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Olayinka AKANLE

Lecturer, Sociology of Development

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

 

Olayinka AKANLE, Ph.D., is a lecturer in the Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. He has won scholarly awards like been: a Postdoctoral Fellow at the South African Research Chair Initiative (SARChI) in Social Policy, College of Graduate Studies, University of South Africa (UNISA), South Africa; a World Social Science Fellow (WSSF) of The International Social Science Council (ISSC), Paris, France; a Laureate of Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) and; a University of Ibadan Postgraduate School Prize for scholarly publication awardee. He has published many articles internationally and he has co-edited many books. He is co-editor; Development of Africa: Issues, Diagnoses and Prognoses. Berlin: Springer (2017), Contemporary Development Issues in Nigeria. U.K: Cambridge Scholars Publishing (2015), Essentials of Sociology. Ibadan: Ibadan University Press. (2013), Sociological Theory for African Students. Ibadan: Ibadan University Press. (2013), Youths and Nigeria’s Intangible Cultural Heritage. Lagos: Human Development Initiatives (HDI) and Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization (CBAAC). (2011). He is the author of Kinship Networks and International Migration in Nigeria (2013). His research interests include: Sociology of Development and Development Studies, Social Theory, Social Policy, Sociology of Religion, Migration and Diaspora Studies, Child, Youth, Gender and the Family in Post-Colonial Africa.

 

POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH INTERESTS

Sociology of Development, Social Policy, Social/Sociological Theory, Rural and Urban Sociology, International Migration and Diaspora Studies, Family Studies and Child and Youth Studies in Post-Colonial Africa.

 

CONTACT ADDRESS:

Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

[email protected], [email protected]

Telephone: +234-8136695268

 

PUBLICATIONS/OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION

 

Prizes and Awards

  1. 2015/2016. Postdoctoral Fellow, SARChl Chair in Social Policy, College of Graduate Studies, University of South Africa (UNISA), South Africa.
  2. 2013. World Social Science Fellow (WSSF) of The International Social Science Council (ISSC), Paris, France.
  3. 2013. Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan award for staff research
  4. 2012 Laureate. Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa Council (CODESRIA) Child and Youth Institute, Youth, Social Transformation and Development in Africa. Dakar, Senegal, 22 October-09 November.
  5. 2012 University of Ibadan Postgraduate School Prize for publication

Journal Articles

 

  1. Akanle, O., Adesina, J.O. and Fakolujo, O.E. 2017. Jedijedi: Indigenous versus western knowledge of rectal haemorrhoids in Ibadan, Southwestern Nigeria. African Studies. DOI: 10.1080/00020184.2017.1372121 (United Kingdom).

 

  1. Omobowale, A.O. and Akanle O. 2017. Asuwada Epistemology and Globalised Sociology: Challenges of the South. Sociology. 51.1. Pp. 43 –59. (United Kingdom).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Jimi. O. Adesina. 2017. International Migrants’ Remittances and Kinship Networks in Nigeria: The Flip-Side Consequences. Journal of Anthropological Research. DOI: 10.1086/690609 http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/abs/10.1086/690609. (United States of America).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Jimi. O. Adesina. 2017. Remittances and Household Welfare in Nigeria. African Population Studies. 31.7. Pp. 3194-3211. (South Africa).

 

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

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Adejare, G. S. 2017. Conceptualising megacities and  megaslums in Lagos, Nigeria. Africa’s Public Service Delivery and Performance Review. 5. 1.  a155. https://doi.org/ 10.4102/apsdpr.v5i1.155. (South Africa).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Okewumi, O. P. 2017. Gender and Access to Land in Bodija Market, Nigeria. Journal of Management and Social Sciences. 6. 1. Pp. 117-130. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Fageyinbo, K. T. 2016. European Football Clubs and football betting among the youths in Nigeria. Soccer and Society. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14660970.2016.1267625 (United Kingdom).

 

  1. Akanle, O., Abebe Ejigu Alemu and Jimi. O. Adesina. 2016. The existentialities of Ethiopian and Nigerian migrants in South Africa. International Journal of African Renaissance Studies - Multi-, Inter- and Transdisciplinarity. 11.2. Pp. 139-158. (United Kingdom).

 

  1. Akanle, O., Adesina, J.O. and Nwaobiala, U.R. 2016. Turbulent but I must endure in silence: Female breadwinners and survival in Southwestern Nigeria. Journal of Asian and African Studies. Doi: 10.1177/0021909616658913. First published on July 26, 2016. (United Kingdom).

 

  1. Akanle, O., Adesina, J.O. and Uchendu Stella Chiamaka, U.R. 2016. Rural Hometown Construction among the Youth in Nigeria: Agencies of Significant Others and Media. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development. 8.3. Pp. 281–291. (United Kingdom).

 

 

 

 

  1. Akanle, O., Adesina, J.O. and Akarah, E.P. 2016. Towards human dignity and the internet: The cybercrime (yahoo yahoo) phenomenon in Nigeria. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development. 8.2. Pp. 213-220. (United Kingdom).

 

  1. Akanle, O, Jimi. O. Adesina and Ogbimi, A.O. 2016. Men at Work Keep Off: Male Roles and Household Chores in Nigeria. Gender and Behaviour. 14.3. Pp. 7833-7854. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Adesina, J.O. 2015. Corruption and the Nigerian Development Quagmire: Popular Narratives and Current Interrogations. Journal of Developing Societies. 31.4. Pp. 421-446. (United States of America).

 

  1. Akanle, O. Adesina, J.O. and O.L. Adebayo. 2015. Marijuana Smoking Among Young Institution of Higher Learning Students in Nigeria. Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology Special Edition No 3/2015: Illicit Drugs: Local and International Realities. Pp. 114-130. (South Africa).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Kolade, F.T. 2015. The Social Phenomenon of Football: Football Betting in Nigeria. Miscellanea Anthropologica et Sociologica. 16.4. Pp. 46–63. (Poland).

