Akpomuje Paul is interested in social justice issues, gender and diversity, emancipatory pedagogies, critical multicultural education, diaspora, displacement, military education, and humanitarian emergencies. Informal learning and visual and critical literacy undergird his research within these contexts. He is the Managing Editor for African Journal of Adult Learning and Editorial Board Member of Collections: A Journal for Museums and Archives Professional (Sage Journal)
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- Akpomuje, P. (2019). The relationship between Nigerian University students’ body literacy level and their awareness of embodied learning. In V. X. Wang (ed.), Handbook of Research on Transdisciplinary Knowledge Generation. (pp. 296-310) Hershey PA: IGI Global. Available on ResearchGate, Google Scholar, and Semantic Scholar
- Adebisi, T. A., Akinsooto T. A. and Akpomuje P. Y. (2015). Idle hands the devil’s workshop: creating jobs to foster peaceful and harmonious living in Nigeria. Adult Education in Nigeria– Journal of the Nigerian National Council for Adult Education, 20(1), 49-57. The Journal is domiciled at the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.
- Akpomuje, P. and Akinsooto, T. A. (2016). Adults’ informal learning experiences using the social media in a Nigerian University. Ife Journal of Behavioural Research, 8(1 & 2), 85-95. The Journal is domiciled at the Department of Educational Foundations and Counselling, Faculty of Education, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
- Akpomuje, P. (2017). Gender-role socialisation and academic performance of female navy personnel during continuing professional education: implications for security challenges in Nigeria. Journal of Military Learning, 1(2), 21-30. The Journal is domiciled at the United States Army University, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, United States. Available on Google Scholar and Semantic Scholar
- Obilade, O. and Akpomuje, P. (2017). The need for lifelong learning in Nigeria’s banking industry. Teaching in Lifelong Learning, 8(1), DOI: 10.5920/till.2017.02. The Journal is domiciled at the University of Huddersfield, Queensgate, Huddersfield West Yorkshire, England. Available on Google Scholar and Semantic Scholar
- Femi-Aderinto, A. M. and Akpomuje, P. (2017). How power issues affect health literacy for women in Nigeria. African Journal of Gender and Development. The Journal is domiciled at the Centre for Gender and Social Policy Studies, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
- Akinsooto, T. A. and Akpomuje, P. (2018). Achieving sustainable development goals through adult informal learning. Australian Journal of Adult Learning, 58(3), 426- 448. The Journal is domiciled at Deakin University, Victoria, Australia. Available on Google Scholar and Semantic Scholar
- Akpomuje, P. (2018). Not the gender; but the agenda: contending gender issues and improving women’s access to continuing professional education in the workplace. Ife Journal of Behavioural Research.
- Akpomuje, P. (2019). Learning in museums and arts galleries in Nigeria: exploring arts-based adult learning through collections. Collection: A Journal of Museums and Archive Professionals, 15(1), 42-61. The Journal is domiciled at Sage Publishing, California, the United States. Available on ResearchGate, Google Scholar and Semantic Scholar
- Babalola, A. C. and Akpomuje, P. (2020). Advocating Attitudinal Change to Waste Disposal and Environmental Health Promotion through Adult and Non-Formal Education in Nigeria. Journal of Teaching and Teacher Education, 8(2). The Journal is domiciled at the University of Bahrain, Bahrain. Available on Google Scholar and Semantic Scholar
- Akpomuje, P. and Mejiuni, O. (2020). Key gender issues in the military education in Nigeria and a call for gender-sensitive security sector reforms. Zambian Journal of Adult Education, 2(1). The Journal is domiciled at the University of Zambia, Zambia. Available on Google Scholar
Akpomuje, P., Akinsooto, T. A., & Mejiuni, O. (Upcoming). Informal Transformative Learning Experiences from Humanitarian Emergencies and other Life Events and Transitions. Palgrave Handbook of Learning for Transformation