Dr. IGWE, Dickson Ogbonnaya

Dr. IGWE, Dickson Ogbonnaya

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Senior Lecturer

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+2348058989545

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Criminology (Terrorism, Policing, Penology, Victimology and Crime Statistics);

Political Sociology (Collective action, Inclusiveness, Violence, Power Relations and Social Research);

Sociology of Development (Identity studies, Peace building, Social inequality and network, Conflict studies). 

 

PUBLICATIONS
Book 1. Igwe, D. O., 2013.  Domestic Violence (Course Material-CSS 381); National Open University of Nigeria Press, Kaduna, Kaduna Nigeria
 
Book Chapters

2. Igwe, D. O.,  2013   Nigeria in the Age of Globalisation‖ in Bola A. Akintenua (ed.), Nigeria and the World: A Bolaji Akinyemi Revisited, Lagos: NIIA.
 
3. Igwe, D. O. 2013. Sustainable Development and the Paradox of Ethnicity in Social Movement in Nigeria in Babatunde S., Victor. E. And Rasheed, O. O., 2013. Nigeria at 50 Politics, Society and Development, John Archers, p: 120-140.
 
Local Peer Reviewed Journal Publication 4. Igwe, D. O. 2010. The Persistence of Imperial Presidency in Africa‘s Democratic  Transition, Nigerian Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 36, No.1,           p.120-136 5. Igwe, D. O. and Anasi, S. N. I. 2010. Capacity Building and Professionalism in Nigeria. International Journal of Social and Policy Issues Vol. 7, No. 1, p: 46-64.
 
6. Igwe, D. O. & A. O. Omobowale, 2018. Identity politics, land conflict and the deepening development challenges in Ezillo community, Ebonyi State, South-east Nigeria, KASU Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 9, Number 1, p: 47-62. 7. Igwe, D. O. & Abubakar, L. A. 2019. Corruption, the Bane of Institutional Reform in  Law Enforcement, International Journal of Modern Sociology and Security  Studies, Vol. 2
 
8. Igwe, D. O. & Abubakar, L. A. 2019. Boko Haram Terror, Structural Violence and its Implication on New Media Propaganda, International Journal of Modern Sociology and Security Studies, Vol. 2
 
9. Igwe, D. O., Omobowale, A. O. & Abubakar, L. A. 2019. Criminal Violation of  Electoral Laws as Consequence of Garrison Command Culture in Nigeria`s  Democratic Experience, African Journal for Security and Development, Vol. 2, No. 4, p: 50-66.
 
10. Igwe, D. O. & Abubakar, L. A. 2019. Gender and Peace Process in Nigerian Security Architecture, African Journal for Security and Development, Vol. 2, No. 4, p: 97-109.
 
11. Igwe, D. O. 2019. Social innovation markets and networks in Nnewi, Anambra State  Nigeria, Trade & Industrial Policy Strategies (TIPS) Publication, Johannesburg South Africa.
 
12. Igwe, D. O.  2014.  ―Social Conflict, Security and Peace Building in the Information  Communication Age‖, Chorzowskie Studia Polityczne Journal Vol.6; No. 1. 
  
13. Igwe, D. O. 2014. ―Militancy in Nigeria`s Niger Delta Region‖, Chorzowskie Studia Polityczne Journal, Vol.7; No. 1, p: 135-156.
 
14. Igwe, D. O. 2014. Inclusive Education and Criminality: a Challenge to the National  Open University of Nigeria, Chorzowskie Studia  Polityczne Journal Vol.7; No. 2, p: 219-235.
 
15. Igwe, D. O. and Okoronkwor, P. N. 2013. The Age of Security and Democracy,  Nigerian Example: The Way Forward; Global Journal of Human Social Sciences –  Political Science, Volume 13, Issue 2, Versions 10, p: 43-52
 
16. Igwe, D. O. 2013. The Age of Security and Democracy, Nigerian Example: The Way  Forward‖, Global Journal of Human Social Sciences - Political Science, Volume 13 Issue 2, Versions 1.0.
 
17. Igwe, D. O. 2012. Perception of Power in the Context of National Security and  Foreign Policy Thrust, International Journal of Military and Strategic Studies, Volume 14, Issue 2. 
 
