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Periodical articleCasely-Hayford, L. (2009)
Gendered experiences in teaching: an exploration into the participation and needs of female teachers in deprived rural areas in Ghana
Research Review. #19. p. 89-116.

Periodical articleOwusu, G.A. (2008)
Gender, land tenure dynamics and livelihood: a comparison of the Central and Volta regions of Ghana using logistic regression analysis
Studies in Gender and Development in Africa. Volume 2. September. p. 34-57.

Periodical articleKadenyi, M.M.; Kamunyu, M.W. (2006)
Challenges facing women in tertiary institutions: a case study of Eldoret municipality
Educator (Eldoret, Kenya). Volume 1 #1. p. 121-129.

Periodical articleOgachi, Oanda I. (2006)
Women and gender studies in East African universities and the need for a transformative pedagogy: issues and challenges
OSSREA Bulletin. Volume 3 #3. October. p. 30-36.

Periodical articleOloruntoba, Abayomi; Ajayi, Michael Tunde (2006)
See this publicationGender and Research Attainment in Nigerian Agricultural Universities
Abstract presentJournal of Higher Education in Africa. Volume 4 #2. p. 83-98.

Periodical articleRuth, Damian (2005)
See this publicationGender and Perceptions of Academic Work in South Africa
Abstract presentJournal of Higher Education in Africa. Volume 3 #3. p. 57-85.

Periodical articleBrydon, N.N.S. (2004)
Reconstructing by gender analysis the identity of women in the discipline of African history
Chiedza (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 7 #2. December. p. 114-125.

Periodical articleMama, Amina (2003)
See this publicationRestore, Reform but do Not Transform: The Gender Politics of Higher Education in Africa
Journal of Higher Education in Africa. Volume 1 #1. Fall. p. 101-125.

Periodical articleRunhare, Tawanda (2003)
See this publicationWomen perceptions of 'masculine' technical careers: a comparative study of women in 'feminine' and 'masculine' employment occupations in the city of Gweru, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 15 #3. November. p. 133-150.

Periodical articleTambo, E.M.Z. (2003)
See this publicationAssessing Gender Differences in A Level Biology Students' Perceptions in Zimbabwean Schools
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 15 #2. July. p. 112-121.

Periodical articleBediako, F.E.; Gordor, B.K.; Etsey, Y.K.A. (2002)
Can the sex of a student be identified by his or her handwriting?
Journal of Natural Sciences. Volume 2 #1. April. p. 71-86.

Periodical articleMapfumo, K.G.; Chireshe, Regis; Peresuh, Munhuweyi (2002)
See this publicationCareer Perceptions and Visions of Boys and Girls in Secondary Schools in Zimbabwe: Some Implications for Teachers and Parents
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 29 #2. p. 156-173.

Periodical articleWakam, J. (2002)
See this publicationRelations de genre, structures démographiques de ménages et scolarisation des jeunes au Cameroun
Etude de la population africaine. Volume 17 #2. October. p. 1-22.

Periodical articleBull, Mutumba M. (2001-2002)
Gender Dimensions of Multiparty Politics: Kabwe By-Elections, August 2002 and the 2001 and 2002 Election Postmortem
African Social Research. #47-48. p. 135-157.

Periodical articleBru, J. (2001)
The gender of governance: the case of Seychelles
African Journal of Public Administration and Management. Volume 13 #1-2. January-July. p. 13-22.

Periodical articleEdriss, A.; Mphepo, M.; Njolomole, E. (2001)
See this publicationAnalysis of male and female farmers' participation in agricultural extension programmes: a case study in Mzuzu and Machinga agricultural development divisions of Malawi
UNISWA Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology. Volume 5 #2. December. p. 110-116.

Periodical articleMulinge, Munyae M. (2001)
The Gendered Workplace in Kenya: A Comparative Analysis of Agricultural Technicians in Public and Parastatal Sector Work Settings
Abstract presentEastern Africa Social Science Research Review. Volume 17 #1. January. p. 53-77.

Periodical articleNuwagaba, Augustus (2001)
Situation Analysis of Women in the Ugandan Political Economy
Abstract presentEastern Africa Social Science Research Review. Volume 17 #1. January. p. 15-29.

Periodical articleZeleke, Seleshi (2001)
Gender Differences in Mathematics Performance in the Elementary Grades: Implications for Women's Participation in Scientific and Technical Occupations
Abstract presentEastern Africa Social Science Research Review. Volume 17 #2. June. p. 109-127.

Periodical articleMakoni, R.D. (2000)
See this publicationEffects of the Economic Structural Adjustment Programme (1991-1993) on the Participation of Secondary School Girls in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 27 #2. p. 221-234.

