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%

Education

2015

Ph.D.

University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria

Sociology

Selected Publications

  1. 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.

  2. 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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  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. Rasak, B., 2017. Casual employment: Its ambiguity, heterogeneity and causes in Nigerian manufacturing sector. J. Sociol. Criminol., 5: 1-7.

  7. Rasak, B. and R.O. Garuba, 2017. Political thurggery and women participation in politics in Nigeria. Political Sci. Rev., 8: 63-76.

  8. 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.

  9. 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.

  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. 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.

  13. Rasak, B. and E.E. Okafor, 2015. Casual employment-a nostrum to unemployment in Nigeria. Fountain J. Manage. Soc. Sci., 4: 100-112.

  14. Rasak, B., 2014. Sociological explanation: Analysis of the problems of value in theory construction. J. Soc. Sci. Public Policy, 6: 181-191.

  15. Oladele, A., B. Rasak and O. Rasaq, 2014. Indigenous capitalist class, social stratification and life Chancesin the contemporary Nigeria society. Public Policy Administration Res., 4: 11-16.

  16. 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.

  17. Okafor, E.E. and B. Rasak, 2014. Casual Workers in Construction Firms and Industrial Development in Nigeria. Ogun State, Nigeria, pp: 205-214.

  18. 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.

  19. 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.

  20. 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.

  21. Rasak, B., 2013. Bureaucracy and Formal Organization: Essential of Sociology. Ibadan University Press, Ibadan, Nigeria, pp: 115-126.

  22. Rasak, B., 2012. The interaction of human social capital and sustainable economic development in Nigeria. J. Soc. Sci. Public Policy, 4: 7-21.

  23. Rasak, B., 2012. Synergy between racial differentiation and social inequality in human societies. J. Arts Strategic Stud., 4: 71-79.

  24. 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.

  25. Rasak, B., 2012. Elections and international conspiracy in Africa: The Nigerian experience. J. Soc. Sci. Public Policy Rev., 4: 54-61.

  26. Rasak, B., 2012. Corruption, leadership and development in Nigeria. J. Educ. Leadership Dev., 4: 1-12.

  27. 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.

  28. Bamidele, R., 2012. Small and medium scale enterprises (SMEs): A panacea for economic growth in Nigeria. J. Manage. Corporate Governance, 4: 83-98.

  29. Rasak, B., 2011. Casualization and labour utilization in Nigeria. J. Int. Labour Organ., 6: 1-35.

  30. Rasak, B., 2010. Traditional health values and persistence of indigenous health care system. J. Soc. Sci. Public Policy, 2: 1-9.

  31. Rasak, B., 2010. Naming ceremonies: Comparative analysis of the igbo and Yoruba societies. Continental J. Arts Humanities, 2: 7-16.