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Changes in Livelihood: Do Universities Make Any Difference In Their Host Communities Through Corporate Social Responsibilities In Nigeria?
British journal of education
In Nigeria, there has been an unprecedented increase in the number of universities. These universities most often are sited in outskirts of urban centres but over the years these communities have become fully urbanized. The question is how has the sitting of the universities contributed to community development and change in the livelihood of its host community through corporate social responsibilities (CSR). The paper argued that community service which is one of the core mandates ofdoi:10.37745/bje/vol8.no1.pp55-65.2020 fatcat:hnt57ivepjcypdhrb45erxd7ti