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Dr. Felix Eja Ojong

SENIOR LECTURER
Sociology
ejaojong@unical.edu.ng

Rev. Fr. Dr, OJONG, FELIX EJA is a Lecturer of Development Sociology/Social Anthropology in the, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Calabar, Calabar. He holds a Ph.D from University of Uyo (2012). He is the current Acting Head of Department (2017 – 2019) in Sociology Department. A member of Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Practitioners Association of Nigeria (NASA).His current research is on Ethno-Tribal Alienation, Anti-Bullet Charms and Other Factors in The Resurgence of Militancy In The Niger Delta Region of Nigeria (Duration of Implementation: July 2017 – June 2018, 12 months). He has successfully supervised 2 Ph.Ds and 4 M.Scs. e-mail: ejaojong3@unical.edu.ng, +2348034717696.

Emmanuel, B. E., and Ojong, F. E. (2009). An Expose of The Concept of Witchcraft in African (Efik and Ejagham) Thought System. The International Researcher.(1) 3.


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 Accelerating Global Knowledge Creation and Sharing.


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.


Ingwe, R., Ushie, E. M., Ojong, F. E. and Isaac, O (2009). Pursuing Sustainable Development Through Agroforestry in Nigeria: Geodemographic and Spatial Analyses of Agroforestry Implementation in 36 States and Capital Territory.


Ingwe, R., Ushie, E. M., Ojong, F. E. and Isaac, O (2009). Pursuing Sustainable Development Through Agroforestry in Nigeria: Geodemographic and Spatial Analyses of Agroforestry Implementation in 36 States and Capital Territory. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa. (11) 4-133.


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 (JETERAPS). (3) 4,426 – 432


Ojong, F. E., and Ukwayi, K. J. (2014). Assessing the Determinants of Drugs Use and Abuse Among gender in A Residential Neighbourhood of Calabar South Local Government Area, Nigeria. Academic Research International. (5) 4,473-480.


Emmanuel, B. E., and Ojong, F. E. (2008). Peace and Conflict Resolution as a Foundation for National Development. An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs.(11) 1.


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.(1) 7.


Ingwe, R., Chibueze, C. C. I. and Ojong, F.E. (2010). Neoliberal Globalization, Financial and Economic Crisis and Sustainable Development in Africa. The IUP Journal of Governance and Public Policy. (5) 4, 31-62.


Ukwayi, K. J., Eja E. E., Ojong, F. E and Judith, E. O. (2012). An Assessment of Housing Delivery in Nigeria: Federal Mortgage Bank Scenario. Canadian Social Science. (8) 6.68-74.


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 Accelerating Global Knowledge Creation and Sharing. United Kingdom. (2) 8, 74-80.


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.


Bessong, F. E. and Ojong, F. E. (2009). Students’ Entry Qualifications and The Performance in Teaching Practice: The UNICAL Experience. The International Researcher.(1) 3,


Bessong, F. E. and Ojong, F. E. (2009). Supervision as An Instrument of Teaching – Learning Effectiveness; Challenge for The Nigeria Practice. Global Journal of Educational Research.(8)15-27.


Ejar, F.B., Felix Ojong and Bassey, J. 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 and Education. (2) 1,83-92.


Ingwe, R., Ojong, F. E., Ushie,E. M., and Mboto, W. A. (2009). Improving Sustainable Urban Development Through Energy Transition in Nigeria. The Icfai University Journal of Governance and Public Policy. (4) 3-4.


Ejar, F. B., Bassey, J. E. and Ojong, F. E. (2016). Learning Strategies in teaching Science Through Information and Communication Technology. International Journal of Innovative Research in Education, Technology and Social Sciences. (2)1,34-49.


Ojong, F. E., Ejar, F. B. and Bassey, J. E. (2016). Manpower Development Stratedies 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.


Ejar, F. B., Ojong, F. E. and Oqua, P. E. (2016). Investigating Mathematics Teacher’s Perception of ICT Usefulness as An Instructional Tool For Teaching and Learning Mathematics in Secondary Schools in Cross River State. International Journal of Development Strategies in Humanities, Management and Social Sciences (IJDSHMSS). (1),21-28.


Ejar, F. B., Ojong, F. E and Bassey, J (2017). Enhancing gender Equity in mathematics Through the Use of gender Sensitization Strategy (GSS). International Journal of Advanced Research in Social Sciences and Technology (IJRSSEST) (3) 85-95.


Ojong,F. E., and Ejar, F. B (2017). Corruption and Infrastructure in Africa: Challenges for Integrated Sustainable Development Strategies in Humanities, Management and Social Sciences (IJDSHMSS). (7),103-111.


Anam, B. E., Eteng, F. O., and Ojong, F. E. (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 Enterprises Studies. (2) 2,



Ojong, F. E., Ejar, F. B., 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.


Ukwayi, K. J., Ojong, F. B., 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.


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 (IOSR-JHSS).(23),2 24-29.

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An Appraisal of the Universal Basic Education (UBE) in Boki LGA of Cross River State
(2015). An Appraisal of the Universal Basic Education (UBE) in Boki LGA of Cross River State: Implications for National Development. African Regional Research Conference on Sustainable Development Strategies. Theme: Contemporary Issues and Challenges in African Development Patterns; Multi-Disciplinary Assessments. Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya. 1st – 3rd December, 2015
Start: Tuesday 1st December, 2015
End: Thursday 3rd December, 2015
Development Administration and Emerging Urban Cities in Nigeria
(2017). Development Administration and Emerging Urban Cities in Nigeria: Issues, Challenges and Prospects to Address Insecurity. African – EU Development Conference on Policy and Strategies Towards Economic Diversification in Africa: Identifying New Opportunities. University of Ghana, Accra 19th – 201th July, 2017. - Paper II: Integrated Development through Infrastructure and Socio Economic Wellbeing of Rural Dwellers in Nigeria.
Start: Wednesday 19th July, 2017
End: Thursday 20th July, 2017
The Sustainability of Managing Education in Nigeria for Economic Security. 3rd League of African Development Experts’ Conference
(2016). The Sustainability of Managing Education in Nigeria for Economic Security. 3rd League of African Development Experts’ Conference (March 31st – April 1st, 2016) At Ebonyi State University, Abakiliki - Nigeria. Integration of Information
Start: Thursday 31st March, 2016
End: Friday 1st April, 2016
Developing the Nigerian Rural Economy Through Industrialization
(2018). Developing the Nigerian Rural Economy Through Industrialization: International Interdisciplinary Research and Development Conference – Kenyatta University Conference Centre (KUCC) Kenyatta University, Nairobi – East Africa. – May 29-31 2018
Start: Tuesday 29th May, 2018
End: Thursday 31st May, 2018
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