Adeyinka Abideen ADERINTO
Professor of Deviant Behaviour and Social Problem
B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D Crimonology (Ibadan)
Prof. Aderinto is a Professor in the Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan, Ibadan where he obtained the degrees of Bachelor of Science, Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology in 1988, 1991 and 1997 respectively. He has published in his areas of interest in reputed local and international journals. Prof. Aderinto is a recipient of many honours from organizations such as Social Science Council of Nigeria, Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research, Inter African Committee, CODESRIA, USAID, US Department of State, Macarthur Foundation and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD. He also belongs to professional associations within and outside Nigeria. Some of these include the Nigeria Anthropological and Sociological Association, the Social Sciences and Reproductive Health Research Network, African Sociological Association, International Sociological Association, Council for the Development of Social Research in Africa, Dakar, Senegal, and the Union of African Population Studies, Dakar, Senegal. Prof. Aderinto has participated in many local and international conferences in his field of studies. He was at various times the Sub-Dean, Undergraduate and Sub-Dean, Postgraduate of the Faculty of the Social Sciences, University of Ibadan. He also recently served as Dean of the Postgraduate School, and is currently the Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academic, of the University.
Sociology of childhood, deviance and social problems and gender studies
Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS
Sociology Department Prize for the Best Graduating Student, 1988
Professor Okediji Memorial Prize for the Best Overall Student in Sociology at Both 200 and 300 levels.
Awardee, Small Grant Thesis Writing Competition, Council for the Development of Social Research in Africa (CODESRIA), 1990.
Awardee, Social Science Council of Nigeria’s Project on University Governance, 1994
Grantee, Population Research Fund Project (NISER Ibadan) 1996.
Grantee, Combating Childhood Communicable Diseases Project, USAID, 1994
Grantee, Inter African Committee (IAC) Nigeria Project on Girl-child Situation in Nigeria, 1997.
Grantee, Inter African Committee (IAC) Nigerian Project on Widowhood and Wife Inheritance in Nigeria, 1998.
Grantee, Fullbright/USIA Summer Institute on the Cultural Geography of the United States: An American Gumbo, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA. June 16 – July 29, 2000.
Grantee, Inter African Committee (IAC) Nigeria Project on Domestic Violence against Women in Nigeria, 2002.
Grantee, Ford Foundation Travel grants to attend the 2002 South African Sociological Association Congress, East London, South Africa.
Grantee, Macarthur Foundation Fund for Leadership Development
Laureate, Child and Youth Studies Institute, CODESRIA Dakar. October 6-31 2003.
Fellow, Bill and Melinda Gates Summer Institute on Reproductive health and Development, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health ,Baltimore, MD, June 16-July 2, 2004.
ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN LEARNED JOURNALS
Aderinto, A. A. (1994) “Some Socio-Demographic Characteristics of Run-Away Children in Lagos Metropolis” African Journal for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Vol. 1, No. 2, September, Pp. 277 – 285.
Aderinto, A. A. (1997) “Breaking Through Barriers: A Survey of Disabled Entrepreneurs in Ibadan City”. African Notes, Volume XXI Nos. 1 and 2, Pp 86 – 94.
Aderinto, A. A. and Okunola, R. A. (1998) “Push, Pull and Sustaining Factors of Child labour in Nigeria” Ife Psychologia: An International Journal, Vol. 6 No. 1 Pp. 173 – 183.
Aderinto, A. A. (1999) “The Girl-child Situation in South-Western Nigeria: an Assessment” Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 3 No. 1 – 2, Special Issues Pp 97 – 108.
Aderinto, A. A. (2000) “Social Correlates and Coping Measures of Street-Children: A Comparative Study of Street and Non-Street Children in South-Western Nigeria” Child Abuse and Neglect, Vol. 24, No. 9, Pp 1199 – 1213.
