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Gender and Behaviour is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to articles, that reflect psychological and behavioural aspects of gender in general. Gender and Behaviour welcomes scholarly manuscripts from authors all over the world on a wide array of subjects concerning psychological and behavioural aspects of gender in general.

Vol 15, No 2 (2017)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Guest Editor: Reinventing Gender Activism and Scholarship for Social Progress and Economic Development in Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Victor Ojakurotu
Resistance Politics Among The Women Of The Old: Funmilayo Kuti, Muthoni Wa Kirima And Miriam Makeba In Comparative Behavioural Perspectives EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Victor Ojakorotu, Eesuola Olukayode Segun 8512-8524
Political participation of female social workers in South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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B.M.P. Setlalentoa, E.O Segun 8528-8539
Teachers’ challenges in the understanding of creative writing as dictated by policy documents governing the teaching of english EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Rebecca Manning 8541-8548
An analysis of African female migration to South Africa: The case of Mozambican female migrants in Mpumalanga EMAIL FULL TEXT
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E.M. Isike 8550-8565
The representation of patriach perception in selected African literary works EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Theophilus T Mukhuba 8567-8576
Transformative action research for a rural African university EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Thenjiwe Meyiwa 8578-8586
Nigerian women embrace gender equality but dislike the social change that follows EMAIL FULL TEXT
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DR. Chaka Mpho, Dr. Eesuola Olukayode Segun 8588-8597
South African women writings: Tracing the journey of their presence, development, expansion and self-expression as a form of self-empowerment over time EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Theophilus T Mukhuba 8592-8598
The role of the African organic intellectuals in the (re) centering of African cultural values and practices: towards the Sankofa Paradigm EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Dr Pakiso Tondi 8600-8605
A twenty-year review of policy landscape for gender-based violence in South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Thenjiwe Meyiwa, Charmaine Williamson, Thandokazi Maseti, Gladys-Magdeline Ntabanyanecom 8607-8617
Exploring the second language teaching strategies of ndebele english teachers in selected secondary schools in Zimbabwe EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Raphael Nhongo, Madoda Cekiso, Baba Tshotsho, Sindiso Zhou 8619-8629
An examination of emotive style in online begging discourse EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Olusogo Alabi, Baba Tshotsho, Madoda Cekiso, Nhlanhla Landa 8631-8641
Historical lessons for Africa’s gender parity-based sustainable development EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Andani Thakhathi 8643-8653
Views of parents on mother-tongue medium of instruction in early years of school: Evidence from Adentan municipality in the greater Accra of Ghana EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Margaret Ansre, Ernest Klu 8655-8664
Issues of morality and student leadership in South African higher education institutions EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Pakiso Tondi, Nkosazana B Nelani 8666-8676
The relevance of antonio gramsci’s concept of hegemony to apartheid and post-apartheid South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Pravina Pillay 8678-8692
Knowledge, attitudes and practices of health care workers related to treatment and care of transgender patients: A qualitative study in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Zamasomi Luvuno, Busisiwe Ncama, Gugu Mchunu 8694-8706
Changes of school curriculum in South Africa: What is the role of the (English) language teacher? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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E.K. Klu 8708-8714
Factors leading to “blesser-blessee” relationships amongst female students: The case of a rural university in Thulamela municipality, Limpopo province, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Tsoaledi Daniel Thobejane, Tshilidzi Patrecia Mulaudzi, Rally Zitha 8716-8731
The significance of training school principals and educators in managing inclusive education EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Matshidiso Kanjere 8733-8736
The experiences of primary school educators with the national reading strategy(nrs) in Mbabane circuit, Ingwavuma. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Frank Joseph Mensah, Pravina Pillay, Patrick Themba Sibaya 8738-8749
Reading and response as facilitation to the teaching and learning of second/foreign language EMAIL FULL TEXT
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John Wankah Foncha, Thinavhudzulo Mafumo, Jane-Francis A Abongdia 8751-8760
The experiences of female principals on curriculum leadership in rural secondary schools of Limpopo Province, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mahlapahlapana J Themane, Layane T Mabasa, Mmaphaba M Mathedimosa 8762-8767
Learners’ retention: A case of two primary schools in East London EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Nomaroma Kumanda, Jane-Frncis Afungmeyu Abongdia, TN Mafumo 8769-8776
The visibility of language ideologies: The linguistic landscapes of the University of Yaoundé EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Jane-Francic Afungmeyu Abongdia, John Wankah Foncha 8778-8788
Towards overcoming poor readership and building reading culture of in schools EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mzukisi Howard Kepe, John Wankah Foncha, Mamalatswa W Maruma 8790-8797
Error identification and improvement in English first additional language (EFAL): A case study of grade 10 essay writing EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mamalatswa Walburga Maruma 8799-8806
Contesting a linguistic space: A case in the teaching and learning of African languages in private schools EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M.T. Babane, M.W. Maruma 8808-8817
Educators and learner’s perceptions on English first additional language speaker’s use of english as medium of instructio EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Lungiswa Nqoma, Jane-Francis A. Abongdia, John W Foncha 8819-8830
Dictionary use, beliefs and students’ preference: The case of ECS students at the University of Venda, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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LMP Mulaudzi 8832-8836
The perceptions of students on gender equality EMAIL FULL TEXT
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SM Nkosi, LMP Mulaudzi 8838-8843
Gendered experiences of social disengagement among selected professionals in Nigeria and South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Oduaran Akpovire 8845-8857
Experiences of women professionals speaking out against gender marginalization at magistrate offices in Limpopo Province, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Tsoaledi D. Thobejane, Dikeledi Thobejane 8858-8866
