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Periodical articleScott, Catherine (2021)
See this publicationThe gender of dependency theory: women as workers, from neocolonialism in West Africa to the implosion of contemporary capitalism
Review of African Political Economy. Volume 48 #167. p. 66-81.

Periodical articleUchenna, Efobi and Oluwabunmi, Adejumo O. (2020)
See this publicationCooking technology and female labor market outcomes in sub-Saharan Africa
African Development Review. Volume 32 #4. p. 661-672.

Periodical articleMhando, Nandera E. and Kayuni, Rachel (2019)
See this publicationChallenges and coping strategies of employed mothers in a social security scheme in Tanzania
Tanzania Journal of Development Studies. Volume 17 #2. p. 96-114.

Periodical articleDebuysere, Loes (2018)
See this publicationBetween feminism and unionism: the struggle for socio-economic dignity of working-class women in pre- and post-uprising Tunisia
Review of African Political Economy. Volume 45 #155. p. 25-43.

Periodical articlePatel, Cynthia Joan (2016)
See this publicationComparing three South African student cohorts on their attitudes to the rights of working women
Gender and Education. Volume 28 #1. p. 55-71.

BookEtoundi Essamba, Angèle (2015)
Invisible. African women in action = Femmes africaines en action
Amsterdam: Essamba Art. 208p.

Periodical articleFreeman, Rachel J. and Kamwanyah, Ndumba J. (2015)
A safe sanctuary away from home: working women's perceptions of power, gender-based violence and HIV-infection risk within intimate relationships
Abstract presentJournal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences. Volume 4 #1. p. 10-33.

BookHuet, Gabrielle (2015)
Femmes de Dapaong: au Togo, des femmes prennent la parole
Paris: L'Harmattan. 129p.

BookRodriguez, Cheryl Rene and Tsikata, Dzodzi and Adomako Ampofo, Akosua (eds.) (2015)
Transatlantic feminisms: women and gender studies in Africa and the diaspora
Abstract presentLanham: Lexington Books. 327p.

Periodical articleAkyeampong, Emmanuel and Fofack, Hippolyte (2014)
See this publicationThe contribution of African women to economic growth and development in the pre-colonial and colonial periods: historical perspectives and policy implications
Abstract presentEconomic history of developing regions. Volume 29 #1. p. 42-73.

BookShober, Dianne (2014)
See this publicationLiterary bridges of Sindiwe Magona
Mainz: Institut für Ethnologie und Afrikastudien, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität. Arbeitspapiere #149. 12p.

BookBouasria, Leïla (2013)
Les ouvrières marocaines en mouvement: Qui paye? Qui fait le ménage? Et qui décide?
Paris: L'Harmattan. Mondes en mouvement. 327p.

DVD / videoKilani, Leïla and Issami, Soufia (eds.) (2013)
See this publicationSur la planche
Abstract presentParis: Epicentre Films.

Periodical articleMemela, Nonjabulo C. and Makhaba, Vukani L. (2013)
See this publicationCulture as anchor or culture as impediment? The plight of child care workers (CCWs) in dealing with HIV related deaths in a children's home
Abstract presentIndilinga: African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems. Volume 12 #1. p. 80-95.

Periodical articleAni, Rita Ngozi and Nnabueze, U.C. (2012)
Occupational influence on women's attitude towards oral health in the Enugu State, Nigeria
Abstract presentGhana Journal of Development Studies. Volume 9 #2. p. 125-135.

BookKenya National Commission on Human Rights (2012)
See this publicationWilting in bloom: the irony of women labour rights in the cut-flower sector in Kenya
Nairobi: Kenya Human Rights Commission. 70p.

Periodical articleTshoaedi, Malehoko (2012)
Women in the forefront of workplace struggles in South Africa: from invisibility to mobilization
Labour, Capital and Society. Volume 45 #2. p. 58-83.

Periodical articleTshoaedi, Malehoko (2012)
See this publication(En)gendering the transition in South Africa: the role of COSATU women activists
Abstract presentTransformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. #78. p. 1-26.

Periodical articleBrahic, Bénédicte (2011)
Organizing women workers in the agribusiness sector: case studies from East Africa
Labour, Capital and Society. Volume 44 #1. p. 70-97.

BookCairoli, M. Laetitia (2011)
Girls of the factory: a year with the garment workers of Morocco
Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida. 264p.

Periodical articleKenny, Bridget (2011)
Reconstructing the political? Mall committees and South African precarious retail workers
Labour, Capital and Society. Volume 44 #1. p. 44-69.

