Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa
Conseil pour le développement de la recherche en sciences sociales en Afrique
Conselho para o Desenvolvimento da Pesquisa em Ciências Sociais em África
مجلس تنمية البحوث الإجتماعية في أفريقيا
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⋄ Chapter 13 : Gender-Based Associations and Female Farmers Participation in Science and Technology Projects in Anambra State of Nigeria
⋄ Chapter 12 : Assessing the Impact of Coffee Production on Abagusii Women of Western Kenya: A Historical Analysis (1900–1963)
⋄ Chapter 11 : Busy Career and Intimate Life: A Biography of Nahid Toubia, First Woman Surgeon in Sudan
⋄ Chapter 10 : Repositioning Computer Studies: Cultural Context and Gendered Subject Choices in Kenya
⋄ Chapter 9 : Gendered Views on Science and Technology Notions in Performing Arts: Characterisation and Casting in Kenya Schools Drama Festival Items
⋄ Chapter 8 : Looking Beyond Access: A Case Study of Girls’ Science and Technology Education in Murang’a District, Kenya
⋄ Chapter 7 : Early Scientists Were Men; So Are Today’s: Perceptions of Science and Technology Among Secondary School Students in Kenya
⋄ Chapter 6 : Towards Gender Sensitive Counseling in Science and Technology
⋄ Chapter 5 : Girls Opting for Science Streams in Benin: Self-Renunciation or Discrimination in the Educational System?
⋄ Chapter 4 : Educational Policies and the Under-Representation of Women in Scientific and Technical Disciplines in Niger
⋄ Chapter 3 : Binary Synthesis, Epistemic Naturalism and Subjectivities: Perspectives for Understanding Gender, Science and Technology in Africa
⋄ Chapter 2 : National Policy on Science and Technology: An Integral Component of Development Strategy for African Countries
⋄ Chapter 1 : Discourse and Practice of Science: Implication for Women in Africa
⋄ Introduction
⋄ Prelim


Gender, Science and Technology : Perspectives from Africa

Catherine Wawasi Kitetu. Gender, Science and Technology : Perspectives from Africa, Dakar, CODESRIA Gender Series Volume 6, 2008, 177 p., ISBN : 2-86978-221-1

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Prelim
Introduction
Catherine Wawasi Kitetu (1-8)

PART I: Science and Technology in Society : Discourse, Perspectives, Practices and Policy

Chapter 1 : Discourse and Practice of Science: Implication for Women in Africa
Catherine W. Kitetu (11-20)
Chapter 2 : National Policy on Science and Technology: An Integral Component of Development Strategy for African Countries
John W. Forje (21-29)
Chapter 3 : Binary Synthesis, Epistemic Naturalism and Subjectivities: Perspectives for Understanding Gender, Science and Technology in Africa
Damian U. Opata (30-48)

PART II: Science and Technology in Education

Chapter 4 : Educational Policies and the Under-Representation of Women in Scientific and Technical Disciplines in Niger
Elisabeth Sherif (49-65)
Chapter 5 : Girls Opting for Science Streams in Benin: Self-Renunciation or Discrimination in the Educational System?
Ghislaine Agonhessou Yaya (66-79)
Chapter 6 : Towards Gender Sensitive Counseling in Science and Technology
Olubukola Olakunbi Ojo (80-87)
Chapter 7 : Early Scientists Were Men; So Are Today’s: Perceptions of Science and Technology Among Secondary School Students in Kenya
Kenneth O. Nyangena (88-96)
Chapter 8 : Looking Beyond Access: A Case Study of Girls’ Science and Technology Education in Murang’a District, Kenya
Mweru Mwingi (97-113)
Chapter 9 : Gendered Views on Science and Technology Notions in Performing Arts: Characterisation and Casting in Kenya Schools Drama Festival Items
Lydia Ayako Mareri (114-127)
Chapter 10 : Repositioning Computer Studies: Cultural Context and Gendered Subject Choices in Kenya
Fibian Kavulani Lukalo (128-146)

PART III: Science and Technology : The Case of One Woman, Many Women

Chapter 11 : Busy Career and Intimate Life: A Biography of Nahid Toubia, First Woman Surgeon in Sudan
Jackline K. Moriasi (147-155)
Chapter 12 : Assessing the Impact of Coffee Production on Abagusii Women of Western Kenya: A Historical Analysis (1900–1963)
Samson Omwoyo (156-167)
Chapter 13 : Gender-Based Associations and Female Farmers Participation in Science and Technology Projects in Anambra State of Nigeria
Anthonia I. Achike (168-178)
June 30 2008



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