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Dr. Sunday David Edinyang

Associate Professor
Social Science Education
sundaydavidedinyang@unical.edu.ng

I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Social Science Education, Faculty of Education, University of Calabar.

Unimna, F. A, and Edinyang, S. D. (2010). Effect of General and Specific Behavioural Objectives on Students’ Achievement Prior to Instruction in Socials studies. Global Journal of Educational Research, 9(1 and 2),85 – 90. China.


Edinyang, S. D. (2012). The Erosion of Family Values in Nigeria: Any Hope for future Generation. Journal of complementary Reflection. 2(1):117-123. Ghana


Edinyang, S. D. (2012). Conflict Management in family. Research on humanities and Social Science 2(8)40-52. America


Edinyang, S. D. (2012). The Role of family in Enhancing Peace in Nigeria. Research on humanities and social science. 2(7). 37-40. United State of America.


Edinyang S. D., Ubi. I. E. and Adalikwu, R. A. (2012). Relative effectiveness of inquiry and expository methods of teaching Social studies on Academic performance of secondary students in Akwa Ibom State. Journal of Education and practice 3(15) 132-135, America.


Edinyang, S. D., Iwara E. U. and Adalikwu S. R. (2012). Teaching Social Studies in a culturally Diverse Society. African Journal, Philosophy and society. 2(1) 1-4, Ghana


Edinyang, S. D., Iwara E. U. and Adalikwu A. (2012). Solving Teenage Sexuality through the Instrumentality of Social Studies Education in Nigeria. African Journal of Culture, Philosophy and Society. 2(1). Ghana


Unimna, F. A, and Edinyang, S. D. (2012).Social Studies Education as Panacea for Secondary Challenges in Nigeria. Annals of Modern Education, 4(1),149 – 156. China


Unimna, F. A. and Edinyang, S. D. (2012). Problems and Prospects of Implementation Social Studies Curriculum in Elementary Schools in Nigeria. Annals of Modern Education, 4(1), 157-165. China.https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ame/article/view/98233


Edinyang, S. D., Ubi, I. E., and Unimke, Sylvester A. (2013) The Role of Social Studies in Stemming Militancy and Terrorism in Nigeria. Journal of complementary Reflection. 3(1):107-111, Ghana.


Edinyang S. D., Ubi, I. E. and Yaro L. (2013). Divorce: A Social Menace. International Journal of Asian Social Science 3(3) 772-782. Asia


Fan, Fan Akpan, Usoro, Sunday Udoh, Edinyang, S. D. (2007) Towards the


Fan, Fan Akpan, Usoro, Sunday Udoh, Edinyang, S. D. (2007) Towards the enhancement of population and family life education for Nigerians. Zimbabwe Journal of Education Research. Vol 19, Issue 3, Pg 195-200http://scholar.google.com/scholar_url=https://opendocs.ids.ac.uk/opendocs/bitstream/handle/123456789/6533/Fan,%20Usoro%20%26%20%20Edinyang%20%20%20ZJER%20%20vol.%2019,%20no.%203.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y


Edinyang S. D., Eneji C. O., Tijani O. A., Dunnamah A. Y. (2013)Environmental and Social Studies Education: A collaborative Approach towards building and Environmentally friendly society. International Research Journal. 4(3) 222-2226.https://www.interesjournals.org/articles/environmental-and-social-studies-education-a-collaborative-approach-towards-building-an-environmentally-friendly-society.pdf

Edinyang S. D. and Effiom V. N. (2017). Social Studies Teaching Resources in the 21st Century. International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology Research. 3(4) 8-14.www.eajournals.org/wp.../Social-Studies-Teaching-Resources-in-the-21st-Century.pdf

Edinyang, S. D. and Njok P. C. (2014) Social Cultural factors Affecting the Teaching and Learning of Social Studies in Nigeria.www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JEP/article/viewFile/15271/15637

