Issue 1. Q3 2010

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1st Issue of the Journal

A Word from the Editor

Nov 9 2010

With the publication of this issue, Jos Journal of Humanities enters a new and exciting phase of existence which we hope will be enduring. There are three main reasons for my optimism.

Patterns of Nigeria’s Under-Development in Nigerian Home Video

Nov 9 2010

By
Prof. John S. Illah
Dean of Arts, University of Jos

Is Boko Haram? Asking the Fodios

Nov 9 2010

By
Ibrahim Haruna Hassan
Department of Religious Studies, University of Jos

A Socio-Ethical Analysis of Moses’ Leadership: Implications for Nigerian Christian Politicians

Nov 9 2010

By
Pic Onwochei
Department of Religious Studies, University of Jos

John Vianney: Model for the 21st Century Priest

Nov 9 2010

By
Rev. Fr. John Gyang
Department of Religious Studies, University of Jos

Peaceful Co-Existence: The Qur’anic Perspective

Nov 9 2010

By
Nasir Muhammad Abdulhameed
&
Fatima Muhammad Sani
Department of Religious Studies, University of Jos

Economy as an Essential Principle in the Structural Configuration of Road Traffic Signs

Nov 9 2010

By
Ahidjo U. Embugushiki
Department of English, University of Jos

A Vision of Contemporary Nigeria in Helon Habila’s Fictional Works

Nov 9 2010

By
Clement S. Chirman
Department of General Studies, Plateau State Polytechnic
Barkin Ladi

The Language of Church Sermons: A Stylistic Perspective

Nov 9 2010

By
Andrew Onoja
Department of English, University of Jos

LA FRANCOPHONIE ET LE NIGERIA D’AUJOURD’HUI

Nov 9 2010

La Francophonie rassemble toutes les différentes manifestations de la