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Title:Perspectives on feminism from Africa
Author:Olurode, 'LaiISNI
Year:2013
Pages:192
Language:English
Series:African world series
City:Durham, NC
Publisher:Carolina Academic Press (CAP)
ISBN:9781611630114
Geographic terms:Africa
Nigeria
Subjects:feminism
gender
Internet
adolescents
human trafficking
family planning
AIDS
women's organizations
Abstract:This collective volume brings together studies on gender and feminism in Africa, notably Nigeria. An introduction by 'Lai Olurode on the gender studies regime in Africa is followed by chapters on fractured feminism ('Lai Olurode), gender and culture in old and new Africa (Toyin Falola), a feminist appraisal of the social context of adolescent internet use in Nigeria (Michael Kunnuji), globalization, gender bias, and trafficking in young women (Franca Attoh), family planning services and the quest for women's empowerment in Nigeria (Chinyere C.P. Nnorom), gender and discrimination among people living with HIV/AIDS in Nigeria (Chinwe R. Nwanna), impact of rural women's association on women's political empowerment in Nigeria: a study of Akwa Ibom state (Idongesit Eshiet), feminization of poverty in old age: lessons from Lagos state, Nigeria (Bola Amaike) and feminists in their own right: self-appraisal by women heading households in Lagos, Nigeria (Funmi Bammeke). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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