EHASS Volume 3 – 2022 Issues
Vol. 3 No. 9 September 2022

A Study of the Background to the Book of Amos
Authors: Isaac Boaheng & Alfred Appiah
Issue: Vol.3 No.9 September 2022 Article 1 pp.372-381 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022391
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Beliefs Acceptance Model (BAM): A Tokenistic Approach to Reconceptualising Knowledge in Teacher Education Programmes (TEPs)
Authors: Peter Oluwaseun Merisi, Ansurie Pillay & Emmanuel M. Mgqwashu
Issue: Vol.3 No.9 September 2022 Article 2 pp.382-392 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022392
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Promoting Gender Equality as a Strategy for Community Development in Ghana: Moving Beyond the Rhetoric
Authors: Daniel Odoom, Eric Opoku Mensah, Festus Annor-Frempong, Christopher Dick-Sagoe and Van Crowder
Issue: Vol.3 No.9 September 2022 Article 3 pp.393-412 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022393
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The Sociocultural Significance of the Emedjo (Masquerade) Dance Among the Abraka People in Delta State, Nigeria
Author: Benjamin Obeghare Izu
Issue: Vol.3 No.9 September 2022 Article 4 pp.413-423 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022394
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Vol. 3 No. 8 August 2022

Academic Challenges Facing Pregnant Students at the Ada College of Education, Ghana
Authors: David Doe Ayornoo & Frederick Mensah Bonsu
Issue: Vol.3 No.8 August 2022 Article 1 pp.286-298 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022381
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Stewardship: An Ethics for Environmental Respectability in Africa
Author: Bonaventure Gubazire
Issue: Vol.3 No.8 August 2022 Article 2 pp.299-309 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022382
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In-Service Science Teacher’s Perceptions Towards the Use of Information Communication Technology Tools in Teaching and Learning in a COVID-19 Environment
Authors: Kgalemelo Rodnie Mafa & Desmond Wesley Govender
Issue: Vol.3 No.8 August 2022 Article 3 pp.310-322 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022383
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“Proverbs are the Wisdom of the Streets”: A Pragma-Stylistic Analysis of Proverbs in Kemi Adetiba’s King of Boys Movie Franchise
Authors: Philomena Ama Okyeso Yeboah, James Gyimah Manu & Philip Kwame Freitas
Issue: Vol.3 No.8 August 2022 Article 4 pp.323-336 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022384
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Joint Ventures for SMEs Competitiveness and Inclusive Growth: A Comparative Analysis of SMEs in Mbeya, Tanzania
Author: Baraka Israel
Issue: Vol.3 No.8 August 2022 Article 5 pp.337-353 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022385
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An African Perspective of Drama: The Case of the Homowo Festival Among the People of Teshie, Greater Accra Region – Ghana
Authors: Lucy Korkoi Bonku, Philomena Ama Okyeso Yeboah, Confidence Gbolo Sanka & Peter Arthur
Issue: Vol.3 No.8 August 2022 Article 6 pp.354-371 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022386
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Vol. 3 No. 7 July 2022

Ghana’s Constitutional Evolution Since 1960: A Comparative Analysis of the Country’s Equality and Anti-Discrimination Legal Provisions
Author: Richard Obeng Mensah
Issue: Vol.3 No.7 July 2022 Article 1 pp.256-268 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022371
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Ethnobotanical Study of Indigenous Plants used by the Members of Mantheding Community in Limpopo Province, South Africa
Author: Sejabaledi Agnes Rankoana
Issue: Vol.3 No.7 July 2022 Article 2 pp.269-278 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022372
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The Foundation and Nature of Traditional African Morality: A Review of Selected Literature.
Author: Richmond Osei Amoah & Augustine Kojo Peprah
Issue: Vol.3 No.7 July 2022 Article 3 pp.279-285 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022373
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Vol. 3 No. 6 June 2022

Hyflex Teaching and Learning: an Alternative Modality for Meaningful Engagement and Epistemological Access in South African Higher Education
Authors: Thamsanqa Abednigo Ndlovu & Peter Oluwaseun Merisi
Issue: Vol.3 No.6 June 2022 Article 1 pp.199-212 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022361
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Appreciating the Role of Communication in Promoting Sustainable Livelihood: A Closer Look at Some Selected Literature
Authors: Daniel Odoom, Joseph Obeng-Baah, Van Crowder & Ebenezer Asumang
Issue: Vol.3 No.6 June 2022 Article 2 pp.213-229 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022362
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Socio-economic Characteristics Influencing Small-scale Farming in a Rural Community in Limpopo Province, South Africa
Author: Sejabaledi Agnes Rankoana
Issue: Vol.3 No.6 June 2022 Article 3 pp.230-237 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022363
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Lecturers’ Reflections on Emergency Remote Teaching and Learning at a University in South Africa During COVID-19 Lockdown
Authors: Dagogo William Legg-Jack & Clever Ndebele
Issue: Vol.3 No.6 June 2022 Article 4 pp.238-255 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022364
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Vol. 3 No. 5 May 2022

