Flourish Itulua-Abumere

Flourish Itulua-Abumere
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Using talent analytics and HR metrics to provide a thorough analysis of workplace issues.

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Research and critical studies into men and masculinity has originated as one of the most emerging areas of sociological investigation. More books and articles have been published on this study area alone as well as the introduction of two specialized journals and the creation of several websites all providing different explanations of their underst...
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In recent times, focus group has resurfaced as an acceptable method for gathering qualitative data in social sciences, especially among sociologists, and across a wide range of academic/applied social research areas. Focus group for long has served as a form of qualitative research, whereby a group of selected individuals are asked structured quest...
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Over the last 15 years, sociologists have progressively made use of focus groups as a method for gathering qualitative data. When using focus groups as a research method, a moderator is expected to use a group process that comprises of small number of participants to raise conversation and get information on the values, ideas, attitudes, viewpoints...
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Workplace health promotion initiatives that aim to improve employees' health and fitness have steadily increased throughout time. Previous studies have looked at the effectiveness, cost-effectiveness, and barriers to participating in workplace health promotion. The number of studies supporting the effectiveness of workplace health promotion in impr...
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This topic is coming to readers because of the frequent messages I get from recent graduates of sociology confused about what to do after graduation.
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The rise of Islamic fundamentalism as a consequence of the extremely unpleasant living conditions facing millions of Nigerians.
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Links between poverty and poor health in Nigeria
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Bodies that Matter is a feminist philosophical attempt to (re)think „the body‟. Judith Butler, the writer of Bodies that Matter also uses this medium to reply the criticism of her previous book titled Gender Trouble. This book review attempt to convince the readers that the body is a matter--a material body with a sexual requirement. Butler also re...
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We live in a modern society today that is powerfully perturbing nevertheless full of the most superfluous usual pledge for the future. Modern day societies are saturated with revolution and transformation which is manifested by deep social and political conflicts, nervousness and social divisions, as well as by the negative impact of modern technol...
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Each week at least one child is killed by their parent or career. During the year ending 31 March 2003, the names of almost 34,000 children in England, Wales and Northern Ireland were placed on the Child Protection Registers having suffered abuse or because they were at risk of abuse.Each of these situations has been reported by people who care–tea...
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Various points of view have been voiced regarding the effects of Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) on service users and service providers. This paper explains the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 in the UK, its effects on service providers and service users. The word disability has been viewed both from its historical concept to modern times. P...
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The practice of child marriages in Nigeria has never been pleasant. Over the years we have seen children been married out as bride when they should be in school. In late modernity, one will presume that child marriage has been outdated but that is so much far from the truth. What breaks my heart the most is that some countries such as Nigeria have...
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Children’s policy is based on a fluid compromise between ideals and values concerning children, parents and government. In the UK, strong values exist concerning family privacy and autonomy. On the whole it is accepted that parents are normally responsible for their children’s upbringing and entitled to carry out their role without state interferen...
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Towards the end of the 1970s the concept of „community care‟ was emerging as the preferred alternative to institutionalized service provision. For feminist writers it presented a potential problem in that the family was identified as the location within which this community based care would be provided and that the „burden‟, therefore was likely to...
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After decades of comparative neglect, there has recently been an increase of interest in the topic of consumption.Some sociologists have made strong claims for the new structural role of consumption practice as a central focus of everyday life,a focus in earlier times provided by occupation. In such a view lifestyle increasingly becomes a basis of...
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Over the past twenty years there have been loud declarations that a new era of world integration is bringing increased prosperity and harmony. As part of the process of globalization, it is said that obstacles to the movement of capital, information and people are being radically reduced. The liberating powers of the market are bringing benefits...
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The level at which disabled children in Nigeria is been neglected is alarming. Disabled children go through some of the most difficult hardship in terms of deprivation, stigmatization, and non-acceptance into schools which of course presume to be there right. The importance of creating a quality environment for disabled children has been completely...
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The social determinants of health are the circumstances in which people are born, grow, live, work and age. These circumstances are created by the circulation of money, power and resources at global, national and local levels. The social determinants of health are mostly to blame for health inequities, the inequitable and preventable differences in...
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In the last two decades, fear of crime has increasingly become a prominent concern of policy-makers across the political spectrum. Mirroring the way that left realist criminology to recaptured the issue of crime after its 'theft' by the Conservatives, fear of crime has come to be perceived as an acute problem by the right as much as the left. At ti...
