Volume 2 No. 3

Volume 2 No. 3

‘THE PLACE OF ETHICS IN THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF BENUE STATE (1 – 8) - Rev. Fr. Thomas Targuma Akpen Ph.D & Vitalis Terhemba Anaana

RELEVANCE OF CHRISTIANITY IN CHECKING UNETHICAL PRACTICES AMONG STAFF OF TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA (9 – 16) - Rev. Sr. Dr. Clara M. Austin Iwuoha

REGENERATING MORAL STANDARDS IN NIGERIAN SOCIETY THROUGH THE TEACHING OF ETHICS IN SCHOOLS (17 – 21) - Ejike, Emeka Cyril

ETHICS AND TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA (22 – 27)
- Peter Okey Ejikeme, PhD

ETHICS AND IMPLICATIONS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY/ HUMAN GENETIC ENGINEERING (28 – 35) - Enemuo Johnpaul Chinedu

ETHICAL CHALLENGES IN A WORLD OF RAPID TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT: NIGERIAN/AFRICAN EXPERIENCE (36 – 43)
- Rev. Fr. Dr. Ignatius Uzondu

ETHICAL ISSUES OF PUBLIC SERVICE IN NIGERIA (44 – 51)
Rev. Fr. Dr. Ejimbeonwu, Gerald Kc

GOOD GOVERNANCE: A CONSEQUENCE OF GOOD CONSTITUTION AND GOOD LEADERSHIP (52 – 56) - Umeodinka Chukwuma Josephat

PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES OF MEDICINAL PLANTS AND TRADITIONAL MEDICINE IN NIGERIA (57 – 63) - Vitalis Chukwunonso Ogbo

ETHICS AND CHARACTER FORMATION IN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS: A PHILOSOPHICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE ROLE OF GENERAL STUDIES (64 –70)
- Matthew Ikechukwu Obijekwu, PhD & Romanus Ikechukwu Muomah, PhD

TEACHERS’ KNOWLEDGE AND VIOLATION OF THE CHILD’S RIGHTS ACT IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ANAMBRA STATE (71 – 81)
- Umeh, Mary Hilary Carol (Rev. Sr.), PhD

SOME CHARACTERISTICS OF AFRICAN ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS (82 – 87)
- Anthony Ufearoh, PhD & Jude Onebunne, PhD

THEOLOGICAL ECHOES VIS-A-VIS THE SUFFERING OF WOMEN IN AFRICA
(88 – 97) - Prof. KANU, Ikechukwu Anthony, O.S.A.
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THE NIGERIAN LEGAL PROFESSION AS AN INSTRUMENT OF SOCIAL ENGINEERING (98 – 112)- Nwokike, Livinus Ifeatu,