Tete Ekpe

Morphological Innovations in Zaynab Alkali’s Novels:A Stylistic Perspective.The Leajon:An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies.5.2,(2014)
1276

Mr. Ekpenyong Tete Ekpe

Curriculum Planning and the Teaching and Learning of English as a Second Language at the Secondary School level in Nigeria. Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies (CAJOLIS):An Interdisciplinary Journal.18.1,(2014)
1277

Mr. Ekpenyong Tete Ekpe

A Grapho-stylistic Analysis of Zaynab Alkali’s The Stillborn and The Virtuous Woman.Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies (CAJOLIS):An Interdisciplinary Journal. 17.1(2013).
1278

Prof. Usang E. Usang

Usang, UE., Inyang, AW., Nwachukwu, IE., and Emehute, JC (2017). Typhoid perforation in children: an unrelenting plague in developing countries. Journal of Infection in Developing Countries; 11(10): 747-752.
1279

Prof. Usang E. Usang

Ilori, IU., Beshel-Akpeke, RA., and Usang, UE (2011). Paediatric Anaesthesia at a tertiary hospital in Nigeria. Update in Anaesthesia: The Journal of the World Federation of the Society of Anaesthesiologists; 27(1):40-42.
1280

Mr. Nathaniel Ojima sunday

Nathaniel,O.S.,Mogu,F.I.and Akpagu,W.Z..A New Historicist Analysis of Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun and Adrienne Kennedy’s Funnyhouse of a Negro in LWATI:A Journal of Contemporary Research .Beijing: Universal Academic Services.(13) 2,(2016),pp 76-86.
1281

Mr. Nathaniel Ojima sunday

Nathaniel O.S.,Adamu,L.J. and Akpagu, W. Z.Eco-poetic Resonance in African Literature: Reading Selected Poems of Onyekachi Peter Onuoha’s Drops of Fascination in LWATI:A Journal of Contemporary Research.Beijing: Universal Academic Services.,(13) 3,(2016),pp.112-124
1282

Mr. Nathaniel Ojima sunday

Nathaniel,O.S and Onuoha,O.P..Art Beyond Facial Value:Of Metaphorization and Functionality of Sexual Scenes in Selected Nigerian Short Stories in the Cyber Space in LWATI:A Journal of Contemporary Research . Beijing:Universal Academic Services.(2017),(14) 1,pp 80-103.
1283

Mr. Nathaniel Ojima sunday

Nathaniel,O.S..Women as Voices of Democratic Sanity in Socio-political Disorderliness:A Study of Ahmed Yerima’s Hard Ground and Little Jobs in NDUNODE:Calabar Journal of the Humanities.Calabar:Faculty of Arts,University of Calabar.(12)1,(2017),pp.278-290.
1284

Mr. Nathaniel Ojima sunday

Iroro,M.and Nathaniel O.S..A Maxist Study of Police Brutality in Alex La Guma’s A Work in the Night in Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies.Calabar:Faculty of Arts,University of Calabar.(20) 1,(2018),pp. 66-80.
1285

Mr. Nathaniel Ojima sunday

Ene,E.E.and Nathaniel O.S..Breaking Hegemonic Walls and Asserting the Female Self in Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye and Akachi Ezeigbo’s Roses and Bullets in Anglisticum:International Journal of Literature, Linguistics and Interdisciplinary Studies.Tetovo: Association-Institute of English Language and American Studies.(7) 3,(2018),pp.10-24.
1286

Mrs. Inyang Jenny Benjamin

Inyang,J.B..La traduction de déviation lexicales et phonologiques dans la littérature nigériane – La Revue Des Etudes Francophones De Calabar.Calabar Journal of Francophones Studies 12 (1),(2013)
1287

Mrs. Inyang Jenny Benjamin

Inyang,J.B..Traduire les idiomes et les proverbes en cas de déficit cognitive du Traducteur.NDUNODE Calabar Journal of the Humanities.11(1),(2014),62-69.
1288

Mrs. Inyang Jenny Benjamin

Inyang,J.B.. Initiatives privées d’enseignement des langues étrangères par les expatriés à Calabar:Critique des buts,des méthodes et implications pour l’apprentissage des langues étrangères au Nigeria.Triple L:International Journal of Arts, Languages, Linguistics and Literary Studies. Department of French Faculty of Humanities Imo State University.1 (1),(2016),95-103.
1289

Mrs. Inyang Jenny Benjamin

Endong, F.P.C. and Inyang,J.B. Gate-keeping and feedback as determinants of the translation/interpretation process. African Research Review An International Multidisciplinary Journal 8 (4),(2014),56-67.
1290

Mrs. Inyang Jenny Benjamin

Endong,F.P.C. and Inyang,J.B. Is a translator a source, a medium or a receiver in the communication process? Review of Arts and Humanities.(1),(2015),96-101.
1291

Mrs. Inyang Jenny Benjamin

Inyang,J.B..The naija language and the “NaijaLanguejAkademi”as an ideological movement. LALIGENS:An International Journal of Language,Literature and Gender Studies,5(2),(2016),16-24.
1292

Mrs. Inyang Jenny Benjamin

Inyang,J.B.The use of information and communication technologies (ICTS)in foreign language teaching in Nigeria:prospects and challenges.IJAH:An International Journal of Arts and Humanities,6 (1),(2017),124-134.
1293

Mrs. Inyang Jenny Benjamin

Inyang,J.B.Le journal en Français facile de Radio France Internationale:Facile pour les apprenants anglophones du FLE de quel niveau? LALIGENS:An International Journal of Language, Literature and Gender Studies,6 (1), (2017),133-142.
1294

Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Edet A., Ukpong A.J and Ekwere A.S. (2012). Impact of Climate Change on Groundwater Resources: An Example from Cross River State, Southeastern Nigeria. In: O. Martins, E. A. Meshida, T. A. Arowolo, O. A. O. Oluwasanya (Eds.), Proceedings of the Environmental Management Conference, September 12 – 15, 2011, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. 1 2 – 21
1295

Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Ukpong, A. J., Olivier, N. and Oshundebe, M. A. (2008). Foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the upper part of the Type section of Ekenkpon Formation Calabar Flank, South-Eastern Nigeria. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences (IJNAS). 3 1 (2)., 28 – 34
1296

Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Etesin, U. M., Ibok, U. J., Ekwere, A. and Ukpong, A. (2011). Characterization of Mfamosing Limestone (Calabar flank), south eastern Nigeria for aluminium smelting. African Journal of Environmental Pollution and Health. 9 (2),. 33– 38
1297

Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Emeka, N. C., Antia, V. A., Ukpong, A. J., Amah, E. A. and Ntekim, E.E.U. (2010). A Study on the Sedimentology of Tidal Rivers: Calabar and Great Kwa, S. E. Nigeria. European Journal of Scientific Research. 47 (3)., 370 – 386
1298

Mrs. Mercy Runyi Etu

Etu,M.R.,Otakore,G.A and Njoku,E.C the use and impact of indigenous (minority) Languages in voter education in the 2015 elections in Cross River State.International Journal of Linguistics and Communication. 1.3,(2016),Pp 192-201
1299

Mrs. Mercy Runyi Etu

Otakore,G.A and Etu,M.R Encouraging grassroot development through indigenous language.In Taiwo.O, Ogunkeye.F and Adeniyi.H (eds).Revitalization of African Languages:A Festschrift for Ozo Mekuri Ndimele.Port Harcourt:Linguistics Association of Nigeria.(2017),Pp 53-56
1300

Mrs. Mercy Runyi Etu

Etu,M.R.,Ekpe, B.M.,Uhegwu, B.U Language and cultural preservation through indigenous festivals:A case study of Nyoro Ekpe festival in Cross River State.In Taiwo.O, Ogunkeye.F and Adeniyi.H (eds).Revitalization of African Languages:A Festschrift for Ozo Mekuri Ndimele. Port Harcourt:Linguistics Association of Nigeria.(2017),Pp 266-273
1301

Mrs. Mercy Runyi Etu

Etu, M.R.,Alwell, I.N, Vowel Assimilation in Kohomono. Currents in African Literature and the English Language. 8.0,(2018),Pp 98-105
1302

Mrs. Mercy Runyi Etu

Etu, M.R ,The role of non-verbal language in communal conflicts:A case of the Bahomono clan in Cross River State. LWATI:A journal of Contemporary Research.15.1,(2018),Pp 103-114
1303

Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Ekwere, A. S., Edet, A. and Ukpong, A. J. (2011). Hydrochemistry of the near shore marine bay, Calabar River (South – Eastern, Nigeria). Materials and Geoenvironment. 58 (4)., 421 – 436
1304

Mrs. Mercy Runyi Etu

Etu,M. R, Nominal Plurality in Kohomono. International Journal of Linguistics and Communication.5.1,(2018),Pp 85-98
1305

Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Edet, A., Nganje, T. N., Ukpong, A. J. and Ekwere, A. S. 2011. Groundwater chemistry and quality of Nigeria: A status review. African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology. 5 (13)., 1152 – 1169
1306

Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Ekwere, A., Edet,A., Ukpong, A. and Obim, V. (2011). Assessment of seasonal variations of hydrochemical signatures of surface water quality using multivariate statistical methods. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa. 13 (8)., 51–64
1307

Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Edet, A., Ukpong, A. J. and Ekwere, A. S. (2011). A statistical tools for predicting the impact of climate variability on groundwater resources in Cross River State, Southeastern Nigeria. African Geoscience Review. 18 (4)., 107 – 117
1308

Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Edet, A., Ukpong, A. and Nganje, T. (2013). Hydrochemical studies of Cross River Basin (Southeastern Nigeria) river systems using cross plots, statistics and water quality index. Environmental Earth Sciences. 70 (7)., 3043 – 3056
1309

Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Edet, A., Ukpong, A. and Nganje, T. (2014). Baseline concentration and sources of trace elements in groundwater of Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Analysis. 2 (1)., 1 – 13
1310

Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Edet, A., Ukpong, A., and Nganje, T. (2014). The Concentrations of Potentially Toxic Elements and Total Hydrocarbon in Soils of Niger Delta Region (Nigeria). Journal of Environment and Earth Science. 4 (1),. 23 – 34
1311

Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Ukpong, A. J. and Ekhalialu, O. M. (2015). Integrated Biostratigraphic study of Well Etankpini 005(ET005) based on Foraminiferal and Palynological analysis, Calabar Flank; South Eastern Nigeria. International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research. 6 (2). 1129 – 1141
1312

Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Ukpong, A. J., Ikediasor, C.K., Emeka, C. N. and Emeka, V. E. (2015). Tidal influence on Foraminiferal distribution in a typical Mesotidal River; A case study of the Great Kwa River, Southeastern Nigeria. International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research. 6, (7)., 889 – 897
1313

Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Ekhalialu, O. M., Ukpong, A. J., Kudamnya, E. A., Osung, W. E. and Omoko, E. N. 2016. Geology and geotourism potential of Kwa fall, Akamkpa, south eastern Nigeria. International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering and Research(IJRTER). 2 (10).,168 – 179
1314

Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Ekhalialu, O. M., Ukpong, A. J., Ogidi, A. O., Asi, M. O. and Osung, W. E. (2016). Stratigraphic characterization of parts of the Awi Formation, Calabar Flank, South Eastern Nigeria. International Journal of Current Trends in Engineering and Research(IJCTER). 2 (11)., 50 – 70
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Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Ukpong, A. J., Ekhalialu, O. M., Ogidi, A. O. and Osung, W. E. (2017). Provenance and depositional environment of sediments of the Awi Formation, Calabar Flank, Southeastern Nigeria. European Academic Reasearch. 2 1167 – 1184
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Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Ukpong, A. J., Ikediasor, C.K., Ekhalialu, O. M.and Osung, W. E. (2017). Sequence stratigraphic analysis of well “x2” in the Niger Delta, South Eastern Nigeria. International Journal of Scientific and Technology Research. 6 (10)
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Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Ukpong, A. J., Ikediasor, C.K., Anyanwu, T. C., Osung, W. E. and Ekhalialu, O. M. 2017. Foraminiferal biozonation of “well k-27”, Greater Ughelli depobelt, Niger delta basin, south eastern Nigeria. EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMD). 3 (10) 23 – 32
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Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Ukpong, A. J. and Ekhalialu, O. M. (2017) Evaluation of palaeo-oxygen conditions of Priabonian – Rupelian sediments of the Agbada Formation, Niger delta based on fisher’s diversity index and benthic foraminifera oxygen index. EPRA International Journal of Research and Development (IJRD). 2 (12)., 65 – 80
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Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Ukpong, A. J., Ekhalialu, O. M., Osung, W. E., and Omoko, E.N. (2018). Foraminiferal biozonation and biochronology of Priabonian – Rupelian sediments of the Agbada Formation, Niger delta. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications. 8 (1)
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Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Ukpong, A. J. and Anyanwu,T. C. (2018). Sequence stratigraphic implication to hydrocarbon exploration in “beta field”, northern depobelt of the Niger delta basin. International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering and Research (IJRTER). 4 (1) 405 – 420
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Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Ukpong A. J., Dibi T. I., Okon E. E. and Iwara E. E. (2018). Foraminiferal analysis and palaeoenvironmental interpretation of borehole ET (BH-ET) in the Calabar Flank, South-eastern Nigeria. African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology. 12 (2)., 74 – 83
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Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Ukpong, A. J., Anyanwu, T. C., Osung, W. E., and Omoko, E.N. (2018). Sequence Stratigraphic Study of “B-24 Well” Northern Depobelt, Niger Delta, Southeastern Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Applied Geology and Geophysics (IOSR – JAGG). 6 (2)., 20 – 28
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Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Ukpong, A. J. and Ekhalialu, O. M. (2018). Cenomanian – Turonian foraminifera and palynomorphs from the Calabar Flank, South Eastern Nigeria: Implications for age and depositional environment. International Journal Geology and Mining. 4 (1)., 156 – 164
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Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Ukpong, A. J. and Anyanwu, T. C. (2018). Late Eocene – Early Oligocene foraminiferal biostratigraphy and palaeoenvironment of sediments from “Beta – 24 well” Niger Delta Basin, South Eastern Nigeria. European Academic Research. 6 (2) 871 – 891
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Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Ukpong, A. J. and Ekhalialu, O. M. (2018). Biostratigraphic implications of Hedbergella sigali Moullade (foraminifera) and Ephedripites multicostatus Brenner (pollen): Evidence for Berriasian – Turonian age for the Mfamosing Limestone and Ekenkpon Shale in the Calabar Flank, South Eastern Nigeria. International Journal Geology and Mining 4(2)., 179-189
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Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Ukpong, A. J. and Ekhalialu, O. M. (2018). Foraminiferal Approach to Palaeoenvironmental Interpretations: Case Study of Priabonian – Rupelian Sediments of the Niger Delta, Nigeria. International Journal Geology and Mining. 4 (2)., 165-1 78
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Prof. Anthony E. Akpan

Akpan, A. E., Ekwok, S. E., Ebong, E. D., George, A. M., & Okwueze, E. E. (2018). Coupled geophysical characterization of shallow fluvio-clastic sediments in Agwagune, southeastern Nigeria. Journal of African Earth Sciences, 143, 67-78, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jafrearsci.2018.03.012.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Odok, E. A., Akpong, F. A. and Dan, F. A. (2017). Aggression and Secondary School Sports Administrators’ Effectiveness in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research (IJEAPR). 9(1)207-213.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Odok, E. A., Dan, F. A. and Akpong, F. A. (2017). Anxiety and Secondary School Sports Administrators’ Effectiveness in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research (IJEAPR). 9(1)180-186.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Odok, E. A., Osaji, N. N. and Adie, B. U. (2017). Level of Sports Participation and Moral Variables of Students in Secondary Schools in Ikom Education Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research (IJEAPR). 9(1)149-154.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Odok, E. A., Akpa, S. U. and Apie, M. (2016). Level of Sports Participation and Emotional Variables of Students in Secondary Schools in Ikom Education Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Nigeria Association for Physical, Health Education, Recreation, Sports and Dance (JONAPHER-SD). 5(2)47-55.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Odok, E. A., Apie, M. and Akpa, S. U. (2016). Level of Sports Participation and Mental Variables of Students in Secondary Schools in Central Senatorial District of Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Nigeria Association for Physical, Health Education, Recreation, Sports and Dance (JONAPHER-SD). 5(1):171-181.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Odok, E. A., Onnoghen, U. U. and Odok, A. O. (2016). Exercise: A Panacea for Healthy Living. Journal of the Department of Special Education, University of Calabar, Nigeria. 2(1):120-123.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Odok, E. A., Onnoghen, U. U. and Odok, A. O. (2016). Selected Physical exercises for functional Healthy Growth. Journal of the Department of Special Education, University of Calabar, Nigeria. 2(1): 94-103.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Edim, M. E., Odok, E. A. and Osaji, N. N. (2016). The Role of the Media in Contemporary Sports Development in Nigeria. Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives. 5(1):69-74.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Odok, E. A., Edim, M. E. and Osaji, N. N. (2015). Physical exercise and diet: A therapy for work stress. Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives. 4(2):202-210.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Abia, P. R., Odok, E. A., Arikpo, M. and Ide, T. E. (2015). Use of Enema among the Quas in Calabar Municipality of Cross River State, Nigeria. Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives. 4(1):1-5.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Odok, E. A., Edim, M. E. and Okou, F. T. (2013). Recreation: An essential tool for individual development in Basic and lifelong Education. International Journal of Research in Basic and Lifelong Education.. 3(1and2):36-40.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Edim, M. E., Ekuri, P. K. and Odok, E. A. (2015). Sports Participation and Social Personality variable of students in Secondary schools in Central Senatorial District of Cross River State, Nigeria. American Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. 1(2):29-32.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Odok, E. A., Edim, M. E. and Ekuri, P. K. (2015). Sports Participation and Physical Personality Variable of Students in Secondary schools in Central Senatorial District of Cross River State, Nigeria. American Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. 1(2):24-28.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Edim, M. E. Ogabor, J. O. and Odok, E. A. (2014). Adaptability of Physical Education Curriculum in Schools in Nigeria: The Way Forward. International Journal of Capacity Building in Education and Management. 2(3): 71-76.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Edim, M. E., Ekuri, P. K. and Odok, E. A. (2014). Effect of Agility and Strength on Academic Achievements of Secondary School Students in Physical Education in Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Capacity Building in Education and Management. 2(3)1-6.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Edim, M. E., Osaji, N. N. and Odok, E. A. (2014). Socio-Economic Impact of Tourism and the Development of Calabar Metropolis of Cross River State. Human Research Management Research Journal. 4(1and2): 1-4.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Edim, M. E. and Odok, E. A. (2014). Exercise: A Therapy for Physical and Mental Fitness of School Children. Research, Humanities and Social Sciences Journal. 4(11):34-36.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Edim, M. E., Odok, E. A. and Nkang, R. A. (2014). Sports Participation and its Influence on Adolescents Peer Relationship in Schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. Asia Pacific Journal of Research. 1(16):100-106.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Ekuri, P. K., Edim, M. E. and Odok, E. A. (2014). Predictive Variables Influencing Students Participation in Combative Sports in Nigeria. International Journal of Secondary Education. 2(3):48-51.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Odok, E. A., Ekuri, P. K. and Edim, M. E. (2014). Healthful School Environment: A Panacea for School Goals Achievement in Developing Countries. International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Literature. 2(5): 141-146.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Odok, E. A., Edim, M. E. and Ekuri, P. E. (2013). Effect of motor skills and flexibility on psychomotor achievement of secondary school students in physical education in Calabar Municipality of Cross River State, Nigeria. Asian Journal of Education and E-learning. 1(5):294-299.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Edim, M. E., Okou, F. T. Odok, E. A. and Ekuri, P. E. (2013). Problems Accentuating Effective Sports Development among Youths in Niger-Delta Region of Nigeria. Journal of Life Sciences. 7(6):658-662.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Ekuri, P. K., Edim, M. E.,Sunday, A. A. and Odok, E. A. (2013). Development of self defense skills as a factor influencing people’s participation in combative sports (Judo and Tackwondo) in Nigeria. Journal of International Academic Research for Multidisciplinary. 1(11):424-431.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Okou, F. T., Odok, E. A.and Edim, M. E. (2013). Perceptions of Sports Marketing in Bayelsa State, Nigeria. Asian Academic Research Journal of Multidisciplinary, 1(13):56-65.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Edim, M. E.,Ekuri, P. E. and Odok, E. A.(2012). Female Genital mutilation and Early Marriage: A violent on the Health of the Girl-child in Boki Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Studies in Sociology of Science Journal (Canadian Research and Development Center of Sciences and Cultures). 3(4):36-40.
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Mr. EDMOND ASU ODOK

Edim, M.E.,Okou, F.T. and Odok, E. A.(2012).Sports participation: A catalyst in Health Promotion and Quality Living. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Review. 3(6):822-825.
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30)    Udosen A. M., Ngim, O.E., Etiuma, A. U., (2004). Exposure risk to HIV infection among casualty staff: The University of Calabar Teaching Hospital experience. Nigerian Journal of Orthopaedics and Trauma, 3(1),39-41.
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29)    Udosen, A. M., Eshiet, A., Ngim, O. E. (2004). Methods of Pain Management by Traditional Bonesetters; Experiences in the South-South zone of Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of  Orthopaedics and Trauma, 3(2),176-184.
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28)    Asuquo, M. E., Ngim, O., Udosen, J., Ekpo, R., Agbor, C., Ozinko, M., Emelike, K. (2006). Acute Abdomen from Gossypiboma: Case series and review of literature. Nigerian Journal of Surgical Research, 8 (3-4),174-176.
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27)    Asuquo, M. E., Ngim, O., Nya, A. B., Omotoso, J., Bassey, E. E. (2008). Basal and squamous cell carcinomata on the same patients: report of two cases in Albinos. Port Harcourt Medical Journal  3 (1),111-115.
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26)    Ngim, OE., Essiet, A.,Efem, SEE.,& Bassey, OO. (2009). Presentation and management of acute appendicitis in the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Calabar, Nigeria. Int J. Trop Surg. 3 (1), 36-39.
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25)    Ngim, O. E., Essiet, A., Efem, S. E. E., & Bassey, O. O. (2009). Acute Intestinal Obstruction in Adults in the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital Calabar Nigeria. Int J. Trop Surg ; 3 (1); 36-39.
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24)     Ndoma-Egba, R., Ngim, O. E., Ekpo, G. R., Osakwe, O., & Etuk U. S . (2010). Outcome of Altemeier’s operation for complete rectal prolapse in the University of [Calabar Teaching Hospital (UCTH): Report of three cases and review of the Literature. Inter J of Trop Surg, 4(1),37-40.
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23)     Ngim,O. E., Essiet, A., Efem, S. E. E., & Bassey O. O. (2010). How compliant are patients for interval appendicectomy after conservative management of appendiceal mass? Inter J of Trop Surg, 4(1), 20-23.
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22)    Kooffreh-Ada, M., Okpara, H., Okonkwo, U. C .,Ngim, O. E., & Ihekwaba, A.(2017). Clinical and Laboratory Profile of Chronic Liver Disease Patients in a Tertiary Hospital in Calabar, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology,9,15-24.
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21)    Okonkwo,U. C., Ngim, O. E., Osim, H., Inyama, M. A.,  Kooffreh-Ada, M., Ndoma-Egba, R., & Ezedinachi, E. (2017). Knowledge of  Hepatitis B Virus Infection Among Traders. Niger J Clin Pract, 20,415-20.
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20)    Ndububa, D., Ojo, O., Lesi,  O., Samaila, A.,& Ngim, O. (2015) Management of Hepatocellular Carcinoma ,Guidelines Committee. Nigerian Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology,7 (2),77-92.
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19)    Ekanem, E. E., Ikobah, J. M., Ngim, O. E., & Okpara, H. C. (2016). Ulcerative colitis in a Nigerian child: case report. Niger J Paediatr,43 (4): 291–294.
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18)    Ngim, O. E., Ekong, M. B., Olarewaju, O. A., Essien, E. E., & Ndoma-Egba, R. E.(2014). Acute Abdomen from ruptured liver abscess in a resource poor setting –A Report of Two Cases. Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine, 13(1), 42-49.
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17)    Ngim, O. E., Ekong, M. E., Marwa, A. D., & Ndoma-Egba, R.E. (2016). A Five-Year Review of Cholecystectomy in a Hepato-Pancreato-biliary Surgery unit of the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 8(1),39–43.
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16)    Asuquo, M. E., Bassey, O. O., Etiuma, A. U., Ugare, G., & Ngim, O. (2008). A prospective study of penetrating Abdominal Trauma at the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Calabar, Southern Nigeria. Eur J Trauma Surg, 35(3),277-280.
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15)    Asuquo, M., Bassey, O., Etiuma, A., Ngim, O., Ugare, G., & Anthonia, I. (2010). Non-Operative Management of Blunt Solid Abdominal Organ Injury in Calabar,Nigeria. International Journal of Clinical Medicine, 1,31-36.
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14)     Asuquo, M. E., Ekpo, R., & Ngim, O. (2009). A prospective study of burns trauma in children in the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital., Calabar south-south Nigeria. ELSEVIER Burns 35, 433–436.
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Dr. NGIM OGBU EWEZU

Omotoso, A. J., Nnoli, M. A., Bassey, I. E., Akintomide, A. O., Ngim, O. E., & Ekanem, I. A. (2013). Histopathological analysis of appendectomy specimens in Calabar, South –Southern Nigeria. IOSR Journal of VLSI and Signal Processing, 2(6), 42-46.
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12)      Asuquo, M. E., Ekpo, R., Ngim, O., & Agbor, C. (2008). A prospective study of Burn trauma in adults at the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Calabar (South Eastern Nigeria). Eplasty, 8,e36
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Sule, M. A. (2016). Application of supervisory techniques in education management. In C. C. Uchendu & B. A. Akuegwu (Ed), Educational management: A guide for practitioners, Pp. 246 - 254.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Sule, M. A. (2016). Girl child education in Nigeria. In J. E. Okon, B. A. Akuegwu & E. S. Uko (Ed), Emerging issues in educational administration, planning and supervision, Pp. 62 - 78.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Okon, J. E. & Sule, M. A. (2005). Deregulating the Management of the Nigerian Secondary School: Wither Teacher Professionalism? In G. O. Akpa, S. U. Udoh, & E. O. Fagbamiye (Ed), Deregulating the provision and management of education in Nigeria, Pp. 346 - 352.
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11)    Asuquo, M. E., Ngim, O., Ugare, G., Omotoso, J., & Ebughe, G. (2008). Major Dermatologic Malignancies encountered in a Teaching Hospital Surgical Department in south Nigeria. Am J Clin Dermatol, 9 (6), 1.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Akpama, T. B., Okpa, O. E., & Sule, M. A (2015). School plant management and Academic staff job performance in University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria. Nigerian journal of Educational Administration and Planning, 15(3), 559 - 632.
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1)    Omotoso, A J. ,Nnoli, M. A., Bassey, I. E., Akintomide, A. O., Odusolu, P., Udor, A., Agan, T. U., & Ngim, OE. (2013). Pancreatic Tumour Mimicking Pregnancy; a Para-Neoplastic Syndrome: A    Case Report and Review of Relevant Literatures. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences, 9 (2) , 37-41.
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9)    Asuquo,M. E., Etiuma,A. U., Bassey,O. O., Ugare, G., Ngim, O., Agbor, C.,  Anthonia I., & Wilfred, N. (2010). A Prospective Study of Blunt Abdominal Trauma at the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Nigeria. Eur J Trauma Emerg Surg 36,164–8.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Sule, M. A., Ofem, W. E., & Odigwe, F. N. (2014). Parents’ socioeconomic status and students’ entrepreneurial business venture choices in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration Planning and Research, 6(1), 82 - 91.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Ekanem, E. E., Sule, M. A. & Ekpiken, W. E. (2011). Perceptions of ‘gender helplessness’ in studying educational costs by educational planning students in Universities in Rivers State and its imperative for knowledge management. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration & Planning, 11(1), 105 - 118. 
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Alade, F. O., Ekuri, E. E., Odigwe, F. N., & Sule, M. A. (2010). Perceived relevance of entrepreneurial education in poverty alleviation among unemployed graduates in Cross River State. The Calabar Counsellor, 4(4), 148 - 153.
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8)    Ngim, O. E., Udosen, J., Essiet, A., Efem, S. E. E., & Bassey, O. O. (2013). Acute Intestinal Obstruction from Post Operative Adhesions in a Tertiary health Facility, South-South, Nigeria: A one year prospective study. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences, 7(2), 40-43.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

James E. O., Asim, E. A., Uko, E. S., & Sule, M. A. (2009). Effective techniques for funding, organization and management of school-based reforms in Nigerian public secondary schools. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies, 16(1), 219 - 227.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Okon, J. E., Uko, E. S. & Sule, M. A. (2008). Educational qualification as Secondary school principals’ demographic variables in choice of conflict resolution options. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration & Planning, 8(1), 287 - 297.
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1)    Ngim, O. E. , Ikobah, J. M., Ukpabio, I., Bassey, G. E., & Ekanem, E. E. (2014). Pediatric Endoscopy in Calabar, an Emerging Trend – Challenges and Prospects: A Report of Two Cases. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences, 13(1), 28-30.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Undie, J. A., Sule, M. A. & Ukwayi, G. (2006).  Academic staff perception of funding initiatives for tertiary institutions in Cross River State. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration & Planning, 6(2), 121-129.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Undie, J. A., Udida, L. A. & Sule, M. A. (2005). Principals’ perception of educational quality in public and private Secondary schools in Cross Southern Senatorial District. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration & Planning, 5(2), 135-140.
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 Ngim, O. E. , Okonkwo,  UC., & Kooffreh – Ada, M. (2014). Pioneering Video Colonoscopy In Calabar, South-South, Nigeria: A Six-Month Prospective Study. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences, 13(1), 24-27 .
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Sule, M. A., Oji, G. O., & Ekuri, E. E. (2005). Teachers’ Attitude to Retirement as Related to Family variable. Global Journal of Educational Research, 4(1), 53 - 57.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Odigwe, F. N., Okoi, I. I. & Sule, M. A. (2016). Pressure groups and Governance of Secondary Education in functional Democracy in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Scientific Research and Management, 4(8), 4567 - 4572.
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1)    Ngim, O. E., Edentekhe, T., Kalu, Q., Ekong, M., Onwuadika, P., Chukwu, B., Etiuma, A. U., Essiet, A., &Ndoma-egba, R.(2014). First Laparoscopic Appendicectomy in a Tertiary Health Facility in Calabar, Nigeria-A Case Report: Prospects and Challenges. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences, 13(4),32-34.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Osim, R. O., Sule, M. A., & Uko, E. S. (2016). Building leadership succession plan for sustainable development in Universities in Cross River State, Nigeria. Contemporary Journal of Inter-disciplinary Studies, 6(5), 172 - 180.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Odigwe, F. N., Sule, M. A., Alade, F. O. (2016). Perceptions of University of Calabar professional women on the attainment of peaceful society through gender education in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Educational and Social Research, 6(1), 129 - 132.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Sule, M. A., Ameh, A., & Egbai, M. E. (2015). Instructional supervisory practices and teachers’ role effectiveness in public secondary schools in Calabar South Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Education and Practice, 6(23), 43 - 47.
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1)    Ngim, O. E., Ago, B. U., Ogbudu, S., Nwagboso, C., Echei, C., Etiuma, A.U., Bassey, O.O., & Ndoma-Egba, R. (2014). Huge metastatic multicystic ovarian cancer with liver involvement: A case Report . Journal of Cancer Treatment and Research, 2(3), 21-26.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Sule, M. A., & Alade, F. O. (2013). The utility of educational incentives for national transformation: evidence from Cross River State. African Journal of Education and Technology, 3(1), 95 - 103.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Ekuri, E. E., Alade, F. O., Sule, M. A., & Odigwe, F. N. (2013). Correlates of unemployed graduates’ perceptions of the importance of entrepreneurial education in poverty alleviation in Cross River State, Nigeria. Research in Education, 89, 82-84.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Sule, M. A. (2013). The influence of principal’s supervisory demonstration strategy on teachers’ job performance in Nigeria secondary schools. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 11(1), 39 - 44.
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3)    Ngim, O. E., Marwa, A. D., Ekong, M., & Ndoma-Egba, R. (2014). Presentation of Pancreatic Cancer in a Dedicated Hepato-Pancreato-   Biliary Surgery Unit of a Tertiary Health Facility, South-South, Nigeria: A Four Year Prospective Study. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences , 13(1),01-03.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Sule, M. A., Festus, O. A., & Alade, F. O. (2012). Principal’s classroom visitation and Inspection and Teacher job performance in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, 2(11), 106 - 111.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Sule, M. A., Emmanuel, N. O., Nkama, V., & Adeyemi, J. (2012). Teachers’ record keeping as related to teacher job performance in Cross River State Secondary schools, Nigeria. Journal of Education and Practice, 3(16), 154 - 159.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

John, A. Undie., Sule, M. A., & Ubom, B. (2012). Entrepreneurship education: trends, challenges and possibilities in Nigerian higher education. Journal of Modern Education Review, 2(4), 279 - 285.
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Dr. Mary Anike Sule

Bassey, U. U., Akuegwu, B. A., Udida, L. A., Uchendu, C. C., Sule, M. A. & Emmanghe, E. E. (2006). Administrative special needs students in inclusive Education in Universities in Cross River State, Nigeria: problems & prospects. African Journal of Special Educational Needs, 4(2), 220 - 230.
1405

Dr. NGIM OGBU EWEZU

2)    Okonkwo, U., Bello, R., Ngim, O.,& Nwagbara, V. (2016). Characteristics of Hepatocellular Carcinoma in Two Tertiary Hospitals in Nigeria – Has anything Changed? International Journal of Science, 5, 43-48.
1406

Dr. NGIM OGBU EWEZU

1)    Ngim, O. E., Okonkwo, U. C.,  Kooffreh-Ada, M., Marwa, A., Ukpabio, I., & Ndoma-Egba, R. (2017). A Two Year Review of Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy in Calabar, Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences, 16(5), 31-34.
1407

Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Akwuegwu, B. A., Uchendu, C. C. & Odigwe, F. N. (2013). Assessing Universities Lecturers’ engagement in Innovative Teaching with Technology in Cross River State, Nigeria. African Journal of Higher Education Studies and Development (AJHESD), 1(1), 55 - 63.
1408

Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Odigwe, F. N. & Essien, E. S. (2017). Manpower Production Processes in Secondary Schools and the Development of the Total Person in Calabar Education zone, Cross River State, Nigeria. Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives, 6(1), 119 -127.
1409

Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Okoi, I. I.  & Odigwe, F. N. (2016). Institutional Sources of Finances and Sustainable National Development Programmes in University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration Planning and Research (IJEAPR), 16(2), 403 – 412.
1410

Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Odigwe, F. N. & Okoi, Ikpi I. (2017). Financial Literacy and Management of Personal Finance among Undergraduates in University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration Planning and Research (IJEAPR), 9(1), 26 -39.
1411

Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Odigwe, F. N., Sule, M. A. & Okoi, I. I. (2015). Environmental Education as a Panacea for Sustainable Environmental Development in Nigeria: The Role of Universities.  International Journal of Educational Administration Planning and Research (IJEAPR), 7(2), 162-175.
1412

Prof. Anthony E. Akpan

Akpan, A. E., Ugbaja, A. N., Okoyeh, E. I., & George, N. J. (2018). Assessment of spatial distribution of contaminants and their levels in soil and water resources of Calabar, Nigeria using geophysical and geological data. Environmental Earth Sciences, 77(1), 13.
1413

Mrs. Ohanyere Lilian Onyinye

Ohanyere,Lilian Onyinye.and Bassey Oben. “ La Crise d’Identité des immigrés africains en Europe dans Labyrinthe des Sentiments de Tahar Ben Jalloun LE BRONZE – University of Benin Journal of French Studies, 4.2,(2016),147 – 160.
1414

Mrs. Ohanyere Lilian Onyinye

AYENI,QUEEN OLUBUKOLA and OHANYERE, LILIAN ONYINYE.(2017) "La Politique de Diffusion des Langues Europhone au sein de la CEDEAO" Degel Journal of the Faculty of Arts and Islamic Studies,UDUS SOKOTO (DEGEL JOURNAL).15.0,(2017)
1415

Dr. Edo idongesit Akpan

Traditional Rulers,Instrument of Mobilization and the Maintenance of Insecurity in Nigeria ( Dr s Phenson U., Charity,A.and Edo,Idongesit).The Business Master:Journal of the Faculty of Business Studies.Ignatius Ajuru University of Education:PH,(ISSN:1696-9932),4.1,(2016)Pg124-146
1416

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter. “From Maledication to Benediction: Acceptance of Self and Healing In Derek Walcott’s Another Life.” LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research.
1417

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter and Chris Egharevba. “Identity, History and Compassion in Derek Walcott’sIn a Green Night.” Asian Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities.
1418

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (1989) “A Review of Ifeyinwa Lekwa’s Bountiful Harvests.” Other Voices in Nigerian Literature. Eds. Chris Nwamuo and Onokome Okome. Calabar.Literary Club 4-6
1419

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (1989) “The Journey Homeward,” “The Earth Celebrates,” “ The Roofless Poor.” Other Voices in Nigerian Literature. Eds. Chris Nwamuo and Okome Onokome. Calabar. Calabar Literary Club 4-6
1420

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter “The Poetry of Dennis Brutus”. Masterpieces of African Literature. Eds. Kalu Uka, Ude Eko, Bassey Ekpenyong, Joe Ushie, Ini Uko and Peter Onwudinjo. Lagos. A Mace Books Sunbird Africa Media Limited Production. 516-519
1421

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter. (1991) "The Poet as a Historian. “A Study of T.C Nwosu’s Sirens of the Spirit. ”Calabar Studies in African Literature. Ibadan. Heinemann Educational Books.Ltd. 50-59
1422

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (1990) “Living in the Lull”, “Zillion Tendernesses,” “Before the World Began.” “Homecoming.”Other Voices in Nigerian Literature. Calabar. Calabar Literary Club, 1-4
1423

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (1987) “Approaches to the Teaching of Poetry in Nigerian Junior Secondary Schools: Problems and Prospects. ” Calabar Studies in African Literature, Ibadan: Heinemann Educational Books Ltd.
1424

Dr. Edo idongesit Akpan

In the Linguistic Valley: Issues in Language Planning and the Universal Basic Education (UBE).Accepted for publication by Ritman International Journal of Humanities (RIJOH).1.1,(2017),Pg 42-55
1425

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (2007) De Wahala for Wazobia. Calabar.Wusen Publishers in Collaboration with University of Calabar Press
1426

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (2006) Camp Fire Songs.Calabar.Wusen Publishers in Collaboration with University of Calabar Press
1427

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (2006) Songs of Wazobia.Calabar. University of Calabar Press 2006
1428

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (2006) Because I’m Woman.Calabar Wusen Publishers in Collaboration with University of Calabar Press
1429

Dr. Edo idongesit Akpan

Analyzing Political Communication from the Nigerian Perspective.(with Dr Akpan,O.) Journal of Arts and Culture.11.1,2016.Pg 9-21
1430

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (2006) Songs of the Fire Place. Calabar University of Calabar Press Wusen Publishers
1431

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (2000) Women of Biafra and Other Poems. Lagos: Double Diamond Publications.
1432

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Ikonne, Chidi, Emelia Oko and Peter Onwudinjo Eds. (1992) Children and African Literature. Ibadan. Heinemann Educational Books. 219
1433

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Ikonne, Chidi, Emelia Oko and Peter Onwudinjo (1991) Eds. African Literature and African Historical Experience. Ibadan. Heinemann Educ. Books, 136
1434

Dr. Edo idongesit Akpan

A Sociolinguistic Analysis of the Contemporary Register of Politics:A Case Study of Akwa Ibom Political Domain. ( Dr Udeh, F) Journal of Social Policy and Society.11.1,(2016),Pg 9-21
1435

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (2016) Songs of Biafra. Calabar: Wusen Publishers
1436

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (2011) “The Theme of Invisibility and the Quest for Identity in Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man. ”CAJOLIS: Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies. 15 (2)., 66-84
1437

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (2011) “The Image of the Military in Contemporary Nigerian Poetry. ”CALEL Currents in African Literature and the English Language. 7 149-163
1438

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter. (2011) “A Socio-Linguistic Study of Colour, Kinship and Time Terms in the Traditional African Society: The Example of the Ihiala Igbo of Anambra State, Nigeria.” Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies. 7 123-140
1439

Dr. Edo idongesit Akpan

A Critical Analysis of the Editorial Contents of two Nigerian Newspapers in the Month of March 2013.(Dr. Nyarks,A)International Journal of Advancement in Development Studies.10.2,(2016),Pg 101-109
1440

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (2010) “The Search for Genesis in Derek Walcott’s The Castaways and Other Poems.” Calabar Studies in Languages. 16 (1)., 98 -118
1441

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter and Lawrence Egberibin. (2010) “Style in the Poetry of Niyi Osundare. ”Calabar Studies in Languages. 16 (1)., 64-82
1442

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (2005) “The Bones Shall Rise Again;” “The Village has Disappeared;” “Tufia for Prohibitions.”ANACROSS: Journal of the Association of Nigerian Authors,Cross River Chapter. 1 (1)., 50-56
1443

Dr. Edo idongesit Akpan

The Basic Sociolinguistic Features of Language Use in Political Campaign Speeches.(with Dr Aniekan Nyarks). Journal of Arts and Culture.10.1,(2015),Pg 99--111)
1444

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (2005) “Political Consciousness in Contemporary Nigerian Poetry: A Study of Ada Ugah’s” Naked Hearts and Ballads of the Unknown Soldier. Ndunode: Calabar Journal of the Humanities. 6 (1)., 62-73
1445

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (2004) “Cynicism: The Idiom of Social Criticism in Femi Fatobas’s Petals of Thought.” Uyo Journal of Humanities. 9 217-230
1446

Dr. Edo idongesit Akpan

Analysis of Political Campaign Speech Styles in Akwa Ibom State (with Mensah, E.) International Journal of Linguistics and Communication (IJOLAC).Department of Linguistics and Communication Studies, Faculty of Arts, University of Calabar.4.1,(2017),Pg 96-111
1447

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (2003) “ Language in Culture and Society: A Linguistic Study of Substance and Form”. CAJOLIS: Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies. 4 (1)., 177-193
1448

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (2002) “The Marooned Caribbeans: Themes of Race and Colour in Jean Rhys’ Wide Sargasso Sea.”Ndunode: Calabar Journal of the Humanities 3 (2)., 182-192
1449

Dr. Edo idongesit Akpan

Language Use at Political Campaigns:Why Politicians are not Communicating.Journal of Arts and Humanities.11.1,(2014),Pg 81-88
1450

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (2002) “History, Law and Characterization in Twefik al Hakim’s The Sultan’s Dilemma. ”Global Journal of Humanities. 1 (1)., 43-50
1451

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (1992) “Songs of Heroes.” Ase Journal of Contemporary Poetry. 1 (2)., 45
1452

Dr. Edo idongesit Akpan

Peculiar qualities of distinction between Nigerian English and Received Pronunciation (RP) (with Dr Nyarks,A).International Journal of Language and Communication Studies.7.1 and 2,2014,Pg 62-76
1453

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (1990) “Naming the Trees in the Forest: A Linguistic Approach to Odia Ofeimun’s ‘The Messiahs.’ ” Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies. 12 (1)., 76-83
1454

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter and Chinaka Mgbojirikwe (2016) “Artistic Vision of Pidgin and Yabis in Fela’s Afrobeat. ”International Journal of Development Research. 6 (7)., 8560-8567
1455

Dr. Edo idongesit Akpan

Speech Idiosyncrasies in Political Communication.(with Prof Offiong Ani Offiong).Journal of Communication and Culture:International Perspective,6.1,2015,Pg 43-63
1456

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter and Chinaka Mgbojirikwe (2016) “The Dynamics of Revolutionary Appeal in Fela’s Songs.” International Journal of Arts and Commerce. 5 (4) 54-63
1457

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Mgbojirikwe, Chinaka and Peter Onwudinjo. (2015) “The Poetry and the Revolutionary Vision of Ossie Enekwe.” International Journal of Arts and Commerce. 4, (4)., 73-88
1458

Dr. Edo idongesit Akpan

A Sociolinguistic Analysis of Language and Politics in Akwa Ibom State.(with Dr Okokon Akpan).Journal of Social and Policy Issues.11.1,2014,Pg 167-176
1459

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter and Chris Egharebva (2012) “The Dimension of the Common Man in Derek Walcott’s Omeros: An Intertextual Approach.” LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research. 9, (1)., 206-2 16
1460

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (2011) “Pragmatic Approaches to the Selection and Teaching of Poetry in Schools”. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research. 8 (3)., 169-180
1461

Dr. Edo idongesit Akpan

Different Language Situations:The Issue of Register. NDUNODE:Calabar Journal of The Humanities.Faculty of Arts,University of Calabar. 10.1,(2013),Pg 62-75
1462

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter (1991) “The Green Horns.” The Literary Review: An International Journal of Contemporary Writing, Fairleigh Dickenson University, Madison, New Jersey, USA. 34, (4)., 555
1463

Prof. PETER MARTIN ONWUDINJO

Onwudinjo, Peter “Of Griefs Beyond Words. (1991) The Literary Review: An International Journal of Contemporary Writing, Fairleigh Dickenson University, Madison, New Jersey, USA. 34, (4)., 555
1464

Dr. Edo idongesit Akpan

Language variations:An Ethnolinguistic Study of Ikono Speech Community.African Journal of Arts and Cultural Studies,6.2,(2013),Pg 71-79
1465

Mrs. Ogbonna Ekaete Emeka

Babson,Ajibade and Ekaete E.Ogbonna.“Between Fashion and Costume Design:Establishing Social and Historical Links”.Published in the Global Journal of Humanities. Calabar:Bachudo Sciences Co.Ltd,5.2,(2006),pp.27-30.
1466

Mrs. Ogbonna Ekaete Emeka

Gabriel,B.Egbe and Ekaete,E.Ogbonna .“Visual Arts and Literacy Instruction:Implications for the Classroom”.Published in the Journal of Applied Literacy and Reading.Port Harcourt: Double Diamond Publications, 2.0,(2004),259-65
1467

Mrs. Ogbonna Ekaete Emeka

Ogbonna,Ekaete Emeka.Visual Arts and Entrepreneurial Development:The Case of Ceramics Instruction for Secondary Schools.Published in the Global Journal of Academic Research.Uyo:IMK Prints Ltd,2.1,(2018)39-49
1468

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Ekwok, I. C. and Ajake, A. O. (2014). An Assessment of Electricity Power Supply on the Socio-economic Activities of the Residents of Calabar Metropolis. In EBSU Journal of Social Sciences Review,4,(2),104-111.
1469

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Offiong, R. A., Ajake, A.O., Ochiche, C. A. and Ekpe, I. A. (2014). Effect of Deforestation on Biodiversity Loss in Okobo Local Government Area, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. In the Nigerian Geographical Journal, New Series. 9,(2),82-92.
1470

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Eja, E. I. and Ajake, A. O. (2013) Tourism Event as a Catalyst for Crime Rate Assessment in a Residential Neighbourhoods in Calabar South, Nigeria (Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspective. 2,(1),
1471

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Ewa, E. I., Iwara, A. I., Ajake, A. O., Otu, C. A. and Ukata, S. U. (2012): “Effect of Hydrocarbon Pollution on the Population Density of Egeria radiata (lamerck), Galatae Paradoxa (Born), Donacidae in
1472

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Aniah, E. J., Eja, E. I., and Ajake, A. O. (2012): The Challenges and Prospects of Hospitality Industry in Calabar as a Tourism Destination: In Nigerian Journal of Social and Development Issues. 9,(2),86-100.
1473

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Amalu, T. E., Ajake, A. O., Oba, D. O. and Ewa, E. I. (2011) An Assessment of Tourism Benefits to the Becheeve people of Obudu Mountain Resort, Cross River State, Nigeria” In Greener Journal of Social Sciences. 2,(1),028-040,
1474

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Ajake, A. O. (2016).Tourism Marketing Strategies Performance: Evidence from the development of peripheral areas in Cross River State, Nigeria. In GeoJournal: Spatially Integrated Social Sciences and Humanities,81,(4),641-656.
1475

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Amalu, T. E., Ajake, A. O. and Obi, P. O. (2016). Impact of Royalties from Forest Resources on Community Development in Boki Local Government in Cross River State, Nigeria. In GeoJournal: Spatially Integrated Social Sciences and Humanities, 81,(3),475-487.
1476

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Abua, M. A. and Ajake, A. O. (2014). Water Quality around Animal Dung in Adiabo River Catchment of Odukpani Local Government Area of Cross River State–Nigeria. In International Multidisciplinary Research Journal, 2,(1).1-5.
1477

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Eni, D. I., Atu, J. E. and Ajake, A. O. (2014). Laterite Exploitation and its Impact on
1478

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Amalu, T. E. and Ajake, A. O. (2014). Appraisal of Solid Waste Management Practices in Enugu City, Nigeria. Journal of Environment and Earth Science,4,(2),97-105.
1479

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Ajake, A. O. (2015). Influence of Marketing Strategies on Tourists’ Choice of Destination Area in Cross River State, Nigeria. In American Journal of Tourism Management.4,(3),61-76.
1480

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Ochiche C. A., Ajake, A. O. and Okpiliya, F. I. (2013): Spatio-temporal Distribution of Rural Markets in Bekwara Local Government Area of Cross River State of Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science.16,(3)104 –112.
1481

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Abua, M. A. and Ajake, A. O. (2013): Assessment of Soil Quality Status under Different land-use in Akpabuyo Local Government Area of Cross River State – Nigeria. In International journal of Agriculture Innovations and Research. 2,(1),137–140.
1482

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Eneji, C. V.O.,Eneji, J.E. O.,Egbe, C. A., Ajake, A. O.,Mgbekem, M. A.,Eni, D. D., Oko, P. E. and Ojong, O. E. (2010): Urban Infrastructural Development, Environmental Decay and Human Health. In Journal of Agriculture,Biotechnology and Ecology,3,(3),114-126.
1483

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Cyprian, A. E., Margaret, A., Ajake, A. O. Emmanuel, E. and Chris-Valentine O. E. (2010): Impact of Conservation Activities of Non-Governmental Organizations on Sustainable Tourism and Economic Growth in Cross River State, Nigeria. In Annals of Humanities and Development Studies,1,(1),73-115,
1484

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Ewa, E. E., Iwara A. I., Adeyemi J. A.., Eja, E. I., Ajake, A. O. and Otu, C. A. (2011): Impacts of Industrial Activities on Water Quality of Omoku Creek. In Sacha Journal of Environmental Studies.1,(2),8-16.
1485

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Obafemi, F. N. and Ajake, A. O. (2001): “Economics and the Environment: The Circular Flow of Income” In International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy.4,(2),110-119,
1486

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Francis E. B. and Ajake, A.O. (2001): A Participation Assessment of Village Land and Forest Use Systems in the Mountain Settlement of Okorshie, Cross River State: In International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy.4,(1),107-118.
1487

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Francis E. B. and Ajake, A. O. (2001): “An Economic Analysis of Women’s Dependence on Forest Resources in the Rainforest Communities of South Eastern Nigeria”. In Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, volume 7,(2), 345-350.
1488

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Bisong, F. E. and Ajake, A. O. (2002): “Forest Regeneration Stages and Livelihood Security of Rural Women in the Rainforest of Cross River State, South Eastern Nigeria” In Roan: The Journal of Conservation, 1,(1),94-108.
1489

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Ajake, A. O. and Aniah, E. J. (2009). “Invigorating Forest Employment for Sustainable Rural Economic Development in the Rainforest Communities of Cross River State, Nigeria”. In Nigerian Journal of Social and Development Issues. 6,(2),46 – 61.
1490

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Ajake, A. O. and Okpiliya, F. I. (2009), “Determinants of Forest Resources Utilization in Cross River State, Nigeria”. In Journal of Nigerian Environmental Society (JNES), 5,(1),149 – 145.
1491

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Ajake, A. O. (2013): Integrating Indigenous Forest Exploitation Techniques as sinequanon for Sustainable Environmental Management in Cross River State, Nigeria. (Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspective;1,(2),162-172.
1492

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Ajake, A. O. (2003):”Population Changes and Food Insecurity in the Niger Delta”. In Global Journal of Social Sciences, 2,(1),45-53,
1493

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Ajake, A. O. and Abua, M. A. (2015). Assessing the Impacts of Tenure Practices on Forest Management in Cross River State, Nigeria. In Journal of Geography and Earth Sciences.3,(2),95-117.
1494

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Abua, M. A. and Ajake, A. O. (2015). Soil-vegetation Variability on a Topo-sequence in Obudu Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. In Journal of Biodiversity Management and Forestry.4,(3),1-7 33.
1495

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Ajake, A. O. (2015). Assessing the Impacts of Hospitality Industry in Enugu City, Nigeria. In American Journal of Tourism Management, 4,(3).43-53.
1496

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Eja, E. I., Ajake, A. O., and Violet E. B. (2012): Assessment of Community Perception and Participation in Eco-tourism: Cross River State National Park Scenario. In South Asian Journal of Tourism and Heritage. 5,(2),15–26.
1497

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Eja, E. I., Ajake, A. O., and Inah, S. A. (2012): The Spatial Analysis of Hotel Strata and Rate of Tourists Inflow in the Hotel Industry: Calabar Scenario. In Research on Humanities and Social Sciences. 2 (5),44-52.
1498

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Eja, E. I., Ajake, A. O., Otu, J. E. and Bernadette, N. N. (2011): Using Multiple Regression Analysis in Modeling the Role of Hospitality Industry in Cross River State. In African Research Review: An International Multidisciplinary Journal. 5 (6),231-238.
1499

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Eja, E. I., Ajake, A. O., and Ojikpong, B. E. (2012). Spatio-temporal Variation of Patronage: Cross River State Carnival Scenario. In American International Journal of Contemporary Research,2(6),228-237.
1500

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Amalu, T. E., Ajake A. O.,
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Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Eja, E. I., Ajake, A. O., Violet E. B. and Bernadette, N. N. (2011): Seasonal Changes on resort patronage in Cross River State – Nigeria. In European Journal of Tourism, Hospitality and Recreation. 2(2),19-30.
1502

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Amalu, T. E. and Ajake, A. O. (2012): An Assessment of the Employment Structure in Tourism Industry of Obudu Mountain Resort, Cross River State, Nigeria. In GeoJournal of Tourism and Geosites, 1,(9).
1503

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Amalu, T. E. and Ajake, A. O. (2012), An Assessment of the Influence of Calabar Carnival on the Economy of Residents of Calabar Metropolis, Cross River State, Nigeria. In Global Journal of Human Social Science (B), Geography and Environmental Geosciences, 12,(10), 65–74.
1504

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Iwara, A. I., Ajake, A. O., Deckor, T. N., Essoka, P. A. and Offiong, R. A. (2013). Influence of Soil Properties on the Distribution of roadside flora species in Tinapa resort, Cross River State. In International Journal of European Research Output,1 (3).48 -61.
1505

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Ajake, A. O., Essoka, P. A.; Atu, J. E., and Offiong, R. A. (2013): Assessment of Forest Resource Use in Akamkpa Local Government Area, Cross River State. In International Journal of European Research Output, 1(3),90–106.
1506

Prof. ANIM OBONGHA

Ajake, A. O., Bisong, F. E., and Eze, B. E. (2013),A Preliminary Assessment of an “Uncharted” Ecotourism Asset: The case of Esori Waterfall in Cross River State, South Eastern Nigeria: In American Journal of Tourism Research, 2(1),95-100.
1507

Amalu, U. C. and Isong A. Isong (2017b) Long-term Impacts of Climate Variables on Agricultural Lands in Calabar, Nigeria: II Degradation of Physical properties of Soils.  Nigerian Journal of Crop Science,  4: (2) 95 – 102.
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Amalu, U. C. and Isong A. Isong (2017a) Long-term Impacts of Climate Variables on Agricultural Lands in Calabar, Nigeria:  I. Trend Analysis of Rainfall, Temperature and Relative Humidity. Nigerian Journal of Crop Science,  4: ( 2)  79 - 94.
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Amalu, U. C. (2016)  Properties And Fertility Status Of Soils Supporting Pineapple (Ananas Comosus L. [Merr.]) in Select- Communities of Cross River State, South-East Nigeria.  Nigerian Journal of Crop Science, 3: (1) 78-91.
1510

Amalu, U. C. and Isong A. Isong (2015) Land Capability And Soil Suitability Studies  Of Some “Acid Sand” Soils Supporting Oil Palm (Elaeis Guineensis Jacq.) Trees In Calabar, Nigeria. Special Edition of the Nigerian Journal of Soil Science, 25: 92- 109.
1511

Amalu, U. C. (2014) Introduction And Sustainable Use Of Bio-pesticides For Environmental Health, Safety And Food Security(An Invited Lead Paper) Nigerian Journal of Bio-pesticides. 1: (1) 144 – 151.
1512

Amalu, U. C. 2014 Organic Agriculture Imperatives and Sustainable Intensification of Agriculture: Safer Foods From Safer Environments For An Exploding Population In Sub-Saharan Africa (Nigeria). Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Ecology. (China)  7: (1) 1-19.
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Amalu, U. C. and P. B. Okon (2015)  Nitrolimigation: A Nutrient-in-Water Resource for Sustainable Crop Production on ‘Acid Sands’ of Southern Nigeria. Journal of Plant Nutrition, 38:(7) 988-1005.
1514

Amalu, U. C.  and P. E. Usuah  2014. Effect of some “Live” and “Mixed Dry Organic” mulches on selected soil Physical and Chemical Properties and Yields of two Cocoyam (Xanthosoma sagittifolium (L.) Schott) Cultivars in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Crop Science, 2: (1) 26-33
1515

Amalu, U. C. (2013) Agricultural Education And Extension Services In Sub-Saharan Africa: Educational Institutions And Challenges Of New Task Domains And Emerging Paradigms. Annals of Modern Education, 5: (1), 96-119.
1516

Eneji, Egrinya A. P. Robiul Islam and U. C. Amalu,  2013.  Nitrate retention and physiological adjustment of maize to soil amendment with superabsorbent polymers. Journal of Cleaner Production,  52: 474-480
1517

Obalum, S.E., U. C. AMALU, M. E. Obi and  T. Wakatsuki (2011), Soil Water Balance And Grain Yield Of Sorghum Under No-Till Versus Conventional Tillage With Surface Mulch At The Derived Savanna Zone Of Southeastern Nigeria. Experimental Agriculture, 47: (1)  89–109.
1518

Amalu, U. C (2012)  The challenges of New Target groups, Task domains and Delivery processes in Agricultural Extension: A case for Interactive Learning in countries of sub-Saharan Africa. Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Ecology. 5: (1) 15 – 31.
1519

Amalu, U. C. (2008). Ecological Measures For Sustainable Agriculture in sub- Saharan Africa. Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Ecology. (China) 1: (1) 1 – 24.
1520

Amalu, M. N. and U. C. Amalu (2011) The situation and solutions of    institutional       and community based rehablitation for persons with mental and physical disabilities in sub-saharan Africa. Annals of Modern Education, 3: (1)  12 – 20.
1521

