Sexuality in indigenous Migration within Urban Sprawl in Nigeria: Implications for Industrial Development
Migration and other forms of mobility though informed by variety of social, economic or political motives, the emotional, affective and sexual liaisons attachments and expectations could also be powerful. The study examined the impact of sexual activities among migrants on sustainable industrial development in Nigeria. Data for this study was extracted from 2009 World Bank dataset on...
Published at In Imhonopi David and Ugochukwu M. Urim (eds.) Trajectory to Industrial Development in Nigeria.” Department of Sociology, Covenant University. Ota, Nigeria. 2014.
Published in 2014
AMOO Emmanuel O*, Adetoro Gbemisola and Ola-David Oluyomi
Samuel Gbemisola » Samuel Gbemisola W. had her first, second and third degrees in Demography and Social Statistics from Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria. Her thesis was titled, “Proximate Determinants: The Pathways of Influence of Underlying Factors on Under-five Mortality in Nigeria”. she is an alumni of the Young Scientists Summer Programme, Laxenburg, Austria. She has collaboration with the UN-Habitat,... view full profile
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Levels and Trends in Under-five Mortality: An Empirical Evidence from Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey (2003-2013)
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