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Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences (2014 Volume 11)

Number of issues per year: 6
ISSN : 1683-8831 (Print)
ISSN : 1993-6052 (Online)
 
 
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The Schoolchild with Hearing Disability and Nigerian Special Education Provisions
J. Abiola Ademokoya
 
The Challenges of Language Teaching in the 21st Century
Oluranti Ogunbiyi
 
The Privatization of the Airline Industry
Walter E. Block
 
Assessment the Environment of the Chemistry Laboratories at Huazhong Normal University (HZNU) in China and Jordanian University (JU) in Jordan as Perceived by Students
Feras Abudhim , Guo Yuanxiang and Alnoor Abdulghani Mutahar
 
Costs and Returns in Modern Beekeeping for Honey Production in Nigeria
Oluwatusin Femi Michael
 
An Innovative Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Based Approach to the Teaching and Learning of Chemistry
K.O. Oloruntegbe and M.O. Odutuyi
 
Socio-Economic Factors Influencing Students Academic Performance in Nigeria: Some Explanation from a Local Survey
Muhammed A. Yinusa and Akanle O. Basil
 
Perceived Sex Role and Fear of Success: A Study of Urban Working Women in Nigeria
Philip O. Sijuwade
 
The Importance of Using Authentic Materials in Prospective Foreign Language Teacher Training
Aytunga Oguz and H. Ozge Bahar
 
Functional Literacy: The Effects of ICT on Language Learning in Lagos State Secondary Schools
Oluranti Ogunbiyi and N.A. Setonji
 
Islamic World and Scientific Activity in Historical Perspective
Ayinla Saadu Alanamu , Muhammed Y. Abubakar and Muhammad Nasiru Adeoye
 
Engagement of Muslim Women in Governance and Public Administration: The Ilorin Emirate Experience
Alanamu Ayinla Saadu
 
The Evaluation of Archery in Ottomon Empire
Mehmet Goral
 
Socio-Economic Characteristics Associated with Rural Households Perception about Grasscutter Meat Cost in the Niger Delta Zone of Nigeria
Edna C. Matthews-Njoku , O.M. Adesope and M.B. Nodu
 
Conscientiousness and Perceived Organizational Support as Predictors of Employee Absenteeism
S.O. Adebayo and U.C. Nwabuoku