Aderinto, A. A. (2001) “Subordinated by Culture: Constraints of Women in a Rural Yoruba Community, Nigeria”. Nordic Journal of African Studies, Volume 10, Number 2 Pp 176 – 187.
Aderinto, A. A and Ikediashi, M. N (2001) “Background, Work Conditions and Life Aspirations of Househelps in Lagos, Nigeria” African Journal for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. 6 (1) Pp 39-50.
Olawoye J.E, Adeyemo A.A, Udegbe IB, Aderinto A.A, Omololu O, Adeyefa I, Adesina J.O, Olarinde E.S, Garba P.K, Gyong J.E, Ezumah N, Jegede A.S, Aderibigbe, T.O, Bamgboye E.A, Adeniyi J.D, Erinosho L, Osotimehin B (2001)”Gender Socialization and Male Responsibility in the Family: A comparative Analysis of Three Socio-Cultural Groups in Nigeria”. Annals of the Social Science Academy, No. 13 January – December: 92-108.
Aderinto, A. A. (2002) “Life after Displacement: A Study of Refugees in a Nigerian Refuge Camp” Journal of Human Ecology. Volume 13, No. 5 Pp 369 – 374
Aderinto, A. A. (2003) “The Status of the Girl-Child in Soweto, South Africa” Journal of Social Sciences. Volume 7, Number 4 Pp 293-300. INDIA
Adeyefa I, Aderinto A.A, Olawoye J.E, Udegbe IB, Omololu O, Olarinde E.S, Aderibigbe T.O, Erinosho L, Osotimehin B. (2004) Male Responsibility in Reproductive Health In Nigeria: An Eclectic Methodological Approach. African Journal for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. Volume 7 No 2 Pp 168-195
Olawoye, J.E., Omololu, F., Aderinto, Y., Adeyefa, I., Adeyemo, D. and Osotimehin, B. (2004) “Social Construction of Manhood in Nigeria: Implications For Male Responsibility in Reproductive Health” African Population Studies, Volume 19 No. 2 Pp 1 – 20.
Adisa, J., Aderinto A. and Okoosi, T. (2004). Students’ unrest and University Governance in Nigeria: Causes, Patterns, Impacts and Prognosis. Annals of the Social Science Academy of Nigeria. Nos. 16 and 17, Pp 87-98.
Aderinto, A. A. (2004) Widowhood Practices in South-Western Nigeria. Research for Development. Vol 20, No. 1. Pp 66-97.
Aderinto, A. A., A. Oladokun, A. A. Atere, I. F. Adewole, E. Nwokocha (2005) Sexual Behaviour of Married Men during Pregnancy and After Child Birth in Ibadan: Evidence from Focus Group Discussions. UNILAG Sociological Review vol. 6, October Pp 43-58.
Aderinto, A.A, Olawoye J.E; Jegede A.S; Ezumah N.; Gyong E.; Omololu O.; Okunola R. (2006) Cultural Conception and Changes in Husbandhood: Evidences from Three Socio-Cultural Groups in Nigeria. Journal of Environment and culture. Vol. 3 No 1 Pp 56-73.
Aderinto, A.A, Nwokocha, E.E, Bankole, A.O, Obemeata, A.A (2006) “Domestic Violence against Women in Nigeria: An investigation in Delta states and Edo” Ibadan Journal of the Social Sciences Volume 4, Number 1 Pp 61-75
Aderinto, A.A, Olawoye J.E; Olarinde E.S.; Erinhoso L.; Osotimehin B.; Aderibigbe T.O. (2006) Perception of Fatherhood and Fatherhood Responsibilities in the Family: A Study of Three Socio-Cultural Groups in Nigeria. South-south Journal of Culture and Development Volume 8 No 1 Pp 174-215
Aderinto,A.A, Akinwale, A, Atere,A and Oyenuga, S ( 2007) “Correlates and hazards of Street- begging: A Qualitative study of able-bodied female beggars in Ibadan and Lagos, Nigeria” Unilag Sociological Review Vol viii, pp 1-20.
