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Name

Dr. Ushie Michael Anake

Department

Social Work

Designation

Senior Lecturer

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. Ushie Michael Anake

DR. Ushie Michael Anake was employed in the University of Calabar in 2008 as Assistant Lecturer. He holds a B.Sc. (2000), M.Sc. (2005) and Ph.D (2010) degrees in Sociology with specialization in Demography from University of Calabar. He also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Education (2005) obtained from the same University. Dr. Ushie has been teaching and contributing to the graduation of students at all levels in the Department since joining the University. He has attracted some Research Grants prominent of which is the Cross River Health Demographic Surveillance System in 2010 - a Canadian sponsored project hosted by the Directorate of Research, University of Calabar. He has successfully supervised over five graduate students. Dr Ushie has published over forty articles in local and international peer review academic journals. He has attended both local and international conferences where he made presentations. He served the Department as Examinations Officer and Academic Adviser between 2010 and 2016. He is a reviewer to Multidisciplinary Journal of Research and Development- A TETFund-sponsored journal domiciled in the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Calabar. He is a member of the Population Association of Nigeria, Nigerian Sociological Society and so on. He is married with children.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
PGDEUniversity of Calabar11
BS.c (Hons) SociologyUniversity of Calabar12005
FSLCR.C. M Primary School, Begiagba Bendi II Obanliku, L. G.A.19911995
WASSCBendi Technical College, Obanliku L.G.A,19962001

