Dr. Bamidele   Rasak

Dr. Bamidele Rasak

Senior Lecturer
Landmark University, Nigeria


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Sociology from University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria

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Area of Interest:

Social Sciences
100%
Sociology of Development
62%
Physiological Sciences
90%
Social Problems
75%
Family Relationiships
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Rasak, B., P. Ogunlade, O. Oye, O.E. Adeoti and M. Ake, 2019. Labourism and good governance in a democratic society: The role of Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC). Int. J. Innov. Social Sci. Humanit. Res., 7: 42-55.
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  2. Rasak, B., O. Arisukwu, J.F. Adebanjo and S.O. Adewara, 2019. Young people and challenges of agriculture: An overview of undergraduate students' farm practice programme in Nigeria. Int. J. Mech. Eng. Technol., 10: 695-705.
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  3. Rasak, B., M. Ake, F. Asamu and R. Ganiyu, 2019. Casual Work Arrangements (CWAs) and its effect on right to freedom of association in Nigeria. Int. J. Innov. Legal Political Stud., 7: 1-17.
  4. Rasak, B., I. Oyekola, F. Asamu and E. Ben-Caleb, 2019. Quality of Work Life (QWL) of academic staff in private universities in North Central Nigeria. Int. J. Civil Eng. Technol., 10: 286-293.
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  5. Rasak, B., A.J. Oye, E.J. Oyeyipo and R.O. Ganiu, 2019. Different forms of work and different conditions of work in a NEO-liberal market economy. Int. J. Social Sci., 2: 1-35.
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  6. Rasak, B., 2019. Wisdom and Beauty of Sociology as a Social Science Discipline. Akinik Publications, New Delhi, India, ISBN: 978-93-5335-317-9, Pages: 65.
  7. Olowojolu, O., B. Rasak, M. Ake, O. Ogundele and M. Afolayan, 2019. Trends in electoral violence in Nigeria. Int. J. Social Sci. Public Policy, 11: 37-52.
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  8. Daniel, E.O., P. Olabisi, O.O. Oluwatoyese, B. Rasak and O. Ngozi, 2019. Philosophy in the face of science and technology and nation building. J. Social Sci. Res., 5: 1025-1031.
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  9. Ben-Caleb, E., A. Otekunrin, B. Rasak, S. Adewara, O. Oladipo and R. Eshua, 2019. Cost reduction strategies and the growth of selected manufacturing companies in Nigeria. Int. J. Mech. Eng. Technol., 10: 305-312.
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  10. Asamu, F.F., A.J. Asaleye, O. Arisukwu and B. Rasak, 2019. Industrial conflict and collective bargaining: Evidence from North Central region of Nigeria. Int. J. Mech. Eng. Technol., 10: 80-88.
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  11. Ake, M., B. Rasak, O. Olowojolu, S. Ake and O. Gbenga, 2019. Food sovereignty: An enhancer to women contributions to food security in Nigeria. Int. J. Social Sci. Public Policy, 11: 14-36.
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  12. Ake, M., B. Rasak, O. Olowojolu, O. Oye and S. Ake, 2019. Women and political marginalization in Nigeria. Int. J. Educ. Policy Rev., 11: 20-55.
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  13. Adewara, S., A. Oyenubi, D.Z. Agba, B. Rasak, D. Olasehinde, J. Adama and E. Oloni, 2019. Access to electricity and drinking water in the presence of ethnic diversity: Evidence from Nigeria. Int. J. Mech. Eng. Technol., 10: 1528-1545.
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  14. Adebanjo, J.F., E. Oluwasegun, O. Adegbola, A. Festus and O. Peter et al., 2019. Impact of exchange rate on the manufacturing sector in Nigeria. Int. J. Mech. Eng. Technol., 10: 1568-1583.
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  15. Rasak, B., M. Ake, O. Oye and R.O. Ganiyu, 2018. Discourse and narative of the Nigerian economy: From the agricultural policies perspective. Int. J. Manage. Sci. Entrepreneursh., 7: 21-39.
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  16. Rasak, B., M. Ake and F.F. Asamu, 2018. Nigeria's industrial policies, sustainable development and the challenges of globalization. Abuja J. Sociol. Stud., 5: 119-151.
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  17. Rasak, B. and A.J.O.O. Oye, 2018. Fundamentalism, Boko Haram movement and socio-economic development in north-eastern zone of Nigeria. Nig. J. Sociol. Anthropol., 16: 93-111.
