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Akinpelu Olanrewaju OLUTAYO

Professor, Sociology of Development

B.Sc., M.Sc. Sociology; Ph.D Sociology of Development (Ibadan)

 

 

Prof. Olutayo is a Professor of Sociology of Development. He graduated from the Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan in 1983 and subsequently got Masters and PhD degrees in 1986 and 1991 respectively, specializing in the area of Sociology of Development. He was a visiting Lecturer to the University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana and University of Botswana, Botswana. An eminent scholar, he has published extensively in his area of specialization.

 

RESEARCH INTEREST

Sociology of Development; Rural Sociology

 

CONTACT ADDRESS:

Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

[email protected]

 

HONOURS AND DISTINCTION

Institute for French Research in Africa, Nairobi, Kenya                  

Awardee, Senate Research Grant of the University of Ibadan

Visiting Scholar, University of Ghana, Legon, Accra                       

Awardee, Senate Research Grant of the University of Ibadan

Fellow, Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Ibadan

Member, Editorial Board of the Ibadan Journal of the Social Sciences, July 2011-2013

Editor, Ibadan Journal of the Social Sciences, Faculty of the Social Sciences Journal 2013-2014

Editor, Ibadan Journal of Sociology, 2015 to date

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

Books

 

  1. Agbonlahor, F.I. and A.O. Olutayo (eds.) (1995) Issues and Perspectives in Sociology (Ibadan: Sam Bookman)

 

  1. Shoremi, M. O.; Edewor, P. A. and Olutayo, A. O. (1999) (eds) The Science of Society: A Sociological Introduction. (Ago Iwoye: Centre for Sandwich Programme, Ogun State University)

 

  1. Ogundiya, S.I, Olutayo, O.A. and Amzat, J. (eds.) (2009) A Decade of Re-Democratization in Nigeria 1999-2009 (Sokoto: Department of Political Science, Usman Dan Fodio University)

 

  1. Olutayo, O.A, Ogundiya, S.I and Amzat, J (eds.) (2009) State and Civil Society Relations in Nigeria (Ibadan: Hope Publications)

 

  1. A.S. Jegede, O.A. Olutayo, O.O.Omololu & B.E. Owumi (eds.) (2012) Peoples and Cultures of Nigeria (Ibadan: Department of Sociology, Faculty of the Social Sciences)

 

  1. Olutayo, A.O and Akanle, Olayinka (2013) Sociological Theory for African Students (Ibadan: University of Ibadan Press)

 

  1. Olutayo, A.O, Omobowale, A.O and Olayinka Akanle (2015) Contemporary Development Issues in Nigeria (UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing)

 

 

  1. Olutayo, A.O. and Adeniran, A.I (2015) (eds.) Regional Economic Communities: Exploring the Process of Socio-economic Integration in Africa (Dakar: CODESRIA)

                                                                                                                         

 

Monograph

  1. Olutayo, A.O. (2009) The Irony of Knowledge in Africa’s Development Monograph No. 5, Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan

10)       Aiyede, E., Sha, P., Haruna, B., Olutayo, A., Ogunkola, E. and Best, E. (2015) The Political Economy of Social Protection Policy Uptake in Nigeria. Partnership for African Social and Governance Research Working Paper No. 002, Nairobi, Kenya

 

 

 

Conference Proceedings

11) Olutayo, A.O (1995) ‘Education: Structure and Society: A Consideration of the Implications of State take-over of existing Federal Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria’ Proceedings of the Conference on the 1995 Nigerian Draft Constitution pp. 100-105

 

 

Chapters in Books

 

12) Olutayo, A. O. (1993) ‘Primary Health Care: The grassroots’ means to minimal Health Care: How Realistic?’ in Oke, E. A. and Owumi, B. E. (eds) Primary Health Care in Nigeria: The State of the Art (Ibadan: Department of Sociology) pp. 21-25

 

13)    Olutayo, A. O. (1994) “Poverty as a Barrier to Democracy: The Case of Nigeria’, in Thompson, L. A. (ed.) Democracy, Democratization and Africa (Ibadan: Africa Link) pp. 205-210

 

14)  Olutayo, A. O. (1994) ‘Youth in Urban Violence’, in Albert, I. O. et at (eds) Urban Management and Urban Violence, Vol. 2 (Ibadan: IFRA), pp. 191-199.

