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Randwick International of Social Science (RISS) Journal
| e-ISSN: 2722-5674 |  p-ISSN: 2722-5666 |

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Vol. 5 No. 2, RISS Journal, April 2023
Published: 2024-04-30

Sociodemographic Background Predisposing Youths into Gang Violence in Lagos Metropolis, Nigeria
Ogunmefun Folorunsho Muyideen | Aborisade A. Richard | Atere Adewole |
Full text | 10.47175/rissj.v5i2.946
Striking Balance in Democratic Governance: The Battle for Control between the Administrative and Legal Branches
Yaron Katz|
Full text | 10.47175/rissj.v5i2.883

Relationship History of Parenting and Antenatal Care Visits with Stunting Events in Children Aged 24-36 Months in West Aceh Regency
Cut Hartati | Etti Sudaryati | Fikarwin Zuska |
Full text | 10.47175/rissj.v5i2.949

The Effect of Land Area, Labor, Fertilizer Subsidyon Agricultural Production In Indonesia
Pangihutan Syafriansyah Pasaribu | Fitrawaty | M. Fitri Rahmadana |
Full text | 10.47175/rissj.v5i2.950

The Social Realities of Tausug Women in Tausug Contemporary Kalangan
Sharifa Sittie Zehanie Kabirun |
Full text | 10.47175/rissj.v5i2.945

Illicit Sex, Karma and Karmic Discredit in Kunle Afolayan’s Citation
Abiodun Olukayode Tairu |
Full text | 10.47175/rissj.v5i2.957

Metaphor in Petatah Petitih of Babako Ceremony in Minangkabau Wedding Tradition
Fauziah Khairani Lubis | Syamsul Bahri |Aulia Risky Harlina |
Full text | 10.47175/rissj.v5i2.958

Reconciliation and Peacebuilding of Standup Comedy South Africa
Idowu James Adekunle |
Full text | 10.47175/rissj.v5i2.962

Fundamental Problems of Water Resources Management in the Helmand River Basin, Afghanistan
Salman Ali Nabavi |
Full text | 10.47175/rissj.v5i2.963

Candidacy Endorsement and Rebuttals as Mediated Campaign Strategies in The 2023 Nigerian Election
Fredrick Friday John | Olubimpe Olasunmbo Adekunle |
Full text | 10.47175/rissj.v5i2.948

The Flag as a Symbol and Vision of Peace, Democracy, and Nation-Building
Joan Davison | Jesenko Tešan |
Full text | 10.47175/rissj.v5i2.964

Building Resilient Campuses: A Blueprint in Proposing Safe Spaces to Address Sexual Grooming in Academia
Junry G. Tianzon | Zenaida Villacete | Leany Barasi | Janalyn Salvador | Hernando L.B.Jr. | 303-312
Full text | 10.47175/rissj.v5i2.965
Dissatisfaction Desires and Deterioration Loneliness in Ernest Hemingway’s Cat in the Rain
Thulfiqar Abdulameer Sulaiman Alhmdni | 313-317
Full text | 10.47175/rissj.v5i2.967
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