Periodical articleNaggita, Esther D. (2000)
Why Men Come Out Ahead: The Legal Regime and the Protection and Realization of Women's Rights in Uganda
Abstract presentEast African Journal of Peace and Human Rights. Volume 6 #1. p. 34-61.

Periodical articleNair, S.; Vokolkova, V.; Abadjieva, T. (2000)
Analysis of gender differences in education for engineering career (Gaborone case study)
Botswana Journal of Technology. Volume 9 #1. April. p. 1-8.

Periodical articleNenty, H. Johnson (2000)
Gender-Typing, Performance and Achievement-Related Behaviour in Mathematics by Secondary School Students in Lesotho
Review of Southern African Studies. Volume 4 #1. June. p. 107-132.

Periodical articleNyamu, Celestine I. (2000)
The International Human Rights Regime and Rural Women in Kenya
Abstract presentEast African Journal of Peace and Human Rights. Volume 6 #1. p. 1-33.

Periodical articleSeleshi Zekele (2000)
Gender differences in mathematics achievement: a search for explanations
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 12 #1. March. p. 100-118.

Periodical articleTiruneh, Addis; Tesfaye, Teklu; Verkuijl, Hugo; Mwangi, Wilfred (2000)
Gender Differentials in Agricultural Productivity among Smallholders in Ada, Lume and Gimbichu Woredas of the Central Highlands of Ethiopia
Ethiopian Journal of Development Research. Volume 22 #1. April. p. 1-24.

Periodical articleKamau, N. (200*)
Do women bring a different perspective into political leadership
Perspectives on Gender Discourse. #3-3. p. 103-114.

Periodical articleMghanga, M. (200*)
The effects of SAPs on the civil service, education and health sectors: the gender perspective
Perspectives on Gender Discourse. #3-2. p. 93-117.

Periodical articleGebru, Amanuel; Gebreselassie, Mulugeta (1999)
Gender Equity in Education in Ethiopia: Hurdles, Initiatives and Prospects
Ethiopian Journal of Development Research. Volume 21 #1. April. p. 1-34.

Periodical articleGellejah, S.P.M. (1999)
Gender considerations, priorities and strategies in the time of crisis: Tanzania's experience with El Nino rains (1998)
Uongozi. Volume 11 #2. December. p. 186-199.

Periodical articleKakongoro, D.B. (1999)
Women in management
Nkumba Business Journal. Volume 1 #1. January. p. 87-98.

Periodical articleKikula, J.S. (1999)
Gender imbalance: an evil to entrepreneurship development
Uongozi. Volume 11 #2. December. p. 200-211.

Periodical articleKusunose, Keiki (1999)
Reading Bessie Head from the Gender Perspective in the Japanese Context
Marang: Journal of Language and Literature. #Special issue. p. 111-114.

Periodical articleKuzilwa, A.J.; Kuzilwa, M.S. (1999)
Participation of women in business enterprises and its implications on gender: a case of banana traders in Mbeya
Uongozi. Volume 11 #2. December. p. 167-185.

Periodical articleLee-Smith, D. (1999)
Towards gender-sensitive architecture
Habitat Debate. Volume 5 #2. p. 16-17.

Periodical articleMpagi, S.J. (1999)
The role of women in food security and implementation of the National Gender Policy: a case study of Uganda
Impact (Kampala, Uganda). Volume 2. p. 30-32.

Periodical articleMwangi, Wilfred; Verkuijl, Hugo; Bisanda, Shekania (1999)
Gender Differentials in Adoption of Improved Maize Production Technologies in Mbeya Region of the Southern Highlands of Tanzania
Abstract presentEastern Africa Social Science Research Review. Volume 15 #2. June. p. 65-77.

Periodical articleOchanda, A. (1999)
Gender and HIV/AIDS: a time for action
Bulletin (UNESCO. Nairobi Office). Volume 34 #2. July-December. p. 22-24.

Periodical articleRiwa, C.C.W. (1999)
Gender issues in the Tandem project with the folk development colleges (FDCs) in Tanzania 1991 to 1996: an evaluation
Uongozi. Volume 11 #2. December. p. 228-244.

Periodical articleSongorwa, A.N. (1999)
Is community-based wildlife management gender sensitive? experiences from Selous Conservation Programme in Tanzania
Uongozi. Volume 11 #2. December. p. 145-166.

Periodical articleTemba, E.I. (1999)
Children problems are gender problems: an overview
Uongozi. Volume 11 #2. December. p. 212-227.

Periodical articleAbbas, W. (1998)
Women in the Christian and Jewish scriptures and in contemporary Egypt
Amka. #4A. p. 21-31.

Periodical articleDiop, Fatou (1998)
See this publicationBilan des politiques et perspectives sur la problématique des femmes au Sénégal: l'intérêt de l'analyse de genre
Africa Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 23 #3-4. p. 121-133.

