Articles by Emmanuel ỌLÁMÍJÙWỌ́N

#TwitterBan and speaking into existence: Evaluating migration intentions in Nigeria

February 2, 2022 | Emmanuel ỌLÁMÍJÙWỌ́N

Introduction 😎 Mid-2021, the Federal Government of Nigeria suspended Twitter activities in the country after the micro-blogging platform removed a tweet in which the president threatened to treat members of a secessionist group in “the language they understand”. Subsequently, several internet service providers in the country blocked access to the microblogging ... [Read more...]

Announcing the Summer Institute in Computational Social Science (Covenant University, Nigeria)

January 25, 2022 | Emmanuel ỌLÁMÍJÙWỌ́N

SICSS-Nigeria is accepting applications to participate in the two-week-long Summer Institute in Computational Social Science that will take place on June 19-29, 2022, at Covenant University (Nigeria). SICSS-Nigeria will bring together postgraduate students, early-career academics and researchers, as well as junior officers in statistical offices, government ministries, and agencies. Application/registration ...
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Visualizing age-sex composition of confirmed coronavirus cases in Eswatini over time

December 14, 2020 | Emmanuel ỌLÁMÍJÙWỌ́N

Introduction ???? Why visualize the age-sex composition of confirmed coronavirus cases? Demographers have been consistently highlighting the importance of age-sex structure of the population and confirmed cases in shaping fatality rates in countries (see these articles???? published in PNAS and PlosONE for details). My colleagues and I also wrote a commentary????... [Read more...]

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