Olaifa, T.A: Publications

(a)  Thesis/Dissertations      

  1. Olaifa, T. A. (2014). The Gacaca Jurisdictions and the Challenges of Alternative Conflict Management Institution in Post-Conflict Rwanda. An unpublished PhD Thesis, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.
  1. Olaifa, T.A. (2005). Effectiveness of Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Critical Examination of the Out-of-Court Settlement as Exemplified on the Gateway Television Programme, ‚ÄėOlowogbogboro‚Äô. An unpublished Msc. Dissertation submitted to University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

    

(i)Journal Articles in Print

*10. Olaifa Temitope (2017). Capturing Subjective Elements in Conflict Monitoring and Evaluation. Journal of Administrative Sciences. 14(1&2).

                      Publisher: Institute of Public Administration and Extension Services. University of  Benin, Benin City. Nigeria. Date of Acceptance: 8th March, 2018.

*11. Olaifa Temitope (2017). Revisiting Morocco and Sustainable Peace in Western Sahara.

           Kaduna Journal of Sociology. 5 (5).

                      Publisher: Department of Sociology, Kaduna State University, Kaduna. Nigeria.

                     

*     Olaifa Temitope & Adekunle Damilola (2017). A Critical Overview of UN’s Humanitarian Interventions and its Security Implications for African Conflicts. African Journal of Politics and Diplomacy.

                      Publisher: Centre for African American Research Studies (CAARS). University of Forte Hare, Eastern Cape. South Africa.

*12. Olaifa Temitope, Bosede Sotiloye & Ima-ima Dare (2017). Management of Ethno- linguistic Conflict: A comparative Analysis of Belgian and Nigerian Models.

                      Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Creative Arts. Vol. 12

                      Publisher: Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.

                   

      

¬†+*1. Olaifa, Temitope. 2016. ‚ÄúThe Media and the Fight against Trafficking Child Labour in Nigeria.‚ÄĚ Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization ¬†54: 81-86.

Publisher: International Institute for Science, Technology and Education . USA.      

¬†+2. Olaifa Temitope 2013. ‚ÄėOut-of-Court Third Party Intervention in the Media: A case Study‚Äô. Journal for Peace and Justice Studies. 23 (2):139-154.

          Publisher: The Center for Peace and Justice Education, Villanova University, USA.

+3. Olaifa Temitope and Danjibo Dominic 2013.’The 1994 Rwandan Crisis: Genocide or War?’ International Journal for World Peace 30 (3) 31-54. USA.

           Publisher: Professors World Peace Academy. ISSN 0742-3640.

+4. Tope Olaifa 2012: ‚ÄėCorruption and Sustainable Peace in Nigeria: Equipping Youth For Reconstruction‚Äô. International Journal for World Peace. 29 (3). USA.

                       Publisher: Professors World Peace Academy. ISSN 0742-3640.

. 5. Olaifa, T. A. (2009) ‚ÄėElimination of Violence against Women: Hope for Peace and Sustainable Development?‚Äô International Journal of Development Studies. 4 (1) 87-91.

      Publisher: International Research and Development Institute. Uyo.

 

Articles Accepted for Publication

 *8. Olaifa Temitope (2018). Triggers of Violence against Children in Abeokuta Metropolis of Ogun State, Nigeria. Kaduna Journal of Political Science. Vol. 5(1).

       Publisher: Department of Political Science, Kaduna State University.

  Date of Acceptance: 31st May, 2018.

*9. Olaifa Temitope, (2017). Conflict Monitoring and Security Risk Assessment of Seme Border of Nigeria and the Republic of Benin. Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Creative Arts. Vol. 12.

         Publisher: Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.

  Date of Acceptance:

 (ii) Books

+*13. Olaifa Temitope 2017. Issues in Gender Discourse. Bonn.

                   Publisher: Lambert Academic Publishers.  Available online  

                   https://www.ebay.de/p/Issues-in-Gender-Discourse-von-Temitope-Olaifa-2017-    Taschenbuch/241808093 iid=312096609885&_trksid=p2047675.m4096.l9055

 

*14. Onifade, Adenike, Olaifa Temitope, Odozor Uche and Imonhopi David 2015. Studies in Arts and Social Sciences. Abeokuta.

