Prof. Ekeoma Bona Joe Iheriohanma

Iheriohanma

Prof. Ekeoma Bona Joe Iheriohanma

STATUS/RANK: PROFESSOR

E-mail: iherioha2005@yahoo.com; ekeoma.iheriohanma@futo.edu.ng

 

PRESENT WORK:

DIRECTORATE OF GENERAL STUDIES, FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, OWERRI, IMO STATE, NIGERIA.

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

  1. First School Leaving Certificate (Intermediate)
  2. General Certificate of Education (G.C.E.) O /L
  3. Bachelor of Science (Social Sciences) Sociology / Anthropology, Second Class (Hons.) Upper Division. (B.Sc.) (Soc.Sc.) Soc/Anthrop. (University of Ife, Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria)
  4. Master of Science (M.Sc., Industrial Sociology) (University of Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria)
  5. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD, Industrial Sociology) (University of Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria)

 

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

  1. Industrial Sociology
  2. Industrial Relations
  3. Rural Sociology
  4. Human Resources Management
  5. Sociology of Development

 

SPECIFIC RESEARCH INTEREST

  1. Industrial Sociologist
  2. Rural Sociologist
  3. Human Resources Management Expert
  4. Community Development Expert

 

AWARDS

  1. An Award of Excellence as Embodiment of Intellectual Sagacity by Ikeduru Students Association, Federal University of Technology (FUTO), Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria, 2012.
  2. Investiture as the Pillar of CYON By His Grace, Most Rev. Dr. A.J.V. Obinna, Catholic Archbishop of Owerri Archdiocese / Catholic Youth Organization of Nigeria (CYON) Owerri Archdiocese at the 2014 Youth Day Celebration, 2014.
  3. Award of Honour by OkpualaAmakohia Dynamic Klub (OADK), Ikeduru, Imo State at the Maiden Edition of OADK Lecture Series, 2014.
  4. Merit Award as Ambassador, Jehova-Jireh Family of St. John’s (ANG) Church, Ihiagwa, Imo State, Nigeria, 2015.

 

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES / SOCIETIES

  1. Member – Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association (NASA).
  2. Member – Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM).
  3. Fellow – The Chattered Institute of Public Administrators of Nigeria (CIPAN)
  4. Member – General Studies Association of Nigeria.

 

SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY SERVICES / ACTIVITIES

  1. Editor in- Chief – International Journal of Development and Management Review (INJODEMAR). An International Journal of Development and Management Study Group, Directorate of General Studies, FUTO. E-mail: injodemarng2007@yahoo.com Website: http://ajol.info/index.php/ijdmr/index; www.ajol.info
  1. Editor – Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business, UK Chapter, United Kingdom. E-mail: ijcrb@gmx.com. Website: ijcrbwebs.com
  2. Editor – International Journal of Gender and Development Issues, Journal of Centre for Women, Gender and Development Studies, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria. Website: www.ajol.info/journals/cwgds
  3. Editor – FUTOJOURNALS SERIES (FUTOJNLS) Tetfund Sponsored. E-mail: editorialfutojnls@gmail.com
  4. Consulting Editor – African Journal of Social Issues (AJOSI). The Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa. E-mail: ajosi2009@yahoo.com.
  5. Associate Editor – Nigerian Journal of Development Alternatives (NJDA).
  6. Member – OkpualaAmakohia Development Union, Owerri Main Branch, ImoState.
  7. Member and Vice President – Oganihu Age Grade, OkpualaAmakohia, Ikeduru
  8. Member and Secretary General – OkpualaAmakohia Graduates Association.
  9. Member – Building Committee, New Father’s House, St. Brendan’s Catholic  Parish, Amakohia, Ikeduru, Imo State.
  10. Member and Chairman – Aroma Neighbourhood Association, UmuakaliNaze, Owerri North Local Government, 2000 – 2009.

