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Child's gender preference: What is the regional situation among women in Nigeria?
Child Gender Preference (CGP) is a socio-cultural phenomenon in Africa. It has implication on family building process by increasing fertility through short birth intervals, thus putting maternal and child health at risk. ...
Childbearing dynamics among married women of reproductive age in Nigeria: Re–affirming the role of education
Nigeria ranks among the high-fertility countries in sub-Saharan Africa. Studies that examine relationship between fertility dynamics and education are important to improving maternal and child health. This study uses 2008 ...
Boko Haram terrorism in Nigeria : a reflection on the failure of democratic containment
(UNISA Press, 2014)
Democracy is a system of government greatly supported by the vast majority of Nigerians and they are willing to sustain it. It is believed that the system guarantees security and promotes prosperity. It is considered a ...