Literature Database on Gender in Subsahara Africa

Literature regarding Ethiopia

agriculture ecology rural development climate changearts and cultureeconomy - formal and informal employment
economy - Householdseconomy - markets and traderseconomy - pastoralism
education schooling and tertiary educationhealth - fgc fgmhealth - HIV AIDS and gender
health - reproduction and fertilityhealth history colonialism and pre-colonial history
Literature media politics - wars violent conflicts
politics Religion - Christianity Religion - Islam
Religion - traditional rituals and spirit mediumshipRights - human rights violations gender based violence Rights - Women Human Rights and legal system
society - families marriagessociety - homosexuality / sexual minorities society - masculinities
society - migration and urbanisationsociety - women's organisations

agriculture ecology rural development climate change

Belay, Membrahtom / Deressa, Wakgari (2008): Use of insecticide treated nets by pregnant women and associated factors in a predominantly rural population in Northern Ethiopia, in: Tropical Medicine and International Health, vol. 13, no. 10, pp.1303-1313.[310]

Berhane, Betemariam / White, Michael (2000): War, famine, and female migration in Ethiopia, 1960-1989, in: Economic Development and Cultural Change, vol. 49, pp.91-113.[311]

Berhane, Yemane / Gossaye, Y. / Emmelin, M. / Hogberg, U. (2001): Women's health in a rural setting in societal transition in Ethiopia, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 53, pp.1525-1539.[313]

Berhane-Selassi, Tsehai (1997): Ethiopian rural women and the state, in: Mikell, Gwendolyn (ed.): African feminism, The politics of survival in Sub-Saharan Africa, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, pp.183-205.[312]

Buchy, Marlene / Basaznew, Felekech (2005): Gender blind organizations deliver gender-biased services, The case of Asawa Bureau of Agriculture in Ethiopia, in: Gender, Technology and Development, vol. 9, no. 2, pp.235-251.[314]

Chesoni, Atango / Githaiga, Grace (2003): Enhancing Ethiopian women’s access and control over land, The second workshop, in: Wanyeki, Muthoni (ed.): Women and land in Africa, Culture, religion and realizing women’s rights, Zed Books, London, pp.340-374.[315]

Dankelman, Irene / Davison, Joan (1990): Gartenbau in der Golgotta Siedlung, Äthiopien, in: Dankelman, Irene / Davison, Joan: Frauen und Umwelt in den südlichen Kontinenten, Peter Hammer Verlag, Wuppertal, pp.47-48.[316]

Dicks, Barbara (1995): Socio-cultural aspects of Ethiopian women’s contributions to agriculture, in: James, Valentine Udoh (ed.): Women and sustainable development in Africa, Praeger Publishers, pp.85-100.[317]

Donham, Donald (1983): Elders, juniors and women in Malle, Southwest Ethiopia, in: Ethiopian Journal of Development Research, vol. 5-7, pp.13-22.[318]

Dougherty, Michael (2002): Gender scripts and declining soil fertility in Southern Ethiopia, in: African Studies Review, vol. 6, no. 1-2, pp.1-34.[319]

Eshetu, Melaku (1996): The level of maternal mortality in Mafud District of Northern Shewa, Central Ethiopia, in: Ethiopian Journal of Development Research,vol. 18, pp. 79-93.[320]

Fafchamps, Marcel / Quisumbing, Agnes Mary R. (2005): Marriage, bequest, and assortative matching in rural Ethiopia, in: Economic Development and Cultural Change, vol. 53, no. 2, pp.347-380.[321]

Flintan, Fiona (2010): Securing benefits for pastoral women from land tenure reform in Ethiopia, in: Journal of Eastern African Studies, vol. 4, no. 1, pp.153-178.[322]

Gaesing, Karin (2004): Sir’ate Tsota heißt Gender, Gender, Entwicklung und Kultur in Äthiopien, in: Entwicklungsethnologie, vol. 13, 1-2, pp.123-137.[323]

Hogan, Dennis / Berhanu, Betemariam / Hailemariam, Assefa (1999): Household organisation, women’ autonomy and contraception behaviour in Southern Ethiopia, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 30, no. 4, pp.302-314.[324]

Holden, S. / Deininger, Klaus / Ghebru, Hosaena (2011): Tenure security, gender, low-cost land certification and land rental market participation in Ethiopia, in: Journal of Development Studies, vol. 47, no. 1, pp.31-47.[326]

Holden, S. / Tefera, Tewodros (2008): From being property to men to becoming equal owners? Early impacts of land registration and certification on women in Southern Ethiopia, Research Paper, Helsinki/Addis Abeba.[325]

