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|Is the decline and fall of South African universities looming?
|Who are we teaching? a first-year class at the University of the North.
|Perception and control of secret cult and gang-induced difficulties for quality living and learning in Nigerian universities: the case study of universities in the Middle Belt Zone.
||Smah, Sam O.
|Aspects of instrumentalization of the University in Nigeria: students' experience and the current significance of the certificate
|Understanding and predicting students' dishonesty: development of a measure of dishonesty and unreliable behaviours.
||Kikooma, Julius F.; Munene, John C.; Nyende, Paul; Kibanja, Grace M.
|Problems of seeding and harvesting higher education in postcolonial Ghana: historical antecedents and contemporary trends
||Akurang-Parry, Kwabena O.
|Aggressive behaviour in education institutions: theoretical perspectives and implications for school and university managers in Uganda.
||Mpaata, Kaziba A.
|ICTs and youths: benefits and challenges.
||Bakkabulindi, Fred E. K.
|Lecturer-students' perception of the causes, effects and management patterns of students' unrest in tertiary institutions.
||Chinyere, N. Alimba
|From Public University Dominance to Private University Policy Initiatives in Nigeria: the Push and Pull Factors.
||Gboyega, Ilusanya; Oyebade, Stephen Adebanjo
|Gender Differences in Adolescent on Problems of Adolescent Delinquency in Nigeria Universities: Implications on Management, Policy and Planning of School Based HIV/Aids Education.
||Akinsolu, A. Olatoun
|Moral crisis in higher institutions and the dress code phenomenon.
||Fayokun, K.O.; Adedeji, S.O.; Oyebade, S.A.
|Born into the Digital Age in the south of Africa: the reconfiguration of the “digital citizen
||Czerniewicz, Laura; Brown, Cheryl
|Lecturers' discourses about the interplay between language and learning
|The social and emotional challenges of female postgraduate students in South Africa
||Magano, Meahabo Dinah
|Student engagement in South African higher education
||Wawrzynski, Matthew R.; Ashleigh M. Heck,; Christopher T. Remley
|Life on the Hill: students and the social history of Makerere