Iren, O. B. and U. C. Amalu (2012).   Forms and Status of Potassium in some Soils supporting Oil Palm (Elaeis guineensis, Jacq.) Plantations in Cross River State, Nigeria.  Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 43: (14) 1949 – 1962.
1522

Okon, P. B., Ogeh, J. S. and   Amalu, Uche  C.  (2005). Effect of Rice Hush Ash and Phosphorus on some soil properties of the “acid sand soils and yield of Okra (Albemenscus esculenta). Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, (Britain) 36: (7 & 8): 833 – 845.
1523

Amalu, U. C. (2003). Plant Biotechnology and food crop development in sub-Saharan Africa. Technology in Society (America) 26: (4) 345-359.
1524

Amalu, U. C. (2005). Poverty Alleviation and Agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa: The Nigerian Experience. Journal of Agriculture, Food and Environment (Finland),  2: (3) 230-236.
1525

Amalu, U. C. (2002). Food Security: Sustainable Food Production in sub-Saharan African. Outlook on Agriculture, (London) . 31 (3), 167 – 175.
1526

Essoka, A. N., Ibanga, I. J. and U. C. Amalu, 2009) Physical Properties of the Mountain Soils of Cross River, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Soil Science, 19: (2) 52 – 59.
1527

Amalu, U. C. and A. N. Essoka (1995). Evaluation of properties of some selected soil and their effect on yield of plantain. East African Agriculture and Forestry Journal,  61:( 3) 14 – 20.
1528

Obi, M. J. O. Okorie and U. C. Amalu (1984). Climatic Water balances of selected stations in South Eastern Nigeria. African Journal of Agricultural Science.  11: (1 & 2) 91 – 107.
1529

Attoe, E. E. P. O. Abam and U. C. Amalu (2009) Properties  of  some soils under rubber (Hevea brasilliensis Muel Argo) in southern Cross River state of Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Soil Science, 19: (2). 47 – 50.
1530

Attoe, E. E. E. C. Ukpabi and U. C. Amalu (2008) Survey of properties and constraints of the ‘acid sands’ of SE Nigeria to higher yields of rubber (Hevea brasilliensis Muel Argo) tree . Global Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 4: (2)  5-.10
1531

Attoe, E. E. and U. C. Amalu (2005) Evaluation of phosphorus status of some soils under Estate Rubber (Hevea brasiliensis Muel Argo) Trees in Southern Cross River State. Global Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 4: (1)  55-61.
1532

Anibeze, C.I.P., U. C. Amalu, F. Oke and C. L. Anibeze (2004). Evaluation of the biomass and profitability of Heterobranchus Longifillis under Different environmental stocking densities. The Nigerian Academic Forum  6: (3)  20 - 24.
1533

Amalu, U. C. (2005). Agriculture, Associated Diseases and their impact on the health of Resource-poor Farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa. Journal of Agriculture, Agricultural technology and Environment, 1: (1) 1-23.
1534

Amalu, U. C. and B. F. D. Oko  (2001) Responses of water leaf (Talinum Triangulare Jacq. ) to Nitrogen and Organic Fertilizers in Calabar area of South-east Nigeria. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences. 7: (1) 7-11.
1535

Amalu, U. C. (1999). Effects of Nitrogen and potassium fertilizers on vegetative growth of young coconut palm (Cocos nucifera L). Trees. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences. 5:(2) 152 – 158.
1536

Amalu, U. C. (1999). Changes in fertility status of cassava-based farmlands under continuous cultivation in far southeast Nigeria. Global Journal of pure and Applied Sciences.  5: (1) 9 – 13.
1537

Oko, B. F. D. and U. C. Amalu (1999). Influence of Root Perimeter on the growth and yield characteristics of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L) Walp) Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences  5: (1) 21 – 21.
1538

Amalu, U. C. and N. R. B Antigha ( 2000) Physical properties and moisture retention characteristics of some coastal plain sands in Calabar, South East Nigeria. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences.  6: (2) 207 – 213.
1539

Amalu, U. C. (1998); Evaluation of properties of selected soil of Cross River State and their management for increased cassava yields. Global Journal of  Pure and Applied Sciences, . 6: (2) 207 – 213.
1540

Amalu, U. C. (1998). Properties and relationship among fertility indices of some coastal plain sands under rubber (Hevea brasilleinsis Muel Agro) trees.  Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences (4) 349 – 355.
1541

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. & Eric, U. O. (2016). Ethical Issues in Advertising and the 2015 Electioneering: An Analysis of PDP and APC Presidential Campaigns in three Selected National Newspapers in Iwuchukwu, G. C. (Ed.) International Journal of Linguistics and Communication (IJL). University of Calabar. Department of Linguistics and Communication Studies, 1(3), 1 - 17.  
1542

Amalu, U. C. (1998) Effects of salinity of growth of Nigerian coconuts (Cocos nucifera L ). Seedlings. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences 4:(1) 15 – 66
1543

Amalu, U. C. and S. O. Abang (1997). Survey and Constraints Analysis of Yam-based cropping Practices in two Rainforest Communities of South East Nigeria.  Nigerian South East Journal of Agricultural Economics and Extension, 1: (1) 58 – 66.
1544

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. (2010). Preference for Mother Tongue Eductaion: The Case of Igbo. Journal of Languages, Linguitcs and Literature (USEM), 3, 11-18.
1545

Amalu U. C. (1997) Managing Agricultural Interventions: A case of upland rice introduction in an “Acid Sand” Soil Environment. South East Journal of Agricultural Economics and Extension, 1:  (2 & 3) 141 – 154.
1546

Amalu, U. C. (1997); Leaf sampling techniques for coconut (Cocos nucifera L) Palms: predicting fertilizer requirements using rice-grass (Paspalum spp) as Indicator plant.   Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, 3: (2) 20 – 37.
1547

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. (2014). Language Documentations and Sociolinguistic. In LWATI. A Journal of Contemporary Research, 11(2), 128 -138.
1548

Amalu, U. C. (1992); Survey of properties and constraints of the ‘acid sands’ of mid-west Nigerian to higher yields of rubber (Hevea brasilliensis muel Argo) tree.  Nigerian Journal of Agricultural Science, 5: (2) 34 – 41.
1549

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. (2011). Dynamics of Power Relationship, English vs African Languages: A cross current of a Sort. Studies in Literature and Language. Canadian Academy of Oriented and Occidental Culture, 2(3), 168 -178.
1550

Amalu, U. C. (1991) A Trace Element survey of soils of coconut growing areas of southern Nigeria.  Nigerian Journal Palms and oil seed, 12: 78 - 90.
1551

Amalu, U. C. (1990) Mineral nutrient of the coconut (Cocos nucifera L) II. Influences of nutrient deficiencies of Leaf Chemical composition of seedlings.  Nigerian Journal of agricultural Science  5: (1) 54 – 63.
1552

Amalu, U. C. (1990) Effect of continuous cultivations of intercrops on the fertility   of coconut plantation soil.  Nigerian Agricultural Journal  24: (3) 87 – 95.
1553

Dr. Offiong E. Ebong

Ebong, Offiong Erete and Nwagwu Chinweze."Le Bilibguisme (Anglais and Francais):Une Porte d’Entree pour l’Evolution Economique au Nigeria" Degel Journal of the Faculty of Arts and Islamic Studies,UDUS SOKOTO (DEGEL JOURNAL).15.0,(2017).
1554

Amalu, U. C. (1990) Effect of continuous cultivations of intercrops on the fertility   of coconut plantation soil. Nigerian Agricultural Journal  24: (3) 87 – 95.
1555

Amalu, U. C (1990) Effect of salinity on two cultivars of Nigerian tall coconut: Leaf chemical composition.  Nigerian Agricultural Journal, 24: (2)  87 - 95.
1556

Amalu, U. C. and G. O. Obigbesan (1990), Some Characteristics of selected soil profiles in the coconut – growing areas of Southern Nigeria. Nigerian Agricultural Journal, 24: (2)  27 – 36.
1557

Dr. Offiong E. Ebong

Ebong,Offiong Erete and Ayeni,Queen Olubukola "Les Connaissances Linguistiques et Extralinguistiques dans la Traduction". The Parnassus. University of Uyo Journal of Cultural Research.10.0,(2014),pp 55 - 66.
1558

Amalu, U. C. ( 1989b) Studies of potassium in soils supporting Coconuts in Southern Nigeria: Potassium supplying power. Nigerian Journal of Palms and Oil Seeds, 10: 32 - 39.
1559

Amalu, U. C. ( 1989a) Studies of potassium in soils supporting Coconuts in Southern Nigeria: Potassium status and relationships with some soil properties. Nigerian Journal of Palms and Oil Seeds, 10: 23 – 31.
1560

Amalu, U. C. and G. O. Obigbesan (1989), Studies of Soils supporting Coconuts in Southern Nigeria: Fertility status and its influence on coconut leaf nutrient composition. Nigerian Journal of Palms and Oil Seeds, 10:  11 – 22.
1561

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Ugot, M., Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. & Atsu, E. (2015). Human Rights, Language Use and Social Abuse in Cross River State, Nigeria. Mediterranean Journal of Social of Social Sciencs, 6(1), 210-217.
1562

Dr. Offiong E. Ebong

Odey,Veronica Ebi and Ebong,Offiong Erete "Adjectifs Dérivés des Noms Propres:Formation et Problèmes d’Emploi" Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies,(CAJOLIS),18(1)(2014)pp.159 -176.
1563

Amalu, U.C. (1988) Boron Deficiency symptoms and status of boron in coconuts (Cocos nucifera L.) and supporting soils of Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agronomy, 3: (1) 115 - 119.
1564

Amalu, U. C., D. O. Ataga and U. Omoti (1988) The Distribution of Nutrient elements in the leaves of Nigerian tall coconuts Nigerian Journal of Palms and Oil Seeds, 9: (1)  2 – 15.
1565

Amalu, U. C., D. O. Ataga and U. Omoti (1987) A note on the growth characteristics of two cultivars of Nigerian tall Coconuts. Nigerian Journal of Palms and Oil Seeds, 8: 115 -121.
1566

Dr. Offiong E. Ebong

Ebong,Offiong Erete and Ayeni,Queen Olubukola "De la traduction des Pidgins et des Nigerianismes dans la Littérature Nigériane Contemporaine".Journal of Linguistics,Language and Culture.1(3),(2014),pp.15-31.
1567

Dr. Offiong E. Ebong

Ebong,Offiong Erete and Ayeni,Queen Olubukola "Le Rôle de l’Intégration Régional dans l’Enjeu de la Mondialisation".Calabar Journal of Francophone Studies. (RETFRAC),(on line)ISSN 1596-647X.12(1),(2013)pp.127-138.
1568

Dr. Offiong E. Ebong

Ebong,Offiong Erete (2012)"A Propos d’un Bilinguisme Etatique.(Anglais-Français) au Nigeria".Calabar Journal of Francophone Studies(RETFRAC),11(3),pp 24-43.
1569

Dr. Offiong E. Ebong

Ebong,Offiong Erete "La Politique Linguistique Nigériane:Quelques Aperçus et Reflexions".Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies (CAJOLIS).15(2),(2011),pp 119- 216.
1570

Dr. Offiong E. Ebong

Samson Fabian Nzuanke and Ebong,Offiong Erete (2008) "A Propos des Théories Linguistiques et Interprétatives de la Traduction" Calabar Studies in Languages (CASIL),14(1).ISSN:0189 9360.Pp.81-90.
1571

Dr. Offiong E. Ebong

Ayeni,Queen O. and Ebong,Offiong E.(2016) "La Diversité Linguistique Nigériane: Un Défi salutaire".The International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Invention.Valley International Journal.3.4,(2016),pp.2048-2054.
1572

Dr. Offiong E. Ebong

Ebong,Offiong Erete and Ayeni,Queen Olubukola (2015) "Le Multilinguisme et l’Aménagement Linguistique au Nigeria".International Journal of Humanities and Cultural Studies.ISSN 2356-5926,2(1),pp.179-189, (2015)
1573

Dr. Offiong E. Ebong

Queen Olubukola Ayeni and Offiong Erete Ebong.“Nigerian French Language Curriculum and the Millennium Goals: Issues in the Nigerian Educational System”.LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research.13(3),(2016):1-15.
1574

Dr. Offiong E. Ebong

Ebong,Offiong Erete. Vers Une Politique Linguistique Efficace et Probante de Langue Français au Nigeria. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Reseach Methods (IJIRM),4(1),(2017),pp.8-15.
1575

Mr. Oti Friday Achu

Oti,Friday A. and Etta Tawo “Humanized Epistemology:Its implication for Education in Nigeria”Journal of Integrative Humanism;a Publication of the Department of Classic and Philosophy,University of Cape Coast,Ghana. 5.1,(2015),53-54.
1576

Mrs. Agnes Edet Offiong

Ude, V. N., Okpashi, V. E., Offiong, A. E. A., & Onwurah, I. N. E. (2018). Evaluation of pond water after the culture of Ostracods (Heterocypris incongruens): Associating toxicity with risk assessment. Journal of Research in Ecology, 6(1), 1556-1564.
1577

Mrs. Agnes Edet Offiong

Johnson I. E., & Offiong A. E. A. (2017). Teacher use of audio-based instructional package- A Tool for sustainable Education. Journal of Faculty of Education, 13(3), 53-62.
1578

Prof. Cecilia Olunwa Ekwueme

EKWUEME, C.O.; Charles-Ogan, G and Uwaezuoke, F.O.(2014). Integrating Mathematics education for a lasting culture of peace and conflict resolution on planet earth: Particular focus on Nigeria. Journal on Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies (JETERAPS), 5(4), 444 – 448(Indexed in Google Scholar).
1579

Prof. Cecilia Olunwa Ekwueme

Oladayo, Chizoba E and EKWUEME, CECILIA O. (2014). Application of Geometry for Societal Transformation and Attainment of Vision 20:20 20 in Nigeria. Asian Academic Research Journal of Multidisciplinary, 1(27), 79 – 91(ISSN 2319-2801).
1580

Dr. Emeng Gideon Imoke

G.I.Emeng “The Exclusiveness of Religions and the Socio-Religious Significance” Journal of Integrative Humanism.7.1(2016):187-196.
1581

Dr. Emeng Gideon Imoke

G.I.Emeng “The Traditional Moulding of Agbo/Igbo Imabana Children from Birth to Adulthood to become God Citizens. Studies in Sociology of Religion.4.0(2017):29-36
1582

Dr. Emeng Gideon Imoke

G.I.Emeng.“African Shrine: Intercultural influence and Prospects in the Traditional Society”.Journal of Integrative Humanism.Ghana.7.1(2011):197-204.
1583

Dr. Emeng Gideon Imoke

G.I.Emeng “The Concept of Immorality in Two Religions: A Philosophical Perspective.Journal of Integrative Humanism,Ghana.5.1(2015):96-106
1584

Dr. Emeng Gideon Imoke

Dr.E.O.Okon and G.I.Emeng “Traditional Marriage Ceremonies among Agbo/Imabana People of Cross River State, Nigeria. Review of Psychology and Social Problems. 3.1(2015):81-95.
1585

Dr. Emeng Gideon Imoke

Dr.Etim Okon and G.I.Emeng.Marriage as a Social Institution in Agbo/Imabana, Cross River State of Nigeria.Review of Psychology and Social Problems.3.1 (2015):56-69.
1586

Dr. Emeng Gideon Imoke

E.O.Okon and G.I Emeng“Ethnographic Study of Agbo/Imabana Society,Culture and Religion”.Archive Behavioural Sciences.5.1(2015):58-66.
1587

Dr. Emeng Gideon Imoke

Ufre K.Iwara and G.I.Emeng “Religious Pluralism and national Development in Nigeria” Archive for Social and Behavioral Sciences.5.1(2015):1-9
1588

Dr. Veronica, Akwenabuaye Undelikwo

Ntongha, E. I. and Undelikwo, V. A. (2016).Illicit Drug Trafficking and Abuse in Nigeria:Implications on National Development. Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives.5(2),193-207.
1589

Dr. Emeng Gideon Imoke

G.I.Emeng.The Concept of Immorality in Judaic/Christian Traditions as Captured in some Religions and Philosophical Speculations.The Leajon:An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies.6.1(2014):99-108.
1590

Dr. Emeng Gideon Imoke

G.I.Emeng “How to Kill Edul-Kekol:The God of Adultery of Agbo/ Imabana of Central Cross River State Nigeria”.The Leajon;An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. 5.2(2014):122-135
1591

Dr. Emeng Gideon Imoke

G.I.Emeng Ligwomi Neneration:A Facilitator of the Socio-Cultural Development of Igbo Imabana in Cross River State,Nigeria SOPHIA 4.0,(2012)
1592

Dr. Emeng Gideon Imoke

G.I.Emeng.Truth as Determinant of Religious Faith.Global Journal of Humanities 8.1 and 2(2009):57-61
1593

Dr. Emeng Gideon Imoke

Dr.G.U.Ntamu and G.I.Emeng.“Burial Cults Mummification and Personal Immorality in Ancient Egyptian Cosmology”: African Journal of Religion, Culture and Society.1.1(2006):36-39
1594

Dr. Emeng Gideon Imoke

Emeng “The Decalogue Christian Ethics and Nigeria: Towards a Disciplined Society” SOPHIA:An African Journal of Philosophy 7.2(2005):84-93
1595

Mrs. agwunobi ,Juliana Nwakaego

1596

Mrs. agwunobi ,Juliana Nwakaego

1597

Mrs. agwunobi ,Juliana Nwakaego

1598

Mrs. agwunobi ,Juliana Nwakaego

1599

Mrs. agwunobi ,Juliana Nwakaego

1600

Mrs. agwunobi ,Juliana Nwakaego

1601

Mrs. agwunobi ,Juliana Nwakaego

1602

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Geochemical map of Great Kwa River, S. E. Nigeria. Published by the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency 2012 (under supervision of Prof. Effiom Antia)
1603

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Geochemical map of Badagry Lagoon swamp, S.W. Nigeria. Published by the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency 2012 (under supervision of Prof. Effiom Antia)
1604

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Geochemical map of mangrove swamp of Igbokoda River, S.W. Nigeria. Published by the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency 2012 (under supervision of Prof. Effiom Antia)
1605

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Geochemical map of mangrove swamp of Forcados River, Southern Nigeria. Published by the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency 2012 (under supervision of Prof. Effiom Antia)
1606

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Geochemical map of mangrove swamp of Nun River, Southern Nigeria. Published by the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency 2012 (under supervision of Prof. Effiom Antia)
1607

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Geochemical map of mangrove swamp of Andoni River, S. E. Nigeria. Published by the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency 2012 (under supervision of Prof. Effiom Antia)
1608

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Geochemical map of mangrove swamp of Qua Iboe River, S. E. Nigeria. Published by the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency 2012 (under supervision of Prof. Effiom Antia)
1609

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Geochemical map of mangrove swamp of Cross River, S. E. Nigeria. Published by the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency 2012 (under supervision of Prof. Effiom Antia)
1610

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Geochemical map of mangrove swamp of Calabar River, S. E. Nigeria. Published by the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency 2012 (under supervision of Prof. Effiom Antia)
1611

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Geochemical map of mangrove swamp of Great Kwa River, S. E. Nigeria. Published by the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency 2012 (under supervision of Prof. Effiom Antia)
1612

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2018) Salinity and pH patterns in flow-reversing surf zones at tidal frequencies: implications for estuarine plume dynamics on the Nigerian coast. (ABSTRACT submitted) U6 International Conference on Research, Innovation and Technology for African Development, Cape Peninsula, South Africa, Sept 4-6.
1613

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2018) On non-coherence in directions of wave breaker-opening angle and longshore current in mesotidal, moderate-energy surf zones, S. E. Nigeria. (ABSTRACT submitted) U6 International Conference on Research, Innovation and Technology for African Development, Cape Peninsula, South Africa, Sept 4-6.
1614

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2018) Estuarine-nearshore flow coupling as a factor in estuary ebb-delta formation and geometry: case study of Qua Iboe River, S. E. Nigeria. (ABSTRACT submitted) U6 International Conference on Research, Innovation and Technology for African Development, Cape Peninsula, South Africa, Sept 4-6.
1615

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2017) The role and potential of Nigeria’s coastal marine environment to Nigeria’s socio-economic development. 10th Forum of Nigerian National Order Merit Laureates, Abuja, December 5, 2017
1616

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2016) Coastal processes in surface and groundwaters: Case study of Nigeria. Oceanography Seminar, Institute and Faculty of Oceanography, University of Calabar November 4, 2016.
1617

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2016) Oceanography education and research: realm and realities. 80th Birthday Commemorative Lecture in Honour of Prof. U.K Enyenihi, Founding Director of the Institute of Oceanography, University of Calabar, April 24, 2016.
1618

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2016) A comparative study of tide-induced vertical oscillation asymmetries in some Nigerian coastal aquifers. 52nd Annual International Conference of Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society, Ilorin (ABSTRACT)
1619

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2015) Marine sciences research: realm and reality. Department of Marine Science and Technology Lecture, Federal University of Technology, Akure, 30th Sept., 2015
1620

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2015) Role of estuarine hydrodynamics and mouth bars in the development of offset shorelines along the Niger Delta coastline. International Conference on Deltas and Rivers in Africa, Port Harcourt, November 14 – 16, 2015 (ABSTRACT)
1621

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2015) A comparative study of self-flushing potentials of mesotidal estuaries, creeks and a tidal river, S. E. Nigeria. International Conference on Deltas and Rivers in Africa, Port Harcourt, November 14 – 16, 2015 (ABSTRACT)
1622

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2015) Coastal groundwater quality change: role of surface infiltration and subsurface influx. 27th Annual Conference of Nigerian Hydrogeological Conference, Owerri, November 1-6, 2015 (ABSTRACT)
1623

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2015) Potential sea level rise impact on Nigerian coastal aquifers in proximity to tidal surface water bodies. 27th Annual Conference of Nigerian Hydrogeological Conference, Owerri, November 1-6, 2015
1624

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2015) Use of ternary diagrams of heavy minerals to discriminate Nigerian coastal sediments. 51st Annual International Conference of Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society, Lagos
1625

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2016) Coastal vulnerability: Groundwater signatures from the Nigerian coast. In: G. Mulugeta and T. Simelane (eds), Natural and Human-Induced Hazards and Disasters in Africa. Published by Africa Institute of of South Africa for International Council Science (ICSU) – Regional Office for Africa. Chapter 12, p. 184-202.
1626

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2016) Pollution vulnerability of coastal ecosystems and contingency planning imperatives: Nigerian case study. In: G. Mulugeta and T. Simelane (eds), Natural and Human-Induced Hazards and Disasters in Africa. Published by Africa Institute of South Africa for International Council Science (ICSU) – Regional Office for Africa. Chapter 11, p. 164-183.
1627

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2014) Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Survey of the Coastal Zone of Ondo State, Southwestern Nigeria: Case study of Coastal Waters of Igbokoda. Nigerian Geological Survey Agency Occasional Paper No. 26, 108p. Published by Authority of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. ISBN: 978-978-53211-4-2.
1628

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2014) Hydrogeochemistry of Coastal Groundwater of the Littoral States of Bayelsa, Akwa Ibom and Cross River. Nigerian Geological Survey Agency Bulletin No. 53, 352p. Published by Authority of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. ISBN: 978-978-53211-5-9.
1629

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2014) Tidal Channel Sedimentation of Southeastern Coast of Nigeria. Nigerian Geological Survey Agency Bulletin No. 52, 380p. Published by Authority of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. ISBN: 978-978-53211-3-5.
1630

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2013) Pollutant Flushing Potentials of Tidal Rivers: Case Study of Calabar River, S. E. Nigeria. Nigerian Geological Survey Agency Occasional Paper No. 19, 120p. Published by Authority of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. ISBN: 978-978-52505-2-7.
1631

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2013) Coastal Erosion of Akwa Ibom State, S. E. Nigeria. Nigerian Geological Survey Agency Bulletin No. 45, 209p. Published by Authority of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. ISBN: 978-978-52505-1-0.
1632

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Baba Santa (2013). Sediment Geochemistry of Tidal Wetlands of Badagry Lagoon, S. W. Nigeria. Nigerian Geological Survey Agency Bulletin No. 49, 110 p. Published by Authority of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. ISBN: 978-978-52505-0-3.
1633

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Baba Santa (2013). Geochemistry of Mangrove Swamps of the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria. Nigerian Geological Survey Agency No. 48, 284p. Published by Authority of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. ISBN: 978-978-52505-3-4.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2013) Tidal and Potential Sea Level Rise Effects on Coastal Groundwater and Surface Water Bodies of Lagos and Cross River States. Nigerian Geological Survey Agency Bulletin No. 47, 207p. Published by Authority of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. ISBN: 978-978-52505-5-8.
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Antia, E. E. (2013) Longevity of Coastal Groundwater Quality of Some Niger Delta Region Communities (Igbokoda, Warri, Ogbia, Ibeno and Anantigha). Nigerian Geological Survey Agency Bulletin No. 46, 183p. Published by Authority of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. ISBN: 978-978-52-505-0-3.
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Antia, E. E. (2012) Pollutant flushing potentials of eastern Niger Delta estuaries: Phase 1- Qua Iboe River estuary (Akwa Ibom State) and Imo River estuary (Rivers State). National Centre for Marine Geosciences Final Report, 619 p.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2011) Longevity assessment of coastal groundwater quality of some Niger Delta Region communities (Igbokoda, Warri, Ogbia, Ibeno and Anantigha). National Centre for Marine Geosciences Final Report, 455p.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2011) Tidal and potential sea level rise effects on coastal groundwater and surface water bodies of Lagos and Cross River State. National Centre for Marine Geosciences Final Report, 344p.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2011) Pollutant flushing potentials of tidal rivers: Case study of Calabar River. National Centre for Marine Geosciences Final Report, 220p.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Baba Santa (2010) Sediment geochemistry of mangrove swamps/tidal flats of Badagry and Environs. National Centre for Marine Geosciences Final Report, 144p.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. Baba Santa and Okoro-kurokeme, M. P. (2010) Geochemistry of mangrove swamps of the Niger Delta Region. National Centre for Marine Geosciences Final Report, 434p.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Awvenayeri, B. (2009) Tidal channel sedimentation of S.E. Nigeria. National Centre for Marine Geosciences Interim Report, 83p.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E., Nwaokocha, K. D., Awvenayeri B. and Akpan, A. (2009) Coastal groundwater mapping of Lagos, Ondo and Delta State. National Centre for Marine Geosciences Interim Report, 188p.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E., Okoro-kurokeme, M.P. and Baba Santa (2008). Sediment and mineral type survey of the littoral states of Eastern Niger Delta (Bayelsa, Rivers, Akwa Ibom and Cross River). National Centre for Marine Geosciences Interim Report, 222p.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E., Okoro-kurokeme, M.P. and Baba Santa (2008). Sediment and mineral type survey of coastal regions of Lagos, Ondo and Delta State. National Centre for Marine Geosciences Interim Report, 160p.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E., Okoro-kurokeme, M.P. and Baba Santa (2008). Geochemical mapping of coastal regions of Rivers, Akwa Ibom and Cross River State. National Centre for Marine Geosciences Interim Report, 125p.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E., Baba Santa, Okoro-kurokeme, M. P. (2008). Geochemical mapping of coastal regions of Lagos, Ondo, Delta and Bayelsa State. National Centre for Marine Geosciences Interim Report, 131p.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Awvenayeri, B. (2008) Coastal erosion survey of Akwa Ibom State. National Centre for Marine Geosciences Interim Report, 165p.
1649

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E., Nwaokocha, K. D., Awvenayeri, B and Akpan, A. (2008) Coastal groundwater mapping of littoral states of Bayelsa, Rivers, Akwa Ibom and Cross River State. National Centre for Marine Geosciences Interim Report, 166p.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. (2014). Comparison of wet and dry season tidal cycle coastal groundwater quality parameter spatial trends: Case study of littoral states of Cross River, Akwa Ibom and Bayelsa. 26th Nigerian Hydrogeological Conference, Abuja, March, 2014.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. (2014) Comparative assessment of tidal channel sedimentation in a mesotidal coastal setting, S. E. Nigeria. First International Workshop on West African Sedimentology and Sedimentary Basins, Ibadan.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. (2014) Heavy mineral-based discrimination of Nigerian lagoon, fluvial and estuarine bottom sediments. First International Workshop on West African Sedimentology and Sedimentary Basins, Ibadan.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. (2014) Geological investigations in the coastal environment: NGSA’s contributions. 50th Annual International Conference of the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society, Benin, March, 2014. (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2014) Evolution and development of offset shorelines: case study of the southeastern coast of Nigeria. 50th Annual International Conference of the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society, Benin, March, 2014. (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E., Awvenayeri, B. and Malomo, S. (2013) Saltwater intrusion of coastal water bodies of Igbokoda, Ondo State. 49th Annual International Conference of the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society,Ibadan, March, 2013. (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E.E. and Okoro-kurokeme, M. P. (2013) Mineralogy of some Nigerian ocean-front beach sediments.49th Annual International Conference of the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society,Ibadan, March, 2013. (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia E. E. (2013) Comparative assessment of self-flushing potentials of two contiguous estuaries (Imo and Qua Iboe) of eastern Niger Delta. 49th Annual International Conference of the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society,Ibadan, March, 2013. (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. Okoro-kurokeme, M. P. and Malomo, S. (2012) Physico-chemical characteristics of coastal groundwater of the Niger Delta Region. 48th Annual International Conference of the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society, Lagos, March, 2013. (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. and Ofor, U. (2012) Inventory of microbial load dynamics in extracted coastal groundwater of the Niger Delta Region. 48th Annual International Conference of the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society, Lagos, March, 2012. (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. and Malomo, S. (2012) Potential sea level rise effects on groundwater and surface water body quality of Lagos State coastal zone: Case study of Victoria Island. 48th Annual International Conference of the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society, Lagos, March, 2012. (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. and Etukedung, H. (2012) On 2011 mid-year post-storm survey of Alfa Beach, Lagos State. 48th Annual International Conference of the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society, Lagos, March, 2012. (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. (2012) Modeling Pollutant self-flushing potentials of Nigerian coastal rivers: Case Study of Calabar River, Cross River State. 48th Annual International Conference of the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society, Lagos, March, 2012. (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2011) Climate change and coastal zone management challenges: Nigerian perspectives. 7th NCMG-NDU Geological Discourse Series, Niger Delta University, July 19, 2011
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2011) Tidal and potential sea level rise effects on coastal groundwater and surface water bodies of Lagos and Cross River State. First Akwa Ibom State University Public Lecture, June 17, 2011
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. and Malomo, S. (2011) Signatures of sea-level rise on coastal processes and resources of Nigeria. XVIII INQUA Congress, Berne (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. (2011). Coastal processes on dissipative beaches: Sea level rise implications. 47th Annual International Conference of the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society, Minna.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E., Akpofure, E. and Awvenayeri, B. (2011). Spring-neap tidal signatures in coastal groundwater and surface oscillations. 47th Annual International Conference of the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society, Minna, March 6-11, 2011. (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. and Malomo, S. (2011). Geochemical correlation charts as a palaeo-environmental analysis tool: Case study of Nigerian lagoons. 47th Annual International Conference of the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society, Minna, March 6-11, 2011. (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. and Malomo, S. (2011). Geochemical ratios of Nigerian lagoons and fluvio-estuarine sediments: Implications for environmental quality assessment. 47th Annual International Conference of the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society, Minna, March 6-11, 2011. (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. and Okoro-kurokeme, M. P. (2011). Bio-geochemistry of mangrove swamps of the Niger Delta. 47th Annual International Conference of the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society, Minna, March 6-11, 2011. (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. and Baba Santa. (2011). Geochemical associations in coastal wetland sediments: Case study of Badagry, S.W Nigeria. 47th Annual International Conference of the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society, Minna, March 6-11, 2011. (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. and Malomo, S. (2011). Comparison of coastal groundwater quality association of Nigerian littoral states. 47th Annual International Conference of the Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society, Minna..
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. and Malomo, S. (2010). Understanding coastal groundwater quality parameter relationship dynamics: Significance of correlation chart analyses. Nigerian Hydrogeological Association Annual Conference, Abuja.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E., Awvenayeri, B. and Malomo, S. (2010). Seasonal and tidal variations in coastal groundwater quality of the eastern Niger Delta region. Nigerian Hydrogeological Association Annual Conference, Abuja.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2010) Waste Management implications of coastal groundwater quality of Cross River State. Cross River State Stakeholder’s Workshop on Waste Management, Calabar.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2010) Vulnerability of coastal aquifer to sea water intrusion: Case study of Calabar, S.E. Nigeria. Cross River Basin Management Workshop, Calabar, November 11, 2010.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. and Awvenayeri, B. (2010) Coastal groundwater mapping of Lagos, Ondo and Delta States. Science Association of Nigeria Annual Conference, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. and Offor, U. (2010). Geo-microbiology of mangrove swamps and tidal flats of Nigeria. Science Association of Nigeria Annual Conference, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. Okoro-kurokeme, M. P. and Baba Santa. (2010) Mineral occurrences and mineral suites discrimination in Nigerian coastal sediments. Science Association of Nigeria Annual Conference, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Akpan, A., Antia, E. E. and Malomo, S. (2010) Geolectrical characterization of some coastal aquifers of Nigeria 46th Annual Conference of NMGS, Calabar (ABSTRACT)
1681

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E., Okoro-kurokeme, M. P. and Baba Santa (2010) Heavy mineral occurrences and mineral suites discrimination in Nigerian coastal sediments 46th Annual Conference of NMGS, Calabar (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2010) Pollution sensitivity of mangrove ecosystems of Nigeria: a conceptual model. 46th Annual Conference of NMGS, Calabar (ABSTRACT)
1683

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Baba Santa (2010) Sediment geochemical facies discrimination of Nigerian lagoons. 46th Annual Conference of NMGS, Calabar (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2010) Lunar cycle tidal forcing on coastal groundwater level: Comparative study of a mesotidal fluvial response, S. E. Nigeria. 46th Annual Conference of NMGS, Calabar (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Malomo, S. (2010) Vertical distribution patterns of some geochemical parameters in sediments of the coastal region of Nigeria. 46th Annual Conference of NMGS, Calabar (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Malomo, S. (2010) Sedimentary processes and sedimentation patterns in tidal channels: Case study of Calabar River and Qua Iboe River estuary and adjoining creeks, S. E. Nigeria. 46th Annual Conference of NMGS, Calabar (ABSTRACT)
1687

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E., Baba Santa, Okoro-kurokeme, M. P. and Malomo, S. (2010) Sediment facies of lagoons and estuaries of western coast of Nigeria. 46th Annual Conference of NMGS, Calabar (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E., Awvenayeri, B., Nwaokocha, K. D. and Malomo, S. (2010) A comparative hydrogeochemical study of coastal groundwater of Lagos, Ondo and Delta State,. 46th Annual Conference of NMGS, Calabar (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E., Awvenayeri, B. and Malomo, S. (2010) Time-series monitoring and analysis of beach dynamics adjoining a mesotidal estuary, S.E. Nigeria. 46th Annual Conference of NMGS, Calabar (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E., Awvenayeri, B. and Malomo, S. (2010) Time-series monitoring and analysis of beach dynamics adjoining a mesotidal estuary, S.E. Nigeria. 46th Annual Conference of NMGS, Calabar (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E., Baba Santa, Okoro-kurokeme, M. P. and Malomo, S. (2010) Estuarine and tidal channel sediment geochemistry of the eastern Niger Delta region. 46th Annual Conference of NMGS, Calabar (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E., Okoro-kurokeme, M. P. and Baba Santa (2010) Sediment and Mineral Type Survey of Coastal Regions of Littoral States of Eastern Niger Delta (Bayelsa, Rivers, Akwa Ibom and Cross River State Project. 5th NCMG-NDU Geological Discourse Series, Niger Delta University, February 12, 2010.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E and Okoro-kurokeme, M. P. (2010) Sediment and Mineral Survey of Coastal Region of Littoral States of Lagos, Ondo and Delta Project, 5th NCMG-NDU Geological Discourse Series, Niger Delta University, February 12, 2010.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Baba Santa (2010) Geochemical Mapping of the Coastal Regions of Lagos, Ondo, Delta and Bayelsa State Project. 4th NCMG-NDU Geological Discourse Series, Niger Delta University, January 15, 2010.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2010) Geochemical Mapping of the Coastal Regions of Rivers, Akwa Ibom and Cross River State Project. 4th NCMG-NDU Geological Discourse Series, Niger Delta University, January 15, 2010.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2010) Coastal Groundwater Mapping of the Littoral States of Bayelsa, Rivers, Akwa Ibom and Cross River Project. 3rd NCMG-NDU Geological Discourse Series, Niger Delta University, January 12, 2010.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2010) Tidal Channel Sedimentation, S.E. Nigeria Project. 2nd NCMG-NDU Geological Discourse Series, Niger Delta University, January 7, 2010.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2010) Coastal Erosion of Akwa Ibom State Project. 2nd NCMG-NDU Geological Discourse Series, Niger Delta University, January 7, 2010,
1699

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2009) Pollution sensitivity of mangrove ecosystems of Nigeria: a conceptual model 1st NCMG-NDU Geological Discourse Series, Niger Delta University, December 22, 2009.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. and Malomo, S. (2009) Potential signatures of sea level rise on the Nigerian coast as inferred from tidal oscillations. WAQUA Conference, University of Ibadan, October 26-29, 2009 (Invited presentation).
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2008) Marine geosciences report: Description of study area. Pre-fieldwork Workshop on Sediment and Mineral Type Survey of Bayelsa, Rivers, Akwa Ibom and Cross River State of the National Centre for Marine Geosciences, Calabar, September 11-13, 2008.
1702

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2008) Grain size facies maps and reporting. Pre-fieldwork Workshop on Sediment and Mineral Type Survey of Bayelsa, Rivers, Akwa Ibom and Cross River State of the National Centre for Marine Geosciences, Calabar, September 11-13, 2008.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2008) Grain size parameters and coastal sediment transport models. Pre-fieldwork Workshop on Sediment and Mineral Type Survey of Bayelsa, Rivers, Akwa Ibom and Cross River State of the National Centre for Marine Geosciences, Calabar, September 11-13, 2008.
1704

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2008) Sediment and mineral survey programme of NCMG: Mandate. Pre-fieldwork Workshop on Sediment and Mineral Type Survey of Bayelsa, Rivers, Akwa Ibom and Cross River State of the National Centre for Marine Geosciences, Calabar, September 11-13, 2008.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2008) Sediment and mineral type survey of NCMG: Vision. Pre-fieldwork Workshop on Sediment and Mineral Type Survey of Lagos, Ondo and Delta State of the National Centre for Marine Geosciences, Calabar, September 8-10, 2008.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2008) Geochemical mapping programme of NCMG: Mission. Pre-fieldwork Workshop on Geochemical mapping of Rivers, Akwa Ibom and Cross River State of the National Centre for Marine Geosciences, Calabar, September 4-6, 2008.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2008) Coastal groundwater mapping programme of NCMG – Rationale. Pre-fieldwork Workshop on Coastal Groundwater Mapping of the National Centre for Marine Geosciences, Calabar, September 1-3, 2008.
1708

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2008) Geochemical mapping programme of NCMG: Rationale. Pre-fieldwork Workshop on Geochemical mapping of coastal regions of Lagos, Ondo, Delta and Bayelsa State of the National Centre for Marine Geosciences, Calabar, August 21-23, 2008.
1709

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2008) Coastal erosion survey of NCMG: Rationale. Pre-fieldwork Workshop on Coastal erosion survey of Akwa Ibom State of the National Centre for Marine Geosciences, Calabar, August 18-20, 2008.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2008) An overview of global coastline change regime. Pre-fieldwork Workshop on Coastal erosion survey of Akwa Ibom State of the National Centre for Marine Geosciences, Calabar, August 18-20, 2008.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2008) Imperatives and modalities of marine geosciences mapping. Workshop on training and capacity building on marine geosciences mapping of the National Centre for Marine Geosciences, Calabar, August 11-17, 2008.
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2002) Conflicts in the coastal zone. International Oceanographic Institute-West Africa Operational Center Workshop. Invited lecture, Lagos.
1713

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (2001) Pollution sensitivity modeling of Niger delta mangrove ecosystems. 27th annual conference of Soil Science Society of Nigeria, Calabar, (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1998) Graduate programme in coastal zone management of the Institute of Oceanography, University of Calabar: Relevance to the Nigerian oil industry Conference of Petroleum Industry and the Nigerian Environment, Abuja (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Imevbore, V. (1998) Landfall probability of deep-water oil spill in Nigeria. Conference of Petroleum Industry and the Nigerian Environment, Abuja (ABSTRACT)
1716

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1998) Sensitivity ranking of Nigeria beaches to oil spill. Conference of Petroleum Industry and the Nigeria Environment, Abuja ( ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1989) Sensitivity ranking of Nigerian estuaries to oil spill: a conceptual model. Conference of petroleum Industry and the Nigerian Environment, Abuja (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E., Udo, S. P. and Nahsang, F. F. (1998) Daily pattern of beach erosion along the southeastern coast of Nigeria: Case study of Ibeno and Wimo. Conference on Tropical Environment, Polytechnic Calabar, February 5-6 (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E., Udo, S. P. Nahsang, F. F., Ntekim, E. E. (1998) Pollution potentials of tributaries of Cross River: Case study of Mbo River. Conference on Tropical Environment, Polytechnic Calabar, February 5-6 (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Udo, S. P. (1998) Nearshore salinity gradient as a signature of dispersal pattern of estuarine effluents. 14th International Symposium on Environmental Geotechnology and Global Sustainable Development, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, August 9-12 (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1998) Interplay of waves and tides in shoreline offset development along the Nigerian coast. 4th International symposium on Environmental Geotechnology and Global Sustainable Development, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, August 9-12 (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1998) Niger Delta: Development processes, degradation pattern and disaster potentials. 4th International Symposium on Environmental Geotechnology and Global Sustainable Development, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, August 9-12 (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1998) Coastal excursion as a training tool for coastal education in developing countries. International Conference on Education and Training in Integrated Coastal Areas Management, Genoa, Italy, 25-29 May (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E.E. (1998) Coastal zone management education of the Institute of Oceanography, University of Calabar, Nigeria: Mission and Modalities. International Conference on Education and Training in Integrated Coastal Areas Management, Genoa, Italy, 25-29 May (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. Fombutu, F. N., and Udo, S. P. (1997) A model of pollutant transport from alongshore sources into tide-dominated estuaries of southeastern Nigeria. 6th Ann. Scientific Conf. of the Nig. Soc. Biol. Conserv., Univ. Calabar, 26-28 Nov., 1997 (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1997) NGOs as a vehicle of environmental conservation in Nigeria: case study of NDES. 6th Ann. Scientific Conf. of the Nig. Soc. Biol. Conserv., Univ. Calabar, 26-28 Nov. (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E., Udo S. P., Fombutu, F. N. and E. E. Ntekim (1997). Tidal current patterns in a tributary and confluence of the Cross River. Seminar on Cross River Basin, Calabar, May (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1997) Coastal tourism in southeastern Nigeria: Potentials and constraints. Coastal Zone 97, Boston, USA, July 20-26 (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1997) Coastal zone research and education in Nigerian universities past trend, present opportunities and future goals. Coastal Zone 97, Boston, USA, July 20-26 (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Showell, J. O. (1997) A comparative study of nutrients and water quality parameters in estuaries and nearshore waters of southeastern Nigeria: Coastal Zone 97, Boston, USA July 20-26 (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1997) Geological oceanography of the Cross River coastal zone: ecologic and management implications. Seminar on Cross River Basin, Calabar, May (ABSTRACT)
1732

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Lebo, P E. (1997) The Cross River: resource potentials and hydrographic parameters. Seminar on Cross River Basin, Calabar, May (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Nahsang F. F. and Antia, E. E. (1997) Characteristics and implications of low frequency oscillations on mesotidal dissipative beaches, S. E. Nigeria IV International Conf. on Geomorphology, Bolognia, Italy (ABSTRACT)
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Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1997) Prospects of Sediment transfer diagrams in analysis of nearshore morphodynamics. IV International Conf. on Geomorphology, Bolgna, Italy (ABSTRACT)
1735

Dr. Ayeni Queen Olubukola

Ayeni,Queen Olubukola.“The Relevance of Critical Appreciation of Literary Translation in the Study of Translation” Calabar Studies in Languages (CASIL),16.1 (2010),83-97.
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Dr. Ayeni Queen Olubukola

Ayeni,Queen Olubukola.“La Traduction:Un Moyen de Communication.” Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies (CAJOLIS),15.1(2011),253-272.
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Dr. Ayeni Queen Olubukola

Ebong,Offiong Erete and Ayeni,Queen Olubukola.“Le Rôle de l’Intégration Régionale dans l’Enjeu de la Mondialisation’’.Calabar Journal of Francophone Studies (RETFRAC)12.1,(2013),127-138.
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Dr. Ayeni Queen Olubukola

Ebong,Offiong Erete and Ayeni,Queen Olubukola.“Les Connaissances Linguistiques et Extralinguistiques dans la Traduction.”The Parnassus,Uyo Journal of Cultural Research.10.0,(2014),55-66.
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Dr. Ayeni Queen Olubukola

Ebong,Offiong Erete and Ayeni,Queen Olubukola.“De la traduction des Pidgins et des Nigerianismes dans la Littérature Nigériane Contemporaine.” Journal of Linguistics,Language and Culture.1.3(2014),15-31
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Dr. Ayeni Queen Olubukola

Ayeni,Queen Olubukola and Ebong, Offiong Erete."La Didactisation de la Tradition Orale des leçons morales dans les écoles secondaires au Nigeria ". RETFRAC,Calabar Journal of Francophone Studies.14.1(2016),56-70.
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Dr. Ayeni Queen Olubukola

Ayeni,Q.Olubukola and Ohanyere,L.Onyiye.La Politique de Diffusion des langues Europhones au sein de la CEDEAO». Degel Journal of the Faculty of Arts and Islamic Studies, UDUS SOKOTO (DEGEL JOURNAL).15.0,(2017).
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Dr. Ayeni Queen Olubukola

Ayeni,Queen Olubukola and Moruwawon,Babatunde Samuel.Le Problème D’Aménagement inguistique en Afrique de l’Ouest:Le Cas des Langues Exogènes et Endogènes.” International Journal of Humanities and Cultural Studies (IJHCS).1.4(2015),388-400.
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Dr. Ayeni Queen Olubukola

Ebong, Offiong Erete and Ayeni,Queen Olubukola.“Le Multilinguisme et Les Problèmes d’Aménagement Linguistique au Nigeria.International Journal of Humanities and Cultural Studies (IJHCS).2.1(2015),178-189
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Dr. Ayeni Queen Olubukola

Queen O.Ayeni and Veronica E.Odey.“Theatre and Social Criticism in African Literature: Socio-cultural Consciousness in Alachi’s Dilemma of Oko” LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research.13.3 (2016),62-74.
1745

Dr. Ayeni Queen Olubukola

Ayeni,Queen Olubukola and Ebong, Offiong Erete. “La Diversité Linguistique Nigerian:Un Défi Salutaire ». International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Invention(IJSSHI)3.4(2016),2048-2054.
1746

Dr. Ayeni Queen Olubukola

Queen Olubukola Ayeni and Offiong Erete Ebong.“Nigerian French Language Curriculum and the Millennium Goals: Issues in the Nigerian Educational System”.LWATI:A Journal of Contemporary Research.13.3 (2016),1-15
1747

Dr. Ayeni Queen Olubukola

Ayeni,Queen Olubukola.“L’Unification Linguistique au sein de la Sous Région CEDEAO” International Journal of Interdisciplinary Reseach Methods (IJIRM)4(2),(2017),pp.15-24
1748

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Ebam,O,E.,Umoh,J.and Nta,E.G.(2016).Text message:An agent of language change? In U.E.Iwoketuk,M.A.Azuike and I.C. Nnadi (Ed.).Essays in language and literature: A festschrift in honour of Professor Kachana Ugbabe.Jos: Prudent Universal Press and Publishing Co.37 -48.
1749

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Eze,B.E.,Osuagwu,N.C.and Nta,E.G.(2014).Towards enhancing debate education in Nigerian Universities:The University of Calabar initiative.In Okom M.P.(Ed.).The dynamics of educational engineering in the 21st century:A colloquium in honour of Professor James Epoke. 59 – 65.
1750

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.G.and Inyabri,I.(2009).The invisible character in Chris Nwamuo’s The Squeeze and The Substitute.In E.H. Andrew and B.Ajibade (Eds.).The dramaturgy of liberation and survival:Festchrift essays on Chris Nwamuo’s scholarship.Calabar:University of Calabar Press,pp.185– 193.ISBN 978-007-172-5.
1751

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.G.,(2004).A preliminary linguistic analysis of children's narrative discourse:Implications for language teaching in a second language situation.Ozo-mekuri Ndimele (Ed.).Language and culture in Nigeria:A festschrift for Okon Essien. NINLAN and Emhai Printing and Publishing Co.,pp.433-442.ISBN 978=2891-07-1.
1752

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Ansa,S.,Bassey,U.B.,Nta,E.G,and Okwe,J.O.(2003). Developing literacy through reading the world and reading the media.In A.E.Arua (Ed.).Reading for all in Africa: Building communities where literacy thrives.Newark: International Reading Association,pp.107–108.ISBN 0-87207-516-8.
1753

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.G. and Ekpa,A.(2002) Sociolinguistic dimensions of politeness:An ethnographic approach.In Okon Essien and M.Okon (Eds.).Topical issues in sociolinguistics:The Nigerian perspective.Port Harcourt:NINLAN and Emhai Printing and Publishing Co.,pp.153 - 180.ISBN 978-2891-08-2.
1754

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.(1998).Study skills 11:Introduction to academic listening. In J.U.Obot and D.Orisawayi (Eds).Integrated use of English for tertiary institutions.Ibadan: Stirling-Horden Publishers, pp. 72 - 83.ISBN 973-2063-40-1.
1755

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.(1996).Building oral competence on informal discourse.In D.Orisawayi,J.Ogu,E.Nta and A.Essien (Eds.).Calabar studies in English Language 3:Approaches to oral English and oral communication skills.Calabar: University of Calabar Press, pp.35 - 46. ISBN 978-007-025-7.
1756

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.(1994).Experiential learning: Theoretical and practical implications to the language teacher.In E.N. Emenyonu and C.E. Nnolim (Eds.).Studies in West African literatures and languages: Current trends in literature and language studies in West Africa.Ibadan:Kraft Books, pp.118- 128.
1757

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.(1993).Activating reasoning in EAP reading.In A.O.Aboderin,E.A.Abe and C.E.Onukaogu (Eds.).Literacy and Reading in Nigeria.6,Calabar:RAN,pp.535 - 546.ISBN 978 2343013.
1758

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.G.(1992).English for academic purposes:Determining areas of need.In D. Orisawayi,J.Ogu and A.Essien (Eds.).Calabar studies in English language 2:Developing communication skills in English language. Enugu: New Generation Books,pp.157-167.ISBN 978-30577-6-6.
1759

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Emenyonu,P.T. and Nta,E.(1990).Linguafranca,nationalism and the Nigerian situation:A research report. In D. Orisawayi,J.Ogu and E. Oko (Eds.).Calabar studies in English language:Developing English language skills in secondary and higher education.Enugu:Harris Publishers, pp.101-111.ISBN:978-2583-20-0.
1760

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Idongesit, & Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. (2016). Language as Effective Tool for Conflict resolution: A Biblical Account in Iwuchukwu, Godwin (ed.) International Journal of Linguistics and Communication (IJLC). University of Calabar,  3(2), 120 - 127.
1761

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. & Nnamdi, I. (2016). Impact of Globalization on Igbo Language in Iwuchukwu, Godwin (ed.) International Journal of Linguistics and Communication, 3(2), 7 - 23.
1762

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. (2016). Language Use in Magazine Article Writing: A study of Local Magazines in Calabar Metropolis and the 2015 General Election in Iwuchukwu, Godwin (ed.).  International Journal of Linguistics and Communication (IJLC). 1(3), 88 - 93.
1763

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. (2010). Language, Politics, Globalization and the Emergence of Barack Obama as the United States President. Prof. Bassey Andah Journal of Cultural Studies, 3(1), 1 - 14.
1764

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. (2007). Harnessing the Positive Implications of Multilingualism: A case study of Agatha Moses in the Nigerian Gospel Music Industry. International Journal of Linguistics and communication, 1(2), 73 - 78.
1765

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. & Oji, E. (2006). Achieving the millennium Development Goals In Nigeria without Linguistic Reforms: Reality of fantasy. Calabar journal of Liberal Studies (CAJOLIS), 9(1), 1-3.
1766

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. & Oji, E. (2006). Translating Mathematics Lesson into Igbo: A Pragmatic Approach. Calabar Studies in Language (CASIL), 13(1), 151-161.
1767

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. & Oji, E. (2005). Translating integrated  Science Lesson into Igbo: A practical Approach. Nsukka Journal of African Languages and Linguistics (NJALL), 2(2), 57 - 62.
1768

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. (2018). Language, Communication, Poverty Eradication and the ADAMA Projects in Nigeria. Global Journal of Social Science Studies, 4(1), 1 - 12.
1769

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S.  (2018). Sociolinguistics and Language Education in Nigeria. Global Journal of Social Science Studies, 4(1), 13-22.
1770

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S., & Okafor, M. (2017). Nigerian Pidgin in the 21st Century: Any Hope of surviving the Opposition from English, Nigerian Languages and Foreign Languages?. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 4(11), 107-118.
1771

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. (2015). Communicating Africa by Africans to the World: Need for Attitudinal Orientation and Re-Orientation. Education and Science Journal of Policy Review and Curriculum Development, 5(3), 19-24.
1772

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. (2015). Language in culture of Pricing: The Nigerian Example. American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities, 5(2), 513-523.
1773

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. (2014). Language Use in a Speech Community: A case study of the Non-Academic Staff Union Members (NASU), University of Calabar. LWATI. A Journal of contemporary Research, 2(1), 153-159.
1774

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. (2014). Language Documentation and Sociolinguistics. LWATI. A Journal of Contemporary Research, 2(2), 128 - 138.
1775

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. & Ndimele, R. (2014). Evidence of social inequality in Igbo Proverbs. Journal of integrative Humanism, 4(1), 128-141.
1776

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. (2014). The Role of Language in the Acquisition of Education and Technology: A case study of Igbo. Journal of Integrative Humanism, 4(1), 105-115.
1777

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. (2011). Dynamics of Power Relationship, English Vs African Languages: A Cross Current of a sort. Studies in Literature and Language, 2(3), 168 – 178.
1778

Dr. Iwuchukwu Godwin Chinaedu

Iwuchukwu, G. C. S. (2010). Reviewing the Curriculum of African Literature in our Universities: A Case for Literature in Indigenous Languages. LWATI. A Journal of Contemporary Research, 7(3), 117-125.
1779

Mrs. Ama-Abasi, Racheal Daniel

       Publications (Books, Journal Articles etc), full citation is needed, please; add additional sheets as appropriate:        Ama-Abasi, R. D. & Denga, H. D. (2015): Influence of parents Educational Status on Students Tendency to cheat in Examination. Global Journal of Educational Research, 14:81-86.
1780

Mr. Akah, Pius Eneji

https://www.wjir.org/vol/vol-4issue-6
1781

Prof. Sylvester Peter Antai

Antai, S.P. and D.L Crawford 1983. Chemistry of grass lignin degradation by Streptomyces. Nig. J. Biotech. 1: 121-142.
1782

Prof. Sylvester Peter Antai

Antai,S.P. 1984. Improved serological method for the diagnosis of Caseous Lymphadenitis in sheep. Nig J. Microbiol. 3 (2):158-163.
1783

Prof. Sylvester Peter Antai

Antai, S.P. 1985. Degradation of Guinea grass lignocellulose by three Streptomyces strains isolated from natural habitats. Biologia Africana. 2: 8-14.
1784

Prof. Sylvester Peter Antai

Ibrahim, M.H. and Antai, S.P. 1986. Chemical changes during the fermentation of locoust bean ( Parkia filiociodea ). Qualitas Plant Foods for Human Nutrition.36 : 179-184.
1785

Prof. Sylvester Peter Antai

Botanical Society of Nigeria (BOSON) 24th Annual Conference, University of Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria, 14th – 18th August, 2016.
1786

Fr. Emmanuel kelechi Iwuagwu

Iwuagwu, Emmanuel Kelechi. " "Privatization of Conscience" vis-a-vis Objective Moral Norms". ISOR - Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR - JHSS). 23(7), 2018: 22 - 31. 
1787

Mr. Eyo Emmanuel Essien

Essien, E. E., Konstantopoulou, A., Konstopoulos, I., and Lodorfos, G. (2018). The influence of business and political ties on supplier selection decisions: the case of the Nigerian public sector. Int. J. Foresight and Innovation Policy. 12(1/2), 71-87.Amadi, C. and Essien, E. E. (2016). An assess of Customer Satisfaction with GSM Service Quality in Cross River State. Journal of Marketing and Consumer Research. 27 (2016), 62-70.Essien, E. E., Lodorfos, G. and Kostopoulos, I. (2018). Antecedents of supplier selection decisions in the public sector in Nigeria. Journal of Public Procurement (Paper accepted for publication).Udo-Imeh, P. T., Awara, N. F. and Essien, E. E. (2015). Personality and Consumer Behaviour: A review. European Journal of Business and Management. 7(18), 98-106.Ebitu, E. T., Essien, E. E. and Basil, G. (2012) Price-Quality Dimensions of Organizational Buying Behavior in Cross River State. International Journal of Marketing Studies. 4(4). 78 – 82.Essien, E. E. and Etuk, E. J. (2012) Government Policy Requirements and Personal Considerations as determinants of Organizational Buying Behaviour. European Journal of Marketing and Business Management. 4(6). 131-136.Bassey, B. E, Arey, V. M., Basil, G. and Essien, E. E. (Autumn, 2011) Analysis of the Economic Impact of Cultural Festivals: The Case of Calabar Carnival, Nigeria; Tourismos Journal 6(2), 333-352.Udo-Imeh, P. T. and Essien, E. E. (2015). The Demographic Profile of Fast Food Consumers in Uyo, Nigeria. ADSU Journal of Social & Developmental Studies. 6(1), 31-41.Udo-Imeh, P. T., Isa, H. M., and Essien, E. E. (2015). Self-Help Initiatives and Rural Development in Ibesikpo Community of Akwa-Ibom State. Journal of Research in National Development. 13(1), 50-58.Essien, E. E. and Udo-Imeh, P. H. (2013). A Review of Organizational Buyer Behaviour Models and Theories. Journal of Research in National Development. 11(1), 54-58.Lodorfos, G., Konstantopoulos, A., Konstopoulos, I., and Essien, E. E. (2018). Food and Drink Industry in Europe and Sustainability Issues. In Edyta Rudawka (Ed.) The Sustainability Marketing Concept in European SMEs: Insights from the Food and Drink Industry, (pp. 121-140). [Online, available at:  https://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/book/10.1108/9781787540385. ISBN:978-1-78754-039-2].
1788

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.G.(2011).Conversational features in ESL children discourse. Ndunode:Calabar Journal of the Humanities.9, (2),130 – 138.
1789