 

15) Olutayo, A.O. (1995) ‘Community and Social Change’ in Agbonlahor, F.I. and A.O. Olutayo (eds.) (1995) Issues and Perspectives in Sociology (Ibadan: Sam Bookman) pp.105-115.

 

16) Olutayo, A. O. (1996) ‘Age and Aging Process in Nigeria’, in Oke, E. A. and Owumi, B.E. (ed) Readings in Medical Sociology (Ibadan: Resource Development and Management Services Books) Pp. 72-84

 

17) Olutayo, A. O. and Agbonlahor, F. I. (1996) ‘The National Question and Underdevelopment in Nigeria’, in Onwuka, E. C. and Iyoha, F. E. (ed.) Administering Development in the Third World: Theory, Practice and Constraints (Lagos: Stirling-Horen Publishers) pp. 115-234

 

18)  Olutayo, A. O. (1997) “Military socialization and Coups: A Theoretical Proposition in Occupational Hazards’ in Adewumi, F. and Omololu, O. O. (eds) Death By Installment: Occupational Health and Hazards in Nigeria (Lagos: Friedrich Ebert Foundation) Pp. 39-48

 

19) Olutayo, A. O. (1996) ‘Poverty’ in Dare O. O. et al Status of Adolescents and Young Adults (Ibadan: Centre for Health Sciences, Training and Development) pp. 97-110

 

 20)  Olutayo Lanre (1999) ‘Work, Nature of Work and Alienation/ Absenteeism’ in Balogun S.K. and Obasan K.A. (eds) Understanding Organizational Behaviour: a Socio-Psychological Perspective (Ago-Iwoye: Centre for Sandwich Programmes, Ogun State University) pp 273-289

 

21)   Olutayo, A. O. (1999) ‘Gender, Society and Development’, in Shoremi, M. O.; Edewor, P. A. and Olutayo, A. O. (1999) (eds) The Science of Society: A Sociological Introduction. (Ago Iwoye: Centre for Sandwich Programme, Ogun State University)

 

22)    Olutayo, Lanre (2000) ‘Violence Against Women in Africa: The case of Nigeria’, in Odumosu, T (et al) Social Problems and Social Work in Nigeria (Lagos State University: Centre for Planning Studies pp68-76

 

23)  Olutayo, A. O. (2001) ‘The subject matter and scope of Sociology’ in C. O. Ikporukpo (ed) Government, Society and Economy (Ibadan: Faculty of the Social Sciences) pp138-149

                                                                                                                                          

24)  Aderinto, A.A., Olutayo A.O. and Obemeata A.A (2001) ‘The Nigerian Society’ in Ikporukpo, C.O. (ed) Government, Society and Economy: An Introduction to the Social Sciences (Ibadan: Faculty of the Social Sciences, University of Ibadan) pp167-180

 

25)  Olutayo A.O (2002) ‘Educational Institutions’ in Shoremi, M.O. and Oyekunle, A.A. (eds) The Social Structure of Contemporary African Societies (Ibadan: Kraft Books Limited) pp 81-91

 

26) Olutayo, A. O. (2002) “The Concept of Mode of Production in the Analysis of Development” in Isiugo-Abanihe, U.C., et.al Currents and Perspectives in Sociology (Lagos: Malthouse Press Limited)

 

27) Olutayo, A. O. and Bankole, A. O. (2002) ‘The Concept of Development in Historical Perspective’ in Isiugo-Abanihe, U.C. et.al Currents and Perspective in Sociology (Lagos: Malthouse Press Limited)

 

28) Olutayo, L. (2006) ‘NEEDS and the Social Charter in Nigeria’ in Ariyo, A., Odusola, A. and Ayonrinde, F. (eds.) NEEDS and Nigeria’s Sustainable Development (Ibadan: The Centre for Public-Private Cooperation) pp. 43-61.

