vol. 22, no. 2 (2011)


LUMINA (formerly KINAADMAN) is a refereed, interdisciplinary, research and scholarly journal of Holy Name University, Tagbilaran City, published every October and March of each year by the HNU Publication Office. It publishes articles from HNU academic community, alumni, and other scholars from the Philippines and other countries throughout the globe. Research and scholarly papers in the basic and applied sciences, viz.: social, theological, philosophical, anthropological, natural and applied sciences, among others, and book reviews are accepted in this journal. LUMINA is a Latin word which means "light" or "illumination" - one which is indispensably needed by a person who is searching for something in a research, be it applied or pure. Therefore, the journal serves as the canticle of all the outputs of scholarly and professional research.

Publisher: Holy Name University

Potential Citation/s: 98

Category: Education & Educational Research | Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary |

ISSN 2094-1188 (Print)

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A Transhistorical Interview: Adolf Deissmann on a 21st Century Leader

Thom Wolf

Discipline: Philosophy, Religion

Responsibility and Spatiality: Or can Jean-Luc Nancy Sit on a Bench in Hannah Arendt’s Public Space?

Kathleen Vandeputte | Ignaas Devisch

Discipline: Philosophy, Social Science, Political Science

World Bank Agricultural Development Projects and Underdevelopment in Nigeria

Noah Echa Attah

Discipline: Economics, Social Science, Agriculture

Language and Political Ideology in the Nigerian Military Coup Speeches: A Case Study of General Aguiyi Ironsi’s, General Yakubu Gowon’s and General Murtala Muhammed’s

Moses Omoniyi Ayeomoni

Discipline: Languages, Politics

African Traditional Religion: A Conceptual and Philosophical Analysis

Emeka C. Ekeke

Discipline: Religion

Leading by Interaction in Educational Organizations: The Imperatives of Leadership Communication and Complaint Management

Uzoechi Nwagbara

Discipline: Social Science, Management

Representation of Gender in Fiction: A Reading of the Novels of D.O. Fagunwa

Lere Adeyemi

Discipline: Literature

Divorce and Remarriage in Nigeria: A Spiral Hermeneutical Approach to MK 10: 1-12

George O. Folarin

Discipline: Religion

Non-Conceptualism and the Challenges of the Conceptualist on the Cognitive Process of Perception

Emmanuel Ola Akintona

Discipline: Psychology, Philosophy

Nehemiah’s Reform in Israel: A Challenge for Nation-Building

Samson O. Olanisebe | Abiola A. Olaniyi

Discipline: Political Science, Politics

Globalization and Value System

Oseni Taiwo Afisi

Discipline: Social Science, Political Science

A Critical Study of Yorùbá in the Ifá Corpus

Omotade Adegbindin

Discipline: Philosophy, Religion

The Institution of Traditional Rulers and Its Adaptive Capacity

Victor Osaro Edo

Discipline: Political Science

The Teaching of Paul on the New Creature as a Precursor for Socio-Religious Transformation

Taiye Adamolekun

Discipline: Social Science, Religion

Reconceptualizing Justice in the Globalizing World

Osimiri Peter

Discipline: Social Science, Technology, Political Science

Sexting and the Filipino Youth

Rolando A. Alimen | Ma. Cecilia D. Alimen

Discipline: Social Science

Human Sexuality in African Thought and the HIV/ AIDS Scourge

O. O. Familusi

Discipline: Social Science, Medicine

The Lore of Religious Festivals among the Yoruba and Its Social Relevance

Olatundun Abosede Oderinde

Discipline: Social Science, Religion

Language of Confessional Autobiography: A Stylistic Appraisal of Emmanuel Eni’s Delivered from the Powers of Darkness

Adesina B. Sunday

Discipline: Literature, Languages

The Path to Human Understanding in Heidegger’s Being and Time

Eddie R. Babor

Discipline: Psychology, Literature

The African Novel and the Integration of Oral Lores: An Evolution of African “Lit-Oral-Ture”

Sola Afolayan

Discipline: Literature