GENDER DIFFERENCES IN TERRORISM INCLINATION AND SELFESTEEM LEVEL OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN NIGERIA
Published at Proceedings of ICERI2016 Conference
Published in 2017
Olujide A. Adekeye, David O. Igbokwe, A.O. Akindele, Ben C. E. Agoha, Elizabeth I. Olowokere, Sussan O. Adeusi, Ayo O. Elegbeleye
Olowookere Elizabeth » Olowookere, Elizabeth Ibukunoluwa is a lecturer in the Department of Psychology, Covenant University. She is a focused, resourceful, and dynamic young academic with a doctor of philosophy degree in Psychology from Covenant University. With a research interest in industrial and organizational psychology, Olowookere aims to expand the body of knowledge and advance human development through... view full profile
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