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A Critical Re-Engagement With Stultifying Gender Binaries in HIV and AIDS Related Shona Novelistic Discourses.
The paper is an exposition and a critique of selected novelistic voices in Shona whose subject matter also includes HIV/AIDS. Yet, the informing philosophy on Aids in the novels is gender difference as the modus operandi ...
Equal Opportunities in Educational Management in Institutions of Higher Learning: An Agenda for Gender
(University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2003)
The article discusses the issue of gender disparities within education which have been long standing in many parts of the world. The discussion centres on the need for educational management boards to balance the selection ...
Gender Issues in Selected Shona Female-Authored Novels
(College Press, 2006)
Participation of women in management in the hospitality and financial services sectors in Zimbabwe: Strategies for meeting leadership and gender challenges
The thesis highlights the global and local under-representation of women in positions of leadership. The research provides insights into the barriers that women managers in the hospitality and financial services sectors ...
Tsitsi Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions: An Attempt in the Feminist Tradition
(University of Zimbabwe Publications, 1994)
This article discusses Tsitsi Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions as an attempt in the feminist tradition. It begins by examining the meanings of the words 'gender" 'female', 'feminist' and 'feminine' and then goes on to ...
“BANGAIZA NA MZUNGU”: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF LAWS AND POLICIES AND THEIR EFFECTIVENESS IN THE PREVENTION, SUPPRESSION AND PUNISHMENT OF SEX TOURISM INVOLVING THE YOUTH IN MOMBASA, KENYA
Kenya. It deals with all aspects of the industry from various perspectives using modern research methods and techniques (especially the Women’s Law, Grounded Theory and Human Rights based Approaches) to enhance the ...
Street Remarks, Address Rights and the Urban Female: Socio-linguistics Politics of Gender in Harare
(University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2000)
This article explores and describes the socio-linguistics and cultural features of street remarks that take place between unaquainted people in the streets of Harare. Concern here is the male-to-female remarks. It seems ...
Burial societies after the multi-currency regime: a case study of work-based burial societies at Mazowe mine
The study examines emergent changes on the activities of burial societies during the transitional period from the 2006-2008 Zimbabwe dollar to the present multiple currency regime. Burial societies are mutual arrangement ...
‘A Crisis of Expectation?’ Narratives on the Impact of Migration on Gender and Family in Zimbabwe, 2000-2011
(University of Zimbabwe, 2013)
The article employs the narratives of those left behind to explore the impact of migration on the Zimbabwean family institution and its gender terrain in the post- 2000 period. It uses narratives collected from various ...
“Think Manager, Think Male”: Does It Apply to Zimbabwe ?
(University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2002)
Over the last two decades in which empirical studies on gender and leadership styles have been undertaken, the findings have consistently confirmed that people’s perceptions have not changed from using leadership traits, ...