Recently published journal articles - week 21 2021

Retrieved week 21 2021


ETTANG, D. 2021. New Opportunities and Threats: Reimagining Africa’s International Relations in the Midst of COVID-19. Politikon, 48 (2):312-330.
Keywords: Africa ; COVID-19 ; African Union ; Coronavirus ; Decolonisation

MATLOSA, K. 2021. Elections in Africa During Covid-19: The Tenuous Balance Between Democracy and Human Security. Politikon, 48 (2):159-173.

NHAMO, G. 2021. COVID-19 Vaccines Development Discord: A Focus on the BRICS and Implications for Africa’s Access and Affordability Matters. Politikon, 48 (2):278-296.
Keywords: partnership ; COVID-19 ; BRICS ; SDGs ; discord ; vaccines

ZONDI, S. 2021. Covid-19 and the Return of the State in Africa. Politikon, 48 (2):190-205.
Keywords: Africa ; state ; Covid-19 ; public policy ; capabilities

ISIKE, C. 2020. Profit vs public health: the crisis of liberal democracy and universal healthcare in Africa. Inkanyiso: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 12 (2):263-267.

OLANIPEKUN, V. O. 2020. Democracy and consensus in traditional Africa: a critique of Kwasi Wiredu. Inkanyiso: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 12 (1):1-10.
Keywords: African politics ; consensus ; Democracy ; minority interests ; traditional African life

MAKAMBE, U. & MMUSI, O. A. 2020. Perceived usefulness and internet banking adoption at a selected bank in the Kgalagadi District, Botswana. Information Technologist (The), 17 (2):65-76.
Keywords: Acceptance ; adoption ; banking ; Botswana ; customers ; internet ; Model ; perceived ; Technology ; usefulness

ENDONG, F. P. C. 2020. Francophobia as an expression of Pan-Africanism in Francophone Africa: An exploration of the Cameroonian political and media discourse. Inkanyiso: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 12 (2):115-128.
Keywords: Anti-French sentiment ; domination ; Françafrique. Cameroon ; nationalist media ; neocolonialism ; Pan-Africanism

AMENORVI, C. R. & GRUMAH, G. Y. 2020. Money talks: a multimodal ethnographic study of Ghana’s currency. Inkanyiso: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 12 (1):72-85.
Keywords: communication ; culture ; currency ; ethnography of communication ; Ghana ; identity ; multimodality

MURDAY, L., REDDI, S. J. & SOOKRAJOWA, S. S. 2021. Challenges of Governance During COVID-19 Pandemic: The Case Study of Mauritius. Politikon, 48 (2):226-241.

MARENGA, R. & AMUPANDA, J. S. 2021. The Coronavirus and Social Justice in Namibia. Politikon, 48 (2):206-225.

IJISAKIN, E. T. 2021. Printmaking and Cultural Imagination in Contemporary Nigerian Art. Critical Arts, 35 (1):1-16.
Keywords: culture ; Bruce Onobrakpeya ; cultural imagination ; Nigerian art ; Printmaking

IKWUEMESI, C. K. & OBODO, E. 2021. Primitives or Classicists? A Critical Look at the Work of Uli Women Painters of Nri. Critical Arts, 35 (1):17-34.
Keywords: classical ; classicists ; creative idiom ; primitive ; Uli

OKOLIE-OSEMENE, J. 2021. Nigeria’s Security Governance Dilemmas During the Covid-19 Crisis. Politikon, 48 (2):260-277.

ABAH, A. A. 2020. Availability of learning resources and students’ academic performance in Senior Secondary Schools in Kaduna State. Information Technologist (The), 17 (1):11-25.
Keywords: Academic ; Learning ; Performance ; Resources ; schools ; Students

AJAYI, M. T. 2020. Generic structure potential analysis of Christian street evangelism in Southwestern Nigeria. Inkanyiso: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 12 (2):146-158.
Keywords: Christian street evangelism ; Generic Structure Potential ; Southwestern Nigeria