Aderinto, A.A (2007) “Reproductive Behavior and Problems of Street Children in Ibadan, Nigeria Ibadan Journal of Social Sciences. Vol 5 Number 2, pp 97-106.
Ajayi,O.J and Aderinto, A.A. (2008) “ Unlawfull but Desirable: An assessment of the Oodua Peoples Congress in crime management in Lagos Metropolis, Nigeria. South-south Journal of Culture and Development Vol 10 No 1. pp 153-187.
Aderinto, A.A and Samuel, E.I (2008) Adolescents at Risk: A Qualitative Study of Adolescent Sex Workers in Ibadan South African Review of Sociology 39 (1) pp 38-50
Aderinto, A.A. and Akinwale, A (2008) Traditional Socio-cultural Systems as Models for Stability and Security in Societies Journal of Environment and culture.Volume 5, Number 2 pp 90-106
Aborisade, R. and Aderinto, A.A. (2008) Pathways to Sex Workers’ Social Rehabilitation and Assessment of Rehabilitation Approaches in Nigeria: Evidence from a Qualitative Study Gender & Behaviour Volume 6 No. 2, Pp 1925-1956
Aborisade, R. and Aderinto, A.A. (2008) “Adjustment Patterns and Obstacles against Social Rehabilitation of Sex Workers in Nigeria” African Sociological Review, 12, 2, Pp 128-143
Aborisade, R. and Aderinto, A.A. (2009) Patterns and Processes of Recruitment into Sex Work in Nigeria. LWATI: A Journal of Cotemporary Research Volume 6(2) Pp 277-292
Abiola, L.A. and Aderinto, A.A ( 2009) “Costs and Risks of Corruption Among Civil Servants in Oyo State” Nigerian Journal of Social and Development Issues Vol. 6 N0 1 Pp 64-79.
Aborisade, R. and Aderinto, A.A. ( 2008) “Social Background and Vulnerability to Sex Work Trafficking in Nigeria” South-South Journal of Culture and Development Volume 11, No 1 Pp 150-182
Aderinto, A.A. (2009) “Child Labour in West Africa: Nature, Extent and Consequences” Benin Journal of Social Sciences Volume 17, Number 1. Pp 164-178
Aderinto,A.A and Akinwale,A.A. ( 2009) “ Democratic Process and Security Challenges in Nigeria since 1999” International Journal of Nigerian Studies and Development Vol. 15, Pp 21-31.
Tade, O and Aderinto, A.A. ( 2011) “ Socio-Demographic Predictors of Domestic Outsourcing among Working Women in Ibadan, Nigeria” Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences 8 (4) Pp 198-204
Akinwale, A.A. & Aderinto, A.A. (2011) “Crisis of Governance and Urban Violence in Nigeria” African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies Vol 5, Nos 1&2. Pp 49-77
Tade, O & Aderinto, A.A. ( 2012) “ Factors Influencing the Demand for Domestic Servants in Oyo State, Nigeria” International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies, 4.1: 521-545
Omotoso, O & Aderinto, A.A ( 2012) “ Assessing the Performance of Corporate Private Security Organisations in Crime Prevention in Lagos State, Nigeria” Journal of Physical Security 6 (1), 72-89
Isiugo-Abanihe, U.C., Erinosho, L, Ushie, B, Aderinto, A.A, Sunmola, A and Joseph, R ( 2012) “ Age of Sexual Debut and Patterns of Sexual Behaviour in Two Local Government Areas of Southern Nigeria” Afr J of Reprod Health, Vol 16, 4. Pp 81-94.
Odoma, S and Aderinto, A.A. (2013) “Power Consciousness of Security Operatives: The bane of Inter-Agency Feud in Nigeria” International Journal of Criminology and Sociological Theory Vol 6, No 3 Pp 1-1457.