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Uwatt,L.E. and Nta. E.(2010).Study skills for human cognitive development: From the standpoint of reading skills.Literacy and Reading in Nigeria.12,(2),264 – 267.
1790

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Ebam,P.O.O.and Nta,E.G.(2009).Metaphors in Joe Ushie’s Lambs at the Shrine.CALEL: Currents in African Literature and the English Language.6,32-46.
1791

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Ekpa,A.A. and Nta.E.G.(2006).Style and the discourse of contemporary governance in Niyi Osundare's The State Visit.CALEL:Currents in African Literature and the English Language.4,87-106.
1792

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.G. and Essien-Eyo,A.(2005).Encouraging quantitative literacy through cartoons.Journal of Applied Literacy and Reading.2,45 - 58.
1793

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Essien-Eyo,A.,Nta,E.G.and Enyi,AD.(2005).Marketing and language engineering:A linguistic analysis of selected Nigerian print media adverts.Nduonde:Calabar Journal of the Humanities.6,(1),35-43.
1794

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.G.(2005).Cohesion in EL2 children’s discourse: Implications for English language teaching.Special CALEL.3(2),24-36.
1795

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.G.,Ansa,S.A. and Okon,B.A.(2004).Phonological variation in Nigerian English:Problems and prospects. CALEL:Currents in African Literature and the English Language.2,(1),205-215.
1796

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.G.,Okon,B.,Oden,S. and Umoh S.(2003).Inculcating information transfer skills:From oral to written communication.Journal of Applied Literacy and Reading.1, (1),28-31.
1797

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.G.,Umoh S.J.,Okon B.A.and Ansa S.A.(2003).Drama sketch as a second language acquisition strategy. Journal of Nigerian English and Literature (JONEL).4,191- 200.
1798

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Umoh,S.J.,Nta,E.G.,Okon,B.A.and Oden,S.A.(2003).Text conversion approach and the teaching of writing to trainee teachers:An integration of theory and practice. Journal of Nigerian English and Literature (JONEL).4,180 – 190.
1799

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.(2002).Stylistics and thematic realization in Unoh’s “The Forgotten Ones“ CAJOLIS- Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal,5,(1),45-58.
1800

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.G.(2002) Language,style and relevance in Osofisan’s No More the Wasted Breed,Focus on Theatre.3(2),211-223.
1801

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.G. and A.Ekpa (2001) Socialization and power dialectic: Gender reverberations in every day English usage in Nigeria.The Paragon:A Journal of National Association of Women Academics,154-171.
1802

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.(2000).Inculcating effective listening at the pre-primary and primary levels within the UBE Scheme:A task-based approach.International Journal of Research in Basic and Lifelong Education 1(1and2),390-401.
1803

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Ushie,G.O.and Nta,E.G.(2012).Descriptive focus as a semiotic marker in Festus Iyayi’s Violence.Canadian Studies in Literature and Language.5,(3),2012.
1804

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Oden,S.N.,Nta,E.G.,Ebam,P.O. and Umoh,S.J.(2012).Father but can a tortoise fly? Narratives and construction of community in Nigeria.CJSC: Cameroon Journal of Studies in the Commonwealth.1,(1),123 – 148.
1805

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.G.,Oden S.N.,Umoh,S.M. and Ebam,P.O.(2012). Developing competence in language use in a conurban setting through social interaction: The Akampka experience.CJSC: Cameroon Journal of Studies in the Commonwealth.1,(1),109 – 122.
1806

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.G.,Oden.S.N.,Ebuta,C.N.and Egbe,G.B.(2012). Optimizing students’ performance in English through quality teacher education. Journal of Education and Practice.3,(9),112 – 118.
1807

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Nta,E.G.,Oden,S.N.and Uwatt,L.E.(2012).Neighbourhood reading clubs: Rekindling reading interest among Nigerian children.Research on Humanities and Social Sciences.2, (6),145 – 153.
1808

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Oden,Sarah Nicholas,Nta,E.G. and Ntukidem,Eno P. (2012).Facilitating the speech impaired child’s communication skill through partnerships.British Journal of Arts and Social Sciences.5,(1),84 – 91.
1809

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Oden,S.N.,Ebuta,C.N. and Nta,E.G.(2012).Students’ self-efficacy beliefs and their reading comprehension performance:A Nigerian perspective.British Journal of Arts and Social Sciences.5,(1), 75 – 83.
1810

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Egbe, G.B.,Ekpe,S.I, and Nta,E.G.,(2007).Something is happening here:Literacy immersion for early intervention. Sankofa: Journal of African Children’s and Young Adult Literature.6,6-15.
1811

Prof. Eno Grace Nta

Ekpe,S.I.,Uwatt,L.E.,Etuk,M.E.,Egbe,G.B.,Nta,E.G.and Inyangabia,M.E.(2003).Lessons from the RAN-SHELL-READ literacy pilot project in Akpabuyo, South Eastern Nigeria:Implications for distance learning.Legon Journal of the Humanities.14, 117-131.
1812

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

Affiah, U. (2012).Vultures in parliament: perspectives of Emeka Nwabueze. American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities, 2(6), 375 – 383. 
1813

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

Affiah, U. (2012). Protest, resistance and activism in the drama of Osonye Tess Onwueme. American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities, 2(5), 284 – 293.
1814

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

Affiah, U. & Osuagwu, N. (2012). Ethnodramatics: Towards a theory for indigenous African drama. ISOR Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, (JHSS), 5(2), 06 – 10.
1815

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

Affiah, U. & Osuagwu, N. (2012). From orality to print: An oraliterary examination of Efua T. Sutherland’s The Marriage of Anansewa and Femi Osofisan’s Morountodun. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (JHSS), 5(2), 11 - 16. 
1816

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

Affiah, U. (2013). Aristotelian tragic drama, man and the contemporary world: Pseudo classicism in Ola Rotimi’s Kurunmi. ISOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (JHSS), 6(4), 50 – 54.
1817

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

Ganyi, F. & Affiah, U. (2016). Intergrating an oral literature pedagogical model into the Nigerian school system: The Freirean imperative. International Journal of English Research, 2(1), 24 – 32.
1818

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

Affiah, U. & Bassey, V. (2016). The Trial of Dedan Kimathi as a model against the neo-colonialism of betrayal by African leaders: A literary, linguistic and dialogic analysis. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 13(2), 60 – 64.
1819

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

Worugji, G. & Affiah, U. (2016). Maltreatment, greed and self-centredness in Myke va Graan’s play Some Mother’s Sons. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 13(2), 39 – 47.
1820

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

Affiah, U. & Woruji, G. (2016). Visionless leadership and the urgency of resistance: A perspective of Niyi Osundare’s The State Visit. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 13(3), 75 – 90.
1821

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

Affiah, U. & Elekwachi, C. (2017). Foregrounding aspects of Esiaba Irobi’s dramatic techniques in three selected plays. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 14(4), 197 – 214.
1822

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

Affiah, U. & Owan, J. (2018). From ritual to dramatic art: The ukwa war dance of Ekid people. Research Journal of English Language and Literature (RJELAL), 6(1), 141 – 152.
1823

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

Affiah, U. & Osuagwu, N. (2018). Ikperikpe Ogu (Ohafia war dance) as medium of dramatic synthesis.  International Journal of English Language, Literature and Translation Studies (IJELR), 5(1), 124 – 135.
1824

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

Affiah, U. & Owan, J. (2018). A dramatic analysis and interpretation of the ekombi dance of the Efik people of Nigeria. International Journal of English Research, 4(1), 25 – 32.
1825

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

 Affiah, U. & Elekwachi, C. (2018). Portrayal and manifestations of social injustic in selected plays of  Esiaba Irobi.  International Journal of English Research, 4(2), 11 – 18.
1826

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

Affiah, U. & Amaku, O. (2018). Revolutionary aesthetics in the dramaturgy of Tunde Fatunde. International Journal of English Research, 4(2), 01 – 06.
1827

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

Affiah, U. & Anom, J. (2018).  Chris Nwamuo’s The Prisoners and The Squeeze as reflections of a nation in dire need of leadership attitudinal re-orientation: A dialogic approach. European Journal of Literature, Language and Linguistics Studies, 2(3), 72 – 90.
1828

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

 Affiah, U. & Eni, P. (2018). Drama and the revolutionary archetype: Ebrahim Hussein’s Kinjeketile and Wa Thiong’o and Mugo’s The Trial of Dedan Kimathi. European Journal of Literature, Language and Linguistics Studies, 2(3), 57 – 71.
1829

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

Affiah, U. (2002). The obam oral literature performance. Theatre Studies Review, 2(1), 51 – 59.
1830

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

Affiah, U. (2008). Vision and art in drama: Ola Rotimi’s search for a leader. Currents in African Literature and the English Language (CALEL), 5, 92 – 98.
1831

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

Osuagwu, N. & Affiah, U. (2005). Themes and techniques in Ibibio traditional marriage drama. Currents in African Literature and the English Language (CALEL), 3(1), 17 – 26.
1832

Dr. Uwem Friday Affiah

Affiah, U. (2009). Nigerian leaders as architects of war and poverty: Social consciousness and social change in Ola Rotimi’s if…. Currents in African Literature and the English Language (CALEL), 6, 138.
1833

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Umana, E. J., *Akwaji, P. I., Markson, A. A., Udo, S. E. and Orok, E. E. (2014). Phytochemical composition, Antimicrobial effect of Azadirachta indica and Carica papaya extracts on fungi isolated from Gmelina arborea seedlings. International Journal of Phytopathology, 03 (03): 109-115.
1834

Dr. Anne Emmanuel Omori

Adamu, I. & Omori, A. E. (2015). The Banking Concept of Education and the Use of Technology in Tertiary Instructional Delivery for Relevance at the Global Scene. IACSS Proceeding. pp. 50-57.
1835

Dr. Anne Emmanuel Omori

Akpama, S. I. & Omori, A. E. (2012). School Dropout Syndrome and Non-formal Educational Alternatives in Cross River State, Nigeria. ICERI 2012 Proceedings, pp. 3854-3860.
1836

Dr. Anne Emmanuel Omori

omori, A. E. (2014). Influence of Manpower Development Programmes on Workers' Job Performance in Banking Industry in Cross River State, Nigeria. INTED 2014 Proceeding, pp. 4768-4772.
1837

Dr. Anne Emmanuel Omori

Usang, E. E., Omori, A. E. & Ofem, O. O. (2010). The Niger Delta Oil Rich Region: The Paradox of Fascination and Horror. Journal of Counselling Association of Nigeria, Volume 4, No. 4, pp. 197-207.
1838

Dr. Anne Emmanuel Omori

Ajake, U. E., Etuk, G. R. & Omori, A. E. (2010). Child Rearing Style and Brutal Behaviour among Senior Secondary School Students in Cross River State. Journal of Counselling Association of Nigeria, Volume 4, No. 4, pp. 162-177.
1839

Dr. Anne Emmanuel Omori

Bassey, P. U. & Omori, A. E. (2015). Values Orientation, Needs Satisfaction and Job Performance of Public Servants in Cross River State of Nigeria. International Journal of Organizational Cultures, Volume 14, Issue 3-4, pp. 21- 32. 
1840

Dr. Anne Emmanuel Omori

Efem, M. A., Omori, A. E. & Bassey, P. U. (2015). Parental Alcoholism and Psycho-Social Disposition of Secondary School Students in Southern Cross River State, Nigeria. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social and Community Studies, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 25-31.
1841

Dr. Anne Emmanuel Omori

Omori, A. E., Mabadeje, O. O. & Adamu, I. (2015). The Relevance of ICTs in the Administration and Organisation of a Functional Continuing Education Programmes in Nigeria. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Educational Studies, Volume 10, Issue 3, pp. 37-44. 
1842

Dr. Anne Emmanuel Omori

Ajake, U. E., Essien, M. I. & Omori, A. E. (2013). Child Abuse and Locus of Control among Senior Secondary School Students in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Education and Human Development. Volume 2, Issue 2, pp. 36-41.
1843

Dr. Anne Emmanuel Omori

Bassey, P. U., Ogodo, F., Omori, A. E. & Adamu, I. (2012). School Types and Affective Characteristics of Teachers in Private and Public Secondary Schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. The International Journal of Diversity in Education. Volume 12, Issue 3, pp. 53-62.
1844

Dr. Anne Emmanuel Omori

Omori, A. E., Akpama, S.I. & Ajake, U. E. (2011). Investing in Women Education: A determinant for Effective Environmental Management in Cross River State, Nigeria. The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, Volume 11, Issue 4, pp. 1-10.
1845

Dr. Anne Emmanuel Omori

Ajake, U. E., Omori, A. E. & Essien, M. (2011). Sustainable development in higher education : current practice and future development. African Higher Education Review (AHER), Volume 4, pp. 87-110.
1846

Dr. Anne Emmanuel Omori

akpama, S. I. & Omori, A. E. (2011). Some demographic factors as predictors of Adolescent Sexual Abuse: Implications for Non-formal Education and Social Work Practice. Annals of Modern Education, Volume 3 No. 1. pp. 27-35.
1847

Dr. Veronica, Akwenabuaye Undelikwo

Eteng, E. I. Ojua, T. A., Etobe, U. E. I., Undelikwo, V. A., Okorie, C. N. E. I. and Bassey, G. E. (2016).“Politicization of Health Care Delivery in Nigeria as a Stumbling block to Universal Health Coverage”.Researchjournal’s Journal Sociology. 5(7).1-9.
1848

Dr. Veronica, Akwenabuaye Undelikwo

Enang, E. E., and Undelikwo, V. A. (2016).“Demographic Change and Youth Employment in Nigeria”.International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies. 3(1).24-32.
1849

Dr. Veronica, Akwenabuaye Undelikwo

Ushie, M. A., Otu, J. E. and Undelikwo, V.A. (2014).”A Comparative Analysis of Fertility Differentials in Cross River State”. Developing Country Studies: international Institute for Science, Technology and Education (IISTE). London, United Kingdom.4 (6).36-40.
1850

Dr. Veronica, Akwenabuaye Undelikwo

Ojong, F. E., Eja, I. E., Undelikwo, V. A., and Agbor, E. A. (2013). “Indigenous Peoples’ Perception of Ecotourism in Cross River State, Nigeria. Academic Research International. Pakistan: Savap International. 4(1),275-281.
1851

Dr. Veronica, Akwenabuaye Undelikwo

Uyang, F. A., Nwagbara, E. N., Undelikwo,V. A. and Rosemary, I, E. (2013).“Communal Land Conflict and Food Security in Obudu Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria”. Advances in anthropology. United States of America. 3(4).193-197.
1852

Dr. Veronica, Akwenabuaye Undelikwo

Ukwayi, K. J., Lucy A. U. and Undelikwo, V. A. (2013). “Assessment of Oil companies Compensation on Catchment Communities in Eket Local Government Area, Nigeria. Public Policy and Administration Research: International Institute for Science, Technology and Education (IISTE). London, United Kingdom. 3(3).34-41.
1853

Dr. Veronica, Akwenabuaye Undelikwo

Udoh, A.U. E., Ebong, J. M. and Undelikwo, V.A. (2012). Postpartum Fattening Rites (Nkuho-Uman) Cultural Practice on Health of Ibibio Women of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. African Journal of Educational Research and Development (AJERD): A Publication of Department of Educational Management, Faculty of Education, University of Port Harcourt. 5(1),162-193.
1854

Dr. Veronica, Akwenabuaye Undelikwo

Ukwayi, K. J., Lucy, A. U., Uwanede, C. and Undelikwo, V. A. (2013). “Alcohol Abuse as a Cause of Poor Academic Performance among Social Science Students of the University of Calabar, Nigeria”. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences: Mediterranean Center of Social and Educational Research. Rome.4(1),413-421.
1855

Dr. Veronica, Akwenabuaye Undelikwo

Undelikwo, V. A., Osonwa, O. K., Mike, A.and Osonwa, R. H. (2013).“Family Planning Behaviours and Decision-Making among Couples in Cross River State, Nigeria”. International Journal of Learning and Development: Macrothink Institute. United Sates of America. 3(1),100-120.
1856

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda,Winifred.“The Political and Religious Roles of Efik Women in Pre-colonial Calabar”.Calabar Journal of Religious Studies,1.1,(1999)pp 84-92.
1857

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda,Winifred.“Calabar and the Europeans:The Impact of Western Culture on a Pre-colonial Society”.NDUNODE, Calabar Journal of the Humanities,4.1,(2003).pp 109-116.
1858

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda,Winifred.“The Jamaicans in Calabar,1900- 1940.A Neglected Theme”.Sophia:An African Journal of Philosophy,6.1,(2003),pp.15-26
1859

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda,Winifred.“Efik Literary Culture and its Historical Significance,1900- 1970”.CAJOLIS,Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies,2.2,(2004),pp 50-58.
1860

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda,Winifred.“Efik Traditional Institutions and Missionary Evangelism in Calabar,1846–1854”.NDUNODE: Calabar Journal of Humanities,6.2,(2005),pp.119- 127.
1861

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda,Winifred and Imbua David.“Service to God and Humanity,Revered Hope Masterton Waddell in Calabar,(1846-1858);a Biological and Prosopographical Study”. CAJOLIS:Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies,8.2,(2005).pp 173- 184.
1862

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda,Winifred.“The Significance of Private Records in Historical Documentation”.Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria,(JHSN),16.0,(2005/2006),Pages 1-7
1863

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda,Winifred and David Imbua.“Waving Through History: Nigeria in the International Community and the Challenge of Development”,Unizik Journal of Arts and Humanities, A Journal of the Faculty of Arts,Nnamdi Azikiwe University,Awka,7.0,(2006),pp 21-40
1864

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

David Imbua and Akoda,Winifred.“Religion and Nation Building:The Nigerian Case”.AFE Journal of Minorities Studies,Ikot Ekpene,8.1,(2006),pp 132-144.
1865

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda,Winifred.“Strengthening Efik Unity in the 21st Century”.Palace Journal,2.1,(2006),pp. 25-28.
1866

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda,Winifred.“Using the Archives for Research:A Historians Experience”.Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria,(JHSN),17.1,(2007/2008),pp 75-84.
1867

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda,Winifred.“Trafficking in Women:The Nigeria- Ghana Experience,1930-1955”.Lapai Journal of Humanities:A Journal of the Department of History/Archaeology,IBB University,Lapai, Niger State 2.2,(2008), pp 65-74.
1868

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda,Winifred.“Evolution of Medical Pluralism in Nigeria:The Case Study of Calabar,Southern Nigeria”. Professor Bassey Andah Journal of Cultural Studies, University of Calabar,2.0,(2009),pp 47-58
1869

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Imbua David and Winifred E.Akoda.“Globalization and the Search for New Markets: Lessons from the Past”,Tropical Focus:The International Journal Series on Tropical Issues,Douala, Cameroon.9.2,(2008),pp 140-151.
1870

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda,Winifred.“Interpreting Women’s History with Museum Sources:An Experience in a Nigerian Museum”,Canadian Social Science.7.6,(2011).pp 201-206,
1871

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda,Winifred.“Because we don’t learn from History:A Comparative Analysis between the Lapses of 1959 and 2011 Elections in Nigeria”.Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies (JETERAPS),2.6, (2011),pp 503-507.
1872

Dr. Enang Ebingha Erena

Ushie, M. A. ; Eneji, C. V. O., Nsemo, A. D., Osonwa, K. O. and Enang, E. E. (2011) Gender role and fertility behaviour among Calabar and Oban Communities in Cross River State, Nigeria. In: International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology. Vol. 1, No. 5 May, pp. 153-158. Indexed in Google Scholar. ISSN: 2006-998x (ONLINE)
1873

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda,Winifred.“Traditional African Medicine and the Benedictine Monks:A Discourse”.American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities,Texas,USA,1.2,(2011),pp 137-157,
1874

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda,Winifred.“Historical Scholarship in Nigeria Since The 1950’s:A Challenge to Historians”.LWATI:A Journal of Contemporary Research,Beijing,China.8.3,(2011),pp.61-69,
1875

Dr. Enang Ebingha Erena

Ushie, M. A., Ugal, D. B., Ushie, B. A., Enang, E. E., Mgbekem, M. A. and Okongor, O. E. (2009) Self-Assessed Health Status and Morbidity Experiences among College Students in Nigeria: A Study of Federal College of Education, Obudu. In: Annals of Modern Education. Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 94-99.
1876

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda,Winifred.“May His Will be Done:A History of the Deeper Life Bible Church, 1973 – 2006”.International Journal of Asian Social Science:A Publication of the Asian Economic and Social Society,(AESS),Pakistan,2.4(2012),pp.402-410
1877

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda, Winifred.“Nigerian Festivals:Their Significance and Role in Preserving the African Heritage”,in Asian Academic Research Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities,1.35,(2015),pp.370 – 391
1878

Dr. EDEM, NKOYO BASSEY

1879

Dr. Esther Patrick Archibong

Archibong, E. P., Charles, J. O. and Abia, R. P. (2008) An Examination of Religious Conflicts in Nigeria: Impact on Nation Building. The Nigerian Sociological Review 4 (2),83-94.
1880

Dr. Agbor Comfort Nkongho

Ololube, N. P., Dadafa, U. J., Uriah, O. A., & Agbor, C. N. (2013). Education for development: Impediments to the globalization of higher education in Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Foundations and Management, 1(2), 108-129.
1881

Dr. Agbor Comfort Nkongho

Agbor, C. N. (2016). The importance of incorporating environmental education (EE) into teacher education programmes in Nigeria. International Journal of Scientific Research in Education, 9 (4), 248-263.
1882

Dr. Agbor Comfort Nkongho

Agbor, C. N., Oden, S. N., & Ololube, N. P. (2016). Professionalism indicators: Roadmap to assessment of teaching as profession. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies, 23(4), 248-258.
1883

Dr. Agbor Comfort Nkongho

Agbor, C. N., Oden, S. N., & Nkanu, U. O. (2017). Environmental literacy for sustainable forest resource management in Central Senatorial District of Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Education and Society, 7 (1), 9-20.
1884

Dr. Agbor Comfort Nkongho

Agbor, C. N. & Oden, S. N. (2011). Women’s participation in environmental issues in the Central Senatorial District of Cross River State, Nigeria. African Journal of Culture and Society, 1 (1), 382-390.
1885

Dr. Agbor Comfort Nkongho

Oden, S. N., & Agbor, C. N. (2011). Indigenous knowledge and biodiversity conservation in Abi local government area of Cross River State, Nigeria. African Journal of Culture and Society, 1 (1), 312-324.
1886

Dr. Agbor Comfort Nkongho

Agbor, C. N., Ololube, N. P., Efut, E. N., & Onnoghen, U. N. (2017). A five years comparative analysis of education funding in sub-Saharan African countries: Implications for effective education programmes. Journal of Global Economics, Management and Business Research, 9(2), 69-77.
1887

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

Essien Okon, Mary Esien Kooffreh, Anthony John Umoyen, Peter Nkachukwu Chukwurah, Ekeoma Malvina Nwankpa and Nwagu Kingsley Ekene. Sequence Retrieval And Analysis: A Useful Tool In Bioinformatics – A Review. ejpmr, 2016,3(1), 76-83
1888

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

Kooffreh M.E, Abasiodiong M.G Differences in Blood Pressure Levels and Its Association with Obesity Indices among Traders in Watt Market Calabar, Cross River State Nigeria. Sch. Acad. J. Biosci. 2016; 4(7):565-570.
1889

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

M.E. Kooffreh, E.V. Ikpeme, E.E. Ekerette and N.O. Eyo Evaluating the Prevalence of Five Genetic Traits of simple Inheritance in Association with the Distribution Pattern of ABO and Rhesus Phenotypes among Families in Calabar, Nigeria. J. Med. Sci., 2015 15 (4): 185-191.
1890

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

E.V. Ikpeme, O.U. Udensi, U.B. Ekaluo, M.E. Kooffreh, C.M. Okolo, P.B.Ekpo and N.C. Ogbonna 2015 Unveiling the Genetic Diversity in Clarias gariepinus (Burchell, 1822) Using Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD) Fingerprinting Technique. Asian Journal of Animal Sciences 9 (5):187-197,.
1891

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

Edu N.E, Agbor R.B. and Kooffreh M. 2015 Effect of Organic and Inorganic Fertilizers on the Growth performance of Fluted Pumpkin (Telfairia Occidentalis)Hook Fil. Bulletin of Environment, Pharmacology and life Sciences 4(10):29-32.
1892

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

M. Kooffreh and C.E. Ajagu 2015. Distribution of ABO/RH-D blood groups and morphogenetic traits in Calabar Municipality. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences (IJNAS) 19(1-2):1-7
1893

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

M. Kooffreh, A.I Umoyen and O.Ejarogan (2014). Human parasitaemia levels and its association with Haemoglobin genotype and blood groups among blood donors. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences (IJNAS) 9(1-2):8-14
1894

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

M. Kooffreh and P.I. Ogar (2014). Sex ratio at birth (Multiple and singleton) in General Hospital, Calabar between 2006-2012. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences (IJNAS) 9(1-2):1-7
1895

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

Kooffreh, M.E ; Ekot M and Ekpoudom, D.O (2014). The Prevalence Of Pre-Eclampsia Among Pregnant Women In The University Of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Calabar Saudi Journal of Health Sciences: 3(3):133-136.
1896

Dr. Agbor Comfort Nkongho

Ololube, N. P., Onyekwere, L. A., & Agbor, C. N., (2015). Social stratification and mobility: How socio-economic status of family affects children’s educational development and management. Education, 5(4), 111-122.
1897

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

Mary E. Kooffreh, Chiaka I. Anumudu and P. Lava Kumar (2014). Insertion/Deletion polymorphism of the Angiotensin Converting enzyme (ACE) gene and the risk of hypertension among residents of two cities, South-south Nigeria. Advanced Journal of Biomedical Research.3:118
1898

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

M. Kooffreh and O.G.Odey (2013). Human Sex ratio at birth (Multiple and single birth) in Ogoja, Cross River State. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences (IJNAS) 8(1-2):13-19
1899

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

M. Kooffreh and B.A. Nwaeze (2013). The influence of ABO Phenotypes on Malaria infections in cord blood (placenta) and pregnant women in General Hospital Calabar, Nigeria. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences (IJNAS) 8(1-2):8-12
1900

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

Kooffreh M. E, Anumudu C.I (2013). Increased plasma Angiotensinogen levels and its association with the M235T gene polymorphism and hypertension in Calabar and Uyo cities, Nigeria Asian Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences; 3(26): 15-18.
1901

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

Koffreh M. E., Chiaka I. A., , Roseline D.,Okpako E.C. and Kumar P.L (2013). Angiotensin II type 1 receptor A1166C gene polymorphism and essential hypertension in Calabar and Uyo cities Nigeria. Indian Journal of Human Genetics.19 (2): 213.
1902

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

M. E. Kooffreh, C. I. Anumudu, E.E. Akpan, E. V. Ikpeme and L. Kumar 2013. A study of the M235T variant of the angiotensinogen gene and hypertension in a sample population of Calabar and Uyo, Nigeria. Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics. 14:13-19
1903

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

R. Duke, M. Kooffreh and R. Peter 2011. Clinical Presentation of retinoblastoma in Children seen in a tertiary hospital in Calabar, Nigeria. Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine 11(2):70-74.
1904

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

R. Duke, E. Kooffreh and A. Umoyen 2011. The Epidemiology of Congenital Primary Glaucoma: The Calabar Experience. Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine 11(2):36-40.
1905

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

E.V Ikpeme, U.B. Ekaluo, M.E. Kooffreh and O.Udensi 2011 Phytochemistry and heamatoloical potential of Ethanol seed leaf and pulp extract of Carica papaya (Lin) Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, 1SSN 1028-8880/DOI:10.3923/PJBS.2011. march 2011 14(06):408-411
1906

Dr. Agbor Comfort Nkongho

Ololube, N. P., Onyekwere, L. A., & Agbor, C. N. (2016). Effectively managing inclusive and equitable quality education to promote lifelong learning opportunities (LLO) for all. Journal of Global Research in Education and Social Science, 8(4), 179-195.
1907

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

M.E. Kooffreh and C.I. Anumudu 2010 Polymorphism of atrial natriuretic peptide hormone and hypertension in residents of Calabar and Uyo, Nigeria. International J. of Nat and Applied Sciences IJNAS 5:181-186
1908

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

M.E. Kooffreh, C.I. Anumudu and E.E. Akpan 2009. Angiotensin II type 1 receptor A1166C gene polymorphism and essential hypertension in the Efiks of Calabar International J. of Nat and Applied Sciences IJNAS 4:154-16
1909

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

M.E. Kooffreh, E.B. Ikor, and E.C. Okpako 2007 Extraction and physicochemical characterization of oil and proximate composition of Poga oleosa seeds. International J.of Nat and Applied Sciences IJNAS 2(1):23-28
1910

Dr. Agbor Comfort Nkongho

Ololube, N. P., Uriah, O. A. & Agbor, C. N. (2013). The nature of social change and its implications for educational management and planning. International Journal of Educational Foundations and Management,1(1), 49-58.
1911

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

M. Kooffreh, C.A. Nwuche and H. A. Ugboma 2008 Prevalence of HIV Infection among school students in two cities in south-south Nigeria. Port Harcourt Medical Journal 2(3):253-256.
1912

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

Francis E. Bisong, Mary E. Kooffreh and Olumese Okougbo (2004). Analysis of surface Water Pollution Sources and quality change in Ikpoba River, Benin City. JOGET 6(1-2):13-27.
1913

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

Kooffreh. M (1999). Cytogenetic Effects of Glyphosate and 2:1 Metolachlor: Atrazine on root tip of Allium cepa GJPAS 5(3):317-321.
1914

Dr. Mrs. Mary Kooffreh

Mosuro, A.A, Bakare , A.A, Kooffreh, M.A and Ngenwi, A.A. (1999). Genetic Safety Evaluation of Pesticides using the Allium cepa assay. J. Cyto.Genet.34(2):173-18
1915

Mrs. Blessing Alfred Ngele

Ebigwai, J. K, Egbe, A. A., Nyannanyo, B. L. and Ngele, B. A. (2017). Pollen album of Rhizophora members in Nigeria and its taxonomic implications. Journal of Agriculture and Ecology Research International. 12(3): 1-10.
1916

Mrs. Blessing Alfred Ngele

Ngele, B. A., Okon, I. E. Okon and Nkang, A. E. (2016). Growth performance of Parkia biglobosa (Jacq) Benth. inoculated with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus and rhizobium strain. Journal of Biopesticides and Agriculture 3(2):12-20.
1917

Prof. Kalu, Iroha Matthias

1.     Publications (Books, Journal Articles, etc)Kalu, I. (1991) Teaching Science and technology in the mother tongue – Curricula implications. 32nd Annual Conference Proceeding of the Science Teachers Association of Nigeria (STAN) (pp. 88-92.). Ibadan: STAN.Kalu, I.M. (1994) Dissonance between preparation and practice: Possible effects          of Pre-service education on in-service performance. Calabar Journal of Higher Education. 1 (2), 113-123.                        Kalu, I. (1994) Influence of sex and environment on students’ conceptual understanding of the fundamentals of gravitational and electromagnetic fields.                  African Journal of Educational Technology. 1 (1), 41-50. Kalu, I. (1994) Psychological testing and the educational development of children. In C.G. Asagwara (ed.) Readings in Applied Psychology Vol. 1.(pp. 105-117.). Calabar: BON Universal Ltd. Kalu, I. (1996) Research for quality education for the future: A case for an increased use of multivariate techniques. In B.C. Emenogu (ed) Research for Quality Education: Paradigms and Directions for the Future.(pp. 111-119). Enugu: University Trust Publishers. Omojuwa J. & Kalu I. (1998) A diagnosis of student problems in academic research  writing. Nigeria Journal of Educational Foundations, 2 (1), 152-160.Kalu, I. (1998) Research in science education: Expectations in relation to modes of results utilization. In L.O.C. Amuka et al (eds) Functional Education in Nigeria Towards 2010 A.D. and Beyond. (pp. 66-74). Enugu: Cresco Printing and Publishers.Kalu, I. (1999) Assessment of science laboratory skills: A critical examination of current practices in Nigeria. Benue State University Journal of Education. 2(1), 190-204.Kalu, I. M (1999) Secondary school students’ conceptions of fundamental concepts associated with electric and gravitational fields. Journal of Technology Education 3 (1), 125-133.  Kalu, I (1999) Analysis of patterns of Teacher- Student- Material interactions in secondary school physics classrooms. Benin Journal of Educational Studies, 12, 170-178Kalu, I. (1999) The concepts of education and training compared and contrasted. In  A. Uduigwomen (ed) Philosophy and Education.(pp. 188 - 195). Lagos: Obaroh & Ogbinaka Publishers.Uche S. C. & Kalu, I (1999). The concepts of teaching and learning. In A. Uduigwomen (ed) Philosophy and Education (pp. 196 - 209). Lagos: Obaroh & Ogbinaka Publishers.Kalu, I. (2000) Techniques of classroom observation. Education for Today. 1 (1) 140-152.Kalu, I. (2000) Towards a new education culture in Nigeria: Changing teachers professional practice via constructivist/conceptual change pedagogy in science teacher education. International Journal of Research in Basic and Life-long Education, 1 (1&2), 314-320.Asuquo, P.N., Kalu, I. M & Achigbe, M.O. (2000) Continuous Assessment in Nigerian Schools: Principles, Practice and Problems. Calabar: NIVS, 132 pp.Kalu, I. (2001) Towards quality in science education: Person-environment fit in the science laboratory. Education for Today, 2 (1), 118-126.Kalu, I. (2001) Teacher characteristics, classroom interaction patterns and students’ learning outcomes in physics. Journal of Technical & Science Education, 10 (172) 33- 41. Kalu. I. (2001) Constructivism and conceptual change pedagogy. In S. C. Uche & O. I.   Enukoha (eds.) Professional skills for Effective Teaching. (pp.70-84.)Lagos: Rehoboth Favours Ltd.             Kalu, I.M. (2002) Scientific concepts and processes in traditional education. In P.N.      Asuquo (ed) Traditional Education in Nigeria : An Introduction (pp. 118-148.). Calabar : NIVS.                            Kalu, I. (2004). Secondary school students’ perception of the environment of the Science Laboratory, Science Education International, 15(2), 115-124.Kalu, I. & Ali, A. (2004). Classroom interaction patterns, teacher and student characteristics and students’ learning outcomes in physics. Journal of Classroom Interaction, 39(2), 24-31 Kalu, I. & Ekwueme, C. O (2004) Assessment of teachers’ level of literacy       and attitude towards information and communication technology application in science, technology and mathematics education. E – Journal of Instructional Science and Technology, 7 (1) (http:// www. usq. edu. au/electpub /e-jist /docs Vol7 _No 1 / meltingPot /teach _ lev_ lit. htm).  Kalu, I (2004) Secondary school Physics and sustainable development in rural communities: The challenge of relevance. Nigeria Journal of Curriculum Studies, 1(1), 172 – 178. Asim, A. E., Ani, O. E., Kalu, I. (2004). An assessment of information and communication technology (ICT) skills development: A case study of computer literacy centres in Cross River State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Computer Literacy, 5 (1), 11 – 20.            Kalu, I. & Aweh, E.E. (2005). Secondary teachers’ perception of difficulty of teaching content areas of Chemistry curriculum: Implications for capacity building in science and technology. WCCI Nigeria Chapter Forum, 5(2), 273 – 280.           Kalu, I. (2005) Classroom interaction behaviours in physics lessons relative to students’ sex. African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 9 (1), 55 – 66.            Enu, D. B., Kalu, I. M, & Obi, F.B. (2005) Secondary school students’ perception of societal values for paper qualification and cheating tendency in examination. Journal of Research and Development in Education, 5, 170 – 176.          Kalu, I. & Ekwueme, C. E.(2005). Analysis of private and public primary school teachers’                 understanding  of the nature of science and its influence on their classroom practice. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning, 5(2), 84 – 87.           Kalu, I. & Asim, A.E. (2006). Conceptual change analysis of secondary school science teachers’ difficulties in implementing the inquiry teaching method.  Journal of Research and Development in Education, 6, 118 – 124.      Asim, A. E., Kalu, I., & Ekwueme, C. O. (2007). Skills in unpublished researches    in Science Education. Tropical Focus: The International Journal Series on Tropical Issues, 8(1), 89 – 94      Asim, A. E., Kalu, I., Idaka, I.E. & Bassey, S. W.(2007). Competency in STM assessment: The case of primary school teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria. In C. Natarajan & B. Choksi (eds). Proceedings of epiSTEME – 2, International Conference to review research on Science, Technology, and Mathematics Education (pp. 234 - 239). New Delhi: Macmillan India Ltd.      Wokocha, G. A. & Kalu, I. (2007). Instruction in mother tongue, pupils’ gender and      academic achievement in primary science. In M. K. Akinsola, D. Mapolelo, M. Mosothwane, & K. Bose (eds). Proceedings of the University of Botswana African Conference on Primary/Basic Education. (pp.642 - 649). Gaborone: Department of Primary Education, University of Botswana.      Kalu, I. (2008). Classroom interaction patterns and students’ learning outcomes in Physics. Medwell Journals: The Social Sciences, 3(1), 57 - 60.       Kalu, I, Uwatt, L. E., & Asim, A. E. (2008). Nigerian teachers’ attitude towards environmental sustainability issues in the curriculum. Medwell Journals: The Social Sciences, 3(2), 126 – 131.      Enu,D. B., Esu, A. E. O. & Kalu, I. M. (2008). School environmental variables as predictors of JSS 3 students’ Social studies academic achievement in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of curriculum Studies, 15 (2), 85 – 95.       Effiong, U. U., Ukpong, E., Kalu, I. M., Asim, A. E., Okokon, M., & Ibe, J. O. (2008). Primary Science for Primary Schools Book 1. Ikeja: Tanus Books Nigeria Limited.      Effiong, U. U., Ukpong, E., Kalu, I. M., Asim, A. E., Okokon, M., & Ibe, J. O. (2008). Primary Science for Primary Schools,Book 2. Ikeja: Tanus Books Nigeria Limited.      Effiong, U. U., Ukpong, E., Kalu, I. M., Asim, A. E., Okokon, M., & Ibe, J. O. (2008). Primary Science for Primary Schools,Book 3. Ikeja: Tanus Books Nigeria Limited.      Effiong, U. U., Ukpong, E., Kalu, I. M., Asim, A. E., Okokon, M., & Ibe, J. O. (2008). Primary Science for Primary Schools,Book 4. Ikeja: Tanus Books Nigeria Limited.      Effiong, U. U., Ukpong, E., Kalu, I. M., Asim, A. E., Okokon, M., & Ibe, J. O. (2008). Primary Science for Primary Schools,Book 5. Ikeja: Tanus Books Nigeria Limited.      Effiong, U. U., Ukpong, E., Kalu, I. M., Asim, A. E., Okokon, M., & Ibe, J. O. (2008). Primary Science for Primary Schools,Book 6. Ikeja: Tanus Books Nigeria Limited.   Kalu, I. (2009).Student gender, school proprietorship, school type and secondary school students’ perception of the constructivist learning environment of biology classrooms. Ebonyi State University Journal of Education , 2,           Kalu, I. M. , Egaga, P. I. , Olayi, J. E. & Ewa, J. A. (2010). Community participation in noise control and auditory health. In T. Ajobiewe and P. I. Osuorji (eds). New perspectives in special needs education for sustainable development.(pp. 89-93). Ibadan: Glory-Land Publishing Company.        Emeh, J. U., Isangedighi, A. J., Asuquo, P., Kalu, I., & Agba, A. M. O. (2011). Curriculum review: Reactions from education stakeholders in South-South States of Nigeria. Global Journal of Human and Social Sciences , 11(2), 33 – 42.       Edu, D.O., Edu, G. O., & Kalu, I. M. (2012). Influence of academic qualification and gender on teachers’ perception of difficult concepts in primary science in Ikom education zone of Cross River State, Nigeria. Greener Journal of Educational Research, 2(2), 021 - 026      Emeh, J. U., Asuquo, A., Kalu, I.,& Agba, A. M. O. (2012). Infectious diseases and the environment: Baseline information from education stakeholders in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Review of Social Science and Humanities, 2(2), 22 – 26.       Nja, C. O. & Kalu, I. (2013) Kitchen resources, reasoning ability level and the academic performance and retention in Thermochemistry in Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Science Frontier Research – Chemistry, 13(4), 9 – 13.       Nja, C. O. & Kalu, I. (2013). Kitchen resources, classroom interactions and academic performance and retention in Thermochemistry in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Education and Practice, 4, 169 – 172.      Kalu, I (2014). Tertiary education for global competitiveness and entrepreneurship development. International Journal of Educational Research, 13(1), 47 – 64.      Nja, C. O., Kalu, I., & Neji, H. A. (2015). Gender, kitchen resources and students’ academic performance and retention in Thermochemistry in Cross River State, Nigeria. Global journal Of Educational Research, 14, 61 – 67       Asuquo, I. M. & Kalu, I. M. (2015). Psychosocial variables, teacher effectiveness and academic achievement of community health students in Primary Healthcare. British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science, 11(4), 1 – 8.      Asuquo, I. M. & Kalu, I. M. (2016). Goal orientation, adaptive learning strategies and academic achievement of community health students in Primary Healthcare. British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science, 13 (1), 1 – 10.      Esu, A. E. O., Kalu, I. M. & Chukwurah, C. C. (2017). Issues in education, science and technology (A book of readings in honour of Prof. O. I. Enukoha). Calabar: Stiffaith Publishers.        Kalu, I. M. (2018). Science, technology and society. Calabar : Eme Iro & sons.
1918

Dr. Mrs. Edam Agbor

Journals Articlesi.               Edam – Agbor, I. B. & Odu, J. O. (2017). Management variables and    computerization of university libraries in South – South, Nigeria. education          for today, 13(3). 167 – 172. ii.             Edam – Agbor, I. B. & Jonah, E. A. (2015). Survey of the availability and use of           instructional media in selected secondary school libraries in Umuahia Local Government Area of Abia State. Journal of Library and Information          Technology Trends, 1(1). 140 – 150. iii.           Edam – Agbor, I. B. & Orim, F. S. (2016). Application of information and       communication technology (ICT) in University of Calabar and Cross River       State University of Technology libraries. International Journal of Educational      Administration Planning and Research, 8(20. 308 – 316. iv.           Edam-Agbor, I. B. & Robert, B. E. (2017). Staffing, communication and    automation in academic libraries in South – South Geo-Political Zone of      Nigeria. Ebonyi Journal of Library and Information Science, 4(2). 406 – 414. v.             Edam-Agbor, I. B. (2017), Staff motivation and coordination as correlates of computerization of university libraries in South - South Nigeria.      International Journal of Applied Technologies in Library & Information          management, 3(3).79 - 85 vi.           Ntui, A. I., Marcus, O. O. & Edam – Agbor (2015). Socio – demographic characteristics and stress among librarians in Cross River State, Nigeria.      Pearl: A Journal of Library and Information Science, 9(2).125 – 132. vii.         Odu, J. O. & Edam-Agbor, I. B. (2018). Library use instruction and the pattern     of  library services by Undergraduates in the University of Calabar, Nigeria.      Global Journal of Education Research, 17(1).87-95. viii.       Orim, F. & Edam –Agbor I. (2017). ICT and effective management of students’      academic records in Cross River State University of Technology      (CRUTECH). Education for today, p13(1). 190 – 194. ix.           Robert, B. E. & Edam – Agbor, I. B. (2017). Management  of university library services and utilization of information and communication technology (ICT)        in Akwa Ibom and Cross River States, Nigeria. Journal of Library and      Information Technology Trends, 1(2). 51 – 65.  x.             Udofia, U. I. & Edam – Agbor I. B. (2014). A comparative analysis of users’        attitudes towards photocopying services and availability of library resources in       Akwa Ibom State Public Library, Uyo and Cross River State Public Library,       Calabar. International Journal of Academic Research in business and     social           sciences, 4(1). 424 – 431. xi.           Udofia, U. I. & Edam – Agbor I. B. (2014). A comparative analysis of users’        attitudes toward lending and reference services in Akwa Ibom State Public     Library, Uyo and Cross River State public library, Calabar. International         Journal of academic Research in Business and Social sciences, 4(1). 432 –        440.  Thesis & Dissertationsi.               Edam – Agbor, I. B. (2018). Management  strategies and computerization of    universities libraries in South – South Nigeria, A Doctorate Degree    dissertation carried out in the department of Library and Information Science,    Faculty of  Education, University of Calabar, Nigeria. ii.             Edam – Agbor, I. B. (2009). Users’ attitudes towards the services of public         libraries: A comparative study of Akwa Ibom and Cross River State Public      Libraries. MLS Thesis carried out in the department of library & information   Science, Faculty of Education, University of Calabar. Booksi.               Ntui, A. I. & Edam – Agbor I. B. (2015) Library and information science: A   general perspective. Calabar: University of Calabar  Press. 207p. ii.             Edem, N. B., Ntui, A. I. & Edam – Agbor, I. B. (2011). Reference services in          academic libraries: A practical approach. Calabar: University of Calabar Press    . 228p.   Ntui, A. I. & Edam – Agbor, I. B. (2018). Emerging trends in  reference services. Calabar: university of Calabar press
1919

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda,Winifred.“Changing Funeral Practices in the Southern Nigerian Town of Calabar”,in Asian Academic Research Journal of Multidisciplinary,1.31,(2015),pp.46 – 59
1920

Prof. Akoda Winifred Eyoanwan

Akoda, Winifred.“The Contributions of Ali Mazrui to Historical Scholarship, International Journal of Humanities,Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE),2.6,(2015),pp.65 – 69
1921

Mary, I. E., Ojong, F. E., and Angioha, P. U. (2018).Microfinance Credit Programmes: Implications on Poverty Reduction in Southern Senatorial District of Cross River State – Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Humanities And Social Science (23)6, 38–45.
1922

Ingwe, R., Ojong, F. E., Ushie, M. E. and Mboto, W. A. (2009) Improving Sustainable Urban Development Through Energy transition in Nigeria. IUP Journal of Governance and Public Policy 4. (4) 3, 28-47.
1923

Ojong, F. E., Bessong, F. E., and Bassey, J. E. (2016).Manpower Development Strategies and The Use if Instructional Media in The Teaching of Mathematics in Cross River State Secondary Schools. Social Sciences Journal of Policy Review and Development Strategies.(2) 1,83-90.
1924

Ojong, F. E. Bessong, F. E. and Bassey. J. E. (2016). Managing Tertiary Education for Sustainable Development and Economic Security in Nigeria. International Journal of Advanced Studies in Economics and Public Sector Management.(2) 2,59-68.
1925

Ojong, F. E. and Bassey, F. E. (2017).Corruption and Infrastructure in Africa:Challenges for Integrated Sustainable Development Strategies in Humanities, Management and Social Sciences.(7),103-111.
1926

Ojong, F. E. and Amuyou, A. (2018).Development Projects and Poverty Reduction Among The People of Obanliku,Cross River State, Nigeria.International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences,(73) 43,2637-2650
1927

Ojong, F. E. and Anam, B. E.(2018).Agricultural Promotion Policy 2016-2020 and Rural Development in Nigeria:Challenges and Prospects.International Journal or Humanities and Social Sciences,(23)2,24-29.
1928

Ukwayi, K. J.,Ingwe, R. and Ojong, F. E. (2010).The Prevalence Of Missing Persons In Africa’s Premier Megacity (Lagos, Nigeria): A Descriptive And Comperative Analysis.Nigerian Journal of Social and Development Issues.(7)1,66-85
1929

Ukwayi, K. J., Ojong, F. E., Austine E. B. and Emeka, J.(2012).Impact of Crime on Sustainable Tourism in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Institute for Science, technology and Education Accelerating Global Knowledge Creation and Sharing. United Kingdom.(2)11,35-44.
1930

Ukwayi, K. J., Eja. E. I., Ojong, F. E and J. E. Otu. (2012).An Assessment of Housing Delivery in Nigeria Federal Mortgage Bank Scenario. Canadian Social Science 8(8),68-74.
1931

Eja, E. I., Ukwayi, K. J.,and Ojong, F. E.(2012).Success Factors Determining Nigeria as A Tourist Destination. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies.(3)4,426–432.
1932

Ingwe, R., Ikeji, C. C. and Ojong, F. E. (2010) Neoliberal Globalisation, Financial And Economic Crises and Sustainable Development in Africa. IUP Journal of Governance and Public Policy. (5)4,31-62.
1933

Ukwayi, K. J., Ojong, F. E., and Austine E. B.(2012).Socio-Economic Impact of Festivals on Community Development in Calabar, Nigeria.International Institute for Science, Technology and Education.(2)8,74-80.
1934

Mary, I. E., Ojong, F. E., and Angioha, P. U.(2018).Microfinance Credit Programmes:Implications on Poverty Reduction in Southern Senatorial District of Cross River State–Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Humanities And Social Science (23)6,8–45.
1935

Ingwe, R., Ojong, F. E., Ushie, M. E. and Mboto, W. A.(2009)Improving Sustainable Urban Development Through Energy transition in Nigeria. IUP Journal of Governance and Public Policy 4.(4) 3,28-47.
1936

Ukwayi, K. J., Ojong,F. E. and Anam, B. E. (2017).Urbanization and Crime in Nigeria: Addressing Key Challenges of Development Administration. International Journal of Advanced Research in Social Sciences, Environmental Studies and Technology.(3)1,107-118.
1937

Ojong, F. E., Eja, I. E.,Undelikwo, V. A. and Agbor, E. A. (2013).Indigenous Peoples’ Perception of Ecotourism In Cross River State, Nigeria. Academic Research International. SAVAP International (4)1,275-281.
1938

Ojong, F. E. (2008).Funeral Rites of The Ejagham People in Cross River State: An Appraisal of Akamkpa Local Government Area. Global Journal of Social Sciences.(7)2,79-84.
1939

Mrs. Ikootobong Sunday Urua

Ekpenyong, E., Williams, I. O., Okorafor, K. A. and Urua, I. E. (2015). Proximate, elemental and energy values of Clarias gariepinus subjected to two drying methods. Journal of Biopesticides and Environment, 2 (1-2): 21-28.
1940

Mrs. Ikootobong Sunday Urua

Uyoh, Edak Aniedi, Chukwurah, Peter N., Urua, Ikootobong S. and Umoffia, Helen M. (2013). Upgrading the medicinal value chain of neglected and underutilized Eremomastax (Lindau.) species through antioxidant health benefits. International Journal of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, 3(3): 334-342.
1941

Mrs. Ikootobong Sunday Urua

Urua, Ikootobong Sunday , Uyoh, Edak Aniedi , Ntui, Valentine Otang and Okpako, Elza Cletus (2013). Effect of processing on proximate composition, anti nutrient status and amino acid content in three accessions of African locust bean (Parkia biglobosa (Jacq) Benth. International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition. 64(1): 94-102. DOI: 10.3109/09637486.2012.704903.
1942

Mrs. Ikootobong Sunday Urua

Ekpo, I. A; Agbor, R. B; Osuagwu, A. N; Ekanem, E. B; Okpako, E. C; Agbo, B. E and Urua, I. S (2012). Comparative studies of the phyto chemical constituents of the stem bark and roots of Xylopia aethiopica (Dunal.) A. Rich. World Journal of Biological Research 005(2):9-12.
1943

Mrs. Ikootobong Sunday Urua

Ntui, Valentine Otang, Uyoh, Edak Aniedi, Urua, Ikootobong Sunday, Udensi Ogbu and Okpako, Elza Cletus (2012). Regeneration of Parkia biglobosa Benth.: An important tree species of Africa. Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology Research 2 (1): 169-177.
1944

Mrs. Ikootobong Sunday Urua

Udensi, O., Edu, E. A., Ntui, V. O., Otu, P. A., Urua, I. S. and Akpan, G. A. (2011). Cyto-sensitivity of some locally grown pigeon pea [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp] to the amiprophous methyl treatment as a guide for improvement. International Journal of Current Research 3(11): 176-180
1945

Mrs. Ikootobong Sunday Urua

Uyoh, Edak Aniedi , Urua, Ikootobong Sunday, Ntui, Valentine Otang and Okpako, Elza Cletus (2011). Flow cytometric analysis of nuclear DNA content, mitotic chromosome number and protein separation by SDS-PAGE in three accessions of African locust bean (Parkia biglobosa Benth.) Journal of Crop Science and Biotechnology 14(4):227-232. DOI: 10.1007/s12892-011-0043-1.
1946

Mrs. Ikootobong Sunday Urua

Udensi, O., Ikpeme, E. V., Markson, A.A., Edu, E. A. B., Umana, E. J. and Urua, I.S. (2010). Selection of soyabean genotypes using morphological markers. International Journal of Current Research, 7: 005-008.
1947

Mrs. Ikootobong Sunday Urua

Uyoh, E. A., Udensi, O., Ntui, V. and Urua, I. (2007). Effects of different processing methods on the cyanide content of garri from four cultivars of cassava. Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment, 5(3 and 4): 105-107.
1948

Mr. Eyime Echeng Eyime

D.E.Bassey,F.O.Faith-Praise,E.Udoeno,E.E.Eyime(2016).Investigation of 2-Ghz Threshold Levels for Radio Waves in the Southern Region of Nigeria. International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, 4(5) 8477-8483.
1949

Mr. Eyime Echeng Eyime

D.E.Bassey,B.E.Okon,F.O.Faith-Praise,E.E.Eyime(2016).Characterization of Traffic Flow Consumption Pattern and Subscribers’ Behaviour. International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, 4(5) 8484-8493.
1950

Mr. Eyime Echeng Eyime

D.E.Bassey,R.C.Okoro,B.E.Okon,E.E.Eyime(2016).Broadband-Infrastructure Deficit and ICT Growth Potentials in Cross River State,Nigeria.International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, 4(5) 8465-8476.
1951

Mr. Eyime Echeng Eyime

D.E.Bassey,B.E.Okon,E.E.Eyime(2016).Performance Evaluation of Asynchronous Transfer Mode(ATM) As a vehicle for wide bandwidth internet carriage.International Jounal of Engineering Research and General Science,4(5) 46-54.
1952

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Offiong, R.A., Atu, J.E., Njah, G.N & Iwara, A.I (2008). “Effects of land use change on soil physico chemical properties in a south-southern region of Nigeria”. African journal of environmental pollution and   health, Vol. 7, No. 2, November 2008. Pp 47-51. Ecoserve Publishers Calabar, Nigeria. ISSN 1596-7425.
1953

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Offiong, R. A., Edet, E. O.,  Njar, G. N., Abua, M. A. &  Atu, J. E. (2008). The influence of environmental factors on tree species composition, distribution and stocking density in KwaFalls River Valley, Cross River State, Nigeria. African journal of environmental  pollution and health,      Vol. 6. No. 1, November 2008. Pp 52-58. Ecoserve Publishers Calabar, Nigeria. ISSN 1596-7425. www.Ecoservepublishers.org.
1954

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Offiong, R. A., Atu, J. E., Njar, G. N.  & Amouyo, U. A. (2008). Problems and prospects of poor drainage systems and urban sustainability in Calabar, Nigeria. Global journal of social sciences, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp 121-127 indexed and abstracted on AJOL (UK):http://www.ajol.info. ISSN 1596-6216*Index and abstracted on AJOL (UK):http://www.ajol.info.
1955

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Atu, J. E. & Iwuanyanwu I. O.(2017). Socio- Economic Implications of Human Migratory Pattern in Akpabuyo Cross River State. World Environment Journal (WEJ), Vol. 1 No. 2 December 2017, pp, ISSN: 2638-4808 (print). Department of Geography and Environmental Science, University of Calabar, Nigeria. *Online at:  www.wedcj.com
1956

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Atu, J. E. & Udo E. E. (2017). Agriculture and the Mangrove Ecosystem of Akpabuyo Cross River State. World Environment Journal (WEJ), Vol. 1 No. 2 December 2018, pp, ISSN: 2638-4808 (print).  Department of Geography and Environmental Science, University of Calabar, Nigeria. *Online at:  www.wedcj.com.
1957

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Atu, J. E. (2017). Students’ Safety Perception at the University of Calabar Campus, Calabar, Nigeria. World Environment Journal (WEJ), Vol. 1 No. 1 June 2017, pp 91-98, ISSN: 2638-4808 (print).  Department of Geography and Environmental Science, University of Calabar, Nigeria. Online at: www.wedcj.com.
1958

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Iwara, A. I., Offiong, R. A., Njar, G. N., Atu, J. E. & Ogundele, F. O. (2012). The Effect of   LandUse Change on the structure and Floristic pattern of Vegetation in ugep, Nigeria.  Sacha Journal of Environmental Studies Vol. 2, Number 1 (2012).ISSN 2045-8479            (Print) ISSN 2045-8487(Online), pp101-113.  www.sachajournals.com.
1959

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Offiong, V.E., Eteng, E.O., Atu,  J. E. & Offiong, R. A. (2013). An assessment of the socio-economic effects of road construction/rehabilitation in seclected Local Government Areas of Cross River State. International Journal of Research in social Sciences Vol. 3. Issue 4, November 2013. ISSN: 2249-2496. www.ijmra.us.
1960

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Offiong, R. A., Iwara, I. A., Njar, G. N., Atu, J.E. & Eli, H. D. (2011). Effects of catenary differentiation on vegetation in Obung forest, Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences (JBES) Vol. 1, No. 6, Pp.93-103. Bangladesh (Asia). www.innspub.net.
1961

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Offiong, R. A., Iwara, A. I., Njar, G. N., & Atu, J. E.  (2012). Effects of industrial activities on the structure and floristic pattern of vegetation within the Calabar port Authority, South- Southern Nigeria. Journal of geography and geology. Vol. 4. No. 1, March 2012. Pp 203-211. Canada,  (North America).
1962

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Eni, D. I., Atu, J. E., Oko, C. O. & Ekwok, I. C. (2011). “Flood and its impact on farmlands in Itigidi, Abi Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria”.  International Journal of Humanities and Social Science. Vol. No. 9, July 2011. Pp 98-104, USA (North America). ISSN 2220-8488 (Print),  2221-0989 (Online).
1963

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Offiong, R. A., Atu, J. E. & Iwara, A. I., (2009). “Land claim in Calabar South- Nigeria: The  consequences on the environment”. Tropical focus. The international journal series on tropical issues. Vol. 10. No. 2, pp.172-176, May, 2009. Pacificam, Douala (Africa). www.tropicalfocus.org.
1964

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Ajake A. O., Eja E. I. & Atu, J. E. (2011). The Effects of Forest Degradation on Community Livelihood in the Rainforest of Cross River State, Nigeria. Environment and Natural Resources J. Vol.9,No.3,December2011:29-39 https://www.tcithaijo.org/index.php/ennrj/article/view/82482
1965

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Afangideh, A. I., Kinuabeye J. U & Atu, J. E. (2012). Attitude of Urban Dwellers   to Waste Disposal and Management. Journal of sustainable development Vol. 1 No. 2. 2012. European Centre of Sustainable Development, Rome 2012 ISSN 2239-5938 (print) 2239-6101(Online).
1966