 

  1. Akanle, O. Adejare, G.S. and Oloyede, M.O. 2015. Ethnography of Flooding in Ibadan Metropolis, Nigeria: Agencies of Flooding in Developing Countries. Ibadan Journal of Sociology. 2. Pp. 5-31. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Busari, D.A. 2015. A Socio-legal Approach to Violence against Women in Nigeria. LASU Journal of Social Sciences. 10. Pp. 98-120. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Omobowale, A.O. Akanle, O., Adeniran, I.A. and Adegboyega, K. 2014. Peripheral Snolarship and the Context of Foreign Paid Scholarship in Nigeria. Current Sociology. 62.5. Pp. 666-684. (United States of America).

 

  1. Akanle, O. Adebayo, A.O. and Busari, D. 2014. The absentee spouse phenomenon and spousal coping strategies in Ibadan, South-western Nigeria. African Population Studies.27.2. Supp. 411-423. (South Africa).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Chukwu, C. 2014. A Cultural Anthropology of Head Porterage: Fresh Insights into Unique Markets. Himalayan Journal of Sociology and Anthropology. 6. Pp. 166-186. (Nepal).

 

  1. Akanle, O. Olutayo, A.O. and Adebayo, K. 2014. Code of Ethics and Public Morality in Nigeria: A Development Praxis. Ibadan Journal of the Social Sciences. 12.2. Pp. 95-108. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. Omotara, A.F. and Busari, D.A. 2014. Cooperative Societies in the Development Discourse of Ibadan, South-western Nigeria. The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology. 12.2. Pp. 48-65. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. Adebayo, K. Olorunlana, A. 2014. Fuel subsidy in Nigeria: contexts of governance and social protest. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy. 34.1/2, Pp.88 – 106. (United Kingdom).

 

  1. Adebayo, A.A. and Akanle, O. 2014. Gender and the Academy in Nigeria. African Journal for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. 17.1. Pp. 147-154. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Adeogun, A.O. 2014. Pentecostalism, Kinship Networks and the Elderly in Akanran Southwestern Nigeria. The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology. Special Issue on Ageing in Nigeria. 12.1. Pp. 150-162. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Doyle, E.E.H…Akanle, O…et al. 2014. Reporting on the Seminar- Risk Interpretation and Action (RIA): Decision Making Under Conditions of Uncertainty. Australian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies. 18.1. Pp. 27-37. (Australia).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Olorunlana, A. 2014. Christianity and Disability in Post-Colonial South-western Nigeria. Journal of Environment and Culture. 11.2. Pp. 30-44. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O., Omotara, A.F., and Aduku, E.B. 2013. The Trajectories of cooperative societies in Ibadan, South-Western Nigeria. Ilorin Journal of Sociology. I5.1. 97-116. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Chukwu, C. 2013. Alabaru: Head Porterage in Ibadan, Nigeria. Asian and African Studies. 22.1. Pp. 49-64. (Slovakia).
  2. Akanle, O. 2013. The Development Exceptionality of Nigeria: The Context of Political and Social Currents. Africa Today. 59.3. Pp. 31-48 (United States of America).

 

  1. Akanle,O, Yusuff, O.S., Adebayo, K.O. and Adegboyega, K. 2013.African Scholarship and Visa Challenges for Nigerian Academics. International Journal of Sociology. 43.1. Pp. 79-95. (United States of America).

 

  1. Akanle, O., Yusuff, O.S., Busari, D.A. and Adedeji, I.A. 2013. Food Importation and Agricultural Development in Nigeria: Wither Rural Development? Nigerian Journal of Rural Sociology. 13.3. Pp. 63-71. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Oladimeji, O.O. 2013. Knowledge Acquisition, ICT and The Dynamics of Mate Selection and Nigerian Youth. Sokoto Journal of the Social Sciences. 3.2. Pp. 409-424. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Owasanoye, B. 2013. A Sociological and Legal Analysis of Access to Justice and Development Interface in Nigeria. Unilag Sociological Review. X. Pp. 88-117. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. And Ejiade, O.O. 2012. Traditionalism and Household Chores in Ibadan, Nigeria. International Journal of Sociology of the Family. 38. 2. Pp. 203-224. (United States of America).

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2012a. Childhood Construction, Child Rights and Development in Nigeria: Trajectories from the Yoruba of the South-western Nigeria. African Journal for the Psychological Studies of Social Issues. 15.2. Pp. 359-379. (Nigeria).

 

 

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2012b. Kinship Support Orientations and Class Dynamics of Nigerian

                International Migrants. International Review of Modern Sociology. 38.1. Pp. 131-                153. (United States of America).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Olutayo, A.O. 2012a. Methodological pathways to kinship networks and international return migration. International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology.  4.10. Pp. 296-302. (Kenya).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Olutayo, A.O. 2012b.Ethnography of Kinship Constructions among International Returnees in Nigeria: Proverbs as the Horses of Words. Journal of Anthropological Research. 68.2. Pp. 249-272. (United States of America).

 

  1. Akanle, O. And Olutayo, A.O. 2012c.Women’s Right as the Missing Link in Poverty Eradication in Nigeria. East African Journal of Human Rights. 18.1. Pp. 227-241. (Uganda).

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2012c. The Ligaments of Culture and Development in Nigeria. International Journal of Applied Sociology. 2 (3). Pp. 16-21. (United States of America).

