Dr. 'Dimeji Togunde is the Associate Provost for Global Education and Professor of International Studies at Spelman College. He earned his Ph.D. degree in Development Sociology from Cornell University.


Publications:
Agents of Change: Gender Differences in Migration Intentions among University Undergraduates in Nigeria

This paper draws on interviews with 678 Nigerian university undergraduates to examine migration intentions and to detect if gender differences exist in reasons to migrate (or not) to the US.

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Homogeneous Faith, Ethnic Diversity: Desirable and Undesirable Traits in a Marital Partner in Nigeria

This paper draws on data from over 2000 students in Nigeria to investigate desirable and undesirable traits in a future marital partner and how these traits vary by gender.

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Dating Patterns and Practices in the Era of Globalization in Nigeria

This paper seeks to understand dating patterns and practices among Nigerian undergraduate students in the era of globalization. It investigates the patterns, avenues, and motivations for dating.

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Puerto Rican Youth School Achievement and Aspirations in Orlando, Florida, USA

Utilizing a 2007 sample of high school students in Orlando, Florida, this paper examines Puerto Rican student achievement and aspirations relative to other immigrant and second generation youth.

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Beyond Money and Gifts: Social Capital as Motivation for Cross-generational Dating among Tertiary School Female Students in South West Nigeria

This ethnographic study conducted among students on three Nigerian campuses shows that cross generational dating among Nigerian undergraduate students is motivated by the need to strengthen their social capital base.

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Across the Atlantic: African Immigrants in the United States Diaspora

This book offers a fresh multidisciplinary perspective towards an understanding of African immigration to the United States diaspora.

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