 

29) Olutayo A.O. and Omobowale A.O. (2007) ‘Production, Processing and Marketing of Export Crops for Rural Development: The Case of Cocoa in Nigeria’ in K. Wohlmuth, C. Eboue, A. Gutowski, A. Jerome, T. Knedlik, M. Meyn & T. Mama (eds.) African Development Perspectives Yearbook 2007 Berlin: Lit Verlag Vol. 12 pp 295-316. (Germany)

 

30) Olutayo, A.O. and E.A. Fayankinnu (2007) 'Classical and Contemporary Categories of Participatory Learning Appraisal' in Simi Afonja (ed) Beyond Our Imaginations: Africa Women's Realities (Ibadan: Spectrum Books).

 

31) Olutayo, L and Abisoye, T. (2009) “Political Participation and Accountability: An Appraisal of Some Salient Democratic Tenents in Oyo State, Nigeria in Ogundiya, S.I, Olutayo, O.A. and Amzat, J. (eds) A Decade of Re-Democratization in Nigeria 1999-2009 (Sokoto: Department of Political Science, Usman Dan Fodio University) pp. 21-39

                                                                                     

32) Olutayo, M.A. and Olutayo, A.O. (2009) “The Publics and Democratization in Nigeria” Ogundiya, S.I, Olutayo, O.A. and Amzat, J. (eds) A Decade of Re-Democratization in Nigeria 1999-2009 (Sokoto: Department of Political Science, Usman Dan Fodio University) pp. 40-50.

 

33) Lanre Olutayo and Seun Olutayo (2009) ‘Theorizing State and Civil Society in Africa’ Olutayo, O.A, Ogundiya, S.I and Amzat, J (eds.) State and Civil Society Relations in Nigeria (Ibadan: Hope Publications) pp.11-23

 

 

34) Olutayo, A.O (2009) ‘Social Construction of Statehood in Nigeria’ Olutayo, O.A, Ogundiya, S.I and Amzat, J (eds.) State and Civil Society Relations in Nigeria (Ibadan: Hope Publications) pp.70-84

 

35) Lanre Olutayo (2010) ‘Engendering rural development through indigenous production relations in Africa’ in Lindy Heinecken and Heidi Prozesky (eds.) Society in Focus – Change, Challenge, and Resistance: Reflections from South Africa and Beyond (UK; Cambridge Scholars Publishing) pp. 106-119.

 

36) Olutayo A.O and Akanle O. 2011 ‘Fighting poverty war: Non-Governmental Organisations and the challenge of poverty eradication in Nigeria’. In M. Alicia, P. Okuro and S. Ong’wen (eds.) Strategies against Poverty: Designs from the North and Alternatives from the South. Pp.219-244

 

37) Omobowale, A.O, Ugbem, C.E and Olutayo, A.O (2012) ‘Identity and social structure’ in A.S. Jegede, O.A. Olutayo, O.O.Omololu & B.E. Owumi (eds.) (2012) Peoples and Cultures of Nigeria (Ibadan: Department of Sociology, Faculty of the Social Sciences) pp. 171-179

 

38) Olutayo, A.O and Akanle Olayinka (2012) ‘Theorizing Peoples and Culture’ in A.S. Jegede, O.A. Olutayo, O.O.Omololu & B.E. Owumi (eds.) (2012) Peoples and Cultures of Nigeria (Ibadan: Department of Sociology, Faculty of the Social Sciences) pp.11-20

 

