Browsing Department of Health Promotion and Development by Subject "Intimate Partner Violence"
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The Impacts of Gender Attitudes and Socio-Economic Determinants on Ideal Fertility: A Study among Young Men in Ghana (The University of Bergen, 2017-06-24)Introduction Fertility is one of most important factors of demographic studies; alarming Total Fertility Rate (TFR) threatens developing indicators in many ways. Gender equality, child and infant mortality, achieving of ...Master thesis
What’s Gendered about Gender-Based Violence? An Empirically Grounded Theoretical Exploration from Tanzania (SAGE, 2014-08)Violence is often considered gendered on the basis that it is violence against women. This assumption is evident both in “gender-based violence” interventions in Africa and in the argument that gender is irrelevant if ...Peer reviewedJournal article