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#4MyResearch: History Project Topics

Historians rely on historical research method. Various sources have been employed by History researchers to investigate important past events. Omotere Tope is a professional Historian at #4MyResearch who employ a sophisticated multidisciplinary approach to historicize peoples’ culture, festivals, biographies, foreign policies, military history, church history, economic history, political history, and micro-History. Check a list of well-researched […]

EFFECTS OF DIVORCE ON WOMEN IN NIGERIA

Demographers predict that more than 45% of first-time marriages in the 21st century will eventually end in divorce (Amato, 2010; Cherlin, 2010; Clarke-Stewart & Brentano, 2006). Research is plentiful on the topic of divorce, particularly as they affect children of the divorcees. However, there are limited data and scholarly works on the impact of divorce on women in Nigeria. It is on this basis that this study addresses the impact of divorce on women with specific reference to financial status, emotional well-being, and self-esteem.

An Assessment of the Relationship between the African Union, United Nations and the International Criminal Court in Peacemaking in Sudan

RESEARCH PROPOSAL Chapter One: Introduction The African Union (AU) together with the United Nations and the International Criminal Court (ICC) have pledged to create a continent of peace and solidarity. However, dozens of socio-ethnic conflicts occur across the continent despite the AU’s best efforts to prevent them. In this thesis, case study of Sudan is […]

THIRD PARTY INTERVENTION IN CONFLICT RESOLUTION: CASE OF ICJ RULING ON NIGERIA VERSUS CAMEROON OVER BAKASSI PENINSULA

This chapter examines the cession of Bakassi Peninsula to Cameroon with the aim of finding out whether it was an international conspiracy or a diplomatic blunder. Some research questions were raised bothering on whether Bakassi was ever located in Nigeria, when and why the dispute broke out between Nigeria and Cameroon, and whether the International Court of Justice (ICJ) verdict was fair to Nigeria.

Social Media Usage as Predictor of Examination Malpractices among Students in Nigeria

PROPOSAL 1.1 Background to the Study Scholars have indentified age of the student (Achio, 2012);gender of the student (Nwafor, 2009); as well as test anxiety (Omotere, 2011) as traditional predictors of examination malpractices among students. Other predictors of examination malpractices that have equally received the attention of scholars include peer group pressure, poor study habit, […]