Kaba, Mirgissa (2004): Fertility regulation among women in rural communities around Jimma, Western Ethiopia, in: Ethiopian Journal of Health and Development, vol. 14, no. 2, pp.17-22.[327]

Kagoiya, Rachel / Chesoni, Atsango / Wanyeki, Muthoni (2003): Women’s access to and control over land in Ethiopia, The first workshop, in: Wanyeki, Muthoni (ed.): Women and land in Africa, Culture, religion and realizing women’s rights, Zed Books, London, pp.319-339.[328]

Knoll, Karin (2006): Äthiopien, Gender und Landrechte, Gender Box, Wiener Institut für Entwicklungsfragen und Zusammenarbeit, VIDC, Wien.[329]

Mamo, Tekaling / Ayele, Gezahegn (2003): Poverty, land resource management and gender participation in Libokemkem District of Northern Ethiopia, in: Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development in the Tropics and Subtropics, vol. 104, no. 1, pp.51-64.[330]

Mariam, Dagmawi (1983): Education and training for women in rural Ethiopia, FAO: National workshop: Women in agricultural development, Working Paper, Rome.[332]

Massow, von Fra (2002): ‘We are forgotten on earth’, International development targets, poverty, and gender in Ethiopia, in: Sweetman, Caroline (ed.): Gender in the 21th century, Oxfam Publications, Oxford, pp.45-54. [331]

Narrowe, Judith (1989): ”All you have to do is teach me”, Reflections on women, education, and training in the Dodota Water Supply Project in Arssi, Ethiopia, Development Studies Unit, Working Paper No. 13, University of Stockholm, Stockholm.[333]

Olmstead, Judith (1975): Farmers wife, weavers wife, Women and work in two Southern Ethiopian communities, in: African Studies Review, vol. 18, no. 3, pp.85-97.[334]

Olmstead, Judith (1997): Women between two worlds, Portrait of a Ethiopian rural women leader, Routlege Publications, New York.[335]

Pankhurst, Helen (1992): Household economy, Beyond the plough and ox, in: Pankhurst, Helen: Gender, development and identity, An Ethiopian case study, Zed Books, London, pp.75-109.[336]

Poluha, Eva (1988): The producer’s cooperative as an option for women – A case study from Ethiopia, in: Hedlund, Hans (ed.): Cooperatives revisited, Scandinavian University Press, Uppsala, pp.139-152.[337]

Poluha, Eva (eds. (2009): The world of girls and boys in rural Ethiopia, Forum for Social Studies, Addis Abeba.[338]

Quisumbing, Agnes Maria R. (2003): Food aid and child nutrition in rural Ethiopia, in: World Development, vol. 31, no. 7, pp.1309-1324.[339]

Quisumbing, Agnes Maria R. / Maluccio, John (2000): Intrahousehold allocation and gender relations, International Food Policy Research Programme, Discussion Paper no. 84, Washington D.C. [340]

Quisumbing, Agnes Maria R. / Yisehac, Y. (2004): How fair is workfare? Gender, public works, and employment in rural Ethiopia, International Food Policy Research Programme, Working Paper no. 3492, Washington D.C. [341]

Selassie, Alasebu Gebra (1983): Women on settlement sites, FAO: National workshop: Women in agricultural development, Working Paper, Rome.[342]

Selassie, Alasebu Gebra (1991): An experience in the improvements of employment conditions of rural women in Ethiopia, the case of Golgotta settlement horticultural initiative and DANA I settlement goat raising project for women, in: ILO (ed.): Rural Development and women, Lessons from the field, ILO Publications, Geneva, pp.7-20.[343]

Tadesse, Zenabaworke (1982): The impact of land reform on women: The case of Ethiopia, in: Beneria, L. (ed.): Women and development, Praeger Publishers, Lanham, pp.203-222.[344]

Tadesse, Zenabaworke (2003): Women and land rights in the Third World, The case of Ethiopia, in: Wanyeki, Muthoni (ed.): Women and land rights in Africa, Culture, religion and realizing women’s rights, Zed Books, London, pp.67-95.[345]

Teklu, Askale (2005): Land registration an women’s land rights in Amhara region, Ethiopia, SOS Sahel, Research Report 4, Addis Abeba.[346]

Tiruneh, Addis / Tesfaye, Teklu / Verkuijl, Hugo / Mwangi, Wilfred (2000): Gender differences in agricultural productivity among smallhodes in Ada, Lume, Gimbichu Weredas of the Central Highlands of Ethiopia, in: Ethiopian Journal of Development Research, vol. 22, pp.1-24.[347]

