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2018 | 52 | 6 |
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Analiza porównawcza nadzoru nad projektem badawczym w zakresie osiągnięć studentów biznesu na uniwersytetach nigeryjskich

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This study was designed to compare research project supervision on Student graduating performance in Kwara State University (KWASU) and University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) for two sessions. Emphasis was put on establishing the relationship between motivational factors, inhibiting factors, student writing and research capacity. The study employed the use of correlation design to establish the nature of relationships. The fidings revealed the existence of signifiant relationship between the above-mentioned elements and student time management in both universities.
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Badanie miało na celu porównanie nadzoru nad projektem badawczym wśród studentów kończących studia w Kwara State University (KWASU) i University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) przez dwie sesje. Nacisk położono na ustalenie związku między czynnikami motywacyjnymi, czynnikami hamującymi, pracą uczniów i możliwościami badawczymi. W badaniu wykorzystano projekt korelacji do ustalenia charakteru relacji. Ujawniono istnienie istotnego związku między wyżej wymienionymi czynnikami a zarządzaniem czasem przez studentów na obu uniwersytetach.
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52
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6
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2018
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2019-07-18
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