 

 PUBLICATIONS

A: JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

  1. **Iheriohanma, E. B. J. and Emenyonu, C. C. (2018). Synergic Relationship between Effective Information and Intelligence Needs Analysis, Utilization and Security in Nigeria. European Journal of Social Sciences Studies, 2(Issue 12): 137 – 150.  www.oapub.org/soc.

  2. **Egbegi, F. R. and Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2018). Exploring the Synergic Relationship between ASUU and the Federal Government in Restoring Industrial Harmony in Nigeria Public Universities. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS), 23(Issue 3. Ver. 1): 14 – 23. www.iosrjournals.org


  3. **Omeire, C.O., Iheriohanma, E. B. J., Osita-Njoku, A., Omeire, E. U. and Onoh, P. A. (2017). Empirical Investigation on the Practice and Acceptance of Child Adoption in Igbo Land, South Eastern Nigeria. Futo Journal Series (FUTOJNLS),     3(1): 77 – 87. www.futojnls.org


  4. **Ukachukwu, Chukwuma C., Iheriohanma, E. B. J. and Nwokorie, Chinedu N. (2017). Nigeria Union of Teachers’ Efforts on Adequate Wages and Performance of Teachers in Public Schools in Imo State, Nigeria. South-South Journal of Culture and Development, 19(1): 176 – 198 ssjcd.org or Google ssjcd


  5. **Naetor, V. M., Iheriohanma, E. B. J. and Ukachukwu, C. C. (2016). Analysis of         Workplace Diversity and Employee Productivity in Rivers State Civil Service, Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS), 21, Issue         6, Ver. 5: 26 – 36. www.iosrjournals.org


  6. **Omeire, C. O., Iheriohanma, E. B. J., Osita-Njoku, A. and Omeire, E. U. (2015). The Challenges of Child Adoption and the Emergence of Baby Factory in South Eastern Nigeria, International Journal of Education and Research, 3(8):63 – 74.www.ijern.com


  7. **Nwokocha, I. and Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2015). Nexus Between Leadership Styles, Employee Retention and Performance in Organizations in Nigeria, European Scientific Journal, 11 (13): 185 – 209. www.eujournal.org.


  8. **Iheriohanma, E. B. J., Wokoma, C. U. and Nwokorie, C. N. (2014). Leadership Question and the Challenges of Community Development in Nigeria, European Scientific Journal, 10 (35): 204 – 216. www.eujournal.org.


  9. **Austin-Egole, I. S., Wokoma, C. U. and Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2014). Globalization and Emerging Work Trends: Implications for Organizations in Nigeria, IOSR Journal of Business and Management (IOSR-JBM), 16(9 Version VI): 26 – 31. (An International Journal), Website: www.iosrjournals.org.


  10. **Okoroafor, E. C. and Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2014). Patriarchy, Gender Equality and the Implications for Productive Development of the Nigerian Worker, European Scientific Journal, 10(23):106 – 127. (An International Journal), Website: www.eujournals.org.


  11. **Ukachukwu, C. C. and Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2013). The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the Challenges of Youth Development in Nigeria, Asian Social Science, 9(15): 253 – 262. (An International Journal), Website: www.ccsenet.org/ass

  12. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2013). Science and the Scientific Nature of Research in the Social Sciences. Studies in Sociology of Science, 4(2): 19 – 30 (An International Journal). Websites:  www.cscanada.org; www.cscanada.net

  13. **Ukachukwu, C. C. and Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2013). The Effect of Cultural Diversity on Employee Productivity in Work Organizations in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, International Journal of Development and Management Review (INJODEMAR). 8(1): 32 – 49. An International Journal, Websites: http://ajol.info/index.php/ijdmr/index; http://www.ajol.info.


  14. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2012). Ndi-Igbo and the Quest for Socio-Political Empowerment in the Nigerian Nation: A Reflection. Colloquium (Onugaotu) Papers with the Theme: “OKEZUO OGBUU ALAA”, Presented at the 2012Ahiajioku Lecture Festival, Thursday (Orie) 22nd November 2012, Published by the Ministry of        Culture and Tourism, Owerri Imo State, Nigeria, pp 14 – 23.