Torkelsson, Asa / Tassew, Bekele (2008): Quantifying women’s and men’s rural resource portfolios, Empirical evidence from Western Shoa in Ethiopia, in: European Journal of Development Research, vol. 20, pp.462-481.[348]

Uraguchi, Zenebe Bashaw (2010): Food price hikes, food security, and gender equality: assessing the roles and vulnerability of women in households of Bangladesh and Ethiopia, in: Gender and Development, vol. 18, no. 3, pp.49-501.[349]

World Bank / International Food Policy Research Institute (2010): Gender and governance in rural services, Insights from India, Ghana and Ethiopia, Wold Bank / IFPRI, Washington D.C.[350]

Wubneh, Haile (1983): Health and nutritional aspects of women in agricultural development, National workshop: Women in agricultural development, Working Paper, FAO, Rome.[351]

Zeleke, Meron (2010): The mother and the bread winner, The socio-economic role and status of Gumez women, Lit-Verlag, Münster.[352]

Zwede, Bahru (ed. (2003): Land, gender and the periphery, Themes in the history of Eastern and Southern Africa, OSSREA Publications, Addis Ababa.[353]

arts and culture

Bassi, Marco (1999): Every woman an artist: The milk containers of Elema Boru, in: Silverman, Raymond A. (ed.): Ethiopia: Traditions of creativity, Michigan State University Museum/University of Washington Press, Seattle, pp. 64-87.[1452]

Biasio, Elizabeth (1994): The burden of women: Women artists in Ethiopia, in: Marcus, Harold G. (ed.): New trends in Ethiopian Studies: Papers from the 12th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies, Red Sea Press. Trenton, pp. 304-334.[1453]

Kassam, Aneesa / Megersa, Gemetchu (1989): Iron and beads: Male and female symbols of creation, A study of ornament among Booran Oromo, in: Hodder, Ian (ed.): The meaning of things: Material culture and symbolic expression, Unwin Hyman, London. [1454]

Kimberlin, Cynthia T. (2000): Women, music, and `Chains of the Mind': Eritrea and the Tigray region of Ethiopia, 1972-93, in: Moisala, Pirkko / Diamond, Beverley (eds.): Music and gender, University of Illinois Press, Urbana.[1455]

economy - formal and informal employment

Bjeren, Gunilla (1985): Migration to Shashemene, Ethnicity, gender and occupation in urban Ethiopia, Publications of the Institute of African Studies, Uppsala.[1647]

Haile, Fekerte (1989): Women fuelwood carriers and the supply of household energy in Addis Ababa, in: Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol. 23, pp. 442-451.[1648]

Iyenda, G. / Simon, D. (2007): Gender relations, bread winning and family life in Kinshasa, in: Murray, Martin / Myers, Garth Andrew (eds.): Cities in contemporary Africa, Palgrave, London.[1649]

Tekola, Bethlehem (2005): Poverty and the social context of sex work in Addis Abeba, Forum for Social Studies, Monograph Series, 2, Addis Abeba.[1650]

Van Kersteren, Jose (1988): Female workers in Addis Ababa, Social Science Research Review, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 17-32.[1651]

economy - Households

Fafchamps, Marcel / Quisumbing, Agnes (2002): Control over ownership and assets within rural Ethiopian households, in: Journal of Development Studies, vol. 38, no. 6, pp. 47-82.[1930]

Haile, Fekerte (1989): Women fuelwood carriers and the supply of household energy in Addis Ababa, in: Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol. 23, pp. 442-451.[1931]

Hogan, Dennis et al. (1999): Household organisation, women’ autonomy and contraception behaviour in Southern Ethiopia, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 30, no. 4, pp. 302-314.[1932]

Quisumbing, Maria A.R. / Maluccio, John (1999): Intrahousehold allocation and gender relations: New empirical evidence, Working Paper Series 2, Policy Research Report on Gender and Development, Development Research Group, World Bank, Washington D.C.[1933]

Rose, Pauline / Al-Samarrai, Samer (1997): Household constraints on schooling by gender, Empirical evidence from Ethiopia, IDS Research report, No. 49, Brighton. (and published in: Comparative Education Review. Volume 45, no. 1, 2001, pp. 36-63).[1934]

economy - markets and traders

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economy - pastoralism

Coppock, D.L. (1991): Haymaking by pastroal women for improved calf management in Ethiopia, Labour requirements, opportunity costs and feasibility of intervention, in: Journal of Farming System Research and Extension, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 51-68.[2323]

Flintan, Fiona (2006): Combating marginalisation of pastoral women, SOS Sahel’s experience in Ethiopia, in: Gender and Development, vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 223-233.[2324]

