Department of Political Science | Final Year Project Topics
THE MOBILIZATION OF WOMEN IN ILORIN POLITICS 1979-2003
» THE MOBILIZATION OF WOMEN IN ILORIN POLITICS 1979 2003 CHAPTER ONE 1.1 INTRODUCTION Gender incongruity in politics is a worldwide phenomenon, literature abounds showing that the level of women’s participation at the highest level of political activity accounts for their invisibility in the top positions of power. Locally and internationally, such low representation cut across countries wi...Continue Reading »
112 pages | 60 engagements |
THE ORGANIZATION OF AFRICAN UNITY (OAU) TO AFRICAN UNION (AU) THE JOURNEY SO FAR...
» CHAPTER ONE ISSUES AND REASONS FOR REGIONAL INTERGRATIONS 1.1 Introduction Regional integration is not a new idea or initiative in Africa. Along with the creation of African common market it has been fueling division of African leaders for the past 45 decade. In fact, the creation of the 0rganisation of African Unity (OAU) in 1964 reflected the awareness, by the leaders of the day that Africans...Continue Reading »
93 pages | 53 engagements |
THE POLITICAL RHYTHM IN THE POETRY OF JACK MAPANJE THE CHATTERING WAGTAIL OF MIK...
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Literature in South Africa during the time of Jack Mapanje was protest literature. It has it roots in the unique political situation of the country. The political Rhythm in South Africa is a policy of discrimination, which is also know as Apartheid and deceptively called a policy of separate de...Continue Reading »
48 pages | 31 engagements |
THE ROLE OF OKERIMI-ORO IN THE CO-ORDINATION OF OROFEDERATION IN THE 20TH CENTUR...
» THE ROLE OF OKERIMI ORO IN THE CO ORDINATION OF OROFEDERATION IN THE 20TH CENTURY CHAPTER ONE 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Oro is a town in Irepodun Local Government Area in Kwara State. It lies on the Ilorin Lokoja highway, and is about fifty four kilometers West East of Ilorin, the State capital. Oro force within the middle belt region and a transition zone between the No...Continue Reading »
83 pages | 50 engagements |
THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN ODO-OWA DURING THE COLONIAL PERIOD
» THE SOCIO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN ODO OWA DURING THE COLONIAL PERIOD CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 AIMS AND OBJECTIVES This work is aimed at ensuring that socio economic development of Odo Owa in Oke Ero Local Government Area of Kwara State during the colonial period is articulated and written down for historical purpose, thus ensuring that the basic informat...Continue Reading »
67 pages | 52 engagements |
THE SURVIVAL OF IGBOMINA INDIGENOUS POLITICAL STRUCTURE UNDER THE ILORIN EMIRATE...
» THE SURVIVAL OF IGBOMINA INDIGENOUS POLITICAL STRUCTURE UNDER THE ILORIN EMIRATE SYSTEM IN THE 20TH CENTURY CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM The motivation to undertake this study on “the survival of Igbomina indigenous political structure under Ilorin emirate system in the 20th century” is born out of increasing question on the identity and tenacity o...Continue Reading »
84 pages | 45 engagements |
THE IMPACT OF OGBOMOSO EMIGTRANTS ON SOCIO-POLITICAL STRUCTURE OF OGBOMOSO COMMU...
» THE IMPACT OF OGBOMOSO EMIGTRANTS ON SOCIO POLITICAL STRUCTURE OF OGBOMOSO COMMUNITY 1969 2010. CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY According to oxford Advance Learners, Dictionary, Migration is the movement of large numbers of people from one place to another1. Which characterized human existence from the time immemorial for food; shelter and security? However, There ar...Continue Reading »
40 pages | 79 engagements |
AN ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT ON NIGERIAN ECCONOMIC...
» AN ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT ON NIGERIAN ECCONOMIC GROWTH (1990 2011) CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Investors’ decisions and actions globally are influenced significantly by the dictates of self interest which suggests that capital, not only be channeled to high yielding economic sectors but also to thos...Continue Reading »
62 pages | 96 engagements |
AN APPRAISAL: LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND HEALTH CARE DELIVERY : A CASE STUDY OF ILORIN...
» AN APPRAISAL: LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND HEALTH CARE DELIVERY A CASE STUDY OF ILORIN EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT, KWARA STATE. CHAPTER ONE AN APPRAISAL: LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND HEALTH CARE DELIVERY 1.0 General Introduction 1.1 Introduction Local governments are potentially effective instrument for rural transformation and delivery of social services i.e. health...Continue Reading »
77 pages | 84 engagements |
A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN’S INAUGURAL SPEECH, NIGERI...
» CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.0 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY AND STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM There is no gainsaying the fact that the essence of language is communication. Many attempts have been made to describe what an effective communication is. One issue that runs through all the attempts is the area of meaning generation as a pivotal factor for an effective communication....Continue Reading »
58 pages | 66 engagements |
A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF POLITICAL INTERVIEWS IN A SELECTED DAILY NEWSPAPER. (TH...
» A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF POLITICAL INTERVIEWS IN A SELECTED DAILY NEWSPAPER. (THE PUNCH) CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION Language is an instrument of thought or concept which gives clear and vivid meaning of human expression for the purpose of human interaction. In any speech community, if there must be interaction, language must be in use. Human language is said to be communicative when l...Continue Reading »
49 pages | 102 engagements |
CAUSES AND EFFECT OF INCONCLUSIVE ELECTION IN RIVERS STATE
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Inconclusive election has been a hydra monster on Nigeria electoral process this is so due to many factors which attribute to the origination of the word inconclusive election. Prior to 2015 general election, the term inconclusive election was not a popular slogan in Nigeria. The word inconclusive election became popular dur...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 187 engagements |
RESOURCES GENERATION AND MANAGEMENT IN PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA: A CASE ST...
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study The local government system is a system of government established as a third tier of government after the federal and state governments. The local government is a government at the grassroots level of administration meant for meeting peculiar grassroots needs of the people (Agagu, 1997). Put succinctly, the local government system is...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 182 engagements |
GODFATHERISM AND CREDIBLE ELECTORAL PROCESS IN IMO STATE
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION The history of political godfatherism is traceable to the colonial epoch through independence era, military interregnum and towards the restoration of democracy in Nigeria in what came to be known as the fourth Republic in 1999 following the terminus of military junta. The staggering posture of godfatherism in Nigerian democratic experiment leaves much to be des...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 228 engagements |
FOREIGN POLICY IN THE YAR'ADUA ADMINISTRATION
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0Introduction Foreign policy has become a useful component that defines relations between and amongst states. Generally, we may say, a country‟s foreign policy thrust bottles the totality of the acts, strategies and manipulations by a given state in her process of launching her domestic resolve in the international arena. Chibundu (2003:1) crisply notes that foreign ...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 225 engagements |
BIOMETRIC AUTHENTICATION OF VOTERS AND VOTING PROCESS A STUDY OF SENATORIAL ELEC...
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction Previously, voting for general and local elections is done by electors with voting papers and voting boxes in which the voting papers are placed. This method reveals some kinds of negative situations. Not been able to determine which party the stamp belongs to, the probability of placing the voting papers in wrong box, problems with counting the votes, loss of...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 164 engagements |
AN ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE OF BROADCAST MEDIA IN WOMEN MOBILIZATION DURING THE 20...
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction Women attempting to enter into politics in Nigeria face numerous obstacles. Those who have aspired to office must often deal with a lack of funds to run an effective campaign, a discriminative use of party zoning, low education and a slew of cultural and religious barriers. The marginalization of women in politics is certainly not new to ...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 173 engagements |
EFFECT OF INCONCLUSIVE ELECTION ON THE CREDIBILITY OF ELECTORAL PROCESS IN NIGER...
» PROJECT WILL BE DELIVERED WITHIN 1 3 DAYS...Continue Reading »
73 pages | 472 engagements |
A HISTORY OF MARYAM BABANGIDA’S PET PROGRAMME IN JOS FROM 1985-1993
» A HISTORY OF MARYAM BABANGIDA’S PET PROGRAMME IN JOS FROM 1985 1993 CHAPTER ONE ABSTRACT The idea of pet projects by Nigerian former first lady Mariam Babangida was borne out of the fact that there was need for them to help in the administration of the nation and to also aid in assisting her husband. This project extensively analyses the impacts and achievements of Mrs. Mariam Babangida’s ...Continue Reading »
19 pages | 339 engagements |
GENDER INEQUALITY AND WOMEN PARTICIPATION IN POLITICS
» A CASE STUDY OF KADUNA 2011 GENERAL ELECTION IN NIGERIA CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Gender inequality has been an issue for several centuries, the world over. Though history has it that fewer women have been in power even before colonialism. Instances are the Queen of Daura, the Sarauniya of Zazzau in pre jihad, the Angwu Tsi who was almost the cou...Continue Reading »
57 pages | 1,237 engagements |