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African Journal of Humanities and Contemporary Education Research (AJHCER) is a peer-reviewed academic Journal that covers the various areas of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Educational Research.  The journal is published online quarterly (March, June, September, and December).

Submissions are welcome from the broad field of humanities, social science, economics, political science, philosophy, history, sociology, journalism, educational sciences, cross-cultural studies, demography, development studies, linguistics, library science, media studies, public administration, literature, paralegal, performing arts, religious studies, visual arts, gender studies, international relations, development studies, population studies, social welfare, and anthropology. 

Vol. 15 No. 1 (2024)

Published: 2024-05-31



Governance, Corruption and Underdevelopment in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic

Namo, Innocent Benjamin, Agwadu, Lhebade , Amakoromo, Woyimo Timi (Author)
  • Abstract: 29  
  • PDF: 19  
  • Pages: 44-59

Impact of Information Technology on Teaching and Learning

A Focus on Hybrid Teaching Mode

Nancy Ngozi Obinna, Bharadawaj Thuraka, Oluwatobiloba Okusi (Author)
  • Abstract: 55  
  • PDF: 14  
  • Pages: 119-130

Mechanisms for Socio-Political Cohesion and National Development in Post-Civil War Nigeria

Morgan Ogbonna (Author)
  • Abstract: 22  
  • PDF: 6  
  • Pages: 01-23

Analysing Metaphor and Implicature in Poetry

A Study of Obari Gomba's Eleme and Lines on Ten Places

Ebidenyefa Charity Nikade, PhD (Author)
  • Abstract: 24  
  • PDF: 44  
  • Pages: 78-86

An Ethical Evaluation of Savings and Cooperative Societies in Ukum and Katsina-Ala Local Government Areas of Benue State

Rev. Dr. Isaiah Sughnen Asen, Rev. Dr. Joel Terkura Uto (Author)
  • Abstract: 16  
  • PDF: 9  
  • Pages: 87-105

An Evaluation of the Socio-Economic Implications of the Parable of the Unfaithful Servant in Luke 16:1-12

Prof. Igbakua Iorjaah, Manasseh Terhile Adagba (Author)
  • Abstract: 14  
  • PDF: 5  
  • Pages: 60-77

Effects of Concept Attainment Strategy on Academic Achievement and Interest of Secondary School Students in Chemistry in North East, Nigeria

Dr. Umar Mohammed Kani, Dahiru Ahmad Muhammad, Haruna Sa’idu Pali (Author)
  • Abstract: 21  
  • PDF: 20  
  • Pages: 106-118

Utilization of Available Learning Resources in Teaching and Learning of Mechanical Craft Practices in Government Technical Colleges in Rivers State

Bassey, Imaobong Sunday, Ajie, Prince Maduabuchukwu (PhD) (Author)
  • Abstract: 9  
  • PDF: 3  
  • Pages: 131-145

Effect of Healthcare Professionals’ Knowledge and Attitude Towards Reporting Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR) in Military and Paramilitary Hospitals in Enugu, Nigeria

Eselojor Gift Onyeye, Agbo Ishmael Umunnakwe, Dr. Maryjoy Umoke (Author)
  • Abstract: 33  
  • PDF: 14  
  • Pages: 23-43

Human Development and Technological Innovations: Veritable Tools for Sustainable National Development

A Moral Perspective

Ijeoma Ene (Author)
  • Abstract: 14  
  • PDF: 9  
  • Pages: 176-185

An Agile Web-Based System for Planning and Managing Examinations in Nigeria

A Case Study of Federal University of Technology, Owerri

Ebiringa, O.T., Asiegbu, B.C., Amadi, E.C., Ikerionwu, C.O. (Author)
  • Abstract: 13  
  • PDF: 7  
  • Pages: 146-164

Time Management and Effective Teaching in Senior Public Secondary Schools in River State

Nweke, Emmanuel Onyekachi (PhD), Osakwe Mariam-Aminabo (PhD) (Author)
  • Abstract: 16  
  • PDF: 6  
  • Pages: 203-224

Effect of Metacognitive Instructional Strategy on Achievement and Self-Esteem in Basic Science in Nasarawa State, Nigeria

ISAH, Amina (PhD), Philip Aku Eggon (PhD), Justina T. Dibilang (Author)
  • Abstract: 5  
  • PDF: 13  
  • Pages: 165-175
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Community Development

Corporate Social Responsibility as a Stimulant for Community Development: Insights from Selected Communities in Uitenhage, South Africa

This study sought to elicit stakeholders' perceptions of the role of corporates in engendering community development. To achieve this, the study relied on a qualitative research approach, which enabled the researcher to collect data from community members and selected officials using focus group discussions and interviews.



Public Health Education

Spatial Spread of Diphtheria and Public Health Engagement in Nigeria: A Review

Diphtheria is a potentially fatal and highly contagious vaccine-preventable disease that spreads between people mainly by direct contact or through the air via respiratory droplets. The disease can affect all age groups; however, unimmunized children are particularly at risk. This article examines the spatial spread of diphtheria in Nigeria.