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Periodical articleMasquelier, Adeline (2005)
See this publicationThe Scorpion's Sting: Youth, Marriage and the Struggle for Social Maturity in Niger
Abstract presentJournal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. Volume 11 #1. March. p. 59-83.

Periodical articleHoward-Hassmann, Rhoda E. (2004)
The Flogging of Bariya Magazu: Nigerian Politics, Canadian Pressures, and Women's and Children's Rights
Journal of Human Rights. Volume 3 #1. March. p. 3-20.

Conference paperInhorn, Marcia C. (2002)
Egyptian Mothers of Test-Tube Babies: Gender, Islam, and the Globalization of New Reproductive Technologies
Paper presented at the 2002 Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 23-26, 2002, Washington, D.C. Tucson, University of Arizona.

Book chapterForesyth, Muhennat I.; Abdulkareem, Fatimah B. (2000)
Islam and Contraceptive Technology
In: Olurode, 'Lai (ed.). Reproductive Health Within the Context of Islam. Surulere, Lagos: Islamic Women/Youth Centre, Anwar-ul Islam Movement of Nigeria.

Book chapterGbadamosi, Tajudeen G.O. (2000)
Confronting Reproductive Health Problems: The Islamic Viewpoint
In: Olurode, 'Lai (ed.). Reproductive Health Within the Context of Islam. Surulere, Lagos: Islamic Women/Youth Centre, Anwar-ul Islam Movement of Nigeria.

Book chapterNuse, Nurat (2000)
Acceptable Child Rearing Practices in Islam
In: Olurode, 'Lai (ed.). Reproductive Health Within the Context of Islam. Surulere, Lagos: Islamic Women/Youth Centre, Anwar-ul Islam Movement of Nigeria.

Periodical articleDoalmy, A. (1998)
Moroccan Youth, Sex and Islam
Middle East Report. Volume 28 #1. p. 8-11.

Conference paperInhorn, Marcia C. (1998)
Egyptian Mothers of Testtube Babies: Gender, Islam, and the Globalization of New Reproductive Technologies
Paper presented at the 97th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), December 2-6, 1998, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Arlington, Virginia.

Periodical articleOlayiwo, Abdur-Rahman O.A. (1995)
Communication, Population, Child Survival and Development in Africa: An Islamic Communication Perspective
Islamic Quarterly. Volume 34 #3. p. 154-166.

Book chapterKleiner-Bossaller, Anke (1992)
No Youth for Hausa Women? Social and Medical Implications of Early Marriage
Abstract presentIn: Les jeunes en Afrique. Tome 1: Évolution et rôle (XIXe-XXe siècles). Volume 1. p. 116-129.

Book chapterMahmud, Abdul-Malik B. (1989)
Protection of Women and Children under Islamic Law
In: Kalu, Awa U. and Osinbajo, Yemi (eds.). Women and Children Under Nigerian Law. Lagos: Federal Ministry of Justice.

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