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Gbadegesin, A. S., Abua, M.A & Atu, J. E. (2011). Variation in soil properties on cassava production in the coastal area of Cross River state, Nigeria. Journal of geography and   geology.Vol.3.No.1 September 2011. Pp 94-103. Canada (North America). (Print) ISSN    1916-9787 (Online). Canadian Center of Science and Education. www.ccsnet.org/jgg.
1967

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Okpiliya, F. I., Atu, J. E & Ushie C. A. (2013). Evolving a Common Environmental Policy Framework in  the South South Geopolitical Zone of Nigeria. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 3. No. 5, 2013. Pp 55-60 ISSN 2222-1719 (Print), ISSN 2222-2863 (Online). Suite 310, 12 Melcombe Place London, NW1 6JJ United Kingdom. www.iiste.org.
1968

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Atu, J. E. & Atu, G. E. E. (2018). Effects of Plastci Debris on Species of the Marine Environment: An Analysis of the Problem. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research and Innovation, (IJIRI)Vol. 6, Issue 3, pp 157-162. ISSN: 2348-1218(Print), 2348-1226(Online). Available at: www.researchpublish.com.
1969

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Atu, J. E., Offiong, R. A., Eni, D. I., Eja, E. I & Esien, O. E. (2012). The effects of urban sprawl on peripheral agricultural lands in Calabar, Nigeria. International Review of Social Sciences and Humanities Vol. 2, No. 2 (2012), pp 68-76, ISSN 2250-0715,(Print), ISSN 2248-9010(Online). Published by IRSSH Research Group, Ward No. 2, Dihing Satra, North Guwahati-781030 India  (Asia). www.irssh.com.
1970

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Atu, J. E., Offiong, R. A & Eja, E. I. (2013). Urban Sprawl Effects on Biodiversity in Peripheral Agricultural Lands in Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Environment and Earth Science, Vol 3, No. 7, 2013, pp, 219-231. ISSN 2224-3216 (print), ISSN 2225-0948 (Online). Suite 1304, 258 Madison Avenue, New York. www.iiste.org. 
1971

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Atu, J. E. & Bisong, F. E. (2013). Sprawl and Biodiversity in Cross River State,   Nigeria. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol 3, No. 21, 2013, pp, 134-147. ISSN 2224-5766 (print), ISSN 2225-0484 (online). Suite 1304, 258 Madison Avenue,   New York. www.iiste.org.
1972

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Atu, J.E. (2013). Land-Rights, Women and Food-crop Production in Cross River State: Implications for Rural Food Supply and Natural Resources Management. International  Journal of Physical and Human Geography, Vol. 1, Issue 3, pp. 9-19 December 2013. European- American Journals. ISSN 2052-6377 (Print) ISSN 2052-6385 (Online) 3 Baker Street, Luton, Beds LUI 3PX United Kingdom. Published by European Centre for Training and Development UK. www.ea-journals.org.
1973

Dr. Ephraim Ahamefula Ikegbu

Ikegbu,  Ephraim Ahamefula. "Ahamefula : The Logic of Unity and Identity ( New Paradigm for African Leadership Development )"  IO§R Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS) 23 (7) (2018), 26-34, E -ISSN: 2279-0837, P-ISSN: 2279-0845. www.iosrjournals.org
1974

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Atu, J.E., Obong, L.B. & Ikono, E. (2017). The Influence of  Palm oil Effluent on the Physical, chemical and Soil Micro Organism Diversity in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. International Review of Social Sciences and Humanities Vol. 13, No. 2-Vol. 14,  No.1 (2072), pp 14-22, ISSN 2250-0715,(Print), ISSN 2248-9010(Online). Published by IRSSH Research Group, Ward No. 2, Dihing Satra, North Guwahati-781030 India (Asia).    www.irssh.com.
1975

Dr. Atu Joy Eko

Joy Eko Atu, Linus Beba Obong & Ikono Ephraim (2017). The Influence of  Palm oil Effluent on the Physical, chemical and Soil Micro Organism Diversity in Akwa Ibom State,   Nigeria. International Review of Social Sciences and Humanities Vol. 13, No. 2-Vol. 14,  No.1 (2072), pp 14-22, ISSN 2250-0715,(Print), ISSN 2248-9010(Online). Published by IRSSH Research Group, Ward No. 2, Dihing Satra, North Guwahati-781030 India (Asia). www.irssh.com
1976

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

P. I. Akwaji., Edu, Esther Aja and Nkang, Ani Essien (2018). Assessment of structural framework (Tree species dbh and height) of some communal forests in Northern Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Current Research, (In Press).
1977

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

P. I. Akwaji and Edu, Esther Aja (2017). Population frequency, density, abundance and diversity of tree species in ten communal forests of Northern Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Current Research, 9(10): 59581-59596.
1978

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

P. I. Akwaji, E. O. Eyam and R. A. Bassey. (2017). Ethnobotanical survey of commonly used medicinal plants in Northern Cross River State, Nigeria. World Scientific News, 70 (2): 140-157.
1979

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

E. A. Edu and P. I. Akwaji. (2017). Pentaclethra macrophylla Benth (African oil bean tree) and Parkia biglobosa Jacq (African locust bean tree): The declining giants of the rainforest of Nigeria (The Northern Cross River State situation). World Scientific News, 64:127-138.
1980

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

A. A. Markson, *P. I. Akwaji and E. J. Umana. (2017). Mushroom biodiversity of the Cross River National Park (Oban Hills Division), Nigeria. World Scientific News, 65:59-80.
1981

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Umana, E. J., *Akwaji, P. I., Ekpenyong, E. M. and Hanson, P. I. (2016). Control of green rot fungus of Arachis hypogeae L. in storage using plant extracts. International Letters of Natural Sciences, 58: 77-84.
1982

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Umana, E. J., *Akwaji, P. I. andMarkson, A. A. (2016). Bioremediation of spent engine oil contaminated soil by using fungus; Penicillium sp. International Letters of Natural Sciences, 59: 82 - 91.
1983

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

P. I. Akwaji, E. J. Umana and E. I. Okon (2016). Phytochemical and antifungal activity of leaf extracts of Corchorus olitorius and Gongronema latifolium on fungi associated with post-harvest deterioration of maize (Zea mays) seed in Oban Community, Nigeria. World Scientific News, 53 (3): 157 – 177.
1984

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Akwaji, P. I., Okon, E. I., Umana, E. J. and Markson, A. A. (2016).Phytochemical and antifungal efficacy of leaf and stem bark extracts of Parkia biglobosa on fungi associated with seed rot of Green bean (Phaseolus vulgaries L.) in Akpabuyo, Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Pharmacology, Phytochemistry and Ethnomedicine, Vol. 3: 27 – 38.
1985

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Okey, E. N., *Akwaji, P. I., Akpan, J. B., Umana, E. J. and Bassey, G. A. (2016). In vitro control of tomato (Solanum lycopersicon L.) fruit rot caused by fungi using two plant extracts. International Letters of Natural Sciences, Vol. 52:19-27.
1986

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Udo, S. E., *Akwaji, P. I., Markson, A .A., Umana, E. J., Okey, E. N and Asuquo, M. (2016). Parkia biglobosa jacq (dawa-dawa): the threatened giant of the guinea savanna of Nigeria (the cross river state situation). Global Journal of Science Frontier Research: C, Vol. 1(2):21 – 32.
1987

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Akwaji, P. I., Okon, E. I., Markson, A. A. and Iso, U. E. (2016). Fungi associated with pre-harvest deterioration of egg plant Solanum melongena L. and their contorl using fruit extract of Tetrapleura tetraptera. Global Journal of Science Frontier Research: C, Vol. 1(2):7 – 15.
1988

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Okey, Edward Ntui., *Akwaji, Patrick Ishoro., Umana, Etim Johnsonand Markson, Aniedi-Abasi Akpan (2015). In vitro and in vivo biological evaluation of crude extracts of Dioscorea dumetorum and Psidium guajava leaves in the control of Storage rot of onion (Allium Cepa L.) bulbs. International Journal of Pharmacology, Phytochemistry and Ethnomedicine, Vol. 1: 81 – 92.
1989

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Okey, Edward Ntui., *Akwaji, Patrick Ishoro., Umana, Etim Johnsonand Markson, Aniedi-Abasi Akpan (2015). In vitro and in vivo biological evaluation of crude extracts of Dioscorea dumetorum and Psidium guajava leaves in the control of Storage rot of onion (Allium Cepa L.) bulbs. International Journal of Pharmacology, Phytochemistry and Ethnomedicine, Vol. 1: 81 – 92.
1990

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Okey, E. N., *Akwaji, P. I., Umana, E. J. and Omini, J. U. (2015). Phytochemical screening and control of fungal diseases of cocoa (Theobromae cacao L.) pod using extracts of plant origin. Agricultural and Bionutritional Research, Vol. 1(1): 20-27.
1991

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Umana, E. J., *Akwaji, P. I., Markson, A. A. and Udo, S. E. (2015). Gmelina arborea Roxb: Associated mycoflora and diseases in Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Science Frontier Research(C), Volume 15, Issue 4, Version 1.0: 1 – 11.
1992

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Umana, E. J., *Akwaji, P. I., Udo, S. E., Markson, A. A., Okey, E. N. and Udo, I. J. (2014). Determination of pathogenicity of Choanephora cucurbitarum (Berkeley and Ravenel) Thaxt, amongst commonly cultivated vegetables in Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Phytopathology, 03 (02): 55-61.
1993

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Umana, E. J., *Akwaji, P. I., Okey, E. N., Akpan, J. B. and Effiong, P. F. (2014). Mycoflora associated with cocoa (Theobromae cacao) pods obtained in the field and their effects on seed nutritional contents. Journal of Agricultural and Crop Research, Vol.2 (12): 236-241.
1994

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Udo, S. E., Obi-Abang, M, Okoi, A. I. and Akwaji, P. (2013). Nutrition and Anti-nutrition components of two popular lesser-known vegetables in farming communities of Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Applied andNatural Sciences (IJANS), 2, (15): 85-90.
1995

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Markson, A. A., Umana, E. J., Udo, S. E. and Akwaji, P. I. (2016). Chemical pesticides: Are they really necessary? Nigerian Journal of Biopesticides, 1 (1): 109 – 143.
1996

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Umana, E. J., Markson, A. A., Udo, S. E., Okon, E. I. and *Akwaji, P. I. (2016). Control of post-harvest rot of sweet orange (Citrus sinensis) with extracts of plant origin. Nigerian Journal of Biopesticides, 1 (1): 88 – 93.
1997

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Umana, E. J., *Akwaji, P. I., Markson, A. A. and Udo, S. E. (2015). Phytochemical constituents and in vitro inhibitory effect of ten plant extracts on fungi associated with Gmelina arborea Roxb in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Biopesticides and Environment, 1: 63-73.
1998

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Markson, A. A., Akpan, J. B., Anwan, E. E., Umana, E. J., Udo, S. E. and Akwaji, P.I. (2015). In vitro bioactivity of Alliumsativum and Allium cepa extracts against some wound pathogens in Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Biopesticides and Agriculture, 1: 93 - 98.
1999

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Umana, E. J., *Akwaji, P. I., Ekpenyong, E. M. and Okon, E. I. (2014). Suppression of Fusarium wilt of tomato by organic soil amendment. Journal of Life SciencesResearch and Discovery, 1: 5-9.
2000

Mr. Akwaji Patrick Ishoro

Umana, E. J., *Akwaji, P. I., Ekpenyong, E. M., Okon, E. I. and Anya, B. A. (2014). Effect of crude oil polluted soil on morphological growth of Phaseolus vulgaries (L.). Journal of Life Sciences Research and Discovery, 1: 14-18.
2001

Mrs. Sovereign Felix Nyong

Nyong, S. F. (2014) Culture Tourism Advertisement and Socioeconomic Development in Cross River State, Nigeria (A study of Calabar Festival) (3),423-442.
2002

Mrs. Sovereign Felix Nyong

Nyong, S. F. (2016) Emergence of Crude Oil and Economic Development in Nigeria: a Critical Appraisal. Multi-disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives (5)2,2315-9936.
2003

Mrs. Sovereign Felix Nyong

Nyong, S. F. (2018) Ethnological Implications of female Genital Mutilation on Girl Child Development and Women Devaluation in Akpabuyo Local Government Area. Journal of Humanities and Social Science, (23),3-20-27
2004

Mrs. Sovereign Felix Nyong

Nyong, S. F. (2018) Tourism Sites and Infrastructural Development in Southern Senatorial District of Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of New Technology and Research (IJNTR). (4), 57-63.
2005

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. Nahsang, F. F. and Udo, S. P. (1996) Cross-shore sediment dynamics on dissipative beaches. Quasi-daily observations along S. E. coast of Nigeria 28th International geographical Congress, The Hague, Netherlands, 4-10 August (ABSTRACT)
2006

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1995) Inventory of current parameters and their asymmetries on a shoreface-connected ridge complex, Southern North Sea. 28th International Geographical Congress, The Hague, Netherlands, 4-10 August (ABSTRACT)
2007

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1995) Anatomy of shoreline geomorphology of Nigeria. 28th International Geographical Congress, The Hague, Netherlands, 4-10 August (ABSTRACT)
2008

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1996) Observations and modeling of crude oil pollution on beaches: case study of eastern Niger Delta beaches. First International Conference on the Coastal Environment, Rio de Janeiro, 7-9 August. (ABSTRACT)
2009

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. Udeh, S. and Enwere, J. (1996) Crab burrows and beach morphodynamics, S.E. Nigeria. International Seminar on the Coastal Zone of West Africa, Accra, 25-29 March (ABSTRACT)
2010

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Showell, J. O. (1996) Bacteria dynamics in mesotidal estuaries and adjoining nearshore waters, S. E. Nigeria. International Seminar on the Coastal Zone of West Africa, Accra, 25-29 March (ABSTRACT)
2011

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1996b) Patterns of tidal flow asymmetry on shoreface-connected ridge topography off Spiekeroog Island, German Bight. Deutsche Hydrographishe Zeitschrift, 48, 97-107.
2012

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1996a) On the significance of ebb-tidal deltas to the development of the subtidal longshore-rhythmic morphology (Sagezahnriffe) along the German North Sea coast. Zeitschrift fur Geomorphologie, 40, 477-485.
2013

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1996) Shoreface-connected ridges in German and U.S Mid-Atlantic Bights: Similarities and contrasts. Journal of Coastal Research, 12, 141-146.
2014

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1996) Rates and patterns of migration of shoreface-connected sandy ridges along the southern North Sea coast. Journal of Coastal Research, 12,38 – 46.
2015

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1995) Anatomy of coastal plain estuaries of Nigeria International Seminar on the Coastal Zone of West Africa, Accra, 25-29 March (ABSTRACT)
2016

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1995) On the role of coastal oceanographic processes and man in salinization and pollution of coastal aquifers in Nigeria 8th Annual Conference Nig. Assoc. of Hydrogeologists, Port-Harcourt (ABSTRACT)
2017

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Showell, J. O. (1995) Distribution patterns of bacteria in mesotidal estuaries and associated nearshore waters of Qua Iboe and Imo, S.E. Nigeria. 9th /10th Annual Conference Nig. Assoc Aqua. Sci, Abeokuta, (ABSTRACT)
2018

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1995) Nutrients and water quality parameters in turbulent regions of coastal waters: case study of Imo River estuary and adjoining ocean-beach surf zones, S. E. Nigeria. 9th /10th Annual Conference Nig. Assoc Aqua. Sci, Abeokuta (ABSTRACT)
2019

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E., Showell, J. O. and Umana, U. A. (1995) A preliminary study of bacteria and nutrient distribution patterns in oceanfront and estuarine beach sediments and waters of southeastern Nigeria. 4th Annual Scientific Conf. Nig. Soc. Bio. Conserv., University of Uyo, Sept. 27-30 (ABSTRACT)
2020

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1995) Crab burrows as an indicator of physical variability of sandy beaches. 4th Annual Scientific Conf.. Nig. Soc. Bio. Conserv., University of Uyo, Sept. 27-30 (ABSTRACT)
2021

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1995) Tidal dynamics and distortion as determinants of the degree of coastal zone degradation by offshore oil spill. 4th Annual Scientific Conf. Nig. Soc. Bio. Conserv., University of Uyo, Sept 27-30 (ABSTRACT)
2022

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Asuquo. F. E. and Antia, E. E. (1995) Coastal garbage along the southeastern coast of Nigeria. 31st Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society Conference, Calabar, (ABSTRACT)
2023

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1995) Concept of nodal zone and shoreline management in Nigeria. 31st Nigerian mining and Geosciences Society Conference, Calabar, (ABSTRACT)
2024

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1995) Concept of nodal zone and shoreline management in Nigeria. 31st Nigerian mining and Geosciences Society Conference, Calabar, (ABSTRACT)
2025

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E., Flemming, B. W. and Wefer, G. (1995) Calm-weather spring and neap tidal current characteristics on a shoreface-connected ridge complex in the German Bight (southern North Sea). Geo-Marine Letters, 15,30-36.
2026

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1995b) Tidal range-related reversal in grain-size pattern on a tropical sandy beach of Nigeria. Senckenbergiana maritima, 25,147-153.
2027

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1995a) Sedimentary deposits related to inlet-shoreface storm flow interaction in the German Bight. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 40, 699-712.
2028

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1995) Transgressive sedimentary facies sequence of coastal plain estuaries of Nigeria: a conceptual model. 31st Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society Conference, Calabar, (ABSTRACT)
2029

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Flemming, B. W. (1994) Mass physical properties of mud-sand sequence in the inner German Bight, southern North Sea. 2nd International Conference on the Geology of Siliciclastic Shelf Seas, Grent, Belgium, (ABSTRACT)
2030

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1994) Patterns of tidal flow asymmetry on a shoreface-connected ridge topography, Spiekeroog Island, German Bight. 2nd International Conference on the Geology of Siliciclastic Shelf Seas, Gent, Belgium, (ABSTRACT)
2031

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. Flemming, B. W. and Wefer, G. (1994 b) Transgressive facies sequence of a high energy, wave-tide-storm-influenced shoreface: A case study of the East Frisian barrier islands (Southern North Sea). FACIES, 30, 15-24.
2032

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. Flemming, B. W. and Wefer, G. (1994a) Sedimentary facies associations of shoreface-connected ridge systems in the German Bight, southern North Sea. Deutsche Hydrographische Zeitschrift, 46, 229-244.
2033

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1994b) Long-term and post-storm dynamic pattern of rip channels along the East Frisian barrier island coast. Geologie en Mijnbouw, 73, 1-12.
2034

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1994a) The ebb-tidal delta model of shoreface ridge origin and evolution: Appraisal and applicability along the southern North Sea barrier island coast–a discussion. Geo-Marine Letters, 14, 59-64.
2035

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1993) Implications of alongshore periodic geomorphic shoreface features. 3rd International Geomorphological Conference, Hamilton, Canada.
2036

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1993c) Sedimentologische Untersuchungen in zwei potententiellen Verklappungsgebieten in der inneren Deutschen Bucht (Sedimentological Studies of Two Potential Dump Sites in the Inner German Bight). Report of oil pipeline project commissioned by STATOIL(Study Agreement NO.C-170198 REV. 1)
2037

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1993b) Surficial grain-size statistical parameters of a North Sea shoreface-connected ridge: Patterns and process implication. Geo-Marine Letters, 13, 172-181.
2038

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1993a) Sedimentology, Morphodynamics and Facies Association of a Mesotidal Barrier Island Shoreface (Spiekeroog, Southern North Sea). Geosciences Series Nr 32 University of Bremen, Germany, ISSN 0931-0800, 370 pp.
2039

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1992) Sedimentology, morphodynamics and facies association of a mesotidal barrier island shoreface, Spiekeroog, southern North Sea. IGU Congress, Washington, D. C., Aug. 9-14
2040

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Flemming, B. W. (1992) Rip channel dynamics along the East Frisian barrier islands. German Sedimentological Meeting, Berlin, June 1-3
2041

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1992) A process of development and dynamic pattern of the shoreface-connected ridge morphology along the East Frisian barrier island. Contribution to the Wadden Sea Seminar, Skallingen, Denmark.
2042

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1992) A morphodynamic model of sandy beach susceptibility to tar pollution and self-cleansing on the Nigerian coast. Journal of Coastal Research, 9, 1065-1074.
2043

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Enyenihi, U. K., Asuquo, F. E. and Antia, E. E. (1992) The levels of stranded pelagic tar residues on Ibeno Beach, Nigeria. Tropical Journal Applied Science, 2, 52-55.
2044

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1991) Sedimentary facies association of a mesotidal, mixed-energy shoreface of Spiekeroog, southern North Sea. Contribution to the Wadden Sea Seminar, Netherlands Institute of Sea Research, Texel.
2045

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1991) Beach change magnitudes in relation to dynamic phases on dissipative coasts. Proceedings 7th Symposium on Coastal and Ocean Management, California, July 8-12. American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, 3193-3202.
2046

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Flemming, B. W. and Antia, E. E. (1990) Sturmbedingte Resonanz und ihre Bedeutung fur Morphodynamik und Sedimenttransport an der ostfriesischen Inselkuste (Storm-generated resonance and the implication for the morphodynamics and sediment transport along the East Frisian Island coasts), GEOTAGUNG 90 (142nd German Geological Society Conference), Bremen.
2047

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Flemming, B. W. and Antia, E. E. (1990) Interaction between storm-generated resonance and nearshore morphodynamics along the Frisian barrier island coast, southern North Sea. 13th International Sedimentological Congress, Nottingham, UK
2048

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Flemming, B. W. (1990) Bodennahe Stromungsmuster und Sedimenttransportwege im unteren Sockelbereich der Insel Spiekeroog (Bottom currents and sediment transport paths on the lower shoreface of Spiekeroog Island). GEOTAGUNG 90 (142nd German Geological Society Conference). Bremen, 3-6 October
2049

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Flemming. B. W. (1990) Zur Sedimentologie und Morphodynamik der Rinnen-und Ruckensysteme im unteren sockeibereich der ostfriesischen inseln (On the sedimentology and morphodynamics of the shoreface-connected ridge system of the East Frisian islands). Sediment 90 (5th Sedimentologen-Treffen) Bonn, FRG, 6-7 June
2050

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Flemming, B. W. and Antia, E. E. (1990) Interaction between storm-generated resonances and nearshore morphodynamics along the mesotidal Frisian barrier island coast. Contribution to Spiekeroog Seminar. Senckenberg Institute of Marine Geology and Marine Biology, Wilhelmshaven, Germany, March 30.
2051

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1990) Sedimentologie und Morphodynamik des Spiekerooger Inselsockels. (Sedimentology and Morphodynamics of Shoreface of Spiekeroog Island). Fachbereich Geowissenschaften, Universitat Bremen, Bremen, Germany, June 28.
2052

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1990) Relationships between sediment texture and morphology on the lower shoreface of Spiekeroog Island. Contribution to Spiekeroog Seminar. Senckenberg Institute of Marine Geology and Marine Biology, Wilhelmshaven, Germany, March 30.
2053

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1990c) Edge wave resonances and beach dynamics on the west African coast. Proceedings 15th Colloquium on African Geology, Nancy, France, 405-408.
2054

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1990b) Gulf of Guinea Beaches and their modern-day dynamic modes. Journal of Coastal Research Special Issue 9, (International Symposium on Sea Level rise, Flooding, Coastal Erosion and Protection, Denmark) (Eds: Bruun, P. and Jacobsen, N. K.) 591-604.
2055

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1990a) Beach response to edge wave resonances: field evidence from the west African coast. Journal of Coastal Research Special Issue 9, (International Symposium on Sea Level Rise, Flooding, Coastal Erosion and Protection, Denmark) (Eds: Bruun, P. and Jacobsen, N. K.), 395-406.
2056

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1989) Verteilung und Bilanzierung rezenter Sedimente in Strand-Vorstrand-und Sockelbereich der Insel Spiekeroog (Distribution and budget of Recent sediments on the beach, foreshore and shoreface of Spiekeroog Island). Contribution to Spiekeroog Seminar Senckenberg Institute of Marine Geology and Marine Biology, Wilhelmshaven, Germany, January 31.
2057

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1988) Potential signatures of short-term shoreline instability in Nigeria. Joint Oceanographic Assemble, Acalpuco, Mexico
2058

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1989e) Beach cusps and beach dynamics: a quantitative field appraisal. Coastal Engineering, 13, 263-272.
2059

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1989d) Studies on swash marks and swash angles on texturally, tidally and morphodynamically-distinct beaches. Geologie en Mijnbouw, 68, 297-300.
2060

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1989c) Surf-zone breaker types, subaqueous bar topographies and sandy beach transformation on the Nigerian coast. Proceedings Coastal Zone Specialty Symposium, South Carolina, American Society of civil Engineers, New York, 1674-1687.
2061

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1989b) A short-term study of the effects of the changing coastal conditions on some geomorphic elements on Nigerian beaches. Zeitschrift fur Geomorphologie, 73, 1-16.
2062

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1989a) Beach cusps and burrowing activities of crabs on a fine-grained sandy beach, southeastern Nigeria. Journal of Coastal Research, 5, 263-270.
2063

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Nyong, E. E. (1988). Beach morphodynamics along the Nigerian coastline: implications for coastal engineering projects. Journal of African Earth Sciences, 7, 553-559.
2064

Dr. Ogbuagu Udensi Ugorji

Ntui, V. O.,  Uyoh, E. A., Affangideh, U., Udensi, O. and Egbonyi, J. P. (2006). Correlation and genetic variability in cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz). Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment, 4(3&4):147-150. Ntui, V. O., Uyoh, E. A., Udensi, O. and Enok, L. N. (2007). Response of pumpkin (Cucurbita ficifolia L)to some growth regulators. Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment, 5(2):211-214. Uyoh, E. A., Udensi, O., Ntui, V. and Urua, I. (2007). Effect of different processing methods on cyanide content of garri from four cultivars of cassava. Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment, 5 (3&4): 105 -107.  Udensi, O., Ikpeme, E.V., Uyoh, E. A., Ekpo, I. A., Brisibe, E.A. and Asikong, B. E. (2010) Effects of Starch Acetylation on Bioplastics- Degrading Micro Organisms: A Pointer to Assessing Biodegradation. International Journal of Current Research, 7: 037-040. Udensi, O., Ikpeme, E. V., Markson, A. A., Edu, E. A., Umana, E. J. and Urua, I. S. (2010) Selection of Soyabean (Glycine Max) genotype using morphological Markers. International Journal of Current Research, 7:005-008. Udensi, O., Edu, E. A., Umana, U. J. and Ikpeme, E. V. (2011) Estimation of genetic variability in locally grown pulses [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp and Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp]: A panacea for sourcing superior genotypes. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, 14(6): 404-407. Udensi, O., Umana, U. J., Edu, E. A. and Ikpeme, E. V.  (2011). Screening locally grown pulses for proximate, anti-nutritive and mineral compositions: Indices for conservation and improvement. International Journal of Agricultural Research, 6(6): 504-510. Udensi, O., Edu, E. A. and Ikpeme, E. V. (2011). Optimization of correlation and path coefficient analyses as selection techniques for yield in locally grown cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L) Walp]. International Journal of Current Research, 3(11): 162-165. Udensi, O., Uyoh, E. A. and Brisibe, E. A.  (2011). Chemical treatment as a guide for in planta acetylation of starch required for the production of biodegradable plastics. International Journal of Current Research, 3(12): 36-42. Udensi, O., Ikpeme, E.V., Markson, A. A., Omosun, G., Madunagu, B. E. and Umana, E. J. (2011) Physiochemical markers of water samples treated with Moringa oleifera seed suspension. Research Journal of Agricultural and Biological Sciences, 7(2): 322-327. Udensi, O., Edu, E. A., Ntui, V. O., Otu, P. A., Urua, I. S. and Akpan, G. A.  (2011). Cyto-sensitivity of some locally grown pigeon pea [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp] to amiprophos methyl treatment as a guide for improvement. International Journal of Current Research, 3(11):176-180. Ikpeme, E. V., Ekaluo, U.B., Kooffreh, M.E. and Udensi, O. (2011) Phytochemistry and haematology potential of ethanol seed, leaf and pulp extracts of Carica Papaya (Linn). Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, 14:408-411. Ikpeme, E.V., Udensi, O., Ekaluo, U. B., Nta, A. I. and Takon, I. A. (2011) Evaluation of the therapeutic potentials of Enantia chlorantha (oliv.): An anti-malarial herb. Elixir Applied Botany, 41: 6032-6036. Brisibe, E. A., Udensi, O., Ntui, V. O., Otu, P. A. and Chukwurah, P. N. (2011).  Sensitivity of some quantitative and yield characters of ‘Egusi’ melon (Colocynthis citrullus L.) to treatment with microtubule inhibitors. African Journal of Plant Science, 5(13): 759-766. Udensi, O., Ikpeme, E. V., Edu, E. A. and Ekpe, D. E. (2012). Relationship studies in cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp] landraces grown under humid lowland condition. International Journal of Agricultural Research, 7(1): 33-45. Udensi, O., Edu, E. A., Ikpeme, E. V., Ebigwai, J. K. and Ekpe, D. E. (2012). Biometrical evaluation and yield performance assessment of cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp] landraces grown under lowland tropical condition. International Journal of Plant Breeding and Genetics, 6(1): 47-53. Ntui, V. O., Uyoh, E. A., Urua, I. S., Udensi, O. and Okpako, E. C. (2012). Regeneration of Parkia biglobosa (Benth): An important tree species of African Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology Research, 2 (1):169-177. Brisibe, E. A., Udensi, O., Chukwurah, P. N., de Magalhäes, P. M., Figueira, G. M. and Ferreira, J. F. S. (2012). Adaptation and agronomic performance of Artemisia annua L. under lowland humid tropical conditions. Industrial Crops and Products, 39: 190 – 197.Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O., Ekaluo, U. B. and Uyoh, E. A. (2012). Ethnobotanical relevance of spice plants [Parkia biglobossa and Gongronema latifolium]: Indices for conservation and domestication. Journal of Basic and Applied Science. Research, 2(3): 3094-3102. Udensi, O., Arong, G. A., Obu, J. A., Ikpeme, E.V. and Ojobe, T. O. (2012). Radio-sensitivity of some selected landraces of pulses to gamma irradiation: Indices for use as improvement and preservation techniques.  American Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 2(3):320-335. Udensi, O. and Ikpeme, E. V. (2012). Correlation and path coefficient analyses of seed yield and its contributing traits in Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. American Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 2(3): 351-358. Udensi, O. U., Ikpeme, E. V., Obu, J. A. and Ekpe, D. E. (2012). Assessing the mutagenic effects of gamma irradiation on Cajanus cajan (L.) Huth and Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp landraces using morphological markers Comunicata Scientiae, 3(4): 271-281.Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O., Ekaluo, U. B. and Solomon, T. O. (2012). Efficacy of ascorbic acid in reducing glyphosate-induced toxicity in rats. British Biotechnology Journal, 2(3): 157-168. Udensi, O. U and Ntui, V.O. (2013). Determination by flow cytometry polyploidy inducing-capacity of colchicine in Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences,16(13):630-635. Ekaluo, U. B., Udensi, O. U. and Ikpeme, E. V. (2013). Genotoxic potentials of some medicinal plants on Drosophila melanogaster. Elixir Applied Botany, 58:14846-14849. Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O. U., Ekerette, E. E. and Chukwura, P. N. (2013). Optimization of plant factory for sourcing natural antioxidants: A paradigm shift. International Journal of Advanced Research, 1(4): 7-15.Udensi, O. U., Edu, E. A., Ikpeme, E. V. and Ntia, M. I. (2013). Response of pigeon pea landraces [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.] to exogenous application of plant growth regulators. Annual Research and Review in Biology, 3(4):762-776. Udensi, O and Ntui, V. O. (2013). Evaluating the performance of amiprophos methyl and γ-irradiated seeds on growth and yield traits of pigeon pea.  International Journal of Agriculture and Biology,15(5): 885-890. Asikong, B. E., Udensi, O. U., Epoke, J., Eja, E. M. and Antai, E. E. (2014). Microbial analysis and biogas yield of water hyacinth, cow dung and poultry dropping fed-anaerobic digesters. British Journal of Applied Science and Technology, 4(4): 650-661. Udensi, O. U., Ntia, M. I. and Obianwa, U. C. (2014). Optimizing induced mutation technique for the improvement of agronomic traits in pigeon pea [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.] landraces.  Comunicata Scientiae, 5(3): 267-278. Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O.U and Adetayo, A. (2014). Efficacy of Hibiscus sabdariffa and Telfairia occidentalis in the attenuation of CCl4- mediated oxidative stress. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine, 7(Suppl.1):S321-S326. Ikpeme, E. V., Ekaluo, U.B., Udensi, O. U. and Ekerette, E. E. (2014). Screening fresh and dried fruits of avocado pear (Persea americana) for antioxidant activities: An alternative for synthetic antioxidant. Journal of Life Sciences Research and Discovery, 1(1):19-25.Udensi, O. U., Edu, E. A., Ikpeme, E. V. and Ntia, M. I. (2015). Sensitivity of pigeon pea landraces [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.] to amiprophos methyl treatment. International Journal of plant and Soil Sciences, 7(5): 256-264. Udensi, O. U., Ekaluo, U. B and Ikpeme, E. V. (2015). Effect of amiprophos methyl-induced mutations on the performance of M2 and M3 generations of pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp,). Journal of Life Sciences Research and Discovery, 1(2):7-12. Edu, E. A. B., Udensi, O. U., and Ononyume, M. O. (2015). Bio-monitoring of mangroves sediments and tissues for heavy metal accumulation in the mangrove forest of Cross River estuary. Journal of Agriculture and Ecology Research International, 4(2): 79-87. Ekaluo, U.B., Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O. U., Ekerette, E. E., Usen, S. O. and Usoroh, S. F. (2015). Comparative in vitro assessment of drumstick (Moringa oleifera) and Neem (Azadiracta indica) leaf extracts for antioxidant and free radical scavenging activities. Research Journal of Medicinal Plant, 9(1):24-33.Udensi, O. U. and Edu, N. E. (2015). Evaluation and identification of genetic variation pattern in cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp] accessions using multivariate analysis. Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 11:149-158. Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O. U., Ekaluo, U. B., Kooffreh, M. E., Okolo, C. M., Ekpo, P. B. and Ogbonna, N. C. (2015). Unveiling the genetic diversity in Clarias gariepinus (Burchell, 1822) using random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) fingerprinting technique. Asian Journal of Animal Science, 9(5):187-197. Udensi, O. U., Okon, E. A., Ikpeme, E, V., Onung, O.O. and Ogban, F. U. (2016). Assessing the genetic diversity in cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp] accessions obtained from IITA, Nigeria using random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD). International Journal Plant Breeding and Genetics,10: 12-22. Ikpeme, E, V., Udensi, O. U., Okolo, M. C., Ogban, F. U., Ufford, N. G., Odo, E. U. and Asuquo, B. O. (2016). Genetic relatedness of Clarias gariepinus  (L.) from cultured and wild populations using multivariate analyses. Asian Journal of Animal Science, 10: 131-138. Ikpeme, E. V., Kooffreh, M. E.,Udensi, O. U., Ekerette, E. E.,  Ashishie, L. A. and Ozoje, M. O. (2016). Multivariate-Based Genetic Diversity Analysis of Three Genotypes of Nigerian Local Chickens (Gallus domestica). International Journal of Science and Research Methodology. Human, 5 (2): 1-1.Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O. U., Kooffreh, M. E., Etta, H. E., Ushie, B. B., Echea, E. and Ozoje, M. (2017). In silico analysis of BRCA1 gene and its phylogenetic relationship in some selected domestic animal species. Trends Bioinformatics, 10: 1-10. Ikpeme, E. V., Ekerette, E. E., Udensi, O. U. and Ozoje, M. O. (2017). Assessment of morphological variation in wild and cultured populations of tilapia fish (Oreochromis niloticus). Journal of Advances in Biology & Biotechnology, 13(2): 1-10.Udensi, O. U., Edu, N. E., Ikpeme, E. V., Onung, O. O., Emeagi, L. I., Nwanze, B. I. and Ejiyere, E. R. (2017) Genotyping of pigeon pea [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.] accessions obtained from International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) germplasm using random amplified polymorphic DNA. Journal of Experimental Agriculture International, 17(3): 1-12. Udensi, O. U., Ikpeme, E. V. and Emeagi, L. I. (2017). Flow cytometry determination of ploidy level in winged bean [Psophocarpus tetragonolobus (L.) DC] and its response to colchicine-induced mutagenesis. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, 23: 35-51. Udensi, O. U., Ita, E. E., Ikpeme, E. V., Ubi, G. and Emeagi, L. I. (2017). Sequence analysis of maturase k (Matk): A chloroplast-encoding gene in some selected pulses. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, 23: 213-230.Ekerette, E.E., Ikpeme, E.V., Udensi, O.U., Ozoje, M.O., Etukudo, O. M., Umoyen, A. J., Durosaro, S. O. and Wheto, M. (2018). Phylogenetics and molecular divergence of tilapia fish (Oreochromis Species) using mitochondrial D-Loop and cytochrome b regions. American Journal of Molecular Biology, 8:39-57.Okon, E. A., Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O. U., Ekerette, E. E., Etta, H. E., Willie, E. P. and Ozoje, M. (2018) Computational analysis of evolutionary relationship of a family of cold shock proteins in ten mammalian species. Journal of Advances in Biology & Biotechnology, 16(2): 1-14  Edu, E. A. B., Omokaro, D. N., Holzloehner, S. and Udensi, O. (2007). Microflora population in mangrove sediments of Cross River estuary. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, 13(3):347-352. Ikpeme, E.V., Udensi, O.,  Ekaluo, U.B.,  Uyoh, E.A., Asuquo, B.O.,  Udoh, F.V. and Udoh, P.B. (2007). Effect of crude extract of Carica papaya seeds on the reproductive efficiency of male albino rats. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences 13: 365-368. Udensi, O., Ikpeme, E. V., Uyoh, E. A. and Brisibe, E. A. (2009). Evaluation of starch biodegradable plastics derived from cassava and their rate of degradation in soil. Nigerian Journal of Biotechnology, 20: 29-33.Udensi, O., Edu, E. A., Ikpeme, E.V. and Markson, A. A. (2010) Correlation of Carotene and Cyanogenic Glycosides with Tuber Yield in 4 cassava (Manihot Esculenta crantz) Cultivars. International Researcher, 1(3): 245-253.  
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Dr. Isaac Okeme

Beshel Cecilia Akpana & Okeme Isaac (2018) Women's Participation in Agricultural Cooperative Activities and Rural Development in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Educational System 2018. 2(3):15-21
2066

Dr. Irek Nancy irek

Irek,Nancy E. and Adora Charles E.“Theatre as a Tool for Actualization of the Agenda of Change in Nigeria”.In Ikoro:Journal of Contemporary African Studies.Ed.Emeka Nwabueze. 10.1 and 2(2018):66-75.
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Dr. Irek Nancy irek

Irek,Nancy and Adora Charles.“Folk Music and Songs in a Recessed Economy:A Survivalist Proposal”.In Banchi: Nasarawa Journal of Theatre and Media Arts.Ed.Gowon Ama Doki.5.1.(2018):68-87.
2068

Dr. Irek Nancy irek

Irek,Nancy and Charles,Efiong.“Developing the Arts Industry through the Theatre Profession”.JOTAMS;1.2, (2016):143-151.
2069

Dr. Irek Nancy irek

Irek,Nancy and Charles Effiong.“Theatre Practice In Nigeria:Surveying the Past and Present”.Ifok Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies.[Department of Philosophy, Akwa Ibom State University,Nigeria].2-1(2015):30-39.
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Dr. Irek Nancy irek

Irek,Nancy and Charles Effiong.“Media Marketing: The Theatre in Perspective”.West African Association for Commonwealth Literature and Languages Studies Journal.Ed Chris Nwamuo 3.2(2015):89-98
2071

Dr. Irek Nancy irek

Irek,Nancy E.“Prophetic Reflection on Good Governance in Nigeria:A Discourse on Chinua Achebe’s The Trouble with Nigeria”.Emeka Nwabueze (ed).Chinua Achebe and the Convolution of Immortality:Reassessing the Writer in Relation to New Realities.Enugu,CNC Publication (2018).86-92
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Dr. Irek Nancy irek

Irek, Nancy E.“Music as a Tool for Communicating Good Governance in Nigeria:A Periscopic Survey of Selected Nigerian Musicians”.West African Association for Commonwealth Literature and Languages Studies Journal.Ed Chris Nwamuo. 4.1,(2016):1-20.
2073

Dr. Sandy Ojang Onor

Onor,Sandy Ojang.“Black Reconstruction in the United States of America, 1866 – 77:A Reappraisal”.Fudma Journal of Arts,1.1,(2018)
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Dr. Sandy Ojang Onor

Onor,Sandy Ojang.“Pan-Africanism and Nationalism in Africa:A Paradoxical Marriage,1945-1965.” Lafia Journal of Arts,1.0,(2018):84-95.
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Dr. Sandy Ojang Onor

Donald O.Omagu and Onor,Sandy Ojang.“Colonialism, Language Policies and the African Civil Service.”Hyuku Journal if Interdisciplinary Research,1.1,(2017):1-14.
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Dr. Sandy Ojang Onor

Onor,Sandy Ojang.“Understanding the Imperative of Language in Defining Ejagham Nationality”SAPHA:A Journal of Historical Studies,4.1,(2017):340-357.
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Dr. Sandy Ojang Onor

Onor,Sandy Ojang.“Economic Factor as the Central Motive of British Imperialism in Africa, 1800–1900: The Nigerian Experience.” SOPHIA: An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs,6.2,(2016):23-31.
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Dr. Sandy Ojang Onor

Onor,Sandy Ojang.“Economic Organization of the Ejagham on the Eve of Colonial Rule.” Humanities and Culture Studies,5.2,(2016):14-35.
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Dr. Sandy Ojang Onor

Onor,Sandy Ojang.“The Ejagham in Search of Development: From the Ejagham Improvement Union to the Ejagham Cultural Association.” Kaduna Journal of Historical Studies,8.0,(2016):251-267.
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Dr. Sandy Ojang Onor

Onor,Sandy Ojang.“Efik – Ejagham Relations in the Pre-Colonial Era.” Lafia Journal of Africa and Heritage Studies.1.0,2016:288-294.
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Dr. Sandy Ojang Onor

Onor,Sandy Ojang.“The Nationality Question in the Benue - Cross River Region:Any Lessons for the Historian?” Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria.25.0, 2016:53-60.
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Dr. Sandy Ojang Onor

Onor,Sandy Ojang.“Pre-colonial Socio-Cultural Organization of Ejagham.” The Calabar Historical Journal. 6.1,2016:125-141.
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Dr. Sandy Ojang Onor

Onor,Sandy Ojang.“Chronology and Oral Historical Reconstruction:The Example of the Ejagham of the Cross River Region of Nigeria.”Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria.24.0,(2015):37-55.
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Dr. Sandy Ojang Onor

Onor,Sandy Ojang.“The Mau Mau Revolt as a Reaction Against Colonialism:A Critique of the Eurocentric Conception.”Ndunode:Calabar Journal of the Humanities. 10.1,(2013):89-76.
2085

Dr. Sandy Ojang Onor

Onor,Sandy Ojang.“Decolonizing Nigerian Women:A Historical Necessity.”International Journal of History and Philosophical Research. 5.3,2017:24-35.
2086

Dr. Sandy Ojang Onor

David L.Imbua and Sandy O. Onor,“King Eyo Honesty II of Calabar:Slave Trader,Abolitionist, and Modernizer,1800-1858.” Ofo:Journal of Transatlantic Studies,6.1(2016):21-46.
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Dr. Sandy Ojang Onor

Onor,Sandy Ojang and Ewah,James O.“The State and Deforestation in the Cross River Region of Nigeria,1852-1990:A Historical Review.” International Journal of Development Research.7.05,(2017):12651-12657.
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Dr. Sandy Ojang Onor

Onor,Sandy Ojang.“Federalism,the Local Government System and Good Governance in Nigeria.” International Journal of Academic Studies.3.1,(2017):14-36.
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Dr. Sandy Ojang Onor

Onor,Sandy Ojang.“The Cross River Monoliths in Historical Perspective.” International Journal of Current Research. 9.03,(2017):48164-48169.
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Dr. Sandy Ojang Onor

Onor,Sandy Ojang.“Cross River Tourism,History and Environment:A Marriage Contracted in the Womb of Time.” Global Journal of Art,Humanities and Social Sciences. 3.12,(2015):41-49.
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Dr. EGU USANG INAH

Beredugo, S. B., Inah, E. U. & Edom, G. O. (2014). Appraisal of forensic investigation and auditors’ liability: Empirical Evidence from Nigeria. The International Journal of Business and Management, 2, (10).
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Dr. EGU USANG INAH

Bassey, B. E. & Inah, E. U. (2012). Capital structure, corporate financial performance and shareholders’ investment decisions. European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences. Issue 5th October, 2012.
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Dr. EGU USANG INAH

Inah, G. M., Inah, E. U., Oguchukwu, N. C., Etim J. J., Ogri, A. I. & Oguchukwu, E. C. (2014).  The effect of population explosion on family standard of living in Calabar, Nigeria. European Scientific Journal, 10 (20).
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Dr. EGU USANG INAH

Inah, E. U., Arzizeh, T. T. & Ewa, E. U. (2014). Organisational Culture and Financial Reporting Practices in Nigeria.Research Journal of Finance and Accounting, 5, (13).
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Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Aglazor, G. N. (2017). Infusing Science Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEM) Education into Nigeria’s Basic Science Curriculum. In Prof. A. O Esu, Prof. I. m. Kalu & Prof. C. c. Chukwurah (Eds.). Education, Science and Technology: A book of readings in honour of Prof O. I. Enukoha. Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria: Stiffaith Prints & Supplies Co. (Pp. 86-98).
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Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Aglazor, G. N. (2014). Perception of Place in Study Abroad Programs: An Experience for Personal and Intellectual Growth. In Suniti Sharma, JoAnn Phillion, Jubin Rahatzad, & Hannah L. Sasser, (Eds.). Internationalizing Teacher Education for Social Justice: Theory, Research and Practice. New York: Information Age Publishing (Pp. 37-55).
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Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Aglazor, G. N. (2009). Embracing diverse families/communities in multicultural education in schools. [Review of the book Other kinds of families: Embracing diversity in schools by T. Turner-Vorbeck & M. M. Marsh]. Multicultural Perspectives, 12(1), 50-54.   
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Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Aglazor, G. N. (2012). Teaching as a moral practice: Defining, developing, and assessing professional dispositions in teacher education. [Review of the book Teaching as a Moral Practice Defining, Developing, and Assessing Professional Dispositions in Teacher Education by Peter C. Murrell Jr; Mary E. Diez; Sharon Feiman-Nemser; and Deborah L. Schussler (Eds.)]. Issues in Teacher Education, Spring 2013. 22(1); Spring 2013. May 25, 2012.
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Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Aglazor G. N. (2017). If I understand your story, I can tell mine: The correlation between listening comprehension and oral narrative ability. University of Calabar Press, Calabar Nigeria. ISBN 978-007-325-6. 
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Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Aglazor, G. N. (2016). (Ed.) Educating for Global Competence: Preparing Our Youth to Engage the World. Copyright © 2011 by the Asia Society All rights reserved. ISBN 978-36491-0-8. 
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Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Aglazor, G. N. (2016). Teaching Practice Handbook for Programmers, student teachers and supervisors. University of Calabar Press, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. ISBN 978-37541-8-1
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Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Aglazor, G. N. (2016). A roadmap to teaching practice. University of Calabar Press, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. ISBN 978-36491-6-7. 
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Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Aglazor, G. N. (2017). Teacher Education: Re-Training rural in-service teachers for  quality education. In Proceedings of the 8th iSTEAMS Multidisciplinary  Conference. Caleb University, Lagos, Nigeria, Pp.47-52.
2104

Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Aglazor, G. N. (2017). Entrepreneurship education: Educating for life-long,  sustainable and functional skills. In Education for Today, 13(2),  18-26.
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Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Timothy, A. E. & Aglazor, G. N. (2017). Basic skills for re-engineering conference preparation and presentations for  national change and development in Nigeria. In Nigerian  Educator, 6(1), 7-15.
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Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Aglazor, G. N. (2017). Aspiring teachers’ cross cultural encounters:  Spaces for developing global awareness. In Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (IOSR-JHSS), 22(11), 37-43.
2107

Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Aglazor, G. N. (2017). Entrepreneurship education: Educating for life-long, sustainable and functional skills. In Education for Today, 13(2).
2108

Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Aglazor, G. N. (2015). The phenomenon called globalization: A look at teacher  education in Nigeria.  Institute of Education, University of Nigeria  Nsukka; 2015. Annual Conference, August 25 – 28, 2015 held at University of Nigeria Nsukka, Enugu State, Nigeria.
2109

Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Sharma, S. & Aglazor, G. N. (2011). Internationalizing teacher education: The  role of study abroad. The12th International Conference on  Globalization of Higher Education: Challenges and opportunities, NSSA, New Delhi, India, January 5th, 2011.   
2110

Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Sharma, S., Aglazor, G. N., Malewski, E. & Phillion, J. (2011). Preparing  global minded teachers for U.S. American classrooms through  international cross-cultural field experiences. Delhi Business Review, 12(2), 33-44.
2111

Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Aglazor, G. N., Phillion, J., & Malewski, E. (2011). Study abroad: An added  dimension to preservice teacher education programs. Multicultural Review, 20(1), 17-25.
2112

Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Aglazor, G. N. (2011). Study abroad: Infusing teacher education with global competencies. 32nd Annual Bergamo Conference on  Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice, October 13th-15th, 2011. Theme: Working from Within: Crisis, Compassion, and Curriculum of  Global Imagination. 
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Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Aglazor, G. N. (2010). Study abroad in teacher education: Globalizing multiculturalism to prepare future teachers. International Conference on Teaching Excellence and Achievement, Indiana, U S A, 2010.
2114

Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Aglazor, G. N. (2009). Embracing diverse families/communities in multicultural education in schools. [Review of the book Other kinds of families:  Embracing diversity in schools by T. Turner-Vorbeck & M. M. Marsh].  Multicultural Perspectives, 12(1), 50-54.  
2115

Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Phillion, J., Sharma, S., Wang, Y., & Aglazor, G. Study abroad in teacher education: Globalizing multiculturalism to prepare future teachers. Paper  presented at 30th Annual Bergamo Conference, October, 2009.
2116

Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Aglazor, G. N. (2009). Embracing diverse families/communities in multicultural  education in schools. Multicultural Perspectives, 12(1), 50-54.
2117

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

J.N. Obiefuna, G. N. Njar (2018).  The Spatio-Temporal Distribution of Urban Noise Islands in Calabar Metropolis, Nigeria.  International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research 9(3), 216-226. (Houston Texas, USA) available at www.ijser.org., indexed in Google Scholar, EBSCO, Thomson Reuters, UGC, CrossRef, Index Copernicus, Cite Factor, DOAJ SCIRUS, CiteSeer Beta, Scientific Commons, BASE, DBLP, SCRIBD, Q-Sensei, SHERPA/Romeo, SciRate.com 
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Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

A.I. Iwara, E.E. Ewa, G.N. Njar, S.O. Maduka (2017).  Relationship between Vegetation Characteristics and Soil Erosion in the Rainforest Zone of Southern Nigeria.  Confluence Journal of Environmental Studies 11(2), 27-36. 
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Dr. Jacob Otu

Enyia, Jacob Otu, Inyang, Patricia Endeley, "The Regulatory and Operational Framework of Microfinance Banks on Consumers in Nigeria: An Appraisal" International Journal of Managerial Studies and Research (IJMSR) Vol.6, No.07, 2018, pp.1-13.
2120

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

F.O. Ogundele, T.S. Adewale, G. N. Njar (2017).  Effect of Land Use Change on Contamination Factors and Degrees of contamination in soil of Abeokuta and Shagamu in Ogun State, Nigeria.  Confluence Journal of Environmental Studies 11(2). 
2121

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

A.I. Iwara, T.N. Deekor, G. N. Njar (2016).  Effect of Farming Activities on Tree Diversity, Density and Community Structure in Agoi-Ekpo, Cross River State, Nigeria.  Nova Journal of Engineering and Applied Science 3(1). 
2122

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

Ewa, E.E., Musa, W.A., Njar, G.N., & Gani, B.S. (2014) Using Principal Component Analysis in Assessing Water Quality of the Calabar River.  International Journal of Biological Sciences (IJBS), Vol.01. N0.02, p5-12.
2123

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

Ewa, E.E., Awoyemi, O.K., Njar, G.N., B.S.(2014) Physico-Chemical and heavy metal analysis of River Olosun, Ibadan, Oyo State. International Journal of Biological Sciences (IJBS), Vol.01, p14-20 
2124

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

Iwara, A.I., Deekor, T.N2, Njar, G.N. (2014) Effect of Farming Activities on Tree Diversity, Density and Community Structure in Agoi-Ekpo, Cross River State, Nova Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Vol2(2), 2014:1-7. 
2125

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

Ewa, E.E.; Offiong, V.E. Njar, G.N. & Ita, A.E. (2013) Assessment of Housing Affordability Problem in Calabar Metropolis, Cross River State, Nigeria. Vol.16, issue4, (Sept – Oct,2013).pp23-29. 
2126

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

E.E. Ewa, A.I. Iwara, J.A Adeyemi, G. N. Njar (2013).  Assessment of Water Quality of the Calabar using Multivariate Statistical Techniques.  Journal of Applied Sciences Research 9, (5) 3354-3363. ISSN 1819-544X 
2127

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

Njar, G.N., Offiong, R.A., Deekor, T.N. & Offiong, V.E. (2013). An Evaluation of the Effects of Industrial Activities of Settlement Expansion on Estuarine Degradation along the Calabar River, Cross River State.  International Journal of European ResearchVol.1, Issue 3. Pp27-38. Leicester, Uk. 
2128

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

G. N. Njar, W.A. Akpama, A.I. Iwara, E.A. Ita, C.J. Lasisi (2013).  Mapping Risk Prone Zones of Malaria Vector Species in Cross River State, Nigeria.  Journal of Medical Sciences 13(2), 76-85. 
2129

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

Ogundele, F.O., Iwara  A.I., Odewumi, S.G., Njar, G.N., & Owolade, A., (2013).  Distribution Pattern and Customers’ Accessibility to Banks in Ibadan North Local Government Area of Oyo State, Nigeria.  Scottish Journal of Arts, Social Sciences and Scientific Studies, Vol.10, issue 1, March 2013. P16-28
2130

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

A.I. Iwara, G. N. Njar, T.N. Deekor, A.E. Ita (2012).  Effect of Adiabo Abattoir on the Water Quality Status of Calabar River in Odukpani, Cross River State, Nigeria. Continental Journal of Environmental Sciences 6(2). 
2131

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

Njar, G.N., Iwara, A.I., Offiong, R.A. & Deekor, T.D. (2012).  Assessment of Heavy Metals Status of Boreholes in Calabar South Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria.  Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management. Vol.5(1). Pp86-91
2132

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

R.A. Offiong, A.I. Iwara, G. N. Njar, and J.E. Atu (2012).  Effects of Industrial Activities on the Structure and Floristic Pattern of Vegetation within the Calabar Port Authority, South-Southern Nigeria.  Journal of Geography and Geology.  Vol. 4. No. 1, March 2012 pp203-211.  Canada, (North America).  Index in AMICUS, Bibliography and Index of Geology, Canadian, DOAJ, EBSCOhost, Google Scholar, Journalsseek, Library and Archives of Canada, Lockss, National Library of Australia, Open J-Gate, PKP Open Archives Harvester, Ulrich’s, Universal Digital Library, Wanfang Data.
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Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

Iwara, A.J., Offiong, R.A., Njar, G.N., Atu, J.E., Ogundele, F.O. (2012).  The Effect of Land Use Change on the Structure and Floristic Pattern of Vegetation in Ugep, Nigeria. Sacha Journal of Environmental Studies.  Vol. 2 (1), pp101-113. (London, England). (Print) ISSN 2045- 8487(Online), pp101-113. www.sachajournals.com
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Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

Njar, G.N., Iwara, A. I., Egbe, M.N., Offiong, R. A., and Essoka, P.A. (2012).  An Evaluation of Soil Suitability for Maize Production in Obiaruku Community in Nigeria.  British Journal of Advance Academic Research.  Vol. 1(1) pp. 16-27
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Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

Njar, G.N., Iwara, A.I., Ekukinam U.E. Deekor, T.N. and Amiolemen, S.O. (2011).  Organic Carbon and Total Nitrogen Status of Soil under Rubber Plantation of Various Ages, South-Southern Nigeria.  Journal of Environmental Sciences and Resource Management. Vol. 3, March 2011. Pp1-13. 
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Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

Offiong, R.A., Iwara A.I., Njar, G.N., Atu, J.E., Eli, H.D. (2011).  Effect of Catenary Differentiation on Vegetation in Obung Forest, Cross River State, Nigeria.  Journal of Biodiversity and Environment Science. Vol.1(6). 93-103 (Bangladesh, Asia). www.innspub.net *Index in Open Access 
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Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

Ettah E.B., Obiefuna, J.N., Njar, G.N., (2011).  The Relationship between Solar Radiation and the Efficiency of Solar Panels in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.  International Journal of Applied Science and Technology, Vol. 1. No.4 pp124-126 (USA). Indexed in Google Scholar.  Available online at http://www.ijastnet.com/journal/index/71:vol-1-no4-july-2011abstract16&catid=15:abstract
2138

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

A.I. Afangideh, G.N. Njar, E.E. Ewa, H.D. Eli, A.I. Iwara (2011).  Assessment of Water Quality Status of Borehole in Calabar South Local Government Area, Cross River State.  International Journal of Biosciences (IJB) ISSN:2220-6655 (Print) 2222-5234 (Online) Vol. 1, No. 5, pp.71-76, 
2139

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

A. I. Iwara, B. S. Gani, G.N.Njar & T.N.Deekor (2011).  Influence of Soil Physico-Chemical Properties on the Distribution of Woody Tree/Shrub Species in South-Southern Nigeria.  Journal of Agricultural Science, Vol. 2(2). pp69-75. 
2140

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

       Eni, D. Imoke, Upla, J. Ibu, Oko, C. Omonya, Njar, G.N., Obiefuna, J. N. (2010).  The Effects of Land Degradation on Soil Productivity in Calabar South Local Government Area, Nigeria.  European Journal of Social Sciences Vol. 18 No. 1. Pp166-171 (London, United Kingdom).  Indexed in Scopus, Google Scholar, EMBASE, Cabell, Mosby, GEOBASE, Ulrich, DOAJ. 
2141

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

        E.E. Ewa, A.I. Iwara, V.E. Offiong, P.A. Essoka, G. N. Njar (2013).  Seasonal Variations in Heavy Metal Status of the Calabar River, Cross River State, Nigeria.  Journal of Natural Sciences Research 3(11), 78-83. 
2142

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

Offiong, R.A. E. Iwara, E.I., Njar, G.N., & Atu, J.E. (2012).  Effects of Industrial Activities on the Structure and Floristic Pattern of Vegetation within the Calabar Port Authority, South-Southern Nigeria.  Journal of Geography and Geology, Vol. 4(1). pp203-211. 
2143

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

      F.O Ogundele, E.A. Utin, A.I. Iwara G.N. Njar, T.N. Deekor (2012). An Assessment of Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) Utilization on Rural Livelihoods in Ini Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.  Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences (JBES) Vol.2, No.8, pp1-13.
2144

