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Conceptualising Afrocentric-feminism and social constructivism through Alma Ata Declaration (primary health care, PHC) in rural Nigeria
(IFE Centre for Psychological Studies (ICPS), 2016)
Christian and Islamic scriptures reduced women to a second class in any society. They are subjected to helper and relegated to house chores. In some societies, roles of ritual-making and administration are accorded them, ...
Patriarchy, religion and women's political participation in Kwara State, Nigeria
(IFE Centre for Psychological Studies (ICPS), 2017)
This study examines the relationship between patriarchy and religion and how they impact on women's political participation in Kwara State. The Gender and Development (GAD) approach is employed to examine the impact of ...
The challenges of democratisation in Africa: evidence and the way forward for Nigeria
(Biga Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences: Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, 2017)
Democracy is perhaps the most popular political norm in modern discourse. For most sovereign states in Africa however, democratisation and its challenges have for long remained daunting. Even though described as 'false ...
The psychological trauma inflicted by Boko Haram insurgancy in the North Eastern Nigeria
Divergent views emerge on the rationale behind Boko Haram Islamic insurgency in Nigeria. Some see it as an attempt to Islamise the secular Nigerian state, while some believe it to be an attempt to change the status quo in ...