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Influence Of Topography And Management Practices On Phosphorus Content Of Soils Formed In Migmatite On The Jos Plateau, Nigeria | Galadima, J.S.  Maton, S.  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Agriculture | Dec,2019
The Jos Plateau is a predominantly agricultural area where the problem of low soil fertility has been identified as a constraint to crop production (Galadima et al, 2018). In the light of this, the study was done to analyse the content of phosphorus in the soils with the main parameters

Current Management Practices Employed On Selected Nonwood Biomass In Kiboga District | Bamwenda Paschal  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Ecology | Dec,2019  premium
The study on the potential of nonwood biomass as feedstock for briquetting was done with the objective; to establish the current management practices used in management of selected nonwood biomass. The study followed baseline survey descriptive and quasi experimental design. 146 maize farmers were sampled. 40 sample plots were established

Quantification Of Selected Nonwood Biomass As Feedstock For Briquette Making In Kiboga District | Bamwenda Paschal  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Forestry | Dec,2019
The study on the potential of nonwood biomass as feedstock for briquetting was done with the objective; to identify and quantify selected nonwood biomass which can be used as feedstock for briquette making. The study followed baseline survey descriptive and quasi experimental design. 146 maize farmers were sampled. 40 sample

Stakeholders Relationship Management And Organizational Health Of Hotels In Rivers State: Implications For Nation Building | Obiora, Judipat Nkiruka  Ifegbo, Lawrencia Ifeoma  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Hospitality Tourism | Dec,2019
This paper addressed the relationship between stakeholders' relationship management and organizational health of hotels in Rivers State. The paper is designed as an empirical paper and examined the relative impact and influence of stakeholders' relationship dimensions such as stakeholders' identification, prioritization and engagement on the health of hotels in Rivers

Exploring Job Satisfaction And Organizational Commitment Relationship: A Study Of Key Employee Groups In A Multi-campus Public University In Northern Ghana | Abdul Kahar Abukari  Francis Nangbeviel Sanyare  Ibrahim Alhassan  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Human Resource | Dec,2019  super premium
This paper examines the relationship between Job Satisfaction (JS) and Organizational Commitment (OC) of Teaching Staff (TS), Non-Teaching Staff (NTS) and Senior Staff (SS) groups of a multi-campus public University in Northern Ghana. Out of a total of 251 questionnaires that were administered to the three employee groups of the

An Investigation Into The Practice Of Henri Fayol’s Principles Of Management In Ondo State Civil Service, Nigeria | Dr. Fasunwon Adebayo Folorunso  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Human Resource | Dec,2019  premium
Every organization is established to achieve pre-determined goals. However, these goals cannot be achieved without the conscious effort of administration which not only seeks to understand the goals, but also sets in place the necessary programs that would engender the cooperation of employees to achieve these goals. The fourteen principles

Assessing The Effect Of Governance Arrangement Types On Faculty Staff Performance: Evidence Within Universities In Ghana | Hannah E. A. Acquah  Beatrice Akosua Adjapong  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Management | Dec,2019
Globally, university governance has been undergoing a process of unprecedented transformation and Ghana is no exception. This paper provides empirical evidence of governance arrangement types employed by universities within and its effect on faculty staff performance in Ghana The study adopts an exploratory approach by practically analyzing governance structures types

A Critical Review Of Application Of Turn-taking Sequence And Conformity To Journalism Norms: A Case Of A Professional Journalist In A Political Tv Interview | Linshang Li  Dr Lily Yu  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Media Studies | Dec,2019
This is a critical analysis of turn-taking and conformity to journalism norms using a television interview of Rwanda's President Paul Kagame and Neven Mimica, the EU Commissioner for Cooperation and Development, hosted by Catherine Nicholson, a journalist from Radio France Internationale and France 24 television. Overall, TV interviews follows turn-taking

Exploring Breastfeeding Perceptions, Beliefs, Subjective Norms And Practices Of Mothers In Informal Settlements In Kenya | Loyce Joyce Anyango  David Omondi Okeyo  Mary Mugambi  Judith Waswa  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Public Health | Dec,2019
Introduction: Despite benefits of exclusive breastfeeding, the rates are low in informal settlements in Kenya. Objective: This study aimed to exploring breastfeeding practices, perceptions, beliefs, and subjective norms among mothers in informal settlements in Kenya using theory of planned behaviour. Methods: The study sites were randomly selected Kibera in Nairobi,

Qualitative Study Exploring Mother’s Perceptions Of Child Malnutrition In Informal Settlements In Kenya | Loyce Joyce Anyango  David Omondi Okeyo  Mary Mugambi  Judith Waswa  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Public Health | Dec,2019
Introduction: It is important to understand the mother's views of child malnutrition for successful prevention and intervention initiatives. Objective: The objective of this study was to explore mother's perceptions of the risk of child malnutrition in urban informal settlements in Kenya. Methods: The study sites included Kibera in Nairobi, Manyatta

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