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  • 1. HALITOSIS AMONG STUDENT IN SHEHU IDRIS COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY,...
    »     CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Halitosis or most commonly bad breath are terms used to describe noticeably unpleasant odor exhaled in breathing (Gage, 2007). Halitosis can be important social problem in which the standard dental treatment and mouth wash that are often recommended provide only temporary relief. The smell is from an oral source due to bacterial activities (R...Continue Reading »

    68 pages |  99 engagements | 

  • 2. AESTHETICS OF RESISTANCE IN TANURE OJAIDE’S THE ACTIVIST AND HELON HABILA’S ...
    » AESTHETICS OF RESISTANCE IN TANURE OJAIDE’S THE ACTIVIST AND HELON HABILA’S WAITING FOR AN ANGEL   CHAPTER ONE 1.0       GENERAL INTRODUCTION …art has a purpose. I believe in the social status of art…it must be used to advance the cause of humanity… I believe that if art has any sake at all, it is humanity…I am a humanist. The content is as important as the work. A work of art i...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  206 engagements | 

  • 3. THE OSUN OSOGBO FESTIVAL: ITS FUNCTIONS AND AESTHETICS.
    »   CHAPTER ONE 1.1     Introduction              Festival is an event usually set by a local community. It centres on and some unique Aspects of that community. It is a set of activities and practice designed to entertain the People of that particular community.             Among many religions, a ‘feast’ is a set celebration in honour of God or gods. A Feast and a f...Continue Reading »

    48 pages |  209 engagements | 

  • 4. THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN THE SOCIO- ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA AS IN THE JOYS O...
    » THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN THE SOCIO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA AS IN THE JOYS OF MOTHERHOOD BY BUCHI EMECHETA   CHAPTER ONE               GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.0       BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Traditionally the experience of marriage and motherhood dominates the life and identity of women in Africa.Women were left behind to mind the home and children.Traditionally it is believ...Continue Reading »

    54 pages |  206 engagements | 

  • 5. THE ROMANTIC PHILOSOPHY IN THE POETRY OF WILLIAM WORDSWORTH AND SAMUEL TAYLOR CO...
    » The romantic philosophy in the poetry of william wordsworth and samuel taylor coleridge   CHAPTER ONE 1.0       INTRODUCTION The  early Romantic period coincides with what is often called the “Age of Revolutions” including of course, the American (1778) and the French (1789) revolutions an age of upheavals in political, economic and social traditions. The age which witnessed the initia...Continue Reading »

    57 pages |  162 engagements | 

  • 6. THE USE OF LOCALLY OBTAINED RUBBER LATEX AS BINDER IN PAINT FORMULATION
    » THE USE OF LOCALLY OBTAINED RUBBER LATEX AS BINDER IN PAINT FORMULATION    CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION The origin of paint and painting started thousands of yeas ago.   It can be rightly said that the desire to decorate their mummies sparked of this concept in Egypt around 15,000. Since then, this practice has gradually developed through many stages until modern concept of paint and painting came ...Continue Reading »

    83 pages |  163 engagements | 

  • 7. THEMATIC EXPLORATION OF BUCHI EMECHETA THE JOYS OF MOTHERHOOD AND SECOND CLASS C...
    » Thematic exploration of buchi emecheta the joys of motherhood and second class citizen   CHAPTER ONE   General INTRODUCTION   1.1     Background to the study Feminist movement emerged in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in Europe and America respectively. Before this time, women were regarded as the oppressed group. Women have contributed a great deal to industrial activities with th...Continue Reading »

    61 pages |  172 engagements | 

  • 8. THEME OF VENGEANCE IN WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S HAMLET AND MERCHANT OF VENICE.
    » THEME OF VENGEANCE IN WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S    HAMLET AND MERCHANT OF VENICE.   CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Vengeance is depicted in William Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Merchant of Venice the major theme was a social phenomenon during Shakespeare’s days. England then was a proud nation and Queen Elizabeth who was the symbol of England would not tolerate her rivals. She destroyed her enemies an...Continue Reading »

    79 pages |  203 engagements | 

  • 9. THEMES AND IMAGERY IN SELECTED ROMANTIC POEMS.
    »     CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION                                Nature is not the ultimate reality, but it has a valuable role                                to play in the life of man. It is a real and not a deceptive                                structure of forms and forces, it displays sublime order   ...Continue Reading »

    52 pages |  183 engagements | 

  • 10. TRADITIONAL AESTHETICS TRANSFER AND THE AFRICAN NOVELISTS: A STUDY OF ACHEBE’S...
    »   CHAPTER ONE 1.1    INTRODUCTION Reading through African novels, this research work was triggered by a lot of borrowing from oral traditional aesthetics into the written form by African novelists. The transfer of traditional aesthetics is a common feature in African novels. According to Bodunde (2001) “…. aesthetic transfer investigates the transformation of different aspects of indigenou...Continue Reading »

