Mrs. Ademuyiwa Simbiat Abidemi

Mrs. Ademuyiwa Simbiat Abidemi

Position : 

Lecturer

Email Address: 

Faculty : 

Department : 

Location: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles in Circulation

  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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