IJRSS VOLUME 25

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ISSN 2307-227X

IJRSS VOLUME 25

Title EVALUATION OF THE CONTENTS OF RECOMMENDED GOVERNMENT TEXTBOOKS FOR SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN RIVERS STATE, NIGERIA
Author/s DR.EBERE JEREMIAH
Source International Journal of Research in Social Sciences pg 01-10 Vol 25. No. 01– 2018
Abstract

The study evaluated three recommended government textbooks for senior secondary two (SS2) students of Rivers State, Nigeria. Simple random sampling technique was used in selecting the textbooks. Two instruments named Government Textbook Study Questions Rating Scale (GTSQRS) and Government Textbook Topical Coverage Checklist (GTTCC) developed by the researcher were used for data collection. The reliability of the GTSQRS and GTTCC for each of the three textbooks was established using Pearson. The reliability indices of 0.71, 0.86 and 0.84 for New Approach Government (NAG), Modern Government for West (MOG) and …..

Keywords Evaluation, Topical Coverage, Study Questions, Textbooks, Senior Secondary School
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Title GENEALOGY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF FISHERMEN MOVEMENTS IN NORTH BANTEN – INDONESIA
Author/s AHMAD TARMIJI ALKHUDRI, ARYA H. DHARMAWAN, RILUS A. KINSENG, S.M.P. TJONDRONEGORO
Source International Journal of Research in Social Sciences pg 11-18 Vol 25. No. 01– 2018
Abstract

This study intends to examine the genealogy and effectiveness of fishermen movement in North Banten. The research was conducted in two villages, Tengkurak and Lontar, in Tirtayasa Subregency, Serang Regency, Banten, on May 2017 until April 2018. Data collected were primary data from observation, in-depth interviews and FGDs with fishermen, fishermen organizations elites, government elites, non-government elites (moslem scholar or “ulama” and local strongmen or “jawara”), and NGOs. Meanwhile, secondary data is obtained from various sources, namely fishermen organizations, government agencies, companies, and NGOs. Data were analyzed descriptively using interactive analysis model. The results concluded that…..

Keywords Genealogy, Movement, Fishermen, North Banten
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