Periodical articleRichards, Yevette (2011)
Labor's gendered misstep: the Women's Committee and African Women Workers, 1957-1968
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 44 #3. p. 415-442.

Periodical articleChicktay, Mohamed Alli (2010)
Sexual harassment and employer liability: a critical analysis of the South African legal position
Abstract presentJournal of African Law. Volume 54 #2. p. 283-297.

Periodical articleFayankinnu, Emmanuel Abiodun (2010)
See this publicationNigerian women prison workers' experiences of workplace violence
African Study Monographs. Volume 31 #1. p. 1-15.

Conference paperRollinde, Marguerite (ed.) (2010)
Genre et changement social en Afrique
Paris: Archives contemporaines. Manuels. 122p.

Periodical articleWerbner, Pnina (2010)
See this publicationAppropriating social citizenship: women's labour, poverty, and entrepreneurship in the Manual Workers Union of Botswana
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 36 #3. p. 693-710.

Periodical articleNaidu, Maheshvari (2009)
Glaring invisibility: dressing the body of the female cleaner
Abstract presentAnthropology Southern Africa. Volume 32 #3-4. p. 128-138.

Periodical articleOkafor, Emeka Emmanuel (2009)
Corporate 'marketers' or corporate 'prostitutes'? The use of single ladies in some post-consolidated new generation banks in Ibadan, Nigeria
Abstract presentJournal of environment and culture. Volume 6 #1-2. p. 90-111.

Periodical issueSchler, Lynn and Bethlehem, Louise and Sabar, Galia (eds.) (2009)
Special issue: rethinking labour in Africa, past and present
Abstract presentAfrican Identities. Volume 7 #3. p. 287-432.

Periodical articleBhowon, Uma and Ngtseung, Caroline and Kaajal, Bekarma (2008)
Work-family conflict and satisfaction of married working women in Mauritius
Abstract presentJournal of Social Development in Africa. Volume 23 #1. p. 11-36.

Periodical articleBlin, Myriam (2008)
See this publicationExport-oriented policies, women's work burden and human development in Mauritius
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 34 #2. p. 239-253.

Periodical articleKenny, Bridget (2008)
See this publicationServicing modernity: white women shop workers on the Rand and changing gendered respectabilities, 1940s-1970s
Abstract presentAfrican Studies. Volume 67 #3. p. 365-396.

Periodical articleKonings, Piet (2008)
See this publicationPrivatisation and Labour Militancy: The Case of Cameroon's Tea Estates
Abstract presentJournal of Contemporary African Studies. Volume 26 #1. January. p. 51-70.

Periodical articlePosel, Dorrit and Muller, Colette (2008)
See this publicationIs there evidence of a wage penalty to female part-time employment in South Africa?
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Economics. Volume 76 #3. p. 466-479.

Periodical articleRamtohul, Ramola (2008)
See this publicationTrade liberalisation and the feminisation of poverty: the Mauritian scenario
Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #78. p. 55-67.

Periodical articleDioh, Adrien (2007)
La femme salariée appréhendée sous le prisme du principe d'égalité en droit du travail sénégalais
Abstract presentPenant: revue de droit des pays d'Afrique. Volume 117 #858. p. 62-86.

BookSender, John and Oya, Carlos (2007)
See this publicationDivorced, Separated and Widowed Female Workers in Rural Mozambique
Abstract presentLeiden: African Studies Centre. ASC working paper #70. 34p.

Periodical articleKifle, Temesgen (2006-2007)
Education and the Gender Wage Gap in Eritrea's Formal Labour Market
Australasian Review of African Studies. Volume 28. p. 111-137.

Periodical articleSender, John and Oya, Carlos and Cramer, Christopher (2006)
See this publicationWomen Working for Wages: Putting Flesh on the Bones of a Rural Labour Market Survey in Mozambique
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 32 #2. June. p. 313-333.

Periodical articleDellantonio, Johanna (2005)
See this publication'In Nairobi I have my house, upcountry I have my home': Berufstätige Frauen zwischen Land und Stadt in Kenia
Abstract presentStichproben - Vienna Journal of African Studies. Volume 5 #9. p. 3-36.

Periodical articleDlamini, Armstrong (2004)
See this publication'Threads of Solidarity' Revisited: Gender Forums as Important Sites for Contesting Gender Inequality
Abstract presentTransformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. #55. p. 96-112.

