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 Compare and Contrast John Webster’s “The Duchess of Malfi” and Alphara Behn’s “The Rover” as a Jacobean Revenge Tragedy and a Restoration Comedy Respectively.

Compare and Contrast John Webster’s “The Duchess of Malfi” and Alphara Behn’s “The Rover” as a Jacobean Revenge Tragedy and a Restoration Comedy Respectively.

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CONCLUSION The similarities and differences between “The Duchess of Malfi” and “The Rovers” can never be overemphasize. Restoration comedy and Jacobean Revenge tragedy deeply applies Thomas Hobbes and Niccolo Machiavellian’s principle. Restoration comedy celebrates this principle while Jacobean revenge tragedy discourages the principle by pointing out its negative effect.

 
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Daad Scholarship Application Procedure

Daad Scholarship Application Procedure

DAAD Scholarship Application Procedure for University of Nigeria, Nsukka

 
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Certificate Without Knowledge as the Bane of Efficient Labour and Productivity in Nigeria: An Ethical Reflection

Certificate Without Knowledge as the Bane of Efficient Labour and Productivity in Nigeria: An Ethical Reflection

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Abstract. This paper examines the Nigerian education system vis-à-vis the quality of Nigerian graduates in the labour market. It argues that Nigeria’s education curriculum places undue emphasis on the possession of certificates, and that this undue emphasis on certification has made every other value about education secondary to the acquisition of certificates. While noting that it is through education that knowledge or skill is acquired for the development of the individual and the society, the paper contends that the placement of undue value on certificates without the requisite knowledge to defend them has cheapened the pursuit of knowledge, learning and acquisition of relevant skills. It appears that every Nigerian aspiring to go into education has, as his immediate concern, the acquisition of certificate. In a related development, the paper notes that it was the quest to possess certificates at all cost that led to the entrance of “expo” (examination leakage) into our education system. It further argues that besides making nonsense of the noble aims and objectives of examination, examination malpractice has resulted in bad consequences for both the Nigerian education system and the labour sector. Firstly, it has bastardized the image of Nigeria’s education system and that of the graduates it produces before the international communities. Secondly, the high level of intellectual emptiness displayed by most Nigerian workers that are products of this bastardized system has resulted in work inefficiency and low productivity. Seen thus, the paper concludes that education which is supposed to be an instrument for poverty reduction and national development has now been turned into a veritable instrument for human and national underdevelopment. As a solution to the quagmire, the paper suggests that in terms of employment, our government and human resource managers should shift emphasis from paper qualification to the possession of requisite knowledge or skill. Again, there should be massive campaign aimed at value re-orientation of the Nigerian masses.

 
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Philosophy, Creativity and Development: Reflections on the Importance of Philosophy

Philosophy, Creativity and Development: Reflections on the Importance of Philosophy

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Abstract. This work underscores the value of philosophy as a catalyst for both human and social development. It examines the relationship between philosophy and creativity as well as that between philosophy and national/societal development. Thereafter, it argues that the moral development of the people is a necessary though not a sufficient condition for socio-politico-economic cum scientific development to take place in a country. It discloses that prejudice, unfounded assumptions as well as over-emphasis on materialistic values are the major reasons for low patronage of philosophy by the public. After a thorough examination of the nature of philosophy and the inherent values and potentialities it has for the development of the individual and society, the paper goes on to conclude that until Nigerians realize that the goods of the mind are as important as the goods of the body, things may not really change for the better.

 
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Visual Basic Simple Calculator :- Addition Code

Visual Basic Simple Calculator :- Addition Code

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Poor Attitude to Work in the Nigerian Public Sector

Poor Attitude to Work in the Nigerian Public Sector

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POOR ATTITUDE TO WORK IN THE NIGERIAN PUBLIC SECTOR

 
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Discussion on Five Qualities of a Successful Entrepreneur

Discussion on Five Qualities of a Successful Entrepreneur

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As an entrepreneur, it is Paramount to put discipline, confidence, open mindedness, self-starter and competition into consideration in order to achieve your set goal.

 
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