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Book chapterAbidogun, Jamaine (2007)
Pushing and Pulling: Western Education's Impact on Women's Subjugation in Ghana
In: Falola, Toyin and Afolabi, Niyi (eds.). The Human Cost of African Migrations. New York: Routledge.

BookAssaad, Ragui and Barsoum, Ghada F. (2007)
Youth Exclusion in Egypt: In Search of 'Second Chances'
Washington, D.C.: Wolfensohn Center for Development at the Brookings Institution. Middle East Youth Initiative Working Paper #2. 43p.

Periodical articleMoorosi, Pontso (2007)
Creating Linkages between Private and Public: Challenges Facing Woman Principals in South Africa
South African Journal of Education. Volume 27 #3. August. p. 507-521.

Periodical articleChowa, Gina A.N. (2006)
Savings Performance among Rural Households in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Effect of Gender
Social Development Issues. Volume 28 #2. p. 106-116.

Periodical articleEloundou-Enyegue, Parfair M. and Calves, Anne-Emmanuele (2006)
Till Marriage Do Us Part: Education and Remittances from Married Women in Africa
Comparative Education Review. Volume 50 #1. February. p. 1-20.

Periodical articleEze, Ngozi U. (2006)
Psychosocial Support for Nigeria's Conflict Widows
Critical Half: Bi-Annual Journal for Women International. Volume 4 #1. Summer. p. 45-48.

BookLloyd, Cynthia B. and Mensch, Barbara S. (2006)
Marriage and Childbirth as Factors in School Exit: An Analysis of DHS Data from Sub-Saharan Africa
New York: Population Council. Policy Research Division Working Paper #219. 30p.

Book chapterSereke-Brhan, Heran (2006)
Drying Bad Blood: Notes on Elite Marriages, Politics and Ethnicity in 19th and 20th Century Imperial Ethiopia
In: Uhlig, Siegbert (ed.). Proceedings of the 15th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies, Hamburg, July 20-25, 2003. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.

Periodical articleAkpotu, Nelson E. (2005)
See this documentEducation as Correlate of Fertility Rate among Families in Southern Nigeria
African Symposium: An On-Line African Educational Research Journal. Volume 5 #2. June. p. 5-15.

Conference paperAppiah, Estelle M. (2005)
New and Emerging Legislation Affecting Women and Children in Ghana
Paper presented at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago, June 23, 2005. 54p.

Book chapterBledsoe, Caroline (2005)
School Fees and the Marriage Process for Mende Girls in Sierra Leone
In: Cornwall, Andrea (ed.). Readings in Gender in Africa. Bloomington, Indiana/Oxford: Indiana University Press/James Currey. p. 80-89.

BookCornwall, Andrea (ed.) (2005)
Readings in Gender in Africa
Bloomington, Indiana/Oxford: Indiana University Press/James Currey. 247p.

Book chapterElimu Yetu Coalition (2005)
See this documentThe Challenge of Educating Girls in Kenya
In: Aikman, Sheila and Unterhalter, Elaine (eds.). Beyond Access: Transforming Policy and Practice for Gender Equality in Education. Oxford: Oxfam. p. 106-127.

Periodical articleFargues, P. (2005)
Women in Arab Countries: Challenging the Patriarchal System?
Reproductive Health Matters. Volume 13 #25. May. p. 43-48.

Conference paperFoster, Angel M. (2005)
Marriage, Sexuality and Reproductive Health: A Survey of University Students in Tunisia and Jordan
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 19-22, 2004, Washington, D.C. Tucson: University of Arizona.

Periodical articleGyima, Stephen and White, Jerry and Maxim, Paul (2005)
Cohort Perspectives on Women's Educational Attainment and the Timing of Parenthood in Ghana
Journal of Family and Economic Issues. Volume 26 #1. March. p. 123-142.

Periodical articleIkamari, L.D. (2005)
The Effect of Education on the Timing of Marriage in Kenya
Demographic Research. Volume 12 #1. February 23. p. 1-28.

Dissertation / thesisKubeka, Alvina M. (2005)
Tension in Developmental Intimacy: Parental Modeling and Domestic Violence in the New South Africa
M.A. Thesis: Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 58p.

Periodical articleMalherbe, V.C. (2005)
See this documentIn Onegt Verwekt: Law, Custom and Illegitimacy in Cape Town, 1800-1840
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 31 #1. March. p. 163-185.

BookMugawe, David and Powell, Antoinette (2005)
See this documentBorn to High Risk: Violence Against Girls in Africa
Addis Ababa: African Child Abuse Forum. 68p.

Dissertation / thesisNell, Reinette D. (2005)
Stress, Coping Resources and Adjustment of Married Mothers in the Teaching Profession
M.A. Thesis: Nelson Mandela University, Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 159p.

Book chapterNnaemeka, Obioma (2005)
Bringing African Women into the Classroom: Rethinking Pedagogy and Epistemology
In: Oyewumi, Oyeronke (ed.). African Gender Studies: A Reader. Basingstoke, Great Britain: Palgrave Macmillan. p. 51-65.

Book chapterTiamiyu, Mojisola F. (2005)
Prevalence of Wife Battering among Workers in a Nigerian University: Issues in Women's Rights (On the University of Jos)
In: Nnaemeka, Obioma and Ezeilo, Joy N. (eds.). Engendering Human Rights: Cultural and Socioeconomic Realities in Africa. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Comparative Feminist Studies Series. p. 261-284.

Periodical articleAmin, Sajeda and Al-Bassusi, Nagah H. (2004)
Education, Wage Work, and Marriage: Perspectives of Egyptian Working Women
Journal of Marriage and Family. Volume 66 #5. December. p. 1287-1299.

BookAryeetey, Ellen B.D. (2004)
Coming to Terms with Sexual Harassment in Ghana
Legon: University of Ghana, Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER). Technical Publication Series #64. May. 71p.

Periodical articleIndabawa, Sabo A. (2004)
See this documentOn Some Socio-Cultural Determinants of Girls' Involvement in Education in Nigeria
African Symposium: An On-Line African Educational Research Journal. Volume 4 #1. March.

Periodical articleOtieno, Alfred T. Agwanda and Bocquier, Philippe (2004)
See this documentAn Event History Analysis of Factors Influencing Entry into Parenthood in Nairobi