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

Offiong, R.A., Amoyou, U., Njar, G.N. & Atu, J.E. (2009).  Quality Analysis of Different Sources of Drinking Water in Calabar Municipality, Cross River State, Nigeria.  The Calabar Counsellor. Journal of Counselling Association of Nigeria. Vol.111(2) 47-51.
2145

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

Offiong, R.A., Atu, J.E., Njar, G.N. & Iwara, A.I. (2009).  Effects of Land Use Change on Soil Physiochemical Properties in a South-Southern Region of Nigeria. African Journal of Environmental Pollution and Health, Vol. 7 (2). 47-51 Ecoserve Publishers Calabar, Nigeria.  ISSN 1596-7425.
2146

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

R.A. Offiong, J.E. Atu, G. N. Njar, U.A. Amuyou (2008).  Problems and prospects of poor drainage systems and urban sustainability in Calabar, Nigeria.  Global Journal of Social Sciences 7. Indexed and abstracted on AJOL (UK): http://www.ajol.info. ISSN 1596-6216 
2147

Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

Offiong, R.A., Edet, E.O., Njar, G.N., Abua, M.A., & Atu, J.E. (2008).  The Influence of Environmental Factors on Tree Species Composition, Distribution, and Stocking Density in Kwa Falls River Valley, Cross River State, Nigeria.  African Journal of Environmental Pollution and Health, Vol. 6(1) 52-58. Ecoserve Publishers Calabar, Nigeria. ISSN 1596-7425.  www.ecoservepublishers.org
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Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

      Offiong, R.A., Atu, J.E., Njar, G.N. & Amuyou, U.A. (2008).  Mobility Implications of Commercial Motorcyclists Ban in the University of Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria.  The Calabar Counsellor-Journal of Counselling Association of Nigeria. Vol. 2(1). 233-245 (Nigeria, Africa). 
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Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

   Judith Eteng Otu, Gertrude Nnanjar Njar, (2006).  Strategies for Rural Women’s Economic Empowerment in Cross River State of Nigeria.  Ibom Journal of Social Issues, Vol. 7, No. 2 pp43-48 (Nigeria, Africa) 
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Okon, E. A., Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O. U., Ekerette, E. E.,  Etta, H. E., Willie, P. E., & Ozoje, M. (2018). Computational analysis of the evolutionary relationship of a family of cold shock proteins in ten mammalian species. Journal of Advances in Biology and Biotechnology, 16(2), 1-14.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekerette, E. E., Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O. U., Ozoje, M. O., Etukudo, O. M., Umoyen, A. J., ... & Wheto, M. (2017). Phylogenetics and Molecular Divergence of Tilapia Fish (Oreochromis Species) Using Mitochondrial D-Loop and Cytochrome b Regions. American Journal of Molecular Biology, 8(01), 39-57.
2152

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ugorji, O. U., Ikpeme, E. V., Obu, J. A., & Ekpenyong, E. D. (2012). Assessing the mutagenic effects of gamma irradiation on Cajanus cajan (L.) Huth and Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp landraces using morphological markers. Comunicata Scientiae, 3(4), 271-281.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekaluo, U. B., Ikpeme, E. V., Ekerette, E. E., & Chukwu, C. I. (2015). In vitro antioxidant and free radical activity of some Nigerian medicinal plants: Bitter leaf (Vernonia amygdalina L.) and guava (Psidium guajava Del.). Research Journal of Medicinal Plant, 9(5), 215-226.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Udensi, O., Ikpeme, E. V., Uyoh, E. A., & Brisibe, E. A. (2009). Evaluation of Starch Biodegradable Plastics Derived from Cassava and Their Rates of Degradation in Soil. Nigerian Journal of Biotechnology, 20(1), 28-33.
2155

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekaluo, U. B., Udokpoh, A. E., Ikpeme, E. V. & Peter, E. U. (2008.) Effect of chloroquine treatments on sperm count and weight of testes in male rats. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences,14:175-177.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E.V., Udensi, O., Ekaluo, U.B., Uyoh, E.A., Asuquo, B.O., Udoh, F.V. & Udoh, P.B. (2007). Effect of crude extract of Carica papaya seeds on the reproductive efficiency of male albino rats. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences 13: 365-368.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O. U., Kooffreh, M. E., Etta, H. E., Ushie, B. B., Echea, E., & Ozoje, M. (2017). In silico Analysis of BRCA1 Gene and its Phylogenetic Relationship in some Selected Domestic Animal Species. Trends in Bioinformatics, 10(1), 1-10.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Ekerette, E. E., Udensi, O. U., & Ozoje, M. O. (2017). Assessment of Morphological Variation in Wild and Cultured Populations of Tilapia Fish (Oreochromis niloticus). Journal of Advances in Biology & Biotechnology, 13, 1-10.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Kooffreh, M. E., Udensi, O. U., Ekerette, E. E., Ashishie, L. A. & Ozoje, M. O. (2016). Multivariate-Based Genetic Diversity Analysis of Three Genotypes of Nigerian Local Chickens (Gallus domestica). International Journal of Science and Research Methodology, 5(2): 1-12.
2160

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Kooffreh, M. E., Ikpeme, E. V., Ekerette, E. E., & Eyo, N. O. (2015). Evaluating the Prevalence of Five Genetic Traits of Simple Inheritance in Association with the Distribution Pattern of ABO and Rhesus Phenotypes among Families in Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Medical Sciences, 15(4), 185-191.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O. U., Okolo, M. C., Ogban, F. U., Ufford, N. G., Odo, E. U., & Asuquo, B. O. (2016). Genetic Relatedness of Clarias gariepinus (L.) from Cultured and Wild Populations Using Multivariate Analyses. Asian Journal of Animal Sciences, 10, 131-138.
2162

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Udensi, O. U., Okon, E. A., Ikpeme, E. V., Onung, O. O., & Ogban, F. U. (2015). Assessing the genetic diversity in cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp) accessions obtained from IITA, Nigeria using random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD). Int. J. Plant Breed. Genet, 10, 12-22.
2163

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O. U., Ekerette, E. E., & Okon, U. H. (2016). Potential of Ginger (Zingiber officinale) Rhizome and Watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) Seeds in Mitigating Aspartame-Induced Oxidative Stress in Rat Model. Res J Med Plant, 10, 55-66.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Ansa, V. O., Udoma, E. J.,  Umoh, M. S. & Anah, M. U. (2002). Occupational Risk of infection by human immunodeficiency and hepatitis B viruses among healthcare workers in Southeastern Nigeria. East African Journal of Medicine, 79(5), 25 – 27.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O. U., & Okonko, L. E. (2015). Deleterious Effect of Chlorpyrifos and Cypermethrin on Oxidative Stress Enzymes and Biochemical Indices of Male Albino Rats. Journal of Medical Sciences, 15(4), 204.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Udoma, E. J., Umoh, M. S. & Udosen, E. O. (1999). Recto-vaginal Fistula Following Coitus, An aftermath of vaginal douching with Aluminum potassium sulphatedodecahydrate (potassium alum).International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics, 66(1999), 299-300. 
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Udensi, O. U., Ekaluo, U. B. & Ikpeme, E. V. (2015). Effect of amiprophos methyl-induced mutations on the performance of M2 and M3 generations of pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp,). Journal of Life Sciences Research and Discovery, 1(2):7-12.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Udensi, O. U., & Ntia, M. I. (2014). Optimizing induced mutation technique for the improvement of agronomic traits in pigeon pea [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.] landraces. Comunicata Scientiae, 5(3), 267-278.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Ansa, V. O., Anah, M. U., Udoma E. J., Umoh, M. S. (2007). Reducing Occupational risks to HIV and hepatitis B virus among healthcare workers in Nigeria. African Newsletter on Occup Health and Safety, 17, 38-40.
2170

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Udensi, O. U., Edu, E. A., Ikpeme, E. V., & Ntia, M. I. (2015). Sensitivity of Pigeon Pea Landraces [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.] to Amiprophos Methyl Treatment. International Journal of plant and Soil Sciences, 7(5): 256-264.
2171

Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Umoh, M. S. (2006). HIV/AIDS Control and Prevention. African Health, 28(3), 4.
2172

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekaluo, U. B., Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O. U., Ekerette, E. E., Usen, S. O., & Usoroh, S. F. (2015). Comparative in vitro assessment of drumstick (Moringa oleifera) and neem (Azadiracta indica) leaf extracts for antioxidant and free radical scavenging activities. J. Med. Plant, 9, 24-33.
2173

Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Asuquo, M. E., Umoh, M. S., Ikpeme, I. A., Otei, O. O., Ebughe, G. & Omotoso, J. (2009). Skin Malignancies in Calabar, Southern Nigeria. Journal of African Cancer, 1:159-163, doi: 10.1007/s12558-0090030-3.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Ekaluo, U. B., Udensi, O. U., Ekerette, E. E., & Pius, M. (2015). Phytochemistry and reproductive activities of male albino rats treated with crude leaf extract of great Bougainvillea (Bougainvillea spectabilis). Asian Journal of Scientific Research, 8(3), 367-373.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Asuquo, M. E., Umoh, M. S., & Bassey, E. E. (2010)Cutaneous metastatic Carcinoma: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Values. Advances in Wound & Skin Care, 23(2), 77-80.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Asuquo, M. E., Nwagbara, V., Umoh, M. S., Ugare, G., Agbor, C., Japhet, E. & Ikpeme, A.(2012). Blunt Abdominal Trauma in a Teaching Hospital, Calabar, Nigeria.: International Journal of Clinical Medicine 2012, 3, 693-696, doi:10.4236/ijcm.2012.37124.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Asuquo, M., Umoh, M., Nwagbara, V., Ugare, G. l., Agbor, C., Japhet, E. (2012). Penetrating Abdominal Trauma: experience in a Teaching Hospital, Calabar,Southern Nigeria. International Journal of Clinical Medicine, 3, 427- 431, doi:10.4236/ijcm 2012.35079.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Ebughe, G. A., Ekanem, I. A., Omoronyia, O. E., Nnoli, M. A., Nwagbara, V. J., Udosen J. E., Umoh, M. S. & Ugbem T. I. (2016). Age Specific Incidence of Breast cancer in Calabar, Nigeria. International Journal of Tropical Disease & Health, 16(4),1-12.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Umoh, M. S., Japhet, E., Udoukpong, E. A., Oku, O. E. & Ekanem, E. I. (2016). Blunt Abdominal Trauma During Pregnancy in Nigeria: Causes, Obstetric Complications and Pregnancy Outcome. iMedPub Journals Trauma & Acute Care, 1(3 & 20),1-4.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Umoh, M. S. (2017). Neonatal Male Circumcision Opinion. Global Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities (GJIDD), 1(5), 1-4.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Ansa, V. O., Udoma, E. J., Umoh, M. S., & Steve, O. F. (2002). PancreaticPseudocyst: A diagnostic dilemma in the Tropics by Global Journal of Medical Sciences, 1(1), 65-67.
2182

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O. U., Ekaluo, U. B., Kooffreh, M. E., Okolo, C. M., Ekpo, P. B., & Ogbonna, N. C. (2015). Unveiling the genetic diversity in Clarias gariepinus (Burchell, 1822) using Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD) fingerprinting technique. Asian Journal of Animal Sciences, 9(5), 187-197.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Archibong, A. E., Ikpi, E. E., Ikpeme, I. A., Asuquo, M. E., Umoh, M. S. & Akpan S. G. (2003):  Motorcycle Related Abdominal Trauma in children in Calabar, Nigeria. Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine, 3(2), 47-50.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Ndoma-Egba, R., Umoh, M. S., Ugare, G. U. & Ekong, M. B. (2003). Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Neck. Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine, 6(2),79-81.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Asuquo, M. E., Umoh, M. S., & Ebughe, G. (2007). Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberance: Case Reports. Annals of African Medicine, 6(2), 80-83.
2186

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Ekaluo, U. B., Udensi, O., Ekerette, E. E., Ekpo, P. B., & Asuquo, B. O. (2014). Sperm quality and hormone profile of male albino rats FED with seeds of African Walnut (Tetracarpidium conophorum, Mull). Annual Research & Review in Biology, 4(9), 1379-1386.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Asuquo, M. E., Umoh, M. S., Nwagbara, V., Inyang, A. & Agbor, C. (2008). Cholecystectomy: Indications at University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Calabar, Nigeria. Annals of African Medicine, 7(1), 35-37.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Ngim, N. E, Ndifon, W. O., Umoh, M. S. & Ogunkeyede, O.(2008). Informed Consent for Surgery in Nigeria: Is the Practice Adequate?  Global Journal of Medical Sciences,7(1&2),39-42.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Ekaluo, U. B., Udensi, O., Ekerette, E. E., Ekpo, P. B., & Asuquo, B. O. (2014). Sperm quality and hormone profile of male albino rats FED with seeds of African Walnut (Tetracarpidium conophorum, Mull). Annual Research & Review in Biology, 4(9), 1379.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Umoh, M. S., Asuquo, M. E., Otu, A. A. & Ekanem, I. A. (2009). Male Beast Cancer In Calabar, Nigeria: A Twenty Year Experience (1983-2002). Global Journal of Community Medicine, 2(1&2), 21-25.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Bassey, I. Y., Iso, N. A., Victor, I. E., Awam, M. D., George, U. A., & Omoike, C. (2014). Testicular, sperm and haematological toxicity of ridomil and chlorpyriphos in single and combined exposure. Toxicology and Environmental Health Sciences, 6(2), 113-118.
2192

Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Udo, I. A., Umoh, M. S. (2009). Enterocutaneous Fistula: A Review of Literature. Ibom Medical Journal, 3(1), 13-17.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Umoh, M. S., Asuquo, M. E., Ikpeme, I. A. & Udo, I. (2009). Routine pre-operative HIV/AIDS testing: Current opinions and practices of Nigerian surgeons. International Journal of tropical Surgery, 3(1), 31-35.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Ekaluo, U. B., Udensi, O. U., Ekerette, E. E., Pius, M., Saikia, H., ... & Ekaluo, U. B. (2011). Screening fresh and dried fruits of avocado pear (Persea Americana) for antioxidant activities: An alternative for synthetic antioxidant. Asian Journal of Scientific Research, 8(3), 141-145.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

 Umoh, M. S., Ikpeme, I. A., Oku, O., Ibanga, I. J. (2010). Improving surgical care at the Rural level: The impact of surgical outreach missions in the Niger Delta of Nigeria. International Journal of Tropical Surgery, 4(1), 24-29.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Ekaluo, U. B., Ibiang, Y. B., Udensi, U., & Ekpo, P. B. (2014). Safety and Standardization Indices on Selected Anti-malarial Herbs: Effect on Haematology and Serum Enzyme Levels. American Journal of Drug Discovery and Development, 4(1), 66-72.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Umoh, M. S. (2012). HIV/AIDS: Prevention, Screening and Treatment; Letter to Editor. International Journal of Tropical surgery, 6(2), 69-70.
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Udo, I. A., Umoh, M. S., Umeh, K. U., Ubochi, D., Nottidge, T. E. (2016). The Degree of Completeness of Operation Report in Two Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria. W J Biomed Res, 3(2),3-6.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Umoh, M. S. (2017). Nigeria’s life expectancy stunted by deficiencies in our health system. Letter to Editor, Africa Health: 48 Chapters in Books. 
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Acute Appendicitis in pregnancy; by Mark S. Umoh; Chapter 34 in Textbook of Obstetrics for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, edited by EdemUdoma and Etim Ekanem, published by University of Calabar Press, Calabar- Nigeria. First edition; July, 2014. ISBN:978-007-264-2.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Acute intestinal obstruction in pregnancy; by Mark S. Umoh: Chapter 35 in Textbook of Obstetrics for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, edited by Edem Udoma and Etim Ekanem, published by University of Calabar Press, Calabar- Nigeria. First edition;  July, 2014. ISBN: 978-007-264-2.
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Dr. MARK STEPHEN UMOH

Mark, S. U. (2014). Breast cancer in pregnancy; Chapter 36 in Textbook of Obstetrics for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, edited by Edem Udoma and Etim Ekanem, published by University of Calabar Press, Calabar-Nigeria. First edition; July, 2014.ISBN: 978-007-264-2.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekaluo, U. B., Okon, B., Ikpeme, E. V & Etukudo, O. M. (2013). Developmental stages of eggs of giant African land snail (Archachatina marginata). Elixir Applied Biology, 58:14844-14845.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekaluo, U. B.,  Young, Y. B.,  Ikpeme, E. V.  & Ekpo, P. B.  (2013). Anti-mutagenic potential of nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) in wistar rats. Anti-mutagenic Potential of Nutmeg (Myristicafiagrans) in. J. Med. Sci, 13(4), 296-300.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekpo, I. A., Agbor, R. B., Ekaluo, U. B., Ikpeme, E. V., Kalu, S. E., & Osang, J. E. Hepatotoxicity of Ipomoea Batatas Leaf Extract on Male Wistar Rats. American International Journal of Biology, 1(1):21-22.
2206

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekaluo, U. B., Ikpeme, E. V., Ibiang, Y. B., & Amaechina, O. S. (2013). Attenuating Role of Vitamin C on Sperm Toxicity Induced by. Journal of Biological Sciences, 13(4), 298-301.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Udensi, O. U., Edu, E. A., Ikpeme, E. V., & Ntia, M. I. (2013). Response of Pigeon Pea Landraces [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.] to Exogenous Application of Plant Growth Regulators. Annual Review & Research in Biology, 3(4), 762-776.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Ekaluo, U. B., Udensi, O. U., & Ekerette, E. E. (2013). Potential effect of some local antimalarial herbs on reproductive functions of male albino rat. Indian J Pharm Sci, 3(4), 742-751.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O. U., Ekerette, E. E., & Chukwurah, P. N. (2013). Optimization of plant factory for sourcing natural antioxidants: A paradigm shift. Int. J. Adv. Res, 1, 7-15.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O. U. & Ekaluo, U. B. (2013). Bioassay of male albino rats treated with cocoa (Theobroma cacao Linn). Elixir Applied Biology, 58:14850-14856.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekaluo, U. B., Udensi, O. U. & Ikpeme, E. V. (2013). Genotoxic potentials of some medicinal plants on Drosophila melanogaster. Elixir Applied Botany, 58:14846-14849.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekpo, I. A., Agbor, R. B., Ekanem, A., Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, U., & Effiong, B. E. (2012). Effect of crude oil on the physicochemical properties of sandy loam soil amended with cocoa pod husks and plantain peels. Archives of Applied Science Research, 4(3), 1553-1558.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O., Ekaluo, U. B., & Solomon, T. O. (2012). Efficacy of ascorbic acid in reducing glyphosate-induced toxicity in rats. British Biotechnology Journal, 2(3), 157.
2214

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Udensi, O., & Ikpeme, E. V. (2012). Correlation and path coefficient analyses of Seed yield and its contributing traits in Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. American Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 2(3), 351-358.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Udensi, O., Arong, G. A., Obu, J. A., Ikpeme, E. V., & Ojobe, T. O. (2012). Radio-sensitivity of some selected landraces of pulses to gamma irradiation: indices for use as improvement and preservation techniques. American Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 2(3), 320.
2216

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O. & Ekaluo, U. B. (2012). Fertility activities of female rats via male rats administered with crude extracts of seed, leaf and pulp of Carica Papaya (Linn). Elixir Appl. Botany, 46:8181-8184.
2217

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Nta, A. I., Ekaluo, U. B., & Udensi, O. (2012). Phytochemical screening and haematological evaluation of Parkia biglobossa and Gongronema latifolium. J. Basic Applied Res, 2, 2599-2606.
2218

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O., Ekaluo, U. B., & Uyoh, E. A. (2012). Enthobotanical relevance of spice plants (Parkia biglobossa and Gongronema latifolium): Indices for conservation and domestication. Journal of Basic and Applied scientific Research, 2(3), 3094-3102.
2219

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Udensi, O., Edu, E. A., Ikpeme, E. V., Ebigwai, J. K., & Ekpe, D. E. (2012). Biometrical evaluation and yield performance assessment of cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp] landraces grown under lowland tropical condition. Int. J. Plant Breed. Genet, 6, 47-53.
2220

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Udensi, O., Ikpeme, E. V., Edu, E. A., & Ekpe, D. E. (2012). Relationship studies in cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp] landraces grown under humid lowland condition. Int. J. Agric. Res, 7(1), 33-45.
2221

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekaluo, U. B., Udoh, P. B., Ikpeme, E. V., & Udensi, O. (2011). Effect of soybean (Glycine max L.) on the hormonal milieu of male rats. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, 14(14), 752.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Udensi, O., Ikpeme, E. V., Markson A. A., Omosun, G., Madunagu, B. E. & Umana, E. J. (2011). Physiochemical markers of water samples treated with Moringa oleifera seed suspension. Research Journal of Agricultural and Biological Sciences, 7(2): 322-327.
2223

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Udensi, O., Edu, E. A.  & Ikpeme, E. V. (2011). Optimization of Correlation and Path Coefficient Analyses as Selection Techniques for Yield in Locally Grown Cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L) Walp]. International Journal of Current Research, 3(11): 162-165.
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Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Udensi, O., Umana, U. J., Edu, E. A., & Ikpeme, E. V. (2011). Screening locally grown pulses for proximate, anti-nutritive and mineral compositions: Indices for conservation and improvement. International Journal Agricultural Research, 6(6), 504-510.
2225

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O., Ekaluo, U. B., Nta, A. I., & Takon, I. A.  (2011). Evaluation of the therapeutic potentials of enantia chlorantha (oliv.): an antimarial herb. Elixir Applied Botany, 41: 6032-6036.
2226

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ebong, P. E., Atanghwo, I. J., Eyong, E. U., Egbung, G. E. & Ikpeme, E. V. (2011). Effects of Co-administration of Extracts of Veronica Amygdalina and Azidarachta Indica on Lipid Profile and Oxidative stress in hepatocytes of normal and diabetic rats. Agricultural and Biological Journal of North America, (7): 1087-1095.
2227

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekaluo, U. B., Udoh, P. B., Ndome, C. B., Ekpenyong, E. & Ikpeme, E. V. (2011). Effects of processed seeds of Horse Eye Bean ( Mucuna urens L.) on the Hormonal Milieu of Male Rats. International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, 2: 243-245.
2228

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekaluo, U. B., Udoh, P. B., Ndome, C. B., Ekpenyong, E. & Ikpeme, E. V. (2011). Reproductive toxicity of processed seeds of Horse Eye Bean ( Mucuna urens L.) in male rats. International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, 2(9):250-253.
2229

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekaluo, U.B., Udoh, P.B., Ndome, C.B., Ekpenyong, E. & Ikpeme, E.V. (2011). Induced Mutation Effect of Processed Horse Eye Bean (Mucuna urens L.) on albino rats. International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, 2(9):246-249.
2230

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekaluo, U. B., Ikpeme, E. V. & Edu, N. E. (2011). Biological response of male rats to aqueous extract of ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe) . International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, 2(9): 240-242.
2231

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekaluo, U. B., Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O., Madunagu, B. E., Markson, A. A., Omosun, G., & Umana, E. J. (2011). Anti-fertility activity of aqueous leaf extract of neem (Azadirachta indica) in male albino rats. World Journal of Medical Pharmaceutical and Biological Sciences, 1(1).
2232

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Ekaluo, U. B., Kooffreh, M. E., & Udensi, O. (2011). Phytochemistry and heamatological potential of ethanol seed leaf and pulp extracts of Carica papaya (Linn.). Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, 14(6), 408.
2233

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekaluo, U. B., Ibiang, Y. B., Ikpeme, E. V., Ekanem, B. E., & Erem, F. A. (2013). Effect of deltamethrin and ridomil on sperm parameters and reproductive hormones of male albino rats. Toxicology and Environmental Health Sciences, 5(1), 9-14.
2234

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekaluo, U. B., Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O., Markson, A. A., Madunagu, B. E., Omosun, G., & Umana, E. J. (2010). Effect of aqueous leaf extract of neem (Azadirachta indica) on the hormonal milieu of male rats. Int. J. Curr. Res, 4, 1-3.
2235

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Udensi, O., Ikpeme, E.V., Markson A. A., Edu, E.A., Umana, E. J. & Urua I.S. (2010). Selection of Soyabean (Glycine Max) genotype using morphological Markers. International Journal of Current Research, 7:005-008.
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Dr. OMANG ACHODA THOMAS

J.J Makundi, Xiaoyun Li, A.J. Kitundu, Rosemary I. Eneji, Thomas A. Omang and Eneji, Chris-Valentine Ogar (2010). Socioeconomic Constraint to Implementation of Land Management Interventions : The Case Study of Tanga Region , Tanzania, Annals of Humanities and Development Studies, Vol.1, No.1, pp.383-391, Beijing, China, 2010.
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Dr. OMANG ACHODA THOMAS

Ntamu, G. U., Eneji, V. O., Edinyang, S. D., & Omang, T. A. (2013), Religion! A Course or Blessing for National Integration and Development in Nigeria: Boko Haram in Perspective. Journal of Sociological Research Macrothink, 4(1), 364-377.
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Dr. OMANG ACHODA THOMAS

Hien, N. X., Jin, L. S., & Omang, T. A. (2013). Payment for Forest Environmental Services: Experience and Lessons from Vietnam. Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Ecology 6(1), 1-14.
2239

Dr. OMANG ACHODA THOMAS

Omang, T. A. Yonggong. L., Mathias A. E., & Chris-Valentine, O. (2012). Cash cropping as an effective strategy for poverty reduction in Nigeria: The case of cocoa farming in Etung local government area of cross river state. Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Ecology, 5(3), 83-93
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Dr. OMANG ACHODA THOMAS

Omang, T. A., Yonggong, L., & Eneji, R. I. (2012). Profitability of cocoa production in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Ecology, 5(3), 64-73.
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Dr. OMANG ACHODA THOMAS

Omang, T. A., Yonggong, L., Yihuan, W., Eneji, R. I., Makundi, J. J., & Eneji, M. A. (2011). Impacts of Poverty Reduction Programmes in Nigeria: The Case of the Youth Empowerment Scheme, YES in Cross River State. Annals of Humanities and Development Studies, 2(1), 33-50.
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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

2247

Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Okoi, I. I., & Odigwe, F. N. (2017). Financial Management and programme Sustainability in Universities in Cross River State Nigeria. Journal of Educational Administration and Planning, 8(2), 1-9.
2248

Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Odigwe, F. N. & Swem, T. (2016). Nigerian University Quota Admission system and quality of Education in Universities in Cross River State Nigeria. International Journal of scientific Research in Education (IJSRE), 9(4), 325-332.
2249

Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Eluwa, I. O. & Odigwe, F. N. (2014). Perception of participants of youth in enterprise with Innovation programme (YOUWIN) on employment generation and sustainable development: Implication for entrepreneurship education. NOUN Journal of Education, 1(2), 62-67.
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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Ofem, W. E., Sule, M. A. & Odigwe, F. N. (2014). Parent’s Socio-economic status and students entrepreneurial venture choices in Universities in Cross River State. International Journal of Educational Administration Planning and Research, 6(1), 82-91.
2251

Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Odigwe F., & Eluwa, O. I. (2011). Strategies for Improvement of Teacher Education Academic Programmes in Colleges of Education Akamkpa. Journal of the Faculty of Education, 7(1), 201-210.
2252

Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Alade, F., Ekuri, E. E., Odigwe, F., & Sule, M. A. (2010). Perceived Relevance of Entrepreneurial Education in poverty Alleviation among unemployed graduate in Cross River State. The Calabar counsellor, Journal of counselling Association of Nigeria, 4(4), 148-153.
2253

Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Odigwe, F. N, Alade F. & Ekuri E. E. (2009). School Effectiveness as related school supervision and teaching behavior's in Mathematics classroom in Anambra State. The Calabar counsellor Journal of counselling Association of Nigeria, 3(2),1-15.
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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Odigwe, F. N, Ekpiken, W., Agbo, R. & Ukpabio, G. (2009). Managing Entrepreneurship programme in Higher Education towards youth employment for sustainable development of Cross Rivers State. Nigerian Journal of Education Administration and planning, 9(3),11-22.
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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Uchendu C. C., Akeke, M. G & Odigwe F. N. (2016). Quality Assurance in the Management of Undergraduate Academic Programme in Universities in Cross River State Nigeria. Contemporary Journal of inter-disciplinary Studies, 6(2), 181-188.
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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Odigwe, F. N., Okoi, I. I., & Sule, M. A. (2016). Pressure Group and governance of Secondary Education Functional Democracy in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Scientific Research and Management (IJRSM), 4(8), 4567-4572.
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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Odigwe, F. N., Anika, S. & Alade, F. O. (2016). Perception of University Calabar professional Women on the Attainment of peaceful society through Gender Education in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Educational and Social Research, 6(1), 129-132.
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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Uchendu, C. C., Akeke, M. & Odigwe, F. N. (2016). Quality Assurance in the Management of Undergraduate Academic programmes in Universities in Cross Rivers State. Contemporary Journal of Inter-Disciplinary studies, 6(5), 181-188.
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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Uko, E. S., Igbeniweka, P. O. & Odigwe, F. N. (2015). Promoting peace for Behaviourial changes in Public Secondary School in Calabar Municipality Council Area, Cross Rivers State Nigeria. Journal of Education and practice, 6(23), 144-149.
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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Okoi, I. I., Odigwe, F. N. & Sule M. A. (2015). Staff Training programmes and peoples acquisition of entrepreneurial skills in Basic Education in Cross River State Nigeria. Research Journal in Organizational Psychology and Educational Studies, 4(2), 29-33.
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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Uchendu, C. C., Osim, R. O. & Odigwe F. N. (2015). Managing Entrepreneurial Education for Economic Security at University in Cross River State. Journal of Education and Social Research, 5(2), 261-266.
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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Odigwe, F. N., Okoi, I. I. & Ekaette, S. O. (2015). Management of Funds and Economic Security in University in Cross River State. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 2(5), 21-26.
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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Odigwe, F. N. & Eluwa, I. O. (2014). The need for public and private collaboration in promoting Educational Innovations for Sustainable Development: The case of Nigerian Tertiary Institutions. Africa Journal of Education and Technology, 4(2), 55-61.
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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Timothy, A. E., Obiekezie, E. O. Chukwurah, M. & Odigwe, F. N. (2014). An Assessment of English language Teachers knowledge attitude to, and practice of Inclusive Education in secondary in Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Education and practice, 5(21), 33-39.
2265

Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Uchendu,C. C., Osim, R. O., Odigwe, F. N. & Alade, F. O. (2014). Lectures perception of Research activities for knowledge production in Universities in Cross Rivers State Nigeria. Journal of Educational Review, 7(2), 301-305.
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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Odigwe, F. N. & Eluwa, I. O. (2014). Impact of Human Resource Accounting on Bursary Staff Effectiveness: Implication for Measurement and Evaluation of Human Capital in Federal Universities. Nigeria Journal of Public Policy and Administration Research, 4(6), 140-144.
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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Uchendu, C. C., Anijaobi-Idem, F. N. & Odigwe, F. N. (2013). Conflict Management and Organizational Performance in Secondary School in Cross River State Nigeria. Research in Organizational Psychology and Educational Studies (RJOPES), 2(2&3), 67-71.
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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Odigwe, F. N. & ElewaIdowu, O. (2013). Appraising the state of Maintenance and Management of Available Secondary School Facilities on Students Academic Performance in Cross State. Nigeria. Journal of Education and Practice (IISTE), 4(24), 101-105.
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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Amalu, M. N., Abang, K. B. & Odigwe, F. N. (2013). Perception of School Administration and Professional Effectiveness of Secondary School Teacher in Cross River State Nigeria. Journal of Annuals of Modern Education, 5(1), 40-48.
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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Odu, E. N., Odigwe, F. N. & Charles, D. E. (2013). Interaction Pattern of Economics Teachers in Cross River State Secondary Schools Nigeria. LOSR Journal of Research and Method in Education, 2(6), 1-6.
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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Ekuri, E. E., Alade, F. O., Sule, M., & Odigwe, F. N. (2013). Correlates of Unemployed Graduates' Perceptions of the Importance of Entrepreneurial Education in Poverty Alleviation in Cross River State Nigeria. Research in Education, 89(1), 82-84.
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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Ihejiamaizu, C. C. Anagbogu, G. E & Odigwe, F. N. (2016). Analysis of effect of Productive Health and the Normal sex Education Curriculum on Undergraduate Students Sexuality in South-South-Nigeria. European Scientific Journal, 12(4), 106-119.
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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

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Mrs. Etuk, Mfon Essien

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Dr. Francisca Nonyelum Odigwe

Okoi, I. I., & Odigwe, F. N. (2017). Financial Management and programme sustainability in Universities in Cross River State Nigeria. Journal of Educational Administration and Planning, 8(2), 1-9.
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Mr. Augustine Betialikong Aboh

Nafiu, A; Taherul, I. K. and Aboh, A. (2018) CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION: A SERIOUS THREAT TO GLOBAL SECURITY. European Journal of Social Sciences Studies; Vol 3, Issue 1. http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1307227
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Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.,“Image du people dans I’oeuvre de George Sand et de Balzac” in Agora Journal of Foreign Languages. UNIUYO,(2002)pp.70-88.
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Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.,“Le Quebec Revolututionnaire d’apres Le Prochain Episode’ d’Huber Aquin”, La Revue Des Etudes Francophones De Calabar,1.4,(2004),1-21.
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Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I. A.,“La France dans “Les Contes d’Amadou Koumba”. The French Language and Literary Expression, Ed.,V.O. Aire.(1999),pp.301-307.
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Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.,“Les Contes Traditionnels” La probematique du Language” in Agora:A Journal of Foreign Language Studies”,1.0,(1997),pp.173- 182.
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Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.,Proverbs and Culture: The Ibibio Experience” in Sound and Vision: Journal of Popular Culture in Africa, Calabar,2.22,(1997),pp.67 - 73
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Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.,Proverbs:Verbal Delegation in Ibibio” in Language and Literature in a Changing Society. Linguistics Association of Nigeria, 1.0,(1996),pp.91 -100.
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NOAH,I.A.,Book Review" in Ndunode,Calabar Journal of Humanities,1.1,(1994),pp 135
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NOAH,I.A.,La Presence-absence du Romancier:Le Cas d’Oyono dans “Une vie de Boy”,Calabar Studies in Languages,(CASIL).9.1,(1989),pp 71 - 77
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Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.,“L’Actant humain dans l’univers des contes”.In Calabar Studies in Languages.(CASIL) 2.8,(1988),pp.17-25
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Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.,“L’Enseignement de la literature orale”. Nigerian Journal of French Studies, Department of Englih and European Langiages,Bayero University,Kano,(1988),pp. 55-61.
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Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.,“The Course System and the Teaching of Languages” in Calabar Studies in Languages(CASIL),3.3,(1979),pp.34-47.
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Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Ugbe, R. O. (2003). Perspectives on Nigerian Administrative Law. Franedoh Publishers Nigeria Limited, Calabar.
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Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Amupitan,J., and Ugbe, R. O. (2000). Tax Treatment of Limited Liability Companies under Companies Income Tax Act (CITA) 1990 Public and Private Law Journal , 4(4), 150-170
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Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.,“New Insights into Oral Literature”,in LWATI, Journal of Contemporary Research.Swaziland,4.0,(2007), pp.184-199.
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Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Ugbe, R. O. (2001). Legal Aspects of Corporate Taxation. In: Mbat, D. O., (Ed), Topical Issues in Finance, Domes Associates, pp.244-264.
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Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Ugbe, R. O. (2002).Originality and Fixation as Basis for Copyright Protection in Music. University of Maiduguri Law Journal, 5, 23-35.
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Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A,“Le Fantastique Africainet le fantastique Occidental:Une Etude Comparative”,in African Journal of Contemporary Issues”,1.2,(2006),pp.109-115.
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Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.“Myths And The Mythological Tree”,in Tropical Focus,Yaounde,5.3,(2005),pp.129-135.
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Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Ugbe, R. O.(2002-2003).Polluter Pays Principle:An Analysis.The Calabar Law Journal, 6-7, 127-157.
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Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.,Birago Diop et L’Assimilation langagiere dans “Les Contes d’Amadou Koumba” in Journal Bilingue Des Arts,Lettres Et Sciences Humaines,Yaounde,1.3,2005,pp. 41-50.
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Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH, I.A.,“Etude d’un conte de Birago Diop:Les Incursions dans la réalité in Annales De:L’Université De Ougadougou, Série A,003,(2005),pp.299-314
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Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.,“Verbal Arts:The Ibibio of South Eastern. Nigeria" in African Folklore;An Encyclopedia,Ed.M.Peek,K.Yankah,New York,(2004),pp.490-498.
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Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Worugji, I. N. E and Ugbe, R. O. (2007). The Third Term Agenda Constitutional Amendment: The Unfinished Business. Zaria Law Journal, 1(1), 100-112.
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Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Agi, S. P. I. and Ugbe, R. O. (2011). The Nigerian Legislature in Theory and Practice, 1997-2007. A Journal of Contemporary Research, 8(1), 241-258.
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Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.,“Analyse du conte, “La Belle aux mains coupees” in Collectif; La Litterature Orale Ontaroise, Departement des Lettres Francaises de L’Universite d'Ottawa, September.(1982), pp.188-211
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Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Worugji, I. N. E. and Ugbe, R. O. (2013). Judicial Protection of Women’s Right in Nigeria: the Regrettable Decision. University of Botswana Law Journal, 16, 59-72.
2303

Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Okom, M. P., Ugbe, R. O., Egbe, J. (2014). The Amalgamation of the Southern and Northern Nigeria: Mistake, Fiction or Reality. In: Omaka C. A. (Ed), National Association of Law Teachers (NALT) Conference Proceedings, pp.72-82.
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Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH, I.A.,et al.“Edu Uwem Ke Ibibio Fruiters’ Publications Ltd,Uyo,(2012..) 90p.
2305

Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Worugji I. N. E., and Ugbe, R. O. (2014). Customary Law, Women's Rights and the two Faces of Law in Nigeria. East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, 21(1), 96-115.
2306

Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.,A Classification of Proverbs, Yaounde, Editions Diboe,(2004),pp.150.
2307

Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.,“It Doesn’t Concern Me And Other Tales”, (Pearls In bibio Oral Tradition),Owerri, Executive Publishers,(1997),98p.
2308

Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Ugbe, R. O, and Anyatang, F. (2015). Protection of Intellectual Property Rights and Unfair Competition. In: Okom, M. P., Ozumba, G., Ugbe, R. O., Lukpata, V. and Ijor, S. (Ed), Nigeria'S Political Economy and the Courtship with Poverty, pp. 419-438.
2309

Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.,“Why Souls Are Invisible And Other Tales”, (Pearls In Ibibio Oral Tradition).Owerri,Executive Publishers,(1996),116p.
2310

Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH, I. A.,“Trepidation And Other Tales” (Pearls In Ibibio Oral Tradition) Owerri,Executive Publishers,(1996),110P.
2311

Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.,Why Babies Don’t Speak And Other Tales”, (Pearls In Ibibio Oral Tradition).Owerri Executive Publishers,1995,122p.
2312

Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.,Le Systeme Verbal du francais,Pyramid Publishers,Calabar,(1996), 72p
2313

Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Ugbe, R. O. (2015). The Place of the Woman in Contemporary Nigeria. In: Okom, M. P., Ozumba, G., Ugbe, R. O., Lukpata, V. and Ijor, S. (Ed), Nigeria's Political Economy and the Courtship with Poverty, pp. 494-521.
2314

Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH, I.A.,“Bonjour” A French Course for Primary Schools”,Book 1, Calabar,Pyramid Publishers,(1990),40p
2315

Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.,“Mon Ami”An Introductory French Course for Nursery Schools”,Book 3,Calabar, Paico Press and Books Ltd.,1986,35p.
2316

Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Worugji, I. N. E., Ugbe, R. O. (2016). The Supreme Court has Cleared the Customary Law Inhibitions on the Inheritance Rights of Women in Nigeria. International Journal of Law, 2(3), 27-37.
2317

Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Worugji, I. N. E., Ugbe, R. O. (2016). The Supreme Court has Cleared the Customary Law Inhibitions on the Inheritance Rights of Women in Nigeria. International Journal of Law, 2(3), 27-37.
2318

Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.“Mon Ami: An Introductory French Course for Nursery Schools”,Book 2,Calabar,Paico Press and Books Ltd.,(1986),40P.
2319

Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Ugbe, R. O., and Ekpoudo, A. (2016). Attainment of Zero Gas Flaring Level in Nigeria: Proactive Legal and Policy Framework Strategies. Calabar Law Journal, 17, 35-53.
2320

Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH,I.A.,“Mon Ami: An Introductory French Course for Nursery Schools”,Book 1,Calabar,Paico Press and Books Ltd.,(1986),33p.
2321

Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Ugbe, R. O., (2016). Code of Conduct for Law Students in Nigerian Universities. In: Dada, J. A., and Okom, M. P. (Ed), Excellence in Legal Studies in Nigeria. a Publication of Faculty of Law University of Calabar, pp. 80-91.
2322

Prof. Imeyen Akpan Noah

NOAH, I.A.,Origine, Structure et Symbolisme des contes”, Lagos, J.E.G.Publishers,(1989),122p.
2323

Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Okom, M. P., and Ugbe, R. O. (2016). The Right of Establishment under the ECOWAS Protocol. International Journal of Law, 2(5), 40-46.
2324

Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Ugbe, R. O., and Umo, M. E. (2015). Enforcement Provisions of Major Environmental Law Regime in Nigeria. University of Ibadan Law Journal, 5, 225-250.
2325

Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Ugbe, R. O. (2016). Infringement of Nigerian Cultural and Artistic Heritage (Folklore): Are their Protection under Nigeria Copyright Act? Ahmadu Bello University Law Journal, 36, 127-141.
2326

Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Ugbe, R. O., Ebiala, Paul O., Inaku, J., and Robert, G. (2017). Constitutional Amendment and the Promotion of True Federalism in Nigeria: A Sustainable National Security. In: Okeke, G. N. (Ed), Proceedings of the 50th (Golden Jubilee) Conference of the National Association of Law Teachers (NALT), pp.131-144.
2327

Dr. ROSE OHIAMA

Ugbe, R. O., and Ekpoudo, A. (2017). Legal Approach to Causes and Consequences of Oil Spillage in Nigeria. Nigerian Law Journal, 20(1), 145-168.
2328

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Timothy, A. E. (2018b). The Ezekiel Strategy: Prevention and cure for metrophobia. Education Extracts. 6 (2). 96 -105.
2329

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Timothy, A. E. (2018a). Deploying WhatsApp in ‘Use of English and Communication Skills’ Class in Nigeria: Benefits and Constraints. Santhom Journal of Edu RACE, 1(1), 77 - 88. 
2330

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Obiekezie E. O. & Timothy, A. E. (2017). An appraisal of inclusive English Studies education prospect in Cross River State. Education for Today, 13 (2), 213 -321. 
2331

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Timothy, A. E. & Bassey, E. B. (2017). Fostering entrepreneurship career through ELS Pedagogy in Nigerian Universities. In Joshua, M. T., Asuquo, P.& Peters, J. (Eds). Education for Careers in the 21st Century: A Festschrift in Honour of Prof.  D. I Denga .Nigeria: University of Calabar Press, 88 – 99.
2332

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Effiom, B.E. & Timothy, A. E. (2017). Rethinking didacticism and moral education in Nigerian literary text in the context of corruption in Nigeria. Niger Delta. Journal of Education. 9(1&2), 280 -289.  
2333

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Timothy, A. E. (2017). Basic skills for re-engineering conference preparation and presentations for national change and development in Nigeria. The Nigerian Educator, 6 (1). 7-15.
2334

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Okune, S.T & Timothy, A. E. (2017). Despair and Disillusionment in Post-Negritude African Literature.English Language, Literature & Culture, 2,(5), 45-51.  
2335

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Timothy, A. E. & Uguma, V. U. (2017).Language civility, immediacy and peace valence among Nigerian university lecturers. LWATI. A Journal of Contemporary Research 14(1).1-13. 
2336

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Timothy. A. E.(2017) Language and communication conflict in Nigeria: implications for English language pedagogy. Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies. 1(2), 43-48.  
2337

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Timothy, A. E. (Spring, 2016). Discovering my left hand: Conducting language arts research in Nigeria. Learning landscapes, 9 (2), 513 -533
2338

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Obiekezie, E.O. & Timothy, A. E. (2015). Fostering ethnic and religious harmony through classroom language experiences. Journal of Education and Practice. 6(25), 55 – 62. 
2339

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Uguma, V. U. & Timothy, A. E. (2014). Influence of school certificate English achievement and faculty on course of study. Higher Education Studies, 5 (1), 81-90.
2340

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Obiekezie, E. O.; Ejemot-Nwadiaro, R. I.; Essien, M. I.; Timothy, A. Essien (2014).Academic Quality Control in Nigerian Universities: Exploring Lecturers' Perceptions. African Higher Education Review (AHER), 8 (1).85-95 
2341

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Ejemot-Nwadiaro, R. I., Timothy, A. E. Obiekezie. E. O. (2014.). Research innovation strategies in Nigerian universities: Assessment of research uptake practice. Journal of Educational Review,7 (1), 73 – 80.  
2342

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Timothy, A. E., Obiekezie, e. Chukwurah, M., & F.C.Odigwe (2014). An Assessment of English Language teachers’ knowledge, attitude to, and practice of inclusive education in secondary schools in Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Education and Practice, 5(21), 33-
2343

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Uguma, V. U, Timothy, A. E. & Ukwa, E. W. (2015). Spelling innovations and students’ performance in essay writing in English Language. Education for Today, 11 (2). 65 -70
2344

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Uguma, V. U. & Timothy, A. E. (2014). Appraisal of language arts curriculum for Nigerian schools. International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies, 2(2), 50-55.
2345

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Obiekezie, E.O.  Essien, M. & Timothy, A. E. (2013). South-South universities curriculum characteristics and global collaboration in the 21st Century. African Higher Education Review (AHER), 7 (2), 45-53. 
2346

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Timothy, A.E. (July 2013). The dearth of good men. English Journal, 102 (6). 30.
2347

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Obiekezie, E.O. & Timothy, A. E. (2012). Parents’ level of education and reading comprehension performance of SS 3 students in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal for Adult Education and Lifelong Learning, 1(1), 232 – 239. 
2348

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Obiekezie, E.O. & Timothy, A. E. (2011). Students’ perception of teachers’ knowledge of subject matter and reading comprehension performance of SS 3 students in Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Educational Research, 10 (2), 105 – 110. 
2349

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Timothy, A. E., Okune, T. S. & Obiekezie, E. (2010) Transfer of learning in the impact of recreational reading on SS 3 students’ performance in reading comprehension. Literacy and Reading in Nigeria, 12(2), 268 – 272. 
2350

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

Omojuwa, J & Timothy, A. (2006). Television viewing frequency and reading comprehension performance of secondary school students in Cross River State, Nigeria. Education for Today, 6(2), 19 – 21
2351

Dr. Alexander Essien Timothy

2. Omojuwa, J. O. Timothy, A. & Obiekezie, E. (2009).The television factor in vocabulary development among secondary school students in Cross River State, Nigeria, Global Journal of Educational Research, 8(1&2), 55-59.
2352

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Udensi, O., Ikpeme, E. V., Uyoh, E. A., Ekpo, I. A., Brisibe, E. A. & Asikong, B. E. (2010). Effects of Starch Acetylation on Bioplastics- Degrading Micro Organisms: A Pointer to Assessing Biodegradation. International Journal of Current Research, 7:037-040.
2353

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Udensi, O., Edu, E.A., Ikpeme, E.V.  Markson, A. A. (2010). Correlation of Carotene and Cyanogenic Glycosides with Tuber Yield in 4 cassava (Manihot Esculenta crantz) Cultivars. International Researcher, 1(3): 245-253.
2354

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekaluo, U. B., Ikpeme, E. V., & Udokpoh, A. E. (2009). Sperm head abnormality and mutagenic effects of aspirin, paracetamol and caffeine containing analgesics in rats. The Internet Journal of Toxicology, 7(1), 1-9.
2355

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Udoh, P. B., Udoh, F. V., Umo, I. S., & Ikpeme, E. V. (2010). Effect of Ipomoea batatas leaf extract on the thyroid-gonadal axis of male Wistar rats. Journal of Physiology and Pathophysiology, 1(2), 18-21.
2356

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Udoh, P. B., Ekaluo, U. B., Udensi, O., & Asuquo, B. O. (2010). Spermicidal and Hormonal response of wistar rats treated with ethanol seed, leaf and pulp extracts of Carica papaya (Linn). International Journal of Recent scientific Research, 7, 155-159
2357

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ikpeme, E. V., Udensi, O., Ekaluo, U. B., & Efieneokwu, N. (2010). Biological response of male wistar rats to crude extract of Ficus exasperata (VAHL). International Journal of Current Research, 7, 9-13.
2358

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Ekaluo, U. B., Ikpeme, E. V. & Edu, N. E (2010). Biological response of male rats to aqueous extract of Ginger (Zingiber officinale ROSCOE). International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, 2(9): 240-242.
2359

Dr. EKEI VICTOR IKPEME

Udensi, O. U., Edu, N. E., Ikpeme, E. V., Onung, O. O., Emeagi, L. I., Nwanze, B. I., & Ejiyere, E. R. (2017). Genotyping of Pigeon Pea [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.] Accessions Obtained from International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) Germplasm Using Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA. Journal of Experimental Agriculture International, 17(3), 1-12
2360

Mrs. Peggy Obaseojei Willie

Brisibe, E. A., Udensi, O., Ntui, V. O., Otu, P. A., Chukwurah, P. N. (2011). Sensitivity of some quantitative and yield characters of ‘Egusi’ melon (Colocynthis citrullus L.) to with microtubule inhibitors. African Journal of Plant Science 5(13): 759-766. DOI: 10.5897/AJPS11.240. ISSN: 1996-0824.
2361

Mrs. Peggy Obaseojei Willie

Udensi, O., E. A. Edu, V. O. Ntui, P. A. Otu, I. S. Urua, G. A. Akpan (2011). Cyto-sensitivity of some locally grown pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp) to amiprophos methyl treatment as a guide for improvement. International Journal of Current Research 3(11):176-180. ISSN: 0975-833X
2362

Mrs. Peggy Obaseojei Willie

Ekpo, I.A., R. B. Agbor, E. C. Okpako, A. N. Osuagwu, B. E. Ekanem, P. A. Otu (2012). Effect of crude oil and simulated acid rain on the growth and physiology of Thaumatococcus daniellii. Journal of Biodiversity and environmental sciences, 2(9): 21-25. ISSN: 2220-6663.
2363

Mrs. Peggy Obaseojei Willie

Aikpokpodion, P. O., Otu, P. A. and Uyoh, E. A. (2012). Karyotype analysis and ploidy determination using flow cytometry in African bitter milk plant Utazi, Gongronema latifolium Benth. Cytologia 77(1): 43-52. ISSN: 0011-4545
2364

Mrs. Peggy Obaseojei Willie

Osuagwu, A. N., Ekpo, I. A., Okpako, E. C., Otu P., Ottoho E. (2013). The Biology, Utilization and Phytochemical Composition of the fruits and leaves of Gongronema latifolium Benth. Agrotechnol 2: 115. doi:10.4172/2168-9881.1000115
2365

Mrs. Peggy Obaseojei Willie

Willie, P. O. and Aikpokpodion, P. O. (2015) Mitotic activity in Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L) Land Race “Olaudi” Walp) in Nigeria. American Journal of Plant Sciences, 6, 1201-1205. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/ajps.2015.68123
2366

Mrs. Peggy Obaseojei Willie

Ubi, G. w., Ubi, M.W., Okweche, T., Willie, P.O. (2016). Optimizing NPK fertilizer and plant spacing in maximizing yield and yield attributes of maize (Zea mays) in Southern Nigeria. Direct Research Journal of Agriculture and Food Science, Vol. 4(8): 208-213. ISSN 2354-4147
2367

Mrs. Peggy Obaseojei Willie

Agbor, R.B., Antai, S.P., Ekpo, I.A., Ekaluo, U.B., Willie, P.O. (2018). Fundamentals of Evolution. Ultimate Index Book Publishers LTD.CRS, Nigeria. Pp 187. ISBN: 987-8073-69-7
2368

Dr. Stella Bassey Esuabana

Esuabana, S. B. and Anake, P. M. (2016). The influence of counselling on career choice of secondary school students in Calabar Municipality of Cross River State, Nigeria. Contemporary Journal of Inter-disciplinary Studies. 6(5), 304-314.
2369

Dr. Stella Bassey Esuabana

Idoli, N. B., Ekpang, P. U.and Esuabana, S. B. (2011). Impact of school administration on students’ learning. Nigeria Journal of Social and Development Issues, 8(1), 80-92.
2370

Dr. Stella Bassey Esuabana

Okon, A. E., Otu, B. D. and Esuabana, S. B. (2010). Teachers perception of co-wokers/remuneration and their professional effectiveness in southern Cross River. Ikogho Multi-Disciplinary Journal, 8(1), 35-42.
2371

Dr. Stella Bassey Esuabana

Ekpikem, W., Ekanem, E. E. and Esuabana, S. B. (2009). School administration: Human resources management effectiveness and teachers’ Job performance in Cross River State Secondary Schools. The Journal of Counselling Association of Nigeria (CALJOCAN), 3(2), 103-113.
2372

Dr. Stella Bassey Esuabana

Idoli, N. B., Ekpang, P. U. and Esuabana, S. B. (2011). Impact of school administration on students’ learning. Nigeria Journal of Social and Development Issues, 8(1), 80-92.
2373

Dr. Stella Bassey Esuabana

Ene, I. E.,and Esuabana, S. B. (2011). Students’ perception of counsellors empathy and their counselling effectiveness in Calabar Metropolis of Cross River State. The Legion: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 2(2), 1-10.
2374

Dr. Stella Bassey Esuabana

Esuabana, S. (2017). Perception of parents towards sex education on primary school pupils in Calabar Education zone of Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Scientific Research in Education, 10(2), 176-190.
2375

Dr. Stella Bassey Esuabana

Esuabana, S. B. (2017). Parenting style, test anxiety and cheating tendency among secondary students in Calabar Municipality of Cross River State, Nigeria, Journal of Education and Society, 7(1), 123-131.
2376

Dr. Stella Bassey Esuabana

Esuabana, S. B. and Ekpang, P. (2016). Influence of home background on students’ career choice in senior secondary schools in Akamkpa Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Review of Education
2377

Dr. Stella Bassey Esuabana

Esuabana, S. B. and Petters, J. S. (2016). Impact of guidance and counselling services on career choice of secondary school students in Calabar Metropolis of Cross River State, Nigeria, Archive for Psychopathology and Counselling-Psychotherapy, 2(1), 1-6.
2378

Dr. Stella Bassey Esuabana

Esuabana, S. B. (2016). Counselling and conflict resolution in middle childhood: A study on the phenomenon of skolombo boys and girls in Calabar Metropolis, Cross River State, Nigeria. Review of Psychology and Social Problems. 4(1), 1-20.
2379

Dr. Stella Bassey Esuabana

Ekpang, P. and Esuabana, S. B. (2016). Influence of child labour on anti-social behaviour among junior secondary school students in Calabar Education Zone-Counselling Intervention, Archive for psychopathology and Counselling Psychotherapy, 3(1), 61-70.
2380

Dr. Stella Bassey Esuabana

Ene, I. E. and Esuabana, S. B. (2011). Home climate: A determinant of occupational preference of youths in the Southern Senatorial District of Cross River State. The Leagion: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 3(1), 131-138.
2381

Dr. Stella Bassey Esuabana

Esuabana, S. B., Otu, B. D. and Ene, E. (2011). instructional supervision and teachers effectiveness in teaching secondary school students in Cross River State. The Journal of Counselling Association (CALJOAN), 5(5)., 162-173.
2382

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Maryam, A. and Anam, B. E. (2018). Evaluation of the Nigerian industrial sector and economic growth in the face of sustainable development goals. International Journal of Advanced Research in Public Policy, Social Development and Enterprise Studies, 3(1), 49-59.
2383

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Felix, E. O. and Anam, B. E. (2018). Agriculture promotion policy 2016-2020 and rural development in Nigeria: Challenges and prospects. Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 23(2), 24-29.
2384

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Anam, B. E. and Felix, O. E. (2018). Rural poverty reduction and sustainable development strategies in Nigeria. International Journal of Innovative Research in Social Sciences and Strategic Management Techniques, 5(1) 225-238.
2385

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Ukwayi, J. K., Felix, E. O. and Anam, B. E. (2017). Urbanization and crime in Nigeria: Addressing key challenges of development administration. International Journal of Innovative Research in Social Sciences, Environmental Studies
2386

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Ukwayi, J. K. and Anam, B. E. (2017). Internally Displaced persons and emerging security challenges: An assessment of the Bakassi refugee camp in Cross River State, NigeriaInternational Journal of Development Strategies in Humanities, Management and Social Sciences, 7(2), 125-134.
2387

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Ukwayi, J. K. and Anam,B. E, (2017). Federalism and the search for national security in Nigeria: the Quest for Good Governance. International Journal of Development Strategies in Humanities, Management and Social Sciences, 7(1), 155-164.
2388

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Ukwayi, J. K. and Anam, B. E. (2017). Security tensions and the achievement of sustainable development goals in Nigeria. International Journal of Advanced Studies in Economics and Public Sector Management, 5(1) 243- 255.
2389

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Frank, M. A., Anam, B. E. and Njirinze, C. J. (2017). Thrift Credit services and socio economic wellbeing of community dwellers in Cross River State. International Journal of Development Strategies in Humanities, Management and Social Sciences, 7(2), 146-165.
2390

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Frank, M. A. and Anam, B. E. (2017). Volunteerism as a strategy for community development in Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS), 22(5), 60-65.
2391

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Donald, B. E., and Anam, B. E. (2017). Strengthening the Foundation of Economic Development in Africa: a Review of the Trinitarian relationship between education, technology and productivity. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, 4(6), 529-568.
2392

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Anam, B. E., Felix, O. E. and Felix, E. O. (2017). Integrated development through infrastructure and socio economic wellbeing of rural dwellers in Nigeria. International Journal of Advanced Research in Public Policy, Social Development and Enterprise Studies, 2(2) 227-235.
2393

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Felix, O. E. and Anam, B. E. (2016). Village renewal and development programmes in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research, 2(7), 14-18.
2394

Dr. Otu Offiong Duke

Nwagboso, C. I., & Duke, O. O. (2012). Rural development programme implementation in developing countries: The experience of China and India. Global Journal of Human Social Sciences, 12(11), 27-34.
2395

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Eteng, F. O. and Anam, B. (2016). Pension Administration in Nigeria Public Service: Challenges and Prospects. Journal of Integrative Humanism, 7 (1), 1-7.
2396

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Arugu, O. L. and Anam, B. E. (2016). Gender, human rights, environmental security and the peace question in Nigeria development. International Journal of Advanced Studies in Economics and Public Sector Management, 4(1), 68-83.
2397

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Judith, O. and Anam, B. E. (2016) Diversification of the African Rural Economy through Industrialization. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 3(8), 56-62.
2398

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Judith, O. and Anam, B. E. (2016). The role of women in food production and poverty reduction in rural communities in Cross River State. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 3(9) 56-64.
2399

