In some distributed and mobile communication models, a message disappears in one place and miraculously appears in another.
INTRODUCTION The Restoration period (1660-1700) had a great influence on the life and literature of contemporary age. This period is called the Restoration period because in this period, with the restoration of monarchy, the English literary tradition was restored. In the Commonwealth period Charles-II, the son of Charles-I escaped from England to France. After the fall of Commonwealth, the people of England brought him back and made him king of England (on May 29, 1660). He remained in power till his demise in 1685 when James-II, another son of Charles-I, ascended the throne. He was a catholic and most of the people who were protestants wanted to dethrone him. In 1688 there was the Glorious Revolution (Bloodless Revolution) against him. He fled to France. William-III of France and his wife Mary, the son-in-law and daughter of James-II, came to the power
Conflict always has negative connotations in the faces of the people but they forgot it also have positive side to development of the Country. The piece try to elicit the positive and negative aspects of conflict to development of the Country Nigeria. Conflict help in shaping the world if manage well. The world keep advancing in science and technology because of the power struggle in the world. Countries like China, North Korea and south Korea, South Africa, and other is stepping up to the challenge of the threat the USA and Russia pose to the peace of the world. The piece is of great importance to the students of politics, development, sociology and economic and the general public who want to know the contribution conflict has make to the development of Nigeria.
INTRODUCTION The deluge of environmental problems facing the world today has made it imperative that we re-examine our relationship with the environment, especially as most of these environmental problems are caused by human beings. The environmental system has continued to deteriorate owing to what many believe to be the result of over-exploitation of nature. Many would readily argue that much as man’s activities towards the environment have the survival and well-being of humans as the driving force, the environment and its non-human contents have a value of their own that needs to be upheld. It is the realization of the truism in this assertion that led to the emergence of different pro-nature or environment groups with the primary aim of conscientizing the public on the possibilities and the urgent need for establishing an ethical/morally-based relationship with the natural environment. This paper, therefore, is an exposition and appraisal of some key issues and systems/schools of thought in environmental ethics with the aim of laying bare the latent implications of these varying schools of thought vis-à-vis man and the environment. It also demonstrates that irrespective of the use the environment and its non-human contents can be to man; there is the need and the possibility of developing an ethical-based relationship with the environment.
In all parts of Igbo land, when death occurs, many steps (procedures) are taken by various categories of people - usually sons, daughters, relations, husbands, in-laws etc from the point of death up to the time of funeral.
women have not been given the adequate respect they deserve. Sophocles once said that “silence gives the proper grace to women.” Men were often perceived as the dominant sex; women were just asked to perform in the kitchen, and please their spouse. According to feminist criticism, the root of the prejudice against women have long been embedded in western culture. The female feminist Virginia Woolf wrote “A room of one’s own,” in which she declares that men have treated women as inferiors. She states that society believes that women are inferior to men; men controls the income, while women just seat at home and this is exactly the case in The Lion and the Jewel and The Trials of Brother Jero.