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2015-07-29 Transitional justice in Sierra Leone.
2015-07-29 Educational challenges facing linguistic imperialism in Tanzania: How can the Language of Instruction Issue in Tanzania be explained through linguistic imperialism?
2015-07-29 Blended Learning in der forstlichen Hochschullehre - eine Untersuchung im südlichen Afrika.
2015-07-29 Hausgärten in Afrikanischen Räumen: Bewirtschaftung nachhaltiger Produktionssysteme und Strategien der Ernährungssicherung in Sambia und Simbabwe.
2015-07-29 Couples' Socio-Economic Characteristics: Determinants of Children's Nutritional Status in Akure South Local Government Area of Ondo State, Nigeria.
2015-07-29 BIRTH ORDER AS A CORRELATE OF EDUCATION PERFORMANCE AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN AKURE, SOUTHWESTERN NIGERIA.
2015-07-29 TRADE LIBERALIZATION, INSTITUTIONS AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN SELECTED SUB-SAHARAN AFRICAN COUNTRIES.
2015-07-29 Assessing the Value of International Workers: A Case of Shell as a Multinational in Nigeria.
2015-07-29 Job Satisfaction and Intention to Leave among Nigerian Salesmen.
2015-07-29 Impact of Job Environment on Job Satisfaction and Commitment among Nigerian Nurses.


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