Omotosho, Oluwakemi and Aderinto A.A. (2013) “Challenges of Providing Security in Lagos State: The Case of Corporate Private Security Organisations” Ibadan Journal of Social Sciences Volume 11 Number 1 Pp 9-24.
JO Ayodele and AA Aderinto (2014) “Crime Location and Reporting Practices of Victims in Lagos, Nigeria”. The Journal of Physical Security 7 (3), 45-61
JO Ayodele and AA Aderinto (2014) “Nature of Crime and Crime Reporting of Victims in Lagos, Nigeria”. International Journal of Criminology and Sociological Theory Vol 7, No 1 Pp 1-14
JO Ayodele and AA Aderinto (2014) “Public Confidence in the Police and Crime Reporting Practices of Victims in Lagos, Nigeria: A Mixed Methods method”. International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences Vol 9 (1) Pp 46-63
Ojedokun, Usman Adekunle and Aderinto, A.A ( 2014) " Network of Social Relationship Among Transnational Street Beggars in South-West Nigeria" Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies Volume 56, No. 3 Pp 323-345
Ojedokun, Usman Adekunle and Aderinto, A.A ( 2015) " Highway Informal Policing in Kajola Local Government, Oyo State, Nigeria" The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles, Vol. 88, 3: 251-262
Ojedokun, Usman Adekunle and Aderinto, A.A ( 2015) " Push and Pull Factors of Transnational Street Begging in South Western Nigeria" The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, Volume 13, No 2, Pp 13-26.
Ayodele, J.O. and Aderinto, A.A. ( 2016) " Socio-cultural Conditions of Victims and their Crime Reporting practices in Lagos, Nigeria" African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies Vol. 9, Issue 1, Pp 207-242.
Ezeibekwe, Uju Perpetual, Ojedokun, Usman Adekunle and Aderinto, Adeyinka Abideen ( 2016) Love For Artwork”: Tattooing And Body Piercing Among Undergraduate Students Of University Of Ibadan, Nigeria. AJPSSI, Vol 19, No 3. Pp 1-9
Ayodele, J.O. and Aderinto, A.A. ( 2016) "Special Considerations and Reporting among Crime Victims in Lagos: A Qualitative Study" The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology Vol. 14, No 2, November, Pp 115-139
Aderinto, A. A. (1995) “Social Attributes of Convicted Criminals in Oyo State” in Nigeria at Crossroads: Which Way Out? Conference Proceedings of the Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association, Ijebu-Igbo.
BOOKS AND CHAPTERS IN BOOKS:
Aderinto, A. A. (1995) “Students Unrest and Urban Violence in Nigeria” in I. O. Albert, J. Adisa, T. Agboola and G. Herault (eds.) Urban Management and Urban Violence in Africa.IBADAN: IFRA, Volume Two. Pp 233-238
Aderinto, A. A. (1995) “Working on the Streets: Occupational Health and Hazards of Street Children” in Funmi Adewumi and Femi Omololu (eds.) Death by Installment: Occupation Health and Hazards in Nigeria. Lagos: Friedrich Ebert Foundation. Pp 214-220
Aderinto, A. A. (1999) “Wives of the Grave: A Study of Widowhood and Wife Inheritances Practices in Ondo and Ekiti States of Nigeria. In Rights and Widowhood Rites in Nigeria Lagos: Inter-African Committee (Nigeria) on Traditional practices Affecting the Health of Women and Children, Pp 2-27
Aderinto, A. A. (2001) “Concepts and Perspectives in Sociology” In C. O. Ikporukpo (ed.) Government, Society and Economy: An Introduction to the Social Sciences. Ibadan: Faculty of the Social Sciences, University of Ibadan Pp 150-166
Aderinto, A. A., Olutayo, A. O. and Obemeata A. A. (2001) “The Nigerian Society” In C. O. Ikporukpo (ed.) Government, Society and Economy: An Introduction to the Social Sciences. Ibadan: Faculty of the Social Sciences, University of Ibadan Pp 167-180 (33%).