Edinynag, S. D. and Ubi, I. E. (2013). Effect of Strike Action on Human Development Among Social Studies Secondary School Students in Uyo Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Human Resources Management. 1(2)1-8. United Kingdom.http://scholar.google.com/scholar_url?url=http://www.eajournals.org/wp-content/uploads/EFFECT-OF-STRIKE-ACTION-ON-HUMAN-DEVELOPMENT-AMONG-SOCIAL.pdf

Edinyang, S. D. and Opoh, F. A. (2014). A Comparative Analysis of the Indigenous and the Present Elementary Education Social Studies Curriculum in Nigeria. Researchjournal’s Journal of Education. 5(2): 1-7. USAhttp://www.researchjournali.com/pdf/643.pdf

Ntamu, G. U., Abia O. T., Edinyang, S. D. Eneji Chris-Valentine Ogar (2014). Religion in Nigeria Political space; Implication for sustainable national Development. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Science 4(9) 301-318. USAhttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Chris_Valentine_Eneji/publication/287696914_Religion_in_Nigerian_Political_Space_Implication_for_Sustainable_National_Development/links/56b8559908ae3c1b79b1f895/Religion-in-Nigerian-Political-Space-Implication-for-Sustainable-National-Development.pdf

Opoh, F. A., Edinyang, S. D. and Ogbaji, D. I. (2014). Introduction of Social Studies Education in Nigeria Schools: A Success or a Failure. International Journal of Education and Research 4(2):1-8. USAhttp://www.ijern.com/journal/April-2014/13.pdf

Edinyang, S. D.; Nsek, I. E.; Effiom V. N., (2014). Alcoholism and the Spread of H.I.V in Calabar Municipality of Cross River State, Nigeria. International Review of Social Science. 2 (8) 251-256. Pakistanhttp://irss.academyirmbr.com/papers/1409651872.pdf

Edinyang, S. D. and Unimke S. A. (2014). Formal and Informal Social Studies Curriculum in Nigeria. Journal of Educational and practice 5.(15) 195-200, United States of America.http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JEP/article/view/13030

Oyibe, O. A., Edinyang, S. D. and Effiom, V. N. (2015). Self –Directed Learning Strategy: A tool for promoting critical thinking and problem solving skills among social studies students. 108R Journal of VLSl and Signal Processing 5 (3) 2319-4197, India.https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ogene_Oyibe/publication/278571968_Self-Directed_Learning_Strategy_A_Tool_for_Promoting_Critical_Thinking_and_Problem_Solving_Skills_among_Social_Studies_Students/links/55815c7708ae47061e5fa31f.pdf

Edinyang, S. D. and Adie, B. A. (2015). Repositioning Social Studies Education towards school security in Nigeria Schools. International journal of international relations, media and mass communication studies 1(3) 23-29. United Kingdom.http://www.eajournals.org/wp-content/uploads/Repositioning-Social-Studies-Education-towards-School-Security-in-Nigeria-Schools1.pdf

Ntamu G. U, Eneji, C.V. O, Omang, T. A, Edinyang, S. D. (2015). Religion: A Curse or a Blessing for National integration and Development in Nigeria: Boko Haram in Perspective. Journal of Sociological Research 4(1)36-376. United State of Americahttp://www.macrothink.org/journal/index.php/jsr/article/view/3616


Edinyang, S. D., Odey, Clarence Odey,

Edinyang, S. D., Odey, Clarence Odey, and Gimba, Joseph (2015). Academic factors and graduate employability in Nigeria. Global Journal of Human Resource Management. 3(5) 9-17. United Kingdom.http://www.eajournals.org/wp-content/uploads/Academic-Factors-and-Graduate-Employability-in-Nigeria.pdf

Edinyang, S. D., Tandu, M. A. and Gimba Joseph (2015). The Role of Social Studies in the Promotion of Inter-ethnic understanding among the People of Nigeria. International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology Research 1(3) 1-7 United Kingdom.http://www.eajournals.org/wp-content/uploads/The-Role-of-Social-Studies-in-the-Promotion-of-Inter-Ethnic-Understanding-Among-the-People-of-Nigeria.pdf
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