Aromolaran, A.K: Publications

Thesis/Dissertations:
1.¬†¬† ¬†Aromolaran A. K.(2005) :Perception of Rural – Migrant Family on Problems and Benefits Of Rural ‚Äď Urban Migration in Odeda Local Government Area,Ogun State (B.Agric Project, University Of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Nigeria).
2.    Aromolaran A. K. (2010): Effect of Rural Livelihood Activities on Land Degradation in Ogun State Nigeria. M. Agric. Dissertation, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria.  

Books/Monographs and Chapter in Books

3.    Alarima C.I., Fabusoro E. Kolawole A. Uzoma K.C. , Aromolaran A.K. Masunaga T. and Wakatsuki  T. 2012. Land right and rental systems: implications for the management of conflicts related to land in Sawah-based rice production systems in Nigeria. African Study Monographs, 33(3) Kyoto University Japan.  

JOURNALS
4.¬†¬† ¬†Ashimolowo O.R., A.K. Aromolaran and Inegbedion, S.O. (2010), Child street – trading activities and its effect on the educational attainment of its victims in Epe Local Government Area of Lagos State. Journal of Agricultural¬† Science. 2(4), 221 ‚Äď 220 pp. Published by Canadian¬† Center of Science and Education. Canada

5.    Fakoya E.O., A.K. Aromolaran, Abiona B.G. and Yusuf A.O (2011), Assessment of production and consumption levels of staple foods among rural households in Odeda, Ogun state Nigeria. African Journal of Food Science and Technology 2(2). pp. 047-051.http://www.interestjournals.org/AJFST

6.    B.G. Abiona, E.O. Fakoya, W.O. Alegbeleye, E.O. Fapojuwo, S.O. Adeogun, A.A.
Idowu and A.K. Aromolaran (2011), Constraints to integrated and non-integrated fish farming activities in Ogun state Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural science. 3(4) Published by Canadian  Center of Science and Education. Canada

7.    Sodiya, C. I.  Aromolaran, A. K. and Oridota O. J. (2011). Integrated fish farming and children participation in Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Fisheries Science and Technology. Published by National Institute for Freshwater Fisheries Research. Vol 2 (1) ( March 24, 2011).

8.    Abiona, B.G. Fakoya, E. O. Apantaku, S. O. Alegbeleye, W. O. Sodiya, C. I. R. A.
Oyeyinka and A. K. Aromolaran (2012). Enterprise mix in integrated fish farming in ¬†¬† ¬†Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Science.4(1) pp 171 ‚Äď 180. Published ¬†¬† ¬†by Canadian Center of Science and Education.

9.¬†¬† ¬†Aromolaran, A.K. (2011), Perceived Problems of rural ‚Äď urban migration by non – migrants in Odeda Local Government Area of Ogun State, Journal of Research in Agriculture. Vol 8. No 3. International Research and Development Institute.¬† March 27,2011

10.¬†¬† ¬†Aromolaran, A.K. (2012), Effect of sand mining activities on land agrarian communities of Ogun State Nigeria, Continental Journal of Agricultural Science 6 (1): 41 ‚Äď 49, 2012 Wilolud Journals.

11.    Aromolaran A. K., Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. and Olaosebikan O. (2013) Assessment of development projects by rural dwellers in Atakumosa East Local Government Area of Osun state, Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Development, 10(1) pp 40-47

12.    Apantaku S. O.  , Seriki I. O. Aromolaran A. K.  , F. S. Apantaku b & A. O. Adebanwo (2013) Climate change and rural households health in Ijebu North East area of Nigeria International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology  1-7pp Taylor & Francis London W1T 3JH, UK

13.     Aromolaran A. K., Ademiluyi I.O. and Itebu O. J. 2013 Challenges of small poultry farms in layer production in Ibadan Oyo state Nigeria Global Journal of Science Frontier Research Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences Vol.13 (2), 5-11pp Global Journals Inc.USA

14.    Ashimolowo O. R., Aromolaran A. K. and Akinmoyede, O. G. (2013) Farming Mothers’ Perceptions on Exclusive Breastfeeding in Ori-Ade Area, Osun State, Asian Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 176-185.

Publications in Referred Proceedings.
15.¬†¬† ¬†Adebayo, k and A.K. Aromolaran (2005).Perception of Non ‚Äď Migrants on Benefits and Problems of Rural ‚Äď Urban Migration in Three Communities at Odeda Area of¬† Ogun state Nigeria. In Transformation through Agricultural Revolution. A.A Ladele, A.M. Omotayo, A.B. ogunwale and O.D. Kolawole (eds). Proceedings of the fourteenth Annual Congress of the ¬†¬† ¬†Nigeria Rural Sociological Association (NRSA).pp ¬†¬† ¬†1-6

16.    Abdulsalam-Saghir P.B, Aromolaran, A.K. And Ajeigbe, S.A. (2008), Perception of Male And Female Rural Youths Towards Agriculture as a Vocation in Obafemi-Owode Local Government Area Of Ogun State,  Proceeding of 17th Annual Congress of the  Nigerian  Rural Sociological Association of Nigeria pp 49-55.

17.    Abdulsalam-Saghir. P.B, Aromolaran, A.K and Togun B.,(2008), Perception of Agricultural     Products Transporters (Migrants) About HIV/AIDS In Bodija Market, Oyo-State, Nigeria, Proceeding of 17th Annual Congress of the  Nigerian  Rural Sociological Association of      Nigeria pp 89-95.

18.    Abiona, B. G., Fakoya, E. O., Sodiya, C. I., Alegbeleye,W. O., Fapojuwo., O. E. and Aromolaran, A.K. (2011). Ranking Of Challenges Faced By   Integrated Fish Farmers In Ogun  State, Nigeria. Value Re- Orientation in Animal Production: A Key to National     Food Security and Stable Economy. Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of the     Nigerian Society for Animal Production (NSAP). Adeniji, A. A., Olatunji, E. A. and     Gana, E. S. (Eds.) Pp 277-279.

19.    Sodiya, C. I., Fapojuwo, O. E., Aromolaran, A. K and Abiona, B. G. (2011). Incidence and     Awareness Of Occupational Hazards In Poultry Production Among Women In Ogun State,  Nigeria. Value Re- Orientation in Animal Production: A Key to National Food Security and Stable Economy. Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of the Nigerian  Society for Animal Production (NSAP). Adeniji, A. A., Olatunji, E. A. and Gana, E. S. (Eds.). Pp  704-707. Published by NSAP

20.    Aromolaran, A. K., Ojebiyi, W. G. and Oladele, T. B.(2013) Assessment of training needs of fadama farmers in Lagos state In Nigerian Agriculture and Economic Development: The Way Forward. Proceeding of the 27th Annual Conference of  Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN )in press

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