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Gender Paradigm Shift within the Family Structure in Kiambu, Kenya
(African Journal of Social Sciences, 2011)
The African family is organized along gender relations that stem from patriarchy. Patriarchy manifests itself in socio-economic and cultural structures that present diverse gender conflicts. Cultural gender norms affect ...
Gender Factors in Implementation of Life Skills Education in Secondary Schools in Nairobi, Kenya
This study explored the gender factors facing implementation of Life Skills Education in Secondary Schools in Nairobi East District, Nairobi County, Kenya. Data was analysed in the light of Bandura’s (1977) social learning ...
The impact of gender on orphans’ self-esteem and academic performance among secondary school students in Kirinyaga and Nyeri Counties of Kenya
(International Research Journals, 2014)
Gender as constructed by culture in our African context, has the potential of influencing the level of self- esteem of a child, and particularly a girl-child or a school girl for that matter. In turn, this will (negatively) ...
Gender and area of specialization vis-à-vis students’ enrolments in undergraduate degree programmes by platform in Public Universities in Kenya
(African Journals Online, 2015)
The essence of this paper was to determine the extent to which gender and area of specialization are related with students’ enrolment in undergraduate degree programmes by platform in Public Universities in Kenya. The ...