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Crime Prevention and Environmental Impact Assessment
Ibimilua Adewale Festus,Ibimilua Foyeke Omoboye
The Social Sciences , 2013,
Abstract: Crime prevention through Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a contemporary practice in environmental criminology. It employs the knowledge of the concern for the environment as well as theories and paradigms of crime prevention in finding solutions to criminalities. It is a managerial tool for the achievement of sustainable development. To this end, this study addresses the need to use environmental design in crime prevention and the necessity to consider alternative measures of pro-active crime prevention. The study will be invaluable to policy makers, evaluators, researchers, environmental criminologists and allied professionals, as well as those planning new initiatives of crime reduction.
Tourism Participation: Attractions, Influences and Key Trends in Ekiti State, Nigeria
AF Ibimilua
African Research Review , 2009,
Abstract: The heart of this research is concerned with the level of participation in tourism activities in Ekiti State, Nigeria. The broad objectives of the study are to appraise the tourism potentials of the state vis-à-vis the level of patronage and the influences on the choice of attraction, as well as the constraints to tourism development. The research methods include indept fieldwork, observation, participation, focus group discussions and interviews. The research instrument is questionnaire administration with the aid of stratified random sampling technique. Findings from the study revealed that the natural and man-made potentials for recreation and tourism in Ekiti State are multi-various. In spite of this, the level of tourism development is very low, and thus the level of participation in domestic tourism is equally very low. To this end, the research recommends that all the stakeholders in the tourism industry should formulate and implement development master plan and policy for sustainable tourism in the state. On this note, the report would undoubtedly be of interest and value to researchers, tourists, evaluators, government and those planning new initiatives for the development of recreation and tourism. Key Words: Attraction, Influences, Participation, Recreation, Tourism
Linkages between Poverty and Environmental Degradation
FO Ibimilua
African Research Review , 2011,
Abstract: Fundamentally, the concern for the environment has much to do with ‘richpoor’ divide. There is a general belief that the poor tampers more frequently with the fauna and flora of the environment, while the devastation caused by the rich to the environment is higher in scale. The point being made is that both the poor and the rich do cause damages to the environment, but at different frequency and magnitude. This study conceptualizes environmental concerns of the poor so as to formulate appropriate policy measures for environmental awareness and sustainable development. It is limited to poverty -environment interrelationships through an overview of the perception of the poor about the environment and their behaviour to the environment. The environment provides water, energy and raw materials through which socio, cultural and economic, spiritual and financial resources are generated. At the same time, it is the recipient and recycler of wastes. If the environment is damaged, all the resources it provide will equally be damaged, hence, the necessity to take care of the environment. Key Words: Linkages, Poverty, Environmental Degradation, Environmental Hazards
The Impact of Product Price Changes on the Turnover of Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria
Imoleayo Foyeke Obigbemi
BRAND : Broad Research in Accounting, Negotiation, and Distribution , 2010,
Abstract: Pricing decision has been a crucial decision made by all business enterprises at all levels and has posed a great challenge for Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria. This research work treats the impact of change in price on the sales turnover of organizations, a study of SMEs in Nigeria. The methodology adopted was the survey and empirical approach, with the administration of questionnaires to some SMEs in Nigeria, evaluating the effect change in product price has on turnover. Primary and secondary sources were used to in collecting data. It was discovered that there is a relationship between change in cost of sales and turnover. Recommendations were made for the close monitoring of SMEs and that SMEs should employ the service of price experts when making pricing decisions.
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