Developing Country Studies

Developing Country Studies is a peer reviewed journal published by IISTE. The journal publishes original papers at the forefront of social, economical, trade and legislative issues related to developing countries. The journal is published in both printed and online versions. The online version is free access and download.

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The IC Impact factor value of this journal is 5.05

The publication charge of this journal: 160 USD (online publication only) or 165 USD (online publication + 2 hard copies)
Posted: 2011-11-04
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Vol 5, No 18 (2015)

Table of Contents


Journal Coverpage PDF
Journal Editor
Barriers to Optimal Utilization of Health Information Resources by Doctors in Nigeria PDF
Obianuju E. Nwafor-Orizu, Oliver T.U. Onwudinjo 1-7
Clients’ Knowledge on Building Permit Acquisition Process - The Case of Sunyani East Municipal Assembly PDF
Stephen Agyeman, Samuel Boamah Asiedu, Herbert Abeka 8-20
Colour and Architecture: An Empirical Study of a New Paradigm of Painting of Residential Buildings and Ownership in Kumasi PDF
Oppong, R. A, Poku-Boansi, M, Adabor, E. 21-28
Democracy and Violent Conflict: A Reflection on the Crisis in Nigeria PDF
Extent of Stimulant Drugs Abuse among Secondary School Students in Ebonyi State, Nigeria PDF
Christian O. Aleke, Ignatius O. Nwimo 35-39
Human Rights, Democracy and Community Development: The Need for a Nexus of the Concepts in Nigeria’s Development Process PDF
Uwazie, I. U, Igwemma, A. A., Ukah, F. I 40-47
Non-Justiciability of Chapter II of the Nigerian Constitution as an Impediment to Economic Rights and Development PDF
Ogugua V.C. Ikpeze 48-56
Political Communication for Sustainable Development in Kenya PDF
Wilkins Ndege Muhingi, Aquinata Agonga, Marcella Moraa Mainye, Alice Bitutu Mong’are, Florence Kemuma Maranga 57-64
Structures and Strategies that Affect the Organisation of Career Guidance Programmes in Second Cycle Schools PDF
Theresa Dede Lawer 65-71
Effects of Micro Credit on Welfare of Households: The Case of Ainamoi Sub County, Kericho County, Kenya PDF
Langat K. Richard, Lagat K. Job, Wambua T. R 72-80
Serving the barriers of Convergence between Iran and Turkey and their effect on politic security of country PDF
Ali Fatemi Nasab, Hossein Yaghobi, Rasool Naremany, Mahdi Esmaeeli 81-87
Impact of Teacher-Student Communication on “High-Risk Dropout” Students PDF
Bajracharya Dinu 88-100
Movement and Misalignment of Exchange Rate: Analysis of Its Impact on Tanzanian Economy PDF
Ramadhani Khalid Mndeme 101-113
The Politics of Poverty in Democratic Participation: Nigeria in Perspective PDF
Lysias Dodd Gilbert, Christopher Barisi Barigbon 114-123
Impediments to the Growth of Information and Communication Technologies in Africa’s Least Developed Countries, LDCs PDF
Nduka N. Nwankpa, Ifeanyi F. Didiugwu 124-132
A Discourse on the Use of Social Media by Journalists in Nigeria PDF
Ifeanyi F. Didiugwu, Mercy I Ezugwu, Okwudiri C Ekwe 133-140
Economic Growth and Trade Performance in Tanzania PDF
Suleiman Simai Msaraka, Zhao Hongzhong 141-149

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