39) Olutayo, .O and Yusuff O. S (2012) ‘The Family’ in A.S. Jegede, O.A. Olutayo, O.O.Omololu & B.E. Owumi (eds.) (2012) Peoples and Cultures of Nigeria (Ibadan: Department of Sociology, Faculty of the Social Sciences) pp. 122-135

 

40)  Omobowale, A.O. and Olutayo, A.O. (2012) “Culture and Development” in S.C. Madubuike (ed.) Ethnography of Culture and Civilization in Africa Ibadan: Agbo Areo Publishers pp. 59-79 (Nigeria)

 

 41) Olutayo, A.O and Afolayan, Shina (2013) ‘Social Thought and Social Theory: The Need to Recognise the Former in the Latter’ in Olutayo, A.O and Akanle Olayinka (eds.) Socialogical Theory for African Students (Ibadan: Ibadan university Press) pp.1-14

                                                                                                                        

42) Akanle, Olayinka and Olutayo, A.O (2013) ‘The Macro-Sociological Theories’ in Olutayo, A.O and Akanle Olayinka (eds.) Sociological Theory for African Students (Ibadan:Ibadan University Press) pp.25-69

                                                                     

43) O.A. Olutayo (2013) ‘Introduction to social science inquiry’ in Dejo A. Abdulrahman, Ilufoye S. Ogundiya and Sulaiman Y. Kura (eds.) Research Methodology & Grantsmanship (Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto) pp.68-95

 

44) A.O.Olutayo and Olayinka Akanle (2014) ‘The African Family System in Historical and Contemporary Times’ Osuntokun, A et al (eds) African Peoples, Culture and Civilization (Osun state, Nigeria: The Directorate of General Studies Programme), pp.65-75

 

45) Olutayo, A.O. and Adeniran, A.I (2015) ‘Introduction’, in Olutayo, A.O. and Adeniran, A.I (eds.) Regional Economic Communities: Exploring the Process of Socio-economic Integration in Africa (Dakar: CODESRIA) pp.1-6

 

46) Olutayo, A.O. and Adeniran, A.I (2015) ‘Regional Networking and Identity integration in West Africa: Case Study of Ejigbo-Yoruba in Cote d’Ivoire’, in Olutayo, A.O. and Adeniran, A.I (eds.) Regional Economic Communities: Exploring the Process of Socio-economic Integration in Africa (Dakar: CODESRIA) pp.79-92

 

47) Olutayo, A.O., Olayinka Akanle and Molatokunbo A.Olutayo (2015) ‘From State Back to the State: lessons for ECOWAS Countries’, in Olutayo, A.O. and Adeniran, A.I (eds.) Regional Economic Communities: Exploring the Process of Socio-economic Integration in Africa (Dakar: CODESRIA) pp.111-122

 

 

Articles in learned journals

 

48) Olutayo, A. O. (1994) ‘Systemic Source of Working Children in Africa: The case of Nigeria’, Childhood Journal, Munksgaard, Oslo, Norway, Vol. 4, pp. 207-211 (Norway).

 

 49) Olutayo, A. O. (1996) ‘Poverty and Unionism: The Dilemma of Political Participation in Nigeria’, African Journal for the Psychological study of social Issues, Vol. 3, No. 1 pp. 77-90 (Nigeria)

 

50) Olutayo, A.O. (1996) “Violent Adolescents: A Consideration of Some Predisposing Factors to Violent Protest in Nigeria” African Notes Vol. 20 Nos 1&2 pp. 49-54.

 

51) Olutayo, A. O. (1997) ‘Adolescent Female Prostitution: The Case of a Nigerian University’, Journal of Health and Social Issues, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1997

 

52) Olutayo, A. O. and Okunola, R. A. (1998) ‘Youth and Crime: A Study of Rural Hybrids in Ogun State, Nigeria’, Journal of the Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association, Vol. 1, No. 1, October

53)  Olutayo, A. O. (1999) “History, Culture, Social Structure and Entrepreneurship in the Political Economy of Nigeria”, African Journal for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Vol. 4, Number 1, April, pp. 13-24

 

54) Olutayo, A. O. (1999) ‘ The Igbo Entrepreneur in the Political Economy of Nigeria’, African Study Monographs, 20(3): pp. 147-174, September (Japan).

