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Socio-cultural constructions of gender roles and psychological wellbeing in farm-families of Ogun-state, Nigeria : exploring the complexities.
The study set out to explore the complexities of the socio-cultural constructions of gender roles and psychological wellbeing in farm-families of Ogun state Nigeria. The intention of the study was to gain insight and ...
Impoliteness in context: impoliteness, gender and construction of identities at a South African university.
This thesis explores gender and impoliteness in the multilingual and multicultural context of the University of Natal, South Africa. My study uses respondents' perceptions of impoliteness to investigate how male and female ...
One man one megawatt : one woman one candle : women, gender and energy in South Africa, with a focus on research.
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Bahlabelelelani : why do they sing? : gender and power in contemporary women's songs.
Certain cultural practices present unspoken questions to women. While women may not be free to state these concerns upfront I argue that they have always had some means of expressing themselves in creative ways about ...
From indentureship to transnationalism : professional Indian women in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.
The study details the transnational migrations of a sample of professional Indian women from Durban, KwaZulu Natal within the context of their historical transition from indentureship to transnationalism, and their changing ...
Moffies, stabanis and lesbos : the political construction of queer identities in southern Africa.
This dissertation focuses on discursive constructions of sexuality (in particular homosexuality). This study is not a social history, nor does it explain and motivate the existence of homosexuality. Rather, the project ...