ANUMKUA, C. 2020. State of e-library development in academic institutions in Nigeria – The case of Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, Owerri Imo State, Nigeria. Information Technologist (The), 17 (1):187-195.
Keywords: communication ; development ; digital ; E-library ; electronic ; hard ware ; information ; institutions ; networking ; resources ; software ; technology ; tertiary ; transfer

ANUMKUA, C. 2020. The use of school library resources in Owerri arch-diocesan Secondary Schools, Imo state- Nigeria: A case study of presentation secondary school, Ogbaku, Imo State- Nigeria. Information Technologist (The), 17 (2):129-138.
Keywords: Development ; Educational ; Library ; Provision ; School Resources ; Services ; Students ; Teachers ; Utilization

ANUMKUA, C. & OPARA, I. 2020. Serial management in special libraries in Nigeria: A study of selected ministry libraries in Imo State, Nigeria. Information Technologist (The), 17 (1):231-243.
Keywords: Development ; Economic ; Growth ; Information Resources. ; Library ; Management ; Ministry Organizational ; Serials ; Special ; Users

AYANSOLA, A. O. & UGOALA, B. 2020. Lawyers’ antics and nonverbal impoliteness in Nigerian court documents: An example of Mosojo versus Oyetayo. Inkanyiso: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 12 (2):230-242.
Keywords: court documents ; face-aggravation ; impoliteness ; Lawyers antics ; Mosojo vs Oyetayo ; Nigeria ; nonverbal acts

AZUBOGU, N. 2020. The relevance of school library to students’ performance in mathematics: A comparative study of students’ performance in West African School Certificate (WASC) and National Examinations Council (NECO) in public schools in Orlu Education Zone of Imo State. Information Technologist (The), 17 (1):103-113.
Keywords: Comparative ; Mathematics ; Performance ; School library ; SSCE/NECO ; study

AZUBOGU, N. & MADU, C. C. 2020. Public libraries: Agents of peace in a nation: The Nigeria perspective. Information Technologist (The), 17 (1):245-252.
Keywords: Conflict ; Library ; Nigeria ; Peace

KOMOLAFE, O. E. 2020. Developing football language in Yorùbá. Inkanyiso: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 12 (2):178-193.
Keywords: Football ; metalanguage ; source language ; strategies for designating football concepts ; strategies. ; target language ; Yorùbá

OGBU, K. N. & OCHE, N. A. 2020. Management and utilisation of cultural resources in cultural heritage institutions in south -east Nigeria. Information Technologist (The), 17 (2):93-105.
Keywords: Cultural ; Heritage ; Institutions ; Management ; Resources ; Utilisation

OKORAFOR, C. N. 2020. Organisation, management and dissemination of newspaper information in the digital age: The NIIA example. Information Technologist (The), 17 (1):255-263.
Keywords: Clippings ; Cuttings ; Digitization ; Dissemination ; Information ; Management. ; Newspapers ; Organisation ; Preservation ; Press

OLATOMIDE, O. O. 2020. What is the relationship among pre-retirement guidance, social support and psychological wellbeing on retirement adjustment of teacher retirees in Osun State? Inkanyiso: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 12 (1):99-109.
Keywords: Nigeria. ; pre-retirement guidance ; psychological wellbeing ; retirees ; retirement adjustment ; social support

OLORUNSAYE, J. O., EHIOGHAE, M. & ALEGBELEYE, G. B. 2020. The influence of funding sources hierarchy on use of library management systems in South-West Public Universities, Nigeria. Information Technologist (The), 17 (2):105-118.
Keywords: Funding ; Library ; Management ; Preference ; Public ; Sources ; Systems ; Universitie

ONYAM, I. D. & BENSON, V. O. 2020. Achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS) in Nigeria: Library and information professionals as catalysts. Information Technologist (The), 17 (1):205-216.
Keywords: Development ; Goals ; Information ; Library ; Services ; Sustainable

OSISANWO, T. A. & IDOWU, T. N. 2020. Internet self-efficacy, perceived ease of use as correlate of web portal use by final year undergraduates of Tai Solarin University of Education Ijagun Ijebu-Ode Ogun State. Information Technologist (The), 17 (1):39-52.
Keywords: Internet ; Self-efficacy ; Web, portal, Ease, Use, Undergraduates

OWOLABI, K. A., ADEYEYE, Y. S., MUSA, S. S., PELEMO, G. D., ADESINA, O. A. & ADELEKE, O. A. 2020. Utilisation of Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) among students of Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. Information Technologist (The), 17 (1):115-126.

