Babatunde-durowaiye Ekundayo Bamidele Profile

DOCTOR BABATUNDE-DUROWAIYE EKUNDAYO BAMIDELE


   

Sociology

babatunde.ekundayo@lmu.edu.ng

BABATUNDE B. Ekundayo obtained her PhD degree in the field of Sociology from the University of Manchester, UK. Her research centers on gender, sexual health, cultural studies and qualitative research methods with specific interest in socio-cultural factors influencing young people’s sexual health and negotiations. Dr Babatunde has already published some of the findings of her research on the impacts of culture on young people’s sexual health. Some of her publications include: The Relativity of heterosexual norms and gender power on young people’s sexuality in Africa. Journal of African Studies and Development. The Conception of sex and gender as background to Inequities faced by women. The Journal of Pan African Studies. Exploring the construction of Masculine Identities among young people in the context of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa and the Effects of Domestic Violence on Young People in Family Setting: Evidence from Omu-Aran, Kwara State, Nigeria. Scientific Research Journal. Dr Babatunde is currently a Lecturer in the department of Sociology, Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara State

1. Ekundayo B. Babatunde and Babatunde E. Durowaiye (2014): Situated Negotiations of gendered sexualities: Evidence from Young People in Kabba, Kogi state, Nigeria. The Journal of Pan African Studies, Volume 7, Number 3, September, 2014. Pp 146-161.

2. Ekundayo B. Babatunde and Babatunde E. Durowaiye (2014): Situating Risk, Sexual health and HIV/AIDS: Implications for (Non)Negotiating Sex among Youth in North Central Nigeria. Journal of Humanities and Social Science. Volume 19, Issue 9, Ver. II (Sep. 2014), Pp 104-113

3. Ekundayo B. Babatunde and Babatunde E. Durowaiye (2014): Socio-cultural context and young women’s sexualities in Nigeria: A study of Female youngsters in the North Central Zone. International Journal of African Society, cultures and Traditions. Volume 1, Number 2, September, 2014 pp. 13-29

4. Michael B. Aleyomi, Ekundayo B. Babatunde and, Babatunde E. Durowaiye (2014). An overview of socio-political challenges of Reform in the Nigeria prisons system, Redeemers University Journal of Management and Social Sciences, Volume 2, Number 1, 2014. Pp 121-131

5. Ekundayo B. Babatunde (2014): Exploring the construction of Masculine Identities among young people in the context of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Volume 16, Number 3, 2014. Pp 45-62.

6. Ekundayo B. Babatunde and Babatunde E. Durowaiye (2014): The Impact of Enterpreneurship Education on Enterpreneurial Intentions among Nigerian Undergraduates. International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Literature, Volume 2, Issue II, November, 2014. Pp 15-26.

7. Babatunde E. Durowaiye and Ekundayo B. Babatunde (2014): Globalization and the African Experience. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Volume 16, Number 3, Pp 63-75.

8. Ekundayo B. Babatunde, Babatunde E. Durowaiye, & Modupe B. Ake (2015): Effects of Domestic Violence on Young People in Family Setting: Evidence from Omu-Aran, Kwara State, Nigeria. Scientific Research Journal, Volume 3, Issue I, January 2015. Pp55-63.

9. Ekundayo B. Babatunde and Modupe Ake (2015): The Relativity of heterosexual norms and gender power on young people’s sexuality in Africa. Journal of African Studies and Development, Volume 7, Number 2, February 2015, pp 56-63

10. Ekundayo B. Babatunde and Babatunde E. Durowaiye (2015): The Conception of sex and gender as background to Inequities faced by women. The Journal of Pan African Studies, volume 7, number 10, pp

11 Babatunde E. Durowaiye and Ekundayo B. Babatunde ( 2015): Understanding social exclusion as a cause of rural poverty in Nigeria. (Book chapter, Ilorin Journal of Sociology), Department of Sociology, Faculty of Business and Social Sciences University of Ilorin, Nigeria

12. Ekundayo B. Babatunde and Babatunde E. Durowaiye (2015). Qualitative Research Methods – Book Chapter, (Sociology: current and African perspectives) Department of Sociology, College of Business and Social Sciences, Landmark University, Nigeria. ISNB 978-8113-46-X.

5.Ekundayo B. Babatunde and Babatunde E. Durowaiye (2015). Qualitative Research Methods Book Chapter, Current and African perspective. Department of Sociology, College of Business and Social Sciences, Landmark University. ISSN: 978-8113-46-X,

6.Babatunde E. Durowaiye and Ekundayo B. Babatunde ( 2015). Globalization and the Global economic crisis. Book Chapter, Current and African perspective, Department of Sociology, College of Business and Social Sciences, Landmark University. ISSN: 978-8113-46-X,

TEACHING AND FACILITATION OF LEARNING:

Contemporary Sociological Theories (400 Level)

Urban Sociology (400Level)

Child Development (400 Level)

Methods of Social Research (300Level)

History of Social thought (200 Level)

Introduction to Sociology (100Level)

Learning Theories and Process (100 Level)

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