UNE DIMENSION DE L’HISTOIRE DU CAMEROUN : LES RECHERCHES SUR L’ARCHEOLOGIE ET LES CIVILISATIONS ANCIENNES DE 1920 A 1998

Par Jean-Paul OSSAH MVONDO ENS – Département d’Histoire B.P. 47 Yaoundé E-mail : ossahmvondo@yahoo.fr INTRODUCTION Au Cameroun, les recherches sur les civilisations anciennes et archéologie datent de plus de 70 ans. En effet après la conférence de Berlin de 1884, le Cameroun devient une colonie Allemande. La première guerre mondiale et la défaite des puissances […]

NIGERIA’S ENVIRONMENTAL CAPITAL ABUSE IN THE SAVANNAH REGION SINCE 1960S: IMPLICATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

By Dominic A. Akpan Department of History and International Studies University of Uyo, Uyo Email: apkng2002@yahoo.com GSM: 08035806603 And Mohammed Ahmed Department of Vocational Education University of Uyo, Uyo GSM: 08053400327 ABSTRACT Environmental capital is concerned with forest, soil quality and rangeland. For many years, indeed before independence environmental issues were not taken seriously in […]

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN NIGERIA: OBVIOUS MISCONCEPTIONS

RICHARD U. EKEH Department of Private Law Faculty of Law, University of Uyo, Uyo Nigeria SUMMARY Corporate, social responsibility has been trailed with obvious misconceptions in Nigeria’s business landscape. The absence of major socio-economic components of this globally accepted concept has been criticised. This article will attempt to supply these misconceptions for better understanding and […]