  15. **Njemanze, Q. U and Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2012). Effective Language Use: Option for Education for Human Empowerment, Competency and Citizenship in Nigeria.   International Journal of Educational Science (Int J EduSci) 4(2): 117 – 122. (An International Journal). Website: www.krepublishers.com


  16. **Nwokocha, I. and Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2012) Emerging Trends in Employee Retention Strategies in a Globalizing Economy: Nigeria in Focus. Asian Social Science, Vol. 8 No. 10 pp 198 – 207. Website: www.ccsenet.org/ass by Canadian Centre of Science and Education.


  17. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2011) The Nigerian University System and the Challenges of Capacity Building in a Globalized Economy.Studies in Sociology of Science. Vol. 2 No. 1pp 6 – 13 (An International Journal). Websites:  www.cscanada.org; www.cscanada.net


  18. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2011) Capacity Building, Leadership Question and Drains of Corruption in Africa: A Theoretical Discourse. Asian Social Science Vol. 7. No. 3 pp 131 – 138. (An International Journal). Website: www.ccsenet.org/ass by Canadian Centre of Science and Education.


  19. **Wokoma, C. U. and Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2010) Interaction Between Globalization and Organizational Performance in the Third World: Nigeria in Focus. Studies in Sociology of Science. Vol. 1 No. 2 pp 72 – 80 (An International Journal). Websites: www.cscanada.org; www.cscanada.net


  20. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2010) Globalization, Poverty and National Development: The Nigeria Situation. Ife PsychologIA: An International Journal of Psychology in Africa. Vol. 18 No. 1 pp 289 – 308. E-mail: ifepsy@yahoo.com Website: www.ifepsychologia.org, Journal is a member of the African Journal on Line, Website: http://www.ajol.info Abstracted and Indexed for Psychological Abstract (PA). (Registered in Nigeria RC 011934 and in Ghana RC 83305).


  21. **Iheriohanma, E. B. J. and Oguoma, O. (2010) Governance, Leadership Crisis and Underdevelopment in Africa: An Explorative Discourse. European Journal of Social Sciences Vol. 12 No. 3 pp 409 – 416. http://www.eurojournals.com/EJSS.


  22. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2010) The Nexus Between Leadership Question and Poverty Trap in Africa. LWATI JOURNAL: A Journal of Contemporary Research, Vol. 6 No. 2. pp 232 – 240. University of Swaziland, Southern Africa.Website: http//www.francismogu.com


  23. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2009) Down the Great Drains; A Sociological Discourse of the Entangle and Challenges of Corruption and Development in Nigeria. LWATI JOURNAL: A Journal of Contemporary Research, Vol. 6 No. 2. pp 232 – 240. University of Swaziland, Southern Africa. Website: http//www.francismogu.com


  24. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2009) Organizational Knowledge Leadership and Employee Productivity: A Study of Imo State, Nigeria Civil Service. Ife PsychologIA: An International Journal. Vol. 17 No. 2. Pp 121 – 138. E-mail: ifepsy@yahoo.com Website: www.ifepsychologia.org, Journal is a member of the African Journal on Line, Website: http://www.ajol.info Abstracted and Indexed for Psychological Abstract (PA). (Registered in Nigeria RC 011934 and in Ghana RC 83305).


  25. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2009) Socio-Structural Pressures and the Challenges of Survival and Crime Committal in Nigeria. Journal of Social Sciences (J. Soc. Sci.,) Interdisciplinary Reflection of Contemporary Society Vol. 21 No. 3, pp 167 – 175 ISSN 0971-8923 Ramla Raj Enterprises, India, www.krepublishers.com Ref. No. JSS-894


  26. **Iheriohanma, E. B. J. and Ukachukwu, Chukwuma C. (2009) The Development of Human Capital and the Challenges of Knowledge-Based Production: The Nigeria Situation. Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business (IJCRB) Vol. 1 No. 6. pp 48 – 61. E-mail: ijcrb@gmx.com, Website: www.ijcrbwebs.com. Journal is listed in ULRICH’S periodicals Directory. UK Chapter: Canterbury, Kent, CT2, 7PE, United Kingdom.


