BOOKS

1. Fiberesima, D. & Adesope, M. O. (2000). Economics for social and applied sciences. Omoku, Nigeria, Molsyfem United Services. ISBN 978-34891-7-8

2. Adesope, O. M. & Ezekiel, P. O. (2000). A Guide to practical field work in Agriculture. Omoku, Nigeria. Molsyfem United Services. ISBN 978-35212-2-5

3. Oladele, O.I. & Adesope, O.M. (2001). A handbook of variable operationalization. Omoku, Nigeria: Molsyfem United Services ISBN 978-34891-6-X

4. Adesope, O.M. (2007). Agricultural youth organizations: introductory concepts (2nd Ed.), Port Harcourt, Nigeria: University of Port Harcourt Press. ISBN 978-978-48326-0-1

5. Agumagu, A.C., & Adesope, O.M. (2012). Basic module concepts in group dynamics. A guide for Agriculture and other social scientists. Port Harcourt, Nigeria: Vinaco Universal Resources. ISBN 978-2954-53-2

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES

*Foreign papers

1. Adesope, O.M. & Nwankwo, C. (1996). Factors responsible for multiple cropping practises among compound farmers in Omoku, Rivers State. Journal of Technology and Education in Nigeria, 1 (1), 34-37.

2 Adesope, O. M. (1997). An investigation of the demand for vegetables in Omoku, Rivers State. NATT Research Series, 2 (1&2), 4-7. 

3. Adesope, O. M. & Ukpongson, M. A. (1998). Bridging the rural vacuum through agricultural education institution - based extension system in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Professional Studies in Education, 6 (1), 5-9. 

4. Oguzor, N.S. & Adesope, O.M. (2000). Issues in evaluation of vocational education. implications for vocational Agriculture. Journal of Research in Contemporary Education, 1 (1), 151-160. 

5. Adesope, O.M., Agumagu, A.C. & Chiefson, B. (2000). Youth restiveness in the Niger Delta area and implications for rural development. The case of Odi local governemnt area of Bayelsa State. Journal of Technology and Education in Nigeria, 5(1&2), 16-19. 

6. Adesope,O.M. and Asiabaka, C.C. (2000). Expected contributions of Adult education to local leaders for community development, Journal of Research in Contemporary Education, 1(1), 41-46. 

7. Orebiyi, J.S. & Adesope, O.M. (2000). Loan acquisition and utilization by rural farmers under the Supervised Agricultural Credit schemes in Awka agricultural zone, Anambra State. Journal of Technology and Education in Nigeria, 5 (1&2), 47-52. 

8. Adesope, O.M (2000). Factors associated with job stress among secondary school agricultural science teachers in Ibadan, Oyo State. The Nigerian Teacher Today, 8 (1&2), 1- 8. 

9. Matthews-Njoku, E. C., Adesope, O. M., & Dimkpa, O. (2001). Rural women perception of backyard farming in Rivers State. Journal of Technology and Education in Nigeria, 6 (1), 50-56. 

10. Esu, B.B. & Adesope, O.M. (2012). Assessment of rural advisory services distributed by gender in the Fadama III Project in Beyelsa State, Nigeria. Agricultural Economics and Extension Research Studies (AGEERS), 1(2), 132 – 138 

11. Adesope, O.M., & Asiabaka, C.C. (2001). Attitudes of youths towards participation in community development projects in Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture and Social Research, 1 (1), 7-13. 

13. Agumagu, A.C., Adesope, O.M., Angba, A.O. & Essien, A. (2001). Practical demonstration as an effective extension tool for technology adoption by rural dwellers in Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture and Social Research, 1 (1), 27-34. 

14. Orebiyi J.S. & Adesope, O.M. (2001). Yam minisett & the influence of credit on its adoption by the rural farmers in the Owerri Agricultural zone. Journal of Agriculture and Social Research, 1 (1), 44-53. 

15. Nodu, M. B. & Adesope, O. M. (2002). Assessment of various meat types consumed by households in Omoku area of Rivers State. Journal of Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology, 4 (1), 43-48.

16. Adesope, O. M. (2002). Compound farmers utilization of soil management and improvement practices in the Niger Delta area of Nigeria. Journal of Environmental Extension, 3 (1), 89-92.

17. Adesope, O. M. & Nodu, M. B. (2002). A note on acceptance of duck as table-meat among inhabitants of selected communities in the Niger delta zone, Nigeria. Livestock Research for Rural development, 14 (6), http://www.cipav.org.co/lrrd/lrrd14/6/ades146.htm*

18. Nodu, M.B., Adesope, O.M., & Matthews-Njoku, E. C. (2003). Demographic characteristics related to consumption of snail meat among inhabitants of Bori, Nigeria. African Journal of Livestock Extension, 2, 54-57*

19. Adesope, O. M., Asiabaka, C. C., & Angba, A. O. (2003). Appraisal of youths participation in selected communities of Ogbaland, Rivers State. Journal of Sustainable Tropical Agricultural Research, 7, 12-16 

20. Adesope, O. M. & Agumagu, A. C. (2003). Socio-economic factors as correlates of job stress among extension agents in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Journal of Extension Systems, 19 (1), 54-59.*

21. Onu, D. O., Adesope, O. M., & Udokang, D. O. (2003). Evaluation of work-related stress characteristics among Agricultural extension agents. Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and the Social sciences, 1 (1), 1-5.

