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Contemporary Global Studies Review (CGSR)   ISSN 2045-2608

Editor-in-Chief:Prof. Vincent Osa’s Aghayere

Aim/Scope: Contemporary Global Studies Review is dedicated to the advancement of multidisciplinary studies on contemporary issues in the world. The Journal features articles, essays, scientific research on a broad range of issues across all disciplines ranging from the Arts, Social Sciences and Sciences. The Journal is a peer reviewed journal that serves as a medium for academics, scholars and professionals to exchange opinions on global issues and the challenges there from. Contemporary Global Studies Review is published in co-operation with the centre for Development and Security Studies, River State University, Nigeria.

Editorial Board:
Zhang Zhixiang, Vice President, Wuxi Institute of Commerce PRC.
Thimothy C. Okeke Livingstone College, USA. 
S. Aminul Islam, Department of Sociology, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
S. M. Shamsul Alam, University of Southern Orego, USA. Past editor of African Journal of Sociology.
Golam Mathbor, Associate Dean, School of Humanities and Social Scienmces, Monmouth University, USA.

Gui Haijin, Dean Information Engineering Dept. Wuxi Institute of Commerce PRC

Jacob  Omekikor, Shivaji University, India

Iryna Palona, University of Liverpool, UK

Jokull Johannesson, University of Northampton, UK

Kinikanwo Anele, University of Port Harcourt

Lysias Gilbert, University of Kwazulu Natal, South Africa

Martin Parnell, Liverpool John Moores University UK

Peter Kien-hong YU, Swinburne University of Technology Australia.

Rose Onah, University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Sam Guobadia, Benson Idahosa University Sampson Ogboloikana, The Savannah Polytechnic, Port Harcourt

Sofiri Peterside, Centre for Advanced Social Science
Steven Fletcher Blue Ridge Community College, USA


Call for papers: Please send your submissions to editorcgsr@oxfordap.com


Volume 1 Issue 1 2011


Contemporary Global Studies Review Volume 1, Issue 1

ISSN 2045-2608 2011


Rethinking the Nigerian financial system in a cycle of financial crisis , Akongbowa B. Amadasun Ph.D, Abievwense John Aihie.

Africa and the new renaissance movement: A critique of the new partnership for Africa’s development (NEPAD) Godspower J. Irikana (Ph.D)Beatrice E. Awortu.

Genetics, stem cell therapies, convergence of biology and other sciences and their impact on Africa,Jokull Johanneson.
Changing attitudes to polygamy in Nigeria and women’s struggle for equality, Babafemi Odunsi.
Housing accommodation- a critical pathology in port-Harcourt, a Nigerian urban area Dr. Chukwunenye Iheanacho Okereke.
The dynamics of gender and behaviour in Nigerian society, Dr. John Chidi Olumati.

Traditional African value and modern Africa in the play the broken calabash, Tess Osonye Onwueme and Gloria Eme. Worugji (PhD).

Changing social environment and nation building: The role of the youth,  Dr. C. A. Omaka.

Trans-national threats and national security concerns: A study of Nigerian-Benin Republic border, Ngboawaji Daniel Nte.

Self-reliancism and national security: A critique, Barr. Simeon T. Igbanibo.

The dynamics of gun possession and conflict ridden communities in Ikwerre land, Dr. Eze Wosu.The Challenges and Prospects of Policing in Nigeria’s
Transitional Democracy: The Latest Innovation in Non-lethal Weapons Puzzle, Ngboawaji Daniel Nte.

Organization structures of private universities and tertiary institutions in Uganda, Jokull Johannesson, George Nakos.

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