Ojukwu, C.C: Publications

Dissertations:

(i)    Thesis/Dissertation
1.    Ojukwu, C. C. (2012):  Ohanaeze Ndigbo and Political Transitions in Nigeria (PhD Thesis).

2.    Ojukwu, C. C. (1997)):  The causes of civil military clashes in Africa:  The cases of Nigeria and the Republic of Zaire (MSc Dissertation).

3.    Ojukwu C. C. (1995):  The Final cause in Saint Thomas Aquinas metaphysics (B. A. Long Essay)

ii.    Articles in Learned Journals
*+1. Ojukwu C. C. and Nwaorgu, O. G. F. (2013) Ethnic Elite Organization and Political Transitions in Nigeria:  Ohanaeze Ndigbo in perspective. Canadian Social Science, 9(1):  106-115, Publisher: Canadian Academy of Oriental and Occidental Culture.

*+2.  Aduradola R. R. and Ojukwu C. C. (2013) Language of Political Campaigns and Politics in Nigeria. Canadian Social Science, 9(3) 104 – 116:  Publisher:  Canadian Academy of Oriental and Occidental Culture.

*3. Ojukwu, C. C.  and Alumona, I. M. (2013):  Marriage of convenience and the challenge of Human Security in Nigeria.  Nigerian Journal of Social Sciences (NJSS) 9 (1): 78 – 97,   Publisher:  Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Nigeria Nsukka.  

*+4Ojukwu C. C. (2013) Dependency, Community Development and the Nigerian State in the 21st century, Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa 15(2):  55 – 67, Publisher:  Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennsylvania. Available online at http://www.jsd-africa.com/jsda/.

*+5Ojukwu, C. C. and Nwaorgu, O. G. F. (2012) Ideological Battle in the Nigerian State:  Interplay of Democracy and Plutocracy.  Global Journal of Human Social Science, 12(6): 24-37, Publisher: Global Journals Inc., United State of America.  Available online at http://globaljournals.org/GHSS.

*+6. Ojukwu, C. C. and Ezenandu, P. E. (2012) A paradigm shift from Tradition to modernity in Nollywood’s projection of African Narratives.  Global Journal of Human Social Science 12(5): 21-26, publisher:  Global Journals Inc., United States of America.  Available online at http:\\globaljournals.org/GHSS.

*7.  Ojukwu, C. C. (2012) African Diaspora and Development:  The impact of Igbo Diaspora Associational Groups on Igbo and American Societies:  Nnambi Azikwe Journal of Political Science 4(2): 300-310.   Publisher:  Department of Political Science, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.

*8.  Ojukwu, C. C. and Alumona, I. M. (2012) Nigeria:  Dim Emeka Odumegwu Ojukwu and Politics of Pragmatism. Journal of Peace and Development Studies, Anambra State University Uli, Maiden Edition, 91-104. Publisher: Faculty of Social Sciences, Anambra State University, Uli.

*+9.  Ojukwu, C. C. (2011) Terrorism, Foreign Policy and Human Rights Concerns in Nigeria.  Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa 13(4): 371-384, publisher:  Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennsylvania.  Available online at http://www.jsd-africa.com/jsda/.

*10. Ojukwu, C. C. (2011) Governance, Boko Haram and Nigeria’s National Security. Nigerian Journal of International Affairs 37(3):61-79.  Publisher:  Nigerian Institute of International Affairs (NIIA) Lagos.
*+11.  Onifade, C. A. and Ojukwu, C.C (2010) Democratic Governance and Fuel Crisis in Nigeria. Global Journal of Human Social Science 10(5): 58 – 62, Publisher:  Global Journals Inc., United States of America. Available online at http://globaljournals.org/GHSS.

*+12.  Ojukwu, C. C. and Shopeju, J. O. (2010) Elite Corruption and the Culture of primitive Accumulation in 21st Century Nigeria. International Journal of Peace and Development Studies 1(2): 15-24, Publisher:  Academic Journals, Nairobi. Available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/AJPSIR.

*+13.  Ojukwu, C. C. and Onifade, C. A. (2010) Social Capital, Indigeniety and Identity Politics:  The Jos crisis in perspective.  African Journal of Political Science and International Relations 4(5):173-180, Publisher: Academic Journals, Nairobi.  Available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/AJPSIR.