22. Nwakwasi, R. N., Ugwuja, V.C., Esu, B. B. & Adesope, O.M. (2012). Effect of socio-economic characteristics of rural small scale swamp rice farmers on their income. Agricultural Economics and Extension Research Studies (AGEERS), 1 (2), 101-102.

23. Matthews-Njoku, E.C. & Adesope, O. M. (2003). Women’s attitude towards community development in Erema district of Rivers State. Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and the Social sciences, 1 (1), 18-23.

24. Ugboh, O. & Adesope, O.M. (2004). Approaches to enhancing the proliferation of rural-based Agro-industries for community development in Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and the Social sciences, 2 (2), 44 - 50. 

25. Adesope, O. M., Odurukwe, S. N. Ugwoke, F. O. & Amaji, P. O. (2004). Youth involvement in small scale agricultural enterprises in Mbaise area of Imo State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and the Social sciences, 2 (2), 28-34. 

26. Oladele, O. I. & Adesope, O.M. (2004). Credit supply services of Non-Governmental organizations to small-scale farmers in Nigeria. Journal of Rural Development, 23 (3), 375-382.*

27. Adesope, O. M. & Matthews-Njoku, E. C. (2004). Relationship between perceived roles of small scale rural enterprises and personal characteristics of respondents in Ekiti State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and the Social sciences, 2 (1), 47-51 

28. Adesope, O.M., Matthews-Njoku, E.C. & Asiabaka, C.C. (2005). Awareness and Utilization of Information Technology among Agricultural Scientists in Nigeria. The Information Technologist, 2 (2), 1-8. 

29. Newport, J.K., Adesope, O.M., Raman, P., & Oguzor, N.S. (2005). Planning livelihood cohesion for agrarian Tsunami victims. International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development (IJARD), 6, 163 – 169 

30. Adesope O. M. & Agumagu A. C. (2005). Gender Differential perception about Agricultural and rural development news in Nigerian newspapers. International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development (IJARD), 6, 98 -102. 

31. Ugwoke, F. O., Adesope, O. M., & Ibeh, F. C. (2005). Youth participation in farming activities in rural areas of Imo State, Nigeria: Implications for Extension. Journal of Agricultural Extension, 8, 136-142. 

32. Matthews-Njoku, E.C., Asiabaka, C.C. & Adesope, O.M. (2006). Extension agents’ technical knowledge requirements for effective extension work. International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development, 7 (1), 121-124. 

33. Nwakwasi, R. N., Nnadi, F.N., Matthews-Njoku, E. C., Adesope O.M., Chikaire, J. Ugwoke, F. O. & Ifeanyi-obi, C. C. (2012).  Analysis of indigenous knowledge system and mechanism for up-scaling in the Eastern Part of Nigeria. International Journal of Bio-resource and Stress Management, 3 (1), 068-072 *

34. Matthews-Njoku, E.C., Asiabaka, C. C. & Adesope, O.M. (2006). Enterprise characteristics affecting resource poor women food vendors’ income generation in Imo State, Nigeria. Global Approaches to Extension Practice, 2 (1), 21-27.

35. Oladele O.I., Machida, T., Ninomiya, S., Ogunlade, I. & Adesope, O.M. (2006). Application of information technology in agricultural extension services in Japanese agriculture: lessons and challenges for developing countries. International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development, 7 (2), 74 – 86. 

36. Adesope, O.M., Adebayo, E.L. & Agumagu, A.C. (2006). Comparative analysis of female extensionists and researchers towards information and communication technologies (ICT) in southeast Nigeria. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 5 (12), 1389-1393*

37. Adebayo, E.L. & Adesope, O.M. (2007). Awareness, access and usage of information and communication technologies between female researchers and extensionists. International Journal of Education and Development using ICT, (IJEDICT), 3 (1), 85-93*

38. Onuebunwa, B. N., & Adesope, O.M. (2006). Contributions of women and children to backyard farm labour in Ikeduru area of Imo state, Nigeria. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 2 (3), 189-192. 

39. Agumagu, A.C., Matthews-Njoku, E.C., & Adesope, O.M. (2006). Problems associated with solid waste management among peri-urban households in Southeastern Nigeria. Global Approaches to Extension Practice (GAEP), 2 (2), 58-66.

40. Agumagu, A.C. & Adesope, O. M. (2006). Snail meat consumption and attitude differentials between rural and urban inhabitants. Journal of Technology and Education in Nigeria (JOTEN), 11 (2), 51-53

41. Adesope, O. M., Matthews-Njoku, E.C., & Agumagu, A. C. (2006). Veterinary services need of rural livestock farmers in Imo state Nigeria. Animal Production Research Advances (APRA), 2 (1), 1 – 5. 

42. Agumagu, A.C., Adesope, O.M.,  & Edna C. Matthews-Njoku (2006). Attitude of youth corpers towards the community development service of NYSC in Nigeria. Journal Of Agriculture And Social Research (JASR), 6 (1), 70-75.