Aderinto, A. A. (2002) “The Concept of Social Problems.” In Isiugo-Abanihe, U. C., Isamah A. and Adesina Jimi (eds) Currents and perspectives in Sociology. Lagos: Malthouse Press limited. Pp 335-348
Okunola, R. A.; Aderinto, A. A. and Atere, A. A. (2002) “Prisons and the Nigerian Prisoners” In Isiugo-Abanihe, Isamah, A.and Adesina Jimi (eds.) Currents and Perspectives in Sociology.Lagos: Malthouse Press limited. Pp 319- 333 (33%).
Aderinto, A.A (2004) “Domestic Violence among Middle Class in Edo and Delta states” in Thomas,I.M., Erinosho, Layi and Orenuga, Funso (eds.) Domestic Violence among Middle Class Nigerians. Lagos: Inter-African Committee on Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of Women and Children.
Aderinto, A.A. (2009) “Children in Street Trading in Nigeria” in Hindman, H.D (Ed) The World of Child Labor: An Historical and Regional Survey. New York: M.E. Sharpe Inc. Pp 229-230
Odoma, S and Aderinto, A.A. ( 2012) “ Democratic Nigeria and the Volatile Security Sector” in Albert I.O. (Ed) A History of Social Conflict and Conflict Management in Nigeria Ibadan: Institute of African Studies/ John Archers Limited
Aderinto, A.A. and Tade, O (2012) “Culture, Deviance and Social Control in Nigeria” in Jegede, A.S. et al (Eds) Peoples & Cultures of Nigeria. Ibadan: Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan.
Aderinto, A.A. and Tade, O (2012) “Peoples and Culture of Nigeria in a Globalized World: Are there truly Unique Nigerian Peoples and Culture?” in Jegede, A.S. et al (Eds) Peoples & Cultures of Nigeria. Ibadan: Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan.
Olorunnisola, O, Babalola, B and Aderinto, A ( Eds) ( 2012) “ Contemporary Issues in Sustainable Development” Volume iv Ibadan: Postgraduate School, University of Ibadan.
Aborisade, R. and Aderinto, A.A. (2012) “Human Trafficking in Nigeria: Globalization and Transnational Immorality, 1985-2010” in Saheed Aderinto and Paul Osifodunrin ( Eds) The Third Wave of Historical Scholarship in Nigeria: Essays in honor of Ayodeji Olukoju. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Aborisade, R. and Aderinto, A.A. (2013) “Trafficking for Sex Work and Social Rehabilitation of Commercial Sex Workers in Edo and Lagos States, Nigeria” in Toyin Falola and Bridget Teboh ( Eds) The Power of Gender and The Gender of Power: Women’s Labor, Rights, and Responsibilities in Africa. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press.
Olorunnisola, O, Babalola, O, Aderinto, A and Alarape, A.I. ( Eds) ( 2013) “ African Culture and Identity” Volume 1 Ibadan: Postgraduate School, University of Ibadan.
Aderinto, A.A. (Ed, 2014) " Deviance and Social Control: An African Perspective" Ibadan: Ibadan University Press
Aderinto, A.A. and Ojedokun, A.U ( 2014) " Deviance: An Introduction" in Aderinto, A.A. (Ed, 2014) Deviance and Social Control: An African Perspective. Ibadan: Ibadan University Press
Ojedokun, A.U and Aderinto, A.A. ( 2014) " Police and Social Control " in Aderinto, A.A. (Ed, 2014) Deviance and Social Control: An African Perspective Ibadan: Ibadan University Press
Aderinto, A.A; Adediran, O and Alarape, A.I. ( Eds, 2015) Higher Education and National Development. Ibadan: Ibadan University Press.
