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Patterns of diffusion in rural Eastern Nigeria

Joseph R. Ascroft

Patterns of diffusion in rural Eastern Nigeria

by Joseph R. Ascroft

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Published by Michigan State University Department of Communication in EasT Lansing .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby J. R. Ascroft, N. G. Röling, G. B. Kerr, G. D. Hursh.
SeriesDiffusion of innovations research reports -- No. 11
ContributionsMichigan State University. Department of Cummunication.
The Physical Object
Pagination175p.
Number of Pages175
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20090104M

Four states Abia, Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa and Rivers State were used to examine the nature and pattern of oil-spill disasters in rural Nigeria. It is argued that oil-spill hazards . De-agrarianization and Rural Employment in Igboland, South Eastern Nigeria by Barth Chukwuezi, Kano, Centre for Documentation and Research & Leiden, African Studies Centre Joint Working Paper vol. 37, African Rural Labour, Income Diversification and Livelihood Approaches: A Long-term Development Perspective.

Objectives: This study was generally aimed at determining the prevalence and pattern of obesity using body mass index (BMI) criterion and specifically screening for its common primary co-morbidities among adult Nigerians attending a rural Mission General Hospital in Imo state, South-Eastern Nigeria. Materials and Methods: A descriptive study was carried out from June to May   Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is one of the top killer diseases in the world sparing neither developed or developing countries. The study was carried out to determine the pattern of cardiovascular admissions at Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital Nnewi South East Nigeria.

(ACMAD), Niamey, on study of Spatial and temporal pattern of Annual rainfall in north eastern Nigeria, vii. Consultant for Adamawa State Environmental Protection Agency workshop on State Environmental Action Plan in ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP EXTERNAL EXAMINERSHIP Undergraduate External Examiner i. Adamawa State University, Mubi (). Download abstract book (PDF) ABSTRACT Background and challenges to implementation: Nationally representative prevalence studies have consistently reported higher rates of tobacco use in the South-Eastern parts of Nigeria but little is known about the pattern and perceptions and predictors of smokeless tobacco use in these parts of the country.


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BOOKS RECEIVED Andreski, Stanislav. The African Predicament. New York: Atherton Press, $ Ascroft, Joseph R., Niels G. Roling, Graham B. Kerr, and Gerald D. Hursh. Patterns of Diffusion in Rural Eastern Nigeria. Diffusion of Innovations Research Rep Department of Communication, Michigan State Eastern Nigeria.

Diffusion of. Patterns of Diffusion in Rural Eastern Nigeria. Joseph R. Ashcroft, Niels G. Roling, Graham B. Kerr, and Gerald D. Hursh Persian Land Reform, The. Lambton Planning Local Authority Services For the Elderly. Greta Sumner and Randall Smith Politics and Change in Developing Countries: Studies in the Theory and Practice of.

The Physical Setting of Eastern Nigeria. Front Matter. Pages PDF. General Aspects and Geology. The Pattern of Communications in Eastern Nigeria. Barry Floyd. Pages Development Planning prior to the Civil War.

Barry Floyd. Pages Back Matter. Pages PDF. About this book. Keywords. geography Nigeria regions. THE ‘FILL‐IN’ CONCEPT IN THE RURAL SETTLEMENT PATTERN OF SOUTHEASTERN NIGERIA THE ‘FILL‐IN’ CONCEPT IN THE RURAL SETTLEMENT PATTERN OF SOUTHEASTERN NIGERIA OKAFOR, FRANCIS C.

Departement of Geography and Regional Planning, University of Benin, Private Mail BagBenin City, Nigeria. Received, December ; revised. Profile of South-Eastern Nigerian and Description of the Study Area 12 Profile of south-eastern Nigeria 12 The study area 15 4.

Characteristics, Activities and Migration Patterns of Rural and Urban Places in South-Eastern Nigeria 20 Characteristics of urban places and people Morgan, W. ‘ Settlement patterns of the Eastern Region of Nigeria, ’ Nigerian GeographicalJournal I: 23 – Nwokwu, M.