43. Okoli, I.C., Nwodu, C.H., Uchegbu, M.C. & Adesope, O.M. (2006). Brooding management practices of smallholder turkey farmers in Imo State, Nigeria. Asian-Pacific Journal of Rural Development (APJORD), XVI (2), 69-76*

44. Ifeanyi-Obi, C.C., Asiabaka, C.C., Matthews-Njoku, E.C., Nnadi, F.N., Agumagu, A.C., Adesope, O.M., Issa, F.O. & Nwakwasi, R. N. (2012). Effects of climate change on fluted pumpkin production and adaptation measures used among farmers in Rivers State. Journal of Agricultural Extension, 16 (1), 50-58.

45. Agumagu, A.C., & Adesope, O.M. (2006). Evaluation of farmers’ extension education needs in Ohaji/Egbema local government area of Imo State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and the Social Sciences (JOAFSS), 4(1), 60-68. 

46. Matthews-Njoku, E.C., & Adesope, O.M. (2007). Rural women’s involvement in the National Special Programme for Food Security in Imo State Nigeria.  International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development, 10, 122-126. 

47. Matthews-Njoku, E.C., Adesope, O.M. & Asiabaka, C.C. (2007). Factors influencing rural women’s involvement in crop production enterprises of the National Special Programme for Food Security in Imo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development, 10, 85-92. 

48. Matthews-Njoku, E. C. & Adesope, O. M. (2007). Livelihood diversity strategies of rural women in Imo State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Extension, 10, 117-123. 

49. Matthews-Njoku, E.C. & Adesope, O.M. (2007). Comparative analysis of problems associated with indigenous and modern storage techniques in grains and pulses among farmers. Agricultural Journal, 2 (2), 290-293.*

50. Matthews-Njoku, E.C. & Adesope, O.M. (2007). Effect of training in ICT on utilization among extension managers in the Niger Delta Area of Nigeria. Asian Journal Of Information Technology, 6 (1), 34-37.*

51. Okerenta, S.A., Orebiyi, J.S. & Adesope, O.M. (2007). Perceived effect of micro finance institutions programmes on quality of life of rural households in Niger Delta area of Nigeria. The Social Sciences, 2 (1), 106 – 110*

52. Agumagu, A.C & Adesope, O.M. (2007). Rural households perception of cooking banana (Musa spp., ABB genome) in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. Agricultural Journal, 2 (2), 324-328*

53. Adesope, O.M. Asiabaka, C.C & Agumagu, A.C. (2007). Effect of personal characteristics of extension managers and supervisors on Information Technology needs in the Niger Delta area of Nigeria. International Journal of Education and Development using ICT, (IJEDICT), 3 (2), 4-15, http//ijedict.dec.uwi.edu*

54. Onweremadu, E.U., Asiabaka, C.C., Adesope, O.M. & Oguzor, N.S. (2007). Application of indigenous knowledge on land use activities among farmers in Central Southeastern Nigeria. Online Journal of Earth Sciences, 1 (1), 47-50*

55. Anyanwu, S. O., Offor, U. S., Adesope, O. M. & Ibekwe, U. C. (2013). Structure and growth of the gross domestic product (1960 -2008): implications for small-scale enterprises in Nigeria Global Advanced Research Journal of Management and Business Studies, 2 (6), 342-348*

56. Tamuno, P.B.L., Smith, M.D. Howard, G. Adesope, O. M., & Bawo, D.D.S. (2007). Analysis of livelihood characteristics of selected fishing communities in the Central Niger Delta, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture and Social Research (JASR), 7 (1), 34-42.

57. Angba, A.O. & Adesope, O.M. (2007). Factors responsible for drop out of youths from the National Poverty Alleviation Programme in Cross Rivers State, Nigeria. Research Journal of Applied Sciences (RJAS), 2 (4), 453-457*

58. Adesope, O.M., Agumagu, A.C. & Adebayo, E.L. (2007). Extensionists’ and Researchers’ proficiency requirements in Information and Communication Technologies in Southeastern Nigeria. Journal of Extension Systems, 23 (1), 55-69*

59. Adesope, O.M., Agumagu, A. C., Larinde, S.L. & Anegbeh, P.O. (2007). Rural households’ involvement in social forestry practices in Imo State, Nigeria. Global Approaches to Extension Practice (GAEP), 3 (2), 98-107.

60. Nwaogwugwu, O. N., Adesope, O. M. & Agumagu, A.C. (2007). Credit delivery systems in rural Nigeria: issues and implications for rural transformation. Global Approaches to Extension Practice (GAEP), 3 (2), 30-36. 

61. Tamuno, P.B.L.  Adesope, O.M. & Bawo, D.D. S. (2007). Perceived commercial value of fish species in rural fishing communities of Bayelsa State, Nigeria. Animal Production Research Advances (APRA), 3 (2), 137-142. 

62. Adesope, O.M. & Nwanekezi, A.U. (2007). Gender differences in academic performance of agricultural education students in agricultural education courses. Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences, 4 (3), 363-366*

63. Nwaogwugwu, O.N., Adesope, O.M. & Agumagu, A.C. (2007) Fostering rural social organizations: a bottom-up paradigm in sustainable rural transformation in Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and the Social Sciences, 5 (1), 81-88.