Aderinto, A.A. ( 2017) “ Surviving on the Streets: Street Begging, Street Trading and Street Children” in Omololu Soyombo ( Ed) Contemporary Social Problems in Nigeria. Lagos: University of Lagos Press and Bookshop Ltd.
TECHNICAL REPORTS AND MONOGRAPHS
Erinosho, L.; Odejide, O. A.; Akinkoye, O. and Aderinto, Y. (eds, 1995) Reflections on Social Sciences in Health in Nigeria. Abeokuta; Centre for Health Research.
Aderinto, A. A. (1998) Baseline Assessment Survey on Integrated Health Care Services Programme in Osun State. Report Submitted to the MacArthur Foundation Chicago, U.S.A. 61 pages.
Adewumi, F. and Aderinto, A. (1998) Economic Incentives/Disincentives for the Reduction of Family Size in Ondo State, Nigeria. 58 pages. Report submitted to the World Bank/NISER Population Research Fund
Adewumi, F. and Aderinto A. (1998) Economic Incentives/Disincentives for the Reduction of Family Size in Ogun State, Nigeria. 70 pages. Report submitted to the World Bank/NISER Population Research Fund
Aderinto, A. A. (2004). Baseline survey: UNFPA Fifth Country Programme of Assistance to Ogun State – Report of the Qualitative study on Reproductive Health. 50 pages.
Manhart,A, Osibanjo,O.O, Aderinto,A, and Prakash, S ( 2011) “ Informal e-waste management in Lagos, Nigeria-Socio-economic impacts and feasibility of international recycling co-operation” Final report of component 3 of the UNEP SBC E-waste Africa Project.
MAJOR CONFERENCES ATTENDED WITH PAPERS READ:
Conference organised by the Psychological Study of Women’s Network, Ibadan May, 1994
Paper read: Incidence and Causes of Run-Away Behaviour among Adolescent Girls in Lagos metropolis.
Report Workshop of the Social Science Council of Nigeria, Jos, July, 1995.
Joint Paper read: Student Unrest and University Governance in Nigeria: Causes, Patterns, Impacts and Prognosis.
Annual conference of the Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association, Ijebu-Igbo, November, 1996.
Paper read: Social and Economic Characteristics of Criminals in Agodi Prison in Oyo State.
Society of Gynaecologist and Obstetrician of Nigeria Conference, Ibadan, November, 1996.
Joint paper read: Sexual Behaviour of Husbands during their Wives’ pregnancy and after Childbirth.
International Conference on Women in the Rural Environment Jointly organised by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Lagos and the Goethe Institute, Lagos, 23 – 26 June, 1997
Paper read: Women in the Rural Environment: a Case of Women of Ajaara Village, Oyo State
The Nigerian Reproductive Course, International Institute for Tropical Agriculture, June, 1998.
Paper read: Harmful Traditional Practices.
14th World Congress of Sociology, Montreal, Canada. July 26 – August 1, 1998
Paper read: The-Girl-Child Situation in South-Western Nigeria: A Critical Assessment
Sub-Regional (West Africa) Seminar on child Labour organised by the Africa Regional Labour Administration Centre, Harare, Zimbabwe in Accra, Ghana May 17 – 21, 1999.
Papers read: (i) The Nature and Extent of Child Labour in West Africa
(ii) Socio-Economic analysis of Child Labour in West Africa.
Third African Population Conference organised by the Union of Africa Population Studies, Durban, South Africa, December 4 – 11, 1999.
Paper read: Social Correlates and Survival Mechanisms of Street children: A Comparative Study of Street and Non-Street Children in South Western Nigeria.
Annual Congress of the South African Sociological Association, University of South Africa, Sunnyside Campus, Pretoria, South Africa. July 1 – 4, 2001.
Paper read: The Status of the Girl-child in Soweto, South Africa.
Annual Congress of the South African Sociological Association, Rhodes University, East London Campus, South Africa, June 28 – July 4, 2002
Paper read: Rites and Widowhood Rights in South-Western Nigeria.