S/N Publication
Odey, S. A., & Ushie, M. A. (2018). Industrialization in the face of recession: The Nigerian Experience, 2(4) www.dx.doi.org/10.14738/assrj
Ushie, M. A., & Orisabiyi, O. A. (2015). Socio-cultural factors as determinants of childbirth intervals in Cross Rivers State, Nigeria. Multi – Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspective, 4(1), ISSN: 2315 – 9936.
Emeka, J. O., Eja, E. J., & Ushie, M. A. (2014). Socio-Demographic characteristics as a panacea for crime rate assessment in tourism destination: Calabar south scenario, Nigeria. International Journal of Current research, 6(9), 8553 – 8557.
Ushie, M. A., Otu, J. E., & Undelikwo, V. A. (2014). A comparative analysis of fatality differential in Cross River State, Nigeria. Developing country studies, 4(6), 36 – 40.
Emeka, J. O., Eje, E. I., & Ushie, M. A. (2014). Socio – Demographic Characteristics As A Panacea For Crime Rate Assessment In Tourism Destination: Calabar South Scenario, Nigeria. International Journal of Current Research, 6(9), 226 – 229.
Ushie, M. A., & Etu, F. (2014). Changing attitude towards family planning in Calabar Municipality, Cross River State, Nigeria. Multi – Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspective, 3(1), ISSN: 2315 – 9936.
Ushie, M. A., Enang, E. E., & Ushie, C. A. (2013). Implications of sex preference for population growth and maternal health in Obudu and Obanliku, C.R.S, Nigeria. Academic Research International, 4(3)., 492-501.
Ekaette, E., Ushie, M. A., Arikpo, I., Osonwa, K., Esu, U., Odey, F., Oyo-ita, A., & Meroneku, M. (2013) Child birth practices in the Akpabuyo Rural Health and Demographic Surveillance System. International Institute for Science and Technology and Education (IISTE) Developing Country Studies, 3(8), 19 -27.
Iwara, A., Ideba, M., Okoro, A., Unyimeabasi, J., Aguaibua, E., Osonwa, K., Ushie, M. A., Ekaette, E., Esu, E., Asangasi, I., & Meremiku, M. (2013). Optimum hardware, soft ware and personal requirements for a paperless Health and Demographic Surveillance System: A case study of Cross River HDSS, Nigeria. Information and knowledge management, 3(3), 77 – 83.
Enang, E. E., & Ushie, M. A. (2012) Culture and policy Implementation: An appraisal of population policy in Nigeria. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 2(17), 226 – 229.
Ushie, M. A., Emeka, J. O., Onongha, G. I., & Owolabi E. O. (2012) Influence of family structure on students academic performance in Agege local government area, Lagos, Nigeria. European Journal of Educational Studies, 4(2), 177 – 187.
Abia, R. P., Nwagbara, E. N., Nkpoyen, F., & Ushie, M. A. (2012). Channel and source of information about HIV/AIDS in two urban and rural communities of Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 2(22), 214 – 219,
Ugal, D. B., Ushie, B. A., Ushie, M. A., & Ingwu, L. (2012). utilization of facilities and maternal health outcome among urban dwellers of Obudu and Ogoja local government areas of Cross River State, Nigeria. Afro Asian Journal of Social Science, 3(3), 1 – 20.
Otu, J. E., Ukwayi, J.K., & Ushie, M. A. (2012). The consequences of Genital Mutilation on women in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Academic Research in Progressive Education and Development, 1(2), 220 – 228.
Undelikwo, V. A., Osonwa, O. K., Ushie, M. A., & Osonwa, R. H. (2012). Family planning bahaviors and decision-making among couples in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Learning and Development, 3(1), 100 – 120.
Ushie, M. A., Onongha, G. I., Emeka, J. O., & Lasibi, C. J. (2012). Analysis of the effect of group counseling on the copping behavior of people living with HIV/AIDS in Yakurr local government area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Academic Research International, 3(2), 329 – 335.
Enang, E. E., & Ushie, M. A. (2012). Cultural impediments to health related population policies. Journal of the population Association of Nigeria, 4(1), ISSN: 1597 – 0612
Enang, E. E., Ushie, M. A., & Bassey, A. M. O. (2012). Work family Balance and National Development in Nigeria: A Demography Discourse. Multi – Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspective, 1(1), ISSN: 2315 – 9936.
Ushie, M. A., Eneji, C. V. O., Ugal, D. B., Anyaoha, O., Ushie, B. A., & Bassey, J. E. (2011) Violence against Women and Reproduction Health among African Women: The case of Bette Women of Obudu in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Sociological and Anthropology, 3(2), 70-76.
Otu, J. E., Ushie, M. A., David, E. O., & Ifere, A. B. (2011). Impact of child abuse on academic performance of youths in Calabar south local government area, Nigeria. African Journal of Education and Technology, 1(2), 8 – 13.
Ushie, M. A., Agba, A. O., Oladimeji, E. O., & Attah, F. M. (2011). Socio-cultural and economic determinants of fertility differentials in Rural and Urban Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Geography and Regional Planning. Academic Journal, 4(7), 383 -391.
Ushie, M. A., Eneji, V. O., Nsemo, A. D., Osonwa, O. K., & Enang, E. E. (2011). Gender role and fertility behavior among calabar and oban communities in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology Acadenic Journals, 3(5), 153 – 158.
Oriji, C. C., Ushie, M. A., & Ugal, G. A. (2011). Christian Muslim Dichotomy and its challenges of Nation building / unity in contemporary Nigeria societies. Rivers journal of the social sciences, 8(1&2), ISSN: 1119 - 3395
