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Editor-in-Chief

Prof. Edward Santiago Blaise

Professor of Business & IT

State University of New York

Sullivan College

College Rd, Loch Sheldrake

New York, USA  12759

 

E-mail all inquiries and forward articles for consideration to:

 

info@isteams.net or submissions@socialinformaticsljournal.info

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About the Journal
 
The Journal of Social informatics, Business, Politics, Law, Environmental Sciences &   Technology aims to provide a platform for discourses on the informatics of social interactions, business, law, technology, politics, environmental sciences  and other tangential issues that relates to social media usage, development and ubiquitous online interactions. It is a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary Journal whose focus is to provide a platform to disseminate current and relevant research findings in a lucid and clear languages. The Journal also accept papers whose discourses are on the classic study of social behavioral, including social and enterprise informatics, all aspects of digital politics, internet governance, cyber laws, business and management, accounting information systems, business information systems, business analytics and big data and other themes relevant to the Journal's focus. The Journal promotes and accepts research articles, technical papers, short communications, work in progress and position papers.  It also publishes extended versions of papers presented during the International Multidisciplinary (iSTEAMS) Conferences and other conferences disseminating cutting edge research content that fits within the scope of the Journal. Authors are welcomed to submit articles  via  info@isteams.net

Abstracting, Indexing & Databases

All published articles are assigned a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) number. The Journal of Social Informatics, Business,, Politics, Law  & Technology indexed in the Directory of Research Journal (DRI), CiteFactor Indexing, Docroid Databases,  Academia.edu, CiteseerX, International Society of Indexing, Mendeley Databases and Google Scholar.

Acceptable Submissions 

Case studies, surveys, experimental designs, prototyping, empirical research,innovative numerate articles that presents frameworks, theories, findings and discovery in the Journals thematic areas are welcomed. Extended versions of papers presented in conferences and other research and academic forums including book reviews are also acceptable. Authors are welcomed to submit manuscript(s) for consideration within the target subject scope of the Journal as well as tangential domains of research.

 

Notes/Copyright 

The Journal of Social Informatics, Business,, Politics, Law  & Technology retains the copyright for all articles. While the Journal makes the best efforts to see to it that articles published do not violate any rights, it remains the responsibility of authors to ensure that original manuscripts not under consideration anywhere and that do not infringe on copyrights are submitted for consideration. The Journal of Social Informatics, Business,, Politics, Law  & Technology does not accept liabilities on behalf of publishing authors. Request for copying, reproduction and duplication of any articles in bits or whole should be directed to the Managing Editor. Other forms of usage for academic, research and non-commercial purposes are allowed provided the works are properly cited/referenced and authors are appropriately acknowledged.

E-mail article as MS Word attachment to info@isteams.net with the subject heading - Article for the Journal of Behavioral Informatics, Socio-cultural & Development Research. All articles appearing in the Journal of Behavioral Informatics, Socio-cultural & Development Research  are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. 

Publication Ethics 

The Journal follows strict Editorial processes for paper submission, review and acceptance. Authors can download the documents on our publication ethics and copyright by clicking the links below.

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The Journal of Behavioral Informatics, Socio-cultural & Development Research  is Published under the Creative Research Publications' Advances in Multidisciplinary & Scientific Research Series. The Publisher is a member of CrossRef & subscribes to the Creative Commons License

 

Back Issues of the Journal of Social Informatics, Business,, Politics, Law  & Technology are currently being uploaded as processing completes for each volume/issue 

 Vol 7.  2021  Series                                                

Remittances, Education and Economic Growth in Nigeria

Afonja, J.A., Adesanya, T.A. & Ajala, O.A.

 

Career Management Programs and Public Sector in Nigeria: A Study of Ika South Local Government Area (LGA) Agbor, Delta State, Nigeria.

​Agbor, S. &  Igweh, F.K.

Research Study On Technical Properties and Compressive Strength of Laterite Bricks Stabilised with Cement and Saw Dust

Oladunmoye, Oluranti Mobolaji

Corporate Social Responsibility and Performance in an Organization: Exploration of Issues.

Okonkwo, Justina . I . Nwakwushue. & Dokai-Okonkwo, Christabel Nkem

The Relationship between Performing Art Music and Dance and Communal Cohesion Peaceful Co-Existence and National Integration Among Indigenous Nigerians

Ojedokun, I. M.  (Ph. D)

Eradication of Violence and Terrorism at Universities with Reference to Islamic and International Law Perspectives

Professor Ahmed El-Murdi Saeed Omar

Vol 6. 2020 Series                                                

 

Strategic Planning: A Tool for Enhancing Quality in Nigerian Universities

Bambi, B. I.