Integration of Technology in Business Education: Emerging Voices from Secondary School Classrooms in Nigeria
Authors: Clinton Chidiebere Anyanwu, Desmond Wesley Govender & Jabulisile Cynthia Ngwenya
Issue: Vol.3 No.5 May 2022 Article 1 pp.160-174 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022351
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Fostering Religious Tolerance and Harmonization in Ghana: A Discussion on Efforts Made by Various Stakeholders
Authors: Konadu Adam, Frederick Mensah Bonsu & Dorcas Amedorme
Issue: Vol.3 No.5 May 2022 Article 2 pp.175-187 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022352
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Metaphoric Conceptualisations of Knowledge among Students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science
and Technology (KNUST), Ghana.

Authors: Harriet Appiah Kyeremeh & Esther Serwaah Afreh
Issue: Vol.3 No.5 May 2022 Article 3 pp.188-198 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022353
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Vol. 3 No. 4 April 2022

E-Learning of the Timber Processing and Application Course at a South African University amidst the Covid-19 Pandemic
Author: Dagogo William Legg-Jack
Issue: Vol.3 No.4 April 2022 Article 1 pp.85-101  DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022341
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Theological and Ethical Reflections on Care for Widows from an African Christian Perspective
Authors: Isaac Boaheng & Samuel Boahen
Issue: Vol.3 No.4 April 2022 Article 2 pp.102-114  DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022342
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Genre Analysis of Chief Examiners’ Reports from Selected Colleges of Education in Ghana
Authors: Henry Kwao Ayitey, Obed Nii Broohm & Gladys Mimmie Edjah
Issue: Vol.3 No.4 April 2022 Article 3 pp.115-129  DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022343
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Is There a Paradigm Shift from Application of Caveat Emptor to Caveat Venditor in the Sale of Goods in Ghana? A Comparative Analysis of the Application of the Principle Caveat Emptor.
Authors: Edmund Nelson Amasah, Enoch Kwabena Amoah & Joseph Bondzie Afrifa
Issue: Vol.3 No.4 April 2022 Article 4 pp.130-147 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022344
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Biblical Approach to Development: A Theological Reflection from the Perspective of Burkan Pentadic Criticism
Author: John Kwasi Fosu
Issue: Vol.3 No.4 April 2022 Article 5 pp.148-159 DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022345
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Vol. 3 No. 3 March 2022

Is Online Theological Education Suitable for Spiritual/Ministerial Formation?: A Response from an African Perspective
Author: Isaac Boaheng
Issue: Vol.3 No.3 March 2022 Article 1 pp.27-42  DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022331
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Vituperative and Incendiary Language in Public Space a Ghanaian Social Concern
Authors: Edwin Boateng Afriyie & Priscilla Owiredu Yankah
Issue: Vol.3 No.3 March 2022 Article 2 pp.43-53  DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022332
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Billboard Advertisement and Racial Perception in Ghana
Author: Pauleson A. Utsu
Issue: Vol.3 No.3 March 2022 Article 3 pp.54-65  DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022333
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Emancipatory Tendencies of Ubuntu-like Classrooms as an Enhancer of Student Academic Prowess
Author: Bunmi Isaiah Omodan
Issue: Vol.3 No.3 March 2022 Article 4 pp.66-76  DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022334
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Hermeneutica Sacra and its Implications For Old Testament Theology
Author: Julius Ndishua
Issue: Vol.3 No.3 March 2022 Article 5 pp.77-84  DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022335
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Vol. 3 No. 2 February 2022

Homosexuality in Ghana Today: The Role of the Church in Mission
Author: Daniel Nii Aboagye Aryeh
Issue: Vol.3 No.2 February 2022 Article 1 pp.15-26  DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022321
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Vol. 3 No. 1 January 2022

A Stylistic Exploration of Headlines in Ghanaian Newspaper Editorials
Authors: James Gyimah Manu, Wisdom Mawuli Awuttey & Philip Kwame Freitas
Issue: Vol.3 No.1 January 2022 Article 1 pp.1-14  DOI :10.38159/ehass.2022311
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