64. Agumagu, A.C. & Adesope, O.M. (2007). Farmers’ response to the Root and Tuber Expansion Programme in Imo State, Nigeria. The Nigerian Journal of Rural Extension and Development, 2, 9-17.

65. Agumagu, A.C., Adesope, O.M., Matthews-Njoku, E.C & Nwaogwugwu, O.N. (2008). Availability, access and frequency of usage of information and communication technology among extension managers in the Niger Delta area of Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Rural Sociology, 8 (2), 9-16.

66. Ifeanyi-obi, C.C., Adesope, O.M., Issa, F.O. & Ugwuja, V.C. (2013). Organic agriculture as resuscitating option for cocoyam production in Nigeria. International Journal of Applied Research and Technology, 2 (6), 196 -202.*

67. Oladele, O.I, Matthews-Njoku, E. C., & Adesope, O.M. (2008). Perceived effects of information communication technology among researchers, extension agents and farmers in Nigeria. Global Approaches to Extension Practice, 4 (2), 98-104.

68. Matthews-Njoku, Edna C., Adesope, O.M. & Nodu, M.B. (2008). Socio economic characteristics associated with rural household perception about grass cutter meat cost in the Niger Delta zone of Nigeria. Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences, 3 (4), 360-362*

69. Matthews-Njoku, E.C., Asiabaka, C.C. & Adesope, O.M. (2008). Determinants of pork consumption among rural households in Rivers State, Nigeria. The Social Sciences (TSS), 3 (4), 341-342*

70. Nwaogwugwu, O. N., Matthews-Njoku, Edna C., Agumagu, A. C. & Adesope, O. M. (2008) Ameliorative strategies to seasonal scarcity of fruits and vegetables in Aba urban area of Abia State, Nigeria: Implication for extension. Agricultural Journal, 3 (5), 388-391*

71. Agumagu, A.C., Adesope, O.M. & Matthews-Njoku, Edna C. (2008). Perception of infestation problems of cassava farms and preference for weed management practices in humid agro-ecological zone of Nigeria. Agriculturae Conspectus Scientificus, 73 (2), 115-120*

72. Matthews-Njoku, E.C. & Adesope, O.M. (2008). Effect Of Utilization Of Biotechnology Products On Output Of Farm Produce. Journal of sustainable development, 5 (1 &2), 58-65.

73. Amadi N. S., Adesope O. M. & Oguzor, N.S. (2008). Spare parts needs for machinery maintenance in farm workshops in Rivers State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Vocational Teacher Education, 9 (1), 28-34.

74. Amadi, N. S., Adesope, O. M., Omeodu, M. D. & Koko, M. N. (2008). Educational needs assessment of vocational education in Rivers State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Vocational Teacher Education, 9 (1), 71-79.

 75. Matthews-Njoku, E.C. & Adesope, O.M. (2008). Policy implication of the awareness and use of biotechnology products among farmers in Aboh-Mbaise Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Extension, 12 (2), 114-119. 

76. Etuk, U.R., Adesope, O.M. & Agumagu, A.C. (2008). Assessment of housing quality and its implication on rural health in Akwa Ibom State. International Journal of Pure and Applied Science, 1 (4), 37-44*

77. Maduike, I. A., Adesope, O.M., Eze, C.C., Njoku, J.E., Nwaiwu, I.U. & Korie, O.C. (2013). Determinants of livelihood opportunities for the rural youths in Owerri North local government area of Imo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural Economics, Management and Development (IJAEMD), 3, 112 – 121*

78. Matthews-Njoku, E.C., Adesope, O. M. & Iruba, C. (2009). Acceptability of improved crop production practices among rural women in Aguata agricultural zone of Anambra State, Nigeria. African Journal of Biotechnology, 8 (3), 405-411*

79. Angba, A.O., Adesope, O.M. & Aboh, C.L. (2009). Effect of socioeconomic characteristics of rural youths on their attitude towards participation in community development projects. International NGO Journal, 4 (8), 348-351*

80. Uche, C.M. & Adesope, O.M. (2009). Capacity building for entrepreneurship education: state of the art in University of Port-Harcourt, Nigeria. African Journal of Educational Research and Development, 3 (2), 86-98

81. Anyanwu, S.O & Adesope, O.M. (2010). Low External Input Technology Agriculture and Rural Development in Nigeria. New York science Journal, 3 (11), 60-65*

82. Anyanwu S.O., Ibekwe U.C. & Adesope, O. M. (2010). Agriculture Share of the Gross Domestic Product and its implications for rural development. Report and Opinion, 2 (8), 26-31*

83. Ibekwe U.C. & Adesope, O.M. (2010). Analysis of dry season vegetable production in Owerri West Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria. Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics, 2 (6), 245-249*

84. Oladele O. I., & Adesope, O.M. (2010). Extension systems in Southern African countries: A review. Global Approaches to Extension Practice, 6 (1), 36-40.