*+14.  Ojukwu C. C. (2009) Globalization, Migration and the philosophy of inward looking:  The contemporary Igbo Nation in perspective.  African Journal of Political Science and International Relations 3(3):084-091, Publisher:  Academic Journals, Nairobi.  Available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/AJPSIR.

*+15.  Ojukwu, C. C. (2009) Igbo Nation, Modern State craft and the Geopolitics of National survival in a multi-ethnic Nigeria. African Journal of Political Science and International Relations 3(4): 182 – 190, Publisher:  Academic Journals, Nairobi.  Available online at http://www.acaemicjournals.org/AJPSIR.

*16.  Ojukwu, C. C. (2009) The Reign of Terror in Democratic Nigeria.  A review of socio
political and psychological implications. Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and
Creative Arts 4(2):64-79.  Publisher: Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.

*17. Ojukwu, C. C. (2007) Power versus intellect:  A critical Appraisal of clashes between the Nigerian Governments and the Academic staff Union of Universities (ASUU). Development Studies Round Table, (A Journal of development) 3(1):117-139 Publisher: The Department of Political and Administrative Studies, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

18. Ojukwu, C. C. (2006) Politics, Morality and Obasanjo’s Reforms Programme (2001 – 2007) Development Studies Round Table (A Journal of Development) 2(2): 145-163, Publisher:  Department of Political and Administrative Studies, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

19.  Ojukwu, C. C. (2006) Towards an Appropriate Ideology:  The Evolution of Igbo philosophy from collectivism to individualism.  ASSET Journal Series C 1(1): 65-79.  Publisher:  University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.

20.  Ojukwu C. C. (2005) The politics of integration and Marginalization in Nation Building.  The Igbo Question in Nigeria Politics UNILAG Journal of Politics 2(1): 130-153, Publisher:  The Department of Political Science, University of Lagos.

21.  Ojukwu, C. C. and Odoh, S. I. (2005) Towards Empowering intellectual capital in the Nigerian Universities.  Development Studies Round Table (A Journal of Development) 2(1): 172-196, Publisher:  The Department of Political and Administrative Studies, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

22.  Ojukwu, C. C. (2000) “The Reintegration of the Igbo in the Post Civil War Nigeria” CONTEXT: Journal of Social and Cultural Studies 4(1): 41 – 64, Publisher:  Context Research Network (CR-Net), 40 Department of English, University of Ibadan, Ibadan Nigeria.  Available online at http://contextjournal.wordpress.com.

iii.    Journal Articles Accepted for Publication
23.    Ojukwu, C. C.: Ethnicity and Political Transitions in Nigeria 1979 – 1999.  ANSU
Journal of Arts and Social Sciences.  Publisher:  Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Anambra State University, Gberian Campus. (Letter of Acceptance dated June 20th 2013.

iv.    Chapter in Book
24.    Ojukwu, C. C. (2002): The Igbo Elite and Social Reconstruction in Nigeria:  In Recall
a Chronicle of Nigerian Events, Olusegun Oladipo (ed.) 123 – 134, Publisher:  Hope   Publications, Ibadan.

25. Ojukwu, C. C. (2010): National Development:  Political will the Missing Link in Nigeria: In Language and National Development.  A Book in Honour of Prince Adebisi Bepo. Kola Ojelade and Ezenandu, Eziamaka (eds) pp. 249 – 262, Publisher:   Palletspat Koncepts. Abeokuta.

26. Ojukwu, C. C. and Olaifa T. (2011):  Challenges of Internal Democracy in Nigeria’s Political Parties.  The Ban of Intra-Party Conflicts in the Peoples Democratic Party.  In Democratic Elections and Nigeria’s National Security for Peace and Conflict Studies, Isaac Albert (ed) 250 – 270, publisher:   Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.

27. Urim, U. M., Imhonopi, D. and Ojukwu, C. C. (2013): The Nigerianisation of Democracy:  What to do to make it work.  In A Panoply of Readings in Social Sciences, Lessons for and from Nigeria. David O. Imhonopi and Ugochukwu M. Urim (Eds) pp. 1 – 17. Publisher: Department of Sociology, College of Development Studies, Covenant University.

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