African Multidisciplinary Journal of Research

The idea of this journal was born in 2015 as initiative by the St. Paul’s University faculty. The aim of the AMJR is to document and publish high quality multidisciplinary research articles.  The journal seeks to establish dialogue from a community of scholars and researchers in different fields of study.  The journal also seeks to promote the development of original theoretical thinking in various fields of study and raise standards of research.  Equally important for this journal will be an exchange of information on our research publications.  The journal is a forum for linking the academic world with industry platform which is a fundamental requirement in the 21st century.

Since the journal is called “The African Multidisciplinary Journal of Research” it accepts theoretical and empirical articles from all academic disciplines.   However the articles must be of high standards and will be subjected to a rigorous peer-review process.


Vol 1, No 1 (2016): African Multidisciplinary Journal of Research

Table of Contents

Articles

Muthoni E. King'ori, Ukaiko A. Bitrus-Ojiambo
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John O. Ndavula
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Chongombe Djongana
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Suleiman Mwangi
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Emily Onyango
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Jonathan Mumo Kinyenze, Charity Irungu
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Antony Wando Odek, Charity Irungu, Kennedy Ouma Olang’
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Mary Mugo, Lily Njanja, David Minja
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