Modern Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities <p><em><strong>Modern Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (ISSN 2795-4846)</strong> is an open-access monthly journal, that publishes original empirical research, theoretical review papers, scientific debates, and methodological contributions in the field of basic and applied social psychology. The <strong>MJSSH</strong> actively promotes standards of open science, supports an integrative approach to all aspects of social psychological science, and is committed to discussing timely social issues of high importance.</em></p> Academic Journal Incorporations en-US Modern Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities 2795-4846 Teacher Preparation and the Implementation of Official Bilingualism in Anglophone Primary Schools in Cameroon: A Study of Some Teacher Training Colleges in the Buea Municipality <p>Since the reunification of the two Cameroons in 1961, successive modes of application of official bilingualism have been adopted geared toward empowering every child leaving school with communication competencies in English and French. Despite the noble intentions, the pedagogic implications of the implementation remain uncertain. With the current Anglophone crisis, the much talked about ‘living together’ is threatened by a linguistic divide which, undeniably, has a huge toll on the cultural heritage of the two linguistic communities in the country. One wonders why after more than half a century; official bilingualism is not yet a living reality among school leavers. In teacher training institutions responsible for laying the foundation for the achievement of the policy, language curriculum still leaves much to be desired. This research investigates teacher preparation as a crucial link in implementing the official bilingualism policy in Anglophone primary schools. It focuses on language curriculum as the basis for teacher training to establish its adequacy in the achievement of official bilingualism. The paper examines official bilingualism in the professional preparation of teachers in some public, confessional and lay private teacher training institutions in the Buea municipality of the South West Region of Cameroon. The findings reveal that, though most teachers have a good working experience of over 10 years, their deficient bilingualism levels do not reflect effectiveness in bilingualism teaching. They cannot plan, implement and evaluate French and bilingualism training lessons. They lack exposure in terms of content knowledge and pedagogic skills and have limited time allocation for bilingual training. Finally, teachers do not master the French language subject matter they are expected to teach.</p> Blasius A. Chiatoh Emmanuel T. Mbah Copyright (c) 2024 2024-01-17 2024-01-17 23 1 1 10 The Role of Legal Values in the Political Culture of Society and a Philosophical Analysis of the Development of Youth Legal Culture <p>This article covers the role of legal consciousness and culture in the development of society, the main tasks of the educational and educational system in the development of Student Legal culture. At the same time, practical proposals and recommendations on the development of the legal culture of students are given.</p> Komilov Abror Quvondiqovich Copyright (c) 2024 2024-01-18 2024-01-18 23 1 11 15 The Art of Motivation: A School Administrators Booster for Success ? <p>The word motivation is a key word in the field of education especially in the domain of school administration. Motivation is a big leverage in all domain. Educational administrators motivate to lead and achieve educational objectives. This paper shall bring out information to prove that motivation boosts school leaders desire to achieve educational goals. The methodology used is analyzing secondary data from text books. The paper brings out the relevance of motivation explaining the various motivation strategies school administrators can exploit for a successful school. Typical of the relevance of motivation is making people excited about achieving the goals of the institution ( Molindo, 1998). As concerns strategies school administrators can use to make staff excited to work better; praise, treating subordinates with concern and involving them in decision making stood visible.</p> Takang Jaspa David Copyright (c) 2024 2024-01-28 2024-01-28 23 1 16 18 Redressing the Declining Fortune of the English- Speaking Subsystem of Education in Cameroon <p>The article, “Redressing the Declining Fortunes of the English- Speaking Subsystem of Education in Cameroon”, written by Dr. Kenneth Ngu Foncha is a concise, scientific and in-depth review of the current state of Anglophone education in Cameroon which, as he states, is at the root of an ongoing armed conflict.</p> Kenneth Ngu Foncha Copyright (c) 2024 2024-01-31 2024-01-31 23 1 19 25 Common Mistakes People Make: Part 1 <p>A mistake refers to a behavior that results from an error in judgment, inadequate or inaccurate knowledge, or a lack of attention. Making mistakes is part of the &nbsp;human lot &nbsp;and they help us learn and grow when we respond to them effectively.&nbsp; This paper and its companion paper summarize the top twenty common mistakes people make.&nbsp; For convenience, the mistakes are arranged in alphabetical order.</p> Matthew N. O. Sadiku Uwakwe C. Chukwu Janet O. Sadiku Copyright (c) 2024 2024-01-30 2024-01-30 23 1 26 32 Common Mistakes People Make: Part 2 <p>A mistake may regarded as a behavior that results from an error in judgment, inadequate or inaccurate knowledge. Mistakes &nbsp;can be used as a valuable means of personal growth. Success in life requires a&nbsp;<a href="">tricky balance</a>&nbsp;between learning and doing.&nbsp; It involves minimizing our mistakes and learning from them.&nbsp; This paper contains additional ten common mistakes people make. For every mistake we identify, we define it, explain how it is a common mistake, and then suggest how to fix it if possible. We offer practical ideas for self-correction. For convenience, the mistakes are arranged in alphabetical order.</p> Matthew N. O Sadiku Uwakwe C. Chukwu Janet O. Sadiku Copyright (c) 2024 2024-01-30 2024-01-30 23 1 33 39 Development and Innovation in the Visual Formation of the Virtual Arabic Novel (Virtual Female, From the First Click, Shadow Memory) as a Model <p>The sense of sight occupied a high position among all senses in the process of reception, which requires the mobilization of the largest possible number of formations that serve the text through sight. Thus, visual formation occupied an important place in the narrative narrative of the virtual novel. Therefore, the current study sought to shed light on the aspects of development and innovation in the field of visual formation of the contemporary Arabic virtual novel.</p> Hadeel Nashat Aswad Hanaf Copyright (c) 2024 2024-01-31 2024-01-31 23 1 40 55 Adaptation of Village Government Management in the Digital Era: Phenomenographic Study <p>This research aims to create a change in the model of village government management in accordance with the community needs in this digital era. The study was conducted in two villages: Kalisampurno Village and Kludan Village, located in the Tanggulangin Subdistrict, Sidoarjo Regency, East Java. As the rural community needs in this digital era have changed, village governments have to change their management systems as the form of updated strategy. However, such a brand-new strategy often fails due to the lack of institutional capacity and the abilities of village government officials. In addition, the community's knowledge of technology influences their ability to adapt to technological advancements. This study employs a qualitative approach and with phenomenological methodology. Research data were collected through observations, interviews, and Focus Group Discussions. The study has indicated that the governance of Kalisampurno and Kludan villages showed poor result of change management strategy implementation as their officials display ineffective functions, unefficient organization, and poor village policy management.</p> Hasan Ubaidillah Pribadiyono Pribadiyono Ikhsan Budi Riharjo Copyright (c) 2024 Modern Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities 2024-01-30 2024-01-30 23 1 56 61