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Journal of Social Development in Africa

The Journal of Social Development in Africa publishes analyses of social development issues as they affect the poor and marginalized. It deals especially with concerns relevant to sub Saharan Africa and is addressed to development and social workers, planners, policymakers and academics in a variety of fields. The Journal seeks to enhance understanding of the social development processes so as to contribute to the planning and implementation of appropriate intervention strategies at different levels. Its goal is to discover how to target projects that are relevant to those most in need and how to maximize popular participation to create egalitarian and productive communities.


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Vol 28, No 1 (2013)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Determinants of age at first marriage in sub-Saharan Africa: A comparative study of Uganda and South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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N Ayiga, V Rampagane 9-36
Developmental local governance and service delivery in South Africa: Progress, achievements and challenges EMAIL FULL TEXT
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BC Chikulo 37-64
Migration into Rustenburg Local Municipality between 1996 and 2001 EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M Kibet 65-80
Determinants of age at first marriage in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia EMAIL FULL TEXT
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E Gurmu, R Mace 81-110
Factors influencing high dropout rates of girl child from education: A case study of black women in North West Province, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M Karabo, A Natal 111-138
Psychological predictors of perceived quality of life among people living with HIV and AIDS in South West Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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PO Olapegba, ES Idemudia 139-160
Street children in Mafikeng, North-West Province: A qualitative study of social experiences EMAIL FULL TEXT
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ES Idemudia, K Kgokong, P Kolobe 161-186
Do religious beliefs influence use of contraception among currently married women in Nigeria? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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GN Osuafor, AJ Mturi 187-212


Journal of Social Development in Africa.   ISSN: 1012-1080