 

55) Obiechina A.E and A.O. Olutayo (2000) ‘Attitude to Facial Marks in South Western Nigeria’, Odonto-Stomatologie Tropicate No 91 pp23-26. (France)

 

56) Olutayo Lanre (2001-2002) ‘The Contributions of Ralf Dahrendorf to Sociological Discourse’ Ibadan Journal of Humanistic Studies Nos 11 & 12 pp 27-44

 

57)  Olutayo Lanre (2003) ‘History, Science and the Dilemma of Sociology in Africa’ The Nigerian Social Scientist Vol. 6 no 1 pp 29-30 March

 

58) Salami K.K., Brieger W.R & Olutayo Lanre (2003) ‘Stress and Coping among Mothers of Twins in Rural South Western Nigeria’ Twins Research Vol 6 No 1 pp 1-7 February (Australia)

 

59) Olutayo, A.O. (2004) ‘History, Science and the Dilemma of Contemporary Sociology and Development’ African Journal for the Psychological Study of Social Sciences Vol 7 Nos. 1&2 pp1-13

 

60) Omobowale, A.O. and Olutayo, A.O. (2005) ‘Globalization, Governance and Armed Conflict in Africa’ African Journal for the Psychological Study of Social Sciences Vol 8 No 1 pp 58-72

 

61)  Olutayo  A.O. and A.O Omobowale (2005) ‘Globalization, Democracy and the New Partnership for Africa’ African Journal for the Psychological Study of Social Sciences Vol 8 No 2 pp 228-242

 

62) Olutayo, A. O. (2005) ‘Women in Informal Long-distance Trade: The Family and the Rural Urban Market Nexus in Southwestern Nigeria’, Ibadan Social Science Journal Vol. 3 No.2 pp. 67-78

 

63) Balogun, S.K. and Olutayo A.O. (2005/2006) ‘Globalization and the African Family System’  Psychopathologie Africaine   Vol. XXXIII No 1 pp 77-92. (Germany)

 

64) Olutayo, A. O. and Omobowale, A. O. (2006) ‘The Youth and the Family in Transition in Nigeria’ Review of Sociology, Vol. 11, pp.1-11 (Hungary)

 

65) Olutayo A.O. (2006) ‘Rural Social Relations and Africa’s Development’ Ilorin Journal of Sociology Vol. 2 No. 1 pp. 1-14

 

66) Omobowale A.O. and Olutayo A.O. (2007) ‘Chief Lamidi Adedibu and Patronage Politics in Nigeria’ Journal of Modern African Studies Vol. 45, No. 3 pp. 425-446 (Great Britain)

 

67) Olutayo, A.O. and Omobowale, A.O. (2007) ‘Capitalism, Globalization and the Underdevelopment Process in Africa: History in Perpetuity’ Africa Development Vol. XXXII No. 2 pp. 97-112. (Senegal)

 

68) Olutayo, A.O. and Akanle, O. (2007) “Modernization, MacDonalization and Family Values in Nigeria” Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, Vol.5, pp. 53-72

 

69) Olutayo A.O., Olutayo M.A.O. and Omobowale A.O.(2008) ‘‘Tina’, Aids, And The Underdevelopment Problem In Africa’ Revista de Economia Politica: Brazilian Journal of Political Economy Vol. 28 No. 2 (Brazil), pp.239-248

 

70) Mohammed, E.D. and Olutayo. Lanre. A (2008) ‘Assessment of Participation in Conception and Adoption Response to UNDP Aquaculture Projects in Lagos State Nigeria’ Journal of Agricultural Technology Vol. 4 No. 1 (Bangladesh), pp.27-36

 

71) Olutayo, A.O. (2008) “Social construction in the Creation of Periphery in Africa” African Symposium Vol. 8 No. 2 pp. 149-158.

