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Determinants of Female Labour Force Participation in Nigeria's Urban Areas: the Case Study of Port Harcourt
A review of the literature onwomen or gender in general indicates that there is now a demand for a re-orientation 'of research and changes in the methodological procedures used for the compilation and computation of national ...
The Impact of Educational Policy on the Status of Women in Nigeria: 1990-2000
This paper critically examines gender responsive policies. A method that is 'intended to facilitate.a process which can systematically mainstream gender disparity (inequality) in educational policies from the stage of ...
Women and Politics in Nigeria: Impact of Income and Education on Women Political Participation
The conceptual and material bases of women’s historic exclusion from the formal arena of politics have generated a great deal of interest among feminists, academics and policy makers in Nigeria. Several studies have addressed ...
Patterns and Social-economic Determinants of Women's Political Participation in Nigeria's Urban Areas: the Case of Lagos Metropolis
This paper investigates the socio-economic determinants of women's political participation in South-western Nigeria. The scope of the study covers Lagos metropolis as one of the major urban centres of Nigeria. Information ...
Socio-Cultural Dimensions and Attitude of Women and Community Stakeholders towards Continuation of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in Lagos Metropolis, Nigeria
This article examines the socio-cultural dimensions and attitude of women and community stakeholders to the continuation of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in Nigeria using Lagos metropolis as a study location. To achieve ...