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Scirj Volume III, Issue V, May 2015 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th May 2015
Full Paper available from: 25th May 2015


Comparative Study of Social Infrastructure Provision in Ikwerre and Etche Local Government Areas of Rivers State Using Geographic Information System
Ibama Brown , Owukio Stewart Senibo, Wocha Chikagbum

Abstract: There are observed inequalities in the provision and distribution of social infrastructural facilities in Ikwerre and Etche. The paper examined the availability of some social infrastructural facilities in this two local government of Rivers State. It equally examined the extent to which those facilities have promoted rural development in the State. Data were collected mainly from primary sources. A total number of 160 copies of questionnaire were administered in sixteen (16) settlements from the two (2) Local Government Areas and all were retrieved for the analysis. Research findings revealed lopsided distribution of Electricity, Potable water supply and other utilities. However, the availability of education and health facilities were largely indicated by respondents in the 16 settlements of the study areas. The paper recommended that a comprehensive strategy which will eliminate intra and inter multidimensional inequality in the study area be instituted. It also suggested that an articulated and integrated plan for social infrastructure provision indicating priority areas using acceptable criteria is needed for costs to be minimized, and that there should be a balance in the provision of social infrastructure within LGA’s.
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The attitudes of veterinarians at two continuous education seminars in Nigeria towards pain and its management in animals
DR. NJOKU UCHECHUKWU NJOKU, DR. JOSEPH O. OMAMEGBE, DR. EBERE OBIAGERI ODIRICHUKWU, DR. ROCK ODIMMA UKAHA, DR. KELECHI THERESA JEREMIAH

Abstract: Veterinarians attending two continuous professional education seminars (CPES) in Nigeria were randomly surveyed about their attitudes towards pain and its management in animals.About 90% of respondents to the survey claim that they assess animal patients for pain. The most common drugs used for pain management by respondents were glucocorticoids (80.0%) and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) (78.5%). However, it is not certain if these anti-inflammatory drugs are used primarily for the control of pain per-se or for other conditions thought to be responsive to them. About twenty two percent of respondents who treated against pain indicated that they used opioids, while about 18.0% of them used ketamine or xylazine in the management of pain in animals. The result of this survey clearly points to the need to sensitise veterinarians, para- veterinary personnel and the general public in Nigeria and other developing economies about the importance of pain identification and management in ill, traumatised or operated animals.
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The Importance of the Examination on Regulation and Legislation in Indonesia
Dr. Hoesein Zainal Arifin, S.H

Abstract: Concern on the importance of the implementation of regulation as well as legislation has increased significantly in Indonesia in recent years. Not only that, discussion on the meaning of law was also rising. This paper aims at discussing how can regulation and legislation in Indonesia were examined. Using data and information advanced in the literature and other secondary data, it was found that as a normative control, the examination can be performed by the institution itself or its maker can also be done by institutions outside the regulatory agencies. If the examinations performed by the manufacturer agencies can be called internal examination or internal controls, but if the examination is author institution outside the institution may be called external examination or external supervision. The regulatory agency that produced legislation is possible to examine its own law. The establishment of the authority of legislation attached to the legislative control of the normative examining is commonly called legislative review that its object is the law and the constitution and product Legal equivalents. However, if the establishment of regulatory authority is the executive or government regulations as a command execution laws or regulations as the implementation of the functions and duties of governance, then the normative control or examining are commonly called executive review. But if the normative control of the various regulations issued by the executive performed by institutions outside the executive in this case by the institution of judicial power, the normative control or examining are commonly referred to judicial review. These normative controls intended to prevent all forms of government activities in running the government does not get stuck on the authoritarian practice, because the trend towards authoritarian is very open.
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Survey Paper (Mobile Learning)
Adnan Majeed Hajvery University

Abstract: The purpose of this survey paper to highlight mobile education and mobile electronic learning using tablet, PDA and Smartphone. The Methodology of the research contains previous research and latest research paper. The investigation of Mobile learning in universities and education institution has been discussed. Mobile learning provides lot of benefits to the student at the moment. Student can easily learn through mobile, Smartphone and PDA using internet connection. The objective of this research paper present analysis of the mobile learning and education.
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Examining the Attitudes and Perceptions of Internal Publics towards Corporate Social Responsibility in Financial Institutions: The Case of National Bank of Kenya
Leah W. Muchemi

Abstract: The realization by banks that they need to be socially responsible to secure their existence in society is driving them to spend lots of money in trying to reach out to the external publics while giving little consideration for internal publics. This makes the internal publics feel left. Consequently, this study sought to find out the perceptions and attitudes held by internal publics towards Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) at National Bank of Kenya and to establish the factors that contribute to the attitudes and perceptions. The study utilized the survey method on a sample of 66 middle level employees drawn from six branches of NBK within Nairobi area. Data was collected using a questionnaire. In depth interviews were conducted on senior public relations personnel at the bank . The study was informed by the functionalist theory of attitudes, the systems theory and the stakeholder theory since they were relevant in addressing attitudes and perceptions, internal publics and CSR. The findings revealed various CSR activities that NBK engages in as well as favorable and unfavourable attitudes that the internal publics hold towards CSR. Although most of the employees at NBK do not perceive CSR to be depriving them of possible salary increment, they do not willingly participate in CSR functions.
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