Isaiah AbolarinBabcock University · College of Postgraduate/Department of Religious Studies
Doctor of Philosophy
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Citations since 2017
9 Research Items
August 2006 - August 2013
Field of study
- Religious Education
This study explored how the people of Moba in Ekiti State, Nigeria, use three of their traditional festivals and rites—odun ijesu, itugbe and oku-omo-ile—for moral education. Qualitative method of research was used with unstructured interview guide utilized for data collection. Purposive sampling technique was adopted for selecting people comprisin...
The downward spiralling of the quality of education in Western Nigeria has been a busy zone of enquiry and Christian higher institutions are not excluded. Quality of teachers is a major determinant of teaching output. Teaching in Christian institutions was a profession of honour in the past but the honour accorded it has been lost in the 21st centu...
The goal of education, especially Christian religious education, is to restore human beings to the image of God in which they were created. This is achieved by inculcating moral values into students and using education to build their character that it might reflect the character of God. One of the major moral values that is highly needed in Nigeria...
Many people are concerned about the identity of Jesus. It is easy for many to accept his humanity. When it comes to his authority, there are sceptics with different justification. This controversy over the identity of Jesus was also evident he was on earth. Jesus used different approaches to reveal his personal identity. Jesus used the healing of t...
Abstract Objective: The study aimed at assessing the knowledge and socio-demographic determinants on occupational hazard prevention among automobile mechanics in Akure South Local Government (AKSLG), Ondo State, Nigeria. Methods: Descriptive cross-sectional design was utilized with automobile mechanic serving as the study population. Respondents we...
The population for the study consisted of newly admitted 100level students of a faith based private university in Nigeria. Random sampling technique was used to select the participants. The study adopted a 3x2 pre-test and post test experimental research design consisting of two treatment groups and one control group. Each of this group had 40 part...
True education is that in which learners are equipped with the ability to perceive accurately, think clearly, and act effectively. This equipping is accomplished via the three domains of education: cognitive, affective and sensory. In other words, education is said to be effective when learners acquire knowledge, develop skills, and adopt values. E...