  27. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2009) The Challenges of Youths Involvement in Violence, Conflicts and Crises Management in Igboland, Nigeria. Journal of Social Sciences (J. Soc. Sci.) Interdisciplinary Reflection of Contemporary Society Vol. 22 No.2 pp 77 – 84. ISSN 0971 – 8923 E-mail: kre@airtelmail.in Website: www.krepublishers.com, Ref. No. JSS-998. Ramla Raj Enterprises, India.


  28. **Oteh, C. O., Ogbuke, M. U. and Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2009) Child Abuse as a Set Back on Nation Building: A Study of Ezza Community in Ebonyi State, Nigeria. InternationalJournal of Development and Management Review (INJODEMAR), Vol. 4 No. 1, pp 86 – 95.  An International Journal, Websites: http://ajol.info/index.php/ijdmr/index; http://www.ajol.info.


  29. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2008) Linkage Between Participatory Management, Managerial Efficiency and Productivity in the Nigerian Civil Service. IKOGHO: A Multi-Disciplinary Journal, Vol. 05 No. 1, pp 56 – 64.. Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria.


  30. **Ihunna, O. and Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2008) Doing Science: A Theoretical Exposition of a Dualized Knowledge Platform and the New University Entrant. International Journal of Development and Management Review (INJODEMAR), Vol. 3 No. 1, pp 229 – 240. An International Journal, Websites: http://ajol.info/index.php/ijdmr/index; http://www.ajol.info.


  31. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2008) Sociological Analysis of the Etiology of Corruption and the Crisis of Development in Nigeria. ANSU ARTS & SOCIAL SCIENCES REVIEW.  Vol. 1 No. 1, pp 119 – 128. Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, AnambraStateUniversity,  Uli, Anambra State, Nigeria.


  32. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2007) Rural Economy, Development Opportunities and Constraints in Oil – Producing Communities of The NigerDelta, Nigeria.International Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 6 No. 1 166 – 179. Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Uyo, Nigeria.


  33. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2007) The Socio-Economic Issues Challenging Workers’ Participation in Management and Productivity in Nigeria. IKOGHO: A Multi-Disciplinary Journal. Vol. 04 No. iv pp 1 – 12. Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria.


  34. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2007) The Social Structure, Campus Cultism and National Development: Strategic Issues, Implications and Challenges. Journal of Economics and Business Sciences, Vol.1 No. 4 pp 34 – 39. Department of Economics, Imo State University, Owerri, Nigeria.


  35. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2007) Globalization and Human Capital Development: The Nigerian Situation. South-South Journal of Culture and Development. Vol. 9 No. 1 pp 114 – 137. Department of Sociology, University of Uyo, Nigeria.


  36. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2007) Globalization, Culture and Poverty Reduction in the Context of Nigerian Rural Communities. International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development (IJARD), Website: www.ajol.info/journals/ijard, Vol. 10 pp 53 – 57. School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State. (Journal is a member of African Journal on Line, AJOL).


  37. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2006) Perceived Workers’ Interest in Participatory Management: Issues and Challenges. International Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 5 No. 1, pp 100 – 112. Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Uyo, Nigeria.


  38. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2006) The National Question, Human Rights Violation and National Development: Strategic Issues, Implications and Challenges in a Globalizing World. Knowledge Review Vol. 13 No. 5, pp 26 – 35. University of Benin, Nigeria.


  39. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2006) The Challenging Problems of Productivity in Nigerian Public Institutions:             Issues and Strategies. Nigerian Public Administration Review, Vol. 1 No. 1. pp 115 – 126. Department of Public Administration, Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Nigeria.