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Diji, C. J., Adeniji, J. A., and Anam, B. E. (2015). Technical and vocational education and training (tvet) and the challenges of youth unemployment in Nigeria. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Development, Education and Science Research, 3(2), 287-296.
2400

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Osonwa, O. K. and Anam, B. E. (2015).Analysis of impact of Cross River State community and social development agency on enhanced health status of rural communities. International Journal of Innovative Research in Education, Technology and Social Strategies, 1(1), 229-291.
2401

Dr. Otu Offiong Duke

Duke, O. O., Agbaji, D. D., & Bassey, O. (2017). Corruption and the challenges of Boko Haram Terrorism in Nigeria; A Case of the Nigerian Armed Forces. Asian Journal of Arts and Social Sciences, 4(2), 1-20.
2402

Dr. Otu Offiong Duke

Duke, O. O. & Dickson, D. A. (2017). The Pursuit of Good Governance and the Anti-Financial Corruption Blitz in Nigeria, A study of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). Asian Research Journal of Arts and Social Sciences, 2(4), 1-16.
2403

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Uduma, M.K and Ebi, B.O (2007) An elementary study on Agricultural Development and Policy in Nigeria 1(49),978-3353
2404

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Ebi, B.O and Nwachi, L. A (2015) Leadership and police officers performance: The role of work capacity, motivation and behaviour relationship 3(8) 1-9.
2405

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Uduma, M.K and B.O Ebi (2009). Access/utilization of Agricultural credits:A case study of female farmers borrowers in Benue State of Nigeria. A Multi-disciplinary journal of university of Calabar graduate school,2(1),232-236.
2406

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Ebi. B.O and Uduma (2009). Nigerian Agricultural sector and budgetary allocation 1990-2008. Global journal of agriculture, University of Calabar. 8(1), 21-24
2407

Dr. Otu Offiong Duke

Etim, E. E., Duke, O. O., and Odey, J. (2017). The Implications of Food Insecurity, Poverty and Hunger on Nigeria’s National Security. Asian Research Journal of Arts and Social Sciences. 4(2), 1-10.
2408

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe,S.A.and Imbua,D.“Re-Engineering the Pan-Africanist Vision in the Black Atlantic,” In Asian Journal of Research In Social Sciences and Humanities, 5.3,(2015),14-23.
2409

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe,S.A.“Evolution of Modern Currency in the Middle Cross River Basin of Nigeria”,AFRIKA ZAMANI: A Journal of African History,IX.IV,(2008),104-110.
2410

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe,S.A.“Evolution of Modern Currency in the Middle Cross River Basin of Nigeria”,AFRIKA ZAMANI: A Journal of African History,IX.IV,(2008),104-110.
2411

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe,S “The Development of Transportation System in the Cross River Basin of Nigeria: The Era of British Colonial Rule,1888-1950”,Sankofa:Journal of Humanities, 3.2,(2005),75-81.
2412

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe,S.“Aspects of British Colonialism in South Eastern Nigeria 1888-1950:Women’s Role in Biaseland”, Bilingual Journal of Arts,Letters and Social Sciences, 1.3,(2005),113-125.
2413

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe,S.“Cross River Rivalry: The Umon-Efik Trade Relations in the Cross River Basin of Nigeria.1800-1900”,Sankofa:Journal of the Humanities, 3.1,(2005),69-80.
2414

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe,S.“The Social Impact of British Colonialism on a Traditional African Society:A Case Study of the Biase of South-Eastern Nigeria”,Sankofa:Journal of the Humanities,3.1,(2005),15-26.
2415

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe,S.“Women in the Development of Nigeria Since Pre-Colonial Times”,Lincoln Journal of Social and Political Thought,3.1,(2004),1-10
2416

Dr. Otu Offiong Duke

Etim, E. E., Duke, O. O., and Odey, J. (2017). The Implications of Food Insecurity, Poverty and Hunger on Nigeria’s National Security. Asian Research Journal of Arts and Social Sciences. 4(1), 1-10.
2417

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe,S.“From Ethnicity to Federalism:A Case Study of the Biase of the South/South Geo-political Region of Nigeria in Pre-Independence Times”.Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria(JHSN)19.2,(2008),1-18.
2418

Dr. Otu Offiong Duke

Etim, E. E., Odey, J. (Jr), and Duke, O. O.(2017). International Politics of Oil Monomania and Food Security: The Nigerian Case. Asian Research Journal of Arts and Social Sciences. 3(1), 1-11.
2419

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe,S.” Nigerian Women in Top Political Positions 1923-2007:The Journey So Far”, Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies(CAJOLIS) 11.4,(2008),109-139
2420

Dr. Otu Offiong Duke

Duke, O. O., Odey J., and Etim, E. E. ( 2017). The Role of State in Curbing Ethnic and Religious Crises in Nigeria as a Federation. International Journal of Advanced Research in Public Policy, Social Development and Enterprise Studies. 2(1), 13-25.
2421

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe,S.“Cross River Basin of Nigeria”: An Economy in Transition,1800-1940”,Journal of Arts and Humanities, 5.2,(2008),133-144
2422

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe,S.“Women and Economic Development in Nigeria”, Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies,(CAJOLIS) 1x.1 (April),(2006)154-166.
2423

Dr. Otu Offiong Duke

Duke O. O., Dickson, D. A. and Etim, E. E. (2016). The Upsurging Waves of Islamic Fundamentalism and the Case for Nigeria’s Development: Institution, Structural Processes, and System. International Journal of Innovative Research and Development. 15(13).
2424

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe,S.A.“Economic Diversification, Long Distance Trade and Politics in Biase 1840-1950”,AKWANSHI:Journal of the National Museum Calabar,1.1,(2007),42-55
2425

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe,S.“British Colonialism in the Middle Cross River Basin of Nigeria: Economic Consequences on the Biase”, African Journal of Economy and Society,7.1, (2006),15-26
2426

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe,S.“The Dicey Issue of Chronology in African Historical Reconstruction:A Case Study of the Biase of the Cross River Basin of Nigeria”,Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria,16,(2005/2006),8-18
2427

Dr. Otu Offiong Duke

Chris, I. N and Duke, O. (2015). The Implication of the 2011 General Elections on Democracy and Good Governance in Nigeria. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal. Society for Science and Education. 2(7), 221-238
2428

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe, S.A.And Anwana A.O.“Cultural Foundations for Women’s Democratic Empowerment in Cross River/Akwa Ibom States of Nigeria”,Calabar Journal of Religious Studies,1.2,(2001),18-29
2429

Dr. Otu Offiong Duke

Enor, F. N and Duke, O. O. (2013) Local Government Creation in Nigeria and its Implications for Inter-groups Relations; The Case of Agbokim Mgbabo in Ikom Urban II, Cross River State. National Development Studies. 7(2), 22-40.
2430

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe,S.A.“Pre-Colonial Trade Relations between the Cross River Basin and the Middle Benue Region of Nigeria”,Ibom Journal of History,3.4(1997),16-28
2431

Mr. Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong

Oduora Okpokam Asuo and Rev Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong.“The Philosophy and Method of Integrative Humanism and Religious Crises in Nigeria :Picking Only the Essentials” Sophia:An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs 14.2(2014):84-90.
2432

Dr. ENEYO VIOLET BASSEY

Obong, L. B., Effiom V. A. and Okon, A. E. (2012). The impact of Marina Tourism Resort on the livelihood of Duke Town, Cross River State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Social and Development Issues,9 (2). 114-124.
2433

Dr. ENEYO VIOLET BASSEY

Effiom, V. A. and Obong, L. B. (2013). Proliferation of hotels in Calabar Municipality: location, problems and prospects. Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives,2, (1).38-55.
2434

Dr. ENEYO VIOLET BASSEY

Effiom, V. A. (2012). Impact of Honeypot Development in the Tourism Sector in Cross River State: A Case Study of Calabar Metropolis. Journal of Tourism and Heritage Studies,3, (2). 85-97
2435

Mr. Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong

Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong and Emannuel William Udoh. “Theism in Christianity, Islam and Sikhism:A Comparative Analysis”The Leajon: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 5.2 (2014):73-79.
2436

Dr. ENEYO VIOLET BASSEY

Eja, E. I., Effiom, V. A. and Edibard, O. V. (2015). Assessing urban renewal programme a strategy for sustainable tourism development in Calabar, Nigeria. Multi-disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Issues, 4, (1). 32-44
2437

Mr. Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong

Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong and Emannuel William Udoh. “Conflict Management:The Contribution of the Christian Church” The Leajon: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 5.2 (2014):27-48.
2438

Dr. ENEYO VIOLET BASSEY

Violet B. E., Ijeoma H. O. and Edward J. E. (2017). The Impact of Globalization on African Heritage: Case Study of Igbo Cultural Heritage. Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives, 6 (1).128-142
2439

Dr. ENEYO VIOLET BASSEY

Violet, B. E., and Bassey B., Edward, J. E. (2017). Mapping Hotel Distribution in Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. World Environment Journal, 1, (1) 66-78
2440

Mr. Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong

Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong and G.U.Ntamu “BAPTISM:A Comparative Study of the Reformed and Pentecostal Model” European Scientific Journal 10.17(2014):151-161
2441

Dr. ENEYO VIOLET BASSEY

Eja, E, I, Ajake, A. O., Effiom, V. A., and Bernadette, N. (2011). Seasonal Changes on Resort Patronage in Cross River State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Tourism,. 2, (2) 19-30.
2442

Mr. Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong

G.U.Ntamu and Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong “BOKO HARAM:A THREAT to Nigerian National SECURITY” European Scientific Journal 10.17(2014):244-253
2443

Dr. ENEYO VIOLET BASSEY

Eja, E. I, Ajake, A O., and Effiom V. E. (2012): Tourists Perception of Service Quality in the Hospitality Industry in Cross River State. The Pakistan Journal of Social Issues. 3 (2)111- 119.
2444

Dr. ENEYO VIOLET BASSEY

Eja, E. I. Ajake, A O., and Effiom, V. A. (2012). Assessment of Community Perception and Participation in Eco-tourism: Cross River State National Park Scenario. South Asian Journal of Tourism and Heritage, 5, (2) 13-23.
2445

Dr. ENEYO VIOLET BASSEY

Obong, L. B; Aniah, E. J; Okaba, L. A. and Effiom, V. A (2013). Sustainable livelihood in the Cross River State National Park (CRNP) Oban, Nigeria. International journal of business and social science, 4 (16).
2446

Dr. ENEYO VIOLET BASSEY

Eja, E, I. and Effiom, V. A (2014).Environmental Implications of Tinapa Business Resort Development Communities, Nigeria. Journal of Environmental and Earth Science, 4, (2).
2447

Mr. Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong

G.U.Ntamu and Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong “The Lord’s Supper: A Comparative Study of the Reformed and Pentecostal Model”Anglisticum Journal 3.2 (2014):47-50.
2448

Mr. Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong

Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong and Karbon,Philip Benjamin “Traditional Rulers and Development of Democracy in Nigeria” Archive for Social and Behavioral Sciences 4.1 (2014):79-87.
2449

Dr. ENEYO VIOLET BASSEY

Eja, E I. and Effiom, V .A. (2015). The Influence of Leboku New Yam Festival on Catchment Communities in Yakurr Local Government Area, Nigeria. American Journal of Tourism Research,4, (1). 37-43.
2450

Mr. Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong

Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong “Islam and Global Ecological Crisis:An Eco-Theological Review” International Journal of Asian Social Science 3.7(2013),1591-1596.
2451

Mr. Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong

Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong and Karbon,Philip Benjamin “Baptism and the Lord’s Supper in Baptist Tradition” Archive for Theology and Biblical Studies 3.1(2014):40-52.
2452

Mr. Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong

Ekpenyong,E.Obo “The Ethical Implications of Euthanasia on Nigerian Society” African Pentecost Journal of Theology, Psychology and Social Work 4.1(2012 ):40-46.
2453

Mr. Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong

Ekpenyong O.Ekpenyong “The Psychological Approaches to the Study of Religion” African Journal of Religion, Culture and Society 3.2(2011):52-61.
2454

Mr. Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong

Ekpenyong,E.Obo “The Social and Political Roots of Conflict in Nigeria:The Role of the Church” American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities 1.2(2011):117-136.
2455

Mr. Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong

Ekpenyong,E.Obo “Peace And Justice As A Religious Panacea for National Development in Nigeria” American Journal of Social Issue and Humanities 1.2(2011):95-106.
2456

Dr. Felix Ukpai Ogban

Ogban, F. U., Asagba, P. O., Owolabi, O. O. (2014) An Efficient Clustering System for the Measure of Page (Document) Authoritativeness.Journal of Information Engineering and Applications IISTE,4 (6), 1-10
2457

Dr. Felix Ukpai Ogban

Ogban, F. U., Asagba, P. O. and Owolabi O. O. (2014) On improving Search Result Authoritativeness with an Enhanced Trust Rank Algorithm. African Journal of Computing and ICT- IEEE 7(1), 91-98
2458

Dr. Felix Ukpai Ogban

OGBAN, F. U., ASAGBA, P. O. and OWOLABI O. O. (2013) On an Improved Fuzzy C-Means Clustering Algorithm. International Journal of Applied Sciences and Environmental Management. December 2013. 17 (4)
2459

Dr. Felix Ukpai Ogban

OGBAN, F. U., ASAGBA, P. O., OWOLABI, O. O. (2013),The Illusion in the Presentation of the Rank of a Web Page with Dangling Links. International Journal of Applied Sciences and Environmental Management. December 2013.17(4)
2460

Dr. Felix Ukpai Ogban

Edem, F. E. and Ogban, F. U. (2014) Intranet Base-Smart Agent Alert System Using Email and Short Message Service (SMS) Broadcast. Journal of Network and Complex Systems IISTE, 4 (8)., 13–18
2461

Dr. Felix Ukpai Ogban

Udensi, O. U., Okon, A., Ikpeme,E. V, Onyokpo, O. O. and Ogban, F. U. (2015). Assessing the genetic diversity in cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp] accessions obtained from IITA,Nigeria using Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD).International Journal of Plant Breeding and Genetics 10, 12–22
2462

Dr. Felix Ukpai Ogban

Eyakedung, S. and Ogban, F. U. (2015) On a single Display Multi-View Video over Internet Protocol (SDMV-VOIP) Streamer. Journal of Computer Engineering and Intelligent Systems IISTE, vol. 6 No. 10 43-47
2463

Dr. Felix Ukpai Ogban

Ndifon, B. and Ogban, F. U. (2015) On a Packet-wise Data Transfer Monitoring System. Journal of Control Theory and Informatics IISTE, vol.5 No.5 Pp 1-9
2464

Dr. Felix Ukpai Ogban

Ikpeme, E.V., Udensi, O. U., Okolo, M. C., Ogban, F. U., Ufford, N. G., Odo, E. U, and Asuquo, B. O (2016). Genetic relatedness of Clarias gariepinus (L.) from cultured and wild populations using multivariate analyses. Asian Journal of Animal Science, 10, 131 – 138.
2465

Dr. Felix Ukpai Ogban

Arikpo, I. I., Ogban F. U. and Eteng, I. E. (2007), Von Neumann Architecture and (Modern Computers. Global Journal of Mathematical Sciences 6(2), 97
2466

Dr. Felix Ukpai Ogban

Ogban, F. U., Arikpo, I. I. and Eteng, I. E. (2008), The Effect of Query Convolution on Web Search Results.Scientia Africana:An international Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences.7(1),21.
2467

Dr. Felix Ukpai Ogban

Ogban, F. U. and Owolabi O. O. (Ph. D.) (2008), Design and Implementation of Information Retrieval System Using Boolean Operators for Improved Precision and Recall. Scientia Africana: An international Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences.7(1), 1
2468

Dr. Felix Ukpai Ogban

Eteng I. E., Ogban, F. U. and Bassey, H. (2009), Analysis of the UNIX Operating System and Improvement of the Password Authentication Technique. International Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences (IJAN). 2007 Faculty of Science, University of Calabar, Calabar. 2(1), 152–159.
2469

Dr. Felix Ukpai Ogban

Ogban, F. U. (2011) A comparative application of Jacobi and Gauss Seidel's Numerical algorithm in Page Rank Analysis. Global Journal of Mathematical Sciences 10(1 and 2),17-26
2470

Dr. Felix Ukpai Ogban

Ogban, F. U. and Asagba, P. O. (2011) Issues on concurrency controls in transactional database system: The automatic teller machine (ATM)problem.International journal of natural and applied sciences (IJNAS), 5(1and 2),15-19.
2471

Dr. Felix Ukpai Ogban

Ogban, F. U., Asagba, P. O. and Owolabi O. O. (2013) On a cohesive focused and path-ascending crawling scheme for improved search results. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJNAS), 8(1and 2),19 - 25.
2472

Dr. Felix Ukpai Ogban

Ogban, F. U. and NTI, I. S. (2015) Implementation of A Biometric Authentication Layer for A Public Cloud. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJNAS), 10 (1and2)., 67 - 71.
2473

Dr. Felix Ukpai Ogban

Ogban, F. U. and Udoh, U . C. (2015) A Mobile Agent-Based Distributed Information Retrieval System. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJNAS), 10 (1and 2)., 72 - 77.
2474

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe,S.A.“European Imperialism in Nigeria. A Re-appraisal of The Victorian Thesis,“The Calabar Historical journal,4(2000),132-146
2475

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe,S. “The Concept of Love in African Theatre”, Andrew, E. H. And Ajibade, B. (Edit) The Dramaturgy of Liberation and Survival, Festschrift Essays on Chris Nwamuo’s Scholarship, Calabar: University of Calabar Press,(2009),215-218
2476

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Uzoigwe G.N.And Effah-Attoe,S.A.“Vision Lost:Restoration of Civilian Rule and Shehu Shagari’s Lost Opportunity,1979-1983”,Nwachukwu,L.And Uzoigwe,G. N. (Edit)Troubled Journey:Nigeria Since the Civil War, Dallas:University Press of America,(2004)133-185.
2477

Prof. Stella Ajah Effah-Attoe

Effah-Attoe,S.A.“Better Life Programme”,Adalemo,I. A.And Baba,J.M(Edit) Nigeria,Giant in the Tropics, A Compendium,Lagos:Gabumo Publishers,1.0,(1993), 373-377
2478

Mr. Inyang William Smart

Inyang, W. (2016).Determinants of the Release of Imprest to Units within Public Institutions of Developing Countries: Evidence from University of Calabar, Nigeria. Universal Journal of Accounting and Finance. 4(2): 73-78.
2479

Mr. Inyang William Smart

Inyang, W.(2016). Under-Funding the Supreme Audit Institution Amidst the Rising Unauthorized Extra-Budgetary Expenditures in Nigeria: Is Deliberate Under-Funding a Fraud-Concealing Device? Research Journal of Finance and Accounting. 7(16), 48-57.
2480

Mr. Inyang William Smart

Inyang, W. (2016). Why Government Institutions in Developing Countries Cannot Account for Public Funds: Empirical Evidence from Cross River State of Nigeria. Universal Journal of Accounting and Finance 4(1): 9–21.
2481

Mr. Inyang William Smart

Inyang W. (2016).‘A Critical Literature Review: Reasons Why Illegal Extra-Budgetary Expenditures are Incurred by Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAS) in Nigeria.Research Journal of Finance and Accounting.7(14),9-14.
2482

Mr. Inyang William Smart

Inyang, W. (2013).‘The impact of overhead cost budgeting on the annual imprest expenditures of State Ministries, Departments and Agencies(MDAs): A study from Cross River State, Nigeria.’International Business Research (IBR), 6(6), 129–142.
2483

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Diji, C. J. and Anam, B. E. (2015). Renewable energy technology for rural electrification in Nigeria: current trends and emerging issues. International Journal of Advanced Studies in Engineering and Scientific Inventions, 3(1), 1-16
2484

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

2485

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Antai, A. S. and Anam, B. E. (2015). National poverty eradication programme and poverty reduction in Nigeria: empirical investigation of the programme impact in Cross River State. International Journal of Innovative Research in Social Science and Strategic Management Techniques, 1(1), 269-279.
2486

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Antai, A. S., Ita, J. J. and Anam, B. E. (2015). Estimation of the short run and long run determinants of domestic savings rate in Nigeria (1970-2008). International Journal of Innovative Research in Technology, Basic and Applied Sciences, 1(1), 40-58.
2487

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Rehanet, I. and Anam, B. E. (2014). Impact of oil and gas revenue on gross domestic product and national development in Nigeria (1980 - 2010). International Journal of Development Strategies in Humanities, Management and Social Sciences, 5(1), 39-47.
2488

Dr. Udumo Bassey Obeten

Uba, J. U., Abang, T. A. and Udumo, B. O. (2014). Endangered species act and biodiversity conservation in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies (IJCEDS). 2(3), 69-75.
2489

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Arugu, L. O. and Anam, B. E. (2014). Community self–help and rural development in Bayelsa State. International Journal of Comparative Studies in International Relations and Development, 3(1), 20-32.
2490

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Helen, N. A. and Anam, B. E. (2014). Teenage childbearing trend in Nigeria, 1990-2008. International Journal of Education, 4(1), 151-169.
2491

Mr. INAH EMMANUEL MKPE

Ayaambaitajong, A. & Inah, E. M. (2017). Towards Combating Insecurity in Nigeria: The Role of Community Policing. In Multidisciplinary Journal Research and Development Perspective, 6 (1).,  32-39
2492

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Antai, A. S. and Bassey Anam (2014). Resource control and grassroots development in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, 5(20), 1-10.
2493

Dr. Udumo Bassey Obeten

Udumo, B. O, and Uba, J. U. (2014). Essence of public and private sectors collaboration in tourism development in Cross River State. International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies(IJCEDS). 2(3), 93-100.
2494

Dr. Udumo Bassey Obeten

Uba, J. U., Abang, T. A. and Udumo, B. O., (2014). Endangered species act and biodiversity conservation in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies (IJCEDS), 2(3), 69-75.
2495

Dr. Udumo Bassey Obeten

Eneji, C. O., Obim, E.and Udumo, B. O., (2014). Microcredit Facilities and the challenges of meeting the Millennium Development Goals for sustainable Rural Development in Nigeria. (Pakistan) Journal of Research in Economics and International Finance, 3(3), 72-78.
2496

Dr. Udumo Bassey Obeten

Delight, O. I., S. V., Ovat, M. A. and Udumo, B. O. (2015). Prepositioning teacher education strategy for equipping the Nigerian child with skills and competencies to succeed in the competitive global community. Anals of model education. 7(1),66-78.
2497

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Antai, A. S. and Anam, B. E. (2014). National poverty eradication programme and poverty reduction in Nigeria: empirical investigation of the programme impact in Cross River State. International Journal of Human Resource Studies, 4(3), 58-65.
2498

Dr. Udumo Bassey Obeten

Monity,F. M.,Udumo, B. O.,Asuquo, I. and Eneji, C.O. (2015). School environment and school types as correlates of secondary school students Disciplinary Behaviour in Akamkpa Local Government of Cross River State, Nigeria. Anals of model education. 7(1),56-65.
2499

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Antai, A. S. and Anam, B. E. (2014). Imperatives of privatization on the Nigerian economy. International Journal of Development Strategies in Humanities, Management and Social Sciences, 4(2), 280-295.
2500

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Antai, A. S. and Anam, B. E. (2014). Imperatives of privatization on the Nigerian economy. International Journal of Development Strategies in Humanities, Management and Social Sciences, 4(2), 280-295.
2501

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Anam, B. E., Iba, J. A. and Aregbe, T. A. (2014). Entrepreneurship education, productive employment and sustainable poverty reduction in Cross River State. International Journal of Advanced Research in Statistics, Management and Finance, 2(1), 192-203.
2502

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Anam, B. E., Antai, A. S. and Ekei, J. O. (2014). Political economy of rural communities: an assessment of development strategies in Nigeria. International Journal of Advanced Studies in Ecology, Development and Sustainability, 2(1) 14-30.
2503

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Edame, G. E., Anam, B. E., and Eneji, R. O. (2013). Nigeria's development objectives in time perspective: Issues of structural constraints. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS), 1(10),1-7.
2504

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Victor, E. N. and Anam, B. E. (2012). Addressing the problems militating against effective integration of information and communication technology (ICT) in the Nigerian University System. Journal of Assertiveness,5(1), 1-11
2505

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Antai, A. S. and Anam, B. E.(2012). Issues and policy direction to combat climate change on agriculture and economic development in Sub-Saharan Africa. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development,3(12),68-73.
2506

Dr. Bassey Ekpenyong Anam

Edame, G. E., Anam, B. A., Fonta, W. M., E. and Duru, J. C. (2011). Climate change, food security and agricultural productivity in Africa: Issues and policy directions. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 1(21).
2507

Dr. Charles Effiong

Effiong, C., Inameti, E.E., Ernest, A.N. and Arikpo, N.N.(2018).Strategic management of sales promotion techniques on products consumers of selected retail outlets in Calabar Metropolis of Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Social Sciences. 17(1),19-36.
2508

Dr. Charles Effiong

Tapang, A.T., Bessong, P.K. and Effiong, C. (2012).The accounting implication of cultural dimensions on financial reporting: A study of selected manufacturing companies in Nigeria. Global Journal of Social Sciences. 11(2), 89-98.
2509

Dr. Charles Effiong

Effiong, C. (2011). Industrial Relations Practice with internationalized workforce: The case of Nigera. Advances in Entrepreneurship Development 1(1), 69-77.
2510

Dr. Charles Effiong

Usoro, A.A., Effiong, C. and Udongwo, U. (2018). Career progress requirements and job effectiveness of federal Universities lectures in Cross River and Akwa Ibom States, Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Business Management. 23(6), Ver.9, 21-27. DO1:10.9790/0837-2306096674.
2511

Dr. Charles Effiong

Efiong, E.J., Effiong, C., I.O. Inyang and Ugbajah, D.C. (2017). Opinion and behavior of Nigerian undergraduate students towards forensic accounting for fraud prevention and detection. Scholars Journal of Economics, Business and Management. 4(11),787-798.
2512

Dr. Charles Effiong

Efiong, E.J., Otuagoma, F.O., Effiong, C. and Ugbajah, D.C. (2017). Forensic accounting education in Nigeria: The perspectives of academics. Scholars Journal of Economics, Business and Management. 4(11) 773-789.
2513

Dr. Charles Effiong

Effiong, C., Usoro, A.A., and Ekpenyong, O.E. (2017). The impact of labour turnover on small and medium scale enterprises (SMEs) performance in Cross River State, Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Business and Management 19(10), 40–57. Ver.1. DOI:10.9790/487X-1910014057.
2514

Dr. Charles Effiong

Efiong, E.J, Inyang, I.E. and Effiong, (2016). Underlying dimensions of the hindrances to the application of forensic accounting techniques in Nigeria. International Journal of Business and Management. 11(3), 173–182.
2515

Dr. Charles Effiong

Usoro, A.A., Effiong, C. and Ekpenyong, O.E. (2015). Organisational climate stress and job effectiveness of lecturers in Nigerian Federal Universities: A study of Akwa Ibom and Cross River States. IOSR Journal of Business Management 17(9), 21-27.
2516

Dr. Charles Effiong

Ogar, A., Nkamare, S.E., and Effiong, C. (2014). Commercial bank credit and its contributions on manufacturing sector in Nigeria. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting 5(22), 188-196.
2517

Dr. Charles Effiong

Effiong, C., Bassey, E.B. and Tapang, A.T. (2014) An empirical analysis of farm accounting on the value of crops output in Nigera. European Journal of Commerce and Management Research (EJCMR) 3(1), 10-15
2518

Dr. Charles Effiong

Asuquo, A.I., Akpan, A.U. and Effiong, C. (2014). Accounting for influence of execution of financial conventions on revenue utilization in Local Government Areas: Nigeria’s experience of level of voluntary compliance. European Journal of Accounting Auditing and Finance Research 2(5), 1-18.
2519

Dr. Charles Effiong

Usoro, A.A., Ekpenyong, O.E. and Effiong, C.(2014).Conflict Management: The Nigerian Government’s Strategies and the Question of Enduring Peace. Journal of Business and Management Research 3(2), 138-149
2520

Dr. Charles Effiong

Bassey, E.B. and Effiong, C. (2013) Capital market as a barometer for development: Its impact and contribution to Nigerian economy 1991-2011. European Journal of Business and Management 5(7), 96-106.
2521

Dr. Charles Effiong

Efiong, E.J., Usang, O.U.E., Inyang, I. O. and Effiong, C. (2013). Corporate social responsibility in small and medium scale enterprises in Nigeria: An example from the hotel industry. International Journal of Business and Management 8(14), 119-126.
2522

Dr. Charles Effiong

Ojong, C.M., Hycent, O.O. and Effiong, C. (2013). Effect of Budget Deficit Financing on the Development of the Nigerian Economy 1980-2008. European Journal of Business and Management 5(3), 61-84.
2523

Dr. Charles Effiong

Effiong, C., Igbeng, E. and Tapang, A.T. (2012).The accounting implications of fiscal and monetary policies on the development of the Nigerian Stock Market: 1992-2011. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development 3(11), 83-98.
2524

Dr. Charles Effiong

Bessong, P.K. and Effiong, C. (2012). Comparative analysis of fair value and historical cost accounting on reported profit: a study of selected manufacturing companies in Nigeria. Research journal of finance and accounting 3(8),132-149.
2525

Dr. Charles Effiong

Bassey, E,B., P Bessong, P.K. and Effiong, C. (2012).The effect of monetary policy on demand for money in Nigeria. Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business 4(7), 430-439.
2526

Mr. Ejeje Agube Igwe

Agube E.I. (2014). Soil Conservation Practices for Climate Change Adaptation among Arable Crop Farmers in Cross River State, Nigeria(M.Sc. Research Thesis)
2527

Mr. Ejeje Agube Igwe

Elemi, G. F., Angba, A. O., Ajkah, E. A; Agube, E.I; Idiku, F. O. (2015). Effect of special programme for food security on cassava output among rural farmers in Cross River State – Nigeria. European American Journal, 17-25
2528

Mr. Ejeje Agube Igwe

Nneoyi I. O., Ginini F. E., Ejeje I. A. (2013). The Role of communication Media in Mitigating Climate Change Effects on Agricultural Production in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Crop Research, vol. 1 (3), pp. 46-54
2529

Mr. Ejeje Agube Igwe

Dr.Ndifon H.M.,Agube, E.I.andOdok, G.N . (2012).Sustainability of Agricultural Cooperative Societies in Nigeria:The case of South – South, Nigeria.Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences.Vol.3 (2): 19-25
2530

Mr. Ejeje Agube Igwe

Agube E. I. (2007). An Economic Evaluation of the Agricultural Credit Guarantee Scheme Fund (ACGSF) 1978 -2005: A case Study of the Central Bank of Nigeria C.B.N.
2531

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ndum, V. E. (2013). Organizational Theory and Behaviour: a Guide for Students and Practitioners.Calabar Clear Lines Publications Ltd
2532

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

 Ndum, V. E., & Okey, S. T.  (2015). Teachers' Involvement and Role in Climate Change Curriculum Development and Implementation in Nigerian Secondary Educational System. Modern Management Science & Engineering, 3(1), 21-31.
2533

Dr. Jacob Otu

M. P. Okom, J. O. Enyia, "The Impact of the Telecommunications Regulatory Agency on Consumer Protection in Nigeria" International Journal of Scientific Research and Management (IJSRM) Vol.6, No.07, 2018, pp, 59-65.
2534

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Ebi, B.O., Isonkwo, A .E and Ekwok, I. (2012). Globalization and Economic instability in Nigeria. A Multi disciplinary journal of research and Development perspectives, University of Calabar.1(2),242-248,
2535

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Samson, A.A, Ebi. B.O and Umonda E.C (2015). Does Electricity products and use impact on living standard in Africa? Gashua Journal of sciences and Humanities. 1(1),127-140.
2536

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Ebi, B.O and Effiom, L. (2016) Public and Private Sectors’ Expenditure Elasticities of Poverty: Evidence from Nigeria. A Multi-disciplinary journal of research and Development perspectives. 4(2), 24-36.
2537

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Effiom, L. and Ebi, B. O (2016) Foreign Direct Investment in Cross River State, Nigeria: An Evaluation of Investment Policy Framework. Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies. 58(3),389-409.
2538

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Okoh, A. S.,andEbi, B.O (2013), Infrastructure Investment, Institutional Quality, and Economic growth in Nigeria: An Interactive Approach. European Journal of Humanities and Social sciences. 26(1),1343-1358.
2539

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Ebi, B.O, Abu. M., and Clement, O. D (2013). The Relative Potency of External and Domestic Debts on Economic performance in Nigeria. European Journal of Humanities and social sciences. 27(1),1415-1429.
2540

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Ebi, B.O., Nathan, E and Ubi, P (2013). Social Capital and Economic Growth Opportunities: A case study of Rural Households in Obudu, Cross River State-Nigeria. Global Journal of Human Social Sciences (Eonomics).13(2),13-16.
2541

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Ebi, B. O.and Nathan, E (2013), Institutional Quality, Petroleum Resources and Economic Growth: a Difference-in-Indifference Approach Using, Nigeria, Brazil and Canada. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science.3(20),198-206.
2542

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Ebi. B. O and J.E Akpan (2014),Nigeria economic performance and bank recapitalization policy; the role of bank branch and deposit trends. Public Policy and Administration Research.4(5), 19-23.
2543

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Ebi, B.O.and Ape,S. A (2014). Supply response of selected Agricultural Export Commodities in Nigeria. Journal of economics and sustainable development.5(5),47-57.
2544

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Ebi, B.O and Nathan E. (2014). commercial bank credits and industrial sector growth in Nigeria. Journal of economics and sustainable development. 5(9), 1-11.
2545

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Udah, B.E and Ebi, B.O (2016) Diagnosis of Nigeria Inclusive Growth: A Composite Index Approach. British Journal of Economics, Finance and Management sciences 12 (2). 49-58.
2546

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Ebi, B.O and Samson, A.(2016), By how much Will Faster Economic Growth Boost Government Revenue in Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Development Studies. 4(2), 145-158.
2547

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Ebi, B.O and Ubi P. (2016), Oil Revenue and the Twin Deficit Hypothesis in Nigeria. International Journal of Economics and Management Studies 3(5), 36-44.
2548

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Udah, B.E and Ebi, B.O(2017) Infrastructure, Human Capital and Industrialization in Nigeria. Nile Journal of Business and Economics. 3(6), 58-77.
2549

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Ubi, P. and Ebi, B.O (2017), Remittance, Capital Flight and Poverty: Lesson from Nigeria. International Journal of Economics and Management Studies. 4(5), 49-61.
2550

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Ebi, B.O and Oluwafemi, A. (2017), Tax Reforms and Tax Yield in Nigeria. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues. 7 (3), 768-778.
2551

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Ebi, B.O and Ubi, P.(2017), Education Expenditure and Access to Education: Case Study of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Declaration in Nigeria. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues. 7 (5), 290-298.
2552

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Ubi, P. and Ebi, B.O(2018) Financial Sector Development, Capital Accumulation and Output Growth in Nigeria: an Interactive Approach. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management. 6(4), 361-379.
2553

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Ebi, B.O and Imoke, D.I (2017), Public Debt Carrying Capacity and Debt Transmission Channels: The Nigerian Experience. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues. 7(5), 41-52.
2554

Mrs. Vera Ene

Nkpoyen, F.,  V. E. Henshaw, V. E. and Adalikwu, R. (2011). Tourism Development as an index of socio-economic development in Cross River State, Nigeria. Proceedings of international conference on social sciences and humanities, 1(10), 69-77.
2555

Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Ebi, B.O.(2018) Financial Sector Development and Tax Revenue in Nigeria. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management.6(6), 93-101.
2556

Mrs. Vera Ene

Edame, G. E., Fonta, W. M., Edet, E. O. and Henshaw, V. E. (2011). The Impact of public expenditure on infrastructure and sustainable development in Africa: the Nigerian experience. international journal of social science, 3(1), 57-73.
2557

Mrs. Vera Ene

Edame, G. E., Fonta, W. M., Edet, E. O. and Henshaw, V. E. (2011). Economic Impact of public expenditure on infrastructure and growth in Nigeria: the Nigerian experience. international journal of social science, 3(1), 12-23.
2558

Mrs. Vera Ene

Nkpoyen,F.,  V.E. Henshaw, V. E. and Adalikwu, R. (2010). Debt relief as a strategy for socio-economic development in third world countries: the Nigerian example. International journal of sociology and anthropology. 2(1), 106-113.
2559

Mrs. Vera Ene

Nkpoyen, F. and Henshaw, V. E. (2010). A Rural Sociological Approach to obstacles confronting project selection and implementation: implications for development performance in Cross River State Communities. International journal of sustainable development. 3(11), 35-41.
2560

Dr. Ibiang Obono Okoi

Okoi,Ibiang Obono and Ekpenyong Obo Ekpenyong “The Role of the Church in Conflicts Management, Peace Building and Development in Nigeria” SOPHIA:AN AFRICAN JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY 17.2,(2017):
2561

Dr. Ibiang Obono Okoi

Okoi,Ibiang Obono “Nigerian Federalism and Internal Boundary Question:A Study of Cross River - Ebonyi States Boundary Relations” SOPHIA:AN AFRICAN JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY 17.2,(2017):
2562

Dr. Ibiang Obono Okoi

Okoi,Ibiang Obono “Industrial Revolution and its Impact” Book Chapter in Europe and the Wider World:A Reader. Makurdi:Aboki Publishers,(2018)35 – 50.
2563

Dr. Ibiang Obono Okoi

Okoi,Ibiang Obono and Egbe,Boypa Oyama “Pre-Colonial Inter-Group Boundary Relations in Africa:The Nigerian Experience” LWATI:A Journal of Contemporary Research 14. 4,(2018):35-44.
2564

Dr. Ibiang Obono Okoi

Okoi,Ibiang Obono and Egbe,Boypa Oyama “Colonialism and Origin of Boundary Crisis in Nigeria.”LWATI:A Journal of Contemporary Research 14.4,(2018):74-87.
2565

Dr. Ibiang Obono Okoi

Okoi,Ibiang Obono and Okorn,Felix Tabi “Communal Boundary Conflicts in Nigeria:An Assessment of the 2006 Ebom – Ebijakara Boundary Conflict in Cross River State.” NDUNODE:Calabar Journal of the Humanities 13.1,(2018): 300 – 310
2566

Dr. Ibiang Obono Okoi

Okoi,Ibiang Obono and Egbe,Boypa Oyama “Colonialism and the Origin of Boundary Crisis in Nigeria”.LWATI:A Journal of Contemporary Research 14.4,(2017):74 – 87.
2567

Dr. Ibiang Obono Okoi

Okoi,Ibiang Obono “The 1992 Ugep–Idomi Boundary Conflict in Cross River State, Nigeria – A Discourse”.American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities 2.1,(2012):11 – 19.
2568

Prof. Cecilia Olunwa Ekwueme

Esther Etop, CECILIA EKWUEME and Anne Meremikwu (2014).Effect of Five Phases of Constructivist Instructional Model (CIM) on junior secondary school two (JSS 2) students’ cognitive achievement and interest in basic Science and Mathematics in Cross River State of Nigeria. Education: 4(3), USA(indexed in Google Scholar).ISSN: 2162 – 9463, 2162 – 8467.
2569

Prof. Cecilia Olunwa Ekwueme

Ogunkunle R.A., EKWUEME, C. O. and Charles-Ogan, G. (2013). Redefining Mathematics classroom culture for sustainable development in senior secondary schools in Rivers State, Nigeria. STEM planet Journal, 11, Malaysia (Google Scholar, ERIC, ProQuest,).ISSN:2203 – 241X.
2570

Prof. Cecilia Olunwa Ekwueme

EKWUEME, C.O. and Meremikwu, A and Nnenna K. Uka (2013) The national Mathematics curriculum for basic education programme and the millennium development goals for Mathematics teachers in Nigeria: Teachers’ perception and readiness. US–CHINA Education Review, 3(3), 162-171. USA (indexed in EBSCO, USA; ERIC, Ulrich’s periodicals,ProQuest etc). ISSN 2161 – 623X
2571

Prof. Cecilia Olunwa Ekwueme

EKWUEME, C.O. and Meremikwu, A (2013). Teachers’ characteristics and senior secondary three students’ degree of errors in different content areas in Mathematics inNigeria. Journal of Education and Practice (IISTE), 4(1), 57-62. Beijing, China( indexed in Google Scholar, ProQuest, Copernicus, OCLC WorldCat). ISSN: 222 – 1735, 2222 – 288X.
2572

Prof. Cecilia Olunwa Ekwueme

EKWUEME, C.O. and Okpobiri, Nchelem (2012). Effects of extended teacher wait time on senior secondary school students’ academic achievement in Mathematics in Asa High School, Abia State, Nigeria. Journal of Education and Practice (IISTE), 3(15), 142 – 148. Beijing, China(indexed in Google Scholar, ProQuest, Copernicus, OCLC WorldCat,)
2573

Prof. Cecilia Olunwa Ekwueme

EKWUEME, C.O. and Ali, A (2012). Process Error and Students’ Academic Achievement in Senior Secondary Certificate Examination in Mathematics in Nigeria. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational ResearchandPolicyStudies(JETERAPS),3(2),600 603. U.S.A(indexed in Google Scholar, Copernicus, ProQuest, Open J-Gate, etc). ISSN: 2141 – 6990.
2574

Prof. Cecilia Olunwa Ekwueme

EKWUEME, C.O. and Meremikwu, A.N (2010). Evaluation of The millennium development goals project (mdg) for primary school teachers in Nigeria: Teachers’ Perspective. International Journal of Research in Education, 2(6), 84-88. Ghana
2575

Prof. Cecilia Olunwa Ekwueme

EKWUEME, C. O., Agbor, K. A; Meremikwu, A. and Ekwueme, B. N.(2009):Literacy and gender liberation in a third world country. International Journal of Sustainable Development, 2(6), 87-90. Ghana
2576

Prof. Cecilia Olunwa Ekwueme

Asim A.E, Kalu, Iroha and EKWUEME ,CECILIA O.(2007). Skills in unpublished graduate theses and published researchers in science education. Tropical Focus: The International Journal Series on Tropical Issues ,8(1), 89-94. Duala, Cameroun( Indexed in Google Scholar). ISSN:1075 – 2884.
2577

Prof. Cecilia Olunwa Ekwueme

Kalu, Iroha M and EKWUEME, C. O. (2004). “Assessment of teachers’ level of literacy and attitude towards information and communication technology (ICT) application in science, technology and Mathematics education” E-Journal of Instructional Science And Technology, 7 (1), 12pp. Australia.(Indexed in Google Scholar).
2578

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Okon, B., Ibom, L. A., Dauda, A. and Etukudo, M. O. (2017). Establishment of A National Snail Breeding Centre for Sustainable Snail Production and Genetic Improvement in Calabar, Nigeria. Proc. 6th Int. Conf/Workshop on Giant African land snails (NetGALS @) FUTA. 4th – 7th June, 2017. Pp 107-114
2579

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Dauda, A.,Ibom, L. A. and Okon, B. (2017). Protein Sequence Evaluation of AchatinafulicaSnail UsingAn Insilico Approach. Proc. 6th Int. Conf/Workshop on Giant African land snails (NetGALS @) FUTA. 4th – 7th June, 2017. Pp 17 -19
2580

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Dauda, A., Okon, B. and Ibom, L. A. (2018). Genetic Diversity of Giant African Land Snails. Proc. 6th NCSB Biodiversity and Conservation conference UniUyo. 6th – 12th May, 2018. Pp 144 – 147
2581

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

J. U. Igwebuike, C. I.Medugu, I. D. Kwari, and A. Dauda. (2013). Growth Performance and Nutrient Digestibility of Growing Rabbits Fed two Varieties of Sorghum asReplacement for Maize as Energy Source in Tropical Environment.Global Journal of Bio-Science and Biotechnology. 2(2): 167- 172.
2582

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

H. Duwa, A. Y. Girgiri, A. Dauda, and J. U. Igwebuike. (2014). The Effect of Feeding Graded Levels of Roasted Sunflower (Helianthus AnnuusL.) Seed Meal on Weaner Rabbits. Online Journal of Animal and Feed Research. 4 (5): 107-112
2583

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Ayuba. Dauda, HarunaDuwa, JummaiAdamuYaska, Joseph OchocheEgahi, YarimaShettimaKollo. (2016). Protein Sequence Analysis of Newcastle (Paramyxovirus) in Poultry.International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research and Innovations. 5(1): 19-24
2584

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Dauda, A., Abbaya, H. Y., Malgwi, I. H. and Abare, E. A. (2016). Sequence Length Variation and Transmembrane Analysis of Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia (CBPP) and Contagious CaprinePleuropneumonia (CCPP) Proteins.Journal of Dairy, Veterinary and Animal Research.4(3): 00121
2585

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Abbaya, H.Y. Molokwu, N.N. Dauda, A. and Millam J.J. (2016). Growth, Feeds and Feed Consumption Pattern of Japanese Quails (Coturnixcoturnix japonica) in the Northern Guinea Savanna, Nigeria. Adamawa State University Journal of Agricultural Sciences - 4(1):151-158
2586

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Dauda, A., Duwa, H. and Abbaya, H. Y. (2016). Analysis of Insulin Growth Factor-1(Igf-1) Gene of Cattle, Goats and Sheep. Adamawa State University Journal of Agricultural Sciences - 4(1):144-150
2587

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Yasks, J. A., Momoh, M. O and Dauda, A. (2017).Hematological parameters of three strains of local cocks in Northern Nigeria. International Journal of Environment, Agriculture and Biotechnology.2(3):1139-1142
2588

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Akomka Andrew John, AminuNasiru, AyubaDauda and Rose YakubuNenrotmwa. (2017). Effect of Graded Levels of Browse Forage (Balanitesaegyptiaca) Leaves Inclusion in the Diets of Growing Rabbits. Online Journal of Animal and Feed Research.7(2):38-42
2589

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Ebegbulem, Victoria N., and AyubaDauda (2017). Phenotypic correlations and regression among some external and internal egg quality parameters of Nigerian Guinea fowl (Numidameleagris) Genotypes. Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research. 4(5): 220-229
2590

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

AyubaDauda, Sinodo Saul and YerimaShettimaKolo. (2017). Biocomputational Analysis of Chlamydia abortus Protein Sequence. International Journal of Research, 4(7): 892-900
2591

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Dauda, A., Abbaya, H. Y.,Abare, E. A. and James, A. K. (2017). Insilico analysis of mycobacterium caprae protein sequence. Journal of Animal Production Research. 29 (1): 128-135
2592

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Dauda, A., Duwa, H. and Ebegbulem, V. N. (2017). Computational algorithm to assess the functionality of non-synonymous substitution and genetic relationship of DRA II gene of cattle, goat and sheep. Global Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics. 5(4): 389-394
2593

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Dauda, A., Abbaya, H. Y., Shettima, S. M., Sinodo, S., Adekoya, A. A., Asiyama, S. and Malgwi, I. H. (2017). Computational Algorithm to Assess Genetic Relationship and Functional Analysis of Non-Synonymous Substitution of HSP 70 Gene of Cattle, Sheep and Goat. Journal of Dairy, Veterinary and Animal Research 5(6): 00164
2594

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Ayuba Dauda, Abdulmojeed Yakubu, IheNdu Dim, Deeve Sebastian Gwaza. (2017).Proteins Sequence Analysis of Contagious CaprinePleuropneumonia. Biotechnology in Animal Husbandry 33 (3):261-374
2595

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Dauda, A., Abbaya, H. Y., Duwa, H., Yaska, J. A. and Egahi, J.O. (2017). Sequence Length Variation and Transmembrane Analysis of Mycobacterium bovis (MBB) and Mycobacterium caprae (MBC) Proteins. NigerianJournal of Scientific Research, 16(2):177-179
2596

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Okon, B., Ibom, L. A., Dauda, A., Bassey, A. E., Awodiram, M. O. and Etukudo, M. O. (2017). Chromosome number, evolutionary relationship and divergence among three breeds of giant African land snails in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production, 44(4):1-10.
2597

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Ebegbulem V. N., Dauda A. and Udoudo M. J. (2017). Growth Performance and Carcass Characteristics of Weaned Rabbit Fed AlchorneaCordieolia Leal Meal. Academic Journal of Life Science, 3(12): 94-97
2598

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Dauda, A., Gwaza, D. S. and Dim, N. I. (2018). Analysis of Thyroglobulin Gene in Some Ruminants. Journal of Genetics and Genetic Engineering, 2(1): 17 – 23
2599

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Dauda, A. and Duwa, H. (2018). Evaluation of Functional Coding of Non-Synonymous (Nssnp) and Genetic Relationship of Alpha Casein S1 Gene in Some Selected Ruminants. Journal of Biotechnology Research, 4(2): 4-8.
2600

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Okon, B., Ibom, L. A., Dauda, A., Bassey, A. E., Idiong, N. B. and Onwuka, P. O. (2018). Influences of breeds and number of whorls on phenotypic traits and correlations among giant African land snails in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production, 44(2):1-15.
2601

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Ibom, L. A., Okon, B., Dauda, A. and Patani, I. (2018). Variation in reproductive and egg traits correlation estimate of two strains of Archachatinamarginata snails (var. ovum and var. saturalis) and crosses. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production, 44(1): 26-36
2602

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Dauda, A., Saul, S., Yaska, J. A and Malgwi, I. H. (2018). Analysis of insulin growth factor (IGF-1) gene in some selected monogastrics: An Insilico approach. International Journal of Molecular BiologyOpen Access, 3(3):69-73
2603

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Gwaza, D. S., Dauda, A. and Dim, I. N. (2018). Bioinformatics Protein Sequence Analysis of Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia. Journal of Genetics and Genetic Engineering, 2(1): 36-42
2604

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Dauda, A., Okon, B., Ibom, L. A. and Abbaya, H. Y. (2018). Phenotypic Characterization of Balami Breed of Sheep in Maiduguri, North-Eastern Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Animal Science, 20(2): 26-32
2605

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Essien, E. E. (2007) Bandura’s Social Learning Theory and its Applicability in Social Studies Education. West Africa Journal of Educational Research.10 (1and2) 41-45.
2606

Mr. Ayuba Dauda

Dauda, A., Abbaya, H. Y., Shettima, S. M. and Saul, S. (2018). Phenotypic Differentiation of Koroji Sheep in Maiduguri. Nigerian Journal of Animal Science, 20 (2): 33-41
2607

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Akpan, O. E, Essien, E. E. and Obot, M. M. I. (2008) Teacher’s Level of Mastery of Subject Matter and Students Academic Achievement in Social Studies in Cross River State, Nigeria. West Africa Journal of Educational Research II (1and2) 1-6
2608

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Otu B. D., Essien, E. E., and Obot, M. I. (2008). Child Abuse and Academic Performance of Secondary School Students in Cross River State, Nigeria. West Africa Journal of Educational Research II (1and2)11-17
2609

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Otu, B. D., Essien, E. E. and Obot, M..I. (2009). Influence of Parental Social-Economic Status and Examination Malpractice among undergraduates in tertiary institutions in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Research Journal of Graduate School, University of Calabar. 1 (3) 60-69.
2610

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Obot, M. I., Essien, E. E. and Akpan, O. E. (2009). Pragmatism as an Effective Philosophical Basis for Social Studies Curriculum in the Nigeria Education System: Formulation and Implementation. International Journal of Research in Education. 6 (1and2) 21-27.
2611

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Obot, I M., Essien, E. E. and Eddie, D. E. (2010) Effects of oil spillage on fishing activities in Akwa Ibom State. International Journal of Environmental Issues. 7 (2) 276-282.
2612

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Obot, I. M., Essien, E. E. and Otu, B. D. (2010) Implication of oil spillage on Environment for crop farming activities in Akwa Ibom State. International Journal of Environmental Issues. 7(1) 215-222.
2613

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Obot, I. M., Essien, E. E. and Akpan, I. M. (2012) Truth as a value: The need to Include it effectively in Nigerian Junior Secondary Social Studies Curriculum. International Journal of Research in Education. Special edition,. 195-201.
2614

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Akpan, I. M.,Obot, I. M., Essien, E. E. and Akpan, O. E. (2012) Application of information and communication technology (ICT) in the Teaching and Learning of Social Studies in Secondary Schools in Akwa Ibom State. Journal of social Studies Association of Nigeria. 15 (1), 209-226.
2615

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Akpan, I. M., Obot, I. M., Udoh, N. S. E. and Essien, E. E. (2012) JSS III Social Studies Curriculum and national integration in Nigeria. International Journal of Research and Advancement in Educational Methods 9 (1) 133-139.
2616

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Akpan, O. E., Umoh, A. and Essien, E. E. (2013) Teaching methods: A key to improved academic performance of students in Social Studies Examinations. Rivers Journal of Social Studies. 8 (7) 195-205.
2617

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Akpan, O. E., Ntino, S. O. and Essien, E. E. (2013) Financial incentives and enterprise In Calabar Metropolis. Journal of Reflective thinking 1 (1), 128-139
2618

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Essien, E. E., Obot I. M., Udoh, L. A. and Akpan, I. M. (2014) Student’s Attitude towards Social Studies and academic achievement in tertiary institutions in Cross River State, Nigeria. Social Horizon A Journal of the Department of Social Studies 12 (5), 1-12.
2619

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Essien, E. E., Essien, C. K. and Akpan, O. E. (2015) Self-concept and students’ academic achievement in social studies in college of Education in Cross River State, Nigeria. Social perspectives. Nigerian South-East Journal of social studies and civic education. 10 (5), 101-107.
2620

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Essien, E. E., Odey, C. O. and Gimba, J. (2016) implementing fundamental human right through the instrumentality of Social Studies Education in Nigeria. Social Insight. A Journal of the Association for the promotion of Social Education in Nigeria. 15 (8) 62-68.
2621

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Essien, E. E., Adie, B. A. and Tandu, M. A. (2016) Repositioning social studies Education towards peace and conflict Resolution in Nigeria. Social insight A journal of the Association for the Promotion of social Education in Nigeria. 15 (8) 148-153.
2622

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Essien, E.E., Gimba, J. and Gimba, M. (2016) Peace education: A catalyst for insecurity problems in Nigeria. Social Forum: A Journal of the National Association of Social Educators 12(9) 47-56.
2623

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Essien, E. E., Akpan, I. M. and Essien C. K. (2016) Availability and usability of internet services on students’ performance in social studies in Essien Udim Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State: Implication for Environmental Adult Education. Social trends. Journal of the National Association of Social Educators. 19 (10), 31-37
2624

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Gimba, J., Essien, E. E. (2016) Causes of Violence in the society and the impact onsustainable development. Nigerian Journal of Social Review 7 (7), 174-185
2625

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Essien, E. E., Gimba, J. and Ekpoto, E. A. (2017) SDGS: primacy for promoting peaceful and inclusive society for sustainable development in Nigeria. Education for Today 13 (2), 86-92
2626

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Ekpo, K., Akpan O. E., Essien, E. E. and Obot, I. M. (2009) Classroom Climate and Students’ Achievement in Social Studies in Cross River State, Nigeria, African Research Review. An international multi-disciplinary journal. Ethiopia 3(4), 413-428.
2627

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Essien, C. K., Otu, B. D., Essien, E. E. and Obot, I. M. M. (2010). Factors influencing cheating tendency in examinations among undergraduate students of the University of Calabar, Nigeria. Annals of Modenr Education. 2 (1), 121-131.
2628

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Solomon Enimu, Bassey JI and Eyo EO (2018); Determinants of Borrowing Capacity of Small Holder Farmers in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Business and Financial Affairs, vol. 7, issue 1(311).
2629

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Obot, I. M. and Essien, E. E. (2011) Nyerere’s Socialism as a model for social studies Education towards self development in Nigeria. Journal of complementary reflection: Studies in Asouzu Cape Coast, Ghana. 1 (1), 202-205.
2630

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Umoren, Aniefiok A. ,Eyo, Emmanuel O, and Akpan Sunday B;(2018); Investigating the nexus between nonperforming loans in the Nigerian Banking system and lending to micro small medium enterprises. International Journal of Contemporary Research and Review, vol 9, issue 6 pp 20778 – 20791.
2631

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Obot, I. M., Obi, F. B., Essien, E. E., Uko,P. J. and Akpan, I. M. (2012). Teachers Professional Commitment and Students’ Interest in Social Studies Education in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria 47(30), 136-138.
2632

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Akpan, O.E, Ekpe, M. D and Essien, E.E. (2014) Teacher’s effectiveness and Students Academic achievement in Cross River State. Approaches in international Journal of Research Development. 8(1), 362-377.
2633

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Obot, I. M., Essien, E. E., Akpan, I. M. (2014) Teachers’ Motivational Skills as a Strategy for Enhancing Effectiveness in Methods of Teaching Social Studies Education Towards National Development in Nigeria. British Journal of Education 2(1), 31-38
2634

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Essien, E. E., Akpan, O. E and Obot, I. M. (2015) Student Interest in Social Studies and academic achievement in tertiary institutions in Cross River State, Nigeria. European Journal of Training and Development Studies 2 (2), 35-40.
2635

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Essien, E. E., Essien, C. K. and Obot, I. M. (2016) Cultural inhibition and students’ academic achievement in Social Studies in Cross River State, Nigeria. Research on Humanities and social sciences 6(15), 19-23
2636

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Essien, E. E., Okon, E. A. and Obot, I. M. (2016) The influence of in-service training, seminars and workshops attendance by social studies teachers on academic performance of students in Junior secondary schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Education and practice 7(22), 31-35
2637

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Akpan, O. E. and Essien, E. E. (2016) Teachers communication skills and students academic achievement in social studies in Cross River State. Contemporary journal of inter-disciplinary studies 6(5), 221-230.
2638

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Essien, E. E. and Gimba, J. (2017) Teachers’ Level Of Job Satisfaction And Academic Performance of Students In Social Studies In Federal College Of Education Yola, Adamawa State and COE Jalingo Taraba State, Nigeria. Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research 3 (10), 532-535.
2639

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Essien, E. E. and Gimba, J. (2017) Teachers’ Level Of Job Satisfaction And Academic Performance of Students In Social Studies In Federal College Of Education Yola, Adamawa State and COE Jalingo Taraba State, Nigeria. Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research 3 (10), 532-535.
2640

Dr. Essien Ekpenyong Essien

Essien, E. E., Enu, D. B. and Gimba, J. (2017) Achievement motivation towards social studies on students’ academic achievement in tertiary institutions in Cross River State, Nigeria. International journal of education learning and development 5 (5), 45-50.
2641

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. and Dike, M. C. (2007). Plant Protection Strategies for Commercial Farms in Nigeria: The Need for Effective Legislation, Monitoring and Enforcement of Chemical Standards in Nigeria. Proceedings of the National Conference on Prospects and Problems of Agricultural Development in the Northern States of Nigeria, Institute for Development Research, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
2642

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. (2007). Chemical control of storage insect pest pests in commercial farms in Nigeria: Past, Present and Future. Proceedings of the National Conference on Prospects and Problems of Agricultural Development in the Northern States of Nigeria, Institute for Development Research (IDR) Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
2643

