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Social Media, Mobile and Cloud Technology Use in Accounting: Value-Analyses in Developing Economies
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ISBN: 978-1-83982-161-5

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Social Media, Mobile and Cloud Technology Use in Accounting: Value-Analyses in Developing Economies
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ISBN: 978-1-83982-161-5

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Social Media, Mobile and Cloud Technology Use in Accounting: Value-Analyses in Developing Economies
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ISBN: 978-1-83982-161-5

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Publication date: 29 May 2020

Femi Oladele and Timothy G. Oyewole

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Social Media, Mobile and Cloud Technology Use in Accounting: Value-Analyses in Developing Economies
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ISBN: 978-1-83982-161-5

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Publication date: 29 May 2020

Femi Oladele and Timothy G. Oyewole

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Social Media, Mobile and Cloud Technology Use in Accounting: Value-Analyses in Developing Economies
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ISBN: 978-1-83982-161-5

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Publication date: 29 May 2020

Femi Oladele and Timothy G. Oyewole

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Social Media, Mobile and Cloud Technology Use in Accounting: Value-Analyses in Developing Economies
Type: Book
ISBN: 978-1-83982-161-5

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Publication date: 29 May 2020

Femi Oladele and Timothy G. Oyewole

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Social Media, Mobile and Cloud Technology Use in Accounting: Value-Analyses in Developing Economies
Type: Book
ISBN: 978-1-83982-161-5

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Publication date: 29 May 2020

Femi Oladele and Timothy G. Oyewole

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Social Media, Mobile and Cloud Technology Use in Accounting: Value-Analyses in Developing Economies
Type: Book
ISBN: 978-1-83982-161-5

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Publication date: 29 March 2021

Timothy Tunde Oladokun and Robert Ereola Shiyanbola

Sustainable features are gradually becoming important considerations by commercial real estate users. This is because of their considered impact in reducing operating…

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Sustainable features are gradually becoming important considerations by commercial real estate users. This is because of their considered impact in reducing operating costs and potential at reducing the negative impacts of buildings on human health and the natural environment. This chapter sought to examine the demands for sustainable features by users of commercial real estate like offices in Lagos State, Nigeria. It also evaluated the factors influencing demand for them to achieve value for money and enhance real estate investment decisions. The quantitative research methodology was adopted, and primary data were collected via questionnaires distributed to 134 purposively selected estate surveying firms in the study area. Ninety-five representing (70.9%) were returned and found useable and were analysed with the aid of descriptive statistics of percentages, mean and relative willingness index. The study found that power/energy-saving features are in high demand as alternatives to the epileptic nature of power supply in the country. The study recommended the need for the government to encourage the adoption and incorporation of locally made sustainable features in commercial real estate and to subsidise them for use in the Lagos commercial real estate market. Thus, it is concluded that with the right environment created by policy makers, sustainable features in buildings have huge potentials to contribute to prevent environmental problems in an emerging commercial real estate market like Nigeria.

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Sustainable Real Estate in the Developing World
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ISBN: 978-1-83867-838-8

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Publication date: 24 February 2020

Samuel Ayofemi Olalekan Adeyeye, Olusola Timothy Bolaji, Titilope Adebusola Abegunde and Taofeek Olawale Adesina

This study aims to review processing and utilization of snail meat in alleviating protein malnutrition in Africa. Most countries in Africa are faced with a major challenge…

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This study aims to review processing and utilization of snail meat in alleviating protein malnutrition in Africa. Most countries in Africa are faced with a major challenge of protein malnutrition as a result of high cost of animal proteins. This has encouraged more research works in the use of wild or game meat to meet the much-needed animal proteins.

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Previous literatures on the above subject matter were reviewed. In many African countries, the use of snails, rodents and other small livestock in the wild could help in improving the nutritional needs of the people in both urban and rural areas, as well as adding economic value through income generation to the local people.

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Snails are very rich in dietary protein, low in fat and cholesterol and are good sources of iron, magnesium, calcium and zinc. Previous studies showed that snail meat contains 70 per cent of water and its dry matter contains high amounts of essential amino acids such as lysine, leucine, arginine and tryptophan. Research studies have shown that snail contains calcium orthophosphate, a chemical substrate that could alleviate and reduce kidney diseases. Also, the glandular substances found in edible snails were found to have antimicrobial activities that cause agglutination of certain bacteria, which could be used against some ailments like whooping cough. As snail meat products have high nutritional value, spoilage sets in after one or two days after harvesting, and therefore, the preservation of snail meat has become a major concern to farmers, processors and consumers. Several preservation techniques could be adopted, which include smoking, sun drying, convectional drying and the use of natural or artificial preservatives. These methods have been found to reduce microbial load of snail meat and help to extend shelf life and keeping quality of snail meat.

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This review X-rayed the importance of snail meat in the human diet and how this could be explored to enhance protein nutrition in developing countries.

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Nutrition & Food Science , vol. 50 no. 6
Type: Research Article
ISSN: 0034-6659

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