Lawal-Adebowale, O.A: Publications

(a)    Dissertation

  1. Information and Communication Technology usage in Research-Extension-Farmer Linkage System for Agricultural Development in Southwest Nigeria (PhD Thesis, 2009)
  2. Assessment of Rainfall Distribution Pattern and Its Implications for Planning Agricultural Extension Programme in Ogun State (M. Agric. Dissertation, 2002)
  3. Indigenous Technology Use and Its Transfer Linkages: The Case of Cassava Production in      UNAAB Extension Villages (First degree project, 1997)

(b)   Journal Articles

 

1. Lawal-Adebowle, O. A. (2018). Crop-livestock integration: The ensuing conflicts and resolution strategies among rural dwellers in Ogun State. Journal of Rural Development 37(1), 95=114. Published by the National Institute of Rural Development, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad, India. DOI: 10.25175/jrd/2018/v37/i1/122693
2. Lawal-Adebowale, O. A., Ayinde, I. A., Olanite, J. A., Ojo, V. O. A., Onifade, O. S. Jolaoso, A. O. and Arigbede. A. M. (2018). Pastoralists’ grazing systems and eco-related outcomes in Yewa Division of Ogun State, Nigeria. Tropical Grasslands–Forrajes Tropicales, 6(1): 93–103. Published by the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), Celi Colombia. Accessible through DOI: 10.17138/TGFT(6)93-103
3. Lawal-Adebowle, O. A. (2018). Geospatial and socioeconomic traits encumbering tractorisation of farmland among crop farmers in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Water and Land Development, 38, xx–xx. (In press). Published by Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Technology and Life Sciences. Falenty, Poland.
4. Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2017). Effect of mobile telecommunication technologies on globalization of Nigerian rural areas. Journal of Rural Social Sciences, 32(2), 20-36. Published by the Southern Rural Sociological Association, Western Kentucky University, United States of America. http://journalofruralsocialsciences.org/pages/Articles/ JRSS%202017%2032/2/ JRSS%202017%2032%202%2020-36.pdf
5. Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2017). Effectiveness and sustainability of remedial actions for land restoration in Abeokuta urban communities, Ogun state, Nigeria. Journal of Water and Land Development. 32, 53- 61. DOI: 10.1515/jwld-2017-0006. Published by Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Technology and Life Sciences. Falenty, Poland. http://www.itp.edu.pl/wydawnictwo/journal/32_2017_I_III/Lawal%20Abedowale.pdf
6. Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2017). Essentialities of digital technology incorporation in research tasks by agro-researchers in Southwest Nigerian Farming Zone. International Journal of ICT Research in Africa and Middle East, 6 (2), 1 – 13. Published by IGI Publishing, United States of America. Available online at www.igi-global.com/article/agro-research-extensionpersonnel-knowledge/68380
7. Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2017). An overview of traditional livestock management system and its potentials as organic meat source in Nigeria. Journal of Organic Agriculture and Environment, 5(2), 78-92. Published by Association of Organic Agriculture Project in Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria (OAPTIN). http://www.oaptinjournal.org

 

8. Oso, O.A., Oyeyinka, R. A., Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. and Akerele, D. (2017). Organizational Reward and Job Tension among Nigerian Agriculture Researchers: Implications on Personnel Work-Attitudes. Pacific Journal of Science and Technology, 18(2), 221– 228. Published by Aakamai University, USA. Available at http://www.akamaiuniversity.us/PJST.htm.

 

9. Alarima, C. I., Aromolaran, A. K., Lawal-Adebowale, O. A., Sodiya, C. I. and Bankole, L. O. (2016). Stress Factors Affecting Agricultural Students’ Academic Performance in Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Annals of Child and Youths Studies, 7(2), 126–142. Published by National Research and Development Network of Children and Youth in Agriculture Programme in Nigeria. http://www.cyiapnetwork.org.