Flintan, Fiona (2010): Securing benefits for pastoral women from land tenure reform in Ethiopia, in: Journal of Eastern African Studies, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 153-178.[2325]

Gebre-Mariam, A. (1987): Labour input and time allocation among the Afar, Ethiopia, in: Nomadic People, vol. 23, pp. 37-56.[2326]

education schooling and tertiary education

Abera, Tsinge Gebremeskel (1999): The relationship of teachers and female students, The case of Misrak Goh elementary and junior high school in Addis Ababa, in: Hess, Jürgen (ed.): Education and social change, Empirical studies for the improvement of education in East Africa, DSE Publications, Bonn, pp. 93-108.[2598]

Abraha, S. / Beyene, A. / Dubale, T. / Fuller, B. et al. (1991): What factors shape girls’ school performance, Evidence from Ethiopia, in: International Journal of Educational Development, vol. 11, pp. 107-118.[2599]

Al-Samarrai, Samer / Rose, Pauline (2001): Household constraints on schooling by gender, Empirical evidence from Ethiopia, in: Comparartive Education Review, vol. 45, no. 1, pp. 36-63.[2600]

Alene, Getu D. / Wheeler, J.G. (2004): Adolescent reproductive health and awareness of HIV among rural high school students, North Western Ethiopia, in: AIDS Care, vol. 16, pp. 57-68.[2601]

Amanuel, G. / Mulugeta, G. (1999): Gender equity in education in Ethiopia: Hurdles, initiatives and prospects, in: Ethiopian Journal of Development Research, vol. 21, pp. 1-34.[2602]

Bisrat, F. / Pickering, J. (1994): High school students' knowledge, attitude, and practice of contraception in Harer Town, Eastern Ethiopia, in: Ethiopian Medical Journal, vol. 32, pp. 151-159.[2603]

Cherie, Amsale / Mitkie, Getenet et al. (2005): Perceived sufficiency and usefulness of IEC materials and methods related to HIV/AIDS among high school youth in Addis Abeba, Ethiopie, in: African Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 9. no. 1, pp. 66-77.[2604]

Endawoke, Yalew (1999): Differences in the mathematics and physics achievement of boy and girl high school students, A qualitative analysis, in: Hess, Jürgen (ed.): Education and social change, Empirical studies for the improvement of education in East Africa, DSE Publications, Bonn, pp. 173-192.[2605]

Gebre, Solomon (1990): Sexual behavior and knowledge of AIDS and Other STDs: A survey of senior high school students, in: Ethiopian Journal of Health Development, vol. 4, pp. 123-131.[2606]

Gebru, Amanuel / Gebreselassie, Mulugeta (1999): Gender equality in education in Ethiopia, Hurdles, initiatives and prospects, in: Ethiopian Journal of Development Research, vol. 21, pp. 1-34.[2607]

Kibret, Mulugeta (2003): Reproductive health knowledge, attitude and pratice among high school students in Bahir Dar, Ethiopia, in: African Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 245-276.[2608]

Narrowe, Judith (1989): „All you have to do is to teach me“, Reflections on women, education, and training in Dodota Water Supply Project in Arissi, Ethiopia, Department of Social Anthropology, Working Paper, no. 13, Stockholm.[2609]

Rose, Pauline (1995): Female education and adjustment programs, A cross-country statistical analysis, in: World Development, vol. 23, no. 11, pp. 1931-1941.[2610]

Rose, Pauline (1997): Gender and primary schooling in Ethiopia, IDS Research Report, No. 31, Brighton.[2611]

Rose, Pauline / Al-Samarrai, Samer (1997): Household constraints on schooling by gender, Empirical evidence from Ethiopia, IDS Research report, No. 49, Brighton.[2612]

Rose, Pauline / Tembon, Mercy (1999): Girls and schooling in Ethiopia, in: Heward, Christine / Bunwaree, Sheila (eds.): Gender, education and development, Beyound access to empowerment, Zed Books, London, pp. 85-100.[2613]

Semela, Tesfaye (2007): Identification of factors contributing to gender disparity in an Ethiopian university, in: Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review: vol. 23, no. 2, pp. 71-94.[2614]

Workineh, Tilahun (2001): A study of female evening learners in elementary schools in Addis Ababa, in: Ethiopian Journal of Development Research, vol. 23, pp. 46-78.[2615]

Worku, Yelfign (2002): Sexual violence among female high school students in Debark, Northwest Ethiopia, in: East African Medical Journal, vol. 79, pp. 96-99.[2616]

