Items where Subject is "H Social Sciences > HQ The family. Marriage. Woman"
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Adekeye, Olujide A (2008) Prevalence and Patterns of Gender Violence: Major Variables in the Exposure to HIV/AIDS among Women in Nigeria. Gender and Behaviour, 6 (2). pp. 1827-1840. ISSN 1596-9231
Adekeye, Olujide A and Abimbola, Oluremi H. and Adeusi, Sussan O (2011) DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN A SEMI-URBAN NEIGHBOURHOOD. Gender and Behaviour, 9 (2). pp. 4247-4261. ISSN 1596-9231
Adetoro, Gbemisola (2013) Female Autonomy, Use of Family Planning and Maternal Health in Nigeria. In: 2013 International Conference on Family Planning Ethiopia, November 13-14, 2013, Ethiopia. (Unpublished)
Akanbi, M. A. and Azuh, Dominic E. and Adekola, Paul Oluwatomipe and Olawole-Isaac, A. and EJIEGBU, CHIAMAKA JENNIFER (2015) SOCIO-ECONOMIC FACTORS INFLUENCING THE UTILIZATION OF MATERNAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES IN AMUWO-ODOFIN LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA. International Journal of Humanities, Arts, Medicine and Sciences , 3 (3). pp. 1-10. ISSN 2348-0521 (Submitted)
Amoo, Emmanuel O. (2012) Socio-economic perspectives of male sexual challenges and inter-spousal communication in a mono-cultural setting. Gender and Behaviour, 10 (1). pp. 4386-4397. ISSN 1117-1421
Chiluwa, Innocent and Chimuanya, Lily and Ajiboye, Esther and Peter, Ada (2015) Texting and Relationship: Examining Discourse Strategies in Negotiating and Sustaining Relationships Using Mobile Phone. Covenant Journal of Language Studies (CJLS), 3 (2). pp. 15-38. ISSN ISSN (Online): 2354 - 3523 ISSN (Print): 2354 - 3582
Edewor, Patrick (2006) Old-Age Security Expectations and Family Size Among The Isoko of Nigeria. Unilag Sociological Review, 7. pp. 81-108.
Edewor, Patrick (2010) Women and the Culture of Violence in Traditional Africa. In: Women and the Culture of Violence in Traditional Africa. Unspecified.
Fasina, Fagbeminiyi (2011) The Role of Parents in Early Childhood Education: A case Study of Ikeja, Lagos State. Global Journal of Human Social Science, 11 (2). pp. 43-51. ISSN 0975-587x
Iheyinwa , Chidinma Salami and Oladosu, Muyiwa (2016) Socio-Demographic Factors, Contraceptive Use and Fertility Preference among Married Women in South- South Region of Nigeria. In: 3rd International Conference On African Development Issues (CU-ICADI), May 9- May 11 2016, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria.
Iheyinwa , Chidinma Salami and Oladosun, Muyiwa (2016) Factors Influencing Women’s Employment Status and Fertility Preferences among Married Women in South-South Region of Nigeria. In: 3rd International Conference On African Development Issues (CU-ICADI), May 9- May 11 2016, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria.
Iruonagbe, C. T. (2010) The Land Question And Agricultural Production Among Women In Ozalla Community, Edo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Arts and Social Sciences, 2.
Iruonagbe, C. T. (2009) Patriarchy and Women's Agricultural Production in Rural Nigeria. Professor Bassey Andah Journal of Cultural Studies, 2. pp. 207-222.
Moses, Chinonye, Love and Efobi, Uchenna and Salako, Imoleayo (2009) Effect of entrepreneurship education on student’s entrepreneurial actions: A study of Covenant University and Babcock University Students, Ogun State. Effect of entrepreneurship education on student’s entrepreneurial actions: A study of Covenant University and Babcock University Students, Ogun State., 2 (2).
Moses, Chinonye, Love and Obigbemi, Imoleayo (2010) Evaluation of the factors that impede women entrepreneurs’ full participation in industrialization in Nigeria. Evaluation of the factors that impede women entrepreneurs’ full participation in industrialization in Nigeria., 1 (1).
Nkiko, Christopher and Iroaganachi, Mercy A. (2015) COMMUNITY-FOCUSED SELECTIVE DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION SERVICES FOR EMPOWERING WOMEN THROUGH INFORMATION PROVISION AND UTILIZATION: CENTER FOR LEARNING RESOUCES AS A CATALYST FOR SOCIAL CHANGE. In: IFLA WLIC 2015, 07-10-2015, Cape Town, South Africa.
ODEWALE, Bose J. and OLADOSUN , Muyiwa and AMOO, Emmanuel O. (2016) Multiple Exposure to Information about Family Planning and Contraceptive Use among Women in Nigeria. In: 3rd International Conference On African Development Issues (CU-ICADI), May 9- May 11 2016, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria.
Odewale, B.J. and OIadosun, M. and Amoo, Emmanuel O. (2016) Fertility Desire and Contraceptive Use among Women in Nigeria. In: 3rd International Conference On African Development Issues (CU-ICADI), May 9- May 11 2016, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria.
Ojeaga, Paul (2013) Do Institutions Reduce Gender Discrimination? Evidence from Labor Market Participation Rate in Some Selected African Countries. MPRA , Paper (55574).
Ojeifo, Rekiayat T. and Amoo, E. O. and Akanbi, M. A. and Ogbeide, Francis (2013) Variations in demographic correlates of contraceptive usage among married women in Nigeria (1999-2008). Scottish Journal of Arts, Social Sciences and Scientific Studies, 13. ISSN 2047-1278
Omonijo, Dare Ojo (2010) A Review of Gender Performance of Graduating Students in a Private Christian Mission University in Nigeria between 2008 and 2010. Nigeria Journal of Gender and Development, 10 (1 and ). pp. 51-65. ISSN 1595-7594
Omoyibo, K. U. and Egharevba, M. E. and Iyanda, O. E. (2010) THE POSITION AND EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN IN RURAL NIGERIA: THE GENDER IMPLICATION. Gender and Behaviour, 8 (2). ISSN 1596-9231
Oni, G.A (1986) The effects of maternal age, education, and parity on birthweight in a Nigerian community: the comparison of results from bivariate and multivariate analyses. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics, 32 (6). pp. 295-300.
Oni, Gbolahan A. (1985) Effects of Women's Education on Postpartum Practices and Fertility in Urban Nigeria. Studies in Family Planning, 6 (6). pp. 321-331.
Oni, Gbolahan A. and McCarthy, James Use of Contraceptives for Birth Spacing in a Nigerian City. Studies in Family Planning.
Oyesomi, Kehinde Opeyemi and Oyero, Olusola (2014) Women’s political invisibility in Nigeria and need for Deliberate media agenda. In: Discourse on Media and Women’s (and Minorities) Participation in Politics and Leadership. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 111-129.