 

10. Lawal-Adebowle, O. A. (2015). Mobile ICT integration in extension service delivery: Case assessment of application variance in extension tasks executions in southwest Nigeria. Journal of Extension Systems, 31(2), 11 – 24. Published by Department of Agricultural and Extension Education, North Carolina University, Raleigh, United States of America. Available online at http://www.jesonline.org/2015Dec.htm#Lawal
11. Lawal-Adebowle, O. A. and Aromolaran, A. K. (2015). Indices of Land Degradation and Control Measures in Selected Urban Communities of Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria. International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable Development, 6(4), 55 – 67. Published by IGI Publishing, United States of America.
12 Adewumi, O. O., Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. and Adegbenle, D. O. (2015). Rural farm families’ probable acceptability of small ruminants’ milk for consumption in Ogun State. International Journal of Livestock Production, 6(7), 78–86. DOI: 10.5897/IJLP2015.0252
http://www.academicjournals.org/ article/article1437995242_Adewumi%20et%20al.pdf. Published by Academic Journals, Victoria Island, Lagos.
13 Lawal-Adebowale, O. A., and Oyekunle, O. (2014) Agro-students’ appraisal of online registration of academic courses in the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Ogun State Nigeria. International Journal of Education using Information and Communication Technology, 10(4), 139 – 154. http://ijedict.dec.uwi.edu/viewarticle.php?id=1935. Published by University of West Indies, West Indies.
14. Ojesanmi, A. O., Lawal-Adebowale, O. A., Banmeke, T. O. A. and Adebayo, A, A, (2014). Analysis of agricultural research institutes’ ICT integration and needs for research development in Southwest Zone of Nigeria. African Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology, 2 (1), 31–45. http://www.oceanicjournals.org/ajast. Published by Oceanic Journals, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.
15. Lawal-Adebowale, O. A., Bodunde, H. A., Sodiya, C. I., Adamu, C. O., Adebayo, A. O. and Aromolaran, A. K. (2013). Effect of agricultural education on in-school rural youths’ disposition to agriculture as means of livelihood in Ogun State. Annals of Child and Youths Studies, 4(1), 77–88. Published by National Research and Development Network of Children and Youth in Agriculture Programme in Nigeria. http://www.cyiapnetwork.org.
16. Aromolaran. A. K., Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. and Olaosebikan, O. (2013). Assessment of development projects by rural dwellers in Atakumas Local Government Area of Osun State, Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Development, 10(1), 40–47. Published by Sustainable Livelihood and Development Network for Africa (SLIDEN), Abeokuta, Nigeria. http://jsusdev.blogspot.com/2013/04/jsd-vol-10-no-1-march-2013- special.html
17 Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. and Omotayo, A. M. (2012). Agro-research and extension personnel’s knowledge of ICT applications for agricultural development in southwest-Nigeria. International Journal of ICT Research and Development in Africa, 3 (1): 46–63. Published by IGI Publishing, United States of America. Available online at www.igi-global.com/article/agro-research-extensionpersonnel-knowledge/68380
18 Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2012). Factors influencing small ruminant production in selected urban communities of Abeokuta, Ogun State. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production, 39(1): 218–228. Published by the Nigerian Society for Animal Production.
19. Afolami, C. A., Obayelu, A. E., Agbolahor, M. U. and Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2012). Socioeconomic analysis of rice farmers and effects of group formation on rice production in Ekiti and Ogun States of Southwest Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 4(4): 233–244. Published by the Canadian Centre of Science, Canada. Available online at http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/jas.v4n4p233.

