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Prof. Chike Augustine Ekeopara

Professor
Religious and Cultural Studies
chikeekeopara@unical.edu.ng

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Ekeopara C. A. (2008). An evaluation of the structure, dynamics and personality development in Erickson’s psycho-social theory of ego development. African Pentecost: Journal of Theology, Psychology and Social Work, 2(2): 2–9.


Ekeopara, C. A. (2006). Human life and existence as the highest value in Igbo cosmology. African Journal of Religion, Culture and Society. 1(1):14–18.


Ekeopara, C. A. (2006). The Earth divinity as agent of moral order in Owerri traditional religion. African Journal of Religion, Culture and Society. 1(1): 96–100.


Ekeopara, Chike A. (2006). Traditional ethics and social stability: The African experience. Sophia: An African Journal of Philosophy (AJOL). 9(1):143–147.


Ekeopara, Chike A. (2007). Traditional authority and socio-political stability in Owerri. Flash: Journal of the Department of Philosophy and Religion. 1(1): 39–50.


Ekeopara, C. A. (2012). The Impact of the extended family system on socio-ethical order in Igboland. American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities. 2(4):262–267.


Ekeke, E. C. and Ekeopara C. A. (2010). Phenomenological approach to the study of religion: a historical perspective. European Journal of Scientific Research. 44(2):266-274


Ekeke, E. C. and Ekeopara C. A. (2010). God, divinities and spirits in African traditional religious ontology. American Journal of Social and Management Science. 1(2):209–218.


Ekeopara, C. A. and Ekeke E. C. (2011). The relevance of African Traditional Religion in an HIV/AIDS environment. Research Journal of International Studies. 19:43-52.


Peter, M. N. and Ekeopara, C. A. (2012). “Brain Drain” Implication for economic growth in Nigeria. American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities. 2(2):41–47.


Ekeopara, C. A. and Ogbonnaya, U. L. (2014). Traditional ethics and the maintenance of social order in the Nigerian society. European Scientific Journal. 10(29):34-46.


Ekeopara, C. A. (2016) Shrine as the tribunal of justice in Igboland. American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities. 6(1): 639-647.


Ekeopara, C. A. and Ogbonnaya, L. U. (2016) A comparative analysis of the political structure of Ancient Athens and traditional Igbo Society. American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities 6 (2): 692-705.


Ekeopara, C. A. and Ugoha, A. M. I. (2017). The contributions of African traditional medicine to Nigeria’s healthcare delivery system. Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS).22(5):32–43.


Ekeopara, C. A. and Ekpenyong, E. O. (2016). African Traditional Religion and Development in Nigeria. Research Journal on Humanities and Social Sciences. 6(22).


Ekeopara, C. A. (2004). The symbolism of kolanut ritual in Igbo traditional religion and culture. NDUNODE: Calabar Journal of the Humanities. 5(1):137–147.


Ekeopara, C. A. (2006). A reflection on the African concept of sin, sickness and disease in the context of HIV/AIDS pandemic. Sophia: An African Journal of Philosophy (AJOL). 8(2): 70–76.


Ekeopara, C. A., Akpan, C. O. and Ogbonnaya, L. U. (2016). An evaluation of some philosophical problems in anthropology. Sankofa: Journal of Humanities 5(1): 40-59.


Ekeopara, C. A. and Utre, Eno Iwara (2016). Religion, Terrorism and Sustainable Development in Africa. Sankofa: Journal of the Humanities, 5(1): 15–27.


Ekeopara, C. A. (2011). Constitutionalism and Sharia Law in Nigeria: Implications for National Development. in E.J.C. Duru, M. Ikejiani-Clark and D. O. Mbat (Eds). Contemporary Issues in Public Administration. Calabar: BARR Publishers. 176–187.


Ekeopara, C. A. and P. U. Bassey. (2002). The impact of Islamic and Western Education on the traditional Nigerian education. in P. N. Asuquo (Ed). Traditional Education in Nigeria: An introduction. Calabar: NIVS Publishers. 312-325.


Ekeopara, Chike A. (2009). Axiology and epistemology in love relationships: The substitute and wedlock of the gods. In Esekong Andrew and Babson Ajibade (eds). The Dramaturgy of Liberation and Survival. Festschrift Essays on Chris Nwamuo’s Scholarship. University of Calabar Press.245 – 248.

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17th National Delegates Conference of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU)
17th National Delegates Conference of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) held at ASUU National Secretariat Complex, University of Abuja, Abuja.
Start: Tuesday 29th May, 2012
End: Sunday 3rd June, 2012
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) on Anti-Corruption Education
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) on Anti-Corruption Education held in Vienna, Austria.
Start: Monday 11th August, 2014
End: Wednesday 13th August, 2014
No Results for Grants/Awards Received