  18. Rasak, B., O. Arisukwu and F. Asamu, 2017. Challenges of work and coping strategies adopted by casual workers in some selected firms in Lagos, Nigeria. Int. J. Soc. Sci., 1: 1-24.
  19. Rasak, B., A.J. Oye, M. Ake and A.A. Raji, 2017. God fatherism and political patronage in Nigeria: A theoretical overview. Political Sci. Rev., 8: 77-101.
  20. Rasak, B., 2017. Casual employment: Its ambiguity, heterogeneity and causes in Nigerian manufacturing sector. J. Sociol. Criminol., 5: 1-7.
  21. Rasak, B. and R.O. Garuba, 2017. Political thurggery and women participation in politics in Nigeria. Political Sci. Rev., 8: 63-76.
  22. Rasak, B. and P. Oladipo, 2017. Childlessness and its socio-cultural implication on married couples within some selected yoruba communities in south-west Nigeria. Int. J. Innov. Soc. Sci. Hum. Res., 5: 42-54.
  23. Rasak, B. and M. Babatunde, 2017. Casual employment and the globalized market-a case of some selected countries. Uyo J. Sustainable Dev., 2: 18-34.
  24. Falaye, A.J.F., B. Rasak and F. Awonusi, 2017. The impacts of board composition and structure on corporate financial performance in Nigeria. VERITAS, 8: 33-39.
  25. Adebanjo, J.F., B. Rasak and R.L. Uthsu, 2017. Directors’ compensation and insurance firms’ performance in Nigeria. Int. J. Scient. Res. Manage., 5: 6827-6837.
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  26. Rasak, B. and E. Okafor, 2016. Industrial sociology: A viable instrument for national development in Nigeria. Int. J. Innov. Soc. Sci. Hum. Res., 4: 43-50.
  27. Garuba, R.O. and B. Rasak, 2016. Political office and the (un) making of new riches (Nouveau Riche) in the local government areas of Oyo state. Gashua J. Sci. Hum., 1: 10-20.
  28. Rasak, B. and E.E. Okafor, 2015. Casual employment-a nostrum to unemployment in Nigeria. Fountain J. Manage. Soc. Sci., 4: 100-112.
  29. Rasak, B., 2014. Sociological explanation: Analysis of the problems of value in theory construction. J. Soc. Sci. Public Policy, 6: 181-191.
  30. Oladele, A.A., B. Rasak and R.O. Ganiyu, 2014. Indigenous capitalist class, social stratification and life Chancesin the contemporary Nigeria society. Public Policy Admin. Res., 4: 11-15.
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  31. Okafor, E.E. and B. Rasak, 2014. Labour conditions of casual workers in the construction industry in Lagos, Nigeria. Fountain J. Manage. Soc. Sci., 3: 69-82.
  32. Okafor, E.E. and B. Rasak, 2014. Casual Workers in Construction Firms and Industrial Development in Nigeria. Ogun State, Nigeria, pp: 205-214.
  33. Ganiyu, R.O., B. Rasak and F.O. Taiwo, 2014. Socio-political and economic impacts of corruption in Nigeria. Int. J. Innov. Educ. Res., 2: 35-42.
  34. Rasak, B., 2013. Nigeria's trade policy and economic development: From the lens of World Trade Organization (WTO). Nnamdi Azikiwe Univ. Akwa J. Sociol., 5: 253-263.
  35. Rasak, B., 2013. Conceptualizing the Relationship between Climate Changes and Human Health in Nigeria: Panoply of Readings in Social Sciences: Lesson for and from Nigeria. Covenant University, Canaan Land, Ota, pp: 249-266.
  36. Rasak, B., 2013. Bureaucracy and Formal Organization: Essential of Sociology. Ibadan University Press, Ibadan, Nigeria, pp: 115-126.
  37. Rasak, B., 2012. The interaction of human social capital and sustainable economic development in Nigeria. J. Soc. Sci. Public Policy, 4: 7-21.
  38. Rasak, B., 2012. Synergy between racial differentiation and social inequality in human societies. J. Arts Strategic Stud., 4: 71-79.
  39. Rasak, B., 2012. Nigeria's trade policy in the light of general agreement on tariffs and trade (GATT) and World Trade Organization (WTO). J. Int. Res. Arts Sci., 1: 6-10.
  40. Rasak, B., 2012. Elections and international conspiracy in Africa: The Nigerian experience. J. Soc. Sci. Public Policy Rev., 4: 54-61.
  41. Rasak, B., 2012. Corruption, leadership and development in Nigeria. J. Educ. Leadership Dev., 4: 1-12.
  42. Rasak, B., 2012. Colonialism and western education: A cultivating tool for religious and cultural hegemony in Nigeria. Fountain Univ. J. Manage. Soc. Sci., 2: 130-149.
  43. Bamidele, R., 2012. Small and medium scale enterprises (SMEs): A panacea for economic growth in Nigeria. J. Manage. Corporate Governance, 4: 83-98.
  44. Rasak, B., 2011. Casualization and labour utilization in Nigeria. J. Int. Labour Organ., 6: 1-35.
  45. Rasak, B., 2010. Traditional health values and persistence of indigenous health care system. J. Soc. Sci. Public Policy, 2: 1-9.
  46. Rasak, B., 2010. Naming ceremonies: Comparative analysis of the igbo and Yoruba societies. Continental J. Arts Humanities, 2: 7-16.