BookJeminiwa, J.O. (ed.) (2004)
See this publicationCivil society and workers' security: Community, Women and Development (COWAD) Nigeria
Geneva: International Labour Office. 33p.

Periodical articleLokshin, Michael M. and Glinskaya, Elena and Garcia, Marito (2004)
See this publicationThe Effect of Early Childhood Development Programmes on Women's Labour Force Participation and Older Children's Schooling in Kenya
Abstract presentJournal of African Economies. Volume 13 #2. June. p. 240-276.

Periodical articleSimelane, Hamilton S. (2004)
See this publicationThe State, Chiefs and the Control of Female Migration in Colonial Swaziland. c. 1930s-1950s
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 45 #1. March. p. 103-124.

BookVan Allen, Judith Imel (2004)
Free women: kinship, capitalism, gender and the state in Botswana
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services. 388p.

Periodical articleMcCulloch, Jock (2003)
See this publicationWomen Mining Asbestos in South Africa, 1893-1980
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 29 #2. June. p. 413-432.

Periodical articleWalker, Liz (2003)
See this publication'They heal in the spirit of the mother': gender, race and professionalisation of South African medical women
Abstract presentAfrican Studies. Volume 62 #1. July. p. 99-123.

Dissertation / thesisWambebe, Mana (2003)
The development of Nigeria's local/traditional fabric industry as a strategy for poverty reduction
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services. 82p.

Periodical articleAkurang-Parry, Kwabena O. (2002)
See this publication'The Loads are Heavier Than Usual': Forced Labor by Women and Children in the Central Province, Gold Coast (Colonial Ghana), ca. 1900-1940
Abstract presentAfrican Economic History. Volume 30. p. 31-51.

Dissertation / thesisFish, Jennifer Natalie (2002)
Domestic workers and democratization: challenging the limits of transformation in the new South Africa
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services. 377p.

Periodical articleMosoeta, Sarah (2001)
The Manchester Road: women and the informalization of work in South Africa's footwear industry
Abstract presentLabour, Capital and Society. Volume 34 #2. p. 184-206.

BookLund, Frances Jane and Srinivas, Smita (2000)
See this publicationLearning from experience: a gendered approach to social protection for workers in the informal economy
Geneva: International Labour Organization. 149p.

Periodical articleCairoli, M. Laetitia (1999)
See this publicationGarment factory workers in the city of Fez
Middle East Journal. Volume 53 #1. p. 28-43.

Book chapterAbdullah, Hussaina (1997)
Multiple Identities and Multiple Organizing Strategies of Female Wage Workers in Kano's Manufacturing Sector
Abstract presentIn: Transforming female identities: women's organizational forms in West Africa. p. 54-66.

Book chapterAndrae, Gunilla (1997)
A Woman Worker in a Lagos Factory: Her Power Base in Family, Community, Labour Market, and Union
Abstract presentIn: Transforming female identities: women's organizational forms in West Africa. p. 69-82.

Periodical articleErasmus, Barney (1997)
See this publicationWomen Power: Aspects of Work Life
Abstract presentAgenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #35. p. 35-44.

Periodical articleOkeke, Philomina E. (1997)
See this publicationFemale Wage Earners and Separate Resource Structures in Post Oil Boom Nigeria
Abstract presentDialectical Anthropology. Volume 22 #3-4. December. p. 373-387.

BookChhachhi, Amrita and Pittin, Renée (1995)
See this publicationMultiple Identities, Multiple Strategies: Confronting State, Capital and Patriarchy
Abstract presentThe Hague: Institute of Social Studies. Working papers, General series #192. 33p.

BookGusau, Sule Ahmed (ed.) (1995)
Perspectives on purdah, working women and family planning in Islam
Abstract presentSokoto: Usmanu Danfodiyo University Press. 136p.

Periodical articleHouse-Midamba, Bessie (1995)
Rethinking Gender, Ethnicity, and Economic Development in Kenya
Abstract presentAfrican Rural and Urban Studies. Volume 2 #1. p. 65-88.

Periodical articleMatthias, Carmel R. (1995)
Achieving effective maternity rights in a post-apartheid South Africa: is the new constitution adequate?
Abstract presentThe Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa. Volume 28 #2. p. 247-260.

Periodical articleBryceson, Deborah F. (1994)
See this publicationEasing Rural Women's Working Day in Sub-Saharan Africa
Abstract presentDevelopment Policy Review. Volume 12 #1. March. p. 59-68.

