Eunice U. Ibekwe

Eunice U. Ibekwe
Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka | Unizik · Department of Music

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This paper centres on the role of music in the growth and development of individuals. It critically describes the various arms of musical scholarships engaged by students that help facilitate their development. Data collection for the work was basically through interviews and interactions with some students of the Department of Music, Nnamdi Azikiw...
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Tertiary institution constitutes a conglomeration of peoples of varying ethical backgrounds, a place where a high level of independence is maintained between the teachers and the taught or even among students themselves, a place where cultural values suffer at the altar of modernism and imitation. At tertiary institution level, students who are at...
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The nature, quality and structure of African Music are such that create, propagate and define elaborate potentials which reflect cultural experiences in the day to day activities of man. Obviously, the philosophy of African Music can neither be fully explicated nor better conceived or appreciated outside its functional and utilitarian point of view...
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It should be counted or considered a privilege to have the opportunity of writing on a rare personality such as Prof Dan C.C. Agu. Gone are the days when people are only celebrated and immortalized at death. Celebrating Agu at 70 has not only provided a reflective moment of his grandiose achievements but a challenging ground for all in this academi...
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It should be counted or considered a privilege to have the opportunity of writing on a rare personality such as Prof Dan C.C. Agu. Gone are the days when people are only celebrated and immortalized at death. Celebrating Agu at 70 has not only provided a reflective moment of his grandiose achievements but a challenging ground for all in this academi...
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The article discusses the effect of technology on traditional music and how this traditional music can aid national development.
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The concept of feminism has remained a bane among women folk in Igbo society and even beyond. This paper critically examines the musical involvement of men and women in the areas of production and performance in Igbo society, to determine the factors responsible for greater or lesser contributions from either of the sexes. Sources of data included...
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The growth of any nation is largely dependent upon a number of factors, which may be viewed from such perspectives as, fiscal status, economic development, political system, cultural awareness, social integration, security management, educational attainment, health facilities and other global endowment and or empowerment. One may then ask, what bus...
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Some of the prerequisites for promoting social stability in a country include, adequate security, socio-cultural and economic viability, political freedom, freedom of expression and association etc., On the other hand, a nation that lacks all these qualities is wrecked morally, socially, culturally and above all, most vulnerable to treason. In such...
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The debate over whether to end mandatory retirement age policy in favor of flexible retirement policy has heightened. It is argued that it is wasteful to compel productive workers to retire at an arbitrary chronological age and that productivity should be the correct criterion for continued employment. This paper examines the preference between man...
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This paper examines the trio, man, drum and music as God's direct and indirect creations and their collective significance in music healing using experiences from Nigeria. In this connection, it studies their independent attributes and discusses them within the general framework of indigenous beliefs in non-western music healing traditions. The opi...