Topics in Social StudiesValues and Norms explained What are norms? Types of norms Differences between values and norms How to prevent fraud Types of fraud explained Fraud as a contemporary social problem in Nigeria Explanations on the social problems in Nigeria and their solutions Contemporary social problems in Nigeria What is culture? Components of culture in social studies Child marriage and its consequences Consequences of Female Genital Mutilation What is healthy self-esteem? Characteristics of healthy self-esteem Causes of Environmental Problems Effects and Solutions to Environmental Problems Consequences of drug trafficking and solutions to drug trafficking Drug Trafficking: Reasons for drug trafficking Self-esteem: How to overcome low self-esteem What is low self-esteem? Characteristics of low self-esteem Low self-esteem: Causes of low self-esteem Consequences of Conflicts and Solutions to Conflict
Academic Questions in Social Studies
Twitter is a part of our social environment.
The following are objectives of social studies except _____.
A. It teaches morals and values
B. It enables us to better understand our environment
C. It creates national consciousness
D. It assists in producing upright citizens
E. It promotes the military form of government
F. It fosters judicious use of resources
Which of the following is not a natural cause of environmental problem?
Conflict can simply be defined as a clash of interest.
_____ refers to a personal reflection of one's overall self worth.
A type of marriage whereby a christian man marries a muslim woman is termed _____ marriage.
_____marriage is said to exist between couples who have lived together for a very long time with no prior form of marriage.
D. Left Handed
F. Common Law
The above image is considered a part of harmful traditional practices. The following are similar examples of such practices except _____.
C. Female Genital Mutilation
E. Breast Ironing
F. Child Marriage
Fraud is defined as a deceptive action carried out by a person, group of persons or an organization through a deliberate perversion of truth in order to gain something of value, especially money, through such dishonest process.
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Below are 16 ways to prevent fraud:
We should never send money to strangers over the internet. This action is useful in preventing catfishing (or romance scams) as seen on various dating sites.
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Since fraud is often committed via the internet, we should always check the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) of any visited website to confirm its authenticity. A legitimate URL must contain the domain name of the website. For instance, the URL of Len Academy must always contain the domain name 'len.com.ng'.
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We should never imput our Personal Identifiable Information (PII) and financial details into unknown web pages emanating from email links. In fact, we should be cautious when clicking links in emails. Phishing attacks can be prevented through this process.
Credit alert notification received via SMS may be fake. It is therefore crucial that we confirm all the money credited into our bank account through our bank's official application.
We should avoid investing our money on online platforms that promises a very high Return on investment (ROI). Also, all forms of ponzi scheme should be avoided.
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We should not obtain loan from unregistered online loan applications, as they may eventually blackmail the loanee. These are loan sharks with no physical structure. However, we still have some genuine loan companies with structures and online application. Regardless, these should be preperly verified before obtaining loan from them.
Debit and Credit cards should be well secured. The 16 digit code in front of the cards along side its expiry date should be always protected. Also, the Card Verification Value (called CVV number) at the back of the card should also be protected. In addition, the pins of our debit and credit cards should be kept private and confidential.
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We should be careful when making online financial donation to charity organizations. A legitimate charity organization does not compel one into making financial donations. Also, they typically do not accept cryptocurrencies and gift cards, as these are scammers preferred methods of accepting payments.
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Lottery organizations should carefully verify all winning lotteries, even when it comes from a known and reputable source. For individuals who have won lotteries, their winning ticket should be kept confidential and secured.
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We should be careful when clicking popup messages on websites, especially those stating that we have won a large sum of money. However, understand that there are numerous legitimate adverts running on various websites. Such ads can be visited if we find them useful. However, we must ensure that the websites running such adverts are legitimate.
Mortgage organizations should observe due diligence before giving out loans. In this regard, all the correct and appropriate details of the loanee must be collected.
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Fraud detection softwares should be installed on our computers and mobile phones. Examples include, fraud scoring software, device fingerprinting, geolocation, biometrics (two factor authentication), and a trusted antivirus software. Also, strategically placing CCTV cameras in our working environment and ATM machines can help detect fraudulent behaviours.
We should not provide our bank accounts for accepting payments from money laundering scams, regardless the allocated commission given to us. One will be sentensed to jail if found guilty of this fraudulent crime.
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We should be careful when clicking website links from dating sites and other chat applications. This is true because fraudulent links (requesting confidential information like username, email and password) may be sent by one's chat partner.
Unwanted and suspicious calls, including text messages should be blocked. We should also apply this principle on social media and chat applications.
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Organizations and corporate bodies are recommended to employ cybersecurity professionals and certified ethical hackers.
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Amazing facts in Social Studies
Yahoo is an acronym for: 'Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle'
Ashrita Furman holds the world record for the holder of the most world records. He had set over 600 records and currently holds more than 200 world records
As at 2023, France remains the most visited country (with about 90 million visitors), followed by Spain (83.7 million). Next is the United States of America (79.3 million)
Some car license plates in the Northwest Territories of Canada are shaped like a polar bear
The Library of Congress located in Washington D.C, America is the world's largest library. It contains over 162 million items in more than 450 languages.
The British Library (with over 150 million items) comes second, followed by the Library and Archives Canada with 54 million items (third), the New York Public Library with 53.1 million items (fourth), and the Russian State Library with 44.4 million items (fifth)
Located in Fez, Morocco, the University of Karueein (or University of Al Quaraouiyine) was founded way back in 859 A.D; and it's the world's oldest university (world's oldest higher learning institution) in the Guinness World Record.
In 1963, it was incorporated into Morocco's modern state university system, with approximately 8,000 students enrolling each academic year
We have got people who have fears on their fears. They are said to exhibit phobophobia which is the fear of phobias
High heel shoes were first designed for men
According to Ecology Global Network, four babies are born every seconds, 250 every minutes, 15,000 every hour, 360,000 everyday and 131.4 million babies every year
People under age 30 account for over 52% of the world's population
Notable points in Social Studies
Social Studies is defined as an integrated study on the interaction of human beings with their physical and social environments.
We can think of our environment as everything that surrounds us at any point in time. For instance, the soil, air, your clothes, phone and everything surrounding you right now are all part of your environment. (That is, they make up your environment).
Physical environment describes every visible thing around us. It could be water, air, soil, clothes, phones or all other things found around us.
Social environment on the other hand describes the various social roles or positions that influence an individual or a group. It is represented in our culture, norms, values, the people and various institutions with whom we interact with. Meanwhile, understand that social media applications like facebook, twitter, instagram, youtube and the likes present a social environment where people can interact with one another regardless their geographical location around the world.
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The causes of environmental problems can be either natural or man-made.
Natural causes of environmental problems will include the followings:
Some of the man-made causes of environmental problems are:
Ozone layer depletion
Increased turnout of waste
Environmental problems can be defined as problems associated with the lithosphere (land), atmosphere (air) and hydrosphere (water) as a result of man's action on earth.
Below are some of the constituents that make up our environment. These constituents may in turn act as factors that bring about environmental problems. They include:
Air or Atmosphere
The people around us
The animals around us
The things around us. For instance, books, food, shoes, phones and so on.
The following proactive processes can help reduce conflict in various organizations:
Set conflict guidelines
Encourage collaboration and teamwork
Proper recruitment process
Promote social events
Applying fair treatment
Listening and understanding skills
Private opinion and feedback from staff
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