  40. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2006) Exploration of the Perceived Effects of the Interaction Between Leadership Style, Workers’ Ability and Motivation on Productivity: Issues and Prospects. Journal of Industrial Business and Economic Research (The Jiber)(Listed in Cabell’s Directory of Publishing Opportunities (USA)), Vol. 10 No. 1, pp 52 – 65. University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria.


  41. **Iheriohanma, E. B. J.and Anah, C. I. (2005) Culture of Poverty Theory and The Pauperization of the Nigerian Workers: The Role of Colonization, Urbanization and Globalization. Journal of General Studies (JOGS), Vol. 1 No. 1. pp 122 – 129). School of General Studies, Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri Nigeria.


  42. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2005) Government Reforms, Human Capital Development and the Emerging Global Economic Order: The Neglected Fundamental Issues and Challenges. Journal of Industrial Business and Economic Research (The Jiber)(Listed in Cabell’s Directory of Publishing Opportunities (USA)), Vol. 9 No. 2, pp 147 – 158. University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria.


  43. **Obasi, O. O. and Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2005) Manpower Development for Increased Productivity: The Challenges of Personnel Management in Nigeria. The Nigerian Academic Forum, Vol. 9 No.3 pp 43 – 49. Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria.


  44. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J.(2005) Participatory Management as a Need: The Challenges for Managerial Efficiency and Sustainable Productivity. Knowledge Review Vol. 1 No. 2. , pp 1 – 8. University of Benin, Nigeria.


  45. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2005) Resource Potentials of  Nigerian Rural Women and Sustainable National Development. Nigerian Journal of Development Alternatives (NJDA), Vol. 1 No. 1 pp 91 – 97. Owerri, National Association for the Promotion of Development Studies (NAPAS).


  46. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2004) Human Resources Development and Productivity in the Public Service in Nigeria: Problems and Challenges. Journal of the Sociological Sciences, Vol. 2 No. 1, pp 128 – 144. Department of Sociology, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.


  47. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2004) Promotional Factors to Low Productivity in Nigeria: Issues and Strategies. Nigerian Journal of Research and Productivity. Vol. 4. No. 1.pp 86 95. Enugu State University of Science and Technology, (ESUT), Enugu, Nigeria.


  48. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2002)   Road Traffic Accidents: A Study of the Implications on Manpower Development in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Urban and Regional Development. Vol. 2 No.2 pp 89 – 104. Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria.


  49. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2002) Manpower Development and Rural Sector Economy: A Strategic Policy Check on Urban Pull Among Nigerian Youths. Nigerian Journal of Urban and Regional Development. Vol. 2 No. 1 pp 182 – 197. Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria.


  50. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2000) Management Understanding of Worker Behaviour in Organizations: Need for a Holistic Approach. The Departure. Vol. 1 No. 1 pp 74 – 84. Department of Sociology, University of Uyo, Nigeria.


  51. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (1997) Motivating Organization’s Workforce: A Project Management Instrument Against Labour Turn-Over. Journal of Project ManagementIheriohanma, E. B. J. and Anyim, C. O. (1996) Felt Need as an Indispensable Factor in Selecting Rural Development Projects. Journal of Technology and Education in Nigeria (JOTEN) Vol. 1 No. 1. pp 72 – 76.


  52. *Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (1997) Socio-Structural Factors and Secret Cultism: Implications for Technical Education in Nigeria. Journal of Technology and Education in Nigeria (JOTEN), Vol. 2 Nos. 1 & 2 pp 37 – 43.


  53. **Iheriohanma, E. B. J. and Anyim, C. O. (1996) Felt Need as an Indispensable Factor in Selecting Rural Development Projects. Journal of Technology and Education in Nigeria (JOTEN) Vol. 1 No. 1. pp 72 – 76.

