BROCHURE
Sheku Kakay is a Doctor,University of Hertfordshire,United Kingdom

Sheku Kakay

Doctor

Organizing Committee

United Kingdom

University of Hertfordshire

PUBLICATIONS

Pending Journals:

  • Kakay, S. (2019) The social class myth of collectivism: A qualitative study of families’ meal social interaction behaviour
  • Kakay, S. (2019) Does religion influence collectivism: A qualitative analysis of families’ meal social interaction behaviour?‚Äč
  • Kakay, S. (2019) The collectivist ethnicity Dilemma: A qualitative analysis of the effect of ethnicity on families’ meal social interaction behaviour
  • Kakay, S. & Gkliatis, I. (2019) Is the culture of inertia affecting technological change in Higher Education: An analysis of the impact of Studynet/CANVAS on teaching and learning at the University of Hertfordshire?

Journal Articles:

  • Kakay, S. (2018) An analysis of the impact of reference groups on collectivist families’ meal social interaction behaviour in Sierra Leone, Journal of Public Health and Nutrition, 1(2), PP. 41-52
  • Kakay, S. (2018) A critical assessment of the impact of conformity on collectivist families' meal social interaction behaviour in Sierra Leone, Journal of Public Health and Nutrition, 1(2), 17-30
  • Kakay, S. (2017) A Critical evaluation of the impact of religion on collectivist families’ meal social interaction behaviour in Sierra Leone, International Journal of Advanced Research, 5(1), 2675-2693, ISSN: 2320-5407
  • Kakay, S. (2016) The effect of ethnicity on collectivist families’ meal social interaction behaviour in Sierra Leone, International Journal of Advanced Research, 4(2), 2749- 2769, ISSN: 2320-5407
  • Kakay, S. (2015) The effect of collectivism on family meal consumption behaviour: a paper presented at the SPARC conference, Media city, University of Salford, Manchester, 26th-28th May

Textbook(s) published

  • Kakay, S. (2017) The effect of collectivism on family meal consumption behaviour: The implications on food companies in Sierra Leone, 1st edition, Lambert Academic publishing, Saarbrücken, Germany, ISBN: 978-3-330-03062-6

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • 2019 to present: Member of UH staffing group
  • 2019 to present: Member of Certified Management & Business Educator 2019 – Member of the Higher Education External Examiners, UK
  • 2019 - Member of the Association of Business Schools
  • 2018 to present: Member of University and College Union – United Kingdom
  • 2018 to present: Member of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Group 2017 to present: Member of complex change research theme
  • 2016 - Best presentation award – PGCE/HEA training – University of Salford 2016 - Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
  • 2014 to present: Member of the British Academy of Management 2010 – 2014: Member of the NCC Education
  • 2012 - Member of the Devex Global Development Forum
  • 2006 - Lecturer of the year award – Institute of Public Administration and Management – University of Sierra Leone
  • 2005 – Member of academic consultants - capacity building on West African Import and Export Structures, Sources and destinations for ECOWAS. 2004 – Financial and Economic Consultant for FAO on SMEs, Sierra Leone
  • 1998 – 2004 - Member of the World Food day and Tele-food planning committees, Sierra Leone