85. Adesope, O.M., Nwakwasi, R. N., Matthews-Njoku, E.C., Chikaire, J. (2010). Extent of rural women’s involvement in the Agro-processing enterprise of The National Special Programme for Food Security in Imo State, Nigeria. Report and Opinion, 2 (7), 69-73.

86. Adesope, O.M., Amadi, N.S & Agumagu, A.C. (2010). Enterprise development needs assessment survey in Niger Delta Area of Nigeria. Journal of Youth Studies, 13 (2), 188-203*

87. Adesope, O.M., A.C. Agumagu,  E.C. Matthews-Njoku & Ukpongson, M.A. (2010). Rural youths development needs in the Niger Delta area of Nigeria. Journal of Human Ecology, 32 (1): 29-36*

88. Ifeanyi-obi, C.C., Agumagu, A.C., Adesope, O.M., Etuk, U.R. & Nwakwasi, R.N. (2013). Assessment of SIWES programme of agricultural extension students in Nigeria. Agricultural Economics and Extension Research Studies (AGEERS), 2 (1), 17-24 

89. Ifeanyi-obi C.C., Asiabaka C.C., Adesope O.M. & Issa, F.O. (2011). Inhabitants perception of climate change, effects and adaptation strategies in Etche Local Government Area of Rivers State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Applied Agricultural Research, 1 (1), 57-64. 

90. Amadi, N. S., Adesope, O. M., Omeodu, M. D. & Ogunkunle, R.A. (2011). Application of and preference for information and communication technology among vocational trainees. Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and Applied Sciences (JETEAS), 2 (4), 711-716*

91. Ugwuja V.C., Adesope O.M., Odeyemi T.J., Matthews-Njoku E.C., Olatunji S.O., Ifeanyi-obi, C. C. & Nwakwasi, R. (2011). Socioeconomic characteristics of farmers as correlates of fertilizer demand in Ekiti State, Southwest Nigeria: Implications for Agricultural Extension. Greener Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 1 (1), 048-054.

92. Olatunji, S.O., Agumagu, A.C. & Adesope, O.M. (2011). Utilization of soyabean products by farm-families in Abia State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, 3 (10), 186-192*

93. Adesope, O.M., Ifeanyi-obi, C.C. & Aboh, C. L. (2011). Socio-economic factors affecting rural households consumption expenditure on mobile phone services. Journal of Nature Science and Sustainable Technology, 5 (3), 201-208*

94. Olatunji, S.O., Etuk, U.R. & Adesope, O.M. (2012). Factors related to continuity in utilization of soya bean products by farm families in Abia State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 3 (1), 15 – 20*

95. Emodi, A. I., Adesope, O. M., Albert, C. O. & Nwokoma, P. S. (2012). Effects of job stress and coping strategies among agricultural academic and non academic staff in University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. Agricultural Economics and Extension Research Studies (AGEERS), 1 (1), 125-132 

96. Okerenta, S. I., Adesope, O.M.,  Ugwuja ,V.C. & Harry, A.T. (2012). Determinants of loan repayment among participants of Microfinance Institutions (MFIs)  in Niger Delta, Nigeria. Agricultural Economics and Extension Research Studies (AGEERS), 1 (1), 68-78.

97. Adesope, O. M., Ifeanyi-obi, C.C., Ugwuja, V.C. & Nwakwasi, R. (2012). Effects of malaria on the farm income of rural households in Ekeremor Local Government Area, Bayelsa State. International Journal of Agricultural Economics and Management, 2 (1), 27-36* 

98. Esu, B. B., Adesope, O.M. & Omoyibo, O. (2012). Strengthening Agricultural Innovation Systems in Nigeria. Global Approaches to Extension Practice (GAEP), 8 (1), 18 -27.

99. Maduike, I. A., Adesope, O.M., Eze, C.C., Njoku, J.E., Nwaiwu, I.U. & Korie, O.C. (2014). Sustainability and interest assessment of rural youths’ livelihood in Owerri North Local Government area of Imo State, Nigeria. American Journal of Sustainable Cities and Society, 3 (1), 119-139*

100. Adesope, O.M.; Mshenga, P.M.; Mugonola, B.; Manjur, K.; & Carsten, N. (2014). Entrepreneurial knowledge and skills needed by agriculture undergraduates as prerequisites for sustainable livelihood. VEF Journal of Agriculture, Rural and Community Development,1 (2), 7 – 11

101. Adesope, O.M., Ifeanyi-obi, C.C., Matthews-Njoku, E.C., Agumagu, A.C., Asiabaka, C. C and Mgbada, J. U.  (2014). Agriculture Lecturers’ Perception of the Benefits of Professional Meetings in Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Extension, Nigeria. Vol.18 (2).

