Works Under Political Science

.MEDIA, VOTING BEHAVIOUR AND NIGERIA’S INTERNATIONAL IMAGE: A CASE STUDY OF 2011 GENERAL ELECTIONS IN LAGOS STATE

ABSTRACTThis work focused on the media, voting behavior and Nigeria’s international image, using the 2011 general elections in Lagos State as case study. It looked at the media and elections, elections and Nigeria’s International Image and then voting behavior. The work also looked at the various elections that were conducted at different stages of government in the 2011 general elections (that is the national assembly elections, presidential elections and governorship elections). It furt...

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Alex Raji Premium 52 PAGES (7114 WORDS) Political Science Project 488 Views 0 Orders
AN EVALUATION OF ETHNICITY AND ISSUE OF POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF DELTA STATE)

ABSTRACTThis project is in the evaluation of ethnicity and the issue of political development in Nigeria. The ethnicity is a social consult that indicates identification with a particular group. Which is often descended from common ancestors. Members as the group share common cultural traits (such as language religion and dress) and are an identifiable minority within the larger nation - state. While political  development is the progressive reduction of ethnic cultural and religious ten...

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Dude Lebowski Premium 86 PAGES (8346 WORDS) Political Science Project 12 Views 0 Orders
Arms Proliferation and Insecurity in Plateau State

This researchwork examines arms proliferation and insecurity in Plateau State. Particularemphasis was on sources, methods of SALWs flows, factors responsible for SALWs,implications of SALWs on security in Plateau State and the measures adopted bythe Nigerian as well as the Plateau Governments to control SALWs proliferationinto Nigeria and indeed the State. Basically, the study revealed that in thelast one decades, the state has been particularly plagued by violent conflicts.There h...

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Obidi Anagba Premium 133 PAGES (37757 WORDS) Political Science Project 431 Views 0 Orders
CONSTITUTION OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA 1999

INTRODUCTION We the people of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Having firmly and solemnly resolved, to live in unity and harmony as one indivisible and indissoluble sovereign nation under God, dedicated to the promotion of inter-African solidarity, world peace, international co-operation and understanding And to provide for a Constitution for the purpose of promoting the good government and welfare of all persons in our country, on the principles of freedom, equality and justice, an...

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OGIRI REUBEN Premium 17 PAGES (3800 WORDS) Political Science Essay/Paper 451 Views 0 Orders
Contributions Of Multi-Party System In Nigeria Political Development

The broad objectives or aims of this research work are simply to know the meaning and contributions of multi-party system in Nigeria political development. And these specific objectives are as follows:1. To find out the relationship between multi-party system and political development in Nigeria. 2. To access the political implication of multi-party system in Nigeria. 3. To access whether the existence of multi-party system ensures democratic consolidation in Nigeria. Backgroun...

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Anderson Ugwu Premium 115 PAGES (20921 WORDS) Political Science Project 1183 Views 0 Orders
CORRUPTION AND UNDERDEVELOPMENT: (A CASE STUDY OF HALLIBURTON)

AbstractA man can be born again; the springs of life can be cleansed instantly…if this is true of one, it can be true of any number. Thus, a nation can be born in a day if the ideals of the people can be changed [William Jennings Bryan]. Nigeria is one of the Countries in Africa that loses billions of dollars yearly because of corruption. She was ranked the second most corrupt country in the world in 2004 [Olu-Olu, 2008]. In 2005 and 2008, Nigeria was ranked 13th and 17th respectively out o...

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Alex Raji Premium 57 PAGES (6993 WORDS) Political Science Project 494 Views 0 Orders
Democracy, Good Governance and Sustainable development in Nigeria: Retrospecting the Obasanjo’s Fourth Republic

ABSTRACTThe very essence of democracy and democratization and its practices anywhere in world resolves, and should of course, be contingent on the aspirations of the people which such government serves. However,the misfortunes of democratic project in Nigeria since the beginning of Nigeria’s nationhood is largely bereft of ideas, lack of progress, arbitrariness and the overall insulation of the people’s rights and privileges as enshrined in the Constitution. This tendency therefore corrob...

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Anderson Ugwu 21 PAGES (5374 WORDS) Political Science Essay/Paper 844 Views 0 Orders
DEPENDENCY AND UNDERDEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA: THE NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE

AbstractDependency and underdevelopment in Africa is our main thrust which we try to relate the above to the Nigerian context. Dependency as we all know is a product of underdevelopment which is prevalent in Africa in general and Nigeria in particular. It is certain that Nigeria is an independent nation, but it does not reflect in all the facts in the society since the super structures that form the society and state are dependent on foreign policy and factors.As we can see in this research w...

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Alex Raji Premium 116 PAGES (11247 WORDS) Political Science Project 418 Views 0 Orders
Discussing The Research Process

INTRODUCTION:To research means  to search again or to look very carefully or  to search over and over again. It is necessary to search over and over again or to look very carefully because for every additional careful look at any phenomenon, one gains a better insight. Research can be considered as a systematic manner or procedure through which we try to arrive at a reality or a fact. It can therefore be defined as a systematic and intensive investigation geared towards a more compl...

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Olaolu Adeyemo 6 PAGES (1436 WORDS) Political Science Essay/Paper 457 Views 0 Orders
ELITE CIRCULATION IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF OYO STATE

ABSTRACTSince the evolution of civilization, the human society has attained an unintentional stratification into two unequal classes of people; the few ruling leadership and the vast masses of ruled people. It is however no secret that the few ruling class, otherwise called the elite have continually dominated every sector of the society, passing the baton of control from one elite to another. This study was undertaken to examine the circulation of elites in Nigeria, with particular reference...

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Joshua Akintayo 17 PAGES (3777 WORDS) Political Science Essay/Paper 438 Views 0 Orders

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