GENDER AND ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES INFLUENCE ON POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE USE OF ACADEMIC SOCIAL-NETWORKING SITES FOR RESEARCH

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Ishola Ayodele Oluwaseun BADA Abiodun Christiana ADEGBIJA Mosiforeba V DANYARO Abdul MOHAMMED Al-Amin

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OLUWASEUN, Ishola Ayodele et al. GENDER AND ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES INFLUENCE ON POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE USE OF ACADEMIC SOCIAL-NETWORKING SITES FOR RESEARCH. Nigerian Journal of Educational Technology, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, p. 12-23, apr. 2019. ISSN 2616-1338. Available at: <https://journal.nijet.org.ng/index.php/nijet/article/view/55>. Date accessed: 31 may 2020.
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