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Currently in Nigeria, children are been abused every single day intentionally and unintentionally.The existence of child abuse in history (infanticide, abandonment, severe physical chastisement,child prostitution, child marriage, female genital mutilation, child witchcraft abuse, street trading and harsh labour) is indisputable in Nigeria.
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What is Stress? Stress is not a new phenomenon; it has been experienced throughout history. Stress is a biologicalresponse to some stimulus. Fear, panic, anger, tragedy and competitiveness can trigger stress. Stress can result in the competi-tiveness needed to succeed in business, achieve an education, foster social relationships, and win at sports...
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The diagnostic consideration of the eating disorders anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa has been given much focusover the last two decades than previously, as clinicians have become more aware of the frequency of these disorders and thedifficulties associated with their treatment. Anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa as known in the DSM-IV as eatin...
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Published by uPublish.info Culture The concept of culture is among the most widely used notions in sociology. Normally, one can presume culture to be equivalent to higher things of the mind such as art, literature, music and painting. However, in the perspective of sociologist it goes beyond such activities. Culture refers to the ways of life of th...
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The Christian Church is the assembly or association of followers of Jesus Christ. In the New Testament the church is referred to as “church” basically meaning “assembly”. It appears in two verses of the canonical Gospel of Matthew, 24 verses of the Acts of Apostles, 58 verses of the letters of Paul the Apostle, 2 of the Letter of the Hebrews, 1 of...
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Before the practice of Christianity, culture has been in existence. Culture is the regimented way in which a set of human beings conduct their lives. Culture was involved in the conception, broadcast and adaptation of the gospel. Culture represents a picture of a group of people. It highlights their traditions and achievements. While some aspects o...
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Everyone involved in health and social care occupation starts with the knowledge and understanding of health. The views and perception of health is different from person to person and culture to culture. This article aims to define and explain health, expose the concept of health and bring to light dimensions of health as well as its social constru...
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In the contemporary context of studying religious education in a secular society, the process such as individualization makes it harder for children to get the opportunity to learn from religion in an organized way. At school young students can learn in an orderly and beneficial way from religion. However, we hardly know how they are making progres...
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Older people have always been a major focus for social policy and because the UK is an ageing society, their importanceto the subject is likely to increase further. Like other modern welfare systems, the British welfare state originated in pensionprovision for older people and totally this group are the main users of the health and social services...
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The consequences of childhood neglect and physical abuse can never be over emphasized. In the past there have been less attention paid to the consequences of a child been abused. However, in recent times, the case is no longer the same as they have been an explosion of interest in this subject. Studies and research into child abuse and its conseque...
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Health and social care profession is one of the most common professions in contemporary Britain.The health and social care industry is currently one of UK\'s largest employers. Over the years, there have beendevelopments in the profession with more recognition to its status and more people getting into the work force.One major change to the profess...
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It is widely recognised that defining ethnicity is not always easy. Peach (1996) noted while birthplaceis an unambiguous category, ethnic identity is more mercurial. Critically ethnicity is contextual rather thanabsolute. One may be Black in England, British in Germany, and European in Thailand. A person may be SouthAfrican by descent but British b...
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Over recent years, there has been an extreme attention in the concept of depression in childhood. The issue is particularly complex because sadness and tears are common parts of all children's lives and so cannot form any true basis for a diagnosis of a depressive illness. In addition, the term itself has become so much part of common usage that it...
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Over the last decades of the twentieth century there has been a growth of interest in crime prevention across the varied constituencies of academic researchers, practitioners in the criminal justice system, private sector knowledge brokers, politicians and the public at large. In fact, crime prevention has become what may be termed a 'buzzword' in...
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The issue of 'criminal profiling' is one with which most of us are familiar. Its recent appearances in the media have certainly raised the profile of criminal psychology and a number of students are keen to work in this area. "Numerous TV programmes and documentaries have also in recent times focused around the assertion of criminal profiling, incl...
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The issue of 'criminal profiling' is one with which most of us are familiar. Its recent appearances in the media have certainly raised the profile of criminal psychology and a number of students are keen to work in this area. "Numerous TV programmes and documentaries have also in recent times focused around the assertion of criminal profiling, incl...

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For the majority, the threat of COVID-19 is a financial disaster , but there are people or industries who will benefits immersely from the considerable changes imposed on society. Who is set to benefit?
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Hi, I need your kind opinion please. Do you think politicians are super charging Masculinity with the decisions and laws they make ? You can help by citing examples.
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To be honest, do you advice I hire a candidate who has previously been prosecuted and sentenced to prison? What are the potential risk?
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What will disqualify a candidate for selection during a job interview? What should a job applicant never say or do in those hot seats?

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The rise of Islamic fundamentalism as a consequence of the extremely unpleasant living conditions facing millions of Nigerians.