Prof.

LADEBO Olugbenga Jelil 

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  • Ph.D., University of Ibadan, Ibadan 1996-2001
  • M.Sc., University of Ibadan, Ibadan 1990-1991
  • B.Sc., University of Ibadan, Ibadan 1981-1986
  • National Youth Service Award (1987).
  • UNAAB Vice-Chancellor’s Letter of Commendation and Appreciation (2007).
  • Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria.
  • International Agribusiness and Management Association (IAMA), USA.
  • International Association of Agricultural Extension Educators (IAAEE), USA.
  • Behavioral and Applied Management Association (USA).

Refereed and Published Conference Proceedings

  1. Ladebo, O. J., & B. I. Kassal (1995). Information needs and sources of information for aquaculture farmers in Nigeria”. Proceedings of the 9th/10th Annual conference of Nigerian Association for Aquatic Sciences, UNAAB, 30th November – 2nd December, 1995. pp 45-59.
  2. Ladebo, O. J., Oduguwa, O., & Oduguwa, B. O. (1997). Characterization and the management of indigineous fodder by some farming communities in Oyo State of Nigeria”. In Ogunyemi, S. and L. O. Ojo (Eds); Biodiversity Utilization for Sustainable Development. Selected Papers from the 1997 Biennial Conference of the Ecological society of Nigeria (ECOSON) held at the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, 23rd – 27th November, 1997. pp 179-184.

Works Under Review & Preparation

  1. Ladebo, O. J. Correlates of academic burnout among agriculture undergraduate students in  Southwest Nigeria.
  2. Ladebo, O. J. Job satisfaction as a mediator of outcomes of perceived organizational support and protestant work ethics.
  3. Ladebo, O. J. Determinants and consequences of academic engagement among Nigerian
    agricultural faculty.

RECENT CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

  1. Ladebo, O. J., Olaoye, O. J., & Adamu, C. O. (2008). Extension personnel’s self-esteem  and workplace relationships: Implication for job satisfaction and affective organizational commitment foci. Paper submitted to the 13th Annual Conference of Agricultural Extension
    Society of  Nigeria (AESON) held at Micheal Opara University of Agriculture, Umudike (8th – 11th April, 2008).
  2. A-one day workshop themed Sustaining Capacity for Supplying Evidence for Agricultural and Rural Development  Policies and Strategies held at University of Ibadan, Ibadan (28th April, 2008).
  3. Sixteen Annual Congress of Nigerian Rural Sociological Association held at Bowen University (13th – 17th August, 2007). Theme: Powering the Agricultural and Rural Transformation Process in Nigeria.
  4. Fifteen Annual Congress of the Nigerian Rural Sociological Association held The University of Ado-Ekiti, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State (6th – 9th November, 2006).
  5. Eleventh Annual Conference of Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON) held at the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State (3rd – 6th April, 2006).

Dissertations

  1. Ladebo, O. J. (1985). Attitudinal survey of farmers of Lagelu and Akinyele Local Government Areas to the land development scheme of Upper-Ogun-Osun River Basin and Rural Development Authority, (Unpublished B.Sc Project Report).
  2. Ladebo, O. J. (1991). Assessment of National Directorate of Employment (Graduate Farming Scheme) in Ogun State, (Unpublished M.Sc Thesis).
  3. Ladebo, O. J. (2001). Appraisal of institutional performance of selected Nigerian Universities offering agriculture in Southern Nigeria, (Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis).

