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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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Vol 8. 2022 Series
Sarumi J.A. (PhD) & Omotosho O.M.
Lawal, Abiola (PhD), Damisola Omolara Adewumi & Idiake, Christiana O.
DOI - dx.doi.org/10.22624/AIMS/SIJ/V8N1P2
Professsor Ahmed E. Saeed Omar PhD & Shehu Ibrahim (PhD)
DOI - dx.doi.org/10.22624/AIMS/SIJ/V8N1P4
Okon, Emem A., Ituen, Uwem J. & Okon, Aniekan A
DOI - dx.doi.org/10.22624/AIMS/SIJ/V8N1P5
Adeosun, O.A. (PhD)
Vol 7. 2021 Series
Afonja, J.A., Adesanya, T.A. & Ajala, O.A.
Agbor, S. & Igweh, F.K.
Oladunmoye, Oluranti Mobolaji
Okonkwo, Justina . I . Nwakwushue. & Dokai-Okonkwo, Christabel Nkem
Sarumi J.A., Adelodun, F.O. & Longe, O.B.
Ojedokun, I. M. (Ph. D)
Professor Ahmed El-Murdi Saeed Omar
Vol 6. 2020 Series
Bambi, B. I.
Minimising Nigeria’s Security Challenges with the Aid of Technology
Nura, T.A. & Ibrahim, M.I.
Adesanya, T.A. & Ajala, O.A.
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.
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
Edom, Eunice Uchechi (PhD, CLN, AWLIN) & Olaniyi Ajoke Fatima
Vol 5. 2019 Series
Mbagwu, J.U & Samuel Ameh
Popoola, T.A. & Oyetoyan, S.A.
Peter, Paya & Longe, O.B.
Sodeinde, G.M., Brimah, A.N. & Mustapha, ‘R.O.
Abdulkareem, Z. J., Brimah, A.N. & Ajeigbe, M. B.
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.
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.
Prof. Edward Santiago Blaise
Professor of Business & IT
State University of New York
College Rd, Loch Sheldrake
New York, USA 12759
Prof. Longe Olumide Babatope
Distinguished Fulbright Scholar
Chair - American University of 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
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
Baton Rouge, LA, USA
Prof. John Effah
Department of Operations & MIS
University of Ghana
Dr. Oladunni Ozobo-Martins
Department of Architecture