Zeleke, Seleshi (2001): Gender differences in mathematics performance in the elementary grades: Implications for women's participation in scientific and technical occupations, in: Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review, vol. 17, pp. 110-127.[2617]

health - fgc fgm

Gemeda, Hirut Terefe (2000): A study of female genital mutilation and reproductive health. The Case of Arsi Oromo, Ethiopia, Edition RE, Göttingen.[3121]

Olenick, I. (1998): Female circumcision is nearly universal in Egypt, Eritrea, Mali and Sudan, in: International Family Planning Perspectives, vol. 24, pp. 47-49.[3122]

Peller, Annette (2002): Chiffrierte Körper, Disziplinierte Körper, Female genital cutting, Rituelle Verwundung als Statussymbol, Weißensee Verlag, Berlin.[3123]

Peller, Annette (2003): No pain, no gain – Zur Verbesserung sozialer Chancen durch das Ertragen von Schmerz, in: Afrika Spectrum, vol. 38, no. 2, pp. 197-214.[3124]

Peller, Annette (2003): Other countries, other customs, Background and perspectives of the controversial rite of passage of FGC, in: Bruchhaus, Eva-Marie (ed.): Hot Spot Horn of Africa: Between integration and disintegration, Lit-Verlag, Münster/Berlin, pp. 81-87.[3125]

Reminick, Ronald (1976): The symbolic significance of ceremonial defloration among the Amhara of Ethiopia, in. American Ethnologist, 3, pp. 751-763.[3126]

Spadacini, B. / Nichols, P. (1998): Campaigning against female genital mutilation in Ethiopia using popular education, in: Gender and Development, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 44-52.[3127]

Terefe, Almaz (2003): Gender and female genital mutilation in Ethiopia, The case of Arsi Oromo, in: Böll, Verena / Günther, Ursula et al. (Hg.): Umbruch – Bewältigung – Geschlecht, Genderstudien zu afrikanischen Gesellschaften in Afrika und Deutschland, Waxmann Verlag, Münster, pp. 185-206.[3128]

Willcox, Sandy / Short, Arina (2005): Cut flowers, Female genital mutilation and a biblical response, Addis Abeba University, Addis Abeba.[3129]

health - HIV AIDS and gender

Alene, Getu D. / Wheeler, J.G. (2004): Adolescent reproductive health and awareness of HIV among rural high school students, North Western Ethiopia, in: AIDS Care, vol. 16, pp. 57-68.[3490]

G/selassie, Tesfayi (1996): Determinants of contraceptive use among urban youth in Ethiopia, in: Ethiopian Journal of Health Development, vol. 10, pp. 97-104.[3491]

Gebre, Solomon (1990): Sexual behavior and knowledge of AIDS and Other STDs: A survey of senior high school students, in: Ethiopian Journal of Health Development, vol. 4, pp. 123-131.[3492]

Genet, Mengistu (1989): Fertility and child mortality in rural Ethiopia: Gondar and Hararge Regions, in: Journal of Biosocial Science, vol. 21, pp. 115-121.[3493]

Kloss, Helmuth / Ahmen Zein, Zein (1991): AIDS and other STDs in Ethiopia, Historical, social and epidemiological aspects, in: African Urban Quarterly, vol. 6, no. 1-2, pp. 36-43.[3494]

Mulugeta, Emebet (2008): Crossing the hurdle: Survival strategies of poor women in Addis Abeba, in: Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review: vol. 24, no. 1, pp. 41-79.[3495]

Taffa, Negussie / Sundby, Johanne et al. (2004): HIV prevalence and socio-cultural contexts of sexuality among youth in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in: Djamba, Yanyi K. (ed.): Sexual behavior of adolescents in contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa, Edwin Mellen Press, New York.[3496]

Tamene, Wossenyelesh / Mesganaw Fantahun (2007): Fertility desire and family-planning demand among HIV-positive women and men undergoing antiretroviral treatment in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in: African Journal of AIDS Research: vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 223-227.[3497]

Terefe, Almaz / Larson, Charles (1993): Modern contraception in Ethiopia, Does involving husbands make a difference? in: American Journal of Public Health, vol. 83, no. 11, (1), pp. 567-571.[3498]

health - reproduction and fertility

Abate, Mammo / Philip, Morgan (1986): Childlessness in rural Ethiopia, in: Population and Development Review, vol. 12, no. 3, pp.533-546.[4387]

Abdella, A. (1996): Demographic characteristics, socioeconomic profile and contraceptive behaviour in patients with abortion at Jimma Hospital, Ethiopia, in: East African Medical Journal, vol. 73, pp. 660-664.[4388]

Abdulahl, H. (1990): Breastfeeding practices and fertility in Mettu Alemaya and Addis Ababa, in: Population Bulletin, vol. 1, pp. 1-8.[4389]

