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Dr. B.A AJIJOLA

Senior Lecturer

Historical Background

AJIJOLA, Bashir Amoda was born in Lagos in the year 1964 to the family of Alhaji Ajijola Amoda and Alhaja Shifahu Amoda. He started educational career in the year 1970 at the LSMB Primary School, Koko Araromi, IfelodunLGA, Kwara State, He obtained his 1st and 2nd degree in Mass Communication from the prestigious university of Lagos in the year 1989 and 2004 respectively. Ajijola bagged his PhD in Health Communication from Babcock University, Ilishan Remo Ogun State. He has many publications to his credit. Is a seasoned lecturer.

Educational History

Ajijola started is educational career in the year 1970 at the LSMB Primary School, Koko Araromi, IfelodunLGA, Kwara State, He obtained his 1st and 2nd degree in Mass Communication from the prestigious university of Lagos in the year 1989 and 2004 respectively. Ajijola bagged his PhD in Health Communication from Babcock University, Ilishan Remo Ogun State.

Qualifications

PhD.

Research Interest

Developmental Communication, Broadcasting and Public Relation

Publications

        1. 1. Ajijola, B. A. (2011) HIV- Voluntary Testing Counseling as a Communication Approach C.I.R.S.D. Journal vol.3 no 2 pp 123 – 134.
          2. Ajijola, B. A. & J. B. Ige (2011) Media Multiplicity and Accessibility Challenges in Nigeria Springboard Journal No. 1 vol.3.
          3. Ajijola, B. A. (2012) Media Ethics and Environment of Journalism practice: The Nigeria Experience Springboard Journal No.1 vol.4.
          4. Ajijola, B. A. &Oladimeji L. F. (2012). An Assessment of the impact of Dawah through the Electronic and Social Media among Muslim in Nigeria. Al-Hikmah Journal of the Humanities vol.1 No.1&2.
          5. Oketumbi, E. O. O., Ajijola, B. A. &Omoloso, A. I. (2014). Communication techniques for security and national development in contemporary Nigeria. Al-Hikmah Journal of Education Vol.1 No.2.
          6. Ajijola, B.A. (2014) Postal Service and Corporate Social Responsibility: Challenges and Prospect for Sustainable Development. Entrepreneurial Journal of Management Sciences. Vol.3 No.1.
          7. Ajijola, B.A., Okunade, J.K. &Onayinka, T. (2015) Mass Communication and Mass iIncommunication in Nigeria: A revisit. New media and Mass Communication ISSN 2224-3267 (Paper) ISSN 2224-3275 (online) 47-53.
          8. Wonuola, M. M., Ajijola, B. A. &Owolabi, A. S. (2015) Role of Social Media On Education: A Study of Youth Education in Tertiary Institution in Kwara State (Accepted for Publication).
          9. OwolabiA.S, Ajijola. B.A&Wonuola, M.M. (2017) Influence of the perceive portrayal of Female Artistes in Nigerian HIP HOP Music Videos on the Cultural Values of Nigerian Youths. Crutech Journal of Communication vol.1 No.1.
          10. AjijolaB.A, Owolabi. .A.S, OlowuG.O (2016) Social media role in political mobilization and orientation of general election (accepted for publication).
          11. OwolabiA.S, Akashoro. G.O, Arikewuyo. A.O, AjijolaB.A (2018). An examination of Audience perception of Role of Media and Culture Advertisement (Accepted for Publication).

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