18. Igwe, D. O. 2012. Perception of Violence in International Relations, African Example Global Journal of HUMAN SOCIAL SCIENCE Sociology, Economics  & Political Science Volume 12 Issue 12 Versions 10, pp: 68-78
 
19. Igwe, D. O. 2012. The Roles of ICT Development in Open and Distance Education:  Achievements, Prospects and Challenges; African Journal of Teacher  Education Vol. 2, No. 2 AJOTE: Educational Studies in Status, Language, Gender, Culture and Society: 22/10, pp:1-14 http://gir.uoguelph.ca/index.php/ajote. 
 
20. Igwe, D. O. 2012. Urban Violence: a Challenge to Institutional Strengthening, in Nigeria, Global Journal of History and Culture Vol. 1, No. 1, p: 022-032, January.
 
21. Igwe, D. O. 2012. Perception of Electoral Violence and Democratization in Ibadan,  Ibadan, Oyo State Nigeria, Taylor & Francis, Rutledge International   Journal of Democracy and Security, Volume 8, Issue 1. pp. 51-71. March.
 
22. Igwe, D. O. 2012. Social movements, sustainable development and the problem of ethnicity in Nigeria, Int. J. Sustainable Society, Vol. 4, No. 4, p: 405-418
 
23. Igwe, D. O. 2011. Violent Conflicts as an impediment to the Achievement of  Millennium Development Goals in Africa; International Journal of Military and Strategic Studies, Volume13, Issue 2, p: 1-27. 
 
24. Igwe, D. O. 2011. Demographic delusion and urban violence: a challenge to youth  development in Nigeria, International Journal of Global Environmental   Issues, Volume 11, No. 3/4 pp. 218 – 230, Inderscience Publishers.
 
25.  Igwe, D. O. 2011. Globalization and the problems of entrepreneurial development in Nigeria. World Review of Entrepreneurship Management and Sustainable Development Volume 7, Issue 3, pages 348-360. 
 
26. Igwe, D. O. 2011. The continuity of ‗autocratic presidency‘ in Africa‘s democratisation Project. International Journal of Public Policy, Volume.7, No. 1/2/3, pp. 180-194, Inderscience Publishers.
 
27. Igwe, D. O. 2011. Africa in the Age of Globalisation, International Journal of  Sociology and Anthropology Vol. 3, No. 8, p: 295-303, August.
 
28. Igwe, D. O. and Anasi, S. N. I. 2010. Capacity building and professionalism,  International Journal of Social and Policy Issues Vol. 7, No. 1, p: 165-177.
 
B. SELECTED PRESENTATIONS AT CONFERENCES, SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS
 
a) Igwe, D. O. 2019. Decimated and Degraded Boko Haram Insurgence: Media Banter against Terrorism in North-East Nigeria accepted for oral presentation during the 2019 conference scheduled to hold in Bayero University, Kano, between 5th and 7th November 2019.

b) Igwe, D. O. and Mande S., 2019. Inclusive Education for Sustainable Public Relations and Reliable Crime Statistics in Nigeria, A Paper presented to annual Ibadan Sustainable Development Summit (ISDS), on the 19th -21 of August, 2019.

c) Igwe, D. O. 2019. Social Innovation Markets and Networks in Nnewi, Anambra State Nigeria, A Paper presented at the TIPS Annual Forum 2019 hosted by Trade & Industrial Policy Strategies (TIPS) in partnership with the South African Research Chair in Industrial Development, based at the University of Johannesburg, the Technology Innovation Agency, Department of Science and Technology and the Department of Trade and Industry.

d) Igwe, D. O. 2018. Climate Variation-Induced Migration, Land Conflicts, and Security Situation in Nigeria, 2018 Conference African Heritage at TBA, Enugu, Nigeria, June 28 – 29.

e) Igwe, D. O. and Omobowale, A. O., 2018. The Sociology of Security: An Explanation of Electoral Violence Network in Nigeria on the list of abstracts accepted for the Toyin Falola @ 65 Conference: African knowledge and alternative futures 29-31 January 2018.

f) Local Concerns Underpinning Militarized Electoral Criminality in Nigeria`s Democratization Effort: Ibadan as a case study.– Paper presented at the  Sociology Distinguished Lecture and Conference 20th -  23rd August, 2014, Sociology Department in conjunction with the Independent National Electoral Commission Abuja.

g) Synergizing Open Distance Learning, Terrorism and Demilitarization in Nigeria Context. Presented at SASS` Monthly Academic Board Seminar 4th August, 2014 in the SASS Conference hall. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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