 

20 Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. and Alarima, C. I.  (2011).Challenges of small ruminants production in selected urban communities of Abeokuta, Ogun State. Agriculturale Conspectus Scientificus, 76(2): 129–134. Published by Faculty of Agriculture, University of Zagreb, Croatia. Available online at http://hrcak.srce.hr/index.php?show=clanak &id_clanak_jezik=105190
21 Oyekunle, O., Olaoye, O. J., Lawal-Adebowale, O. A., and Ayanda, I. F. (2011).Analysis of Multimedia Channels of Information available to Fish Farmers in Ogun State, Nigeria.  Journal of Humanities, Social Science and Creative Arts, 6(1), 68–80. Published by the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.
22 Sodiya, C. I., Fakoya, E. O. and Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2011). Rural Women Use of Micro Finance in Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Farm Management, 12 (1): 14–20. Published by Farm Management Association of Nigeria.
23 Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. and Akeredolu-Ale, B. I.  (2010). Agricultural workers’     perception of information and communication technology usage for agricultural development in Southwest Nigeria. Journal of Social Development in Africa, 25 (2): 147 – 176. Published by the School of Social Works, University of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe. Available online at http://www.ajol.info/index.php/jsda/article/view/65060
24. Lawal-Adebowale, O. A., Fakoya, E. O. and Sodiya, C. I. (2010). Homestead gardening and   its contributory benefits to livelihood status of urban households in Ogun State. Journal of Forestry Research and Management. 7: 23 – 41. Published by the Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria.
25 Apantaku, S. O. and Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2009). ICT status of agricultural research and extension organisations in south-western Nigeria: policy implications for ICT-based information exchanges. Journal of Applied Agricultural Research.1: 3 – 12. Published by the Agricultural Research Council of Nigeria. Available online at http://www.jaar-ng.org/index.php?option=com_remository&Itemid=44&func=download&id=18&chk=7a176cd79d1d70f484f41f20c5411e51&no_html=1
26 Sodiya, C. I., Adedire, M. O. and Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2009). Land holding rights of Fulani pastoralists and its effect on the agropastoral production system in Ogun State, Nigeria. Tropicultura, 27(2): 65 – 69. Published by Agri-Oversea, Brussel. Available online at http://www.tropicultura.org/text/v27n2/65.pdf.
27 Isiaka, B. T., Lawal-Adebowale, O. A., and Oyekunle, O. (2009). Agricultural extension agents’ awareness of ICT potentials and training needs on usage for improved extension service delivery in selected states of southwest Nigeria. Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Creative Arts (JHSSCA) Series C.  Published by the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.
28 Sodiya, C. I., Lawal-Adebowale, O A. and Fabusoro, E. (2007). Effect of private and public extension services on adoption of promoted cassava-based technologies in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural and Food Information. 8(1): 35 – 45. Published by Haworth Press, United States of America. Available online at http://www.tandfonline.com/ doi/abs/10.1300/J108v08n01_05
29 Fabusoro, E. Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. and Akinloye, A. K. (2007). A study of rural livestock farmers’ patronage of veterinary services for healthcare of small farm animals in Ogun State. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production, 34(1): 132 – 138. Published by the Nigerian Society for Animal Production.
30 Lawal-Adebowale, O. A., Omotayo, A. M. and Okuneye, P. A. (2006). Estimation of rainfall indices for determination of length of growing season and timing of crop cultivation in Ogun State. Moor Journal of Agricultural Research. 7(1):56 – 62. Published by the Institute for Agricultural Research & Training.
31 Ashimolowo, O. R., Lawal-Adebowale, O. A., Sodiya, C. I. and Osamiluyi, O. B. (2006). Sedentarisation and Livelihoods: A Case Study of Fulani Women in Abeokuta North, Ogun State. Journal of Social Development in Africa. 21 (2): 103 – 118. Published by the School of Social Works, University of Zimbabwe. Available online at http://www.ajol.info/ index.php/jsda/article/view/65060
32. Sodiya, C. I., Ashimolowo, O. R., Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. and Adamu, C. O. (2006). Analysis of the Roles and Selected Activities of Fulani Women of the Sedentarised Pastoralists in Ogun State. The Ogun Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 4: 49 – 60. Published by Olabisi Onabanjo Univeristy, Ogun State, Nigeria
33. Lawal-Adebowale, O. A., Okuneye, P. A. and Apantaku, S. O. (2005). Rainfall variability in the rainforest zone and its implications for seasonal cropping activities in Ogun State. Bowen Journal of Agriculture. 2(2): 154 – 161. Published by Faculty of Agriculture, Bowen University. Available online at http://ajol.info/index.php/bja/article/view/41889.
34. Lawal-Adebowale O. A. and Oyegbami, A. (2004). Determinants of seasonal arable crop production among selected farmers in Ogun State. Moor Journal of Agricultural Research. 5(1): 49 – 58. Published by the Institute of Agricultural Research & Training.
35 Apantaku, S. O., Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. and Omotayo A. M. (2004): Rainfall distribution pattern and its implications for seasonal farming calendar of agricultural extension services in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Science, Sciences, Environment and Technology (ASSET) Series A. 4(1): 177 – 187. Published by University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
c. Chapters in books