 

Minimising Nigeria’s Security Challenges with the Aid of Technology

Nura, T.A. & Ibrahim, M.I.

 

The Effect of Interest Rate On Manufacturing Output in Nigeria: An ARDL Approach.

Adesanya, T.A. & Ajala, O.A.

 

Individual Characteristics and Social Learning Modelling Factors Influencing ICT Skills Development among Postgraduate Students at the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria

Ogunsola, K. & Adesakin, M.A.

An Investigation of The Vulnerability of Information Technology Governance (ITG) Models And Multi-Stakeholder Security Governance Scaling (MSGS) Correlates that Supports Decision-Makers Scalability Mechanism for  the Successful Implementation of ITG Within UK's SME Aviation

Ademola, E. O.

“Muzarah” Share-Cropping and “Musagah” Irrigation as Methods of Partnership for Financing Agricultural Sector and Micro Finance Projects Practiced by Islamic Banks.

Ahmed El-Murdi Saeed Omar

Learning Habits and Academic Performance of Students: A Study of Human Resource Management Department Delta State Polytechnic (DSPG), Ogwashi-Uku, Nigeria

Igweh, Florence Konye & Agbor, Stephen

 Vol 5. 2019 Series                                                   

 

An Appraisal of Victims’ Remedies Under the Administration of Criminal Justice Law in Nigeria

Mbagwu, J.U & Samuel Ameh

Impact of Corporate Governance on Business Survival in Nigeria: A Case Study of SMEs Owners in Kwara State, Nigeria

Popoola, T.A. & Oyetoyan, S.A.

Assessment of User Satisfaction on Usability of ERP Implementation: A Case Study of the American University of Nigeria (AUN) OpenERP System

Peter, Paya & Longe, O.B.

 

Analysis of Entrepreneurial Innovation and Sales Growth in the Informal Sector: Evidence from Lagos State, Nigeria.

Sodeinde, G.M., Brimah, A.N.  & Mustapha, ‘R.O.

Organizational Climate and Employees’ Productivity: An Evidence of Selected Federal Universities in North Central Nigeria

Abdulkareem, Z. J., Brimah, A.N. &  Ajeigbe, M. B.

Systematic Review of Security issues on Cloud Computing

Onwodi, G.

 

Knowledge Transfer & The Challenges of Tech Ecosystem Growth in Africa:A New Global Political Strategy?

​Ajobiewe, J.O.

Organizational Climate and Employees’ Productivity: Evidence of Selected Federal Universities in North Central, Nigeria

Abdulkareem, Z. J. & Brimah, A. N. & Ajeigbe, M.B.

 

​​​Cyber-Attacks as a Major Flaw in the Deployment of  Smart Grid System in Developing Nations.

​​​Onawola, H.J, Longe, O.B, Garba, A. & Ridwan, S.

Modified Cybersecurity Capability Maturity Model (MC2M2),  General Deterrence Theory and The Human Angle of Cybersecurity Risk.

Nnaa, L,L., Nwaocha, V. & Longe, O.B. 

Humans in The Clouds: Towards the Analysis of Techniques and Methods used to Counter Vulnerabilities Inherently Embedded in Cloud Computing

Onwodi, G.O.

Facilities, Fund, Security, Managerial Skills, Policy and Accessibility as Predictors of Development of Osun Osogbo Groove, Osun State, Nigeria.

Adekitan K. G., Lasisi, M.O., Okunola, A.O., Uche-Ibeaubuchi, C. & Adio, O.R. 

Trust Models in Information Systems Security – A Survey.

Faye, W., Ibitowa, F.O. & Longe, O.B.

 

Editor-in-Chief 

Prof. Edward Santiago Blaise

Professor of Business & IT

State University of New York

Sullivan College

College Rd, Loch Sheldrake

New York, USA  12759

 

Managing Editor

Prof. Longe Olumide Babatope

Distinguished Fulbright Scholar

Chair - American University of Nigeria

Yola, Nigeria

 

EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD 

Prof. Victor Mbarika

President, Board of Trustees, The ICT University(ICT-U).

 

Prof Benny Dauda

Dean - Faculty of Law

Taraba State University

jalingo, Nigeria

Prof. Wada, Fiday Josiah

Professor of Management & Policy Informatics

Barney School of Business

University of Hartford

West Hartford,  Connecticut, USA

Prof. Chanika Jones

Professor of Criminal Justice

Southern University

Baton Rouge, LA, USA

Prof. John Effah

Department of Operations & MIS

University of Ghana

Accra, Ghana

Dr. Oladunni Ozobo-Martins

Department of Architecture

Covenant Universtity

Ota, Nigeria

 
 

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