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Sociology, Faculty of Social Science

Mr. Martins Nyen Inyang

Assistant Lecturer

Deviance, crime, criminology, development, industrial and organizational sociology, arms, power and politics, gender issues, entrepreneuership

Profile

Inyang, Martins Nyen & Inyang, Faith Martins (2019). Curbing youth criminality through            creative employment:   Ushafa pottery Centre Abuja in focus. International Journal of         Social Sciences and             Humanities Reviews (ISSN: 2276-8645). 9(1)

Inyang, Martins Nyen (2018). Re-orientation of moral environmental problems. General Study    Series Center. 1(1)

Martins Nyen Inyang, Frances Umari Ejue & Damian Kunza Agwadu (2018). Urban Housing                      Problems and Learning Among Off-Campus Students of Nasarawa State University,                       Keffi. Advances in social sciences research journal; ISSN 2055-0286. DOI:                                     http://dx.doi.org/10.14738/assrj.55.4483 Copyright Society for Science and Education,                   United Kingdom

 

Eraye, Michael Christopher, Inyang, Martins Nyen & Adaka, Sunday Simeon (2018). Workplace gossip and organizational productivity: Findings from Federal University Lafia, Nasarawa State. Fulafia journal of sociological studies (fjsstudies). 2(1)

 

Inyang1, Martins Nyen Adaka2, Sunday Simeon, (2017). Youth restiveness in Lafia. metropolis: A challenge to economic development. Fulafia Journal of Sociological Studies (FJSStudies). 1(1)

 

Martins Nyen Inyang & Damian Kunza Agwadu (2017). Empowering the rural poor through vocation                al skills acquisition: Nasarawa state in focus. International society for development and   sustainability (ISDS) Article ID: IJDS17052303 www.isdsnet.com/ijds 6 (3)

 

   Inyang, Martins Nyen (2017). Education and National Development: An Appraisal. International               Journal of Operational Research in Management, Social Sciences & Education ISSN (Print): 2536-                      6521 ISSN (Online): 2536-653X 3(1)

   Arop, Sylvia Kaka and Inyang, Martins Nyen (2017). Cultural Globalization and Sustainable                    Development: Situation Analysis of North-Central Nigeria. International Journal of                         Development and Sustainability (ISDS). ISSN: 2186-8662 Article ID: IJDS17072301                     www.isdsnet.com/ijds 6(8)

  Michael, C. E Inyang, M. N. & Ukpong, M.J. (2017) Non-Vulnerable Against the Vulnerable: A                     Socio-Criminological Analysis of Herdsmen Attack on Vulnerable Population in Nigeria.               Online Journal of Arts, Management and Social Sciences (OJAMSS). 2(1) 80-102

 

  Michael, C. E. Chinwokwu, E. C. & Inyang, M. N. (2017). Residents vulnerability to criminal                          victimization in Lafia, Nasarawa State, Nigeria. Online Journal of Arts, Management and                           Social Sciences (OJAMSS). 2(1) 127- 139

 Michael, C. E. Inyang, M. N. & Ojeka, G. O (2016). Entrepreneurship Skills Education: A Catholicon             for Youth Criminality in Nigeria. Journal of Research in Education and Society                               International Perspective. 7 (1)

Selected Publications in Scientific Journals

    1. Inyang, Martins Nyen & Inyang, Faith Martins (2019). Curbing youth criminality through            creative employment:   Ushafa pottery Centre Abuja in focus. International Journal of         Social Sciences and             Humanities Reviews (ISSN: 2276-8645). 9(1)

    2. Inyang, Martins Nyen (2018). Re-orientation of moral environmental problems. General Study    Series Center. 1(1)

    3. Martins Nyen Inyang, Frances Umari Ejue & Damian Kunza Agwadu (2018). Urban Housing                      Problems and Learning Among Off-Campus Students of Nasarawa State University,                       Keffi. Advances in social sciences research journal; ISSN 2055-0286. DOI:                                     http://dx.doi.org/10.14738/assrj.55.4483 Copyright Society for Science and Education,                   United Kingdom

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    5. Eraye, Michael Christopher, Inyang, Martins Nyen & Adaka, Sunday Simeon (2018). Workplace gossip and organizational productivity: Findings from Federal University Lafia, Nasarawa State. Fulafia journal of sociological studies (fjsstudies). 2(1)

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    7. Inyang1, Martins Nyen Adaka2, Sunday Simeon, (2017). Youth restiveness in Lafia. metropolis: A challenge to economic development. Fulafia Journal of Sociological Studies (FJSStudies). 1(1)

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    9. Martins Nyen Inyang & Damian Kunza Agwadu (2017). Empowering the rural poor through vocation                al skills acquisition: Nasarawa state in focus. International society for development and   sustainability (ISDS) Article ID: IJDS17052303 www.isdsnet.com/ijds 6 (3)

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    11.    Inyang, Martins Nyen (2017). Education and National Development: An Appraisal. International               Journal of Operational Research in Management, Social Sciences & Education ISSN (Print): 2536-                      6521 ISSN (Online): 2536-653X 3(1)

    12.    Arop, Sylvia Kaka and Inyang, Martins Nyen (2017). Cultural Globalization and Sustainable                    Development: Situation Analysis of North-Central Nigeria. International Journal of                         Development and Sustainability (ISDS). ISSN: 2186-8662 Article ID: IJDS17072301                     www.isdsnet.com/ijds 6(8)

    13.   Michael, C. E Inyang, M. N. & Ukpong, M.J. (2017) Non-Vulnerable Against the Vulnerable: A                     Socio-Criminological Analysis of Herdsmen Attack on Vulnerable Population in Nigeria.               Online Journal of Arts, Management and Social Sciences (OJAMSS). 2(1) 80-102

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    15.   Michael, C. E. Chinwokwu, E. C. & Inyang, M. N. (2017). Residents vulnerability to criminal                          victimization in Lafia, Nasarawa State, Nigeria. Online Journal of Arts, Management and                           Social Sciences (OJAMSS). 2(1) 127- 139

    16.  Michael, C. E. Inyang, M. N. & Ojeka, G. O (2016). Entrepreneurship Skills Education: A Catholicon             for Youth Criminality in Nigeria. Journal of Research in Education and Society                               International Perspective. 7 (1)

Skills

Administrative97%
Research98%
Lecturing Skill99%