‘ Awka wood carving, ’. '1'1-IL IWLL Ot' t\GHICULTU ItE rrND RU KtrL INDUSTHIES IN RURAL ULVELOPMLNT IN NSUKKA k2Eh OF LNUGU:TIITE, NIGEHIti Madu Ignatius Ani $.Sc. (Nig.) PG/MSc/89/ H L'roject Submitted to The School Of Post- graduate Studies And Department Of Geograpny, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, In Partial Fulfilment of The Kequircments For The Uegrec.

seasonal birth pattern in South eastern Nigeria from revealed a seasonal pattern in the monthly distribution of births, with the peak period observed during April-June, and a trough during November-January.

Ayeni [3] reported similar findings while analyzing live births between and in IgboOra, a rural area in South.

Relying on the Nigeria Watch database and newspaper reports from August to Aprilthis study analyses the root causes, patterns, and politicisation of the farmers/herdsmen conflicts in Nigeria. This study critically examines the relationship between climate change, land disputes, and the patterns of farmers/ herdsmen conflicts in Nigeria.

Abstract. We should now take a closer look at the geographical patterns created by the association of residential buildings in Eastern Nigeria; first on a topographic scale when the arrangement of individual homes in hamlets, quarters and villages in the rural areas may be studied, then at the regional level when areas of different types of communities, dispersed or compact, continuous or isolated, etc., may.

PDF | OnStanley M Maduagwu and others published Prevalence and Pattern of Knee Osteoarthritis in a North Eastern Nigerian Rural Community | Find, read and cite all the research you.

Merem et al.: Analyzing Land Use and Change Detection in Eastern Nigeria Using GIS and Remote Sensing ample agricultural land degradation resulting in output drops of around 30% to 90%, and 5% deficit on farm GDP. Erosion also inflicts overwhelming impacts on community.

Joseph R. Ascroft, Gerald D. Hursh, Nelis Roling, and Graham B. Kerr (), Patterns of Diffusion in Rural Eastern Nigera. Prodipto Roy, Frederick C. Fliegel, Joseph E. Kivlin,an Latlit K. Sen (), Patterns of Agricultural Diffusion in Rural India.

terns of Diffusion in Rural Eastern Nigeria. Diffusion of Innovation Research project Report II, Department of Communications, Michigan State University, last lansing, Michigan (mimeo). Herzog, William A., J. david Stanfield, Gordon Whiting, and Lynee Svenning. Patterns of Diffusion in Rural.

In the past two decades, population-environment research has focused on the hypothesis that house hold population has significant influence on agricultural land-use patterns and the health of the environment.

This study is therefore aimed at providing land use planners in Nigeria with basic data and information that will be useful in identifying the prospects for and constraints to intensive. determinants of rural settlement patterns and impacts on the environment of some settlements of cross river state, nigeria Article (PDF Available) June with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

the ‘fill‐in’ concept in the rural settlement pattern of southeastern nigeria FRANCIS C. OKAFOR *Departement of Geography and Regional Planning, University of Benin, Private Mail BagBenin City, Nigeria.

Policy Issues of e-Commerce Technology Diffusion in Southeast Nigeria: The Case of Small Scale Agribusiness Northumbria Built and Virtual Environment Working Paper Series • Vol. 2 No. 1, 1, 2, 3 School of Computing, Engineering and Information Science.

areas against the rural areas in Nigeria. [1] defined rural-urban migration as ‘‘the movement of people from the rural areas into cities’’.

Rural-urban migration is ‘‘the phenomenon of an unprecedented movement of people from the rural countryside to the burgeoning cities of.

Having travelled to and through rural areas in various geo-political zones of the country, the sight of education facilities in rural areas of Nigeria is disheartening, particularly in the 21 st century. From broken classroom walls, to opened roofs, damaged chalk board, over population and lack of sufficient chairs and tables in classes, bushy.

The aim of this study was to identify the differences and determinants of care-seeking patterns of urban and rural residents in Abia State in southeast Nigeria.

METHODS This was a cross-sectional, community-based, study involving respondents aged 18 years and above.Nigeria - Nigeria - Daily life and social customs: Nigeria’s vibrant popular culture reflects great changes in inherited traditions and adaptations of imported ones.

Establishments serving alcoholic beverages are found everywhere except where Islamic laws prohibit them. Hotels and nightclubs are part of the landscape of the larger cities.Migration and Cultural Identity Retention of Igbo Migrants in Ibadan, Nigeria Internal migration remains one viable means of cultural diffusion among different ethnic nationalities.

It Many Igbo emigrated out of the traditional Igbo homeland in the south eastern Nigeria due to an absence of federal presence, lack of jobs and poor.