PHILLIPS, K. C. 2020. Smart devices use and reading habits of private secondary school students in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. Information Technologist (The), 17 (1):89-102.
Keywords: Devices ; Habit ; Reading ; Schools. ; Smart ; Students

SHONUBI, A. O. 2020. The perceived effect of staff development on organisational performance in selected First Banks in Lagos State, Nigeria. Inkanyiso: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 12 (1):56-71.
Keywords: education ; mentoring ; organisational performance. ; Staff development ; training

SIKUBWABO, C., MUHIRWA, A. M. & NTAWIHA, P. 2020. Exploring effective strategies to revamp the student enrolments in private tertiary institutions: A case of Rwanda. Inkanyiso: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 12 (2):129-145.
Keywords: effective strategies ; private tertiary institutions ; revamp ; Rwanda ; student enrolments

South Africa
MANCEBO, A. 2021. South African Opposition Party Behaviour Under the National State of Disaster to Respond to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Politikon, 48 (2):174-189.

South Africa
RUDWICK, S., SIJADU, Z. & TURNER, I. 2021. Politics of Language in COVID-19: Multilingual Perspectives from South Africa. Politikon, 48 (2):242-259.
Keywords: social justice ; politics ; language ; COVID-19 ; translanguaging

South Africa
THURTELL, S. C. 2021. When Shopping Turns Scary: Twitter Conversations about Violent Crime in Johannesburg Malls. Critical Arts, 35 (1):85-96.
Keywords: security ; anxiety ; armed robbery ; Crime ; fear ; mall ; shopping ; twitter

South Africa
MNYADI, K. R. 2020. The influence of ancestral spirits on sexual identity amongst Traditional Healers (iZangoma) in South Africa: A discourse analysis. Inkanyiso: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 12 (2):159-177.
Keywords: African Traditional ; bisexual ; homosexual ; LGBTQI ; sexual identity ; transgender

Southh Africa
OSO, I. O. & OVIAWE, I. R. 2020. Discursive ideologies in campaign speeches of Cyril Ramaphosa and Julius Malema in the 2019 South African presidential election. Inkanyiso: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 12 (2):243-257.
Keywords: campaign ; discursive ; ideology ; South African presidential elections

Subsaharan Africa
LINWA, A. C. B. & DIA, M. A. 2020. Book acquisition and Distribution Database Model to boost education in Sub-Saharan African countries. Information Technologist (The), 17 (1):63-87.

ECE, M. 2021. Creating property out of insecurity: territorialization and legitimation of REDD+ in Lindi, Tanzania. The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law, 53 (1):78-102.
Keywords: Tanzania ; property ; Carbon territories ; legitimation ; REDD+ ; rights-based discourses

KESSY, A. T. 2020. Transparency in local government finance and service delivery: The case of Mwanza City and Moshi District Councils in Tanzania. Inkanyiso: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 12 (2):194-211.
Keywords: accountability ; Decentralization ; local finance ; Tanzania ; transparency

LUBUA, E. W. & MALIMA, A. E. 2020. A framework for developing a Forensic Investigation Unit to an organisation. Information Technologist (The), 17 (1):27-37.
Keywords: Computer ; Cyber ; Digital ; Forensic ; Investigation ; Security

NDLOVU, S. 2020. Child development through Ndebele taboos: Motivation to blend the indigenous and the exotic. Inkanyiso: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 12 (1):36-55.
Keywords: child development ; indigenous knowledge ; modernity ; Ndebele culture ; Ndebele people (Zimbabwe) ; Taboos

PANGANAYI, M. 2020. COVID-19 Lockdown and higher education. Time to look at disasterpreparedness as a governance issue? Inkanyiso: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 12 (1):24-35.
Keywords: COVID-19 ; disaster preparedness ; distance education ; governance ; lockdown