CREATION OF MAN AS CONCEIVE BY THE IKWERRES, WHAT THE IKWERRES CALL GOD, WHAT THEY CALL DIVINITIES


INTRODUCTION

The Ikwerre (also spelt Ikwere) are one of the many native ethnic groups in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. They are subgroup of the Igbo people, although a small minority for political expediency now dispute this account, claiming their history was rewritten during the colonial period because of the dominance of the larger Igbo group.

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CONCEPT OF RELIGION


INTRODUCTION

The definition of religion is a controversial subject in religious studies. Some scholars define “religion” as a cultural system of behaviors and practices, others as a “comprehensive worldview” or a “moral community called a church”. Some scholars, such as Wilfred Cantwell Smith, have tried to correct a perceived Judeo-Christian and Western bias in the definition and study of religion.

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COMPARE AND CONTRACTS THE INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK OF CHILD PROTECTION IN DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES


INTRODUCTION

Child protection is the process of protecting individual children identified as either suffering, or likely to suffer, significant harm as a result of abuse or neglect. It involves measures and structures designed to prevent and respond to abuse and neglect. Child abuse involves acts of commission and omission, which results in harm to the child. The four types of abuse are physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse and neglect.

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CULTURAL IDENTITY IN THE AGE OF INTERNET TECHNOLOGY


INTRODUCTION

In contemporary academia, it has become a commonplace to emphasize that our world is undergoing an identity crisis. Actually, questioning identity formation has been debated so far; nevertheless, the signs of this crisis particularly in social and cultural studies are abundantly increasing as we go through the global, postmodern and information era in which the concept of identity turns out to be more problematic and complex than ever before.

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DISCUSS THE RELEVANCE OF NORTH-SOUTH DIALOQUE TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL ADULT EDUCATION


INTRODUCTION

Adult education is a practice in which adults engage in systematic and sustained self–educating activities in order to gain new forms of knowledge, skills, attitudes, or values. The principles of andragogy flow directly from an understanding of the characteristics of adults as learners and can be recognized when we understand the characteristics of adults, and see the way those characteristics influence how adults learn best.

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