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Youths Awareness and Visit Patterns to Recreation and Tourists Sites in Lagos
Determined to galvanise her tourism sector, the Nigerian government publicised the nation’s Tourism Master Plan in 2005, which among others, highlighted the near-crisis state of tourism infrastructure compounded by a rather ...
Risky Sexuality and Perceptual Assessment of the Significant Intervention Constituencies. A Gender-based Analysis of Lagos School-based Adolescents
(South Africa/Union for Africa Population Studies (UAPS), 2016)
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Information-Field Differentials and HIV/AIDS’ Notional Inclinations of Mobility-Differentiated Population Groups: Clues from a Lagos Study
(South Africa/Union for Africa Population Studies (UAPS), 2012)
This paper aims at filling identified perspective-cum-analytical-framework gap on sexuality-risk analysis between mobile and immobile population groups. It originated from a multi-dimensional study on itinerancy-cum-sexuality-risk ...
Patterns and Models of Building-Use Conversion in Metropolitan Lagos: Insight from a Comparative Analysis
(Unilag Journal Management Systems, 2014)
The convergence of two related issues which impact negatively on the metropolis’ residential sub-stock motivated this paper. Employing the purposive and random sampling techniques respectively to select its samples from ...
Cultural Tourism: A Sustainable Development Strategy for Nigeria’s Rural Area
(Dept. Geography and Planning, University of Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti., 2010)
Without cultural heritage, there would not be any tourism. One’s future depends on the others, (Sanusi, 2002). Regions, and settlement in Nigeria do not only serve as centers of production and consumption, they also ...
Local Governments as Strategic Partners for Service Delivery in Nigeria
(Department of Maritime Management of Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri., 2014)
This paper is motivated by recent controversies surrounding granting of autonomy to local governments in Nigeria and examines advantages of local governments as dependable vehicles for service delivery. By using qualitative ...
Model Variables of Risk Elements in Sexual Behaviour: a Comparative Analysis of Lagos-Based Traders
(South Africa/Union for Africa Population Studies (UAPS), 2011)
This paper compares sexuality risk variables and the logit models of it inerantly differentiated tradesmen groups in Lagos Nigeria. The study, using survey design, compared the groups’ biosocial characteristics and then ...
Effective Urban Infrastructure Governance in Africa: Resolving the Wealth-Poverty Paradox
(IGI Global, USA, 2016)
The main thrust of this chapter is to examine effective urban infrastructure governance in Africa: resolving the wealth-poverty paradox. The chapter is organized into five main sections according to the identified objectives ...
Factors Influencing Willingness to Pay for Improved Urban Services in Selected Slum Communities: Empirical Evidence From Lagos Megacity
The diminishing resource-capacities of governments for intervention-cum-development purposes vis-à-vis the threats of exacerbating degeneration of existing slums, driven by uncontrollable influx of immigrants, motivated ...
Property-use Conversion in Lagos Metropolis in the Context of the Vacillating Regulatory Approaches of the Physical Development Agency
The lopsided focus of research on metropolitan housing deficit, which preponderantly neglects the import of use-conversion of properties in the assessment of the problem, motivated this paper. Primarily, it analyzes the ...