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Olabisi Aina
Olabisi Aina
PROFESSOR OF SOCIOLOGY, OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY, ILE - IFE, NIGERIA
E-mail megerősítve itt: oauife.edu.ng
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Hivatkozott rá
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Women, Culture and Society
OI Aina
Nigerian women in society and development. Ibadan: Dokun Publishing House, 71-84, 1998
2121998
Alternative modes of financing higher education in Nigeria and the implications for university governance
OI Aina
Africa Development/Afrique et Développement, 236-262, 2002
1492002
The influence of socioeconomic and nutritional status on menarche in Nigerian school girls
EA Abioye-Kuteyi, EO Ojofeitimi, OI Aina, F Kio, Y Aluko, O Mosuro
Nutrition and Health 11 (3), 185-195, 1997
1281997
A African Women at the Grassroots
O Aina
Sisterhood, Feminisms, and Power: From Africa to the Diaspora, 65, 1998
123*1998
MEN'S ROLE IN EMERGENCY OBSTETRIC CARE IN OSUN STATE OF NIGERIA
C ODIMEGWU, A ADEWUYI, T ODEBIYI, B AINA, Y ADESINA, ...
AFRICAN JOURNAL OF REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH 9, 59-71, 2005
1192005
Alternative Modes of Financing Higher Education in Nigeria and the Implications for University Governance
AI Odebiyi, OI Aina
Council for the Development of Social Science research in Africa (CODESRIA), 2002
822002
Two halves make a whole: Gender at the crossroads of the Nigerian development agenda
OI Aina
Obafemi Awolowo University Press Limited, 2012
732012
Acceptability, feasibility and affordability of infant feeding options for HIV‐infected women: a qualitative study in south‐west Nigeria
TC Abiona, AA Onayade, KT Ijadunola, PO Obiajunwa, OI Aina, LN Thairu
Maternal & child nutrition 2 (3), 135-144, 2006
672006
Contraceptive practice, unwanted pregnancies and induced abortion in Southwest Nigeria
AK Omideyi, AI Akinyemi, OI Aina, AB Adeyemi, OA Fadeyibi, ...
Global public health 6 (sup1), S52-S72, 2011
582011
Community and systemic factors affecting the uptake of immunisation in Nigeria: A qualitative study in five states
S Babalola, O Aina
National Report, Abuja: PATHS, 2004
452004
Mobilizing Nigerian women for national development: The role of the female elites
OI Aina
African Economic History, 1-20, 1993
341993
Institutionalization of gender mainstreaming in Nigeria's tertiary
OI Aina, I Ogunlade, OO Ilesanmi
European Scientific Journal, 2015
332015
Nigerian women in social change
S Afonja, OI Aina
311995
Domestic energy crisis in Nigeria: impact on women and family welfare
OI Aina, AI Odebiyi
African Economic History, 1-14, 1998
201998
Influence of women’s empowerment indices on the utilization of skilled maternity care: evidence from rural Nigeria
LFC Ntoimo, FE Okonofua, J Aikpitanyi, S Yaya, E Johnson, I Sombie, ...
Journal of Biosocial Science 54 (1), 77-93, 2022
192022
Feeding and care of low‐birthweight babies in two rural communities in south‐western Nigeria
EA Adejuyigbe, AI Odebiyi, O Aina, S Bamiwuye
Maternal & Child Nutrition 4 (1), 55-64, 2008
192008
Gender equality, governance and women empowerment agenda in a democratizing society: Issues, prospects, and challenges
OI Aina, K Olayode
The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology Vol 9, 22, 2012
182012
Small enterprises owned by women in Nigeria, policy and practices in Africa
OI Aina
IDRC Publications 29, 1-90, 2003
182003
Nigeria: illbeing and insecurity
F Okunmadewa, O Aina, GB Ayoola, A Mamman, N Nweze, T Odebiyi, ...
Voice of the Poor From Many Lands, 99-100, 2002
182002
Gender in Nigeria’s development discourse: relevance of gender statistics
E Omoluabi, OI Aina, MO Attanasso
African Population Studies 27 (2), 372-385, 2014
162014
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