Ushie, M. A., Abia, R. P., Osonwa, O. K., Ugal, D. B., Ushie, B. A., Mgbeken, M. A., Okongor-Eno, O., & Eneji, J. E. O. (2010) Reproductive decisions between Gender and Fertility preferences among Urban Dwellers: The case of Bette Nigeria. Annals of Humanities., & Development Studies, Universal Academic Services, 1(1), 329-334
Eja, E. J., Ushie, M. A., & Otu, J. E. (2010). Tourism potentials as a strategy for sustainable livelihood in calabar. Prospects and Constraints. International Journal of pure and applied science, 3(2),
Eja, E. J., Otu, J. E., Ushie, M. A., & Ndomah, B. N. (2010). The spatial variation of Domestic water consumption in Cross River State: Prospect and Constraints. Journal of Social and Policy Issues, 7(2),
Aniah, E. J., Eja, E. I., Otu, J. E., & Ushie, M. A. (2009). Resort Potentials as a Strategy for Sustainable Tourism Development in Plateau State, Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Development Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2(2), 73-79.
Aniah, E. J., Eja, E. I., Otu, J. E., & Ushie, M. A. (2009). Patronage of Ecotourism Potentials as a Strategy for Sustainable Tourism Development in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Geography and Geology Canadian Center of Science and Education, 1(2), 20-27.
Aniah, E. J., Eja, E. I., Otu, J. E., & Ushie, M. A. (2009). Tinapa Business Resort: A Strategy for Sustainable Rural Livelihood in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Business and Management Canadian Center of Science and Education, 4(6), 121-127.
Eja, I. E., Otu, J. E., & Ushie, M. A. (2009). Socio-economic Implications of Eco-tourism Development in Plateau State, Nigeria. Journal Sustainable Development in Africa, 11(3), 246-264.
Ingwe, R., Ushie, M. A., Ojong. F.E., & Okeme, I. (2009). Pursuing Sustainable Development through Agro-forestry in Nigeria: Geo-Demographic and spatial analysis of Agro-forestry implementation in 36 States and capital Territory. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 11(4), 101-133). .
Osonwa, O. K., & Ushie, M.A. (2009). Use of family planning methods among men and women of reproductive Age in Calabar Municipality, Cross river state. Nigerian Journal of Social and Development Issues, 6(2), ISSN 1596-2288
Etuk, G. R., Nwagbara, E. N., Ering, S. O., & Ushie, M. A. (2009). The phenomenon of globalization and Christian values. Prof. Bassey Andah Journal of Cultural studies, 2(1), ISSN: 2141 – 8020
Agba, A. M. O., Ushie, E. M., Ushie, M. A., Antigha, B. O., & Agba, M. S. (2009). Human Development Trend in Nigeria. The need for concrete implementation of the seven point agenda. Nigerian Journal of Social and Development Issues, 6(1), ISSN: 1596 – 2288
Enang, E. E., Ottong, J. G., & Ushie, M. A. (2009). Protestant ethics and the spirit of poverty in Nigeria. Nigerian Sociological Review, 4(1&2), ISSN: 1596 - 6151.
Eja, E. J., Otu, J. E., Ushie, M. A., & Bison, J. N. (2009). Spatial distribution of Ecotourism potentials in Pankshin local government area of Plateau state, Nigeria. International Journal of Economic and Development Issues, 8(1&2), ISSN: 1596 -1567.
Ushie, M. A, Ugal, D. B., Ushie, B. A., Enang, E.E., Mgbekem, M. A., & Okongor, O. E. (2009). Self-Assessed Health Status and Morbidity Experiences among College Students in Nigeria: A study of Federal College of Education, Obudu. Annals of Modern Education, 1(1), 94-99.
Otu, J. E., Ushie, M. A., Attah, F. M., & Emeka J. O. (2008). Applying Accountability and Transparency in the Management of Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria. An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs, 10(2), 44-48.
Anyaoha, O., Udoh, J. E., Oko, N. I., & Ushie, M. A. (2008). The Niger Delta crisis., A sociological perspective. The international researcher, 1(2), ISSN 0332 – 6896
Otu, J. E., Ushie, M. A., & Attah, F. M. (2008) Personnel participation in task motivation decision makeup. Task performance and productivity in Educational Institutions. An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs (SOPHIA), 3(2), ISSN: 1119 – 443
Agba, A.M. O. Ushie, M. A., & Awah, I. M. (2007). Implication of Higher Institutions Merger on Middle Manpower Development in Nigeria: A Case Study of Cross River State. Ibom Journal of Social Issues, 8(2), 1– 12.
Abiodun, J. O, Agba, A.M.O., & Ushie, M.A. (2007). Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) and Poverty Eradication in the Niger Delta Region. International Journal of Educational Development, 10(2), 20 - 27.
Agba, A.M O, Ushie, M. A., & Akwuegwu, B.A. (2006). Universal Basic Education (UBE) Enrolment in Cross River State: Implications for Management. Ibom Journal of Social Issues, 7(2), 18 – 30.
Ushie, M. A., & Imbua, D. L. (2006). Christianity and Islam in Nigeria. Since 1980: The Challenge of Heritage. SOPHIA - An African Journal of Philosophy, 9(1), 14-18.
Agba, A.M O., & Ushie, M.A. (2005). Improving the Niger Delta Socio-economic Status through Active Involvement of Multinational Corporations. Nigerian Journal of Social and Development Issues, 5(1), 63 – 74.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
15th Annual Conference of Nigeria Sociological Association held at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, April 6-8th Right to health through litigation: The ethical dilemma in medical error.2010-04-062010-04-08