5 edition of Western education and the Nigerian cultural background. found in the catalog.
Western education and the Nigerian cultural background.
Otonti A. Nduka
Bibliography: p. 161-166.
|LC Classifications||LA1611.N5 N34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 168 p.|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||64054802|
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Western education and the Nigerian cultural background. Ibadan, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Nduka, Otonti A. Western education and the Nigerian cultural background. Ibadan, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Otonti A Nduka.
The primary interests of this work are the links between society and culture; indigenous education and culture; and cultural diversity and western education. Education and culture in Nigeria are situated in historical context, and against a background of a rapidly globalising world, where cultures are drawing close to one another, and the need.
A few days before his 80th birthday was the release of another of his works, "The Roots of African Underdevelopment". The launch of the book was held at the University of Port Harcourt. Bibliography. Western Education and Nigerian Cultural Background, () Ibadan: Oxford University Press.
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However, Nigeria’s most diverse feature is its people. Hundreds of languages are spoken in the country, including Yoruba, Igbo, Fula, Hausa, Edo, Ibibio, Tiv, and English.
Nigeria - Nigeria - Daily life and social customs: Nigeria’s vibrant popular culture reflects great changes in inherited traditions and adaptations of imported ones.
Establishments serving alcoholic beverages are found everywhere except where Islamic laws prohibit them. Hotels and nightclubs are part of the landscape of the larger cities.
The culture of Nigeria is shaped by Nigeria's multiple ethnic country has languages, seven of them are extinct. Nigeria also has over dialects and ethnic groups. The six largest ethnic groups are the Hausa and Fulani in the north, the Igbo in the southeast, and the Yoruba predominate in the southwest, the Tiv people of North Central Nigeria and the Efik.
The Historical Background of Boko Haram Boko Haram (literally translated as “Western Education is a Sin”) is a genocidal criminal movement led by an Islamist extremist, Abubakar Shekau, who has vowed to destroy every Christian school in Nigeria, and to carry out terrorist attacks on Nigerian government police and government officials.
More than ethnic tribes call present-day Nigeria home. The three largest and most dominant ethnic groups are the Hausa, Yoruba, and Igbo (pronounced ee-bo). Other smaller groups include the Fulani, Ijaw, Kanuri, Ibibio, Tiv, and Edo. Prior to their conquest by Europeans, these ethnic groups had separate and independent histories.