Alene, Getu D. / Wheeler, J.G. (2004): Adolescent reproductive health and awareness of HIV among rural high school students, North Western Ethiopia, in: AIDS Care, vol. 16, pp. 57-68.[4390]

Bisrat, F. / Pickering, J. (1994): High school students' knowledge, attitude, and practice of contraception in Harer Town, Eastern Ethiopia, in: Ethiopian Medical Journal, vol. 32, pp. 151-159.[4392]

Dagne, Haile (1994): Early marriage in Northern Ethiopia, in: Reproductive Health Matters, vol. 4, pp. 35-38.[4393]

Demissie, T. / Muroki, N.M. / Kogi-Makau, W. (1998): Food aversions and cravings during rregnancy: Prevalence and significance for maternal nutrition in Ethiopia, in: Food and Nutrition Bulletin, vol. 19, pp. 20-26.[4394]

Duncan, Elizabeth (1997): STDs in women attending family planning clinics, Case studies in Addis Ababa, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 44, no. 4, pp. 441-454.[4395]

Eshetu, Melaku (1996): The level of maternal mortality in Mafud District of Northern Shewa, Central Ethiopia, in: Ethiopian Journal of Development Research,vol. 18, pp. 79-93.[4396]

Ezra, Markos / Gurmu, Eshetu (2002): Correlates of marriage and family patterns in Southern Ethiopia, in: Ethiopian Journal of Development Research, vol. 24, pp. 28-57.[4397]

G/selassie, Tesfayi (1996): Determinants of contraceptive use among urban youth in Ethiopia, in: Ethiopian Journal of Health Development, vol. 10, pp. 97-104.[4401]

Gebre, Solomon (1990): Sexual behavior and knowledge of AIDS and Other STDs: A survey of senior high school students, in: Ethiopian Journal of Health Development, vol. 4, pp. 123-131.[4398]

Gemeda, Hirut Terefe (2000): A study of female genital mutilation and reproductive health, The Case of Arsi Oromo, Ethiopia, Edition RE, Göttingen.[4399]

Genet, Mengistu (1989): Fertility and child mortality in rural Ethiopia: Gondar and Hararge Regions, in: Journal of Biosocial Science, vol. 21, pp. 115-121.[4402]

Gibson, Mhairi A. / Mace, Ruth (2002): The impact of labor-saving technology on first birth intervals in rural Ethiopia, in: Human Biology, vol. 74, pp. 111-128.[4400]

Hailemariam, Assefa (1992): An overview of the determinants of high fertility in Ethiopia, in: Ethiopian Journal of Development Research, vol. 14, pp. 1-30.[4403]

Hogan, Dennis et al. (1999): Household organisation, women’ autonomy and contraception behaviour in Southern Ethiopia, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 30, no. 4, pp. 302-314.[4404]

Hogan, Dennis et al. (2004): Social identity and community effects on contraceptive use and intentions in Southern Ethiopia, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 35, no. 2, pp. 79-90. (and in: Agyei Mensah, Samuel (ed.): Reproduction and social context in Sub-Saharan Africa, Greenwood Press, Westport, pp. 37-63.[4405]

Kaba, Mirgissa (2004): Fertility regulation among women in rural communities around Jimma, Western Ethiopia, in: Ethiopian Journal of Health and Development, vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 17-22.[4406]

Kibret, Mulugeta (2003): Reproductive health knowledge, attitude and pratice among high school students in Bahir Dar, Ethiopia, in: African Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 245-276.[4407]

Kiros, Fassil (1979): A critical evaluation of the family planning prescriptions for rural Wollo and Tigrai, in: Ethiopian Journal of Development Research, vol. 3, pp. 1-9.[4408]

Lindstrom, D. / Berhanu, Betemariam (1999): The impact of war, famine and economic decline on marital fertility in Ethiopia, in: Demography, vol. 36, no. 2, pp. 247-326.[4409]

Mammo, Abate / Morgan, S. Philip (1986): Childlessness in rural Ethiopia, in: Population and Development Review, vol. 12, pp. 533-546.[4410]

Sibanda, Amson / Woubalem, Zedwu (2003): The proximate determinants of the decline to below replacement fertility in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 34, no. 1, pp. 1-7.[4411]

Taffa, Negussie / Sundby, Johanne et al. (2004): HIV prevalence and socio-cultural contexts of sexuality among youth in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in: Djamba, Yanyi K. (ed.): Sexual behavior of adolescents in contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa, Edwin Mellen Press, New York.[4412]