BookBryceson, Deborah Fahy (1993)
See this publicationEasing Rural Women's Working Day in Sub-Saharan Africa
Abstract presentLeiden: African Studies Centre. ASC working paper #16. 28p.

Periodical articleMager, Anne K. (1989)
See this publicationMoving the Fense: Gender in the Ciskei and Border Textile Industry, 1945-1986
Abstract presentSocial Dynamics. Volume 15 #2. December. p. 46-62.

Periodical articleOlukoshi, Adebayo and Olukoshi, Hussainatu (1989)
Structural adjustment and female wage labour in the Nigerian textile industry
Abstract presentZeitschrift für Afrikastudien. #4. p. 25-35.

Periodical articleAdeyemo, R.O. and Ajobo, O. (1988)
Working Women in the Food Processing Industry: A Case Study in Lagos Area of Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican Notes: Bulletin of the Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan. #3. p. 55-59.

Periodical articleAdler, T. (1988)
See this publicationWomen and Shiftwork in South Africa
Abstract presentAgenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #3. p. 23-36.

Periodical articleVan Niekerk, Andrea (1988)
See this publicationChanging Patterns of Worker Accommodation, Zebediela Citrus Estate, 1926-1953: The Dynamics of External Restraint and Self-Discipline
Abstract presentSocial Dynamics. Volume 14 #2. December. p. 52-69.

Periodical articleCopans, J. (1987)
Des modes domestiques aux modes salariés: cycles de prolétarisation et proto-prolétarisation féminine: réflexions à partir d'exemples africains
Abstract presentCahiers des sciences humaines. Volume 23 #1. p. 75-87.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn and Emdon, Erica and Klugman, Barbara (1985)
Childcare and the working mother
Abstract presentAfrica Perspective. #26. p. 29-60.

Periodical articleBird, Adrienne (1984)
Organising women workers in South Africa
Abstract presentSouth African Labour Bulletin. Volume 10 #8. p. 76-91.

Periodical articleKollehlon, Konia T. (1984)
See this publicationWomen's Work-Role and Fertility in Liberia
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 54 #4. p. 31-45.

Periodical articleBerger, Iris (1983)
See this publicationSources of Class Consciousness: South African Women in Recent Labor Struggles
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 16 #1. p. 49-66.

Periodical articleKlugman, B. (1983)
Maternity rights and benefits and protective legislation at work
Abstract presentSouth African Labour Bulletin. Volume 9 #3. p. 25-52.

Periodical articleMcFadden, Patricia (1983)
Women Writers in South Africa
Abstract presentJournal of African Marxists. #4. September. p. 54-62.

BookCaughman, Susan (1981)
Women at work in Mali: the case of the Markala Cooperative
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Center. Working papers #50.

Book chapterDelancey, V. (1981)
Wage earner and mother: compatibility of roles on a Cameroon plantation
Abstract presentIn: Women, education, and modernization of the family in West Africa. p. 1-21.

Book chapterKaranja, Wambui Wa (1981)
Women and work: a study of female and male attitudes in the modern sector of an African metropolis
Abstract presentIn: Women, education, and modernization of the family in West Africa. p. 42-66.

Book chapterKoenig, D.B. (1981)
Education and fertility among cameroonian working women
Abstract presentIn: Women, education, and modernization of the family in West Africa. p. 134-153.

Periodical articleMuduka Inyanza (1980)
See this publicationLa satisfaction au travail chez le personnel feminin de Kisangahi (Zaire)
Abstract presentAfrica: rivista trimestrale di studi e documentazione. Volume 35 #3-4. p. 524-531.

Periodical articleDammak, Oum Kalthoum (1979)
Travail de la femme et fécondité
Abstract presentRevue tunisienne de sciences sociales. Volume 16 #56-57. p. 125-133.

Periodical articleDeLancey, Virginia (1978)
Women at the Cameroon Development Corporation: How Their Money Works
Abstract presentRural Africana. #2. Fall. p. 9-33.

Periodical articleJackson, Sam (1978)
See this publicationHausa Women on Strike
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 5 #13. May-August. p. 21-36.

Periodical articleGould, T.F. (1977)
A new class of professional Zairian women
Abstract presentThe African Review: A Journal of African Politics, Development and International Affairs. Volume 7 #3-4. p. 92-105.

Periodical articleKaroui, Naïma (1976)
Famille et travail: les ouvrières de Menzel Bourguiba
Abstract presentRevue tunisienne de sciences sociales. Volume 13 #45. p. 73-98.

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