    55 pages |  185 engagements | 

  • 11. TRADITIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN OMU-ARAN DURING THE COLONIAL ERA
    » TRADITIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN OMU ARAN DURING                                  THE COLONIAL ERA                                                                   CHAPTER ONE     1.1    INTRODUCTION: Omu Aran is the most populous and largest town in igbominaland of kwara state. The town was originally called “Omu” but was later ...Continue Reading »

    52 pages |  162 engagements | 

  • 12. TRADITIONAL MARRIAGE AMONG IBIAKU CLAN IN MKPAT ENIN LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF AK...
    » TRADITIONAL MARRIAGE AMONG IBIAKU CLAN IN MKPAT ENIN LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF AKWA IBOM STATE 1900 2000.     CHAPTER ONE 1.0                                 INTRODUCTION 1.1    BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY             Marriage is an important institution worldwide particularly in Africa. For its importance, marriage has been categorized differently; we hav...Continue Reading »

    56 pages |  143 engagements | 

  • 13. UTOPIANISM AND CHARATERISATION IN AMINATASOWFALL’S THE BEGGER’S STRIKE AND ...
    » UTOPIANISM AND CHARATERISATION IN AMINATASOWFALL’S THE BEGGER’S STRIKE AND SEMBENEOUSMANE’S XALA     CHAPTER ONE Introduction Though a lot of people have written Utopianism and characterization, but this research work is to assess Utopianism in Aminata Sowfall’s The Beggars Strike and Sembene Ousmane’s Xala through the use of characterization.             Hegel’s in the ph...Continue Reading »

    31 pages |  165 engagements | 

  • 14. COMPETENCE AND COMPELLABILITY: IS CHILD EVIDENCE ADMISSIBLE?
    » COMPETENCE AND COMPELLABILITY: IS CHILD EVIDENCE ADMISSIBLE?      CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1.0:   INTRODUCTION Issues relating to competence and compellability of child evidence in Nigerian law of evidence are though becoming a recurrence and popular with the availability of case laws and statutes regulating the subject matter, yet it is not out of point to assert that it has not rece...Continue Reading »

    84 pages |  -1 engagements | 

  • 15. A LEXICO-SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS OF ERRORS IN SELECTED YORUBA FILM SUBTITLED IN ENGLI...
    » A LEXICO SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS OF ERRORS IN SELECTED YORUBA FILM SUBTITLED IN ENGLISH CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.1       BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Syntax is a technical name of the branch of linguistics is concerned with the ways which words can be combined together to form phrases and sentences. It deals with the principles that determine the ways in which we can and cannot combine words togeth...Continue Reading »

    57 pages |  184 engagements | 

  • 16. A FEMINIST READING OF MOBOLAJI ADENUBI’S EMPTY ARMS AND HILARY ROUSE-AMADI’S...
    » A FEMINIST READING OF MOBOLAJI ADENUBI’S   EMPTY ARMS AND HILARY ROUSE AMADI’S AMINA CHAPTER ONE 1.1 INTRODUCTION          In the society, women are always reminded of their roles as wives and mothers in such derogatory manners. They are saddled with the responsibilities of producing, nurturing children and taking care of the home. Over the years however, women have embarked on a stru...Continue Reading »

    60 pages |  189 engagements | 

  • 17. A DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF NAIRA HAS NO GENDER BY OLUOBAFEMI
    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1       INTRODUCTION Discourse to the discourse analysts means actual instances of communicative action in the medium of language. According to Blommert (2005:2) as cited in Johnstone (2008:2) discourse is the meaningful symbolic behavior in any mode. Discourse is not totally focused on language as an abstract system. Instead discourse is interested in what happens when people ...Continue Reading »

    66 pages |  206 engagements | 

  • 18. A DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF ATHOL FUGARD’S SIZWE BANSI IS DEAD
    » A DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF ATHOL FUGARD’S   SIZWE BANSI IS DEAD CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.0       Introduction This chapter introduces the background of the research topic and describes its scope in addition, the purpose and justification for the study are also discussed. It concludes by giving the biography of the author of the text. 1.1       Background to the study Man is t...Continue Reading »

    44 pages |  194 engagements | 

  • 19. CORRUPTION” IN THE NOVELS OF ADAOBI NWAUBANI TRICIA’SI DO NOT COME TO YOU BY...
    » Corruption” in the novels of adaobi NWAUBANI tricia’sI Do Not Come To You By chance  and Labo Yari’s the climate of corruption Chapter one   General introduction 1.0       Introduction and statement of the research problem Corruption refers to any act of practice which is deviant to the norm of a given society. It signifies a form of behaviour that departs from morality, ethics, trad...Continue Reading »

    46 pages |  163 engagements | 

  • 20. USES OF CONVENIENCE FOOD IN CATERING INDUSTRY
    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0     Introduction           It would be wiser to begin this study with the mentioning of advancement in technology which has changed virtually the way people think, eat and select the choice of their meal. Due to the changes in the nature of life and the increasingly complex nature of people’s business and means of survival. It became imperative that foods that are co...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  416 engagements | 


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