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

Periodical articleAkyeampong, Emmanuel; 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; Issami, Soufia (eds.) (2013)
See this publicationSur la planche
Abstract presentParis: Epicentre Films.

Periodical articleMemela, Nonjabulo C.; 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; 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; Bethlehem, Louise; 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; Ngtseung, Caroline; 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; 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; 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; Oya, Carlos; 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.; Glinskaya, Elena; 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 Sipho (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; 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; 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; 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.; 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; Emdon, Erica; 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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