Fourth African Population Conference, Tunis, Tunisia, December 8-12, 2003.
Papers read: (1) Reproductive Behavior and Problems of Street Children in Ibadan, Nigeria
(2) Child Labor, Poverty and Sexual Abuse of the Girl-Child in Ibadan, Nigeria: Evidence from Qualitative Data.
Second Inter-faith forum, Abuja, Nigeria, May 21-23, 2005
Paper read: The involvement of Faith Based Organisations in HIV/AIDS prevention activities: Taking stock.
XVI World Congress of Sociology, Durban, South Africa, July 23 – July 29, 2006
Paper read: Communication and Decision Making in the Family: A study of three Socio-cultural Groups in Nigeria.
Inaugural Congress of the African Sociological Association, Grahamstown, South Africa, July 24 – 27, 2007.
National Conference of the Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association, September 26-27, 2007.
Joint Paper Read: Internet Services and Social Order in Nigeria.
Fifth African Population Conference organised by the Union of Africa Population Studies, Arusha, Tanzania, December 10 -14, 2007.
Paper read: Domestic Violence against Women in Nigeria: An investigation in Delta states and Edo
National Workshop on Cultural rejuvenation for National Integration and Sustainable Development, Lagos, April 17-18, 2008
Joint Paper Read: Traditional Socio-cultural systems as Models for Stability and Security in Societies.
National Workshop on Ten Years of Democracy in Nigeria organized by the Islamic Network for Africa, Lagos, Nigeria, June 23-25, 2009
Joint Paper read: Democratic Process and Security Challenges in Nigeria since 1999.
International Workshop on Alternative Dispute Resolution as an Antidote to Conflict Resolution in Nigeria organized by the Organization for Research of World Peace, Lagos, Nigeria, October 21-22, 2009
Joint Paper read: Crisis of Governance and Urban Violence in Nigeria
Annual Conference of the Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association, Ilorin, Nigeria, August 2011
Annual Conference of the South African Sociological Association, Cape Town, South Africa, July 1-4, 2012
Joint Paper read: Gender and the Demand for Domestic Servants in South West, Nigeria
Faculty of the Social Sciences, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka International conference, Awka, Anambra State, December 3-6, 2015
Keynote Address Delivered: Psychological, Social and Cultural Imperatives of Corruption in Developing Economies
Faculty of Financial Management Science & Faculty of Business and Communication Studies, Oke-Ogun Polytechnic, Saki National Conference, January 27-28, 2016
Keynote Address Delivered: Technological Education and National Development
Alexander Von Humboldt Conference, Ibadan, February 10-13, 2016
Paper Delivered: Research and Academia
10th WARIMA conference, MRC, Banjul, The Gambia, December 12-15, 2016
The Sustainable Development Goals Center for Africa's Conference on Mobilizing African Intellectuals Towards Quality Tertiary Education, kigali, Rwanda, July 5th - 6th, 2017
Selected Consultancy Experience
Consultant, Baseline Survey: UNFPA 5th Country Programme of Assistance to Ogun State.
Consultant, National Action Committee on AIDS, Abuja.
Socio-economic consultant, Environmental Impact Assessment of OML 53 Exploratory drilling programme, 1999.
Socio-economic consultant, Environmental Impact Assessment of ABA PHASE II Gas Project, 1999.
Socio-economic consultant, Environmental Impact Assessment for the site preparation Activities of the Escravos Gas-To-Liquid project, 1998.
Socio-economic consultant, Environmental Basement study of tar-sand areas of Ondo State, 1998.
Socio-economic consultant, Environmental Impact Assessment of Cassava processing factory at Umuchem, Rivers States, 1991.
Consultant, Social Accountability Framework, the World Bank, 2010
Consultant, UNAIDS HIV/AIDS Information Needs Assessment, 2011