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BookOppong, Christine; Antwi, Phyllis; Wśrness, Kari (eds.) (2009)
Care of the seriously sick and dying: perspectives from Ghana
Abstract presentBergen: BRIC. IAS studies in the changing cultures of care. 305p.

Periodical articleOppong, Christine (2006)
Familial Roles and Social Transformations: Older Men and Women in Sub-Saharan Africa
Research on Aging. Volume 28 #6. November. p. 654-668.

BookOppong, Christine; Oppong, Yaa P.A.; Odotei, Irene K. (eds.) (2006)
Sex and Gender in an Era of AIDS: Ghana at the Turn of the Millennium
Legon, Ghana: Sub-Saharan Publishers. 339p.

BookOppong, Christine (2005)
Conjugal Resources, Power, Decision Making and Domestic Labour: Some Historical and Recent Evidence of Modernity from Ghanaian Families
Legon, Ghana: University of Ghana, Institute of African Studies. Occasional Paper Series 2005 #7. 54p.

BookAntwi, Phyllis; Badasu, Delali; Oppong, Christine (eds.) (2004)
Gendered Family Dynamics and Health: African Family Studies in a Globalizing World
Legon, Ghana: University of Ghana, Institute of African Studies. 112p.

Periodical articleOppong, C. (2004)
Social capital and systems of care: some contrasting evidence
Research Review. #16. p. 1-15.

Book chapterOppong, Christine (2004)
Demographic Innovation and Nutritional Catastrophe: Change, Lack of Change and Difference in Ghanaian Family Systems
In: Therborn, Goran (ed.). African Families in a Global Context. Uppsala, Sweden: Nordic Africa Institute. Research Report #131.

Periodical issueOppong, Christine; Wśrness, Kari; Atobrah, Deborah (eds.) (2004)
Children in crisis: family care under review
Research Review. Volume 16. 102p.

Periodical articleOppong, Christine (2001)
Globalization and the Disruption of Mothercare
Abstract presentResearch Review. Volume 17 #1. p. 25-47.

BookOppong, Christine (2000)
Smiling Infants or Crying Babies: Taking Reproduction Labour and Material Strain into Account in Sustainable Development Frameworks, Policies, and Plans
Legon, Ghana: University of Ghana, Institute of African Studies. Occasional Research Papers Series 2000 #4. 49p.

Periodical articleOppong, C. (1999)
Infants' entitlements and babies' capabilities: explaining infant hunger
Research Review. Volume 15 #2. p. 35-63.

Periodical articleAdepoju, Aderanti; Oppong, Christine; O'Laughlin, Bridget (1995)
See this publicationReview of: Gender, Work and Population in Sub-Saharan Africa
Development and Change. Volume 26 #3. July. p. 617-619.

Book chapterOppong, Christine (1995)
Some Roles of Women: What do we Know? Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Sub-Saharan Africa
In: Makinwa, Paulina A. and Jensen, An-Magritt (eds.). Women's Position and Demographic Change in Sub-Saharan Africa. Liege, Belgium: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP). p. 363-388.

BookOppong, Christine; Wey, Rene (1995)
Women's Roles and Demographic Change in Sub-Saharan Africa
Liege, Belgium: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP). IUSSP Policy and Research Paper #5. 36p.

BookAdepoju, Aderanti; Oppong, Christine (eds.) (1994)
Gender, Work and Population in Sub-Saharan Africa
Abstract presentLondon; Portsmouth, New Hampshire: James Currey; Heinemann. 245p.

Book chapterOppong, Christine (1994)
Some Roles of Women: What Do We Know?
In: Ardayfio-Schandorf, Elizabeth (ed.). Family and Development in Ghana. Proceedings of International Training and Research Workshop at the University of Ghana, 1992. Accra: Ghana Universities Press.

Conference paperOppong, Christine (1993)
Some Roles of Women: What Do We Know? - Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Sub-Saharan Africa
Paper presented at the IUSSP Seminar on Women and Demographic Change in Sub-Saharan Africa, March 3-6, 1993, Dakar, Senegal. Liege, Belgium: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP). p. 363-388.

Book chapterOppong, Christine (1992)
Traditional Family Systems in Rural Settings in Africa
In: Berquo, Elza and Zenos, Peter (eds.). Family Systems and Cultural Change. Oxford, Great Britain: Clarendon Press. p. 69-86.

BookOppong, Christine (1991)
Relationships between Women's Work and Demographic Behaviour: Some Research Evidence in West Africa
Geneva: International Labour Organization (ILO). World Employment Programme. Research Working Paper #175. April. 53p.

Conference paperOppong, Christine (1991)
Conjugal and Parental Roles in African Families: Old and New Models
Paper presented at the Conference on Women, Family and Population, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, April 24-29, 1991.

Periodical articleOppong, Christine (1991)
Modernising Mothers: Analysis of Ghanaian Focused Biographies
African Population Studies. #6. August.