 

  1. Akanle, O., Ebu, C.E., and Lasisi, S.A. 2012.Trajectories of Cigarette Smoking among Commercial Bus Drivers and University Students in Nigeria. Ife PsychologIa, 20. 2. Pp. 73- 85. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Olutayo, A.O., Akanle, O. And Aliyu, N. 2012. Ethnography of Development Planning in Southwestern Nigeria: The Case of Ogere. The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology. 9. Pp. 72-87. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2011a. Post-Colonial Nation Building, Global Governance, Globalization, and Development in Nigeria and Africa. Africa Insight. 41 (3). Pp. 1-15. (South Africa).

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2011b. The Sociology of Gender Equality and Development in Democratizing Nigeria. The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology. 9. Pp. 22-36. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2011c. Kinship Socio-Economics of Nigerian International Migrants. Diaspora Studies. 4. 2. Pp. 105- 124. (United Kingdom).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Olutayo, O.A. 2011a. Kinship Construction Variability among Nigerian International Migrants: The Context of Contemporary Diaspora. Human Affairs. 21. 4. Pp. 470–480. (Germany).

 

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

 

  1. Olutayo, A.O. Akanle, O. 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. 1. (1). Pp. 9-17. (United States of America).

 

 

  1. 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).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Oladosu, O.B. 2010. Youth Restiveness and Entrepreneurial Orientations in Ijora-Badia, Lagos, Nigeria: A Development Approach. Ibadan Journal of the Social Sciences. 8.2. Pp. 112-125. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Owasanoye, B. and Akanle, O. 2010. ICTs, Freedom of Information and Privacy Rights in Nigeria: A Legal Analysis. East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights. 16. 1. Pp. 99-123. (Uganda).

 

  1. Akanle O. 2009a.Nigeria, 1993 Political and Electoral Violence. The International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest: 1500 to the Present. UK: Blackwell Publishing. (United Kingdom).

 

  1. Akanle O. 2009b.The Ife/Modakeke Conflict. The International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest: 1500 to the Present.UK: Blackwell Publishing. (United Kingdom).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Olutayo, A.O. 2009a. 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).

 

  1. Olutayo, A.O and Akanle O. 2009b. Fast food in lbadan Metropolis: Emerging Consumption Pattern. Africa. 79.2. Pp. 207-227. (United Kingdom).

 

  1. Olutayo, A.O and Akanle O. 2009c. Aso-Oke (Yoruba’s hand woven textiles) usage among the youths in Lagos, Southwestern Nigeria. International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology. 1.3. Pp. 062-069. July. (Kenya).

 

  1. Olutayo, A.O and Akanle O. 2007. Modernity, MacDonaldisation and Family Values in Nigeria. The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology. 5. Pp. 53-72. (Nigeria).

 

Chapters in Books

  1. Akanle, O. Adejare, G. S. and Ogundairo, J. A. 2017. Theoretical and Methdological Perspectives in Sociological Research. In Adetola, O., Aborisade, R. and Fasanmi, S. eds. Research Methods in Social and Management Sciences. Ibadan: Ibadan University Press. Pp. 81-108. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Adejare, G.S. 2016. Towards Understanding Gender and Sexuality: Transgender Relational Shifts in Contemporary Nigeria. In Wahab, E.O, Ajiboye, O.E. and Yusuff, O.S. eds. Essentials of Sociology: A Brief Introduction 2. Lagos: Department of Sociology, University of Lagos. Pp. 73-87. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Adejare, G.S. 2016. Culture and Conflict Management Among the Yoruba of South-Western Nigeria: A Historico-Development Approach. In Simpson, A., Abisoye, O. and Nkiko, C. eds. Cultural and Psycho-Social Perspective of Conflict Management. Lagos: Fratel Prints Services. Pp. 35-51. (Nigeria).

 

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2015. Culture, Cultural Diversity and Economic Growth in Nigeria and ECOWAS. In Koffi, S.K., Igue, J.O. and Akande, O.S. eds. Growth and Development in West Africa. ECOWAS Commission. Saarbrücken: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. Pp. 122-155. (Germany).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Omobowale, A.O. 2015. Trans-Border Banditry and Integration in the ECOWAS Region, in Olutayo, A.O. and Adeniran, I.A. eds. Regional Economic Communities: Exploring the Process of Socio-economic Integration in Africa. CODESRIA Dakar: Senegal. Pp. 101-110. (Senegal).

 

  1. Olutayo, A.O. Akanle, O.  and Olutayo, M.A.O. 2015. From State Back to the State: Lessons forECOWAS Countries, in Olutayo, A.O. and Adeniran, I.A. eds. Regional Economic Communities: Exploring the Process of Socio-economic Integration in Africa. CODESRIA Dakar: Senegal. Pp. 111- 122. (Senegal).

 

  1. Olutayo, A.O., Omobowale, A.O. and Akanle, O. 2015. Introduction, in Olutayo, A.O. Omobowale, A.O. and Akanle, O. Contemporary Development Issues in Nigeria. U.K: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (United Kingdom). Pp. 1-7. (United Kingdom).

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2015. International Migration and Development in Nigeria in Olutayo, A.O. Omobowale, A.O. and Akanle, O. Contemporary Development Issues in Nigeria. U.K: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Pp. 120-137. (United Kingdom).

