OGUNDOYIN Olayinka Susan PhD

OGUNDOYIN Olayinka Susan PhD

Lecturer I

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Dr. Olayinka Susan Ogundoyin is a seasoned Lecturer in Mass Communication Programme,
Bowen University, Iwo, Nigeria. She is a graduate of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife and
University of Ibadan. She has teaching experience both within and outside the University
environment. Her areas of research interest are in Development Communication, Health
Communication, Journalism, Gender and Media Studies. She is a member of many academic and
professional bodies among which are: African Council for Communication Education (ACCE),
West African Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (WAACLALS),
Association of Communication Scholars and Professionals of Nigeria (ACSPN), Faculties of
Arts/Humanities Scholars’ Association of Nigerian Universities (FAHSANU). She has
contributed to scholarship by publishing papers in reputable journals both locally and intentionally. She has also attended and presented papers in conferences both within and outside Nigeria.


  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. 2009-2015
  • Master of Arts (M.A), University of Ibadan, lbadan, Nigeria. 2005-2007
  • Bachelor of Arts in Education (B.A. Ed), Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. 2000-2004
  • Nigerian Certificate in Education (NCE) 1992-1995


  • Ogundoyin O.S. and Soola E.O. (2014). Trends in Methodological and Theoretical Approaches to Interpersonal Health Communication Research. Journal of Communication and Media Research, 6(2): 163-174.
  • Ogundoyin O.S. (2016). Social Media Language: Disengaging the order to embrace the disorder. International Journal of Management Sciences, 8(1): 160-175.
  • Ogundoyin O.S. (2016). Perception and attitude of respondents in Ibadan to fear appeal based messages on HIV/AIDS. Journal of Communication and Media Research, 8(1), Sp.1: 66-81.
  • Ogundoyin O.S. (2016). Information and Communication Strategies for Improving Adherence to Anti-retroviral drugs among patients with Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection. International Journal of Management Sciences, 9(1): 1-10.
  • Ogundoyin O.S. (2017). Influence of Social Demographic Status on Public Perception Regarding the Use of Fear Appeal in HIV/AIDS Awareness Campaign. Babcock Journal of Mass Communication, 2(3): 125-142.
  • Ogundoyin O.S. (2017). Care Communication: Is Patients’ Adherence to Treatment Dependent on Doctors’ Communicative Interaction? Media Communication Currents, 1(2): 1 – 18.
  • Ogundoyin O.S. (2018). Patients as health seekers: The contribution of communication styles to positive health outcomes in a typical African country. Journal of Theatre and Media Studies, 3(1): 62-75.
  • Ogundoyin O.S. (2018). Doctor-patient Communicative Interaction: The Relationship between Communication Styles and Patient Satisfaction. International Journal of Integrative Humanism, 10(1): 71 – 78.
  • Ogundoyin, O. S. (2018). Influence of New Media on drug abuse among University Undergraduates. FUOYE Journal of Communication, 2: 193-208.
  • Omale, G.E., Ogundoyin, O.S., Asogwa, E.C., Patrick, E.O. (2019). Knowledge and Utilization of mobile health technology among medical doctors in Federal Medical Centre Bida, Niger State, Nigeria. AKSU Journal of Communication Research, 4: 97-109.
  • Ogundoyin, O.S. Ogundoyin O.O. (2019). An increase in Incidence of Breast Cancer: Has the media done enough in Nigeria? African Communication Research, 8 (1): 78 – 93.
  • Ogundoyin, O.S. (2020). Journalism as a Profession: The Challenges of Women in a Discriminatory Society. Ekpoma Journal of Theatre and Media Arts, 7(1-2): 190 – 204.
  • Ogundoyin O.S. (2020). Role of the Media on Migrants’ Vulnerability to Health Hazards In: Okorie N, Ojebuyi B.R. Macharia J.W. (Eds.). Handbook of Research on the Global Impact of Media on Migration Issues. Hershey, USA: IGI Global, Pg 142 – 156.
  • Ogundoyin O.S. (2020). Potentials of Indigenous Media Campaign Against HIV/AIDSIn: Oyesomi K.O., Salawu A. (Eds.). Emerging Trends in Indigenous Language Media, Communication, Gender, and Health. Hershey, USA: IGI Global, Pg 146 – 164.


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