Socio-economic perspectives of male sexual challenges and inter-spousal communication in a mono-cultural setting
The study examined the socio-economic context of husband’s sexual deficiency on husband-wife communication among the Yoruba in the southwest geopolitical zone of Nigeria. The study adopted a structured face-to-face interview among 145 couples in the ratio of 50:50 among couples with husbands that have sexual challenges and the control group. Four focus group discussions were also held among...
AMOO, Emmanuel Olagunju
Amoo Emmauel O. » Emmanuel O Amoo is a dynamic senior faculty member having BSc, MSc, and PhD in Demography and Social Statistics. Supervises students and teaches courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels in the areas of Social Statistics, Population Studies, Principles of Economics, Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods, Reproductive Health, Demographic Techniques, Economics and Statistical... view full profile
Sexuality in indigenous Migration within Urban Sprawl in Nigeria: Implications for Industrial Development.
Variations in Demographic Factors influencing Contraceptive usage among Married Women in Nigeria (1999-2008).
The Impact of Male Reproductive Health Problems on Conjugal Satisfaction: Implications on Women Fertility.
Internal Migration and Urban Employment among the Youths: The case study of Street traders in Nigeria.
Fertility Behaviour and Wealth Situation in Nigeria: Evidence from 2013 Demographic and Health Survey
Dataset on analysis of quality of health and social insurance subscription in different socio-economic class of workers in selected areas in southwest Nigeria
Emerging Teen Fatherhood and its implications for National Development. Journal of Population Association of Nigeria, Vol. 4, No 1, 2012. Population Association of Nigeria. ISSN 1597-0612. P93-11
Scanty Dressing Habit and Sexual Comportment among Adolescent Girls in Metropolitan Lagos: Implications for HIV/AIDS Incidence.
Knowledge, Attitude and Prevention Mechanisms against HIV/AIDS among off-street Sex Workers in Metropolitan Lagos
Mothers’ Utilization of Programme Interventions to reduce Maternal Mortality in South-Western Nigeria