Integrity Research Journals

ISSN: 2811-2407
Model: Open Access/Peer Reviewed
DOI: 10.31248/IJAH
Start Year: 2020

Integrity Journal of Arts and Humanities (IJAH) (DOI: 10.31248/IJAH) is peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles, review articles, perspective, perspectives etc. in all areas of Arts and Humanities. Integrity Journal of Arts and Humanities publishes bimonthly and all published articles are freely accessible on the journal website. Hard... Continue here

CURRENT ISSUE (Vol.2 (3) October 2021)

Liberal Democracy And Globalized Capitalism In Africa: Perspective From Heidegger
This paper sets out to defend a set of mutually inclusive theses. First, it argues that liberal democracy’s sojourn in Africa is not political but economic. Secondly, that there is nothing natural about capitalism, rather capitalism was forcefully globalized in order to create the false impression that man is by nature motivated by self-interest or profit.... Continue here

A Stylistic Study Of Selected Poems In Jide Balogun’s ‘the Desert In The River’
Every society in a quest for nationhood undergoes series of stages, which are inevitable and necessary for its growth. Nigeria’s pursuit for legitimate growth and development has been hampered by certain hindrances which have brought the nation to disrepute and slow development. This paper explores, from a linguistic perspective, the varying thematic issues... Continue here

Fair-minded Critical Thinking: Towards A Reconciliation Of The Self And The Other
This work examines the role which fair-minded critical thinking can play in the attempt to reconcile the self with the other. It argues that much of the problems encountered in human relations arise from either uncritical thinking or unfair-minded critical thinking. This happens as a result of the enthronement of both the individual and social ego, on account of... Continue here

A Critical Discourse Analysis Of Selected News Reports Of South Africa Xenophobic Attacks Of Nigerians
The incessant xenophobic attacks of Nigerians and other foreign nationals in South Africa have generated a unique discourse in the Nigerian media and in fact, other mainstream media on the African continent and international scene. These attacks are viewed by the international community as incompatible with 21st century civility. This paper therefore, engages the... Continue here