Periodical articleGenet Z. (1998)
Women in education: a study of the academic performance and participation of female students in the high schools of Addis Ababa region
I.E.R. Flambeau. Volume 6 #1. December. p. 26-53.

Periodical articleKachingwe, N. (1998)
Gender: Much Talked About, Little Understood
WomanPlus. Volume 3 #1. January-April. p. 8-10.

Periodical articleKaranja, A.M. (1998)
Women in the urban environment: solid waste management in the unplanned settlement areas of Nairobi
Perspectives (Nairobi, Kenya). Volume 2 #1. January. p. 107-123.

Periodical articleKasonde-Ng'andu, Sophie (1998)
Student-Teacher Interaction as a Factor in Gender Differences in Academic Performance: Teacher Perceptions
African Social Research. #41-42. December-June 1999. p. 25-35.

Periodical articleLandman, C. (1998)
The implementation of biblical hermeneutics
Amka. #4A. p. 14-20.

Periodical articleMaeda-Machang'u, A.D.; Mutayoba, S.K.; Laswai, G.H.; Mwaseba, D.; Kimambo, E.; Lazaro, E. (1998)
Gender roles in animal health and production in rural areas of Tanzania
Tanzania Veterinary Journal. Volume 18 #supplementary no. 4. p. 250-269.

Periodical articleMaruatona, Tonic (1998)
See this publicationGender Perceptions of the Botswana National Literacy Programme among the Minorities in the Chobe District
Abstract presentBotswana Notes and Records. Volume 30. p. 9-26.

Periodical articleMazile, B.M. (1998)
The portrayal of women in social studies and history textbooks used in Botswana
Mosenodi. Volume 6 #2. p. 53-61.

Periodical articleMcFadden, P. (1998)
Examining myths of a democratic media
Women's World. #32. p. 6-9.

Periodical articleMhoja, W. (1998)
The 'male bread-winner' myth
Finance (Nairobi, Kenya). January 26. p. 24-25.

Periodical articleMuzvidziwa, Victor N. (1998)
See this publicationDealing with Impoverishment: Sourcing and Selling Food in Masvingo
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 25 #2. p. 147-171.

Periodical articleNtarangwi, Mwenda G. (1998)
Feminism and Masculinity in an African Capitalist Context: The Case of Kenya
Abstract presentSAFERE: Southern African Feminist Review. Volume 3 #1. p. 19-33.

Periodical articleObi, Regina U. (1998)
See this publicationWomen's Participation at Executive Level in Trade Unions in Nigeria (1985-1990)
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 23 #3-4. p. 163-182.

Periodical articleOsei-Hwedie, Bertha Z. (1998)
Female-Headed Households in Southern Africa: Issues, Problems and Prospects
Research Review. Volume 14 #2. p. 69-83.

Periodical articleOtunga, Ruth N. (1998)
Gender Differentiation in Kenya's Formal Education System
Papers in Education and Development. #19. p. 27-37.

Periodical articlePallé, Bernadette (1998)
Femmes et société civile au 21ème siècle en Afrique
Abstract presentQuest: An International African Journal of Philosophy. Volume 12 #1. June. p. 163-168.

Periodical articleRay, H. (1998)
Why do girls in Botswana senior secondary schools under-achieve in science? perceptions of pre-entry science course students at the University of Botswana
Mosenodi. Volume 6 #1. p. 60-70.

Periodical articleSmith, Nova (1998)
The Matrices of Race, Class and Gender: How They Converge in the Lives of Southern African Women
SAFERE: Southern African Feminist Review. Volume 3 #1. p. 45-54.

Periodical articleSow, Fatou (1998)
See this publicationQuand l'une n'est pas l'autre: à propos des rôles sociaux des sexes
Africa Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 23 #3-4. p. 5-12.

Periodical articleZigomo, L. (1998)
Do We Have a Culture of Human Rights in Zimbabwe?
WomanPlus. Volume 3 #2. July. p. 3-5.

Periodical articleKibera, W.L. (1997)
Gender and Occupational Prestige in Kenya
Papers in Education and Development. #18. p. 97-109.

Periodical articleMafela, Lily (1997)
Competing Gender Ideologies: A Conceptual Framework for the Analysis of Education amongst Batswana of Botswana, c.1840-c.1994
Abstract presentPula: Botswana Journal of African Studies. Volume 11 #2. p. 155-165.

Periodical articleOchwada, Hannington (1997)
See this publicationDe-feminization of poverty in Africa: are we keeping the promise?
Africa Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 22 #1. p. 183-185.

Periodical articleArkhurst, S. (1996)
The use of mass communication media as an instrument for positive change in the image of women: the case of the folk media
Journal of Performing Arts. Volume 2 #1. June. p. 7-11.

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