Birth Order as a Correlate of Young Persons’ Education Performance in Akure, Southwestern Nigeria
Published at Journal of Demography and Social Statistics, O.A.U., Ile-Ife Osun State
Published in 2008
Fagbeminiyi Fasina » Fagbeminiyi Fasina holds a Ph.D. in Demography and Social Statistics. He is a researcher with a flair for safe motherhood and other reproductive health issues. He worked extensively on socioeconomic and cultural determinants of maternal access and the use of modern healthcare facilities in Nigeria. view full profile
Couples’ Socio-Economic Characteristics: Determinants of Children’s Nutritional Status in Akure South Local Government Area of Ondo State, Nigeria.
Prevalence of early child birth and its implication on safe child delivery in Osun State, South-Western Nigeria.
Population Change, Infrastructure Usage and Economic Development in Selected sub-Saharan African countries
(Forthcoming): Residential Influence on Child Survival in Nigeria: Its implication on population growth.
(Forthcoming): Socio-Demographic Factors Influencing Fertility in Nigeria: Its Impacts on Population Growth
Student Support Services Infrastructural Framework for Excellent Academic Performance in Tertiary Institutions