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Adenike Yesufu, PhD

Associate Faculty

Dr. Adenike Yesufu has been an Instructor in Sociology for over 17 years. She is also a Counselor who has worked with Families and Youth. She has a long-standing commitment to promoting Women’s interests in various areas. She is a Peace Activist avidly involved in promoting a Culture of Peace according to United Nations Peace Program. She has a passionate devotion and commitment to Religion and Culture. She is an Ordained Clergy of the Anglican Communion of Canada.


THESIS SUPERVISOR CPC 695 Supervise and assist Students in the production of a major scholarly document, a requirement to obtaining a Master’s degree Certificate.

COURSE INSTRUCTOR CPC 520, Teaches Qualitative Research Method, exploring a variety of qualitative research paradigms.

GUEST PRESENTER ON RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY CPC 502: This segment of CPC 502 introduces the students to the expansive Religious diversity. It also addresses specifically the emerging recognition of the importance of Religion and Spirituality in the lives of clients in the practice of Clinical Work.

Research Areas

Culture and Cultural Diversity, Gender, Religion, Global/International Development with Special focus on Africa , Peace Studies, Family Studies, Counselling, Sociology.


Numerous Academic Publications in Academic Journals / Contributed Chapters to Numerous Academic Books / Associate Editor of an Academic Journal / Peer Review of Academic Articles / Review of Sociology of Family Textbooks for Publishers / Just published a book on Christianity-  Exploring Jesus in the Bible.



Social Psychology, Sociology of Family, Sociology of Gender, Sociology of Religion, Sociology of Youth, World Religions, African Traditional Religion.

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