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Dike, M. C., A. M. Oparaeke, E. A. Egwurube, M. D. Alegbejo and C. I. Amatobi. (2001). Biosystematics Capacity and Interests of the Institute for Agricultural Research, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. Proceedings of First National Biosystematics Workshop held in I.A.R./A.B.U Zaria (Eds. M. C. Dike and M. D. Alegbejo). WAFRINET-Nigeria Publishers, p. 16 – 21.
2644

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M., M. C. Dike and Amatobi, C. I. (2000). Insecticidal potential of extracts of garlic, Allium sativum L. bulb and African nutmeg, Monodora myristica (Gaertn) Dunal seed for insect pests control on cowpea. Entomological Society of Nigeria Occasional Publication (Eds. M. C. Dike, O. Ajayi, S. O. Okunade, N. O. Okoronkwo and Abdul-Aziz, Abba) 32: 169 – 174.
2645

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M., M. C. Dike and I. Onu. (1998). Evaluation of seed and leaf powders of neem, Azadirachta indica (A. Juss) and pirimiphos methyl for control of Callosobruchus maculatus F.in stored cowpea seeds. Entomological Society of Nigeria Occasional Publication (Eds. N. E. S. Lale, N. B. Molta, P. O. Donli, M. C. Dike and M. Aminu-Kano) 31: 237 – 242.
2646

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Nwagwu, F.A., Osai, E.O., Oparaeke, A.M. and Udo, N.M. (2017). Weed suppression and performance of maize (Zea mays L.) under different mulch duration in Calabar, Nigeria.
2647

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Anugwom, U. D., Bamaiyi, L.J., Magaji, B.T., Oparaeke, A.M. and Arowora, K.A. (2017). Effect of different colours of light source on probe trap catch of cowpea beetle infesting stored cowpea. International Journal of Biological Sciences and Applications 4(6): 87 – 94.
2648

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Usman, M.S., Bamaiyi, L.J,. Oparaeke, A.M., Dike, M.C. and Adamu, R.S. (2016). Effect of Sitophilus zaemai Motsch (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) on Tryptophan content of stored quality protein maize varieties. Nigerian Journal of Entomology 32: 17 – 28.
2649

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Usman, M.S., Bamaiyi, L.J., Oparaeke, A.M., Dike, M.C. and Bawa, L.Y. (2015). Susceptibility of stored quality protein maize varieties to Sitophilus zeamais Motsch. (Coleoptera: Curculionidae): Assessment of hardness and protein contents. FUTA Journal of Research in Sciences 1: 171 – 179.
2650

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Jonah, E.J., Bamaiyi, L.J. and Oparaeke, A.M. (2015). Efficacy of Canarium schweinfurthii (Engl.) products for the control of Callosobruchus maculatus F. (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) on stored Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. NSUK Journal of Science and Technology 5(2): 60 – 64.
2651

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Ojiako, F.O., Oparaeke-Amadi, A.M., Echerobia, C.O. and Ogbueghu, K.O. (2013). Insect pests of Fluted Pumpkin (Telfairia occidentalis Hook. F.) and their control with neem seed extracts in Owerri West Area of Imo State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Entomology 30: 150 – 159.
2652

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Magaji, B.T., Oparaeke, A.M. and Kwanashie, A.J. (2012). Problems and Challenges of different drying methods for agricultural produce in Nigeria. Asian Journal of Experimental Biology and Sciences 3(2): 272 – 277.
2653

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Ojiako, F.O.. Oparaeke, A.M., Adindu, O.C. and Ahuchaogu, C.E. (2012). Attractancy of maize solvent extracts to Sitophilus zeamais Motsch. (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development 15 (3): 1329 – 1334, Publishers SAAT-FUTO.
2654

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Bawa, L.Y., Oparaeke, A.M. and Ainika, J.N. (2012). Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) Pest Control Methods in Storage and Recommended Practices for Efficiency: A review. Journal of Biology Agriculture and Healthcare 2 (2): 27 - 33
2655

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Bawa, L.Y., Oparaeke, A.M., Bamaiyi, L.J. and Ainika, J.N. (2012). Evaluation of Vernonia amygdelina for the control of Tribolium confusum on stored pearl millet. World Journal of Engineering and Pure and Applied Sciences 2 (2): 69 – 73.
2656

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M., Ofor, M. O. and Ibeawuchi, I. I. (2010). Global food crisis and its implications in Nigeria. Journal of American Sciences 6 (5): 77 – 79, Marsland Press, USA.
2657

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Ofor, M. O., Oparaeke, A. M. and Ibeawuchi, I. I. (2009). Indigenous Knowledge Systems for storage of yams in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects. Researcher. pp. 51 – 56 (2010 Edition).
2658

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Ofor, M. O., Ibeawuchi, I. I. and Oparaeke, A. M. (2009). Crop Protection Problems in the production of Maize and Guinea corn in the Northern Guinea Savanna of Nigeria and control measures. Nature and Science, pp. 8 – 14 (2009 Edition).
2659

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M., Dike M. C. and Amatobi C. I. (2007). The potential for controlling Megalurothrips sjostedti Tryb. (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) on cowpea, Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp using extracts of cashew, Anacardium occidentale L. products. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection, 40 (4): 252 - 256. Taylor and Francis, Oxfordshire, UK.
2660

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M., Dike, M. C. and Amatobi, C. I. (2007). Control of cultivated cowpea pests with mixtures of extracts from Piper guineense and other plants. Journal of Herbs, Spices and Medicinal Plants (USA). 13 (1): 93 - 102.
2661

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. (2007). Synergistic activity of plant extract mixtures against Maruca vitrata F. and Clavigralla tomentosicollis Stal on cowpea plants. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection, Germany, 40 (4): 257 - 263.
2662

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M., Dike M. C. and Amatobi C. I. (2007). Effect of application of different concentrations and appropriate schedules of aqueous garlic bulb extracts against Maruca vitrata F. and Clavigralla tomentosicollis Stal on cowpea. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection, Germany, 40 (4): 246 – 251.
2663

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M., Dike M. C. and Amatobi C. I. (2007). The potential for controlling Megalurothrips sjostedti Tryb. (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) on cowpea, Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp using extracts of cashew, Anacardium occidentale L. products. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection, Germany, 40 (4): 252 - 256.
2664

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1988) Inventory of littoral processes and retrogression on a microtidal beach during a storm season. Journal of African Earth Sciences, 7, 545-551.
2665

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M., Dike M. C. and Amatobi C. I. (2007). Effect of crude extract mixtures of different plant species for the control of Megalurothrips sjostedti Tryb. and pod setting of cowpea plants. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection, Germany, 40 (3): 201 - 206.
2666

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. (2007). Control of legume pod borer, Maruca vitrata Fab. and coreid bug, Clavigralla tomentosicollis Stal. on cowpea, Vigna unguiculata using different concentrations and spraying regimes of aqueous neem, Azadirachta indica (A. Juss) seed extracts. Acta Phytopathologica et Entomologica Hungarica 42 (1): 152 - 159.
2667

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. and Bunmi, J. O. (2006). Bioactivity of two powdered spices [Piper guineense Thonn and Schum and Xylopia aethiopica (Dunal) A. Richard] as home made insecticides against Callosobruchus subinnotatus (Pic.) on stored Bambarra groundnut. Agricultura Tropica et SubTropica 39 (2): 133 – 136. Czechs Republic.
2668

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. (2006). The sensitivity of flower bud thrips, Megalurothrips sjostedti Trybom (Thysanoptera: Thripidae), on cowpea to three concentrations and spraying schedules of Piper guineense Schum and Thonn extracts. Journal of Plant Protection Science, Prague, Czech Republic 42 (3): 106 – 111.
2669

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. (1987b) Preliminary observations on formation and characteristics of beach cusps on tidally- and morphodynamically-distinct beaches on the Nigerian coast. Marine Geology, 78, 23-33.
2670

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. Dike, M. C. and Amatobi, C. I. (2006). Field activity of three mixtures levels of plant extract formulations for the management of post flowering insect pests of cowpea, Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp – 1. The flower thrips, Megalurothrips sjostedti Tryb. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture (USA) 28 (4) 45 – 54.
2671

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1987a) A geomorphic model of beach changes in Nigeria. In: Kraus, N. C. (Ed.) Proceedings Specialty Conference on Coastal Sediments, Louisiana. American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, 1793-1808.
2672

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M., Dike, M. C. and Amatobi, C. I. (2006). Botanical pesticide mixtures for insect pests management on cowpea, Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp plant – 1. The legume flower bud thrips, Megalurothrips sjostedti (Thysanoptera: Thripidae). Journal of Sustainable Agriculture (USA), 29 (1): 5 – 13.
2673

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Enyenihi, U. K. and Antia, E. E. (1986) Tar balls as indicator of crude petroleum pollution of the beaches of Cross State, Nigeria. IOC (UNESCO) Workshop report 41, annex 9, 1-8.
2674

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. and Kuhiep, G. C. (2006). Toxicity of powders from indigenous plants against Sitophilus zeamais Motsch on stored maize. Journal of Entomology 3 (3): 216 – 221. (Academic Journals Inc, New York, U.S.A.).
2675

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. (2004). Field activity of different rates and application schedules of neem, Azadirachta indica (A. Juss) seed extracts against Megalurothrips sjostedti Tryb. on cowpea, Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp. Journal of Agriculture and Environment for International Development 98 (3 and 4): 223 – 233 (Italy).
2676

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. (2006). Pesticidal activity of three rates and spraying frequencies of extracts of Xylopia aethiopica (Dunal) A. Rich for reducing thrips, Megalurothrips sjostedti Tryb. infestation on cowpea flowers. Journal of Plant Sciences, 1 (2): 119 – 125 (Academic Journals Inc, New York, U.S.A.).
2677

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. (2006). Biopotential of different rates and application schedules of Xylopia aethiopica (Dunal) A. Rich extracts for the control of Maruca vitrata and Clavigralla tomentosicollis Stal on cowpea. Journal of Plant Sciences, 1 (2): 126 – 131 (Academic Journals Inc, New York, U.S.A.).
2678

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. and Nyong E. E. (1986) Beach cusps, beach states and erosional susceptibility of Nigerian beaches. First National Conference on Oceanography in Nigeria, Calabar, Nigeria
2679

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. (2006). Effect of aqueous extracts of tropical plants for management of Maruca vitrata Fab. and Clavigralla tomentosicollis Stal on cowpea, Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp plants. Journal of Entomology 3 (1): 70 – 75 (Academic Journals Inc. New York, U.S.A).
2680

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Nyong, E. E. and Antia, E. E. (1986) Applicability of a sediment texture model to beach dynamics on dissipative beaches east of the Niger Delta. Proceedings National Seminar on Flooding and Erosion along the Nigerian Coastline, University of Lagos, Nigeria
2681

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. (2006). The potential for controlling Maruca vitrata Fab. and Clavigralla tomentosicollis Stal using different concentrations and spraying schedules of Syzigium aromaticum extracts on cowpea plants. Journal of Plant Sciences, 1 (2): 132 – 137 (Academic Journals Inc, New York, U.S.A.).
2682

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. (2006). Bioefficacy of plant extract mixtures for the protection of cowpea flowers against Megalurothrips sjostedti Tryb. (Thysanoptera: Thripidae). Journal of Plant Sciences, 1 (1): 1 – 7 (Academic Journals Inc, New York, U.S.A).
2683

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. (2006). Bioactivity of aqueous extract mixtures of Nigerian plants for controlling the pod borer, Maruca vitrata Fab and pod sucking bug, Clavigralla tomentosicollis on cowpea, Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp. Journal of Plant Sciences 1 (1): 49 – 55 (Academic Journals Inc, N.Y., USA).
2684

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. Dike, M. C. and Amatobi, C. I. (2006). Insecticidal efficacy of SABRUKA formulations as protectants of cowpea, Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp against post flowering insect pests. Journal of Entomology, 3 (2): 130 – 135 (Academic Journals Inc, USA)
2685

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M., Dike, M. C. and Amatobi, C. I. (2006). Toxicity of crude extracts of Nigerian spices to post-flowering insect pests of cowpea – 1. The flower bud thrips, Megalurothrips sjostedti Trybom. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection, Germany 39 (3): 231 - 237.
2686

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. and Bunmi, O. J. (2006). Insecticidal potential of cashew, Anacardium occidentale L. for the control of the beetle, Callosobruchus subinnotatus (Pic.) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) on bambarra groundnut, Voandzeia subterranea (L.) Verde. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection, Germany 39 (4): 247 – 251.
2687

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. (2006). Field screening of nine plant extracts for the control of post flowering insect pests of cowpea, Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection, Germany 39 (3): 225 - 230.
2688

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. (2005). Studies on insecticidal potential of extracts of Gmelina arborea L.products for insect pests control on cowpea – 1. The legume flower thrips, Megalurothrips sjostedti Tryb. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection, Germany 39 (3): 209 - 214.
2689

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M., Dike, M. C. and Amatobi, C. I. (2005). Botanical pesticide mixtures for insect pest management on cowpea, Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp plants – 2. The pod borer, Maruca vitrata Fab. (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) and pod sucking bug, Clavigralla tomentosicollis Stal (Heteroptera: Coreidae). Agricultura Tropica et Subtropica, 38 (2): 33 – 37 (Czech Republic).
2690

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. and Daria, V. S. (2005). Toxicity of herbal powders to Callosobruchus maculatus Fab on stored cowpea grains. Nigerian Journal of Entomology, 22: 76 – 83.
2691

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M., Dike, M. C. and Amatobi, C. I. (2005). Evaluation of botanical extract mixtures for insect pests management on cowpea plants. Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development in the Tropics and Subtropics. 106 (1): 41 – 48, Kassel University Press, Seiten, Germany.
2692

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M., Dike, M. C. and Amatobi, C. I. (2005). Field evaluation of five Nigerian spice for control of post-flowering insect pests of cowpea, Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp. Plant Protection Science 41 (1): 14 – 20. (Czech Republic).
2693

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. 2005. Studies on insecticidal potential of extracts of Gmelina arborea products for control of field pests of cowpea, Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp – 2. The pod borer, Maruca vitrata and the coreid bug, Clavigralla tomentosicollis. Journal of Plant Protection Research 45 (1): 1 – 7. (Poland).
2694

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. and Dike, M. C. (2005). Monodora myristica (Gaertn) Dunal (Myristicaceae) and Allium cepa L. (Liliaceae) as protectants against bruchid infesting stored cowpea grains. Nigerian Journal of Entomology, 22: 84 – 92.
2695

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Ogunlana, M. O., Oparaeke, A. M. and Alegbejo, M. D. (2003). Screening of plant materials against flea beetles (Podagrica spp.) on okra (Hibiscus esculentus). The Plant Scientist (Nigeria) 3: 55 – 62.
2696

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Dike, M. C., Oparaeke, A. M. and Muhammadu, N. J. (2003). Integrated management of major insect pests of cowpea at Samaru, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Plant Protection 20: 87 – 92.
2697

Mrs. Glory Eteng Bassey

Bassey, G. E., Nkpoyen, F. and Abul, F. U. (2014) Social Capital and enhanced Rural Community Livelihoods in Oron and Eket Local Government Areas of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Scottish Journal of Arts, Social Sciences and Scientific Studies. 22 (1), 4-16.
2698

Mrs. Glory Eteng Bassey

Nkpoyen, F., Bassey, G. E and Abul, F. U. (2014) Health Capital and poverty Reduction in Rural Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Education and Research. 2 (5), 357-372.
2699

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M., M. C. Dike and C. I. Amatobi (2003). First Report of Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera: Yponomeutidae) as a pest of stored cashew nut in Samaru, Zaria. Nigerian Journal of Entomology 20: 89 – 92.
2700

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M., M. C. Dike and C. I. Amatobi (2003). Cowdung: A home produced insecticide against post-flowering insect pests of cowpea. Samaru Journal of Agricultural Research 19: 121 – 125.
2701

Mrs. Glory Eteng Bassey

Ering, S. O., Bassey, G. E. and Odike, L. E. (2013) The Niger Delta Crisis in Nigeria: Pre and Post Amnesty Situation. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences. 4 (6), 421-427
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Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M. and Y. E. Amodu (2003). The insecticidal efficacy of cashew products against Callosobruchus maculatus F. on stored cowpea. Samaru Journal of Agricultural Research 19: 135 – 140.
2703

Mrs. Glory Eteng Bassey

Nkpoyen,F. Bassey,G. E. and Abul, F.U. (2015). Strategic Options for Agricultural and Rural development Challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa: the Case of Nigeria. Global Journal of Human Social Sciences. 15 (3), 31-37.
2704

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Nyong, E. E. and Antia, E. E. (1985) A predictive model of vulnerability of Nigeria’s coastal region to oil spill. Proceedings International Seminar on the petroleum Industry and the Nigerian Environment, Kaduna, 117-122.
2705

Mrs. Glory Eteng Bassey

Nkpoyen, F. and Bassey,G. E. (2018). Climate Change and Livelihood Resource Security in Cross River State, Nigeria, Researchjournali’s- Journal of Sociology. 6 (4), 1-14.
2706

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Antia, E. E. (1985) Essence of sediment budget as a planning criterion in shoreline stability. Nigerian Engineer, 20, 51-61.
2707

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Ibe, A. C. and Antia, E. E. (1983) A preliminary assessment of the impact of erosion along the Nigerian shoreline. Technical Paper no. 13. Nigerian Institute for Oceanography and Marine Research, 17 p.
2708

Mrs. Glory Eteng Bassey

Nkpoyen, F. and Bassey, G.E. (2017) Civic Engagement and older adults support for Community-driven Development: A study of Oron and Udung Uko Local Government Areas in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. IJRDO- Journal of Social Science and Humanities Research. 2 (5), 88-103
2709

Mrs. Glory Eteng Bassey

Abul,F.U.,Nkpoyen, F. and Bassey,G.E. (2016) Socio-Economic status of Youth and involvement in criminal activities in Calabar Metropolis of Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education. 3 (1), 79-83
2710

Mrs. Glory Eteng Bassey

Nwagbara.N. E., Undelikwo, V. A., and Bassey, G. E. (2015) Entrepreneurship Development in Nigerian Universities: A theoretical Approach (3rd ed) Entrepreneurship Development Centre, University of Calabar, Nigeria, 166-183.
2711

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Ibe, A. C. and Antia, E. E. (1983) Preliminary study of impact of erosion along the Nigerian coastline. Proceedings First International Conference on Flooding, Desertification and Erosion in Africa. Port Harcourt, May 2-6.
2712

Prof. Effiom Edem Antia

Ibe, A. C., Antia, E. E. and Lambert-Aikhionbare (1983) Offshore Nigeria as a source of raw minerals for the steel industry. First National Conference on Steel, Ovwian-Aladja, Bendel State.
2713

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M., Dike, M. C. and Onu, I. (2002). Control of Callosobruchus maculatus F. on stored cowpea with African curry, Ocimum gratissimum L. and African bush tea, Hyptis suaveolense Poit leaf powders. Nigerian Journal of Entomology 19: 99 – 108.
2714

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A. M., M. C. Dike, C. I. Amatobi and W. Hammond. (2001). Preliminary study on clove, Syzigium aromaticum (Gaertn) Dunal (formerly Eugenia caryophyllata Thunb) (Myrtaceae) as a source of insecticide. Nigerian Journal of Agricultural Extension 13 (2): 178 – 181.
2715

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Dike, M. C., A. M. Oparaeke and C. C. Chinaka (1998). Evaluation of the efficiency of three bagging methods in the control of Callosobruchus maculatus F. in stored cowpea. Nigerian Journal of Agricultural Extension 11(1 and 2): 110 – 116.
2716

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Dike, M. C. and A. M. Oparaeke (1997). The management of insect pests of Sesame in the Nigerian savanna. Nigerian Journal of Agricultural Extension 9 (1 and 2): 40 – 45.
2717

Prof. Alphonsus Mbonu Oparaeke

Oparaeke, A.M. and M.C. Dike (1996). Comparison of garlic and lemon grass products in the control of Callosobruchus maculatus Fab. (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) on stored cowpea grains Nigerian Journal of Entomology, 13: 73 – 80.
2718

Dr. DUKE, OTU OFFIONG

Etim, E. E., Duke, O. O., and Odey, J. (Jr). (2017). The Implications of Food Insecurity, Poverty and Hunger on Nigeria’s National Security. Asian Research Journal of Arts and Social Sciences,4(2).
2719

Dr. DUKE, OTU OFFIONG

Etim, E. E., Odey, J. (Jr), and Duke, O. O. (2017). International Politics of Oil Monomania and Food Security: The Nigerian Case. Asian Research Journal of Arts and Social Sciences.3(4).
2720

Dr. DUKE, OTU OFFIONG

Duke, O. O. and Dickson D. A (2017). The Pursuit of Good Governance and the Anti-Financial Corruption Blitz in Nigeria; A study of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). Asian Research Journal of Arts and Social Sciences, 2(4).
2721

Dr. DUKE, OTU OFFIONG

Duke, O. O., Agbaji, D. D. and Bassey, O. (2017). Corruption and the challenges of Boko Haram Terrorism in Nigeria; A Case of the Nigerian Armed Forces. Asian Journal of Arts and Social Sciences,4(2).
2722

Dr. DUKE, OTU OFFIONG

Duke, O. O., Odey J. (Jr), and Etim, E. E. (2017). The Role of State in Curbing Ethnic and Religious Crises in Nigeria as a Federation. International Journal of Advanced Research in Public Policy, Social Development and Enterprise Studies. 2(1)
2723

Dr. DUKE, OTU OFFIONG

Duke O. O., Dickson, D. A. and Etim, E. E. (2016).The Upsurging Waves of Islamic Fundamentalism and the Case for Nigeria’s Development: Institution, Structural Processes and System.International Journal of Innovative Research and Development.5(13).
2724

Mrs. EKON ESTHER ETOP

Mandor, A.K. and Nwosu, A.A. (2005). Effects of a constructivist-based instructional model on acquisition of science process skills among junior secondary school students. Review of Education: Institute of Education Journal. University of Nigeria, Nsukka,16(2),125-131
2725

Dr. DUKE, OTU OFFIONG

Chris, I. N and Duke, O. O. (2015). The Implication of the 2011 General Elections on Democracy and Good Governance in Nigeria: Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal,2(7).
2726

Dr. DUKE, OTU OFFIONG

Enor, F. N and Duke, O. O. (2013). Local Government Creation in Nigeria and its Implications for Inter-groups Relations; The Case of AgbokimMgbabo in Ikom Urban II,Cross River State,7(22).
2727

Dr. DUKE, OTU OFFIONG

Nwagboso, C. I. and Duke, O. O. (2012).Nigeria and the challenges of leadership in the 21st century: A critique.International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences,2(13).
2728

Mr. Henry Peters

Christine, I., Peters, H., and Orim, A. O. (2014). Comparative evaluation of the nutritional, phytochemical and microbiological quality of three pepper varieties. Journal of Food and Nutrition Sciences, 2(3):74-80.
2729

Dr. DUKE, OTU OFFIONG

Nwagboso, C. I. and Duke, O. O. (2012).Rural development programme implementation in developing countries: The experience of China and India.Global Journal of Human Social Sciences,12(11).
2730

Mr. Henry Peters

Peters, H., and Ikpeme, C. (2014). Assessment of aflatoxins and enteropathogenic microorganism levels in milk samples vended in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Food and Nutrition Sciences, 2(3):81-86.
2731

Mr. Henry Peters

Peters, H., Mgbang, J. E., Essien, N. A.,Ikpeme, C. (2016). Nutritional Evaluation of Breadfruit (Artocarpusaltilis) and Beniseed (Sesame indicum) composite flour. American Journal of Food Science and Technology, 4(6):182-187.
2732

Mr. Henry Peters

Mgbang, J. E., Agiang, M. A., Essien, N. A., and Peters, H. (2016). Proximate and Phytochemical Composition of some lesser known Leafy Vegetables consumed in Northern Senatorial District of Cross River State, Nigeria. World Journal of Nutrition, 4(1):16-21.
2733

Mr. Henry Peters

Peters, H., Mgbang, J. E., Onyenweaku, E. O., and Ikpeme, C. E. (2017). Microbiolgical Assessment of some Cooked Ready-to-Eat Street Foods sold in Calabar and its Environs. Journal of Food Security, 5(3):100-106.
2734

Mr. Henry Peters

Agiang, M. A., Mgbang, J. E., Peters, H., and Akuirene, J. (2017). Mineral and Vitamin Composition of some lesser known Leafy Vegetables consumed in Northern Senatorial District of Cross River State, Nigeria. American Journal of Food and Nutrition, 5(2):51-57.
2735

Mr. Henry Peters

John, G. E., Lennox, J. A., Johnson, J. T., Peters, H., and Umoafia, G. E. (2017). Salmonella and Listeria associated with street vended Watermelon and Pawpaw sold in Calabar Metropolis. Journal of Advances in Microbiology, 5(4):1-6.
2736

Mr. Henry Peters

Josiah, A. L., Effiuvwevwere, B. J. O., John, G. E., Peters, H., and Asanye, M. (2018). Staphylococcus aureus Profile of some Selected Processed Foods. Asian Food Science Journal, 1(3):1-5.
2737

Mr. Henry Peters

Johnson, J. T., Ekpo, G. I., Gbashi, S and Peters, H. (2018). Evaluation of selected Physio-chemical Properties and Anti-Trypsin Activity of Fluted Pumpkin Telfariaoccidentalis Hooker (Curcurbitaceae: Curcurbitales) Seed and Seed Oil. Advanced Research Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 8(3):555738.
2738

Dr. Soter Ameh

Ezedinachi E, Odey F, Ameh S, Oduwole O, Esu E, Ejemot-Nwadiaro R, Ntadom G, Etokidem A, Udoh E, Asiegbu V, Ugot I. Asuquo P, Alaribe A, Charles J, Nwokolo E and Maremikwu M. Factors affecting the uptake of anti-malarial drugs by children in public health facilities in Cross River, Nigeria. The Open Epidemiology Journal, 2012, 5, 21-26
2739

Dr. Soter Ameh

Etokidem AJ, Ogaji DST, Nsan E, Ikpeme BM, Oyo-Ita AE, Ndifon WO and Ameh SS. Awareness of and attitude towards Clients’ Rights among Childhood Immunisation Service Providers in Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Community Medicine and Primary Health Care. 21 (2)
2740

Dr. Soter Ameh

Oyo-Ita, A.E., Etuk, S. J., Ikpeme, B. M., Ameh S. S., & Nsan, E. N. (2007). Patients’ perception of obstetric practice in Calabar, Nigeria. Niger J Clin Pract, 10(3), 224-228
2741

Dr. Soter Ameh

Duke R, Akinye A, Ameh S. Presenting visual acuity and ocular comorbidity in patients with primary open angle glaucoma in a private tertiary eye center in Nigeria. Journal of Current Glaucoma Practice, 2013;7(1):6-10.
2742

Dr. Soter Ameh

Duke R, Ameh S, Nwagbara E, Lewellen S, Courtright P. Challenges faced by key informants practicing case finding for vision loss in children: the experience in Cross River State, Nigeria. Int Health (2013) 5 (4): 259-265
2743

Dr. Soter Ameh

Otu A, Umoh V, Habib A, Ameh S, Lawson L, Ansa V. Drug Resistance among Pulmonary Tuberculosis Patients in Calabar, Nigeria. Pulmonary Medicine, vol. 2013, Article ID 235190, 6 pages, 2013. doi:10.1155/2013/235190
2744

Dr. Soter Ameh

Duke R, Ameh S, Nwagbara E, Lewellen S, Courtright P. Key informant perceptions of visual loss in children and implications for their training. Niger J Ophthalmol 2014;22:27-9.
2745

Dr. Soter Ameh

Ameh S, Gómez-Olivé FX, Kahn K, Tollman SM, Klipstein-Grobusch K. Predictors of health care use by adults 50 years and over in a rural South African setting.   Glob Health Action. 2014 Aug 1;7:24771. doi: 10.3402/gha.v7.24771. eCollection 2014.
2746

Dr. Soter Ameh

Innocent Osi Alenoghena, Essy Clementina Isah, Alphonsus Rukewe Isara, Soter Sunday Ameh, Vincent Yakubu Adam.  Uptake of Family Planning Services Among Women of Reproductive Age in Edo North Senatorial District, Edo State, Nigeria. Sub-Saharan African Journal of Medicine, 2015; 2(4).
2747

Dr. Soter Ameh

Ameh S, Welaga P, Kabiru CW, Ndifon W, Ikpeme B, Nsan E, Oyo-Ita A. Factors associated with appropriate home management of uncomplicated malaria in children in Kassena-Nankana district of Ghana and implications for community case management of childhood illness: a cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health. 2015 May 2;15:458. doi: 10.1186/s12889-015-1777-3.
2748

Dr. Soter Ameh

Mbang Kooffreh-Ada, Akaninyene Otu, Henry Okpara, Dorathy Okpokam, Zibril Okhormhe, Soter Ameh, Anele Ihekwaba. A Comparison of an Immunochromatographic Technique with Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay for the Detection of Hepatitis B Surface Antigen in Calabar. Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences. 2016; 15 (4): 58-62.
2749

Dr. Soter Ameh

Ameh S, Owoaje E, Oyo-Ita A, Kabiru CW, Akpet OE, Etokidem A, Enembe O, Ekpenyong N.  Barriers to and determinants of the use of intermittent preventive treatment of malaria in pregnancy in Cross River State, Nigeria: a cross-sectional study. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2016 May 4;16(1):99. doi: 10.1186/s12884-016-0883-2.
2750

Dr. Soter Ameh

Ameh S, Adeleye OA, Kabiru CW, Agan T, Duke R, Mkpanam N, Nwoha D.  Predictors of Poor Pregnancy Outcomes Among Antenatal Care Attendees in Primary Health Care Facilities in Cross River State, Nigeria: A Multilevel Model. Matern Child Health J. 2016 Aug;20(8):1662-72. doi: 10.1007/s10995-016-1965-5.
2751

Dr. Soter Ameh

Ameh S, Klipstein-Grobusch K, D'Ambruoso L, Kahn K, Tollman SM, Gómez-Olivé FX. Quality of integrated chronic disease care in rural South Africa: user and provider perspectives. Health Policy Plan. 2016 Sep. doi: 10.1093/heapol/czw118
2752

Dr. Soter Ameh

Ekott MI, Edet E, Ovwigho U, Ameh S, Udo A, Akinwunmi F and Babatunde F. Acceptability of focused antenatal care by antenatal clinic attendees in Obio Cottage Hospital, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Res J Women’s Health. 2017; 4:1. http://dx.doi.org/10.7243/2054-9865-4-1
2753

Dr. Soter Ameh

Okonkwo U, Ameh S, Out A, Okpara H. HIV-Related Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of Healthy Adults in Cross River State Nigeria: A Population Based-Survey. The Pan African Medical Journal. 2017;27:170. doi:10.11604/pamj.2017.27.170.12082.
2754

Dr. Soter Ameh

Okonkwo U, Okpara H, Otu A,  Ameh S, Ogarekpe Y, Osim H,  Inyama M. Prevalence of Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and Human immunodeficiency viruses and evaluation of risk factors for transmission-report of a population screening in Nigeria. S Afr Med J. 2017 Mar 29;107(4):346-351. doi: 10.7196/SAMJ.2017.v107i4.12198
2755

Dr. Soter Ameh

Ameh S, Gómez-Olivé FX, Kahn K, Tollman SM, Klipstein-Grobusch K. The Relationship between structure, process and outcome as a measure of the quality of care in the integrated chronic disease management model in a rural South African setting: a structural equation model. BMC Health Serv Res. 2017 Mar 23;17(1):229. doi: 10.1186/s12913-017-2177-4
2756

Dr. Soter Ameh

Williams UE, Oparah SK, Ameh S. Predictors of cognitive dysfunction among patients with moderate to severe chronic kidney disease. Recent Adv Biol Med. 2017; 3:18-23.
2757

Dr. Soter Ameh

Otu A, Ameh S, Osifo-Dawodu E, Alade E, Ekuri S, Idris J. An account of the Ebola Virus Disease in Nigeria: Implications and lessons learnt. BMC Public Health. 2017 Jul 10;18(1):3. doi: 10.1186/s12889-017-4535-x
2758

Dr. Soter Ameh

Ameh S, Klipstein-Grobusch K, Musenge E, Kahn K, Tollman SM, Gómez-Olivé FX. Effectiveness of an Integrated Approach to HIV and Hypertension Care in Rural South Africa: Controlled Interrupted Time-Series Analysis. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. 2017 Aug 1;75(4):472-479. doi: 10.1097/QAI.0000000000001437.
2759

Dr. Soter Ameh

Williams UE, Inyama M, Ameh S, Oparah SK, Okpa H. Neuropsychiatric Impairment among Patients with Sickle Cell Anemia. Recent Adv Biol Med. 2017; 3:95-102.
2760

Dr. Soter Ameh

Henshaw E, Ibekwe P, Adeyemi A, Ameh S, Ogedegbe E, Archibong J , Olasode O. Dermatologic Practice Review of Common Skin Diseases in Nigeria. Int J Health Sci Res. 2018; 8(1):235-248.
2761

Dr. Soter Ameh

Okonkwo U, Otu A, Ameh S, Okpara H. Public awareness of Hepatitis B Virus infection in Cross River State, Nigeria: a population-based survey. (In press, West African Journal of Medicine, 2018)
2762

Dr. Aniedi-Abasi Akpan markson

Umana, E. J., Udo, S. E. Markson, A. A., Madunagu, B. E. and Omokaro, D. N. (2009). Influence of age and pH on the activity of pectinases in Fusarium – induced Gmelina seedling rot. Nigerian Journal of Mycology, 2(1), 198-208.
2763

Dr. Aniedi-Abasi Akpan markson

Umana, E. J., Udo, S. E. Markson, A. A., Madunagu, B. E. and Omokaro, D. N. (2009). Influence of age and pH on the activity of pectinases in Fusarium – induced Gmelina seedling rot. Nigerian Journal of Mycology, 2(1), 198-208.
2764

Dr. Soter Ameh

Beatrice L. Matanje Mwagomba, Soter Ameh, Pido Bongomin, Pamela A. Juma, Rachel K. MacKenzie, Catherine Kyobutungi, Nomthandazo Lukhele, Kibachio Joseph Muiruri  Mwangi, Alemayehu Amberbir, Kerstin Klipstein-Grobusch, Francesc Xavier Gomez-Olive and Josh Berman. Opportunities and Challenges for Evidence-Informed HIV/NCD Integrated Care Policies and Programs in Sub-Saharan Africa. AIDS. 2018; 32 (1):S21-S32. DOI: 10.1097/QAD.0000000000001885
2765

Dr. Aniedi-Abasi Akpan markson

Umana, E. J., Udo, S. E. Markson, A. A., Madunagu, B. E. and Omokaro, D. N. (2009). Influence of age and pH on the activity of pectinases in Fusarium – induced Gmelina seedling rot. Nigerian Journal of Mycology, 2(1), 198-208.
2766

Dr. Aniedi-Abasi Akpan markson

Umana, E. J., Udo, S. E. Markson, A. A., Madunagu, B. E. and Omokaro, D. N. (2009). Influence of age and pH on the activity of pectinases in Fusarium – induced Gmelina seedling rot. Nigerian Journal of Mycology, 2(1), 198-208.
2767

Dr. Aniedi-Abasi Akpan markson

Umana, E. J., Udo, S. E. Markson, A. A., Madunagu, B. E. and Omokaro, D. N. (2009). Influence of age and pH on the activity of pectinases in Fusarium – induced Gmelina seedling rot. Nigerian Journal of Mycology, 2(1), 198-208.
2768

Mrs. EKON ESTHER ETOP

Udoh, N.M and Ekon, E.E. (2018). Influence of Virtual Reality and Flow Chart on Biology students’ academic achievement on Circulatory System in Uyo Municipality. Journal of Education and Practice. 9 (12) 123-128. www.iiste.org; ISSN 222-288X
2769

Mrs. EKON ESTHER ETOP

Ekwueme, C.O. Ekon, E. E., and Edem N.B. (2016). Integration of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) into research and teaching in selected Universities in south-south zone of Nigeria. American Association for Science and Technology (AASCIT) Journal of Education. 1(5), 71-75. http://www.aascit.org/journal/education ISSN: 2381-1307
2770

Dr. Aniedi-Abasi Akpan markson

Andy, I. E., Edu, G. S., Bassey, I. U., Markson, A. A., Umana, E. I. and Udo, S. E. (2015). Biodegradation of Paraquat. Journal of Biopesticides and Environment. 1, 74-79.
2771

Dr. Aniedi-Abasi Akpan markson

Umana, E. J., Madunagu, B. E., Udo, S. E. and Markson, A. A. (2007) “Time course of Production of Pectolytic Enzymes by Payhotypes of Choanophora cucurbitarum”. International Journal of natural and applied sciences. 2 (1): 49-52.
2772

Dr. Aniedi-Abasi Akpan markson

G. Omosun, J. E. Obidiegwu, A. A. Markson, M. Nduche and S. E. Udo, (2013). Leaf Epidermal Micromorphology of some land races of Dioscorea rotundata L. found in West Africa. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences. 8 (1and2), 1-7.
2773

Mrs. EKON ESTHER ETOP

Ekwueme, C.O., Ekon, E.E., and Ezenwa-Nebife, D.C. (2015).The impact of Hands-on-approach on students’ academic performance in Basic Science and Mathematics, Higher Education Studies. 5(6), 47-51.www.ccsenet.org/hes ISSN 1925-475X
2774

Mrs. EKON ESTHER ETOP

Ekon, E.E., and Edem, N.B. (2015) Effects of computer-based constructivist instruction on students’ achievement and interest in biology.Educational Research.-International Research Journal 6(4). 85-90. Available online@http://www.interesjournals.org/ER ISSN: 2141-5161)
2775

Dr. Aniedi-Abasi Akpan markson

Markson, A. A., Akpan, J. B., Anwan, E. E., Umana, E. J., Udo, S. E. and Akwaji, In Vitro Bioactivity of Allium sativum and Allium cepa Extracts Against Some Wound Pathogens in Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Biopesticides and Agriculture. 1, 93-98.
2776

Dr. Aniedi-Abasi Akpan markson

Markson, A. A., Akpan, J. B., Anwan, E. E., Umana, E. J., Udo, S. E. and Akwaji, In Vitro Bioactivity of Allium sativum and Allium cepa Extracts Against Some Wound Pathogens in Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Biopesticides and Agriculture. 1, 93-98.
2777

Dr. Aniedi-Abasi Akpan markson

Madunagu, B. E.; Udo, S. E., Umana, E. J. and Markson, A. A. (2007) “Impact of rainfall on Colletotrichum leaf spot infection of cucurbits in Cross River State, Nigeria”. Journal of Agriculture, forestry and Social Science, 5 (1):120-125.
2778

Dr. Aniedi-Abasi Akpan markson

Umana, E. J., Akwaji, P. I., Markson, A. A. and Udo, S. E. (2015). Phytochemical Constituents And In Vitro Inhibitory Effect of ten plant extracts on fungi associated with Gmelina arborea Roxb in Cross River State. Journal of Biopesticides and Environment. 1, 63-73.
2779

Mrs. EKON ESTHER ETOP

Ekon, E.E., Ekwueme, C.O. and Meremikwu, A. (2014).Effects of five phases of constructivist instructional model (CIM) on Junior Secondary school two (JSS2) students’ cognitive achievement and interest in Basic Science and Mathematics in Cross River State of Nigeria.Education, 4(3), 74-77. http://journal.sapub.org/edu
2780

Dr. Aniedi-Abasi Akpan markson

Udo, S. E., Madunagu, B. E., Umana, E. J., Markson, A. A. and Obi-abang, M. (2007) “Biochemical alterations in Colletotrichum lindemuthianum-infected pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo), (Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and the Social Sciences (JOAFSS)), 5(1), 120-125.
2781

Dr. Gabriel Arong

G. A. ARONG, T. P. POPOV and E. J. USUA (2006): Varietal influence of cowpea seeds culture on oviposition and development of Callosobruchus maculatus (F.)(Coleoptera:Bruchidae). Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences. 12(3)319-322..
2782

Dr. Gabriel Arong

G. A. ARONG and E. J. USUA (2006): Comparative development of cowpea bruchid (Callosobruchus maculatus (F.) (Coleoptera:Bruchidae) on pods and seeds of some cowpea cultivars (Vigna unguiculata). Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences. 12(1): 35-40.
2783

Dr. Gabriel Arong

G. A. ARONG and H. L. NJILA (2006): A comparative study on infestation of three varieties of maize (Zea mays (L.) with maize weevil (Sitophilus zeamais) Motschulsky (Coleoptera:Curculionidae). Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences. 12(1):7-9.
2784

Dr. Gabriel Arong

DONALD A. UKEH, GABRIEL A. ARONG AND EMMANUEL I. OGBAN (2008): Toxicity and oviposition deterrence of Piper guineense (Piperaceae) and Monodora myrstica (Annonaceae) against Sitophilus zeamais (Motsch.) on stored maize. Journal of Entomology 5(4): 295-299.
2785

Dr. Gabriel Arong

Okon, O.E., Opara, K. N., Etim, S. E., Arong, G. A., Oku, E. E. and Iboh, C. I. (2011): Experimental Transmission of Babesia bigemina by Boophilus decoloratus in Cattle . Research Journal of Parasitology 6(5):168-175.
2786

Dr. Gabriel Arong

G. A. Arong, E. E. Oku, A. A. Obhiokhenan, B. A. Adetunji and D. A. Mowang (2011): Protectant ability of Xylopia aethiopica and Piper guineense leaves against the cowpea bruchid Callosobruchus maculatus (Fab.) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae). World Journal of Science And Technology. 1(7): 14-19
2787

Dr. Gabriel Arong

G. A. ARONG, G. N. IMANDEH, A. A. UTSU AND K. K. SHA’A (2011): The Influence of food type on larval growth in Musca domestica and Lucilia sericata (Diptera) jn Calabar, Nigeria. World Journal of Science And Technology. 1(4): 73-77
2788

Dr. Gabriel Arong

ARONG, G. A., SHITTA, K. B., JAMES-RUGU, N. N., AND EFFANGA, E. O.(2011): Seasonal Variation In The Abundance and Distribution of Ixodid Ticks on Mongrel, Alsatian And Mixed Breeds of Dogs (Canis Familiaris) in Jos, Plateau State, North-Central Nigeria. World Journal of Science and Technology. 1(4): 24-29
2789

Dr. Gabriel Arong

OKU, E. E., ARONG, G. A. AND BASSEY, D. A. (2011): Species Composition of Grasshoppers (Orthoptera) in Open Plots and Farmlands in Calabar Metropolis, Southern Nigeria. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences. 14 (8): 507-510
2790

Dr. Gabriel Arong

Okon, O. E., Arong, G. A., Gbonhinbor, J., Etim, S. E., Umeche, N. (2012): Prevalence of Pulmonary Tuberculosis and Human Immunodeficiency Virus amongst Patients Attending the Infectious Disease Hospital (IDH), Calabar, Nigeria. International Journal of Current Research 4(5):081- 083.
2791

Dr. Gabriel Arong

Arong, G. A., Okon, O. E., Obhiokhenan, A. A., Esekhagbe, O. R, Okorafor, K. A. and Emevatha, O. (2012) The Infestation Rates and Predilection Sites Of Ticks On Cattle and Dogs In Calabar, Nigeria. International Journal of Current Research. 4(5):073-076
2792

Dr. Gabriel Arong

O. Udensi, G. A. Arong, J. A. Obu, E. V. Ikpeme and T. O. Ojobe (2012)Radio-Sensitivity of Some Selected Landraces of Pulses to Gamma Irradiation: Indices for Use as Improvement and Preservation Techniques.American Journal of Experimental Agriculture 2(3): 320-335
2793

Dr. Gabriel Arong

Arong, G. A., Oku, E. E., Okon, O. E. And Ikono, M. C. (2012): Residual And Outdoor Mosquito Distribution And Abundance In Some Parts of Calabar Urban, Nigeria. International Journal of Current Research . 4(04):105-107.
2794

Dr. Gabriel Arong

Iboh, C. I., Okon, O. E., Ajang, R. O. Okoi, A. I., Arong, G. A., Effiom, O. E. (2012): Insecticidal Potency of Asystasia vogeliana on Bean seeds Vigna unguiculata in storage. Crutech Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology, 1(2): 95 – 99.
2795

Dr. Gabriel Arong

Oku, E.E., G.A. Arong, C.B. Ndome and K.E. Akpan (2012): Effects of some crude plant extracts on the cowpea bruchid,Callosobruchus maculatus (Coleoptera : Bruchidae) Journal of Entomologiacal Research 36 (4) : 281-285
2796

Dr. Gabriel Arong

Iboh., C. I., O. E. Okon, G. A. Arong, J. E. Asor and K. N. Opara (2012):The Occurrence and Distribution Of Chrysops Species In Akamkpa Community Of Cross River State, Nigeria. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences 15(23): 1139-1143
2797

Dr. Gabriel Arong

Arong, G. A., Adetunji, B. A., Mowang, D. A. and Odu, A. E. (2013): Comparative Distribution of Ticks on Dogs in the Calabar Metropolis, South-South Nigeria. European Journal of Zoological Research 2 (4):14-18
2798

Dr. Gabriel Arong

Adie, H. A., O.E. Okon, G. A. Arong, E.I. Braide and U.F. Ekpo(2013): Spatial Distribution of Urinary Schistosomiasis in Cross River State, Nigeria Using Geographical Information System (GIS) and School Based Questionnaire. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences 16(20):1166-1172
2799

Dr. Gabriel Arong

Adie, H. A, O. E. Okon, G. A. Arong, U. F. Ekpo and E.I. Braide (2014): Environmental Factors and distribution of urinary Schistosomiasis in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Zoological Research, 10(2):42-586
2800

Dr. Gabriel Arong

K.K. Sha’a, O. O. Ajayi and G.A. Arong (2014): The In Vitro Antimalarial Activity of Aqueous and Ethanolic Extracts of Anacardium occidentale against Plasmodium falciparum in Damboa, North-Eastern Nigeria. International Journal of Science and Technology 4(4):80-85
2801

Dr. Gabriel Arong

Oku, E. E, Andem, A. B, Arong, G. A and Odjadjare, E. (2014): Effect of Water Quality on the Distribution of Aquatic Entomofauna of Great Kwa River, Southern Nigeria. American Journal of Engineering Research 3(4):265-270
2802

Dr. Gabriel Arong

Cletus Inah Iboh and Gabriel A. Arong (2015): Morphological studies of Female Simulium damnosum s.l.in Akamkpa Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria.International Journal of Entomology and Nematology 2(1): 009-013
2803

Dr. Gabriel Arong

-Adie, H.A,. A. Oyo-Ita, O. E. Okon, G. A. Arong, I.A. Atting, E.I. Braide, O. Nebe, U.E. Emanghe and A.A. Otu (2015): Evaluation of Intensity of Urinary Schistosomiasis in Biase and Yakurr Local Government Areas of Cross River State, Nigeria after Two Years of Integrated Control Measures. Research Journal of Parasitology 10 (2): 58-65.
2804

Dr. Gabriel Arong

Cletus Inah Iboh1and Gabriel A. Arong (2016): Distribution and Abundance of Immature Simulium Species in Oban Streams Cross River State, Nigeria IOSR Journal of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences. 11( 6 ) IV: 32-39
2805

Dr. Gabriel Arong

Arong, Gabriel A. And Eyo, Victor O. (2017) Evaluation of house fly (Musca domestica) maggot meal and termite (Macrotermes subhyalinus) meal as supplementary feed for African catfish Clarias gariepinus (Burchell, 1822). International Journal of Entomology and Nematology 3(1): 042-050
2806

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Udoye, N. R. and Ndum,V.E.(2014) Reinvigorating business teacher education towards self-reliance in Nigeria. International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences 8,(130-139).
2807

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Okey, S.M. and Ndum,V. E. (2012). Free education: a right or privilege for the Nigerian child. In education for all, (Eds.) . Lagos, West and Solomon Publishing Co. Ltd. (51-65).
2808

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Okey, S., Ayang, E.E. and Ndum,V. E. (2012) Entrepreneurship Education in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions: A Bridge for Self Reliance and Sustainable Development. The Nigerian Academic Forum 23(1)
2809

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Okey, S. M., Ndum, V. E.and Nsor E. (2013)funding alternatives for education, the imperative of public-private partnership (PPP) and other sources; In financing education in Nigeria
2810

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Okey, S. M. and Ndum,V. E.(2013)Curriculum Development on Climate change in Nigerian University System-Challenges and Solutions.Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies(CON).20(3).
2811

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Okey, S. and Ndum,V. E. (2015). Moral Education : Panacea for Purposeful Leadership in Contemporary Nigeria. Contemporary Journal of Arts and Science . 4(2).
2812

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Okey, S. A., Ndum V. E. and Essien, O. E. (2012). Management of University Education for Job-Creation and National Transformation in Nigeria. In Managing Education for National Transformation.His Lineage Publishing House.(236-241).
2813

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Okey, S. A. and Ndum, V. E. (2015).Morality and the role of the church in curbing challenges in the Nigerian educational system. Contemporary Journal of Inter-disciplinary Studies, 2(2).
2814

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Okey, S. A. and Ndum, V. E. (2012). Underdevelopment in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria:
2815

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Okey S. M. and Ndum,V. E. (2015).Morality and the role of the church in curbing challenges in the Nigerian Educational System. Contemporary Journal of Inter-disciplinary Studies. 2(2).
2816

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Okey S. M. and Ndum,V. E. (2013). Early childhood education in Nigeria-platform for engendering sustainable peace and conflict prevention. Journal of reflective thinking, 2(1).
2817

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ndum, V.E., Ebong E., and Paul Utulu (2016).Challenge of Sustainable Urban Development in Africa: Policy Options. Journal of Social Policies and Society,11(1).
2818

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ndum, V.E.andOkey, S.(2013). Information and Communication Technology and the Enhancement of Quality and Accessible Secondary Education in Nigeria. Journal of Qualitative Education, 9 (3).
2819

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ndum, V. E., Edem E. and Anam E. B. (2012).The Role of Intellectuals in National Development in the Third World-The Case of Nigeria. International Journal of Social Science and Sustainable Development. 2(1)
2820

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ndum, V. E., Ebong, E. and Onukwugha, C. G. (2012). Library digitization-a panacea for educational development in Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 5(2).
2821

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ndum,V. E. and Stella M. O.(2013).Conflict Management in the Nigerian University System Journal of Educational and Social Research MCSER Publishing, Rome-Italy 3(8).
2822

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ndum, V. E. and Onukwugha, C.G. (2012).Overview of policy and practice of guidance and counselling in Nigeria and United States of America (USA): The role of computer technology. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Invention, 2(4).
2823

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ndum, V. E. and Onukwugha, C. G. (2012). Global mindset and sustainable development in Africa-A Synergy. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 3 (13) .
2824

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ndum, V. E. and Anam, B. E. (2012). Tourism Development and Employment Generation in Nigeria: Issues of Infrastructural Development and Sustainability. Education and Science Journal of Policy Review and Curriculum Development.1(1).
2825

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ndum, V. E. and Anam B. E. (2012). Addressing the Problems Militating Against Effective Integration of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the Nigerian University System- Journal of Assertiveness.
2826

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ndum, V. E. and Adejumo, T. O. (2012).The challenge of leadership in Nigeria: policy options for sustainable development. International Journal of Political Science, 4(1).
2827

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ndum, V. E. and Adejumo, T. O. (2012). The Challenge of underdevelopment in the Third World- the Need for Sustainable Deve;lopment.. International Journal of Advancement in Development Studies. 7(1).
2828

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ndum, V. E. (2012). Millennium Development Goals in Africa: a reflection on Nigeria. African Journal of Management and Administration, 5(2).
2829

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ndum, V. E. (2011). The need for Staff Motivation and Job Satisfaction among Senior Administrative Staff of Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH), Cross River State, Nigeria. In Issues in social and management science Research. 3(4).
2830

Prof. Simon Elle Majuk

Majuk,S.E.“Colonialism and National Integration: An Analysis of British Policies in Northern Nigeria”. Sophia:An African Journal of Philosophy,13.2(2011),pp.43 – 50.
2831

Prof. Simon Elle Majuk

Majuk,S.E.“Globalization and the Nigeria Experience: The Case of Old Wine in New Wine Skin”.The Calabar Historical Journal,5.1.2(2011),pp.229-242
2832

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ndum V. E., Stella M O. (2015). Teachers' Involvement and Role in Climate Change Curriculum Development and Implementation in Nigerian Secondary Educational System. Modern Management Science
2833

Prof. Simon Elle Majuk

Majuk S.E.“The Atam among Ogoja Bakor: An Adaptation of Ngbe (Leopard) Society in Southeastern Nigeria”. CAJOLIS: Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies,15.1(2011),pp.64-76
2834

Prof. Simon Elle Majuk

Majuk,S.E.“Zionism and the Problem of World Peace”. Sophia:An African Journal of Philosophy,12.1,(2009),pp.175-178
2835

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ndum V. E. and Okey, S. A. (2013). Addressing the problem militating against the efficient management of the university system in Nigeria. Journal of Teacher Perspective, 7(4).
2836

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ndum V. E. and Asuquo P. N. (2010) Extrinsic Motivation and Job Performance among Secondary School Teachers in Central Cross River State Journal of Counselling Association of Nigeria,4(4).
2837

Prof. Simon Elle Majuk

Majuk,S.E.“The Role of Museums in the Promotion of Culture,Environment and Sustainable Development”. Calabar Studies in Languages, 15.1(2009),pp.198 – 212
2838

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ndum V. E. (2010) Intrinsic Motivation and Job Performance Among Secondary School Teachers in Etung L.G.A. Journal of Counselling Association of Nigeria,4,(4).
2839

Prof. Simon Elle Majuk

Majuk,S.E.“Political Manipulation of Religion in Northern Nigeria:The Colonial Antecedents.” African Journal of Economy and Society,5.1(2003),pp.1-7
2840

Prof. Simon Elle Majuk

Majuk,S.E.“Management of Inter-Group Relations in Pre-Colonial Nigeria:The Bakor Example”. Ndunode: Calabar Journal of Humanities,3.2(2002),pp.1-9
2841

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ndum E. V. (2014),Employee motivation and job satisfaction in formal organization-a case study of junior staff of Cross River University of Technology. International Journal of Quality and Reliability Management, 11(38-52).
2842

Prof. Simon Elle Majuk

Majuk,S.E.“Political and Social Consequences of Religious Conflicts in Lebanon”.Sophia: An African Journal of Philosophy,4.0(2002),pp.72-78
2843

Prof. Simon Elle Majuk

Majuk,S.E.“Imperialism and the Manipulation of Religion in the Middle East”.West African Journal of Research and Development in Education,8.1(2001),pp.137-141
2844

Dr. NDUM VICTOR ETIM

Ingwe, R. Agba, A. M. and Ndum, V.E. (2014).Natural Resource Abundance, Exploitation and Agitation for Resource Control in Nigeria’s Niger Delta: A Marxian Analysis. Romanian Journal of Society and Politics.
2845

Prof. Simon Elle Majuk

Majuk,S.E.“Chieftaincy Institution as it Relates to the Stone (Akwanshi) Culture among the Bakor of Upper Cross River Region of Nigeria”.The Calabar Historical Journal, 4.1(2001),pp.54-62
2846

Prof. Simon Elle Majuk

Majuk,S.E.“Age-grade Institution among the Bakor of the Upper Cross River Region: Some Considerations as to its usefulness in the Establishment of Chronology”. Ndunode:Calabar Journal of Humanities, 3.1(2000),pp. 29-41
2847

Prof. Simon Elle Majuk

Majuk,S.E.“The System of Slavery in Bakor,South Eastern Nigeria,1850-1960”. Global Journal of Arts,Humanities and Social Sciences, 3.11,(2015),pp.92-100
2848

Prof. Simon Elle Majuk

Michael O.Bonchuk and Simon E.Majuk, “Nigeria-Cameroon Cross-Cultural Cooperation and Development”,Scholars Journal of Arts,Humanities and Social Sciences (SAS Publishers, India),3.6a (2015),pp.1107-1114
2849

Prof. Simon Elle Majuk

Majuk,S.E.“The Rise and Fall of Bansara Town in Ogoja Province, Southeastern Nigeria,1910 – 1960:The Role of Transportation Infrastructure”.International Journal of Good Governance and Sustainable Development in Africa, 2.4,(2015)
2850

Prof. Simon Elle Majuk

Majuk,S.E.“Islamic Radicalism and Poverty in Northern Nigeria: A Historical Perspective”, Articles base, New York(2012)
2851

Prof. Simon Elle Majuk

Majuk,S.E.“Traditional Aristocrats, Colonialism and Capitalism in Northern Nigeria: The Sokoto Eample,1903-1960”. Tropical Focus:International Journal Series on Tropical Issues (University of Buea, Cameroon), 12.2, (2011),pp.276 – 283
2852

Prof. Simon Elle Majuk

Ajor,J.O.,Majuk,S.E.and Erim,P.O.“Colonial Challenge to the Ogoja Salt Industry, Eastern Nigeria”.LWATI:A Journal of Contemporary Research(Beijing, China),7.4,(2011),pp.84 – 91,
2853

Prof. Simon Elle Majuk

Erim P.O.,Majuk,S.E.and Ajor,J.O.“The Canoe Craft of the Ogoja People in a Survival Battle in Colonial Nigeria”. Abibisem: Journal of African Culture and Civilization (University of Cape Coast,Ghana),3.0(2010),pp.23 – 36
2854

Prof. Simon Elle Majuk

Majuk,S.E.,Erim,P.O.and Ajor,J.O.“Bakor Women in Pottery Production in Colonial Southeastern Nigeria”.The Journal of International Social Research (Turkey),3.2(2013),pp.416-420
2855

Mr. CHARLES EFEFIOM EFFIONG

Nwafor, J. C., Odey, F. I and Effiong, C. E. (2017). Financial Liberalization and Domestic Savings in Nigeria: An Empirical Analysis. International Journal of Development and Economic Sustainability, 5(6).
2856

Mr. CHARLES EFEFIOM EFFIONG

Odey, F. I, Effiong, C. E. and Nwafor, J. C. (2017). Savings-Investment and Economic Growth Nexus in Nigeria. International Journal of Development and Economic Sustainability, 5(7).
2857

Mr. CHARLES EFEFIOM EFFIONG

Udo, A., Effiong, C. E. and Ogar, O. O. (2016). Economic Growth of West African Countries and the Validility of Wagner’s Law: A Panel Analysis,Asian journal of Economics and Empirical Research,3(1).
2858

Mr. CHARLES EFEFIOM EFFIONG

Greg, E. Edame and Effiong, C. E. (2016). Natural Resources and Challenges of Indigenous People Development: A case of the Oil Producing Areas in Nigeria. EPRA International Journal of Economics and Business Review,4(2).
2859

Mr. CHARLES EFEFIOM EFFIONG

Aniefiok, U. and Effiong, C. E. (2014) Economic growth and Wagner’s hypothesis: The Nigerian Experience. Journal of economics and Sustainable Development.5,(16).
2860

Mr. CHARLES EFEFIOM EFFIONG

Greg, E. E., Effiong, C. E., Adaba, G. A. and Uwoghiren, B. O. (2014). The nexus between Energy Pricing, Investment Financing and Economic growth in Nigeria. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences.5(4).
2861

