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Graduate School of Media and Communications


The African Women Studies Centre is a training, research, evidence-based policy, advocacy and lobbying institution of the University of Nairobi. The Centre is committed to promoting African Women’s experiences and worldview in scholarship, policy and institutional development. Among the Centre’s publications are - The Beginnings; Rebuilding the Broken African Pot; Gender and Policy Analysis Tools; Making Women’s Perspectives Count in Policy Development and Implementation; and Status Report on the Kenya National Food Security. In the spirit of the multi-disciplinary nature of the AWSC, Pathways to African Feminism and Development promotes African women’s studies in all aspects of scholarship and development. In this issue: Technology and Changing Gender Roles Mary Lou Williams Examined in the Context of Race and Gender The Implications of Religion and Culture on Gender Equality Parents’ Social and Financial Status as Determinants of Child Gender Preferences Persistent Gender Inequity in Academic Employment at Makerere University An Expansive Realization Perspective.

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Journal of the African women studies centre University of Nairobi-Kenya

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