                 Publisher: Jacob & Lydia Publishers.

 

*15. Akeredolu-ale Bola, Bodunde Helen, Sotiloye Bosede, Aduradola Remi, Adebiyi Alphonsus and Olaifa Temitope 2014. Studies in English Language and Literature. Abeokuta.

                 Publisher: Jacob & Lydia Publishers.

 

 

 (iv) Chapter in a Book

          Olaifa, Temitope (2019).Application of Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanism to Property Dispute in Ilaro, Ogun State, Nigeria. In D. Imhonopi, Anthony Onwumah, Tayo

          George & Mercy Ozoya (eds) The Social Sciences and Sustainable Development in the 21st Century Africa.

          Publisher: Department of Sociology, Covenant University. Otta. Nigeria. 

*16. Olaifa T.A. 2016. ‚ÄėWhen Spouses Kill the Present and the Future‚Äô in Gender Based Violence in Nigeria and Beyond. 2016 (243-256). In Albert, I.O., Omotoso, S.A. and¬† Akeredolu, A. (eds.) Ibadan: Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies.

        Olaifa Temitope (2017). Re-echoing the Need for Contexualising Traditional Conflict Resolution Mechanism as a Judicial Option inin Post Conflict African States. In Nwaodu, N.O., E. O. C. Ijeoma & B.P. Wanda (eds) Regional Integration, Globalisation & Development in Africa (ECOSOC/SADC/ECOWAS EDITION).

                Publisher: Institute of Development Assistance Management, IDAM, University  of Forte Hare, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

(v) Accepted Papers in Book Publication

¬†+*17. Olaifa Temitope (2018) ‚ÄėPublic Enlightenment and Climate Change: Need for Civil Society Intervention‚Äô. In Active Promoting of Peace: Global Perspectives on Personal Peace, Children and Adolescents and Social Justice.

              Publisher: Peace Psychology Division, American Psychology Association. USA.

 

(v) Edited Conference Proceedings

¬†¬† *18. Olaifa Tope (2011) ‚ÄėA Teacher/Writer as an Asset for the Curriculum and Social Development‚Äô in Badejo, A. & Akeredolu,A. (eds) Conference Proceedings of the International Conference 2011, Faculty of Education, Lagos State University Conference on Democratization, Good Governance and Education. 26th-30th July 2011.

(vi) Technical Reports

  1.  Olaifa, Tope A. (2007): Contingency Plan Prepared in Respect of Odokala Gully Erosion of Ijebu-Ode and Owa River-Bank Communities’ Flooding at Odogbolu Local Govt. in Ogun State. 14 pages. West Africa Network for Peacebuilding (WANEP).        
  1. Andrew Gwaivangmin and Olaifa Tope A. (2010): End-of-Phase Evaluation of Tekan Peace Desk, Jos Plateau State. 32 pages. Lutheran World Federation, USA.

 *21.   Awotunde, J. M., O. Oguntoke, T. A. Olaifa, O. T. Adenubi (2010). Report of Diagnostic Survey Conducted in Ekiti State, South-Western Nigeria. Submitted to Research and Development Centre (RESDEC), University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Nigeria.

  1. Olatosimi Kola, Tope Olaifa and Akinsanya Moji (2012) Final Report on the Third-Party Evaluation of the 2ND EISR of the World Bank Assisted FADAMA III Project in Nigeria. World Bank.
  1. Ngoyi Patrick and Temitope Olaifa 2013. Report of the Research Conducted on the Performance of the Ogun State Government in Budget Implementation for the years 2012 and 2013.

+*24.  Houmey Meteteiton, Aisha Fontana Ibrahim, Odette Kabaya, Ndioro Ndiaye, Fatime Christiane N’Diaye, Temitope Olaifa, Bouba Qualey (2016). Africa Human Development Report 2016: Accelerating Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment   in Africa.

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