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Lateef Adekunle Adelakun is a scholar of media and development communication. He earned his PhD in Media Studies from University of Malaya, Malaysia; Master degree and B.Sc. degree in mass communication from University of Lagos, Nigeria. Lateef has about 12-year university experience in research and academic functions from three different universities. He served as an Assistant Lecturer in the Aspiring Academic Programme in University of Malaya Malaysia during his PhD programme. His research focuses are impactful and translate to development. He has been involved in studies related to development communication and communication theories most especially in the area of new media. He has demonstrated professionalism in research with more than twenty of his research works published in reputable journals. His research works are well revered with a progressive increase in citation index and h-index. He is also credited with a book chapter and he has developed three course materials (In book form) in the area of media laws International communication and world media system as well as Development Communication for Open and Distant Learning students. Lateef is dexterous in many social science research tools and software packages such as Endnote, Mendeley, N’Vivo and Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS). He is very proficient in data gathering, analysis, sorting, manipulation, discursion, and reporting.
Lateef Adekunle Adelakun (PhD)
B.Sc. Mass Communication
PGD Mass Communication
M.Sc. Mass Communication
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