Results for 'Oluyomi Esan'

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    Gender and Rural–Urban Differences in the Nutritional Status of in-School Adolescents in South-Western Nigeria.Olayinka O. Omigbodun, Kofoworola I. Adediran, Joshua O. Akinyemi, Akinyinka O. Omigbodun, Babatunde O. Adedokun & Oluyomi Esan - 2010 - Journal of Biosocial Science 42 (5):653-676.
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    The Practice of Inheritance in Esan.Justina O. Ehiakhamen - 2011 - Cultura 8 (1):49-62.
    The act of discrimination against the female sex is an undeniable phenomenon in virtually all human societies, though the severity varies from one society to another. It is against this backdrop that this paper is aimed at exposing the inadequate nature of the primogeniture rule of inheritance towards the female, as practised by the Esan people. The paper tests the validity of the logic on which the disinheritance of females rests, and discovers that it is invalid as it violates (...)
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    Wat Phra Tat: Space and Environment Management of Buddhist Temples and Relics in the Esan Region.Bancha Nakthong, Sitthisak Jumpadaeng & Souneth Phothisane - 2015 - Asian Culture and History 7 (1).
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  4. Esan gar proeôrakotes (Actes 21, 29): Trophime at-il été vu à Jérusalem?B. Gineste - 1995 - Revue Thomiste 95 (2):251-272.
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    What is This Thing Called Love? A Gender Implication of the Ontologico-Epistemic Status of Love in an African Traditional Marriage System.Isaac Ukpokolo - 2012 - Human Affairs 22 (1):79-88.
    Though its actual nature and content remain debatable, the importance of love in human relations is indubitable. This paper attempts an exploration of the phenomenon of love in the institution of marriage in Esan traditional culture. It questions the reality or ontology of love or its epistemic content within the said culture. In other words, the question is, is there love in the Esan traditional marriage system? If there is none, then it is an ontological issue. And if (...)
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    Afrocentric Attitudinal Reciprocity and Social Expectations of Employees: The Role of Employee-Centred CSR in Africa.Oluseyi Aju & Eshani Beddewela - forthcoming - Journal of Business Ethics:1-19.
    In view of the limited consideration for Afrocentric perspectives in organisational ethics literature, we examine Employee-Centred Corporate Social Responsibility from the perspective of Afrocentric employees’ social expectations. We posit that Afrocentric employees’ social expectations and the organisational practices for addressing these expectations differ from conventional conceptualisation. By focusing specifically upon the psychological attributes evolving from the fulfilment of employees’ social expectations, we argue that Afrocentric socio-cultural factors could influence perceived organisational support and perceived employee cynicism. We further draw upon social (...)
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