 

36. Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2017). Urban agriculture practice in Nigeria: Dynamics of production, impacts and innovative actions for sustainability. In P. Gorawala and S. Mandhatri (Eds.). Agricultural Research Updates (Vol 19). pp 163–236. Published by Nova Science Publishers Inc., New York. https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info. php?products_id=61249

 

37. Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2017). Food education: an essential tool for stimulating households’ cognition of nutritional values of safe and quality food consumption in Nigeria. In A. Méndez-Vilas (Ed.) Science within Food: Up-to-date Advances on Research and Educational Ideas. pp 106–116. Published by Formatex Research Centre, Badajoz, Spain. Available online at http://www.formatex.info/foodscience1/book/106-116.pdf

 

38 Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2015). Mobile Phone Revolution and its Dimensional Social and Economic Impacts in Nigeria’s Context. In P. E. Thomas, M. Srihari & S. Kaur (Eds). Handbook of Research on Cultural and Economic Impacts of the Information Society. pp 441–472. Published by IGI Publishing, USA. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-8598-7.ch017
41 Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2014). Rural ICT penetration: An exposition of integration and exploration potentials for rural development in Nigeria. In D. Das Gupta (ed.). Advances in extension education and rural development. pp 137–150. Published by Agrobios, India. Available online at www.agrobiosindia.com/searchresult.aspx?type0&text=advances%20in% 20extension %20education%20and%20rural%20 development.
42 Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2014). Conceptual model of ICT integration in research-extension-farmer linkage system for the Nigerian agricultural system. In D. Das Gupta (ed.). Advances in extension education and rural development. pp 215–224. Published by Agrobios, India. Available online at www.agrobiosindia.com/searchresult.aspx?type0&text=advances%20in% 20extension %20education%20and%20rural%20 development.
43. Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2013). ICT in Agricultural Development: Its Diffusion and Adoption Pattern in Nigeria’s Agricultural System. In B. Mamube & C. Z. Patrikakis (eds.) E-Agriculture and Rural Development: Global Innovations and Future Prospects. pp 60 – 67. Published by IGI Global Publishing, United States of America. Available online at http://www.igi-global.com/chapter/ict-agricultural-development/72267.
44 Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2012). Dynamics of Ruminant Livestock Management in the Context of the Nigerian Agricultural System. In K. Javed (ed.), Livestock Production. pp 61–80. http://www.intechopen.com/articles/show/title/dynamics-of-ruminant-livestock-management-in-the-context-of-the-nigerian-agricultural-system. Published by In Tech Open Science, Slavka Krautzeka, Croatia. http://www.intechopen.com/
45 Apantaku, S. O. and Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2012). Community development:      conceptual perspectives and definitions. In S. F. Adedoyin (ed.), Rural, Agricultural and Environmental Sociology in Nigerian, 44–54. Published by Nigerian Rural Sociological Association.
46 Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2009). Information and communication technology: its potentials for enhanced agricultural extension services and rural development. In J. U. Agbamu (Ed.), Perspectives in Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, 214–258. Owerri: Published by Springfield Publishers.
 