 

72)  Olutayo, A.O. (2008) “Politics, Received Knowledge and the Subordination of indigenous Creativity” Journal of Sociology and Anthropology Vol. 6 (Nigeria), pp.37-52

 

73) Omobowale, A.O. and Olutayo, A.O. (2009) ‘’Social Capital and Human Development in Nigeria: the Case of Lalupon Community, Ibadan, Oyo State” African Identities Vol. 7 No. 1 pp. 71-82. (Australia)

 

74)  Olutayo, A.O. and Akanle, O. (2009) ‘Fast Food in Ibadan: An Emerging Consumption Pattern Africa Vol. 79 No. 2 (United Kingdom) pp.207-227

 

75)   Olutayo, A.O, Omobowale, A.O and Amzat, A (2009) ‘Privatization and the social value of water in Africa’ Human Affairs, Vol. 19, pp.311-319 (Slovakia)

                       

76)   Obasi, I.N and Olutayo, A.O (2009) ‘Globalization, the Bologna Process and African Universities: Limits and Contradictions of Market-oriented Higher Education Reforms’ Journal of Higher Education in Africa, Vol. 7, Nos. 1&2, pp. 159-187 (Dakar: CODESRIA)

 

77)     Olutayo, A.O. (2009) ‘Infrastructure and Development: Cataclysms in Africa? The Case of Fadama Farming in Nigeria’, Ibadan Journal of the Social Sciences (Nigeria) Vol.7, no.1, pp. 69-83.

78)   Akanle, O. and Olutayo, A.O. (2009) ‘Emancipating Remittance Discourse: A Look at Extra-financial remittance in Nigeria’, Global Development Studies: International Development Options. 5. 3-4. Pp. 189-212. (United States of America).

 

79) Enaikele, M.D, Olutayo, A.O and Aluko, T.K.O (2009) ‘France Diplomacy and Conspiratorial Role in Nigeria-Cameroun Border Dispute’ The Nigerian Army Quarterly Journal Vol.5, No.2, April, pp.228-244

 

80) Enaikele, M.D and Olutayo, A.O (2009) ‘Assessment of extension support given to externally driven UNDP aquaculture projects in Lagos state, Nigeria’ Journal of Agriculture and Social Research, Vol.9, No.1, pp.98-104

                                                                                               

81)  Olutayo, A.O. (2010) ‘Education Infrastructure and Unsustainable Development’ Human Affairs, Vol. 20, No.2. June (Slovakia), pp. 183-198

 

82)   Obasi, I.N and Olutayo, A.O (2010) ‘Impact of Bologna Process in Africa’ IAU Horizons, Vol.16, No.2 Sept. pp. 20-24

 

83)  Omobowale, A.O and Olutayo, A.O (2010) ‘The sanctity of the ‘white skin’ in Yoruba belief system’ Journal of Environment and Culture, Vol.6, Nos. 1and 2, pp.112-122.

 

84)  Akanle, O. and Olutayo, A.O. (2010). Globalization and Development Nexus:     Nigeria Entangled. Mambayya House Journal of Democratic Studies. Vol. 2. Pp. 18-39. (Nigeria).

 

85) Ayokunle Olumuyiwa Omobowale and Akinpelu Olanrewaju Olutayo (2010)     ‘Political Clientelism and Rural Development in South-western Nigeria’ Africa, Vol.  80, No. 3, pp. 453-472

 

86) Enaikele, M.D and Olutayo, A.O (2010) ‘Explorative analysis of the effect of inland fisheries decree on sustainable exploitation of inland fisheries in Lagos state, Nigeria’ Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development Vol. 2(8), pp.154-160

 

87) Enaikele, M.D, Okekunle, A.A and Olutayo, A.O (2011) ‘Climate change and global warming: mainstreaming the implication for poverty in Nigeria’ Journal of Applied Research, Vol.3, No.1, pp.1-9

                                                                                                                  

88) Olutayo, A.O and Omobowale, A.O (2011) ‘Public Service Reforms and the Nigerian Telecommunications (NITEL) PLC’ Development and Society, Vol.40, No.2, pp. 335-349 Dec.

