Adereti, F. O. and E. O. Adeleye
(1998): “Job Satisfaction Level Among Agricultural Science Teachers: A
Comparative Study of Male and Female Teachers in Ondo State”. Journal of the
Science Teachers Association of Nigeria Vol. 33, Nos. 1 & 2, pp. 72-76.
Ajayi, A.O., Kolawole, O.D., and F.O. Adereti (2000); “Analysis of safety
practices during the application of Agrochemicals and their implications for
Agricultural Extension programme planning” Journal of school Health Education
Vol. 7 Nos. 1& 2, pp.92 – 103
Adereti, F.O. (2002); “Poverty Alleviation in the Grassroots; implications for
Agricultural Education as a discipline. Agricultural Science Journal. Vol.1 No
1, pp 50 – 59
Adereti, F.O. and O.A. Adeokun (2004): “Women’s Access to Infrastructural
facilities in Rural Areas of Osun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Rural
Sociology. Vol.4 Nos. 1 and 2, pp.41 – 48.
Adereti, F.O. and A.O. Ajayi (2004): Agricultural and Non-Agricultural Income
generating Activities of Rural Women of Different Socio-economic Status for
Poverty reduction in Osun State, Nigeria. Journal of Rural Research and
Information. Vol.1, pp 13 – 21.
Adereti F. O. (2004) Involvement of Rural Women in Palm oil Processing in Ife
South Local Government Area of Osun State, Nigeria: Implications of Poverty
Alleviation. Journal of Research in Education and Rural Development Vol. 2, pp
31- 40 .
Adereti, F.O. (2005): Coping Mechanisms of Rural Women in Poverty Alleviation in
Osun State in a Democratic and Deregulated Economy: Implications for
Agricultural Extension. Journal of Agricultural Extension Vol.8, pp.50 – 59.
Deji, O.F., F.O. Adereti and O.A. Ilori (2005): Factors Associated with
Accessibility of Female Headed Household to Selected Agricultural Production
Resources in Osun State, Nigeria, Nigerian Journal of Rural Sociology, Vol. 5
Nos 1& 2, pp. 32-41
Adeokun, O.A., S.F. Adedoyin and F.O. Adereti (2002): “Effects of Rural
development Projects on Peoples Standard of living in selected communities in
Ikorodu Area of Lagos State, Nigeria. Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual
Conference of the Nigerian Rural Sociological Association. Held at the
Conference Centre University of Ibadan, pp 49 – 54
Malik M., D.O.Torimiro and F.O. Adereti (203) Parents’ Perception of Development
indicators for school youth: Implications for enhancing decent livelihood in
Nigeria. Proceeding of the 6th Annual Meeting and Conference of Children in
Agriculture Programme (CIAP), pp 97-104
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