Learned Journals

  1. Ladebo, O. J., Kassal, B. I. & Collins, B. O. (1997). The effect of radio farm broadcast on farmers knowledge of improved farm practices in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Extension Systems, 13(1), 121-127.
  2. Ladebo, O. J., & Garba, H. I.(1998). Assessment of wheat producing potentials of Hadejia Local Government Area of Jigawa State, Nigeria. Nigerian Rural Sociologist, 2, 41-48.
  3. Ladebo, O. J., & Agbamu, J. U. (1998). Influence of socio-economic and communication factors as determinants of the utilization of soybean in Odeda  Local Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Extension Systems, 14(1), 84-96. (Abstract)
  4. Ladebo, O. J., & Osemkwe, C. (1999). Performance evaluation of an agricultural technology -The case of improved cassava varieties in Delta State, Nigeria. Nigerian Rural Sociologist, 3, 84-91.
  5. Ladebo, O. J. (1999). Determinants of adoption of new technology among rice farmers in Ifo Local Government of Ogun State, Nigeria. Acta Universitatis Agricultrae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis,  XLVII(3), 83 – 87.
  6. Ladebo, O. J. (2001). Determinants of organizational commitment among faculty staff of Nigerian  Universities. ASSET, Series A, 1(2), 11-21.
  7. Ladebo, O. J.  (2002). Analysis of issues related to commitment of extension personnel of Oyo and Ogun State Agricultural Development Programs. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production, 29(1), 71-75.
  8. Ladebo, O. J., & Tanimowo, G. (2002). Extension personnel sexual behavior and attitudes toward HIV/AIDS in South-Western Nigeria. African Journal of Reproductive Health, 6(2), 51-59. (Abstract)
  9. Ladebo, O. J. (2003). Attitudes toward research and teaching at some Nigerian agricultural university institutions. Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, 9(2), 83-91.
  10. Ladebo, O. J. (2003). Sexual harassment in academia in Nigeria: How real? African Sociological Review, 7(1), 117-130.
  11. Ladebo, O. J. (2003). Organizational commitment as predictor of job performance among faculty: Implications for development of agricultural technology in Nigeria. Journal of International Agricultural and Extension Education, 10(3), 57-64.
  12. Ladebo, O. J. (2004). Relationship between agricultural trainees’ performance and satisfaction with academic program. Journal of International Agricultural and Extension Education, 11(1), 55-60.
  13. Ladebo, O. (2004). Employees’ personal motives for engaging in citizenship behaviors: The case of workers in Nigeria’s agriculture industry. Current Research in Social Psychology, 9(16), 220-233. (Abstract)
  14. Ladebo, O. J. (2004). Job behavior and attitudes of agricultural faculty: Beyond the influence of biographical factors. Journal of Extension Systems, 20(1), 18-31.
  15. Ladebo, O. J. (2004). Agricultural trainees’ and extension personnel’s attitudes toward HIV/AIDS: Implications for extension service delivery in Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, 10(1), 13-22. (Abstract)
  16. Ladebo, O. J., & Shopeju, J. O. (2004). Sexual harassment: perceptions and coping strategies among undergraduate students in a Nigerian University of Agriculture. Acta Academica, 36(3), 223-238.
  17. Ladebo, O. J., Adamu, C. O., & Adeoye, O. (2005). Relative contributions of perceived organizational support and organizational justice to extension personnel’s job satisfaction. Journal of International Agricultural and Extension Education, 12(1), 65-75.
  18. Ladebo, O. J., (2005). Effects of work-related attitudes on the intention to leave the profession: An examination of school teachers in Nigeria. Educational Management Administration and Leadership, 34(3), 355-369. (Abstract)
  19. Ladebo, O. J. (2005). Relationship between citizenship behaviors and tendencies to withdraw: A study among agribusiness employees. Swiss Journal of Psychology, 64(1), 41-50.  (Abstract)
  20. Ladebo, O. J., & Oloruntoba, A. (2005). Effects of stressors, positive affectivity, and coping strategies on the well-being of agricultural faculty. Acta Academica, 37(3), 212-233.
  21. Ladebo, O. J. (2005). Implications of adequacy of infrastructural facilities for performance of agriculture trainees’ in selected Nigerian universities. Moor Journal of Agriculture, 5(1), 154-161.
  22. Ladebo, O. J. (2006). Perceptions of trust and employees’ attitudes: A look at Nigeria’s agricultural extension workers. Journal of Business and Psychology, 20(3), 409-427.  (Abstract)
  23. Ladebo, O. J. (2006). Perceptions of organizational politics: Examination of a situational antecedent and consequences among Nigeria’s extension personnel. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 55(2), 255-281. (Abstract)
  24. Ladebo, O. J., & Awotunde, J. M. (2007). Emotional and behavioral reactions to work overload: Self-efficacy as a moderator. Current Research in Social Psychology, 13(8), 86-100. (Abstract)
  25. Ladebo, O. J., Awotunde, J. M., & AbdulSalaam-Sagir, P. (2008). Coworkers’ and supervisor interactional justice: Correlates of extension personnel’s job satisfaction, distress, and aggressive behavior. Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management, 9(2),   206-225.
  26. Ladebo, O. J., Olaoye, O. J., & Adamu, C. O. (2008). Extension personnel’s self-esteem and workplace relationships: Implication for job satisfaction and affective organizational commitment foci. Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension,14(3), 251-265.
  27. Ladebo, O. J. (2008). Perceived supervisory support and organizational citizenship behaviors: Is job satisfaction a mediator? South African Journal of Psychology, 38(3), 479-488.
  28. Ladebo, O. J. (2009). Emotional exhaustion and strain reactions: Perceived organizational support as a moderator. South African Journal of Psychology, 39(1), 46-58.

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