AFRICAN JOURNAL FOR THE PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDIES OF SOCIAL ISSUES

The African Journal for the Psychological Study of Social Issues is dedicated to the Scientific investigation of psychological and social issues and related phenomenon in Africa. The journal does not undertake to specify rigidly an appropriate domain of context, but intends rather to reflect current significant research of psychology and social issues. Although the journal primarily publishes reports of empirical research, other types of papers relevant to the development of an African view of psychology (such as theoretical analyses, literature reviews, methodological notes, observations on published articles etc.) are also sought. Volumes 1-15 can be accessed HERE

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Vol 23, No 2 (2020): AFRICAN JOURNAL FOR THE PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDIES OF SOCIAL ISSUES

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Articles

TELECOMMUTING DURING COVID-19 IN NIGERIA. PDF
Patricia Iyore AJAYI 1-9
CELEBRITY WORSHIP AND ITS ASSOCIATION WITH SUBJECTIVE MENTAL HEALTH OF ADOLESCENT UNDERGRADUATES IN NIGERIAN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS PDF
Uju Ifeoma NNUBIA, Chidiogo Lovelyn EZEONYECHE, Ezinne Judith NNODIM, Ujunwa Eugenia OKENWA 10-21
PSYCHOMETRICS EVALUATION OF COVID-19 DEATH ANXIETY AMONG HEALTH WORKERS PDF
Rasaq Kayode AWOSOLA, Kingsley Monday AIKPOGHOMHE 22-29
WEEKLY MARKET SANITATION EXERCISE AND PERCEIVED WELL-BEING OF TRADERS IN SELECTED MARKETS IN IBADAN PDF
Cyril Babasope AKINYELE 30-41
ASSESSMENT OF INTERNET ADDICTION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN ABUJA MUNICIPAL AREA COUNCIL PDF
Emmanuel Onu ALHASSAN, Nkiru Janefrancis EBIRIM, Oluwabunmi Hezekiah AJAYI, Francis Bala Aku AKWASH 42-53
CONSIDERING GRADUATE EMPLOYABILITY AS A PREDICTOR FOR THE SHRINKING OF STUDENT ENROLLMENTS IN SELECTED PRIVATE TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN RWANDA PDF
Cyprien Sikubwabo, André Muhirwa, Philothère Ntawiha 54-70
WOMEN VULNERABILITY AND SOCIAL WELFARE DURING COVID-19 LOCKDOWN IN NIGERIA PDF
Helen Jibike FATOYE 71-80
SOCIAL MEDIA AND COVID-19: IMPLICATION FORPREVENTION AND SPREAD OF INFORMATION IN NIGERIA PDF
Patricia Awa TAIWO, Jude Monday IGWE 81-89
INFLUENCE OF EMOTIONAL LABOUR AND JOB STRESS ON ATTITUDES TOWARDS PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS AMONG YOUTH HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS IN NIGERIA PDF
Olusola I. AKINBOBOLA 90-99
FACING THE TRUTH: THE CHALLENGES OF HIV DISCLOSURE AMONG ADOLESCENTS WITH PERINATAL HIV IN BULAWAYO, ZIMBABWE PDF
Gomera SHERON, Samson ZIVANAI, Zirima HERBERT 100-107


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