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Mrs. Iwelumor, Oluwakemi Shade obtained her B.Sc. degree in Sociology from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria and her M.Sc. degree in Sociology from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. She joined Landmark University in Omu-Aran, Kwara State in 2012 and has since been lecturing in the department of Sociology. She is a medical sociologist with research interest in gender, family and inequality studies.
Babatunde, O. S., and Jegede, S. (2014). Malaria Control and Household Resource Allocation in Ido LGA, Oyo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research (IJSBAR), 16(1), 32-45
Babatunde, O. S., Muchie, M. and Baskaran, A. Inequality in Access to Improved Water and Sanitation in Africa. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development
Lanre-Babalola, F. O and Iwelumor, O. S. (2015). Family Institution: SOCIOLOGY: Current and African Perspectives (pp. 187-215). Ilorin: Integrity Publication. ISBN 978-8113-46-X
Oye, A. J. and Iwelumor, O. S. (2015). The Relevance of Social Statistics to Sociological Enquires in SOCIOLOGY: Current and African Perspectives. Ilorin: Integrity Publication. ISBN 978-8113-46-X
Fashagba, Y. and Babatunde, O. The Nigerian Senate, 1999-2013 in Democratic Governance and Political Participation in Nigeria, 1999-2013.
SOC 111: Introduction to Sociology I, SOC 121: Introduction to Sociology II, SOC 122: Introduction to African Societies and Culture, SOC 124: Nigerian Heritage, SOC 216: Sociology of the Family, SOC 217: Women in Society, SOC 312: Social Inequality, SOC 315: Gender and Development, SOC 316: Sociology of the Aged, SOC 325: Social Stratification and Mobility, SOC 314: Sociology of Health and Illness Behaviour, SOC 418: Medical Sociology and GST 221: Nigerian People and Culture
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