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The Nigerian Male: Changing Gender Roles and Relationships
Gender-role specialisation is in the interest of system maintenance. Parents tend to socialize their children to assume the gender-roles so that the smooth running of the family is maintained. However, with urbanization ...
A GIS-Based Procedure for Downscaling Climate Data for West Africa
(Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2008-10)
Local studies aimed at assessing the impact of climate variability on crop yield at the individual farm level require the use of weather and climate data. These are often collected at points known as meteorological stations. ...
Effects of mothers' socio-economic status on the management of febrile conditions in their under five children in a resource limited setting
(BMC International Health and Human Rights, 2006-01-20)
Public health research is shifting focus to the role of socioeconomic indicators in the promotion of health. As such an understanding of the roles that socio-economic factors play in improving health and health-seeking ...
Income inequality, unemployment, and Poverty in Nigeria: a vector autoregressive approach
(Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2004-09)
The main features of poverty are low levels of consumption and income, a fact-of-life in most African countries. This paper analyzes the fundamental trends of per capita income, government capital expenditure, the human ...