 

* Single Authored;  ** Co-authored

 

B: TEXTBOOKS WRITTEN

  1. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (1997) Sociology: A Practical Understanding of Social Reality. 2nd Edition, Owerri: Tropical Publications.
  2. Iheriohanma,  E. B. J. (1999) The Wave of Love. Owerri: Cida Organizations.
  1. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2002) Contemporary Issues in Organization Theory and Management.Second Edition. Owerri: Centre for Research and Manpower Development (CREMD) Publishers.

C: EDITED BOOKS

  1. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2003) (ed) Path to Nigerian Political and Economic Development. Enlarged Edition, Owerri: Kosoko Press.
  1. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2003) (ed) The Nigerian State and Development: Issues in Citizenship Education. Owerri: Ugonna Ventures (Nig.).

D: CO-EDITED BOOK(S)

  1. Anuolam, M. O., Anyanwu, F., and Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (1998) (eds) Topical Issues in Finance and Management. Owerri: Katzen’s Publishers Ltd.
  2. Nwogu, J. E., Ohanuzuo, C. B. C., Iheriohanma, E. B. J., Emejulu, A. O., and Lemchi, J. I. (2011) (eds) University Education in the 21st Century: Attaining the International Benchmark in Nigeria.Owerri: Skillmark Media Ltd.

E: CO-AUTHORED BOOK(S)

  1. Uwaoma, N. C.; Iheriohanma, E. B. J.; Ogwudire, H. U. C., and Osita-Njoku, A. (2000) Contemporary Social Psychology.Owerri: Barloz Publishers Inc.

F: CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

  1. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2009) “Globalization, Knowledge and Socio-Economic Development in Nigeria”. In O. Akinwumi; S. U. Fwatshak; A. Onoja; A. Alao; C. B. N. Ogbogbo; O. O. Okpe Jr., (eds) Technology, Knowledge and Environment in Africa: a Perspective from Nigeria. Conference Proceeding. Paper Presented at the 3rd Keffi International Conference on the Theme: History of Science and Technology, Organized by Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nigeria, in Collaboration with The Global Africa Foundation, United States of America (U.S.A.) 24th – 27th October 2007 pp 133 – 148.
  2. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2009) Youths, Political Violence and Crises Management in the South-East of Nigeria: A Sociological Review. In G. Onu et al (eds) Issues in Politics and Governance in Nigeria. Enugu: Quintagon Publishers pp 229 – 316.
  1. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2008) The Challenges of Globalization and Poverty in the Third World: A Sociological Discourse of Nigeria’s Situation. In J. O. Onwuka (ed) The Third World in Sociological Perspective. Okigwe: FERP-FASMEN pp 241 – 255.
  1. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2003) Polity and Economy of Nigeria: An Introduction. In E. B. J. Iheriohanma (ed) Path to Nigerian Political and Economic Development. Enlarged Edition. Owerri: Kosoko Press. Pp 1 – 38.
  2. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2003) Fundamental Objectives and Directive Principles of State policy and Nigeria People. In E. B. J. Iheriohanma (ed) The Nigerian State and Development: Issues in Citizenship Education. Owerri: Ugonna Ventures (Nig.).
  3. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2000) Implications of the Interactions Between Industrialization and Social Change on African Cultural Development, In A. E. Agbogu (ed) Aspects of Social Science: A Handbook for General Studies, 2nd Edition. Owerri: Skillmark Media Ltd. pp 20 – 36.
  4. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2000) Traditional African Socio-Economic Pre – Occupation.In A. E. Agbogu (ed)  Aspects of Social Science: A Handbook for General Studies, 2nd Edition. Owerri: Skillmark Media Ltd. pp71 – 81.
  5. 8. Iheriohanma, B. J. (2000) Traditional African Concept of Labour and Work.In A. E. Agbogu (ed) Aspects of Social Science: A Handbook for General Studies, 2nd Edition. Owerri: Skillmark Media Ltd. pp115 – 124.
  6. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (1998) Enhancing Managerial Efficiency Through Participatory Management. In A. E. Agbogu, G. Nworuh and D. Ekwenna (eds) Contemporary Readings in Management Technology. Owerri: ReadonPuplishers Ltd pp 25 – 34.
  7. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (1998) Multinational Investment and the Nigerian Economy: A Sociological Review. In M. O. Anuolam; F. Anyanwu and E. B. J. Iheriohanma (eds) Topical Issues in Finance and Management.Owerri: Katzen’s Publishers Ltd. pp 111 – 126.
  8. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (1998) The Nigerian Civil Service. In A. E. Agbogu (ed) State and Society in Nigeria: A Handbook for Social Science. Owerri Nigeria: Skillmark Media Ltd pp 72 – 83.
  9. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (1998) Revolutionary Change. In A. E. Agbogu (ed) State and Society in Nigeria: A Handbook for Social Science. Owerri Nigeria: Skillmark Media Ltd pp 108 – 128
  10. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (1998) Investments and the Economy.In A. E. Agbogu (ed) State and Society in Nigeria: A Handbook for Social Science. Owerri Nigeria: Skillmark Media Ltd pp 141 – 168.