102. Adesope, O.M, Ekunwe, P. A., Ekine, D.I. & Fubara, C. (2014) Farmers’ Response to The Third National Fadama Development Project In Ikwerre Local Government Area, Nigeria. Agricultural Economics And Extension Research Studies (AGEERS), Vol.3, No.2, Pp 10 – 22

103. Adesope, O. M., Ekunwe, P. A. And Familusi, L. (2014) Status Of Poultry Production Among Rural Households In Obio/Akpor Local Government Area Of Rivers State, Nigeria. Journal Of Agriculture, Socio-Economics And Sustainable Environment (JASSE), Vol. 2, No.1, Pp 70 -78

104. M. C. Ijeoma, O. M. Adesope (2015) Effect of Personality Types of Extension Personnel on their Job Performance in Rivers State Agricultural Development Programme.  Journal of Agricultural Extension, Vol. 19, No. 1

 

CHAPTER CONTRIBUTIONS IN BOOKS

1. Adesope, O.M. (1999). An evaluation of students scores in AGE 125 (Teaching Agriculture in schools) and their performance in Teaching Practice. In: B.J. Obomanu (Ed.), Emerging issues in technology teacher education. Onitsha, Nigeria: Cape Publishers International Ltd; pp 49 – 54. ISBN 978-2991-63-5.

2. Adesope, O.M. (1999). Agricultural Education and Agricultural Information for Rural and  Urban Development: The Environment Question. In: W. Foin & C.M. Amini (Eds.), Science education and the future of the Nigerian Environment. Omoku, Nigeria: Molsyfem United Services; pp. 161 – 164. ISBN 978-35212-5-X.

3. Adesope, O. M. (1997). Agricultural Economics and Extension. In O.M. Adesope, et al (Eds.), Elements of General Agriculture. Omoku, Nigeria: Molsyfem United Services; pp 44 – 59. ISBN 978-33942-1-5.

4. Adesope, O.M. & Oguzor, N.S. (1997). Essentials of Agricultural development. In O.M. Adesope, et al (Eds.), Elements of General Agriculture. Omoku, Nigeria: Molsyfem United Services; pp 237 -245. ISBN 978-33942-1-5

5. Adesope, O. M. (2002). Indigenous Knowledge And Practices In The Nigerian Society. In: C. Okoh, O.M. Adesope & C.L. Ajagbaonwu (Eds.), General Studies project: Science and Technology in society. Omoku, Nigeria: Molsyfem United Services; pp 111 - 119

6. Adesope, O.M.; Olisa, J.A.; Nwankwo, C. and Oladele, O.I. (2002). Constraints and future hopes for Agricultural mechanization. In: C. Okoh, O.M. Adesope & C.L. Ajagbaonwu (Eds.), General Studies project: Science and Technology in society. Omoku, Nigeria: Molsyfem United Services; pp 63 -76

7. Oladele, O.I., Adesope, O.M. & Atoma, C.N. (2007). Farmers’ participation in extension activities in South Western Nigeria. In: A. C. Agumagu, et al (Eds.), Contemporary issues in agricultural extension and development studies. Series one. Port Harcourt, NIgeria: Molsyfem United Services; pp 83 – 86. ISBN 978-8017-07-X.

8. Adesope, O.M., Asiabaka, C.C. & Matthews-Njoku, E.C. (2007) Problems affecting the use of information technologies as perceived by extension managers in Nigeria. In: A. C. Agumagu, et al (Eds.), Contemporary issues in agricultural extension and development studies. Series one. Port Harcourt, Nigeria: Molsyfem United Services; pp 71-74. ISBN 978-8017-07-X.

9. Adesope, O.M., Agumagu, A.C & Nwankwo, C. (2007). Importance of youths in community development. Perspectives for agricultural extension. In: A. C. Agumagu, et al (Eds.), Contemporary issues in agricultural extension and development studies. Series one. Port Harcourt, Nigeria: Molsyfem United Services; pp 19 -23. ISBN 978-8017-07-X.

10. Adesope, O.M., Okwusi, M.C., & Nwachukwu, I. (2010). Integration of information and communication technology into rural Nigeria. Implications for agricultural extension. In: R. Saravanan (Ed.), ICTs for Agricultural extension. Global experiments, innovations and experiences. New Delhi, India: New India Publishing Agency; pp325-360 (India). ISBN 978-93-80235-24-0.

11. Adesope, O.M., Matthews-Njoku, E.C., Oguzor, N.S. & Ugwuja, V.C. (2011). Effect of socio-economic characteristics of farmers on their adoption of organic farming practices. In: P. Sharma & V. Abrol (Eds.), Crop Production Technologies. University Campus, Croatia. http://www.intechopen.com/articles/show/title/effect-of-socio-economic-characteristics-of-farmers-on-their-adoption-of-organic-farming-practices; pp211-220 (Croatia) 

12. Adesope, O.M., Wigwe, C. C., & Alocha, O. (2013). Neglect of practical agriculture in secondary schools in Nigeria: Perspectives for garden based learning. In: J. Asodike et al (Eds) Contemporary administration and teaching issues in Nigerian school system. Owerri, Nigeria: Alphabet Publishers; pp531-541 (Nigeria). ISBN 978-046-350-X.

13. Adesope, O. M. (2014). Applying Z-Test Analysis in Agricultural Extension Research. In: A Guide to Research in Agricultural Extension. Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria, Ilorin Kwara State, Nigeria; pp. 259 – 269. (Nigeria). ISBN 978-978-8446-45-3.

