Adamkolo Mohammed Mohammed Ibrahim

Adamkolo Mohammed Mohammed IbrahimAdamkolo Mohammed Ibrahim did his Master degree programme in Development Communication at Universiti Putra Malaysia in 2017 and received his BA Mass Communication certificate from University of Maiduguri, Nigeria in 2007. He is a lecturer at his Alma Mata department and university where he teaches Mass Communication studies. He conducts research and writes in ICT adoption/e-adoption for socio-economic development and social media. He has published book chapters and journal articles.

Publications

Boko Haram's Feminization, Minorization, and Cyberization of Terrorism: Offering the Cyberterrorism Diffusion Model as Anti-Bokoharamism Tool
Adamkolo Mohammed Ibrahim. © 2021. 12 pages.
This chapter employs cybertechnology approaches to address issues related to the continuing Boko Haram insurgency in North-East Nigeria supported by cybertechnology, especially...
Safety of Women Journalists in Nigerian News Media: Exposing the Hushed Gender-Based Discriminations
Adamkolo Mohammed Ibrahim, Nassir Abba-Aji, Mohammed Alhaji Adamu, Phuong Thi Vi. © 2021. 24 pages.
In recent decades, women journalists' professional safety has attracted an enormous research attention globally and in Nigeria. Interestingly, often similar findings are...
Fake News, Hate Speech and Nigeria's Struggle for Democratic Consolidation: A Conceptual Review
Umaru A. Pate, Adamkolo Mohammed Ibrahim. © 2021. 24 pages.
In addition to looking at the ongoing election campaigns in Nigeria, past election campaigns both locally and globally (especially since Brexit referendum in the United Kingdom...
Fake News, Hate Speech and Nigeria's Struggle for Democratic Consolidation: A Conceptual Review
Umaru A. Pate, Adamkolo Mohammed Ibrahim. © 2020. 24 pages.
In addition to looking at the ongoing election campaigns in Nigeria, past election campaigns both locally and globally (especially since Brexit referendum in the United Kingdom...
Silencing the Media and Chaining the Watchdog: Threats to Journalist Safety During Elections in Nigeria
Adamkolo Mohammed Ibrahim, Umaru A. Pate, Abdulsamad Muhammad Usman. © 2020. 27 pages.
Over the last two decades, Nigeria has been struggling to consolidate its democratic processes to ensure peaceful campaigns and free and fair polls. But electoral processes...
Cyberbullying Among Malaysian Children Based on Research Evidence
Sarina Yusuf, Md. Salleh Hj. Hassan, Adamkolo Mohammed Mohammed Ibrahim. © 2019. 23 pages.
Previous studies have highlighted that the internet offers various online opportunities to users, for example, children, and that the internet possesses great potential to boost...
Factors Determining E-Shopping Compliance by Nigerians
Adamkolo Mohammed Mohammed Ibrahim, Md. Salleh Hj. Hassan, Sarina Yusuf. © 2019. 14 pages.
This chapter investigated factors that affect e-shopping acceptance among Nigerians. The extended unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT2) model was adopted...
Theorizing the Journalism Model of Disinformation and Hate Speech Propagation in a Nigerian Democratic Context
Adamkolo Mohammed Ibrahim. © 2019. 14 pages.
Since its political independence in 1960, Nigeria has been a partially united country. Nigerians have always regarded themselves as ‘us' versus ‘them.' This creates a...
Cyberbullying Among Malaysian Children Based on Research Evidence
Sarina Yusuf, Md. Salleh Hj. Hassan, Adamkolo Mohammed Mohammed Ibrahim. © 2018. 19 pages.
Previous studies have highlighted that the Internet offers various online opportunities to users, for example children, and that the Internet possesses great potential to boost...
Factors Determining E-Shopping Compliance by Nigerians
Adamkolo Mohammed Mohammed Ibrahim, Md. Salleh Hj. Hassan, Sarina Yusuf. © 2018. 12 pages.
This chapter investigated factors that affect e-shopping acceptance among Nigerians. The extended Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT2) model was adopted...
Factors Influencing Acceptance and Use of ICT Innovations by Agribusinesses: A Conceptual Framework
Adamkolo Mohammed Ibrahim, Md. Salleh Hj. Hassan, Sarina Yusuf. © 2018. 17 pages.
This chapter proposes a modified conceptual framework for investigating the influence of cognitive, management characteristics and organizational size factors on information and...
Factors Influencing Acceptance and Use of ICT Innovations by Agribusinesses: A Conceptual Framework
Adamkolo Mohammed Ibrahim, Md. Salleh Hj. Hassan, Sarina Yusuf. © 2017. 17 pages.
This chapter proposes a modified conceptual framework for investigating the influence of cognitive, management characteristics and organizational size factors on information and...
ICT Is Not Gender Blind: A Literary Analysis of ICT Gender Inequality and its Socio-Economic Impact in the Developing World
Adamkolo Mohammed Ibrahim, Mohammed Alhaji Adamu. © 2017. 15 pages.
This chapter critically reviewed literature on gender disparity associated with access and usage of ICT, focusing on the less developed world, especially Sub-Saharan Africa. The...
ICT Is Not Gender Blind: A Literary Analysis of ICT Gender Inequality and its Socio-Economic Impact in the Developing World
Adamkolo Mohammed Ibrahim, Mohammed Alhaji Adamu. © 2016. 20 pages.
This chapter critically reviewed literature on gender disparity associated with access and usage of ICT, focusing on the less developed world, especially Sub-Saharan Africa. The...