Does religion affect sexual behaviour? Focus on first sexual intercourse among youth in North West University South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Acheampong Yaw Amoateng 8868-8883
Intercultural rhetoric analysis of the daily graphic and the New York Times: a micro-genre analysis EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Albert Agbesi Wornyo, Ernest Kwesi Klu 8885-8894
Test-taking strategies for second language: implications for the classroom EMAIL FULL TEXT
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V Bvuma, E.K. Klu, G.S.K. Adika 8896-8902
An analysis of the efficacy of the mechanisms for the protection of minor children against domestic violence in South Africa and Zimbabwe EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Kugara Stewart Lee, Tsetselelani Decide Mdhluli, P Matshidze 8904-8911
A study on gender mainstreaming: the case of a rural university in Limpopo Province, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Lobelo David Mogorosi, Barnabas Chemachwuku Okere 8913-8929
Socio-cultural correlates of changes in the timing of marriage in Ghana: 1988-2014 EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Acheampong Yaw Amoateng 8931-8943
To what extent does time allocated to writing affect the teaching and learning of writing? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Wezi Rebecca Manning 8945-8958
Does gender activism aggravate the superiority of one gender over the other? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ngwako Solomon Modiba 8960-8968
Developmental implications of a region: the case of the Niger Delta EMAIL FULL TEXT
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E.K. Bribena 8970-8979
Civil society and nation building in the Arab spring: a focus on Libya EMAIL FULL TEXT
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E.K. Bribena 8981-8991
Ghetto fabulous’: township space and the representation of post-apartheid black male youth violence in Yizo Yizo 1 EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Sikhumbuzo Mngadi 8993-9005
Human rights violations: probing the cultural practice of ukuthwala in KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Pfarelo Matshidze, Kugara Stewart Lee, Mdhluli Tsetselelani Decide 9007-9015
English language teaching in schools: do teachers offer what the students really need? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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E.K. Klu, T.T. Mukhuba 9017-9020
The relationship between discipline and academic performance: towards building sustainable teaching and learning behaviours in schools EMAIL FULL TEXT
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John W. Foncha, V.M. Ngoqo, T.N. Mafumo, M.W. Maruma 9022-9029
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights in South Africa: a struggle for equality EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Kugara Stewart Lee, V.O. Netshandama, P.E. Matshidze 9031-9035
The quest for gender equality in the bible: indigenous knowledge perspectives on the church’s position towards women and leadership in Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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T.T. Rugwiji, M.A. Masoga 9037-9043
Revisiting the teaching of specific language structures in the nominal group and the verbal group in English in a second language learning environment EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Elijah Mkhatshwa 9045-9053
“It still recognises race” politics of marriage and challenge of social cohesion among South Africa undergraduates EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Busari Dauda Aderemi, Itumeleng Mekoa 9055-9062
Achieving the millenium and sustainable development goals in Africa: what role for female social workers EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Setlalentoa Boitumelo Marilyn, Olaopa Olawale 9064-9075
A push into the fray: the presence of authorial intention in selected poetry written by black South Africans EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Elijah Mkhatshwa 9077-9088
Addressing the challenges of postgraduate supervision to meet the NDP 2030 targets EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mike Megrove Reddy 9090-9098
The effectiveness of perpetrator programmes in promoting positive gender relations and preventing domestic violence: A case study of NICRO’S PIPV programme EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ntandoyenkosi Maphosa, Shahana Rasool 9100-9107
Adolescent reports of experiencing gender based violence: findings from a cross-sectional survey from schools in a South African city EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Shahana Rasool 9109-9121
The influence of gender on performance in mathematics in in the foundation phase: the perceptions of selected teachers in a specific school EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M.A. Gouwe, E.R. Mathipa, Tshilidzi Netshitangani 9122-9132
Women principals’ reflections of curriculum management challenges in rural South African schools EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Soane J. Mohapi, Tshilidzi Netshitangani 9134-9141
School management teams’ perspective of the gendered nature of school violence in South African public schools EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Tshilidzi Netshitangani 9142-9149
The effect of gender on learner achievement in Gauteng and the Western Cape Provinces of South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M.E. Letsoalo, R.S. Maoto, J.K. Masha, M.A. Lesaoana 9151-9161
Women of valour: character exposition of some Zulu royal women EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Maxwell Z. Shamase 9163-9179
Theoretical exposition of feminism amd womanism in African context EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Maxwell Z. Shamase 9181-9193
Gender prejudice in the Victorian Era: an elucidation of Thomas Hardy’s “Tess of the D’Urbervilles” EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Tola Odubajo, Dayo M.A. Odubajo 9195-9204
Language actively reproduces the socio-economic inequalities in society:an exploration of gender power dynamicsin the Gutu District of Zimbabwe EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Christopher Rwodzi 9206-9215
Are we there yet? A literature study of the challenges of women academics in institutions of higher education EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mncedisi C. Maphalala, Nhlanhla Mpofu 9216-9224
Fostering critical thinking in initial teacher education curriculums: a comprehensive literature review EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Nhlanhla Mpofu, Mncedisi C. Maphalala 9226-9236
The way in which schools choose strategies in dealing with safety of learners in schools EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Layane Thomas Mabasa, T.N. Mafumo 9238-9248
Probing virginity testing on girl child: the case of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Tsetselelani Decide Mdhluli, Kugara Stewart Lee, P Matshidze 9250-9259
Advocating the agenda of women in open distance learning: feminist adult learning strategies EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M.M. Dichaba 9260-9267


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