Department Of Political Science and Public Administration Journals


Politics provides the opportunity for participation in the administration and management of a country. The essence is that, if elected, one is then opportune to be part of the core political process. This study attempts to highlight the extent of women participation in politics and their contributions to women empowerment and by extension national development in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic. The study while acknowledging an improvement in terms of the number of women in elective and non elective positions in government…
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Efanodor, O Harriet (2011) Gender Politics and Democratization in Nigeria: A study of the Impact of Globalization on Nigeria’s Fourth Republic. The Journal of Social Policy and Society.6 (1): 31-36.

 

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Democracy has been conceptualized in different forms. It has the core characteristics which are generally accepted amongst others as, the devolution and liberalization of the electoral system. The issue of…
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Since the collapse of the Berlin wall, there has been growing effort in Africa to democratize in line with Western style democracy. The process of democratization was expected to bring about social restructuring, liberalize and widen the political space that would make for greater women participation in politics. This paper thus examines the impact of the process of democratization on women participation in politics. Unfortunately, the paper is of the view that there has not been any remarkable…
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The study examined the extent to which globalization has eroded the sovereignty and independence of the Nigerian state via-a-via the formulation and implementation of policies that affect its citizen. Using secondary source of data for its analysis, the study reveals that globalization policies introduced a number of material developments that undercut Nigeria sovereignty. Hence the impact of globalization is the fact that the Nigeria state is unable to control these material developments because globalization policies and decisions…
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Liberalisation as a policy of globalisation encourages large scale acquisition of land. The implementation of the policy of liberalisation in Nigeria’s oil industry has resulted to increase intensification of oil exploration activities. The result of this event is the annexation of large scale arable land in rural communities for oil exploration related activities. Women make up large proportion of land user in the rural communities while their traditional livelihood activities depend on land. It…
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Arguments supporting privatisation of land as articulated by its advocate’s suggest that it is a developmental paradigm necessary for rural development. Privatisation of land as a developmental strategy has intensified the integration of countries into the global system encouraging capital and investment flow into agricultural sector. Hence, the current wave of privatisation of land in rural communities of Kwara State has introduced new dimension on land as a commodity resulting to massive land grab. Given the…
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Globalisation is reflected in the policies of liberalisation, privatisation and deregulation. These policies which are imbedded in the neo-liberal economic tradition are seen as welfarist ideology that would lead to development; hence increase the living conditions the peoples. It is further argued that the implementation of globalisation policies in developing countries while integrating all countries into the global economy is a veritable solution to the economic growth. An overlooked aspect of the above claim…
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The emergence of Boko Haram insurgence in Nigeria opened a new chapter in the history of insurgency/militancy in Nigeria. It has, for instance, brought with it suicide bombing and senseless killings of innocent citizens to the shores of Nigeria; a thing that was hitherto alien to the Nigerian clime. The once peaceful and respected nation suddenly became associated with terrorism and terrorists activities. Furthermore, Nigeria’s attempt to check the menace of the Boko Haram insurgency group, received condemnations from some…
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The rate of informal trade flows between Nigeria and Benin Republic cannot be overemphasised. Informal cross border trade between these states represent roughly 75% of the intra-regional trade in the West African sub-region. This points to the fact that undocumented trade flows in the sub-region are greater in volume than formal trade. The foundation of this is as a result of ill-defined boundaries imposed during the colonial period, which could not wear down the…
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Igechi, O.G (2017). ‘Nigerian Journal of Administrative Science

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This article examines the role played by an indigenous agricultural product, Ishan cotton in the pre-colonial cloth industry of Esan people, Edo State, Nigeria. As primary raw material, Ishan cotton was essentially produced by female farmers who were not only culturally protected from male competition but had also developed strong comparative advantage in cloth manufacture. The growth of the Ishan cotton and locally manufactured cloth during the pre-colonial era has causal interrelationship with the transformation of the quantitative skill…
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The perfunctory characterisation of economic crises has gradually sneaked into academic discourse and increasingly acquiring scholarly influence in Nigeria. This largely features in the analysis of Nigeria’s economic crises. The current crisis is ascribed to the decline in crude oil production and glut in the oil international market. However, the hazy analysis raises questions about the ontology and nature, character and definitive appearance of economic crises. This paper is an attempt at political economy critique…
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This paper interrogates the substantive philosophy of Nigeria’s development policy through attempts at survey of the historicity of planning in Nigeria. The domestication of the interactions of the development phenomena, it contends is riddled with inconsistency of philosophy or ideology and methods in Nigeria. Since it would appear that Nigeria’s planning was mostly based on woolly logic without deep philosophical substantiation, the development progression was stunted and the possible gains of import substitution industrialisation, miscarried.…
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Globalization as a paradigm of development emphasizes stabilization, structural adjustment, market forces, deregulation, privatization and liberalization of trade. The realization of sustainable development through these policies by the developing states is seriously in doubt. African countries are yet to attain sustainable development despite the various arguments in support of globalization .The integration of all countries into the global economy is seen as a veritable solution to their economic growth and development. In the light of this assumption,…
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The study examines large scale land deals and investment in Nigeria with a focus on women in rural communities. Large scale land deals as a development paradigm is recommended within the context of globalisation. Hence, promoters of globalisation argue that land deals and investment is a tool for poverty reduction and promotes sustainable agricultural and rural development. In the light of this assumption, development paradigm which emphasises privatisation and liberalisation of land adopted by the Nigerian government…
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