 

  1.  Omobowale, A.O., Akanle, O. Adegoke, P.D. and Isaac, I.A. 2015. Political Sociology, in I.S. Ogundiya and J. Amzat. eds. Foundations of the Social Sciences Lagos: Malthouse Press Limited Pp. 173-191. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Adejare, G.S. 2015. Traditional Institutions and Leadership among the Yoruba People of Western Nigeria. In Alumona I. M. and Ezeogidi, C. C. eds. Nigerian Peoples and Culture. Nigeria:  Rhyce Kerex Publishers. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2014. Lagos state Legislature: A House of Excellence? In Ojo, E.O. and Omotola, J.S. eds. The Legislature and Governance in Nigeria. Vol. 1. Ibadan: John Archers Publishers Limited. Pp. 425-436. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O., Adebisi, S. and Busari, D.A. 2014. The Academy, Student Entrepreneurship and Industrial Development in Nigeria in Imhonopi, D.O. and Urim, U.M. eds. Trajectories of Industrial Development in Nigeria. Ota: Department of Sociology, Covenant University, Nigeria. Pp. 252-264. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Olutayo, A.O., Fadina, A.O. and Akanle, O. 2014. Science, Technology and the Development Challenge in Nigeria: The Window of Aso-Oke (Hand Woven Textile) in Olu-Owolabi, K.A. and Ekanola, A.B. eds. A Holistic Approach to Human Existence and Development. Ibadan: Department of Philosophy, University of Ibadan. Pp. 475-498. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Olutayo, A.O. and Akanle, O. 2014. The African Family System in Historical and Contemporary Times. African Peoples, Culture and Civilization. Redeemers University, Ogun state. Pp. 65-76. (Nigeria).

 

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Taiwo, P. A. 2013. Globalization and Inequality, in Aborisade, R., Omobowale, A.O. and OlayinkaAkanle. eds. Essentials of Sociology. Ibadan: Ibadan University Press. Pp. 283-294. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Adebayo, A. A. 2013. Sociology of Development, in Aborisade, R., Omobowale, A.O. and Olayinka Akanle. eds. Essentials of Sociology. Ibadan: Ibadan University Press. Pp. 395-412. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Olutayo, A.O. 2013. Macro-Sociological Theories in Olutayo, A.O. and Akanle, O. eds. Sociological Theory for African Students. Ibadan: Ibadan University Press. Pp. 25-70. (Nigeria).
  2. Akanle, O. 2012. Introduction to Development Studies in The Basics of Social Sciences. Ogundiya, I.S. and Amzat, J. eds. Sokoto: Usmanu Dan Fodio University. Pp. 45-68. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2012. The Nigerian State, in Jegede, A.S., Olutayo, A.O, Omololu, O. and Owumi, B.E. eds. Peoples and Cultures of Nigeria. Ibadan: Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan. Pp. 21-34. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Olutayo, A.O. and Akanle, O. 2012. Theorizing Peoples and Cultures, in Jegede, A.S., Olutayo, A.O, Omololu, O. and Owumi, B.E. eds. Peoples and Cultures of Nigeria. Ibadan: Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan. Pp. 11-20. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O., Olutayo, Seun and Adebayo, K. 2012. The Cultural Domains of Nigerian’s Work Ethics in Jegede, A.S., Olutayo, A.O, Omololu, O. and Owumi, B.E. eds. Peoples and Cultures of Nigeria. Ibadan: Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan. Pp. 208-218. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Olutayo, A.O., Olutayo, M.A.O. and Akanle, O. 2011. From State Back to the State: Lessons for ECOWAS Countries in Bamba, L.N., Igue, J.O. and Sylla, K. eds. Sortir Du Sous-Development: Quelles Nouvelles Pistes Pour L’afrique De L’quest? Aspect historiques, institutions et integrationregionale Tome 1. Paris: L’ Harmattan. Pp. 91-105. (France).

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2011. Nigeria Culture and Identity in a Globalized World in Owasanoye, B., Akanle, O. and Olusanya, J. eds. Youths and Nigeria’s Intangible Cultural Heritage. Lagos: Human Development Initiatives (HDI) and Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization (CBAAC). Pp. 27-41. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2011. Towards Effective and Sustainable Pan- Africanism: Pedagogical Concerns and Implications for Inclusive Participation in Babawale, T., Alao, A. and Onwumah, T. eds. Pan- Africanism and the Integration of Continental Africa and Diaspora Africa. 2.  Lagos: Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization (CBAAC). Pp. 121-142. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Olutayo, A.O. and Akanle O. 2011. Fighting the “Poverty War”: Non-Governmental              Organizations and The Challenge of Poverty Eradication in Nigeria in Mutis, A.P. and Okuro, S.O. eds. Strategies Against Poverty: Designs from the North and Alternatives from the South. Buenos Aires: CLACSCO-CROP. Pp. 245-272. (Argentina).

 

 

 

  1. Akanle O. 2010. Pentecostalism in Lagos Metropolis: Pit-falls and Possibilities for National Development. Ninalowo, A.M.A., Badru, F.A., and Akinyemi, R. eds. An Interdisciplinary Discourse on the Human Condition. Nigeria: Faculty of Social Sciences and Department of Sociology, University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria. Pp. 151-173. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2010. Case Analysis of Office of the Public Defender (OPD) Clients: 2000-2010 in Owasanoye, B. and Atsenuwa, B. eds. Public Defence in a Developing Country: Looking Behind and Beyond. Nigeria: Nigeria Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (NIALS). (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle O. 2009. Immigration Cultism and the Nigerian Migrants: Tidal dynamism in the Age of Globalization in Adebayo, A.G. and Adesina, O.C. eds. Globalisation and Transnational Migrations: African and Africa in the   contemporary Global System.UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Pp. 181- 200. (United Kingdom).

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2009. An assessment of legislative inputs in governance in Nigeria (1999-2008), in Ogundiya, I.A., Olutayo, O.A., and Amzat, J. eds. A Decade of Redemocratisation in Nigeria (1999-2009). Nigeria: UsmanuDanFodiyyoUniversity, Sokoto. Pp. 81-94. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle O. 2009. Electoral Legitimacy in Nigeria: Controversies and Prospects in Ogundiya, I.A., Olutayo, O.A., and Amzat, J. eds. A Decade of Redemocratisation in Nigeria (1999-2009). Nigeria: Usmanu Dan Fodiyyo University, Sokoto. Pp. 111-126. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle O. 2009. Caught in the morass: Road map for Civil Society Organisations in “Democratic” Nigeria in Olutayo, O.A., Ogundiya, I.A., and Amzat, J. eds. State and Civil Society    Relations in Nigeria. Nigeria: Hope Publications Limited. Pp. 221-239. (Nigeria).

