Peer Reviewed Journal Articles in Circulation
- Ademuyiwa S.A (2015). Utilization of Female Journalists as Political News Sources in Nigeria. COMMUNICATION PANORAMA African and Global Perspectives Volume 1 Number 2 Nov-Dec 2015.
- Ademuyiwa S.A (2015). Effect of Late Night Television Viewing on Students Academic Performance in Secondary Schools in Nigeria. International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Review Volume 5 No 2. A publication of Platiumlink communication services, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State.
- Ademuyiwa S.A, Onagwa I.O,Ismail F.O,Dr Aliede J.E, (2014) Publishing Agricultural Findings in Nigerian Indigenous Languages: Challenges and Issues. Journal of Contemporary Communication. Volume 1, No.3. A publication of Centre for Research Communication and Development,Enugu,Nigeria.
- Ademuyiwa S.A. (2014). Contributions of Social Media to Educational Development Among Nigerian Youths. International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Review Volume 4.No.4. A publication of Platiumlink communication services, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State.
- Ademuyiwa S.A,Onagwa G.I,Onu R.and Okwori Onagwa B.V (2012). Strategies for Enhancing the Role of Mass Media Advertising in Promoting HIV/AIDS eradication in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Home Economics Volume 3 No 2.A publication of Home Economics Council of Nigeria.
- Ademuyiwa S.A,Onagwa G.I,Onu R.and Okwori E. (2010). Implications of Parents –Child Communication for the Sexual Health of Nigerian Youths. West African Journal of Physical and Health Education. Volume 14. A publication of Department of Human Kinetics and Health Education, University of Ibadan. Nigeria.
SELECTED PRESENTATIONS AT CONFERENCES SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS
1. Ademuyiwa S.A. (2015). Utilisation of Female Journalist as Political news sources in Nigeria being a paper presented at the 17th National Conference /AGM held at the Department of Linguistics and Communication, University of Calabar, Calabar, October 20-23,2015
2. Ademuyiwa S.A. (2014). Contributions of Social Media to Educational Development Among Nigerian Youths being a paper presented at the 16th National Conference /AGM held at the Department of Mass Communication, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, March 10-12, 2014