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Dr. Sibusiso Mkwananzi
Dr. Sibusiso Mkwananzi
Demographer and Senior Researcher, Institute of Gender Studies, UNISA
E-mail megerősítve itt: unisa.ac.za - Kezdőlap
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Factors associated with teen pregnancy in sub-Saharan Africa: a multi-country cross-sectional study
C Odimegwu, S Mkwananzi
African Journal of Reproductive Health 20 (3), 94-107, 2016
1382016
Teenage pregnancy in South Africa: Setting a new research agenda
S Mkwananzi
South African Review of Sociology 48 (1), 42-66, 2017
212017
School dropout among African adolescents in South Africa: Is there any gender differential
S Mkwananzi, N De Wet
Gender & Behaviour 12 (4), 1-23, 2014
162014
Teen pregnancy in sub-Saharan Africa: The application of social disorganisation Theory
S Mkwananzi, C Odimegwu
Population Association of America 2015 Annual Meeting-April, 2015
152015
Family structure and community connectedness: Their association with teenage pregnancy in South Africa
C Odimegwu, S Mkwananzi
Journal of Psychology in Africa 28 (6), 479-484, 2018
142018
Association between type of birth attendants and neonatal mortality: Evidence from a national survey
OJ Baruwa, AY Amoateng, S Mkwananzi
African Health Sciences 21 (4), 1870-6, 2021
82021
Teenage pregnancy among unmarried teenagers in Malawi: Does sex of the household head matter?
OJ Baruwa, S Mkwananzi, AY Amoateng, N Naidoo
African Journal of Reproductive Health 24 (4), 51-57, 2020
82020
Teenage mothers and fathers: A demographic perspective
S Mkwananzi, N Mkhwanazi, D Bhana
Young families: gender, sexuality and care, 31-48, 2017
82017
Inter-provincial migration effect on youth risk behaviors in South Africa: A multilevel analysis of contextual-and individual-level factors
CK Ajaero, CO Odimegwu, S Mkwananzi, O Banjo
Cogent Social Sciences 4 (1), 1560860, 2018
72018
Gender differentials of contraceptive knowledge and use among youth–evidence from demographic and health survey data in selected African countries
S Mkwananzi
Frontiers in Global Women's Health 3, 880056, 2022
42022
The role of family dynamics in teenage pregnancy and childbearing in Sub-Saharan Africa
S Mkwananzi
Family demography and post-2015 development agenda in Africa, 355-377, 2020
42020
Poverty-An explanation for teenage pregnancy in South Africa
S Mkwananzi
Population Association of America (PAA) Conference, 2016
42016
Contextualizing the Many Faces of Domestic Violence: A Focus on the Global South
M NDUNA, NN WEKWETE, S MKWANANZI, M MAKONGOZA
The Cambridge Handbook of the International Psychology of Women, 355 - 371, 2020
32020
The association between household and community single motherhood and adolescent pregnancy in South Africa
S Mkwananzi
Studies in the Sociology of Population: International Perspectives, 319-342, 2019
32019
The socio-structural analysis of teenage pregnancy in South Africa
S Mkwananzi
32017
It takes two to tango!: The relevance and dilemma of involving men in the realization of sexual and reproductive health and rights in Africa
S Mkwananzi
Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Africa, 84-98, 2021
22021
Socio-Cultural Predictors of Teenage Pregnancy in South Africa: A Cross-Sectional Study that Compares Rural and Urban Areas
S Mkwananzi, RS Lebelo, A Mashinini, A Ngake, MS Paledi, LS Thwala
Gender and Behaviour 20 (4), 20525-20541, 2022
12022
Service Delivery Inequalities as a Predictor of Adolescent Pregnancy in South Africa
S Mkwananzi, C Odimegwu
IUSSP's International Population Conference (IPC), 2017
1*2017
A multi-country analysis of fatherhood onset and father-child coresidency in Southern Africa.
R Petlele, S Mkwananzi, M Phiri
African Journal of Reproductive Health 27 (10), 2023
2023
Provincial differentials of the effect of internal migration on teenage fertility in South Africa
SS Mkwananzi
African Journal of Reproductive Health 26 (11), 119-128, 2022
2022
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