Rasak Bamidele Profile

DOCTOR RASAK BAMIDELE


Department:
Sociology

Email:
rasak.bamidele@lmu.edu.ng

 

                                                                                                Full Name: Dr. RASAK Bamidele          

Gender: Male

Status: Married

Academics Qualifications: B.Sc. Sociology, M.Sc. Ph.D Industrial Sociology (Ibadan)

Department: Sociology                                                                              

About Me:

Rasak Bamidele is a seasoned lecturer and consultant with strong research background. He is a specialist in the area of Industrial Sociology, his doctoral thesis is on “working conditions of casual workers in some selected construction Firms in Lagos, Nigeria". His M.Sc. thesis concerned "Financing of Small and Medium Scale Industries in Lagos, Nigeria". He obtained his B.Sc, M.Sc. and Ph.D degrees from University of Ibadan. He lectures currently at Landmark University, Kwara State, in Department of Sociology.

Area of Specialization: Human Capital Formation and Industrial and Labour Relations 

Journal Publications:

1.      Rasak, B. (2017) Casual Employment: its Ambiguity, Heterogeneity and Causes in

Nigerian Manufacturing Sector. Journal of Sociology and Criminology5: 157,doi:10.4172/2375-4435.1000157

2.      Adebanjo J. F., Rasak B., Uthsu, R. L.(2017) Compensation Scheme and Workers’

Performance: A Case of Some Selected Insurance Firms in Nigeria.International

Journal of Scientific Research and Management (IJSRM), Volume 5 Issue 8, 6827-6837, DOI: 10.18535/ijsrm/v5i8.32www.ijsrm.in.  

3.      Rasak, B. and Babatunde, M.O. (2017). Casual Employment and the Globalized Market: A  

case of Selected Countries. Uyo Journal of Sustainable Development. Vol.2 (1):18-34. A publication of Clement Isong Centre for Development Studies. Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Uyo-Nigeria.

4.      Rasak, B., Arisukwu, O.C., and Asamu, F.F. (2017). Challenges of Work and Coping

Strategies adopted by Casual Workers in some selected firms in Lagos, Nigeria. Paper accepted in the International Journal of Social Sciences. www.smrpi.com

5.      Rasak, B. and Okafor, E. E. (2016). Industrial Sociology: A Viable Instrument for National

Development in Nigeria. International Journal of Innovative Social Sciences & Humanities Research 4(4):43-50. www.seahipaj.org

Contacts

Department: Sociology

College: Business & Social Sciences

E-mail: rasak.bamidele@lmu.edu.ng, delerasak@yahoo.co.uk and delerasak@gmail.com

Office Location: C113 NCB

Phone Number(S): 08034955615, 07052087979

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES PUBLISHED

1.      Rasak, B. (2017) Casual Employment: its Ambiguity, Heterogeneity and Causes in

Nigerian Manufacturing Sector. Journal of Sociology and Criminology5: 157,doi:10.4172/2375-4435.1000157

2.      Adebanjo J. F., Rasak B., Uthsu, R. L.(2017) Compensation Scheme and Workers’

Performance: A Case of Some Selected Insurance Firms in Nigeria.International

Journal of Scientific Research and Management (IJSRM), Volume 5 Issue 8, 6827-

6837, DOI: 10.18535/ijsrm/v5i8.32 www.ijsrm.in.

3.      Rasak, B. and   Oladipo, P. (2017).Childlessness and Its Socio-Cultural Implication on

Married Couples within Some Selected Yoruba Communities in South-West Nigeria. International Journal of Innovative Social Sciences & Humanities Research 5(1):42-54. www.seahipaj.org

4.      Rasak, B. and Babatunde, M.O. (2017). Casual Employment and the Globalized Market: A  

case of Selected Countries. Uyo Journal of Sustainable Development. Vol.2 (1):18-34. A publication of Clement Isong Centre for Development Studies. Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Uyo-Nigeria.

5.      Rasak, B., Arisukwu, O.C., and Asamu, F.F. (2017). Challenges of Work and Coping

Strategies adopted by Casual Workers in some selected firms in Lagos, Nigeria. Paper accepted in the International Journal of Social Sciences. www.smrpi.com

6.      Rasak, B. and Okafor, E. E. (2016). Industrial Sociology: A Viable Instrument for National

Development in Nigeria. International Journal of Innovative Social Sciences & Humanities Research 4(4):43-50. www.seahipaj.org

7.      Garuba, R.O, and Rasak, B. (2016). Political Office and the (un)making of New Riches

(Nouveau Riche) in the Local Government Areas of Oyo State. Gashua Journal of Sciences and Humanities. Vol.1 (2): X-XX. www.fugagjsh.com

8.      Okafor, E.E. and Rasak, B. (2015). Casual Employment – A Nostrum to Unemployment in

Nigeria. Fountain Journal of Management and Social Sciences, Vol. 4(2), 100– 112. www.fountainjournal.com

9.      Okafor, E.E. and Rasak, B. (2014). Labour Conditions of Casual Workers in the  

Construction Industry in Lagos, Nigeria. Fountain Journal of Management and Social Sciences, vol. 3(2). pp. 69-82.www.fountainjournal.com

10.  Oladele, A.A., Rasak, B., Ganiyu, R.O. (2014). Indigenous Capital Class, Social

Stratification and Life Chances in the Contemporary Nigeria Society. Journal of public policy and administration Research, Vol.4:7, pp. 11-15. www.iiste.org

11.  Rasak, B. (2014). Sociological Explanation: Analysis of the Problems of Value in

Theory Construction. Journal of Social Sciences and Public Policy. Vol. 6:1,

181-191. www.cenresinpub.org.