 

 

Sole/Edited Books

  1. Olutayo, A.O., Omobowale, A.O. and Akanle, O. 2015. Contemporary Development Issues in Nigeria. U.K: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (United Kingdom).

 

  1. Aborisade, R., Omobowale, A.O. and OlayinkaAkanle 2013. eds. Essentials of Sociology. Ibadan: Ibadan University Press. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2013. Kinship Networks and International Migration in Nigeria. U.K: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (United Kingdom).

 

  1. Olutayo, A.O. and Akanle, O. 2013. eds. Sociological Theory for African Students. Ibadan: Ibadan University Press. P. 238. (Nigeria).

 

  1. Owasanoye, B., Akanle, O. and Olusanya, J. eds. Youths and Nigeria’s Intangible Cultural Heritage. Lagos: Human Development Initiatives (HDI) and Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization (CBAAC). (Nigeria).

 

 

 

 

Monographs

  1. Akanle, O. 2014. Virtue for Sustainable Development in Contemporary Nigeria: The Role of Women. Being a 2nd Gratia Associates Distinguished Public Lecture Delivered in Honour of Mrs. Afoloshade M. Alliyu. Nigeria: Gratia Associates International.

 

Technical Reports

  1. Akanle, O. 2017. Impact Assessment of HDI LG Budget Watch Project. Nigeria: Human Development Initiatives (HDI). January.

 

  1. Owasanoye, B. Akanle, O. and Samuel, O. S. 2014. Impunity in Nigeria: Knowledge, Attitude and Perception findings from a national survey. Nigeria: Human Development Initiatives. April.

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Ajayi, S. 2013. Parent-Teacher Adolescent Communication: Are we listening to each other. A Review of HDI Happy and Sad Boxes. Part II 2009-2011.Nigeria: Human Development Initiatives. April.

 

  1. Stop Impunity Nigeria (S.I.N) 2013. A Nationwide Research. Funded by Ford Foundation.National Coordinator (Research Consultant to Human Development Initiatives. Lagos.

 

  1. The Justice Research Institute, Lagos, Nigeria. Statewide Research on Capital Punishment. 2013. State Consultant, Research. Funded by the Lagos state Ministry of Justice.

 

  1. The Justice Research Institute, Lagos, Nigeria. Perception Survey on the Commercial Motorcycles Okada Ban. 2013. State Consultant, Research. Funded by the Justice Research Institute.

 

  1. The Orderly Society Trust, Nigeria. Making Local Governance Work for the Poor: A Review of the Landscape and Challenges.2010.

 

  1. Owasanoye, B. and Akanle, O. 2010. Rule of Law Compliance in Nigeria: Findings from A Pilot Study. Human Development Initiatives (HDI) In Collaboration with Security Justice and GrowthProgramme Nigeria, Department for International Development (DFID) and The British Council.

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2009. Parent-Teacher Adolescent Communication: Are we listening to each other. A Review of HDI Happy and Sad Boxes. Part I. Nigeria: Human Development Initiatives. April.

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2009.An Assessment of The Coping Mechanisms of Widows with or without Psychosocial Support in Lagos Metropolis. Nigeria: Human Development Initiatives. June.

 

Conferences and Papers

  1. Akanle, O. and Ewajesu, O.O. 2017. Towards understanding Africa’s Tax Haven: Trajectories of Tax Avoidance and Evasion in Nigeria. International Conference on Tax Havens and The Developing World: The Global Dimension. The Conference Center, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. 2nd – 4th August.

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2017. Workshop on Contemporary Sociology: An African Perspective. Napier House, 31 Napier Street, Berea, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. 10th and 14th of July.

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Adesina, J.O. 2016. Remittances and Kinship Networks of International Migrants in Nigeria: The Impacts Flipsides. Paper Presented at The College of Arts and Human Sciences Conference. University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa. September 14th and 15th.

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Adebayo, C.A. 2016. Gender and Agribusiness in Nigeria: Poultry and Food (In)security in Socioeconomic Emergency Situation. Paper Presented at The Sam Moyo Fourth Pan-African Roundtable Dialogue/Conference Land Reform and Agrarian Conflicts in post-colonial Africa: Implications on Agricultural Production, Industrial Production and Food Security. The Archie Mafeje Research Institute (AMRI) at University of South Africa (UNISA), South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa. September 6th-8th.

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Adejare, G.S. 2016. The History and Usage of of ede Ayalo (borrowed language/concept) in knowledge perpetuation among the Yoruba of South-western Nigeria. Theme: Africa Since Independence: Promise, Pugnacity, and Failure in the Post-Colonial Contexts. An International Conference in Honour of Prof. Akanmu G. Adebayo. University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo state, Nigeria. August 3rd 5th.

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Adejare, G.S. 2016. Ethnographic Analysis of Childhood Construction in Yoruba Social Thoughts and J.F. Odunjo’s Alawiye Texts: Towards Decolonizing Colonial Heritage. The 6th Toyin Falola International Conference (TOFAC). Theme: Africanity. Redeemer’s University, Ede, Osun state, Nigeria. July 4th – 6th.
  2. Adejare, G.S. and Akanle, O. 2016. Then and Now: A Reflexive Debate of Gender Relations in Globalising Nigeria. The 6th Toyin Falola International Conference (TOFAC). Theme: Africanity. Redeemer’s University, Ede, Osun state, Nigeria. July 4th – 6th.