Tamene, Wossenyelesh / Mesganaw Fantahun (2007): Fertility desire and family-planning demand among HIV-positive women and men undergoing antiretroviral treatment in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in: African Journal of AIDS Research: vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 223-227.[4413]

Terefe, Almaz / Larson, Charles (1993): Modern contraception in Ethiopia, Does involving husbands make a difference? in: American Journal of Public Health, vol. 83, no. 11, (1), pp. 567-571.[4414]

Tirussew, T. (1990): Onset bodily reactions and psycho-social consequences of menarche among a group of Ethiopian girls, in: Ethiopian Journal of Education, vol. 11, pp. 1-27.[4415]

Tsegaye, Demissie / Muroki, Nelson / Kogi-Makau, Wamboi (1998): Food taboos among pregnant women in Hadiya Zone, Ethiopia, in: Ethiopian Journal of Health Development, vol. 12, pp. 45-49.[4416]

Wouhabe, Maria (2007): Sexual behaviour, knowledge and awareness of related reproductive health issues among single youth in Ethiopia, in: Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 14-21.[4417]

health

Berhane, Yemane / Gossaye, Y. et al. (2001): Women's health in a rural setting in societal transition in Ethiopia, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 53, pp. 1525-1539.[5024]

Dugassa, B.F. (2005): Women's rights and health: The case of Oromo women in Ethiopia, in: Health Care for Women International, vol. 26, pp. 149-169.[5025]

history colonialism and pre-colonial history

Andersen, Knud (2000): The queen of the Habasha in Ethiopian history, tradition and chronology, in: Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, vol. 63, pp. 31-63.[5220]

Böll, Verena (2003): Geschlechtergeschichte, Umbruch und Bewältigung im 17. Jahrhundert in Äthiopien, in: Böll, Verena / Günther, Ursula et al. (Hg.): Umbruch – Bewältigung – Geschlecht, Genderstudien zu afrikanischen Gesellschaften in Afrika und Deutschland, Waxmann Verlag, Münster, pp. 207-222.[5221]

Ferryhough, Timothy / Ferryhough, Anna (2002): Women, gender history, and imperial Ethiopia, in: Hunt, Tamara L. / Lessard, Micheline R. (eds.): Women and the colonial gaze, New York Univeristy Press, New York, pp. 188-201.[5222]

Parkhurst, Helen (1979): Mahbuka, the beyond: The life and romance of an Ethiopian slave girl in early nineteenth-century, in: Journal of African Studies, 1, pp. 47-55.[5223]

Sereke-Brhan, Heran (2005): ‘Like adding water to milk’, Marriage politics in Nineteenth Century Ethiopia, in: International Journal of African Historical Studies, vol. 38, pp. 49-77.[5224]

Literature

Presbey, Gail (1999): Should women love ‘wisdom’, Evaluating the Ethiopian wisdom tradition, in: Research in African Literture Today, vol. 30, no. 2, pp. 165-181.[5808]

media

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politics - wars violent conflicts

Andrew, Florence Aate / Lukajo, Nelson Mono (2005): Golden opportunities, reality or myths? Horn of Africa female migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in The Netherlands, in: Community Development Journal, vol. 40, no. 2, pp. 224-231.[6722]

Bennett, Olivia / Bexley, Jo / Warnock, Kitty (eds.) (1995): Arms to fight, arms to protect, women speak out about conflict, Panos, London.[6723]

Berhanu, Betemariam / White, Michael (2000): War, famine, and female migration in Ethiopia, 1960-1989, in: Economic Development and Cultural Change, vol. 49 pp. 91-113.[6724]

Beswick Stephanie (2001): ‚If you leave your country, you will have no life!’ Rape, suicide, and violence, The voices of Ethiopian, Somali and Sudanese female refugees in Kenyan Refugee Camps, in: Northeast African Studies, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 69-88.[6725]

Girma, Kebbede (1991): The agonies of displacement, Ethiopian women refugees in Khartoum, Sudan, in: Geo Journal, vol. 23, no. 2, pp. 99-106.[6726]

Hammond, Jenny / Druce, Neil (1990): Sweeter than honey, Ethiopian women and revolution: Testimonies of Tigrayan women, Africa World Press, Trenton.[6727]

Kebbede, G. (1991): The agonies of displacement: Ethiopian women refugees in Khartoum, Sudan, in: GeoJournal, vol. 23, pp. 99-106.[6728]

Koenig, Angela (1990): Überleben in Gewaltverhältnissen, Zur Situation eritreischer und äthiopischer Flüchtlingsfrauen, in: Donner-Reichle, Carola / Klemp, Ludgera (Hrsg.): Frauenwort für Menschenrechte, Breitenbach Verlag, Saarbrücken, pp. 141-169.[6729]

