Awotunde, J.M: Publications

a.    People’s participation in Local government-initiated rural development projects in Kwara State, Nigeria” Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) Dissertation, Institute of Graduate Studies, Central Luzon State University, Munoz, Nueva Ecija, Philippines. April 1989.
b.    “Chemical weed control in peanuts (Arachis hypogaea L.)” Master of Science (M. Sc.) Thesis, Department of Crop Science, Institute of Graduate Studies, Central Luzon State  University, Munoz, Nueva Ecija, Philippines, April 1986.
c.    “Effect of four tillage practices and two sources of nitrogen fertilizer on the yield of maize (Zea mays L. )” . Higher National Diploma (H. N. D) Project, Department of Crop Science, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences. Rivers State University of Science & Technology, P. M. B. 5080, Port-Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. July, 1981.

a.    Awotunde, J. M. (1990) Factors associated with Kwara people’s participation in local government rural development projects. Journal of Social Science 29 (1):69-80. Social Science Research Institute, International Christian University, Mitaka-shi, Tokyo 181, Japan.
b.    Awotunde, J. M.  (1992). Agricultural cooperatives and rural development focus on Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture 95 (1): 61-74. Faculty of Agriculture, Meiji University, Kawasaki,
Tama-ku, Kanagawa 314, Japan.
c.    Apantaku, S. O., J. M. Awotunde and M. A. Folorunso, (2001). Target agencies’ awareness and implementation of University of Agriculture-based research recommendations. Journal of Agricultural Science, Science, Environment and Technology (ASSET) Series A, 1(2)
pp. 141-150.
d.    Adebayo, K., A. M. Omotayo, C. J. Garforth, and  J. M. Awotunde,  (2002). Small farmer’s perception of the characteristics of new farm practices in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Extension Systems 18:79-93.
e.    Apantaku, S. O.,  J. M. Awotunde, D. A. Adegbite and E. A. Ajayi (2005): Feasibility of Private integrated Agricultural Extension Service in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Extension. Vol.  8:150-157.
f.    Ikudehin, O. A., G. O. Sokoya, J. M. Awotunde, J. O. Sopeju and A. M. Omotayo (2006) Awareness, information sources and responses of rural mothers’ towards national programme on immunization in Ogun State; Southwestern Nigeria. West African Journal of Nursing 17 (2) 105-109.
g.    Adebayo, K., M. Awotunde,  P. A. Okuneye, and U. V. Okonkwo (2006). Assessment of secondary school agricultural education programme in the rural areas of Imo State. Nigerian Journal of Rural Sociology 6 ( 1 & 2): 13-22.
h.    Awotunde, J. M., C. O. Adamu, K. O. Adubi and B. D. Osunwole (2007). Socio-economic factors’ associated with small-scale processing of locust beans (Parkia biglobosia L.) among rural women in Akinyele Local Government Area, Oyo State. Nigerian Journal of Rural Sociology. 7 (1&2). Pp 70-75.
i.    Ikenweiwe, N. B; S. O. Otubusin, J. M. Awotunde and O. A. Oke (2007). Socio-economic profile, occupational activities and social conditions of rural fisher-folks in Ogun lake area. European Journal of Scientific Research 16 (2) pp. 227-237.
j.    Ladebo O. J, J. M. Awotunde and P. Abdusalam- Sahir (2008) Co-workers’ and supervisory interactional  justice: correlates of Extension personnel’s job satisfaction, distress and aggressive behavioural. Journal of Behavioural and Applied Management.  9  (2) pp 2006-225

k.    Fabusoro E. J. M Awotunde C. I. Sodiya and C. I. Alarina (2008). Status of Job motivation and job performance of field extension agents in Ogun State: Implication for agricultural development. Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension. (Wageningen University). 14 (2) pp. 139-152.
l.    Adamu C. O. J. M. Awotunde and C. I Sodiya (2008). Women farmers’ perception of constraints to increased crop  production in Oyo state. ASSET: An International Journal of Agricultural Science Environment and Technology ASSET series (2008) 3(1): 53-61.
m.    Ayinde A.FO. J. M. Awotunde A. M. Omotayo and A.F. A. Adeoti (2008) Factors affecting sustainability of OGADEP women groups in Ogun State Journal of Extension Systems 24 (2) pp. 91-102.

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