 

 89) Akanle, O. and Olutayo, A.O. 2011. ‘Governance, Social Construction of Ideals and Development in Nigeria’. International Journal of Management Science. 3. (6). Pp. 153-160. (Ghana)

 

90) Olutayo, A.O, Olayinka Akanle and Fadina, O.A (2011) ‘Aso-oke (Hand woven               Textiles) of Southwestern Nigeria: A Compact Examination of a Resilient Artifact’ American Journal of Sociological Research Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 9-17

 

91) Enaikele, M.D and Olutayo, A.O (2011) ‘Human Trafficking in Nigeria: Implication for Human Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) Pandemic’ International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology Vol.3, No.11, pp.416-422

 

92) Olayinka Akanle and Olanrewaju Akinpelu Olutayo (2011) ‘Kinship construction variability among Nigerian International migrants: The context of contemporary diaspora’ Human Affairs, Vol.21, No.4 pp. 470-480

 

93) Akanle, Olayinka and Olutayo, A.O (2012) ‘Ethnography of kinship constructions among International Returnees in Nigeria: Proverbs as the Horses of Words’ Journal of Anthropological Research, Vol.68, No.2, pp.249-271

 

94) Olayinka Akanle and A.O. Olutayo (2012) ‘Gender and poverty eradication in Nigeria: Women’s right the missing link’ East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, Vol.18, No.1, June, pp.227-241

 

95) Olutayo, A.O, Akanle, O and Alliyu, N.A (2012) ‘Ethnography of development planning in Southwestern Nigeria: The case of Ogere’ The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, Vol.10, June, pp.72-88

 

96) Olayinka Akanle and Olutayo, A.O (2012) ‘Methodological pathways to kinship networks and international return migration’ International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, Vol.4, No. 10, pp.296-302

 

97) Olutayo, A.O and Yusuff, S.O (2012) ‘Women’s access to Entrepreneurial Resources in Informal Economy: A qualitative Analysis of Yoruba Women Textile Traders’ Access to Entrepreneurial Resources at Balogun Market, Lagos, South-Western Nigeria’ Economic Insights- Trends and Challenges Vol. lxiv, No. 2, pp.30-43

 

98) Akinpelu Olanrewaju Olutayo, Olusegun Fariudeen Liadi and Godwin Etta Odok (2013) ‘Knowledge Production and Domesticating Social Science Textbooks in Nigeria’ International Journal of Sociology, Vol. 43, No.1, pp. 55-67

                                                

99) Olutayo, O.A. (2014) 'Verstehen', everyday sociology and development: Incorporating African indigenous knowledge" Critical Sociology vol.40, No.2, pp. 229-238

 

100) Olayinka Akanle, A.O.Olutayo and Kudus Adebayo (2014) ‘Code of ethics and Public morality in Nigeria: A Development Praxis’ Ibadan Journal of the Social Sciences, Vol.12, No.2, September pp.95-107

 

101) Ugbem, E.U, Omobowale, A.O, and Olutayo, A.O. (2014) ‘Agba Performance and Igede Nationalism in North-Central Nigeria’ Journal of Environment and Culture, Vol.11, Number 1, June, pp.14-29

 