 

  1. Adejare, G.S. and Akanle, O. 2016. 2016. Socioeconomic Realities of Burgeoning Pentecostalism in Nigeria: A Study of Pentecostal Gatherings in South-Western Nigeria. The 6th Toyin Falola International Conference (TOFAC). Theme: Africanity. Redeemer’s University, Ede, Osun state, Nigeria. July 4th – 6th.
  2. Akanle, O. 2015. Suicide in Democratic Nigeria and South Africa. Annual Conference of the Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Practitioners Association (NASA). Democracy, Livelihoods and Social Order. University of Lagos, Nigeria. 3rd – 5th November.
  3. Akanle, O. 2015. Human Security and Risk Management in Lagos Megacity, Nigeria: The Sustainability and Comparative Approaches. International Conference on Chinese and African Sustainable Urbanization: A Canadian and International Perspective. University of Ottawa, Canada and UN-Habitat. Canada. 24th – 25th October.
  4. Akanle, O. 2015. Gender Paradoxes and Agricultural Monopoly in Nigeria: Implications for Policy and Food (in)security in Africa. Third Pan-African Roundtable Dialogue on Land Policies, Agrarian Conflicts, Agricultural Production, Food Security and Identity Challenges in Postcolonial Africa. Harare, Zimbabwe. 21-23 September.
  5. Akanle, O. 2015. The Intersectionalities of Land Grabs in Nigeria: Engaging the New Scramble for African Lands. Third Pan-African Roundtable Dialogue on Land Policies, Agrarian Conflicts, Agricultural Production, Food Security and Identity Challenges in Postcolonial Africa. Harare, Zimbabwe. 21-23 September.
  6. Akanle, O. and Uchendu S.C. 2015. Rural Hometown Construction among the Youths in Nigeria. College of Human Sciences School of Social Sciences Conference: Alternative Visions of Society: Negotiating the Future Impact of the Social Sciences. Kgorong Building, University of South Africa, (UNISA), Pretoria, South Africa. 2nd-3rd September.
  7. Akanle, O. 2015. Urban Poverty, Female Professionalism and Domestic Violence in Lagos Megacity, Nigeria. South African Sociological Association (SASA) 22nd Annual Congress. Contours of Violence. Johannesburg, South Africa. 28th June – 1st July.

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2015. Dynamics and Contexts of Gambling in Urban Ibadan, Nigeria. South African Sociological Association (SASA) 22nd Annual Congress. Contours of Violence. Johannesburg, South Africa. 28th June – 1st July.

 

  1. Omobowale, A.O., Olayinka Akanle, Akintunde Abel, Agbaje, A.A.B. 2015. Epistemological Sociology of Post-Colonial African Studies. First International conference of the African Studies Association of Africa (ASAA): Africa Studies in the the twenty-First century: Past, Present and Future. 14th-17th October. Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Busari, D. A. 2015. Gender Constructions and the Legal Systems in Nigeria: A Socio-Legal Approach. University of Ibadan, Nigeria, Institute of African Studies, Women’s Research and Documentation Centre (WORDOC) and Gender Studies Programme. Emerging Issues in Gender Studies. March 10.

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Fakolujo, O.E. 2014. Jedijedi: Indigenous versus Western Conception of Rectal Hemorrhoid in Ibadan, Southwestern Nigeria. Carl Von Ossietzky University, Oldenburg, Germany. 3rd – 6th December, 2014.

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2014. Nigerian youth and the 2011 General Elections: Contexts ofTransformation and Development. Department of Sociology, University of Lagos Annual Conference on Electoral Process in Nigeria. 21st – 22nd August.

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2014. Workshop on the publication of the book on the Sources of Growth in West Africa. Cotonou, Republic of Benin. 10th-14 March.

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2013. World Social Science Fellows (WSSF) of the International Social Science Council (ISSC), Paris, France. Seminar on Risk Interpretation and Action (RIA), Wellington, New Zealand, 7th – 15th December.

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2012. Nigerian Youth and the 2011 General Elections: Fresh Insights on the Critical African Cohort. CODESRIA (Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa) Child and Youth Institute, Youth, Social Transformation and Development in Africa. Dakar, Senegal, 22 October-09 November.

 

 

 

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2012. Food Importation and Agricultural Development in Nigeria: Whither Rural Development? Nigeria Rural Sociological Association (NRSA) 21st Annual National CongressChallenges and Approaches to Sustainable Rural Development in Sub-Saharan Africa” 7th 11th October. University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

 

  1. Akanle, O. and Olutayo, A.O. 2012. Nigerian Rural Social Structure and Development: X-raying the Prospects and Pitfalls. Nigeria Rural Sociological Association (NRSA) 21st Annual National CongressChallenges and Approaches to Sustainable Rural Development in Sub-Saharan Africa” 7th 11th October. University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2012. Citizens Participation in Local Government Budgeting Processes: Current Situation, Opportunities and Challenges. Town Hall Meeting by The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission/United Nations Development Programme/ActionAid (EFCC/UNDP/ActionAid).  2-3 August. Lagos

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2011. The Poverty Debacle in Nigeria: A Consideration of Key/Strategy Issues with Implication for ECOWAS. Conference Paper presented at the ECOWAS International Conference on “Poverty and Development”, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana. 11th-14th July.

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2011. The Role of Culture/Cultural Diversity in Nigeria’s and ECOWAS Region’s Growth. Conference Paper presented at the ECOWAS International Conference on “Sources of Growth in West Africa”, Cotonou, Republic of Benin. 21st-23rd June.

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2011. Post-Colonial Nation-Building, Global Governance, Globalization and Development Nexus: Nigeria Entangled. Conference Paper presented at the “Africa in the 21st Century and Quasquicentennial of the Scramble of Africa: An International Symposium” Pretoria, South Africa. 26th-27th May.

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2011. Nigerian Culture and Identity in a Globalized World. Paper presented at the “Workshop on Youth and Nigeria’s Intangible Cultural Heritage” Lagos, Nigeria. 18th-20th May.

