Dr Femi Aderinto
- Name: FEMI-ADERINTO, Adedolapo Modupe
- (a) E-mail address(es):firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mobile Phone Number(s):08036321002; 08189463606
- Akande, J.O.; Babalola, A.C.& Aboderin, A.M. (2009). Patriarchy and Rural Women Participation in Basic Literacy Education in Nigeria: Implication for Adult Counselling Services. In E.R.I. Afolabi, B. I. Popoola & O. O. Ojo (Eds.) Readings in Education for National Development (pp. 53-62). Ife: Department of Educational Foundations and Counselling.
- Babalola, A. C., &Aboderin, A. M. (2016). An Assessment of the Level of Awareness of Road Users to Traffic Rules and Regulations on Nigerian Roads: Imperative for Literacy Citizenship Education in Nigeria. In S. U. Fwatshak (Ed.) Contemporary Nigeria: Transitional Agencies of Change. (pp 209-235). Austin: Pan- African University Press.
- Akande, J.O., Babalola, A.C.&Aboderin, A.M. (2008). Understanding and Utilizing Adult Learners’ Socio-Cultural Climate: A Lesson for Adult and Community Educators in Nigeria. In International Journal of Literacy Education, 5 (1), 125-132.
- Aboderin, A.M. (2013). Rural Women’s Literacy Attainments and their Understanding of the Intersection of Sustainable Livelihood and Democratic Practice. In Adult Education in Nigeria, 19(1), 50-62.
- Femi-Aderinto, A.M. (2014). An Assessment of Community Education Activities of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Members in Osun State. In Ife Journal of Educational Studies, 15(1), 1-10.
- Adebisi, T.A. & Femi-Aderinto A.M. (2016). Roles of Community Day’s Celebration in Community Development: Ife and Ipetumodu Communities as Case Studies. In Journal of Media Education Technology and Communication, 3(1), 10-17.
- Babalola, A.C., & Femi-Aderinto, A. M. (2018).E-Literacy: New Technologies, Academics and Administrative Responsibilities in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. InThe Educational Review, USA, 2(3), 222-232.
- Simeon-Fayomi B.C., Fayomi A.O. &Femi-Aderinto A.M. (2013). The Future of Entrepreneurship and the Role of Adult Education in Nigeria. In M. Boucouvalas (Ed.) Proceedings of the 2013 International Pre-Conference of the Commission for International Adult Education (CIAE) of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) (pp. 201-215). Lexington, Kentucky: CIAE of AAACE.
- Femi-Aderinto A.M.&Olatunji, T.I. (2017). Security Risks and Challenges Confronting Female Itinerant Merchants: A Case of the Yoruba Alájàpáin Modákẹ́kẹ́, South-western Nigeria. In M.Ukpong-Afolayan, K. O. Olayode& O. Mejiuni (Ed.) Proceedings of the 2017 Bi-ennial International Conference. (pp 96-102). Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
The focus of my research is community development geared towards exploring women issues as it pertains to their health, family life, work/job/vocation/livelihood, leisure, religiosity, cultural orientation. I am also interested in contributing to knowledge by exploring the beauty of formal, non-formal and informal human relationships and how relationships result in learning for overcoming challenges.