Educational Research and Reviews

  • Abbreviation: Educ. Res. Rev.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1990-3839
  • DOI: 10.5897/ERR
  • Start Year: 2006
  • Published Articles: 1956

Table of Content: September 2009; 4(9)

September 2009

Religion and trading network formation: The paradigm of Islam as a substitute to contract law

  This article adapts J. Landa’s theoretical proposition of EHMG regarding the effect of social factors on contract breach. It explores its applicability of the Islamic faith on the trading schemes that formatted in the era of the Ottoman Empire. Specifically, it analyzes the specific doctrines of the Islamic faith as expressed through the ‘Sharia’ and the means by which they...

Author(s): D. Stamatakis

September 2009

Poverty and the millennium development goals in Nigeria: The Nexus

  This paper made a broad overview of the poverty situation in Nigeria. The various efforts of Government of Nigeria to stamp out poverty were examined. Some of such efforts include poverty eradication and poverty alleviation programmes (PAP and PEP), micro credit schemes and employment programmes. Descriptive research method was adopted and content analysis technique was essentially used for the study. Some of...

Author(s): Emma E. O. Chukwuemeka

September 2009

University of Swaziland bachelor of education students’ conception of current ideas about writing instruction.

  The present study investigated University of Swaziland Bachelor of Education degree (B.Ed) (Primary and secondary) students’ conception of the current trends in writing instruction. The extent of their conception of these trends was examined on only four selected writing ideas namely collaborative writing, the process approach to writing, teacher response to students’ writing and the sharing and...

Author(s): S. Jabulani

September 2009

Principals’ management of conflicts in public secondary schools in Ondo State, Nigeria: A critical survey

  This paper examined principals’ management of conflicts in public secondary schools in Ondo State, Nigeria. As a descriptive survey, the study population comprised all the 281 public secondary schools in the State. Out of this population, a sample of 80 schools was drawn while 340 respondents (80 principals and 260 teachers) were selected through the stratified random sampling technique. A...

Author(s): T. O. Adeyemi

September 2009

An exploration of supply chain management practices in the central district municipality

  The main objective of the paper is to explore supply chain management practices in the Central District Municipality, North West province of South Africa, using the grounded theory methodology. Supply chain management was introduced in the South African public sector to alleviate deficiencies related to governance, interpretation and implementation of the public procurement policies. The findings of the...

Author(s): I. M. Ambe

September 2009

Determinants of internet use in Imo State, Nigeria

The research was designed to determine the use of internet in Imo state, Nigeria with a view to enlighten societal stakeholders on their implications to development. Self designed questionnaire was distributed to users from five internet centers in the three local government areas of Imo State. 219 (73%) of the 300 distributed questionnaires were found useable on return. The results show that: there was no glaring...

Author(s): C. V. Anunobi, F. C. Mbagwu