  1. Edited Conference Proceedings
47. Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2015). Nigerian agriculture in the oil dregs: Enacting responsive action for its mining and economic development of the nation. Proceeding of Agricultural Society of Nigeria (ASN). S. I. Omeje, S. O. Emosairue, C. C. Chukwuji, L. Bratte, J. O. Isikwenu, R. A. Isiorhovoja and M. O. Agbogidi (Eds). Published by Agricultural Society of Nigeria. pp 246 – 249

 

48. Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2013). ICT-Agriculture integration: A pathway to transformational development of Nigeria; agriculture. Proceeding othe 47th Annual Conference of the Agricultural Society of Nigeria (ASN). J. A., Adeniran, J. O. Saka, A. G. Ibrahim, M. O. Adenekan, A. O. Atere and V. A. Adeyemi (eds.). pp 862 – 866. Published by ASN.
49 Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2012). Cognition of agroclimate change: An essentiality for amenable farm enterprise production and responsive extension service delivery in Nigeria. Proceedings the 17th Annual Conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON).  M. C. Madukwe (ed). pp 260 – 271. Published by AESON.
50. Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2011). Technical issues in productive resources development and the policy framework for agricultural transformation in Nigeria. Proceedings 25th Annual Conference of Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN), S. A. Odedina, Osuntade, O. B., Adebayo, K., Awodun, M. O. and Fapohunda, O. O. (eds.), 124 – 131. Published by FAMAN
51 Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2011). Telecom sector policy deregulation and mobile phone diffusion in Nigeria – an assessment of impact on adoption and usage. Proceeding 3rd Annual Conference of African Society for Information and Communication Technology (ASICT), V. Mbarika, Boatrng, R. and Longe, E. (Eds.) 113 – 120. Published by ASICT
52 Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2010). ICT in agriculture: overcoming the challenge in the Nigerian agricultural system. Proceedings 15th Annual Conference of Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON), M. C. Madukwe (ed) 177 – 185. Published by AESON.
53 Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2008). Information and communication technology development policy: the implications for enhanced research-extension-farmer linkage system in Nigeria. Proceedings 13th Annual Conference of Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON), M. C. Madukwe (ed) 120 – 131. Published by AESON.
54 Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2007). “Fixed wireless telephony system”: a helpline for bridging rural digital divide and transformation of rural communities in Southwest Nigeria. Proceedings 16th Annual Conference of Nigerian Rural Sociological Association (NRSA), A. A. Ladele (ed.) 241 -245. Published by NRSA.
55 Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2007). Essentials of information and communication technology infrastructure in agricultural and rural development. Proceedings 21st Annual Conference of Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN), J. Aihonsu, Oubanjo, O. O., Akinleye, S. O. And Okuneye, P. A. (eds.) 241 -245. Published by FAMAN.
56 Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. and Adebayo, K. (2006). Information and communication technologies: pathways for effecting feedback in mass method of extension message delivery. Proceedings 11th Annual Conference of Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON), M. C. Madukwe (ed.) 183 – 189. Published by AESON.

 

  1. Oral conference/seminar presentations
  2. Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2018). Emerging information and communication technologies and its appropriation for social and economic usage by smallholder farmers in Nigeria. Presentation at the 4th conference of the International Association of Agricultural Information Specialists (IAALD), held between May 30 and June 1, 2018, at Leriba Hotel and Spa, Centurion, South Africa

 

  1. Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2016). Exploration of experiential teaching and learning for motivational development of new generations of farmers: The Nigerian situation. Presentation at the XIV World Congress of International Rural Sociology Association, August 10 – 14, 2016. Ryerson University, Toronto Ontario
  1. Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. (2016). Mobile telecommunication penetration in Nigeria and its transitional effects on rural dwellers’ social relations reconfiguration in the globalisation drives. Presentation at the XIV World Congress of International Rural Sociology Association, August 10–14, 2016. Ryerson University, Toronto Ontario

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