G: CO-AUTHORED CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

  1. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. and Nwokocha, Izidor (2018). Research Methodology. In E. O.Ugwulebo (ed) Sociology: An Interdisciplinary Perspective, 2nd Edition, Owerri: Cel-Bez Publishing Co. (Nig.) Ltd.
  2. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. and Onwuka, J. O. (2003) Constitutional Development in Nigeria. In E. B. J. Iheriohanma (ed) Path to Nigerian Political and Economic Development. Enlarged Edition. Owerri: Kosoko Press. pp 71 – 95.
  3. Okeudo, G. N. and Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2003) Trade Unionism and Collective Bargaining. In E. B. J. Iheriohanma (ed) Path to Nigerian Political and Economic Development. Enlarged Edition. Owerri: Kosoko Press pp 267 – 277.
  4. Onwuka, J. O. and Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2002) The Military and Civilian Supremacy in Nigeria. In J. O. Onwuka (ed) The Military and the State in Nigeria. Okigwe: Jane-Mas Communications. pp 38 – 53.

H: OTHER WORKS

  1. Iheriohanma, E. B. J.(1984) ‘Work Value and Commitment among the Igbo: A Case Study of Self-Help Projects in Amakohia Community in Ikeduru, ImoState. An Unpublished B. Sc. Project Work. University of Ife, Ile – Ife, Nigeria.
  2. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (1986) Workers’ Participation in Management: A Study of Continental Breweries (Nig.) Ltd, Ijebu – Ode, OgunState. Sept. 1986. An Unpublished M. Sc. Thesis 1986. Ibadan, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.
  3. Iheriohanma, E. B. J. (2005) Capacity Building and Utilization in Oil – Producing Rural Communities in Imo State, Nigeria. A Doctoral Thesis. Ibadan, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

 

WORK EXPERIENCES

  1. N. Y. S. C. (Teaching)        (1984 – 1985)
  2. Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri (Part-Time Lecturer) (1992 – 2010)
  3. The Federal University of Technology, Owerri (Full Time Lecturer) (1993 Till Date)
  4. Abia State University, Uturu, Abia State – Adjunct Lecturer (2007 – 2010)
  5. Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State. –Sabbatical Leave (2007-2008)
  6. Imo State University, Owerri, Imo State – Adjunct Professor    (2011 – 2014)
  7. Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Agbani, Enugu, Adjunct Professor    2014 – 2017
  8. Federal University Otuoke, Bayelsa State – Sabbatical Leave (2015 –  2016)
  9. Managing Director, FUTO Bookshop Ltd., – 2011 – 2014
  10. External Assessor and External Examiner to some Universities in Nigeria
  11. Federal University Otuoke.Bayelsa State – Adjunct Professor (2016 Till Date)
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