 

  1. Olutayo A.O and Akanle O. 2010. Governance, Social Construction of Ideals and Development in Nigeria. Conference paper presented at the Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association (NASA) Annual Conference “The Challenge of Development and Social Order in Nigeria”. AhmaduBelloUniversity, (ABU) Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria. 4th-6th April.

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2010.Towards Effective and Sustainable Pan-Africanism: Pedagogical Concerns and Implications for Inclusive Participation. Conference paper presented at the Center for Black African Arts and Civilization (CBAAC) conference on: “Global Africans, Pan-Africanism, Decolonisation and Integration of Africa – Past, Present and Future” held at the International Conference Centre, Abuja, Nigeria from 21st to 24th of September.

 

  1. Olutayo, A.O, Olutayo, M.A.O.. and Akanle, O.2010.From State Back to the State: Lessons for ECOWAS Countries. Conference paper presented at Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) at Ouagadougou, Burkinafaso. 3rd-5th of October.

 

 

 

  1. Olutayo, A.O., Olutayo, M.A.O. and Akanle, O.2010. The New Strategic Approaches to Integration and Development in the ECOWAS Region: Towards Securing the Future. Conference paper presented at Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) at Ouagadougou, Burkinafaso. 3rd-5th of October.

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2009. Pentecostalism and the mainstreaming of poverty in Southern Nigeria. Conference paper presented at the conference organized by the Faculty of Social Science/Department of Sociology, University of Lagos, Nigeria on “Repertoire of resources, the moral domain and human condition”. 14th-16th April.

 

  1. Owasanoye, B.O. and Akanle, O. 2009. ICT, Freedom of Information and Privacy Rights in Nigeria. Conference paper presented at the workshop on “Nexus between ICTs and Human Rights in Africa” Human Rights and Peace Centre, Faculty of Law, MakerereUniversity, Kampala, Uganda. 1st-4th, April.

 

  1. Olutayo A.O and Akanle O. 2009. “Fighting the poverty war”: Non-Governmental Organisations and the challenge of poverty eradication in Nigeria. Paper presented at the workshop being organized by The CLACSO-CROP programme with OSSREA and SEPHIS on ‘Strategies against Poverty: Designs from the North and Alternatives from the South’. University of Cape Town, South Africa. 18th June – 20th June.

 

  1. Olutayo A.O and Akanle O. 2008. Globalisation and Development Nexus: Nigeria Entangled. A paper presented at the conference “Four Decades of Sociology in Nigeria”. By the Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. October 16th-18th.

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2007. Immigration Cultism and the Nigerian Migrants: Tidal Dynamism in the age of globalization. Conference paper delivered at the joint international conference on “Globalization, Migration, Citizenship and Identity”. Organized by Kennesaw State University, U.S.A. and Department of History, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. November, 6th-9th.

 

  1. Olutayo A.O and Akanle O. 2007.Gender and the Challenge of Poverty Eradication in Nigeria: Implications for Policy and Practice. Conference Paper delivered at the 1st International Conference of Faculty of Administration, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. September, 5th - 7th.

 

Consultancies and Professional Practice

  1. Community Life Project (CLP). Baseline Study on the Informal Sector Taxation Practices in  4 Selected LGAs/LCDAs in Lagos State (2017). Consultant.

 

  1. Ford Foundation/Human Development Initiatives (HDI). Development of Strategic Plan 2017-2021. (2017). Consultant.

 

  1. Lagos state Government/Office of The Public Defender (OPD). Development of Strategic Plan 2017-2021. (2017). Consultant.

 

  1. Akanle, O. 2017. Impact Assessment of HDI LG Budget Watch Project. Nigeria: Human Development Initiatives (HDI). January.
  2. South African Research Chair (SARChI) Social Policy Postdoctoral Fellow Research in Nigeria. Kinship Support Dynamics, Welfare and Poverty in Nigerian Migrants’ Households: Rethinking the Issues. (2015/2016). Principal Investigator.

 

  1. United Nations (UN) Women Fund for Gender Equality/Community Life Project (CLP) Endline/Evaluation Programme on Women Political Participation in Governance and Politics in the Grassroots in Ekiti and Osun states Nigeria. (2015). Consultant.

 

  1. United Nations (UN) Equality Trust Fund To End Violence Against Women, Baseline and Endline Surveys forPop Culture with a Purpose: Curbing Violence against Women. Oxfam and An implementation alliance of three organizations; BAOBAB Women Rights, Girl Power Initiative (GPI) and Association of Positive Youth Living with HIV and AIDS (APYIN), Nigeria. (2014).

 

  1. United Nations (UN) Women Fund for Gender Equality/Community Life Project (CLP) Baseline Survey on Women Political Participation in Governance and Politics in the Grassroots in Ekiti and Osun states Nigeria. (2013/2014). Consultant/Research Coordinator.

 

  1. EU Funded ECOWASSpain Fund for Migration and Development Project. (2013-2014). Consultant/Research Coordinator.

 

  1. Justice Research Institute (JRI). Lagos Nigeria. Lagos State Capital Punishment survey. (2013).Consultant/Research Coordinator.

 

  1. Justice Research Institute (JRI). Perception Survey on Lagos State Government Ban on Commercial Motorcycles (Okada) in Designated Areas. (2013).Consultant/Research Coordinator.

 

  1. Ford Foundation and NGO Consortium 2013. Stop Impunity Now (SIN) Nigeria Campaign and Research. National Coordinator for the Research component. (2013).

 

  1. Marine Power Nigeria Limited/Island Power Project. Social Impact Assessment (SIA). 2013.Consultant/Research Coordinator.