Mr. CHARLES EFEFIOM EFFIONG

Greg, E. E., Effiong, C. E. and Eba, M. A. (2014). Agriculture, Forestry and Water Resources Management: A panacea for Sustainable Development in Nigeria. Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. 3(4).
2862

Mr. CHARLES EFEFIOM EFFIONG

Greg, E. E. and Effiong, C. E. (2013). The Trend Analysis of Oil Revenue and Oil Exports in Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Business and Management (IOSR-JBM). 10(3), 01-10.
2863

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

Egbai, O.O., Agbochom, E.E., Akintoye, O.A. and Edet, E.O.(2017). Influence of Ground Cover on Spillways Formation in Ikang, Bakassi Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Physical Science and Environmental Studies. Vol.3(5):58-62. ISSN 2467-8775. http://peralresearchjournal.org/journals/jpses/index.html
2864

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

Edet, E.O.; Abang, S.O.and Uwah, E.D.(2018). Performance Assessment of Nigeria’s Selected Export Crop Prices (1970 – 2015): Cointegration and Error Correction Specification.
2865

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

Edet, E.O.; Abang, S.O.; Etuk, E.A.; Udoe, P.O. and Uwah, E.D.(2018). Economic Impact of Climate Change on Nigeria’s Cocoa Export: A Cointegration and Error Correction Specification.
2866

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Ekanem AD, Etuk SJ, Udoma EJ, Ekanem, IA, Bassey IE. (2005)What proportion of abortion seekers in Calabar are really pregnant? Tropical Journal of Obstetrics and GynaecologyVol. 22(1):12-15. 
2867

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

Edet, E.O.; Abang, S.O.and Uwah, E.D.(2018). Performance Assessment of Nigeria’s Selected Export Crops (1970 – 2015): Specification from Canonical Analysis.
2868

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Philip-Ephraim E, Gyuse AN, Bassey IE,Udonwa NE: (2009) Mortality Patterns in the Medical Wards of the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital Calabar, Nigeria. Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine Vol. 9 (2):19-24. 
2869

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Anyanechi CE, Bassey GO, Anyanechi, CC, Ekanem IA, Omotoso AJ, Ebughe GA, Bassey IE. (2009) Histoplasmosis of the Maxilla Mimicking Malignant Neoplasm: A case  report. International Journal of Tropical Surgery Vol. 3(3): 116-120. 
2870

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

1.      Ugare, GU,Bassey IE, Essiet A, Bassey OO. (2009) The Causes and Incidence of Urinary  Retention in the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, International Journal  of  tropical Surgery. Vol. 3(2):78-83. 
2871

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Bassey IE,Gyuse AN, Odusholu PO, Ekanem IA, Omotoso AJ. (2011) Justification Rate for Non-Obstetric Hysterectomies – A Study of Cases in University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Calabar. Nigerian Journal of Medicine; 20(1):71-74. 
2872

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

Edet, E.O.; Udoe, P.O.; Ekong, A.E. and Abam, N.E.(2018).Economics of Environmental Pollution on Cassava-Based Farmers’ Health and Production Efficiency within Lafarge Cement Concession Area in Mfamosing, Cross River State (A Paper under review).
2873

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Asuquo ME. Otei OO, Bassey I, Ebughe G. (2013) Oculocutaneous Albinism and Skin Cancer in Calabar, Southern Nigeria. International Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences Jan.vol.5 (1) :3-5. 
2874

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

E.O.Edet; Uwah, E.D.;P.O.Udoe,; S.O.Abang and J.S.Ndifreke (2016). Costs and Return Analysis of Fish Farming in Calabar Metropolis, Cross River State Nigeria. Global Journal of Agricultural Science (ISSN 1596 – 2903). Accepted for Publication, Bachudo Science Company Ltd. Manuscript Number GJAS/2016/005
2875

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Ugare GU, Bassey IE, Udosen JE, Ndifon W, Ndoma-Egba R, Asuquo M, Undie G. (2014) Trauma death in a resource constrained setting: Mechanism and contributory factors, the result of analyzing 147 cases. Nigerian Journal of Clinical practice.Jul-Aug 4. Vol 17 (4) 
2876

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

Job Bassey E., Eyo O. Edet, Ekene P. Iwuagwu (2015). Influence of tidal regimes in relation to industrial activities on the hydrodynamics of the Calabar River System in Southern Nigeria. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies.2 (6):123:127.ISSN:2347-5129. (ICV-Poland) Impact Value:5.62; (GIF)Impact Factor:0.352
2877

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Asuquo M, Umana A, Otei O, Bassey IE,Ebughe G, (2009) Kaposi Sarcoma in Calabar, Southern Nigeria, OMJ Vol:33-36.
2878

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Bassey IE, Ekanem IA, Jombo GTA, Asana U, Jibrin PJ. (2009). Histoplasmosis Masquerading as a Burkitt’s Tumor and Challenges in Diagnosis: A cases finding at University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, South-South Nigeria. The Internet Journal of Ophthalmology and Visual Science Vol. 7 (1) 
2879

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

EDET, E.O.; ETTI, P.; HANSON and Eze, B.E (2011).Application of GIS in Analysis of Urban Heatisland in Calabar Metropolis. Nigerian Journal of Space Science. Vol.11, No.1. An international Conference Paper on Space Science held in Abuja-Nigeria from 17-21st October,2011.
2880

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Bassey IE, Ekanem IA, Olasode BJ, Jombo GTA. (2010) Web-based Learning as an Important Bridge in Information Divide in Contemporary Practice of Pathology in the Developing World: Findings from Nigeria. The Internet Journal of Third world Medicine. Vol. 8(2) 
2881

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Omotoso AJ Agan GU Bassey IEEbughe GA Ekanem IA Ekanem AD.(2010) Cervical Cancer in Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Hainan Medical College.Vol 16 (1):28 – 32
2882

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

AsuquoME,Otei OO, Umana A, Bassey I,Ebughe G. (2010) Skin Malignancies of the Head and Neck in Calabar, Southern Nigeria. Eur J. PlastSurg33:87-89 
2883

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Gyuse AN, Bassey IE, Udonma NE, Okokon IB, Philip-Ephraim EE. (2010) HIV/AIDS Related Mortality Among Adult Medical Patients in a Tertiary Health Institution in South-South, Nigeria. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine, Vol. 3(2):141-144. 
2884

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Umana A, Offiong ME,  Mgbe RB, Adekanye AG, Bassey I,Ebughe G. (2011) Cancer of the Larynx- Management Challenges in Calabar, South-South Nigeria. The Internet Journal of Third World Medicine.Vol 9 (2) 
2885

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Ugare UG,Bassey IE,Jibrin PG, Ekanem IA. (2012) Analysis of Gleason grade and score in 90 Nigerian Africans with prostate cancer during the period 1994 to 2004
2886

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

G.E. Edame, W.M. Fonta, E.O.Edet and Vera E. Henshaw(2011). Public Expenditure, Infrastructure and Industrial Growth Drivers in Nigeria: A Vector Error Correction Specification. Industrial Development: A Catalyst for rapid Economic Growth. Essays in Honour of JOHN EMMANUEL UDO NDEBBIO (Edited by Elijah Udoh, Uchechi R. Ogbuagu and Uwem Essia). 9, 151 – 170. ISBN-978-978-8044-04-8
2887

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

OffiongME,Umanah AN, UmohAkpan, Kunji J, Bassey I. (2012) Giant Pleomorphic Adenoma of the Parotid gland- A Case Report. The Internet Journal of Otorhinolaryngology. Volume 14(1) 
2888

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Bassey IE, Jombo GTA and Hemba SH, (2012) Clinical Information as a Quality Assurance    Determinant inDiagnosis of Endometrial Pathology: Findings from Calabar,Nigeria. International Journal of Biology, Pharmacy and Allied Science. June 1(5) 
2889

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

H.B.RIMAN, I.E.ESSO and E.EYO (2008). Stock Market Performance and Economic Growth in Nigeria: A Causality Investigation. Global Journal of Social Sciences.7(2):85 – 91. Index: Indexed and abstracted on AJOL (UK).
2890

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Asuquo ME, Nwagbara VI, Otei OO, Bassey I,Ugbem T. (2012) Cutaneous Malignant Melanoma in Calabar, South Nigeria Published in Open Access Scientific Report1:307 doi:10.4172/scientificreport. 307 Vol 1.(6) 
2891

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

S.O.Abang and E.O.Edet (2008). Introductory Environmental Economics: Concepts and Principles. Published by King Judah Publishers (A Division of TIGOBI Nig), Calabar, Cross River State-Nigeria.
2892

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Ugare GU,Ndifon W,Bassey IA, Oyo-Ita AE,Egba RN,Asuquo M,Udosen AM. (2012) Epidemiology of death in the emergency department of a tertiary health centre south-south of Nigeria. Afr Health Sci. Dec;12(4):530-7. 
2893

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Inyama, MA, Ibanga IA, Ebughe G, Bassey I, Ekanem I, Asuquo ME. (2012) AIDS;realated   lymphoma at the University of Calabar Teaching hospital(Nigeria): a seven year review. Infectious Agents and Cancer 7(suppl 1):P1 
2894

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

Edet, E.O.; Idung, E.J; and Abang, S.O. (2018). Determinants of Agricultural Gross Domestic Product in Nigeria. A Cointegration and Error Correction Specification (A paper under review).
2895

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Ebughe GA, Ugare GU, Nwagbara VJ, Udosen JE, Nnoli MA, Omoronyia OE, Chukwuegbo CC, Ugbem TI, Bassey I, Omotoso A, Okokon E. (2013) Histological type and Tumor Grade in Nigerian Breast Cancer: relationship to menarche, Family History of  breast Cancer, Parity, Age at Fisrt Birth and Age at menopause ISOR J. Den and Med Sci. May-June Vol 7(5),58-63 
2896

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

Adinya, I.B., Angba, A.O., Edet, E.O., Isek, P.I and Iton, C.W.(2011). Economic analysis and adoption of improved cassava technologies: a strategy for rural transformation in Obubra Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agriculture, Food and Environment, 7(4) : 5-11.
2897

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Omotoso AJ, Nnoli MA,Bassey IE, Akintomide AO, Ngim OE, Ekanem IA. (2013) Histopathological analysis of appendectomy specimens in Calabar, South-Southern Nigeria. IOSR Journals. Jul-Aug Vol 2(6) 
2898

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

N.M. Nkang, E.O. Edet; M.O.Oniah and Okon, X. I (2011). Performance Assessment in Nigeria’s Peasant Agriculture: An Application of Data Envelopment Analysis on Rice Producers in Cross River State. Global Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 10, No. 1 Index: Indexed and abstracted on AJOL(S. Africa),Chemical Abstracts(USA), Global Journal Online.
2899

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Odusolu PO,Omotoso AJ, Nnoli M, Agan TU, Bassey IE, Ekanem AD. (2013) Pattern of Cervical Smear Cytology in Calabar, Nigeria.IOSR Journals. Jul-Aug Vol 2(6) 
2900

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Omotoso AJ, Nnoli MA, Bassey IE, Akintomide AO, Odusolu P, Udoh A, Agan TU, Ngim O. (2013) Pancreatic tumor mimicking Pregnancy; a paraneoplastic syndrome: A case Report and Review of Relevant Literature. IOSR  Journals. Jul-Aug Vol 9 (2) 
2901

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

Edame,G.E;F.E.Onah; W.M.Fonta; Edet,E.O and D.I.Agom (2009). Determinants of Public Expenditure on Infrastructure and Economic Growth in Nigeria: A Vector Error Correction Approach (Accepted, paper No: GRD/2008/123 – An International Conference paper on Research and Development, November 26-27,2008 at Kwabena Nketia Conference Hall, Institute of African Studies, University of Accra, Ghana)
2902

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Ugare UG, Bassey I-A, Udosen EJ, Essiet A, Bassey OO. (2014) Management of Lower Urinary Retention in a Limited Resource Setting. Ethiopian Journal of Health Sciences. 24(4):329-336
2903

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Nwagbara VIC, Asuquo ME, Bassey IE, B Edem. (2014)Huge Fistulous Gluteal Mass: A rare presentation of Rectal Cancer. J. Afr Cancer.7:54-58. 
2904

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Gabriel, U., Joseph, U., Bassey, I.-A., Joshua, A., & Emmanuel, D. (2015). Plasmacytoma of the Breast: A Report of a Rare Disease. Ethiopian Journal of Health Sciences, 25(4), 373–376.
2905

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Oga EA, Schumaker LM, Alabi BS, Obaseki D, Umana A, Bassey IA, Ebughe G, Oluwole O, Akeredolu T, Adebamowo SN, DakumP,Cullen K, Adebamowo CA. (2016) Paucity of HPV-Related Head and Neck Cancers (HNC) in Nigeria. PLoS One. April 6;11(4):e0152828. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0152828. eCollection 2016 
2906

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

Offiong, R.A; E.O.Edet; Njar,G.N;Abua, M.A and J.E Atu (2008). The Influence of Environmental Factors on tree species composition, distribution and stocking density in the Kwa Falls River Valley, Cross River State, Nigeria. African Journal of Environment, Pollution and Health. Ecoserve Publishers, Calabar. 6(1):52-58
2907

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Asanga UU, Ibanga AA, Bassey IE, Etim BA, Utam UA. (2017) OrbitalTuberculosis in a 65 Year Old Female: A Case Report and Review of the Literature. Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci. 6(8): 11-15
2908

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Ugbem T, Ekanem I, Bassey I, Nnoli M, Ebughe G, et al. (2017) Neonatal deaths and autopsy rates in a Nigerian tertiary hospital: a 10-year trend analysis in University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Calabar, Nigeria. Recent Adv Biol Med. 3:131-134. 
2909

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Bassey IE, Eyam SE, Isiwele EM, Ani EN, Ushie DE, Debua A. (2017) Pattern of Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) in male participants 40 -70 years screened for prostate cancer during a medical outreach in a tertiary institution in Nigeria: A pilot study. IJRDO-Journal of Health Sciences and Nursing Vol 2(12): 33-39 
2910

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Bassey IE, Isiwele EM, Eyam SE, Ushie DE, Ani NE, Ikpeme AA, Ngaji AI (2018) Pattern of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms in Males Aged Forty Years and Above: Results from Screening of Apparently Healthy University Workers, IJDMSR Vol 2(1):18-21
2911

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Bassey IE, Isiwele EM, Eyam SE, Ushie DE, Ani NE. (2018) Correlation of international prostate symptom score with prostate volume and quality of life in a screened population of university workers. International Journal of Contemporary Medical Research  
2912

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Bassey IE,  Isiwele EM, Omotoso A, Ushie ED, Ekwere PD. (2018) Knowledge, Perceptions and Attitudes towards Male Infertility: A Cross Sectional Survey in a Tertiary Institution in SouthSouthern Nigeria IJDMSR  Vol 2, Issue 4 PP 22-28 
2913

Dr. Ima-Abasi Effiong Bassey

Bassey IE,  Isiwele EM, Debua A.(2018) Prognostication Studies of Prostate Cancer in Black Africa: Findings from Calabar, South South, Nigeria. IJCMR 5(5):E1-E5 
2914

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

Nkang,N.M.,Ndifon,H.M. and Edet, E.O. (2007). Maize Supply Response to Changes in Real Prices in Nigeria: A Vector Error Correction Approach. Agricultural Journal 2(3): 419 – 425.
2915

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

Nkang, N.M., Ajah, E.A., Abang, S.O. and Edet, E.O.(2007).Investment in Cocoa Production in Nigeria: A Cost and Return Analysis of Three Cocoa Production Management Systems in the Cross River State Cocoa Belt. Journal of Central European Agriculture. Vol.8 (2007) No.1(81-90)
2916

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

M.A. Abua and E.O.Edet (2007). Morphological and Physico-chemical Characteristics of Coastal Plain Soils of Southern Cross River State-Nigeria. The Nigerian Geographical Journal Published by the Nigerian Geographical Association. Vol.5, No.1, Pp.109-114.
2917

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

Nkang, N. M. Abang, S. O.; Akpan, O. E. and Edet, E. O. (2006). Rice production, Imports and Food Security in Nigeria: An Application of Cointergration and Error Correction Model. WFL Publisher. Scientific Journal for the Academicians and Professionals. www World-food.net. Vol.4 (1)
2918

Dr. Eyo Orok Edet

Eyo. O. Edet , Ekpeni Ekpe and Idiong C. Idiong (2000). Influence of identified socio-Economic factors on farmers’ adoption of improved technologies in Oron Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State. Classical Journal of Research in Education, vol. 2, No.1, PP. 72 – 77.
2919

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor,C.L.and Metuonu,I.C.“Towards the Unification of Christians and Marxists: Struggle to end Exploitation and Oppression.”American Journal of Social and Management Sciences (AJSMS)2.1(2011):100-107
2920

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ohulor,C.L.,Metuonu,I.C.and Asuo, O.O.“Corruption in Contemporary Nigeria: The Way Out” American Journal of Social and Management Sciences (AJSMS)2.1(2011):91-99.
2921

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor, C. L. and Veraba, D. D.“Subjectivism in Hume’ Empiricism: Implications for Nigeria’s Socio-political Life” Americam Journal of Social and Management Sciences (AJSMS)1.2(2010):124-130.
2922

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor,C.L.and Odumayak Okpo “The Place of Ethics in Business: Acase Study of Locke’s Ethics “ European Journal of Scientific Research,44.3(2010):477-484
2923

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor,C.L.and Bassey,P.E.“Analysis of Corruption from the Ethical and Moral Perspectives.” European Journal of Scientific Research 44.3(2010):466-476.
2924

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor,C.L.“Formalized Arguments” Sophia:An African Journal and Public Affairs 12.1(2009):133-140.
2925

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor,C.L.“Principle of Seperation of Powers As Foundation for Good Governance in Nigeria” Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies (CAJOLIS):An Inter-disciplinary Journal 12.1(2009):16-35.
2926

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor,C.L.“Philosophical Analysis of Democracy for Nigeria’s Socio-Economic Development” Global Journal of Social Social Sciences,7.2(2008):51-57
2927

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor,C.L.“Definitions” Calabar Studies in Languages (CASIL) 14.1(2008):91-109.
2928

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor,C.L.“Nationhood and Positivism in Politics” African Pentecost: Journal of Theology,Psychology and Social Work 1.1(2007):59-66.
2929

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor,C.L.“The Military as a Representative of a Ruling Class in Nigeria” African Pentecost: Journal of Theology, Psychology, and Social Work 1.1(2007):30-38.
2930

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor,C.L.“David Hume’s Denial of Substance:An Evaluation and Criticism” African Journal of Religion, Culture and Society 1.2(2007):115-123.
2931

Dr. Esther Patrick Archibong

Enang, E. E., Archibong, E. P., Archibong, S. R., (2015) Family Variables and Health of Women of Reproductive age in University of Calabar Teaching Hospital in Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. 3 (10)., 65-76
2932

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor,C. L.“The Possibility of Moral Argument” African Journal of Religion, Culture and Society 1.2(2007): 81-90.
2933

Dr. Esther Patrick Archibong

Archibong,E.P Udobong,R and Antia,C.I., (2013) The Role of Women in Crime Control and Prevention: A Study of Nigerian Women. International Research Journal of Business and Management.1 (2), 60-69.
2934

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor,C.L.“ Critical Examination of Marxism” Calabar Journal of Libral Studies (CAJOLIS):An Inter-disciplinary Journal 10.1(2007):94-111.
2935

Mr. CHRISTIAN EFFIONG BASSEY

Odock, C. N. And Bassey, C. E. (2017). Political Economy Of Multilateral Economic Cooperation And Third World Development: Lome Conventions And Their Implications For Nigeria. International Journal Of Business And Management Invention. 6(6),52–64.
2936

Mr. CHRISTIAN EFFIONG BASSEY

Imoh K. I., Udo, A. B And Bassey, C. E. (2016): Impact Of Oil Price Shocks On The Nigerian Economy. Conference organized by Nigerian Association of Energy Economists in Abuja, Nigeria.
2937

Mr. CHRISTIAN EFFIONG BASSEY

Ebong, F.S., Udongwo. U And Bassey, C. E. (2016) Sustainable Rural Development In Nigeria: Evidence From Odukpani Local Government Area, Cross River State. Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspective. 5(2),208-222.
2938

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor,C.L.“Positivism as Philosophy of Science” NDUNODE:Calabar Journal of Humanities 6.1(2005):124-133.
2939

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor,C.L.“ Comtean Positivism and Social Engeering in Nigeria” NDUNODE:Calabar Journal of Humanities 6.1(2005):52-61.
2940

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor,C.L.“Nigeria’s Need for Social and Economic Transformation” European Journal of Scientific Research 98.3(2013)
2941

Mr. CHRISTIAN EFFIONG BASSEY

Oduneka, A.E., Bassey, C. E. and Eke, C. N (2017). The Dynamics That Affect Implication Of E-Banking Products And Services In Nigeria. International Journal Of Business Management. 3(7),49–63.
2942

Dr. Esther Patrick Archibong

Archibong,E. P.(2015) Aging in the Twenty first century Nigeria. International Journal of Aging, 4 (3)., 13 -19.
2943

Mr. CHRISTIAN EFFIONG BASSEY

Odunneka, A.E. And Bassey, C. E. (2017). The Experiments Of Managing The Nigerian Economy As A Third World Nation: The Role Of Nigeria Economist. International Research Journal Of Management And Commerce. 4(8),456–472.
2944

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor,C.L.“Francis Bacon’s Qualification As A Principal Empiricist Philosopher Canadian Social Science.7.5(2011):229-235
2945

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor,C.L.“Ethical and Moral Implications of Corruption”.Canadian Social Science 7.5(2011):229-235
2946

Mr. CHRISTIAN EFFIONG BASSEY

Bassey, C.E., And Agba, M. M. (2017). Manufacturing Industries And Export Growth In The Nigerian Economy: International Research Journal Of Marketing And Economics. 4(8),18–32.
2947

Mr. CHRISTIAN EFFIONG BASSEY

Ifere, E. O., Okoi, O B, and Bassey, C. E (2015). Institutional Quality, Macroeconomic Policy And Economic Development In Nigeria: Journal Of Economics And Development Studies. 3(2),140–145.
2948

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor,C.L.“Failure of Leadership in Nigeria” American Journal of Social and Management Sciences(AJSMS).2.3(2011):265-271
2949

Prof. Chinenye Leo Ochulor

Ochulor,C.L.“Preliminary Objection to David Hume’s Notion of Substance” Sankofa Journal of the Humanities 3.2(2005):99-119.
2950

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, A.; Akpan, A. and Etuk, E. J.(2017). McNair’s wheel of retailing theory: Implications for small scale businesses. AKSU Journal of Management Sciences, 2 (1), 67-72.
2951

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J.(2015).Marketing education and industry linkages in Nigeria: the role of public policy.” National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria, Marketing Educators Conference. November 4-6, University of Calabar, Nigeria, 17-26
2952

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Basil, G.; Etuk, E. J. and Ebitu, E. T.(2013).The marketing mix elements as determinants of consumers’ choice of made-in- Nigeria shoes in Cross River State. European Journal of Business Management, 5(6).
2953

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Essien, E. E., and Etuk, E. J.(2012).Government policy requirements and personal considerations as determinants” of organizational buying behaviour. European Journal of Business and Management, 4(16).
2954

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J.(2008).Professionalizing marketing for Nigeria’s national development”. In Marketing in Nigeria’s Development: Festschrift in Honour of Professor Julius Onuora Onah. Ogwo E. Ogwo and Anayo D. Nkamnebe, Eds. Anambra: Rex Charlesand Patrick Publishers.
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Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J.(2006). Business and public policy and strategy in context: An analytical discourse. In Denga, D. and Okoro, J. Policy Studies and Administration in a Changing World; Rapid Educational Publishers Ltd.
2956

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J(2004). Education and manpower development in Nigeria. In E. U. Okon and Denga, D. (ed) Education for Sustainable Democracy in Nigeria. Calabar: Unical Press.
2957

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J.(2004). Faculty of social sciences’ in knowledge for service: The University of Calabar, 1975-2002, Okon Edet Uya and Sunday W. Petters, eds. Calabar: University of Calabar Press.
2958

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J.(2003).Marketing management dyadic interfaces: environmental, strategic and research imperatives for national self reliance and development: The 20th Inaugural Lecture of the University of Calabar. Calabar: Skute Publishers.
2959

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J.(2000).Development strategies and community mobilization programmes in the oil communities of the Niger Delta. In S.M. Akpan (ed) Towards lasting peace and development of the Niger Delta. Lagos: Executive Publishers.
2960

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J.(2000).Human resource management and utilization in Nigeria. In taming the wilderness: the first two years of Obasanjo’s administration. (Reachout Publishers).
2961

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J.(1999).Cultural foundations of marketing strategy: a review and synthesis. Journal of Accounting and Management, Vol.2, (June).
2962

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J.(1989).Self reliance through research: marketing perceptions. Nigerian Marketing Journal, 2(5), 5-45.
2963

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J.(1988).Marketing institutions and infrastructures: catalysts or barriers to Nigeria’s development, in contemporary issues in Nigerian development. In J. U. Obot and I. A. Animashaun (ed). Calabar: Wusen Press.
2964

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J.(1988).Small scale industries as an approach to industrial development in Nigeria savanna: A Journal of Environmental and Social Sciences, 9(2).
2965

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J.(1987). Marketing in rural development. In L.A. Ega, T.K. Atala, and J. M. Baba (ed) Rural Development Policies in Nigeria. Zaria: Nigerian Rural Sociological Association.
2966

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J.(1986). Marketing practices and strategies of Nigerian manufacturers: distribution concerns dominate Vikalpa. The Journal for Decision Makers. 11(2), 159-164.
2967

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J.(1985). Problems of empirical research in Nigeria. In P.N.O. Ejiofor, Development of Management Education in Nigeria. Lagos: Centre for Management Development.
2968

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J. (1985). The role of government in the management of our economic and political system: The Nigerian experience. In Mishra and Ravishankar (ed) Current Perspectives in Public Enterprise Management. New Delhi: Ajanta Publications.
2969

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J. (1985). Marketing research in project feasibility studies decision. The Journal of Management Thought, Research and Practice, 12(4), 171-180.
2970

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J. (1985). Social cause marketing in the context of planned social change: the case of the Nigerian War Against Indiscipline (WAI). The Nigerian Journal of Management Sciences, 2(1), 28-33.
2971

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J. (1984). Pricing strategies and policies of small urban retailers in Calabar; Nigeria: A research note. African Urban Studies, 18, 77-79.
2972

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J. (1984). Cartels as strategic marketing instruments. Oduduma Business Journal, 20, 11-15.
2973

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J. (1983). Manpower planning, development and utilisation in the context of the fourth national development plan 1981-85. Public Service Management Journal, 1(4), 10-15.
2974

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Awara, N.F., Anyandighibe, J.A. and Ogbidi, J.B. (2016). Public private partnership (PPP) and effective healthcare services delivery in Cross River State, Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Business Administration, 14 (1 and 2), 38-59.
2975

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J. (1982). Organisation theory and dynamics: A systems perspective. The Calabar Educator, 2, 172-179.
2976

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Awara, N.F., Anyadighibe, J.A. and Bassey, E.O. (2017). Factors influencing differential pricing strategy of hoteliers in Calabar Metropolis, Cross River State. AKSU Journal of Management Sciences (AJOMAS), 2(1), 100-110.
2977

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J. (1982). Towards a theory of motivation for the Cross River State of Nigeria public service. Public Service Management Journal, 1(3), 17-27.
2978

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Awara, N.F., Anyadighibe, J.A. and Ikpeme, E.E. (2014). Enhancing service quality of the Nigerian secondary school education in the 21st century. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Development, Education and Science Research, 2 (1), 278-290.,
2979

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J. (1981). Middle managers in Cross River State of Nigeria public service: A study of their job attitudes and work role involvement. Indian Journal of Public Administration, 27(4), 994-1005.
2980

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J. (1981). The Nigerian business environment. Oduduma Business Journal, 12, 29-34.
2981

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J. (1981). Management communication in the context of human relations, motivation and productivity. Public Service Management Journal, 2, 33-43.
2982

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Awara, N.F. and Anyadighibe, J.A. (2016). University Of Calabar off-campus students’ population growth and accommodation quality on the cost of housing in Calabar Municipality, Cross River State. AKSU Journal of Management Sciences (AJOMAS), 1(1), 44-52.
2983

Prof. John Efiong Etuk

Etuk, E. J. (1980). An empirical study of motivational factors and job satisfaction in the cross river state public service. Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies. 2, 267-284.
2984

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Awara, N.F. and Anyadighibe, J.A. (2014). The relationship between customer satisfaction and loyalty: A study of selected eateries in Calabar, Cross River State. Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business, 5 (9), 110-125.
2985

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Ezekiel, M.S., Anyadighibe, J.A. and Ndem, S.E. (2014). The effects of packaging on consumer choice of cosmetic products: A case of University of Calabar community. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management, 11 (4), 1-11.
2986

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Ezekiel, M.S., Anyadighibe J.A., Awara, N.F. and Ndem, S.E. (2014). Micro-macro marketing and its impact on the Nigeria economy: A conceptual review experience. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management, II (7), 1-10.
2987

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Ezekiel, M.S., Eze, J.F. and Anyadighibe, J.A. (2013). A study of marketing information system (MIS) as a contributory factor in the performance of selected transport companies in Calabar Metropolis. American Journal of Tourism Research, 2 (2), 154-159.
2988

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Ezekiel, M.S., Eze, J.F. and Anyadighibe, J.A. (2013). A study of marketing information system (MIS) as a contributory factor in the performance of selected transport companies in Calabar Metropolis. American Journal of Tourism Research, 2 (2), 154-159.
2989

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Esu, B.B. and Joseph A. Anyadighibe. (2014). Social media micromarketing and customers’ satisfaction of domestic airlines in Nigeria. American Journal of Tourism Research, 3 (1), 9-21.
2990

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Basil, G., Ezekiel, M.S., Anyadighibe, J.A. and Edward, A. (2014). An empirical study of the impact of non-store retailing on consumers’ satisfaction in Calabar Metropolis, Nigeria. American International Journal of Contemporary Research, 4 (12), 46-57.
2991

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Awara, N.F. and Anyadighibe, J.A. (2014). Factors influencing banks’ implementation and consumers’ acceptance of e-banking of selected commercial banks in Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Managerial Studies and Research (IJMSR), 2 (9), 1-13.
2992

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Awara, N.F. and Anyadighibe, J.A. (2014). An appraisal of strategies and challenges of services marketing in a globalized business environment. International Journal of Managerial Studies and Research (IJMSR), 2 (9), 32-40.
2993

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Anyadighibe, J.A. and Awara, N.F. (2014). Port automation and performance: A study of Nigeria Port Authority (NPA) Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Management Sciences, 3 (9), 636-650.
2994

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Anyadighibe, J.A., Eneh, Sunday, I.E. and Awara, N.F. (2015). The impact of job security on employees’ performance, job satisfaction and management-employee relations of selected service marketing firms in Calabar Metropolis. Journal of Global Economics, Management and Business Research, 2 (3), 164-170.
2995

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Anyadighibe, J.A. Ezekiel, M.S. and Awara, N.F. (2014). Customer satisfaction and social media driven micromarketing: An empirical evidence. International Journal of Business and Management, 8 (1), 32-36
2996

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Anyadighibe, J.A., Ezekiel, M.S. and Awara, N.F. (2014). Consumers’ brand loyalty and cigarette consumption in Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. ELK Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Retrial Management, 5 (4), 1-13.
2997

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Anyadighibe, J.A., Ezekiel, M.S. and Awara, N.F. (2014). Macromarketing and economy development of Nigeria: A conceptual review. Global Journal of Management and Business Research: E Marketing, 14 (6), 17-20.
2998

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Anyadighibe, J.A., Awara, N.F., Ezekiel, M.S. and Eneh, S.I. (2014). Problems affecting managers job performance in government parastatals: Cross River State Water Board. European Journal of Business and Management, 6 (6), 67-97
2999

Mr. Joseph Amaechi Anyadighibe

Anyadighibe, Joseph A., Awara, N. F. and Esu, B.B. (2014). The impact of personal selling on the productivity of selected banks in Calabar Metropolis. International Journal of Development and Sustainability, 3 (8), 1697-1708.
3000

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

IGBEN, M. S. AND EYO, E. O. (2002): AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS: AN INTRODUCTION TO BASIC CONCEPTS AND PRINCIPLES. BEST PRINT PUBLISHERS, UYO
3001

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

EYO, E O. (2005). AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: PLANS, POLICIES AND PROGRAMMES. BEST PRINT PUBLISHERS, UYO.
3002

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O.; I, E, Ele and N, E, Eyo (2006); Occupational Health Hazards and Farm output in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Farm Management Associations of Nigeria, Conference Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference of the Farm Management Association of Nigeria. Held at Jos 18th – 21 September 2006.
3003

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O.; S. Okon, and G. S. Effiong; 1994: Poverty alleviation among small farmers in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agric. Technology. Vol. 3 (1994) P 18 – 23.
3004

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O. 1995; Consumers Attitude Towards Native Food – Stuffs in Akwa Ibom State. Ibom Journal of Social Issues Vol.2 No. 1 PP 21 – 23.
3005

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O.;1995 Inadequate supply of Cassava Derivative in Akwa Ibom State. Ibom Journal of Social Issues Vol. 2/2 PP110-119.
3006

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2003) “Organising for Office Operations” Readings in Office Management System (eds P. P Ekerete and Akpan V.C.S ) Uyo: Afangide Publishers.
3007

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, O. E. And G. S. Umoh (1997): Food consumption expenditure for family survival in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Nig. South. East Journal of Agricultural Economics and Extension. Vol.1; No. 1, PP 67 – 74.
3008

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T.(2005)“The Marketing Function” in Entrepreneurial Development:Principles and Practice(Ed.)S. N. Udo, Calabar:Wusen Publishers, pp. 180-196
3009

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, O. E., (1997): Adaptation of Cooperative Structures for Sustainable Agricultural Investment in Akwa Ibom State. Nig. Journal of Cooperative and Rural Development Vol.5 (1997) 36 –43.
3010

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O. and M. S. Igben. (1997):The Community Development Associations (CDA) – Credit Delivery For Sustainable Agricultural Development. Nig. Journal of Agric Teacher Educ. Vol.VI (1and 3) pp 36-44.
3011

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Effiong, G. S.; E. O. Eyo and I. A. Akpabio (1998); Women and the use of forest resources in a sustainable home management.Nig. Journal of Agric. Technology Vol. 7 (1998) Pp55-59.
3012

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O and P. I. Ogban (1999): Land Management and Environmental Harmony: Implications for urban farming. Environmental Analar. Vol. 2 (1999) PP 111-119.
3013

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O., 1999: Enhancing the Productivity of Rice Farms in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Nigerian South East Journal of Agric. Economics and Extension, Vol.3/1 pp 52-59.
3014

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O. 2000: Empowering Women for Sustainable Agricultural Development in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agric. Technology. Vol. 9 (2000) 7-14.
3015

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Umoh, G. S., J. T. Atobatele and E. O. Eyo 2000: Consumption of Meat and Meat Related Products in Urban Households in Uyo Capital City of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. International Journal of Social Science, Vol. 2 No. 2 pp 137-148.
3016

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O., E. O. Ekpe and P. I. Ogban, (2001); Waterleaf (Talinum triangulare) Production In south Eastern Nigeria: Existing Practices and Suggestions for Improved Productivity and Profit. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences. Vol.3. No. 3, June 2001:421-426.
3017

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2012)Marketing Communications:An Integrated Approach.Calabar:University of Calabar Printing Press. ISBN 978-220-044-1, (326pages)
3018

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Enyenihi, E. A, E. O. Eyo, and U. B. Iwatt (2002): Processing Options for Cassava Farmers in Odukpani LGA of Cross River State, Nigeria. Nig. Southeast Journal of Agric. Economics and Extension, Vol. 4, No 1 and 2, Pp 10 - 15.
3019

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2014)Distribution and Logistics Management:An Introduction.Calabar:University of Calabar Printing Press. ISBN 978-007-206-3(254pages)
3020

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O. and E. A. Enyenihi (2002): Savings Mobilization for Credit Delivery Under the ACGSF in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Nig. Southeast Journal of Agric. Economics and Extension, Vol. 4, No 1 and 2, Pp 16 – 25.
3021

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2015) Marketing Management and Strategy. Calabar: UNICAL Printing Press Limited. ISBN: 978-978-227-7 (333pages)
3022

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Igben, M. S.; Eyo, E. O. and N. M. G. Anyanwu, 2002. Motivation and Non-Financial Sanctions among Informal Groups in Imo State: Lessons For Success of Group Lending Schemes in Nigeria. Global Journal Of Agricultural Sciences, Volume 1, No. 2, 2002, 127 – 132.
3023

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O. 2002: “The Model for Linking Savings and Credit Groups with Banks in Nigeria”. Nigerian Journal of Social and Development Issues. Volume 2, No. 1. January, Pp.145 – 156.
3024

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O. (2004); Financing Foodstuff Marketing in Akwa Ibom State,Nigeria: Some Considerations. Global Journal of agricultural Science, Vol. 3 No 1 and 2, 2004; 35 -40.
3025

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (1996) An analysis of strategic planning practices in Nigeria in African Journal of Education Technology, 2(2), 6-12
3026

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ibok, N. I. and Ebitu, E. T.(2003)Sociology of marketing:Theoretical issues and problems in Uyo Journal of Management Sciences,1 (2),193-202.
3027

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2003)Social class categorization in Nigeria:Issues and implications for business organisations. Uyo Journal of Management Sciences, 1 (2),129- 138.
3028

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2004)The effects of non-financial motivations on sales force performance:A study of selected companies in Port Harcourt, Nigeria Uyo Journal of Management Sciences, 1 (3), 109 – 123
3029

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2004)Public relations practice in Nigeria: Challenges and prospects.Calabar Journal of Public Relations, 1 (1), 114-120.
3030

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Essien, D. U. and Ebitu, E. T.(2004) Employee discipline in South-South socio-economic review’ A publication of Association of Nigeria Management in Academics. 1(1), 1-11.
3031

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo. E. O. (2006); Farmers Liquidity Value for Unused Credit and the Sustainability of Micro Finance Scheme in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture and Social Science 1813 – 2235/2006, Volume 2. No2. No 2, Pp 79 – 83. Pakistan
3032

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2006)Macro economics implication of privatization in Nigeria.Journal of Business and Social Sciences, 2, 230-36.
3033

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2008)Public policy and consumer protection.Nigeria in Journal of Business and Social Sciences, 3(1), 14-26.
3034

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2008)The effects of sales promotion on companies’ performance in Port Harcourt Metropolis: In African Business Review, 1 (1), 107 – 117.
3035

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2009)Corporate social responsibilities of marketing organisations in Nigeria:The way forward. Journal of Business and Finance, 2 (1), 212-221.
3036

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O. (2007); Consumers Preferences for Meat from Food Animals in the Niger Delta, Nigeria.Nigerian Journal of Animal Production2007, Volume 34(1): 113 – 120.
3037

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2009)The impact of culture on marketing strategy in Nigeria: A historical synthesis. Journal of Policy and Development Studies, 3 (2), 125 – 133
3038

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T., and Glory Basil (2010) Developing strategies for marketing financial products and services in Nigeria. Journal of Administrative Sciences, 1 (1), 115-130.
3039

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2009/2010) The legal – political environments of marketing in Nigeria: Current issues analysis: Nigerian Journal of Marketing, UNN, Enugu Campus, 5 (2), 81-91
3040

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ndem, S. E. and Ebitu, E. T. (2011) Violations of the code of advertising practice in Nigeria: a slap on consumer rights. Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies: A publication of the Faculty of Arts, University of Calabar, 15 (1), 87 – 102.
3041

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Eze, F. J., Ebitu, E. T. and Usoro, A. A. (2011)Creative advertising for small scale enterprise (SMEs) in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Management and Enterprises Development, 8 (2), 62-69
3042

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Olofu, M., Edu, G. O. and Ifere, B. (2009). Financing primary education through government and private partnership. Journal of Curriculum Organization of Nigeria, 13 (3)., 53-59.
3043

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. and Ettah, E. A. (January, 2013) Cooperative societies and community development in nigeria contemporary review of business and management sciences, 1(1), 70-78
3044

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. and Eze, F. J. (January, 2013) Social and cultural determinants of consumer behaviour: Implications for Marketing Concept in Nigeria. Contemporary Review of Business and Management Sciences, 1(1), 1-20
3045

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Ayang, E. E., Edu, D. O. and Edu, G. O. (2012). Child rearing pattern’s influence on examination malpractice and academic performance among secondary school students in Ikom Education zone, Cross River State. Journal of Resourcefulness and Distinction, 4 (1), 51-59.
3046

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Esu, B. B. and Ebitu, E. T., (2009)Promoting an emerging tourism destination. Global Journal of Management and Business Research, 10 (1), 21-28. Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar.
3047

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Edu, G. O. and Umoren, G. (2015). Gender influence on teachers’ perception of difficult concepts in Basic science in Cross River State: Implications for achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Journal of Curriculum Organization of Nigeria, 22 (1)., 178-197.
3048

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O. (2006); Strategy for Resilience of Micro Finance Schemes Serving the Artisanal Fishing Sub-Sector in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment – JAFE Volume 4 (2) : 261- 264.2006. Finland
3049

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Edu, G. O. Cornelius-Ukpepi and Ndifon R. A. (2016). Information and Communication Technology (ICT) integration into universal basic education for sustainable national development in Nigeria. Education for Today. 12 (2)., 43-51.
3050

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ibok, N. I. and Ebitu, E. T., (2011)Impact of culture on meat and related Food preferences in Akwa Ibom State in LWATT- A Journal of Contemporary Research, 8 (4), 234-240. Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar.
3051

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Edu, D. O., Edu, G. O. and Ayang, E. E. (2011). Globalization and its implications for education in Nigeria. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 2 (3)., 251-257.
3052

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2011)The Transforming of the oil producing states:The Roadmap to Peace in the Niger Delta: Global Journal of African Studies, 1 (1), 52-60 Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar.
3053

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O. (2008) Traditional Beliefs and Their Effects on Farm Output:Evidence from Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Agricultural Journal 3(3):176 - 180; March 2008.Pakistan
3054

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Edu, D. O., Edu, G. O. and Kalu, I. M. (2009). Influence of academic qualification and gender on teachers’ perception of difficult concepts in Primary Science in Ikom Educational Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria. Greener Journal of Educational Research, 2 (2)., 001-006.
3055

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T., Akpan, S. S. and Williams, E. E. (2011).Multivariate analysis of advertising and sales in Nigeria.Canadian Social Science, 7(4), 172-155. Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar.
3056

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Edu, D. O. and Edu, G. O. (2012). Vocational education of women: A tool for community and national development in Nigeria. Universal Journal of Management and Social Science, 2 (2)., 1-5.
3057

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T., Ibok, N. I and Mbum, P. A. (2012) ‘Factors affecting insurance consumption in Akwa Ibom State. Nigeria: Journal of Research. In International Business and Management, 2 (1), 323-328. Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar.
3058

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O. (2008) Agricultural Development in Nigeria; Efforts, Effects, and the Way forward. Agriculture and Rural Development . Afro – Euro Centre for Development Studies,. GR – 2671, Spain. Pp1 - 12 .August.
3059

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Edu, D. O. and Edu, G. O. (2013). Exploiting the vocational interest of the Nigerian child for informed choice of vocational careers. American International Journal of Contemporary Research, 3 (5)., 93-98.
3060

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T., Izogo, E. E. and Mbum, P. A. (2012) Stemming the incidence of poverty in Nigeria with marketing strategies. European Journal of Business and Management, 4 (9), 120-128- Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar.
3061

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T., Mbum, P. A. and Okon, A. E.(June, 2012).An exploration of emotional intelligence and market segmentation,targeting and positioning in selected central business districts in Nigeria.International Journal of Marketing Studies, 4(3), 173-185.Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar, AMICUS, CANADIANA, WORLDCAT
3062

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Edu, D. O., Edu, G. O. (2013). Attitude and experience as influencing variables of teachers’ perception of difficult concepts in Primary. International Education Research (Today Science), 1 (1)., 60-68.
3063

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O. (2008); Determinants of Success of Micro-Finance Schemes serving the Agricultural Sector in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Pakistan Journal of Social Science 5 (2): 173- 176, April – June, 2008, Pakistan.
3064

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Edu, D. O., Edu, G. O. and Achu, G. D (2016). Attitude of upper basic education teachers towards the use of multimedia instructional resources for enhancing learning in Calabar Education Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria. ISOR Journal of Research and Methods in Education, 6 (6)., 37-40.
3065

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Edu, G. O., Edu, D. O. and Sanda, A F. (2016). Upper Basic students’ perception of concepts as correlate of their academic achievement in Basic Science in Cross River State, Nigeria. Advances in Multidisciplinary and Scientific Research, 2 (4)., 103-108.
3066

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O., J. E. Otu, and M. G. Sampson (2008); Homogeneity in Group Membership Characteristics and Loan Recovery: Implications for Success of Formal-informal Sector Linkage in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. The Social Science 3 (1) 17 -22; January – March 2008,Pakistan.
3067

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Neji, H. A. and Edu, G. O. (2016). Use of environmental resources: Innovative teaching for enhancing pupils’ academic performance in Basic Science in Cross River State, Nigeria. Advances in Multidisciplinary and Scientific Research (AIMs) Journal, 2 (2)., 291-297.
3068

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T., Essien, E. E. and Glory, Basil (August, 2012) Price-quality dimensions of organisational buying behaviour in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Marketing studies, 4(4), 78-82. Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar, AMICUS, CANADIANA, WORLDCAT
3069

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Oko, B. A. and Edu, G. O. (2016). Primary school teachers’ perception of the benefits of information and communication technology in Ogoja Education Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Innovative Science, Engineering and Technology, 3 (8)., 271 -281
3070

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, Emmanuel O.(2008); Macroeconomic Environment and Agricultural Sector Growth in Nigeria. World Journal of Agricultural Sciences 4(6):781 – 786. Pakistan.
3071

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2012)Promoting ethical behaviour in nigeria and international markets International Journal of Innovation in Management Sciences, 4 (2), 126-130.
3072

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Edu, G. O. Nkpubre, U. and Oko, B. A. ( 2017). Perception of challenges inherent in the implementation of assessment for learning (AfL) among primary school mathematics teachers in Calabar Municipality, Cross River State, Nigeria. Digital Innovations Research Journal, 5 (4)., 15-22.
3073

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Ukwetang, J. O., Edu, G. O. and Ukah, J. U. (2017). An analysis of teaching method sin tourism related topics in Basic Education in Nigeria: A case study of Calabar Municipality, Cross River State. Advances in Multidisciplinary and Scientific Research Journal, 3 (4)., 87-92.
3074

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Domike, G. C., Edu, G. O. and Idaka, E. I. (2017). Teachers’ classroom management and pupils’ academic performance in social studies in Calabar, Metropolis, Cross River State, Nigeria. Humanities, Management, Arts, Education and the ‘social Sciences Journal, 5 (4)., 51-58.
3075

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Cornelius-Ukpepi, B. U., Edu, G. O. and Ndifon, R.A. (2017). Learner diversity and academic achievement of primary school pupils in Basic Science in Calabar Education Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria. Advances in Multidisciplinary and Scientific Research Journal, 3 (3)., 85-94.
3076

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Edu, G. O. (2018). Enhancing elementary education in Nigeria through Cloud Computing. Educational Extracts, 6 (2)., 24-35.
3077

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Edu, G. O. and Edu, D. O. (2016). Cloud computing: A support tool for enhancing educational advancement in Nigeria. Presented and published in the International Conference on Education Development and Innovation (INCEDI), 2016 Proceedings, held in Tang Palace, Accra, Ghana.
3078

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O. and I. A. Asuquo, (2011): Determinants of Allocation of Credit Reserve to Loans among Crop Farmers in Cross River State, Nigeria. The Indian Journal of Economics. Vol. XIC, Part IV Issue No 363,,Pp691 – 698.
3079

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Edu, G. O. (2015). Achieving pragmatic curriculum for primary, secondary and tertiary levels of education in Nigeria. In D. I. Denga (Ed.)., Educational fitness for sustainable developing in Nigeria. Calabar: Glad Tidings Press Ltd. 220-271.
3080

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Edu, D. O., Edu, G. O. and Ada, S. (2012). The need for integration of information and communication technology (ICT) into teacher training programmes in Nigeria. African Research Review, 6 (2)., 301-311.
3081

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Umoh, G. I. Awa, H. O and Ebitu, E. T. (2013)Markovian application to brand switching behaviour: A Survey of Toothpaste European Journal of Business and Management, 5 (22), 110-124. Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar.
3082

Dr. Grace Onya Edu

Edu, G. O. (2017). Demographic variables of experience and location as correlates of teachers’ perception of Basic Science concepts in Cross River State, Nigeria. In A.E.O. Esu, I. M. Kalu and C. C. Chukwurah (Eds.). Issues in education, science and technology. Calabar: Stifffaith Print and Suppliers Co., 153-163.
3083

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O.; H. I. Igwe and I. A. Asuquo, (2011); Nigerian Women, macroeconomic Environment and Agricultural Output Growth: Implications for the Attainment of the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) in 2015. Natura Journal vol. 17 No 6 Pp21 – 43, June 2013. Revista Academica, Mexico.
3084

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Glory, B., Etuk, E. J. and Ebitu, E. T., (2013)The Marketing mix elements as determinants of consumer choice of made-in-Nigeria shoes in Cross River State, Nigeria. European Journal of Business and Management, 5 (6), 141 - 147 Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar.
3085

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O.; Merrian A. Nwaogu and I. A. Asuquo (2013); Effectiveness of loan Delinquency Management Strategies of Formal Lenders among Farmers in Akwa Ibom State Nigeria. British Journal of Economics Management and Trade. 3(4) 550 – 562.
3086

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T., Kajang, J. L. and Basil, G. (2014)The impact of environmental public relations strategies in managing change for agricultural development in Nigeria. European Journal of Business Management, 6(29), 90-98 Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar.
3087

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Ajah E. A; E. O. Eyo and S. O. Abang (2013); Repayment Performance Among Cassava and Yam Farmers under the Nigerian Agricultural Bank Small Holder Loan Scheme in Cross River State, Nigeria, British Journal of Economics, Management and Trade 3(4);453 – 467, 2013.
3088

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E. O; U. I. Ofem and I. A. Asuquo; (2013); The Nature of Loan Transaction Costs Among Small Scale Farmers in Cross River State, Nigeria. Revistas Academica; Doriana Journal vol. 47 No 4,pp 1 – 25.April 2013, Mexico.
3089

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Ajah, E. A; E.O.Eyo, S. B. Ohen and I. A. Asuquo,(2014); Comparative Assessment of Loan Utilisation and Repayment by Small Scale Crops Versus Poultry Farmers in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Ecology 7(1), 38 – 49, Beijing, China.
3090

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Ajah, E. A, Eyo, E. O. and U. I. Ofem, (2014); Analysis of Credit Worthiness and Loan Repayment among Bank of Agriculture Loan Beneficiaries (poultry Farmers) in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Livestock Production, Vol. 5(9),pp155 – 164.
3091

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2014)Consumer rights, consumer protection and public policies in Nigeria: A critical review. International Business Research, 7 (12), 120-127 Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar.
3092

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2014).Marketing strategies and consumer satisfaction of cement products in Calabar, Nigeria. British Journal of Marketing Studies, 2(6), 52- 67 Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar.
3093

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2015).mpulse buying behaviour and demographic analysis among University of Calabar students, Nigeria. Journal of Marketing and Consumer Research. An International Peer-reviewed Journal. 17, 42-48. Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar.
3094

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

E.O. Eyo, I. A. Asuquo, U.I Ofem, And E. Ajah (2015); Agricultural Projects in Cross River State: Suggestion For Success Of The Value Addition Policy (Proceedings 16th Annual National Conference of The Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists 19th – 22nd October 2015).
3095

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T., Ufot, J. A and Olum, P.A (2015).Marketing problems and the performance of selected SMEs in southern senatorial district of Cross River State, Nigeria.American International Journal of Contemporary Research, 5(5), 70-76.Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar.
3096

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. and Beredugo, S. B (2015)Business ethics and the performance of service firms in Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria European Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 3(2), 28-38 Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar.
3097

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, E O. And S. Enimu (2015); Financing Agriculture To Support Economic Development In Nigeria: The Need For Banks To Re-Strategise (Proceedings 25th Annual National Conference “Faman- Dutse 2015” 23rd – 26th Nov. 2015).
3098

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Iheanacho, M. U. and Ebitu, E. T. (2016): Effects of industrial safety and health on employees job performance in selected cement companies in Cross River State,International Journal of Business and Management Review, 4(3), 49-56.Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar.
3099

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2016)The Impact of colonialism on the development of marketing in Nigeria: A Dyadic analysis. British Journal of Marketing Studies,4(2),1-7Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar.
3100

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T, Basil G. and Ufot, J. A(2016)An appraisal of Nigeria’s micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs): Growth, challenges and prospects. International Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship Research 4(4), 1-15.Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar.
3101

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Ajah, E. A., U. I. Ofem, I. A. Asuquo, E. O. Eyo, O. G. Edet, and H. B. Ekpenyong;[2016]; Credit Sources and poverty among rice farmers in Biase LGA of cross River State. [proceedings of the 17th annual conference of the Nigerian association of Agricultural Economics] pp44 – 50.
3102

Prof. Tom Ebitu Ezekiel

Ebitu, E. T. (2016) Marketing strategies and the performance of small and medium enterprises in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. British Journal of Marketing Studies. August 4 (5): 51-62 Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar.
3103

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Eyo, Emmanuel O. (2017); Impact of Sciences, Technology and Innovation on the Development of Agriculture and Agro – allied Industries in Cross River State, Nigeria. (Paper presented during the local study tour by staff and Participants of the Senior Executive Course[SEC39] of the National Institute of Policy and Strategic studies, Kuru. May,1, 2017).
3104

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Asuguo I.A., Akpan, A.N. Enimu, S., and Eyo, E.O. (2017) Analysis of Business Risks in Fast Food Firms in Calabar Metropolis, Cross River State, Nigeria. Perex journal of busuness and finance, 3(4);034 - 041
3105

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Etim, I.J., Eyo, E.O. and Enimu, S., (2017), Analysis of small scale farmers access to formal financial services in Calabar River State, Nigeria. Donnish Journal of Agricultural Research 4(2): 009 – 011.
3106

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Enimu, S. Eyo, O.E and Ofem I.U (2017), Loan Recovery Performance of Group – Based Micro Credit Institutions in Delta State, Nigeria. Saudi Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 2 (10). 892 – 897.
3107

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Enimu, S., Eyo. O.E and Ajah A.E. (2017) Determinants of Loan Repayment Among Agricultural Micro Credit Finance Group Members in Delta State, Nigeria. Financial Innovation 3 (21), 1 – 12.
3108

Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

Enimu S., Eyo. O. E and Edet, O.G. (2017), Determinants of Savings Mobilization Among Agricultural Micro Credit Finance Group Members in Delta State, Nigeria. Russian Journal of Agriculture and Socio Economic Science 5 (65) 100-106.
3109

Dr. Ben E. Odigbo

Odigbo, B. (2007), “Conflict management in Nigerian political environment: public relations strategies.” Ikechukwu Nwosu (ed.), Nigerian perspectives in public relations – NIPR Public relations management and practice series, 2, 201.
3110

Dr. Ben E. Odigbo

Odigbo, B. and Oraka, B. (2007), “Poverty alleviation, democracy sustenance and human development” In; Communication for Sustainable Human Development, Nwosu I.E, Fab-Ukozor, N.T. and Nwodu L.C. (eds.), Enugu: African Council for Communications Education.
3111

Dr. Ben E. Odigbo

Odigbo, B.(2004),“Godfatherism and conflicts resolutions in Nigerian political system”,In:Communications,Media and Conflict Management in Nigeria, Ikechukwu Nwosu and Des Wiloson(eds.),Enugu: ACCA and Prime Targets Limited.
3112

Dr. Ben E. Odigbo

Odigbo, B.(2003).Role of public relations and the mass media in building and sustaining democracy in Nigeria.Polimedia:Media and Politics in Nigeria,Ikechukwu Nwosu(ed.),Enugu:ACCE and Prime Targets limited,174 -182.
3113

Dr. Ben E. Odigbo

Odigbo, B. and Uche Ugwuanyi (2012), A critical analysis of public relations strategies for effective citizens’ participation in rebranding Nigeria for economic development. Jounal of Business Studies and Research, 9(6), 262.
3114

Dr. Ben E. Odigbo

Odigbo, B. and Ugwuanyi, Uche (2010). Deploying health marketing as a tool for the prevention of communicable diseases among urban and rural dwellers in Nigeria. ESUT Journal of Management Sciences, 5(2), 222.
3115

Dr. Ben E. Odigbo

Odigbo, B. (2003), Terrorism, wars and the middle east crisis: public relations recipes for achieving global peace. Journal of Public Relations Management, 1(3), 20 - 25.
3116

Dr. Ben E. Odigbo

Odigbo, B. (2001), Public relations strategies for combating the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Africa, Journal of Public Relations Management, 1(2), 42 - 46.
3117

Dr. Ben E. Odigbo

Odigbo, B. (2000). Public relations techniques for arresting ethnic clashes/conflicts in Nigeria. Journal of Public Relations Management, 1(2),35 - 37.
3118

Dr. Ben E. Odigbo

Odigbo, B. (2000). The role of public relations in curbing sex export and its negative effects on Nigeria’s National Image/Reputation. Journal of Public Relations Management, 1(1), 22 – 27.
3119

Dr. Ben E. Odigbo

Odigbo, B. (2000). The role of public relations in curbing sex export and its negative effects on Nigeria’s National Image/Reputation. Journal of Public Relations Management, 1(1), 22 – 27.
3120

Dr. Ben E. Odigbo

Odigbo, B. (2009). Dynamic community relations strategies for the management of environmental conflicts and crises in the Niger Delta Region. Journal of Environmental Management and Safety (JEMS) 1 (1), 1-14.
3121

Dr. Ben E. Odigbo

Odigbo, B. (2007). A comparative study of ICT resources in corporate reputation management by Nigerian organizations. NIPR Public Relations Journal, 3(2),185-194..
3122

Dr. Ben E. Odigbo

Odigbo, B. (2004), A study of the effectiveness of communications media/messages used in promoting small and medium-scale enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria. The Nigerian Journal of Communication, 1(4), 113-120.
3123

Dr. Ben E. Odigbo

Odigbo, B. (2002). A comparative study of the use of force/law courts and public relations strategies in combating drug abuse/illicit trades in Nigeria. The Nigerian Journal of Communications, 1(2), August, p.68 - 82.
3124

Dr. Ben E. Odigbo

Ekemezie, L. I., Odigbo, B.E. and Aniuga, C. (2017). Appraisal of marketing communication tools for effective country rebranding campaign of Nigeria. International Affairs and Global Strategy, 55, 7-13.
3125

Dr. Ben E. Odigbo

Odigbo, B. E., Samaila, M. and Effiong, E. O. (2017). Assessment of marketing communications for the prevention and control of malaria in Nigeria. Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare, 7(14), 14-21.
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Dr. Ben E. Odigbo

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