14. Abbey, B.W., Nte, A., Adesope, O.M. & Briggs, T. A. (2015) Structure of an entrepreneurial university. In: Ajienja, J.A. et al. (eds) University of Port Harcourt. The evolution of an entrepreneurial university. Port Harcourt: University of Port Harcourt Press. ISBN 978-2954-04-7

 

PUBLISHED PROCEEDINGS

1. Nodu, M.B. & Adesope, O.M. (2002). Snail production opportunities in Rivers State. Proceedings of the 27th annual conference of Nigerian Society for Animal Production. Held at the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State, March 17-21, pp. 337-338

2. Matthews-Njoku, E. C. & Adesope, O. M. (2003). Correlates of duck meat consumption among rural households in Rivers State, Nigeria. Proceedings of the 28th annual conference of Nigerian Society for Animal Production (NSAP). Held at Institute of Agricultural Research and Training, Moor Plantation, Ibadan, pp. 452 – 543.

3. Matthews-Njoku, E.C. & Adesope, O.M. (2005). Level of satisfaction Extension agents in Anambra State Agricultural development Programme. Proceedings of the 10th annual national conference of Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON). Held at National Cereals Research Institute, Baddegi, Bida, Niger State, pp. 92 – 95.

5. Adesope, O.M. & Matthews-Njoku, E.C. (2005). Perceived effect of Information Technology on Agricultural research among agriculturists in Nigerian tertiary institutions. Proceedings of the 10th annual national conference of Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON). Held at National Cereals Research Institute, Baddegi, Bida, Niger State, pp. 96 - 101

6. Agumagu, A.C, Adesope, O.M., Nwaogwugwu, O.N., & Oladele O.I. (2006). Livelihood interests of rural youths in Owerri North local government area of Imo State. Changing perspectives in extension innovation system in Nigeria. Proceedings of the 11th annual national conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON) from 3rd to 6th April. Held at the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State. Pp. 197 – 203.

7. Nwaogwugwu, O.N., Agumagu, A.C, Adesope, O.M. & Onweagba, A.E. (2006). Information sourcing for extension practice in an information and communications technology driven world: Challenges for effective extension service in Nigeria. Changing perspectives in extension innovation system in Nigeria. Proceedings of the 11th annual national conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON) from 3rd to 6th April. Held at Unversity of Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State, pp. 191 – 196.

8. Adesope, O.M., Asiabaka, C.C. & Matthews-Njoku, E.C. (2006). Personal attributes affecting Extension Managers and Supervisors’ attitude towards information Technology in the Niger Delta area of Nigeria. Changing perspectives in extension innovation system in Nigeria. Proceedings of the 11th annual national conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON) from 3rd to 6th April, Held at the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, pp. 219 – 227.

9. Adesope, O.M., Agumagu, A.C And Nwaogwugwu, O.N. (2007) Factors Limiting Rural Youth Sustainable Livelihood In Imo State, Nigeria. Proceedings of the 12th National conference of Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria held at University of Maiduguri, Borno State from 4th to 7th July, pp. 57 – 61.

10. Nwaogwugwu, O.N., Ukaegbu, E.P., O.M. Adesope and A.C Agumagu (2008) Impediments To Efficient Fertilizer Application On Marginal Soils Of Abia South Agricultural Zone, Nigeria. Proceedings Of The 42nd Annual Conference Of Agricultural Society Of Nigeria, Held At Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Nigeria (19-23 October), pp. 

11. Adesope, O.M., Etuk, U.R And A.C Agumagu (2008) Urban Farming In Uyo Metropolis Of Akwa Ibom State. Proceedings Of The 42nd Annual Conference Of Agricultural Society Of Nigeria, Held At Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Nigeria (19-23 October), pp.

12. Olatunji, S.O., Adesope, O.M., Nwaogwugwu, O.N., Etuk, U.R and N. Ejiogu-Okereke (2009) Effect of health situation on agricultural labour activities of rural women in owerri agricultural zone of Imo state, Nigeria. Proceedings of the International conference on global food crisis held at Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria from April 19 to 24, pp

13. M.C. Okwusi, I. Nwachukwu and O.M. Adesope (2009) Assessment of the usefulness of agricultural information obtained from the internet among farmers in the south east Nigeria. Proceedings of the International conference on global food crisis held at Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria from April 19 to 24, pp

14. Adesope, O.M., C.I. Ezedinma, A.C. Agumagu, E.C. Matthews-Njoku, N.S. Amadi, M.C. Okwusi and A.O. Onoja (2009) Gender differences in food access among rural households in north central Nigeria. Proceedings of the International conference on global food crisis. Organized by and held at Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria from April 19 to 24, pp

15. Nwakwasi, R.N., Asiabaka, C.C., Matthews-Njoku, E.C., Nnadi, F.N., Adesope, O.M., Chikaire, J., Anaeto, F.C. and Onoh, P.A. (2009) Rural women’s involvement in organic farming practices in Isiala Mbano Local Government area in Imo State. Proceedings of the 5th national conference of organic agriculture project in tertiary institutions in Nigeria held at Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria from November 15 to 19, pp. 311 – 317.

16. Matthews-Njoku, E.C., Adesope, O.M., Nwakwasi, R.N. and Agumagu, A.C. (2009) Benefits of organic farming practices in Owerri West Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria. Proceedings of the 5th national conference of organic agriculture project in tertiary institutions in Nigeria held at Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria from November 15 to 19, pp. 318 – 322.