102) J.P.Vogel, Meghan A. Bohren, Ozge Tuncalp, Olufemi T. Oladapo, Richard M.Adanu, Mamadou Dioulde Balde, Thae Maung Maung, Bukola Fawole, Kwame Adu-Bonasaffoh, Phyllis Dako-Gyeke, Ernest Maya, Mohammed Campbell Camara, Alfa Boubacar Diallo, Safitou Diallo, Khin Thet Wai, Theingi Myint, Lanre Olutayo, Musibau Titiloye, Frank Alu, Hadiza Idris, Metin Gulmezoglu (2015) ‘How women are treated during facility-based childbirth: development and validation of measurement tools in four countries – phase 1 formative research study protocol’ Reproductive Health 12:60, pp.1-11

 

103) Meghan A.Bohren a,b,n, JoshuaP.Vogel b, ÖzgeTunçalp b, BukolaFawole c, Musibau A.Titiloye d, Akinpelu Olanrewaju Olutayo e, AgnesA.Oyeniran d, Modupe Ogunlade d, LovethMetiboba d, OlubunmiR.Osunsan d, HadizaA.Idris f, FrancisE.Alu g, OlufemiT.Oladapo b, A.MetinGülmezoglu b, MichelleJ.Hindin (2016) “By slapping their laps, the patient will know that you truly care for her”: A qualitative study on social norms and acceptability of the mistreatment of women during child birth in Abuja, Nigeria Social Science and Medicine- Population Health (2) pp.640-655

 

104) Akinpelu Olanrewaju Olutayo (2016) Democracy, Funding of Higher Education and Students’ ‘Brain Drain’ in Nigeria: Development Implications for Now and the Future Journal of Management and Social Sciences, Vol.5 (2), pp.1-14

                                                                                                                 

105) Meghan A. Bohren, Joshua P. Vogel, Özge Tunçalp, Bukola Fawole, Musibau A. Titiloye4, Akinpelu Olanrewaju Olutayo, Modupe Ogunlade, Agnes A. Oyeniran, Olubunmi R. Osunsan4, Loveth Metiboba, Hadiza A. Idris, Francis E. Alu, Olufemi T. Oladapo, A. Metin Gülmezoglu2 and Michelle J. Hindin1, (2017)  ‘Mistreatment of women during childbirth in Abuja, Nigeria: a qualitative study on perceptions and experiences of women and healthcare providers’ Reproductive Health, Vol.14:9 DOI 10.1186/s12978-016-0265-2

 

106) Olutayo, A.O., Akanle, Olayinka, Fadina, O.A. (2017) The Socio-Economic Developments of Aso-Oke of South-Western Nigeria Asian and African Studies Vol.26, Number 1, pp. 41-68

                                         

107) Liadi, O.F., Olutayo, O.A. (2017) Traditional Apprenticeship, Normative Expectations and Sustainability of Masonry Vocation in Ibadan, Nigeria. International Journal of Sociology of Education, 6(2), 186-215

 

                                                                                                                                                                    

                                                                

                                                      

Technical Reports

  1. Socio-Cultural Context of Reproductive Health and Gender Issues: A Qualitative Research Report (Abuja: UNFPA Nigeria) 2004
  2. Government Involvement and Support to Agriculture in the Middle-Belt of Nigeria (Abuja: OXFAM GB) 2004
  3. ‘Foreword’ to Assessment Report of the alternative care system for children in Nigeria (Lagos: SOS Children’s Villages)

 

 

Selected Consultancy Experiences, Honours, Distinctions and Membership of Learned Societies

Consultant to World Bank and UNDP on Poverty Alleviation Study

Consultant to Food Basket Foundation International (FBFI) on Sustainable Livelihoods

Consultant to Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry on training and group facilitation

Consultant to Youth Communication Initiative

Consultant to STATCO International

Consultant to UNFPA on Qualitative Research

Consultant to OXFAM GB on Access of Small Scale Farmers

Lecturer on the Distance Learning Programme, Master in Project Development and Implementation (MPDI).

Member, Board of Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies involving, among others, training law enforcement agencies working on security issues, conflict management and promoting internal governance of political parties, technical support and assistance to legislative assemblies at all levels of governance in Nigeria