Archive of Journal of Education and Social Research; Volume 6, Number 2
Curio Mario
THE NECESSITY IN LIEU OF PARTICIPATIVE INVOLVEMENTS IN CHILD PROTECTION IN NUEVO LEÓN STATE
This  work  observes  features  and  social  work  practices  within  the Mexican child protection system by linking observations of practice with the opinions and the outlooks articulated by managers, social workers, [...] Read  more

Inua, Ofe Iwiyisi
BUDGETING PRACTICES IN PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES IN NIGERIA
This paper empirically considers the extent to which good budgeting characteristics are being practiced in Nigerian Public Universities; the considerations in budget allocations and the problems of budgeting in [...] Read  more

Natalia Hanley & Leah Ruppanner
UNDERSTANDING THE EFFECTS OF CRIME ON WOMEN: FEAR AND WELL-BEING IN THE CONTEXT OF DIVERSE RELATIONSHIPS
The risk-fear paradox, whereby people  who  experience  the  least  criminal victimisation report the greatest fear of crime, has been established in the extant literature. That this paradox is gendered, [...] Read more

Christopher Bagley & Mahmoud Abubaker
MUSLIM WOMAN SEEKING WORK: AN ENGLISH CASE STUDY WITH A DUTCH COMPARISON, OF DISCRIMINATION AND ACHIEVEMENT
The measurement of discrimination in employment is a key variable in understanding dynamics in the nature of, and change in “race relations”. Measuring such discrimination using ‘situation’ and [...] Read more

Timothy O. Ishola
EMPIRICAL APPRAISAL OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP ORIENTATION AND ACCEPTANCE AMONG NIGERIA NOLLYWOOD CELEBRITIES                       
The problem of entrepreneurship orientation and acceptance among Nigeria youths, particularly the Nollywood celebrities has drawn the attention of many writers. The global communities have come to [...] Read more

Haygone Boom & Crane Keynes
NEGATIVE EMOTIONAL ENERGY: A THEORY OF THE “DARK-SIDE” OF INTERACTION RITUAL CHAINS
Randall Collins’ theory of interaction ritual chains is widely cited, but has been subject to little theoretical elaboration. One reason for the modest expansion of the theory is the underdevelopment of the concept of [...] Read more

Deveci & Jaana Seikkula-Leino
A REVIEW OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION IN TEACHER EDUCATION
The aim of this study is to examine studies conducted on entrepreneurship education in teacher education. A thematic analysis was used in this study that outlines the similarities and differences in [...] Read more
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