The Sociocultural Dynamics of Food (In)security Among Farming Households in Oyo State, Nigeria
thesisposted on 2019-10-16, 18:29 authored by Olamide O Bisi-AmosunOlamide O Bisi-Amosun
This qualitative phenomenological study examined the factors influencing food (in)security among vulnerable populations like farming households, women and children in Oyo State, Nigeria. The study particularly focused on the socio-cultural factors that drive food-related behaviors and the role they play in determining the food security status of farming households especially during hunger season.
- Doctor of Philosophy
- Agricultural Sciences Education and Communication
- West Lafayette