Dr Kunle Ogedengbe


Dr. Kunle Ogedengbe

Mass Communication – B.Sc, M.Sc, PhD


Art, Management and Social Sciences/ Mass Communication

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Research Interest

  1. Journalism and Media Studies
  2. Public Relations
  3. Advertising
  4. Financial and Insurance Communication
  5. International Communication
  6. Precision/Scientific Journalism
  7. Media and Society
  8. Community Media

Awards & Honours:

  1. Special Merit Award (NYSC)
  2. Double Commendation Certificates, Nigeria Media Merit Award, 2003
  3. Certificates of Commendation, NIPR, Lagos State Chapter, 2004, 2005 and 2006
  4. Plaque of Excellence NIPR, Lagos State Chapter 2007 and 2008

Professional Consultancy:

  1. Examiner/Judge in different areas of Mass Communication including Journalism, Public Relations and Advertising

Fellowship/Membership of Professional Bodies:

  1. Fellow, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR)
  2. Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON)
  3. Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR), UK

National and International Publications (Books/Journals/Chapters):

  1. Ogedengbe, K. Media of Public Relations (2004, 209pp)
  2. Ogedengbe, K. Principles and Practice of Community Relations – (2007, 150pp)
    A Premiere
  3. Ogedengbe, K. Advertology (Co-Authorship) (2010, 202pp
  4. Ogedengbe, K. Issues in PR (Co-Authorship) (2005, 105pp)
  5. Ogedengbe, K.Introduction to Public Relations and Advertising: (2019, 195pp)
    The Beginner’s Guide (Co-Authorship)
  6. Ogedengbe, K. Understanding Public Relations (2019, 134pp)
  7. Ogedengbe, K. (2018). Impact of outdoor media on business development in Nigerian. In A. Daramola & A. Tejumaiye (Eds.). Nigerian Outdoor Advertising: Concepts, Constructs, Issues and Trends (pp. 249-267). Lagos: University of Lagos Press and Bookshop Ltd.
  8. Ogedengbe, K. (2001). Media relations, lubricant of pr. In L. Idowu (ed.) Watching the Watchdog. Lagos: Diamond Publications Limited.
  9. Ogedengbe, K. (2012). Crisis in Nigeria’s banking and financial industry: Government actions reassure skittish, jittery publics. In A. M. Amiso & C. B. Pratt (Eds.). Case Studies in Crisis Communication: International Perspectives on Hits and Misses (pp. 81-112). New York: Routledge. (Co-authored with Wole Adamolekun and Cornelius B. Pratt)
  10. Ogedengbe, K. (2017). ‘Communicating development’ – a cultural shift: emerging discourses on entrepreneurial development and poverty reduction by Nigeria’s banking and microfinance sectors. Journal of Critical Arts (2017). 30(5), 709-.727, DOI: 10.1080/02560046.2016.1262439. Co-authored with Ying Hu, Cornelius B. Pratt, & Wole Adamolekun.
  11. Ogedengbe, K. (2012). Alignment of the goals of host communities and energy companies in Nigeria: The strategic place of community development and corporate social responsibility for sustainable stakeholders’ participation. Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal, USA (2012)
  12. Ogedengbe, K. (2006). Corporate survival and the lubricating role of financial public relations. Lagos Journal of Entrepreneurship and Technology (LJET), 1(1), pp. 121 – 137.
  13. Ogedengbe, K. (2019). Advertisement and criticisms: An appraisal. Zaria Journal of Communication, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, 4(2), pp. 180-196.
  14. Ogedengbe, K. (2019). Public Relations Media and the Operations of Nigerian Underwriting Firms, Beyond Babel Journal of Language and Literary Studies, Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria, 6, pp. 113-126. Co-authored with Prof. Kolade Ajilore.
  15. Ogedengbe, K. (2019). Mexican Statement and the Four Models: An Examination of Public Relations Praxis, Journal of Media and Communication Review, Lagos State University. Co-authored with Wole Adamolekun.

International and National Conferences/Courses attended (and Titles of Papers Presented)

  1. International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference, Orlando Florida, USA, 2020. Paper Co-author with Dr. Wole Adamolekun and Prof. Amiso George.
  2. Crisis Management, Communication and Stakeholders’ Expectations at the ACSPN Conference, Abeokuta, 2019
  3. Online Journalism Practice in Nigeria: Perspectives, Problems and Prospects at the ACSPN Conference, Abeokuta, 2019.
  4. Crisis Communication and Reputation Management for Public Relations Professionals in the Digital Age: Prevention Perspectives/Strategies at the MCPD Seminar of the NIPR, 2019
  5. African Traditional Media and Communication Strategies at the World Public Relations Forum, Toronto, Canada, 2016
  6. Media Agenda Setting and Development Communication in Nigeria at the ACSPN Conference, Bayero University, Kano, 2017.
  7. Africa in the Global Media: Does Africa Exist in the World’s Socio-Political and Economic Dynamics? – The Challenges of Public Relations and Corporate Governance in Africa at the All African Public Relations Conference, Africa Public Relations Association, Abuja, Nigeria, 2010
  8. 8. Research Assistant on the Paper: Insight Nigeria at the Global Marketing Forum, University of Hertfordshire Business School, UK (2009)
  9. Chairman of Session at the All African Public Relations Conference, Africa Public Relations Association, Kenya, 2011
  10. Leader of Nigerian Delegation, All African Public Relations Conference, Africa Public Relations Association, Cameron, 2015. Won the 2016 Hosting Right for Nigeria that made a Nigerian President of the Continental Body
  11. Research and Evaluation in Corporate Communication (Pan-Atlantic University’s School of Media and Communication Seminar, 2008)
  12. National Conference of the NIPR (Umuahia 2018)
  13. Programme Manager, Watchdog or Captured Media (a Ford Foundation sponsored seminar, 2017), Lagos, Nigeria
  14. Member, ACSPN/NUC Mass Communication Unbundling/Curriculum Review Committee, Bayero University, Kano, 2017 where Mass Communication was unbundled to seven courses
  15. Programme Manager, Conflict-Sensitive Communication and Reporting Workshop (a UK Government sponsored workshop for Defence Correspondents and Security Services Communication Officers across Nigeria, 2014-2016)
  16. West Africa Public Relations Conference, Ghana, 2016
  17. Coordinator of Nigeria’s Participation at the Global Alliance World Conference on Public Relations in Emerging Economies, Kenya, 2015
  18. Global Alliance Association’s Leadership Workshop, Italy, 2015
  19. Milan Expo, Italy, 2015
  20. Global Alliance Association’s Leadership Workshop, Spain, 2014
  21. World Public Relations Forum, Spain, 2014
  22. All African Public Relations Conference, The Federation of Africa Public Relations Associations (now Africa Public Relations Association), Abuja, 2004
  23. Advertising: Media Independents: Evolution, Relevance and Challenges (2000)
  24. Digital Democracy and its Discontents, London School of Economics and Political Science (2010)
  25. Finance Nigeria Conference, London Stock Exchange, London, UK (2010)
  26. Global Marketing Forum, University of Hertfordshire Business School, UK (2009)
  27. World Public Relations Forum, London (2008)