12.  Ganiyu, R.O., Rasak, B., Taiwo, F.O. (2014). Socio-Political and Economic Impacts  

of Corruption in Nigeria. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research. Vol. 2:1. pp. 35-42.www.ijier.net.

13.  Rasak, B. (2013). Nigeria’s Trade Policy and Economic Development: From the Lens  

of World Trade Organization (WTO). Nnamdi Azikiwe University Akwa Journal of Sociology. Vol. 5:1, pp. 253-263.

14.  Rasak, B. (2012). Colonialism and Western Education: A Cultivating Tool for

Religious and Cultural Hegemony in Nigeria. Fountain University Journal of       

                   Management and Social Sciences. Vol. 2:2 130-149.                     

www.fountainuniversityjournal.com

15.  Rasak, B. (2012). The Interaction of Human Social Capital and Sustainable Economic

Development in Nigeria. Journal of Social Sciences and Public Policy. Vol. 4:4 7-21. www.Cenresinpub.org

16.  Rasak, B. (2012). Nigeria’s Trade Policy in the Light of General Agreement on

                     Tariffs and Trade (GATT) and World Trade Organization (WTO). Journal of

                      International Research in Arts and Sciences. Vol.1:1, 6-10.

          www.Wrpjournal.com/journals/v/IRAS

17.  Rasak, B. (2012). Elections and International Conspiracy in Africa: The Nigerian

                   Experience Journal of Social Sciences and Public Policy Review. Vol. 4:9 54- 61.   

                   www.Cenresinpub.org

18.  Rasak, B. (2012). Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs): A Panacea for

                   Economic Growth in Nigeria. Journal of Management and Corporate Governance.   

                   Vol. 4:6 83-98. www.Cenresinpub.org

19.  Rasak, B. (2012). Corruption, Leadership and Development in Nigeria. Journal of

                   Education and Leadership Development. Vol. 4:6, pp. 1-12. www.Cenresinpub.org

20.  Rasak, B. (2012). Synergy between Racial Differentiation and Social Inequality in  

                   Human Societies. Journal of Arts and Strategic Studies. Vol.4:6, pp.71-79.

                   www.Cenresinpub.org.

21.  Rasak, B. (2011). Casualization and Labour Utilization in Nigeria. Journal of  

                   International Labour Organization (ILO). Vol. 6:5, pp 1-35. www.ilo.org.

22.  Rasak, B. (2010). Traditional Health Values and Persistence of Indigenous Health Care

                  System. Journal of Social Sciences and Public Policy. Vol. 2:4 1-9. 

       www.Cenresinpub.org

23.  Rasak, B. (2010). Naming Ceremonies: Comparative Analysis of the Igbo and Yoruba

Societies. Continental Journal of Arts and Humanities.Vol.2:1. Pp.7-16.

www.wiloludjournal.com

CHAPTERS IN BOOK

1.      Rasak, B. (2013). Bureaucracy and Formal Organization: Essential of Sociology.

Ibadan University Press, Publishing House, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. pp. 115-126. Iup-unibadan@yahoo.com

2.      Rasak, B. (2013). Conceptualizing the Relationship between Climate Changes and

Human Health in Nigeria: Panoply of Readings in Social Sciences; Lesson for and from Nigeria. Department of Sociology, College of Development Studies. Covenant University, Canaan Land, Ota. pp. 249-266

3.      Okafor, E.E. and Rasak, B. (2014). Casual Workers in Construction Firms and Industrial

Development in Nigeria. “Trajectory to Industrial Development in Nigeria” Published by Development of Sociology, College of Development Studies, Covenant University, Otta, Ogun State, Nigeria. pp. 205-214.

JOURNAL ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS IN BOOKS ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION

1.      Rasak, B. and Garuba, R.O. (2017). Political Thuggery, Violence and Women Participation

in Politics in Nigeria.  Paper accepted in the Political Science Review Unilorin.

psrunilorin@gmail.com

2.      Rasak, B., Oye, A.J. and Raji, A.A. (2017). Political Patronage in a Democratic

Dispensation and Its Implication on Economic Development in Nigeria. Paper accepted in the Political Science Review Unilorin. psrunilorin@gmail.com

3.      Rasak, B. (2017). Casual Work Arrangements (CWAs) and Its Effect on Right to Freedom

Association in Nigeria. Paper accepted in the International Journal of Development Research. Vol. 7:4. www.journalijdr.com    

 

Sociology- 100-400 level

 

i.        Member, Nigeria Institute of Strategic Management (NISM)

ii.      Member, Nigeria Industrial Relations Association (NIIRA)

iii.    Member, International Research and Development Institute (RIDI)

iv.    Member, Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Practitioners Association (NASA)

v.      International Sociological Association (ISA)

vi.    Member Amnesty International

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