Differences Between Manual & Computerized Accounting Systems Accounting can be done manually or using a computer. Accounting is an intrinsic part of any business, large or small--owners and other interested parties want to know whether they are making a profit or not. Many small businesses do their accounting manually and they are happy with this setup. Others may be considering using a computerized system, since accounting software is so affordable these days. Manual and computerized accounting systems perform basically the same processes; the accounting principles and concepts are the same with differences lying in the mechanics of the process.
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F. gigantica is a parasite of the liver and bile ducts of cattle, sheep, goats and wild ruminants in Africa and Asia. It is of great veterinary importance, causing the disease fascioliasis in cattle, accounting for considerable economic loss annually (Ukoli, 1990).
this works looks on the cultural and social placement of both male and female in an African society.
I decided to collect poems for this anthology because of two reasons. The first was the fact that poetry is often the most written of the three genres. This is understandably so: the emotive efficacy of poetry argues its especial patronage by writers particularly in a very emotionally stressful nation like Nigeria. Unfortunately, publishing outlets are very hard to come by. This was my second reason for embarking on this project. I felt it would provide a publishing opportunity for the many poems written in Nigeria.
This study on the design and construction of a modified cassava milling machine was done, owing to the inability of existing mills to meet the demand of cassava flour in bakery industries.
1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study Marital Satisfaction is sought or expected by most married individuals. Unfortunately, the U.S. bureau of census in 1992 reported that 52% marriages end up in divorce indicating its absence (Forwers, Montel, & Olson, 1996). This fact, alongside others, has caused an increase in research on factors influencing marital satisfaction. Marital satisfaction is often characterized by strong free-flowing communication abilities and visibly deep satisfaction as per affection, sexuality, shared time and finances (Fowers, Montel & Olson, 1996). Since the Igbos of Nigeria are mainly patriarchal, marriage is deemed an indispensable factor for the continuation of the family and line of descent. Children occupy the centre stage in Igbo marriages. Thus the first and foremost consideration is the fertility of the couple (Obi, 1970). The absence of children or a child in an Igbo family indicates a fearful end of the family or generation and as such a weak, faint or sometimes a total lack of marital satisfaction. Again, research has shown that retirement may contribute to marital satisfaction by reducing other commitments, role conflicts, and time constraints and by increasing opportunity for companionship. At this point, the level of affection for one another is also highest in older marriage (Carstensen, Gottman, & Levenson, 1995). Hence, work demands and loads when improperly managed, kick against marital satisfaction. It is evident in Nigeria that men and women have different concepts of marital satisfaction and the social support that is exchanged in the marriage. For instance, in Nigeria, males generally view marriage as an institution of lordship over the opposite sex who ought to be seen and not heard. Here, a typical Igbo married man believes that his wife is subject to his authority irrespective of her belief, opinions, feelings, and even academic background (Unamba, 2010).