Book chapterOppong, Christine (1989)
Women's Roles and Gender Issues in Family Planning in Africa
Legon Ghana: University of Ghana. Regional Institute for Population Studies (RIPS). p. 143-193.

Book chapterOppong, Christine (1988)
Ethnographic Approaches to Demographic Issues: Some Experiences from International Labour Organization (ILO) Work and Studies in Ghana
In: CIACO. Au-Dela du Quantitatif: Espiors et Limites de l'Analyse Qualitative en Demographie. Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium: Universite Catholique de Louvain. p. 303-320.

Book chapterOppong, Christine (1988)
Women's Role and Conjugal Family Systems with Particular Reference to Ghana and Liberation Movement
In: Ogunsheye, F.A. (ed.). Nigerian Women and Development. Ibadan: Ibadan University Press. p. 103-112.

Book chapterOppong, Christine; Abu, Katharine (1988)
The Seven Roles Framework: Focused Biographies and Family Size in Ghana
In: Caldwell, John C. and Hill, A.G. and Hull, V. (eds.). Micro-Approaches to Demographic Research. London: Kegan Paul International. p. 146-166.

Conference paperOppong, Christine (1988)
The Effects of Women's Position on Fertility Family Organization and the Labour Market: Some Crisis Issues
Paper presented at the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP) Conference on Women's Position and Demographic Change in the Course of Development. Liege, Belgium: IUSSP.

Book chapterOppong, Christine (1987)
Responsible Fatherhood and Birth Planning
In: Oppong, Christine (ed.). Sex Roles, Population and Development in West Africa: Policy Related Studies on Work and Demographic Issues. Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heineman. p. 165-178.

BookOppong, Christine (ed.) (1987)
Sex Roles Population and Development in West Africa: Policy-Related Studies on Work and Demographic Issues
Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann. 242p.

BookOppong, Christine; Abu, Katherine (1987)
Seven Roles of Women: Impact of Education Migration and Employment on Ghanaian Mothers
Geneva: International Labour Organization (ILO). Women, Work and Development Series #13. 127p.

Conference paperOppong, Christine (1987)
Traditional Family Systems in Rural Settings in Africa
Paper presented at the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP) Seminar on Changing Family Structures and Life Courses in Less Developed Countries (LDC), 1987, Honolulu, Hawaii. Liege, Belgium: IUSSP.

BookOppong, Christine (1987)
African Mothers, Workers and Wives: Inequality and Segregation
Geneva: International Labour Organization (ILO). Population, Human Resources and Development Planning in Sub-Saharan Africa Working Paper Series #2. 36p.

Conference paperOppong, Christine (1986)
The Changing Occupational and Familial Roles of Women and Men and the Impacts Upon Procreation and Parenthood of Social and Spatial Mobility: Some Ghanaian Evidence
Paper presented at the Rockefeller Foundation's Workshop on Women's Status and Fertility, July 8-11, 1986, Mt. Kisco, New York. 49p.

Periodical articleOppong, Christine; Bleek, Wolf (1982)
See this publicationEconomic Models and Having Children: Some Evidence from Kwahu, Ghana
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 52 #4. p. 15-33.

BookOppong, Christine (1981)
Middle class African marriage: a family study of Ghanaian senior civil servants
Abstract presentLondon: Allen & Unwin. 190p.

Periodical articleOppong, Christine (1976)
See this publicationAn Exploratory Note on Financial Constraints and Desired Family Size: Analysis of Data from a Pilot Study of Male Clerical Officers in Accra
Abstract presentCanadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 10 #3. p. 403-408.

Periodical articleOppong, Christine; Okali, Christine; Houghton, Beverly (1975)
See this publicationWomen Power: Retrograde Steps in Ghana
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 18 #3. December. p. 71-84.

BookOppong, C. (1973)
Growing up in Dagbon
Tema: Ghana Publishing Corporation. 79p.

Periodical articleOppong, Christine (1972)
Notes on cultural aspects of menstruation in Ghana
Abstract presentResearch Review. Volume 9 #2. p. 33-38.

Periodical articleOppong, Christine (1971)
The conjugal family 'open' or 'closed': a preliminary analysis of an aspect of changes in the prescribed norms for conjugal relationships of a sample of Ghanaian university students
Abstract presentResearch Review. Volume 8 #2. p. 18-28.

Periodical articleOppong, Christine (1971)
Education and change: the domestic system of an urban elite
Abstract presentResearch Review. Volume 8 #1. p. 31-49.

Periodical articleOppong, C. (1967)
Local migration in northern Ghana
Abstract presentGhana Journal of Sociology. Volume 3 #1. p. 1-16.

Periodical articleOppong, C. (1966)
The Dagomba response to the introduction of state schools
Abstract presentGhana Journal of Sociology. Volume 2 #1. p. 17-25.

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