American Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities
2016 - 2017
Current editor(s): Pacharapa Naka
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Volume 2, issue 1, 2017
- Diversity on Corporate Boards and Firm Performance: An Empirical Evidence from Malaysia pp. 1-8
- Humera Khan, Rohail Hassan and Maran Marimuthu
- The Moderating Role of Intellectual Capital Between Enterprise Risk Management and Firm Performance: A Conceptual Review pp. 9-15
- Sajjad Nawaz Khan and Engku Ismail Engku Ali
Volume 1, issue 2, 2016
- Still an Issue: The Use of Electronic Books in University Libraries in Nigeria pp. 67-72
- Roselyn Esoname Subair and Chuks Daniel Oriogu
- The Role of Community Development Programmes in Poverty Aleviation in Nigeria: Lessons from Onelga, Rivers State, Nigeria pp. 72-83
- Agwu Ositadimma Ambrose, Iton Enobong Etim and Francis Mgbe Enagu
- Hunger and Malnutrition: Review of Copenhagen Consensus Challenge Paper 2004 pp. 85-99
- Olusola O. Joshua
Volume 1, issue 1, 2016
- Undergraduates Perception and Utilization of Serial Materials in Federal University of Petroleum Resources Library pp. 1-9
- Atanda Saliu Sambo and Akpojotor Oji Lucky
- Effect of Demographic Factors on Entrepreneurial Culture: A Study of University Students in Metropolitan Kano pp. 10-34
- A. Adekiya Adewale
- A Study of Photocopying Practice and Copyright Law in Nigeria Libraries: Librarians Perspectives pp. 35-45
- Atanda Saliu Sambo, Avosuahi Orewa Ahutu and Nafisat Rabiu
- Availability and Accesibilty of E- Resources in Nigeria Libraries: Certified Librarians Perspetive pp. 46-56
- Atanda Saliu Sambo, Ejitagha Stella and Aworo Promise
- Students’ Perception and Utilization of Reprographic Section in Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Library, Effurun pp. 57-66
- Atanda Saliu Sambo, Blessing Aghojare and Avosuahi Orewa Ahutu