 

  1. Department for International Development (DFiD) Justice for All Programme (J4A). 2012. Review and Assessment of Commercial Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in Nigeria. Review of Multi-Door Court House (MDC), Fast Track Courts (FTCs), Citizens Mediation Centers (CMCs), Alternative Dispute Resolution Centers (ADRCs) and other Non-Court Connected Conflict Resolution Mechanisms in Nigeria. 2012. Research Coordinator.

 

  1. International Labour Organisation (ILO) International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). 2012. Social Service Mapping and Assessment of Viable vocations in the Mining and Quarry Areas in Abeokuta and Ibadan Area of South-West Region of Nigeria. Research Coordinator.

 

  1. The Population Council. 2012. Policy Analysis Consultant. Addressing HIV/ADS Vulnerabilities and Stigma of Africa’s Youth Project.Research Coordinator.

 

  1. Co-Facilitator of Lagos State Ministry of Justice (LMOJ) First Law Officers’ Workshop/ retreat. 17th-19th February 2011.
  2. The Orderly Society Trust (OST), Lagos Nigeria. Examination Malpractice Project. (2011). Consultant/Research Coordinator.

 

  1. The NNPC International Best Practices in Corporate External Borrowing and Financing (2011). Research Coordinator.

 

  1. Justice Research Institute (JRI), Lagos Nigeria. Justice Reform Project. (2011).Consultant/Research Coordinator.
  2.  DFID (Department for International Development). Baseline Survey of Lagos State Justice Sector Institutions. (2011). With Professor BolajiOwasanoye.Research Coordinator.

 

  1. DFID (Department for International Development). Coalition for Change (C4C) Issue-     Based Approach Survey. (2010). Research Coordinator.

 

  1. UNICEF/Human Development Initiatives (HDI) Assessment and Evaluation of Structures for the implementation of the Child Rights Law of Lagos State (2010). Research Coordinator.

 

  1. Review and Audit of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Processes. 2010. Research Coordinator.

 

  1. DFID/British Council/Security, Justice and Growth Programme: Justice Component/Human Development Initiatives (HDI) Project to Measure the Rule of Law Compliance in Selected States of Nigeria. (2009). National Research Coordinator.

 

  1. The Orderly Society Trust (OST)/ Human Development Initiatives (HDI) Local Government Best Practice Study 2009. National Research Coordinator.

 

  1. Guinness Nigeria Plc. Board of Directors Performance Evaluation for 2011. Evaluation undertaken with Akomolafe, Owasanoye& Co. Legal Practitioners, Lagos, Nigeria. Research Coordinator.

 

  1. Guinness Nigeria Plc. Board of Directors Performance Evaluation for 2010. Evaluation undertaken with Akomolafe, Owasanoye& Co. Legal Practitioners, Lagos, Nigeria. Research Coordinator.

 

  1. Guinness Nigeria Plc. Board of Directors Performance Evaluation for 2009. Evaluation undertaken with Akomolafe, Owasanoye& Co. Legal Practitioners, Lagos, Nigeria. Research Coordinator.

 

  1. Guinness Nigeria Plc. Board of Directors Performance Evaluation for 2008. Evaluation undertaken with Akomolafe, Owasanoye& Co. Legal Practitioners, Lagos, Nigeria. Research Coordinator.

 

  1. The Presidency/National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) Privacy Impact Assessment Study 2008. Research Supervisor for Osun State. Recruited and Supervised the conduct and analysis of In-depth Interviews, Focus Group Discussions, Observations and questionnaires.

 

 

 

 

 

  1. World Bank/Lagos State Government/Human Development Initiatives Opinion Poll of Water Consumers in Lagos State 2008. Research Supervisor. Recruited and Supervised the conduct and analysis of In-depth Interviews, Focus Group Discussions, Observations and questionnaires. Also participated in training, field work and report writing.

 

  1. Endline/Baseline Survey of the 6th Country Programme (CP) of UNFPA Assistance in Lagos State, Nigeria. 2008. Research Supervisor. Supervised the conduct and analysis of In-depth Interviews, Focus Group Discussions, Observations and questionnaires in Lagos state.

 

  1. World Bank. Access to Justice in Nigeria, 2008. Research Assistant to Professor Bolaji Owasanoye in the preparation of Desk Review.

 

  1. Bridging the information Gap: “Happy and Sad Notes” as Conveyors of Feelings of secondary school students in Lagos metropolis. 2008. Principal Investigator. A Consultancy Research Service for Human Development Initiative (HDI), an NGO in Nigeria.

 

  1. Ford Foundation/Human Development Initiative (HDI) Exploratory study of support            mechanisms available to Widows in Lagos Metropolis 2008. Principal Investigator. Conducted and analyzed In-depth Interviews, Focus Group Discussions, Observations and questionnaires.

 

  1. Demolition and Resettlement Plan at Ogere Trailer Park by the Ogun State Government.2008. Principal Investigator. A Research commissioned by the Ogun State Government. Report admitted by the State Government, Nigeria on July 28. Research Coordinator. Report Co-submitted with Nurudeen Alliyu Ph.D and Prof. Olutayo, A.O.

 

  1. UNICEF and Federal Government of Nigeria. Situation Analysis and Assessment (SITAN) of Women and Children’s Rights in Nigeria; Update 2007. Research Assistant to Professor Bolaji Owasanoye in the preparation of “Protection and Participation Rights”.

 

Theses/Dissertations

*Kinship Networks and Returnees’ Support Dynamics in Lagos State, Nigeria. PhD. Theses, 2012.

* Fast Food in Ibadan Metropolis: An Investigation of an Emerging consumption Pattern. M.Sc. Dissertation, 2007.

* Religion and Contraception among University of Ibadan Students. B.Sc. Project, 2000.

 

Interests and Hobbies.

                Teaching, Research Solutions, Sports, Arts and Culture, Reading, Listening to music.