"Women, the State and Reproductive Health Issues in Nigeria," Conference on Nigerian Federalism, (Wilbesforce: Central State University, forthcoming).

"Ethical Issues in the Importation of Long-Acting Contraceptives to Nigeria," Coerced Contraception? Moral and Policy Challenges of Long-Acting Birth Control, eds., E. Moskowitz and B. Jennings (Georgetown University Press, 1996), 192-205.

"The Health of Working Women in Developing Countries," Health Care of Women and Children in Developing Countries, eds., H. Wallace, et al. (Oakland, Calif.: Third Party Publishing, 1995), 218-224.

"Women’s Reproductive Practices and Biomedicine: Cultural Conflicts and Transformations in Nigeria," Conceiving the New World Order: The Global Politics of Reproduction, eds., F. Ginsburg and R. Rapp (University of California Press, 1995), 195-208.

"Women and Health Care: Preventive Medication for Children Among the Yoruba," Nigerian Women in Social Change, eds., S. Afonja and B. Aina (Ile-Ife: Obafemi Awolowo University Press, 1995), 129-143).

"Case Study: Monitoring the Impact of Contraceptive Technology on Women in Nigeria," African Women South of the Sahara, eds. J. Hay and S. Stichter (Essex: Longman, 1995), 250-225.

[Eds.] and T. Falola, Child Health in Nigeria: Impact of a Depressed Economy, (Aldershot: Avebury Ashgate Publishers Ltd, 1994).

[Co-authored] with T. Falola "Child Health in Nigeria: A Socio-historic Overview," Child Health in Nigeria: The Impact of a Depressed Economy, eds., T. Pearce and T. Falola (Aldershot: Avebury Ashgate Publishers Ltd, 1994), 7-21.

"Population Policies and the ‘Creation’ of Africa." Africa Development, 19-3 (1994):61-76.

"Perceptions on the Availability of Social Support for Child Care Among Women in Ile-Ife," Child Health in Nigeria: The Impact of a Depressed Economy, eds., T. Pearce and T. Falola (Aldershot: Avebury Ashgate Publishers Ltd, 1994), 45-47.

"Nigeria’s National Health Policy in Perspective: The Scope of Participation," Health Research and Health Policy in Nigeria, eds., O. Erinosho, et al. (Adebanke Commercial Press, 1993), 85-98.

"Lay Medical Knowledge in an African Context," Knowledge, Power and Practice: The Antropology of Medicine and Everday Life, eds., S. Lindenbaum and M. Lock (University of California Press, 1993), 150-165.

"Health Inequalities in Africa," The Political Economy of Health in Africa, eds., D. Ityavyar and T. Falola (Athens: University of Ohio Press, 1992), 184-216.

"Assaulting a Wife: Perspectives on Conjugal Violence," Women’s Health Issues in Nigeria, ed. M. Kisekka (Tamaza Press, 1992), 191-202.

"Social Organization and Psychosocial Health," Textbook of Clinical Psychology in Africa, eds., K. Peltzer and P. Ebigbo (Enugu: University of Nigeria, 1989), 47-55.

"The Assessment of Diviners and Their Knowledge by Civil Servants in Southwestern Nigeria," Social Science and Medicine, vol. 28, no. 9 (1989): 917-924.

[Co-authored] with O.O. Kujore, and V.A. Agboh-Bankole, "Generating an Income in the Urban Environment: The Experience of Street Food Vendors in Ile-Ife, Nigeria," Africa, vol. 58, no. 4 (1988): 385-400.

[Eds.] and S. A. Afonja, Social Change in Nigeria (Essex: Longman 1986).

"Social Change and the ‘Modernization’ of the Medical Sector," Social Change in Nigeria, eds., S. Afonja and T. Pearce (Essex: Longman, 1986), 158-175.

"Professional Interests and the Creation of Medical Knowledge in Nigeria," The Professionalization of African Medicine, eds., M. Last and G. Chavunduka (Manchester University Press, 1986), 237-258.

"Equality in Access to Medical Care: A Review of Nigeria’s Approach to Health Promotion," Ife Social Science Review, vol. 7, no. 1 (1984): 155-166.

"Medical Systems and the Nigerian Society," Studies in Third World Socieities, vol. 19 (1982): 115-134.

"Integrating Western Orthodox and Indigenous Medicine: Professional Interests and Attitudes Among University Training Nigerian Physicians," Social Science and Medicine, vol. 16 (1982): 1611-1617.

"Political and Economic Changes in Nigeria and the Organisation of Medical Care," Social Science and Medicine, 14B (1980): 91-98.

[Co-authored] with J. O’Shea and A. Wessen, "Correlations Between Appointment Keeping and Reorganization of Hospital Ambulatory Pediatric Services," Pediatrics, vol. 64, no. 1 (1979): 81-87.

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