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Prof. Walter Abeng Mboto


Social Work




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About Prof. Walter Abeng Mboto

I am a Professor of Industrial Sociology/Social Work in the University of Calabar. I am a native of Ovonum in Obubra Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. I was born on the 21st of September, 1971. I am the last in a polygamous family. I attended St. Paul's primary school Ovonum, Federal school of Arts and science Ogoja and University of Calabar, Calabar all in Cross River State. I hold a B.Sc Hons in Sociology, M.Sc and Ph.D in Industrial Sociology. I am a lecturer in the department of Social Work. Aside lecturing, I have a wealth of community development experience as i have served my State and Local Government in various capacities.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCSt. Paul’s Primary School Ovonum19761981
GCE/ O’ LEVELFederal School of Arts and Science Ogoja 19881989
B.Sc in Industrial SociologyUniversity of Calabar, Calabar 19901995
M.Sc in Industrial Sociology University of Calabar, Calabar 19972000
Ph.D in Industrial Sociology University of Calabar, Calabar 20012005

S/N Publication
Agba,A.M. ; Mboto,W.A. & Agba, M.S. (2013) Wages or Other Conditions: A Critical Assessment of Factors in Worker’s Performance in Nigeria. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Science. 3(7),489-505.
Ingwe, R; Mboto, W.A; Ojong, F.E. & Angiating I. (2012) Bailing Out Collapsing Infrastructure in Developing Countries through Sports: How Football is contributing to Healthcare Improvement in Urban Nigeria. Sport Science Review Journal. 11(1&2), 79-106.
Ingwe, R; & Mboto, W.A.(2012) Project Abandonment, Corruption and Recovery of Unspent Budgeted Public Funds in Nigeria. Romanian Journal of Economics. 34 (l), 24-46.
Ingwe, R. ; Mboto, W.A. & Odu,E. (2012) Income Tax Relief Legislation’s Contribution to Foreign Direct Investment Inflow and Failure of Nigeria’s Iron and Steel Industry: Discourses on Industrial Development in Africa’s Second Largest Economy (Nigeria). Romania Review of Social Sciences. 3(1), 35-55.
Richard I; Walter M. & Ude U. (2012) Transnational Crime, Human Rights Violation and Human Trafficking in Nigeria’s Oil- Rich Niger Delta. Romania Journal of Society and Politics.3(1) 65-93.
Ingwe, R; Ikeji, C.C; Mboto, W.A. & Ojong, F.E. (2010) Response of Nigerian University to Climate Change Impacts: An Analysis of Programmes and Initiatives in Selected Universities. International Journal of Educational Research and Technology. 1(1), 9-18.
Mboto, W.A. & Eteng, F.O. (2009) Leadership Tussles in the Nigeria Society: A Focus on the Local Government System. Indian Journal of Social Development: An International Journal. 9(2), 245-255.
Ingwe, R; Ojong, F.E; Mboto, W.A. & Ushie, E.M.(2009) Improving Sustainable Urban Development Through Energy Transition in Nigeria. The Icfal University Journal of Governance and Public Policy. 4(3 & 4),28-47.
Mboto, W.A. and Eteng, F.O. (2009) Crime in Governance, Issues and Processes: An Appraisal of Local Government Resources Management. African journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs. 11(2), & 12(l), 29-36.
Eteng, F.O; Mboto, W.A & Otu, J.E. (2008) Organising Violence Free Elections in Nigeria. Tropical Focus, The International Journal Series on Tropical Issues. 9(2), 131-139.
Mboto, A.A. & Mboto, W.A (2008) The Management of Pension in the Civil and Public Services in Nigeria. African Journal of Contemporary Issues (AJACI). Multidisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Issues. 8(l), 131-176.
Nneoyi; I.O., Henry; A.M., Walter, A.M. & Ebingha, E.E. (2008) Group Dynamics and Technology Use Among Female Cassava Farmers in Akpabuyo Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria. Agricultural Journal. 3(4), 292-298.
Otu, J.E; Mboto, W.A. & Eteng, F.O. (2007) Conflict and Conflicts Resolutions in University Education in Nigeria. Journal of Policy and Development Studies. 1 (3),33-40.
Mboto, W.A. & Enang, E.E. (2007) Cultural Factors in Personality and Educational Development in Nigeria: Complication on Work Relations, Journal of Policy and Development Studies. 1 (3),58-64.
Mboto, W.A. & Mboto, H.A. (2007) Entrepreneurship Training as Potent Factor in Poverty Alleviation in Nigeria. Journal of Policy and Development Studies. 1(2), 9- 18.
Abia, R.P; Charles J.O; Ering, S.O & Mboto, W.A (2007) Men as factor in Maternal Health: A Case Study of Ikot Ene Community, Akpabuyo Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria. South-South. Journal of Culture and Development. 9(1),102-113.
Mboto, W.A. & Otu, J.E. (2007) Regional Resources as Potent Factors of Environmental Conflict in Nigeria. Tropical focus, The International Journal Series on Tropical Issues. 8 (1), 53-66.
Mboto, W.A (2006) Society on the Palms of Sociologists: A Sociological Analysis of the role and challenges of Sociologists in transitory society. Nigerian Journal of Social Development. 11(2), 80-84.
Obo, U.B & Mboto, W.A. (2004) The Role of Human Resources Development in Societal Transformation in Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Social and Development Issues. 4(1), 99-112.
Mboto, W.A. (2002) A Theoretical Exploration of the Phenomena of Environmental Conflict in Niger Delta States of Nigeria in West African Journal of Research and Development in Education. 9(l),1-24.
Mboto, W.A. (2001) “Voluntarism and Interventionism in Nigerian Labour Policy” In International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy.4(1),147-153.
Mboto, W.A (2000) “The Paradox of Oil Windfall in Nigeria’s Economy in International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy. 4(1),55-62.

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