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Religion and Communication: The Old Testament Experience.
The Gender Warfare in the Temple: Cultural and Biblical Perspectives on Ordination of Women in the Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion.
The Religious Roots and Dimensions of Inter-Group Conflicts in Africa: A Case Study of the Nigerian Situations
Commensality, the Kola Nut and the Strangers in an Igbo Community
Agricultural Child Labour in Nigerian a Case
Study of Anambra State
Income Data in Nigeria Population Censuses
A New Approach to Social Research in
Africa: The Exchange Process
Education and the Extended Family
Ideology: The Case of Nigeria
Effects of Nigerian Civil War on Primary
School Enrollment in Former East Central
State a Demographic Analysis
Household Size and Food Production in an
Agrarian Economy: Anambra State of
Income Data in Nigerian Population Censuses
Rural Development in Nigeria: Concepts, Processes, and Prospects
Evacuation as a Child Welfare Intervention
Measure: The Case of the Nigerian Civil-War
This study explores son preference among Nigerian
mothers and its implications not only on desired fertility, but on
other aspects of social life (e.g. socialization, positions bascd on
gender, ctc.). The data for the study comcs from 1981-82
Nigerian Fertility Survey.
The practice of parents (in fact, the society) exprcssing and
showing prefcrence for male over female children has been reported
from virtually all raccs, all culturcs of the world (May, 1961; Goode,
1963; Williamson, 1976; Arnold and Zhcoxiang, 1986). However, its
prevalence and importance have differed greatly over time and space.