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"Abortion? That's for women!" Narratives and experiences of commercial motorbike riders in South-Western Uganda.
(Women's Health and Action Research Center, 2005)
Although constitutionally illegal, induced abortion is a vital reproductive health option in Uganda. This paper analyses men's narratives about meanings of, and experiences with, abortion. Men play significant roles in ...
Traditional birth attendants in rural Gambia: Beyond health to social cohesion.
(Women's Health and Action Research Center, 2007)
Studies of traditional birth attendants over-emphasise the health dimension. Based on ethnographic fieldwork (utilising participant observation, individual interviews, group discussions, participatory rapid appraisal, and ...
Ethnography and PRA among Gambian traditional birth attendants: A methods discussion.
(Sage Publications, 2007)
Ethnographers are often sceptical of employing Participatory Rapid Appraisal (PRA) tools in their research, calling them `a quick and dirty' approach. However, ethnography has limitations as a research method. We therefore ...
Socializing influences and the value of sex: The experience of adolescent school girls in rural Masaka, Uganda.
(Taylor and Francis, 2001)
In order to explore the socializing influences which have shaped rural adolescent schoolgirls' views and values about sex in a high HIV prevalence area of Uganda, detailed qualitative data was obtained over a one year ...