Dr. Adesina Lukuman AZEEZ

Position: Lecturer 11

Office: Room G20, Block 10, Faculty of Communication and Information Sciences

Phone: 07067124477

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Education:
PhD (Mass Communication), University of Leeds, Leeds. 2008
Msc (Mass Coomunication),University of Lagos, Lagos. 2002
MA (International Law and Diplomacy), University of Lagos. 2001
Bsc (Mass Communication), University of Lagos. 1997
NCE (Language) Oyo State College of Education, Ilesha. 1987
Iganna High School, Iganna, Oyo State. 1983

Appointments
Teaching Appointments:
Teacher Grade Level 7, A.U.D Comprehensive High School, Ilero (1987- 
1988)
Teacher Grade Level 7,Iwajowa Community High School, Ijio (1989-1992)
Lecturer 11 (Part Time), Ibadan Polytechnic (2001-2003)

Non-Teaching Appointments
Information Officer, Oyo State Ministry of Information, (2001-2003)
Manager, SikBola Media Services (1999-2000)
Deputy Producer, Bauchi Radio Corporation (1997-1998)

Awards and Honours
APCON/AAPN Award Best Graduating Student in Advertising at the
Department of Mass Communication, 
University of Lagos
NTA Prize Best Graduating Student in Mass Comunication , University of Lagos
DAILY TIMES OF NIGERIA PRIZE Best Student in Mass Communication,
University of Lagos.

CHANCELLOR’S PRIZE Best All Round Student in Mass 
Communication, University of Lagos
BABATUNDE AJOSE’S Best Graduating Student in Reporting, 
University of Lagos
SAKA FAGBO’S PRIZE Student with Best Result in Mass Communication, University of Lagos
ASSOCIATION OF INTERNATINAL LAW AWARD Best student in International Law, 
Faculty of Law, University of Lagos

Assignments: 2009, FCIS Representative, Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences

Fellowships, Grants and visiting positions: Lecturer, Ibadan Polytechnic, 2001-2002

Work in Progress: 
Economic Logic of the Media 
Ideology and Biases in Reporting Terrorism 
The Nigerian Film Industry: Production and Reception
Representations of Women in Nigeria Media
Attitudes of Nigerians to the Representations of Women in Nigerian Films

Presentations: 
Roles of the Media in Empowering Nigerian Youths
The Nigerian Cultural Industry: Producers and Audiences 
Reactions of Women to their Representations in Nigeria Films

Professional Activities:
Member, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR)
Member, Association of International Law
Member, Centre for Cultural Industries, ICS, University of Leeds


Some of his publications are:

Dr. A.L. Azeez, (2009):"The Role of the Media in reporting Terrorism": A Personal Viewpoint, Journal April.

Dr. A.L. Azeez, (2010):"Audience Perception of Portrayals of Women in Nigerian home video films": Journal of Media and Communication Studies Vol. 2(9), pp. 200-207, November 2010.

Adesina Lukuman Azeez (200) “THE EFFECTS OF COMMERCIAL PRESSURES ON NEWS ORGANISATIONS” Published in the African Journal of Arts and Cultural Studies Vol. 2 No. 1 2009 pages 85- 90