17. Adesope, O.M., Ezedinma, C.I., Amadi, N.S, Olatunji, S.O., Anyanwu, S.O, and Ifeanyi-Obi, C.C (2010) Effect Of Food Security Status Of Rural Households In North Central Nigeria On Their Socio-Demographic Characteristics. Proceedings of the international conference on sustainable community development 2010 (ICOSCD 2010) held at Marriot Hotel Putrajaya, Malaysia (July 21 – 22), pp. 1806 – 1815.

18. Adesope, O.M., N.S. Amadi, Antigha Essien, E.C Matthews-Njoku and Rachel Nwakwasi (2010) Crop and livestock production preferences among urban farmers in Central South Eastern Nigeria. Proceedings of the international conference on sustainable community development 2010 (ICOSCD 2010) held at Marriot Hotel Putrajaya, Malaysia (July 21 – 22), pp. 1801 - 1805

19. Nwakwasi, R.N., Asiabaka, C,C., Matthews-Njoku, E.C., Nnadi, F.N., Adesope, O.M., Chikaire, J., and Nwachukwu, C.A. (2010) Determinants of Farmer Field School as an effective means of technology transfer in Imo State, Nigeria. Proceedings of the 15th annual national conference of Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON) held at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife from May 10 – 14, pp

20. Nwakwasi, R. N., Asiabaka, C.C., Nnadi, F.N.and. Chikaire, J., Adesope, O.M., and Ifeanyi-Obi, C. C. (2012)   Enhancing farmers’ indigenous knowledge management in cassava varietal trial using Agro Ecosystem Analysis, Farmers’ Drama Group and Animations in Eastern Part Of Nigeria. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Precision Agriculture Indianapolis, Indiana USA. July 15-18, 2012. pp. 202

21. Harry, A.T, Ike, N., Okon, E.M, Franklin, N. and Adesope, O.M. (2013b) Socio economics of gender participation in private agricultural extension system in Rivers State, Nigeria. Proceedings of international conference on Research and development held in University Auditorium, University of Lome, Lome, Togo, May 13 – 16, pp. 63 - 66

22. Harry, A.T, Ike, N., Okon, E.M, Franklin, N. and Adesope, O.M. (2013a) Constraint associated with gender participation in private agricultural extension system in Rivers State, Nigeria. Proceedings of international conference on Research and development held in University Auditorium, University of Lome, Lome, Togo,May 13 – 16, pp

23. Mgbada, J.U., Adesope, O.M. and Enyinda, V. (2014) Contributions of compound farming practices to homestead food security in Niger Delta, Nigeria. 2nd International conference on sustainable environment and Agriculture (IPCBEE), Vol. 73 DOI: 10.7763/ IPCBEE

24. Egbe B. Etowa; Wilson O. Adejo; Ubokudom E. Okon; Chimkanma. C. Wigwe; Olufemi M. Adesope; Augustine O. Angba (2016) Do Nigerian Farmers Receive Remittances From Abroad? Effects Of Information And Communication Technologies. Proceedings Of The ICITED Conference At The University Of Calabar From 6-8 July

 

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

1. Efe-Omojevwe, Z.A. and Adesope, O.M (2010) The impact of Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM) revolution on low income earners in Nigeria. Information Technology in developing countries. Vol. 20, No.3 (October) India

2. Adesope, O. M. (2010) Stakeholder analysis: an effective participatory tool in extension. The Innovator, Vol. 1. Federal University of Technology, Owerri (Nigeria)

3. Adesope, O. M. (2003) Maintaining development projects among Niger Delta youths in Nigeria. Agricultural Research and Extension Network (AgREN) Newsletter. July (United Kingdom)

 

TECHNICAL REPORTS

1. Matthews-Njoku, E.C., Adesope, O.M., Ugwoke, F.O. and Ajaero, J.O. (2004) Model rural village project: Umuri community in Ikeduru local government are of Imo State. Report of community needs assessment for Umuri community in Ikeduru local gvernment, Imo State, Nigeria, December.

2. Adesope, O.M. (2004) Rural Development and Economic Center (RUDEC). Report on integrated agricultural project submitted to Forward Africa, Okigwe Road, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria.

3. Adesope, O.M. and A.I. Ojiako (2008) Impact survey of the National Special Programme on Food Security (NSPFS) 2002 -2007, Sponsored by FAO Rome and NSPFS Abuja (February 5 to 18, 2008)

4. Adesope, O.M. (2009) Enterprise development needs assessment survey in Rivers State, Nigeria. Technical report submitted to Parks Associates, Abuja. Sponsored by Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency (SMEDAN), Abuja, Nigeria (September 9 to October 29, 2009)

5. Food security assurance: a baseline report. Report submitted to the Rivers State Sustainable Development Agency (RSSDA), Port Harcourt, Nigeria (November, 2011)

6. Adesope, O.M. (2011) Contribution of advisory services and input support, support to ADPs and adaptive research to the attainment of the Fadama III Project development objective in Bayelsa State, Nigeria. Report presented to the Bayelsa State Fadama III Project, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, Nigeria (November 2011)