Krug, Stefanie (2001): Anthropologie der Kriegs- und Nachkriegszeit in Äthiopien, “Helderhafter Kämpfer nannten sie Dich - Wie heißt Du jetzt?” TPLF (Ex-)-Guerillakämpfer/innen in Äthiopien, Lit-Verlag, Münster.[6730]

Leisure, Susan (1999): Exchanging participation for promises: Mobilization of women in Eritrea, in: Bystydzienski, Jill M. and Sekhon, Joti (eds.): Democratization and women’s grassroots movements, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, pp. 95-109.[6731]

Lindstrom, D. / Berhanu, Betemariam (1999): The impact of war, famine and economic decline on marital fertility in Ethiopia, in: Demography, vol. 36, no. 2, pp. 247-326.[6732]

MacKay, Angela (2005): Mainstreaming gender in United Nations peacekeeping training, Examples from East Timor, Ethiopia, and Eritrea, in: Mazurana, Dyan E. / Raven-Roberts, Angela / Parpart, Jane L. (eds.): Gender, conflict and peacekeeping, Rowman and Littlefield, Lanham, pp. 265-279.[6733]

Schäfer, Rita (2008): Frauen und Kriege in Afrika, ein Beitrag zur Gender-Forschung, Brandes und Apsel Verlag, Frankfurt a.M.[11880]

Veale, Angela (2003): From child soldiers to ex-fighters, Female fighters, demobilisation and reintegration in Ethiopia, ISS Monographs, no. 85, Pretoria.[6734]

Veale, Angela (2005): Collective and individual identities, Experiences of recruitment and reintegration of female ex-combatants of the Tigrean People’s Liberation Army, Ethiopia, in: McIntyre, Angela (ed.): Invisible stakeholders, Children and war in Africa, ISS Publications, Pretoria, pp. 105-126.[6735]

politics

Becher, C. (2003): Natural resource management, modes of governance and the construction of gender in Ethiopia, in: Bruchhaus, Eva-Marie (ed.): Hot Spot Horn of Africa: Between integration and disintegration, Lit Verlag, Münster/Berlin.[7185]

Berhane - Selassie, Tsehai (1997): Ethiopian rural women and the state, in: Mikell, Gwendolyn (eds.): African feminism, The politics of survival in Sub-Saharan Africa, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, pp. 182-205.[7186]

Berhane - Selassie, Tsehai (1997): The politics of womanhood in occupational inequality, in: Scott, Joan W. (ed.): Transitions, Environments, Translations: Feminisms in International Politics, Routledge, New York/London, pp. 226-249.[7187]

Heinrich-Boell-Foundation (2001): Gender gaps in our constitutions, Women’s concern in selected African countries, Heinrich Boell Foundation, Nairobi.[7188]

Kurimoto, Eisei (2002): Fear and anger: Female versus male narratives among the Anywaa, in: James, Wendy / Donham, Donald L. et al. (eds.): Remapping Ethiopia: Socialism and after, James Currey, Oxford.[7189]

Nath, Kamla (1985): National machinery for the integration of women in development, A strategy for the Gambia, Working Paper, no. 104, African Studies Centre, Boston University, Boston.[7195]

Olmstead, Judith (1975): Farmers wife, weavers wife, Women and work in two Southern Ethiopian communities, in: African Studies Review, vool. 18, no. 3, pp. 85-97.[7191]

Olmstead, Judith (1997): Women between two worlds, Portrait of a Ethiopian rural women leader, Routlege Publications, New York.[7192]

Poluha, Eva (2002): Beyond the silence of women in Ethiopian politics, in: Cowen, Michael / Laakso, Liisa (eds.): Multi-party elections in Africa, James Currey, Oxford, pp. 60-74.[7190]

Wright, Marta (2002): ‘Women are not corrupt’, in: Pausewang, Siegfried / Tronvoll, Kjetil et al. (eds.): Ethiopia Since the Derg: A decade of democratic pretension and performance, Zed Books, London.[7193]

Religion - Christianity

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Religion - Islam

Natvig, Richard (1987): Oromos, slaves, and the Zar spirits, A contribution to the history of the Zar cult, in: International Journal of African Historical Studies, vol. 20, pp. 669-689.[7816]

Religion - traditional rituals and spirit mediumship

Natvig, R. (1987): Oromos, slaves, and the zar spirits, A contribution to the history of the zar cult, in: International Journal of African Historical Studies, vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 669-689.[10224]

Rights - human rights violations gender based violence

Berhane, Yemane (2004): Ending domestic violence against women in Ethiopia, in: Ethiopian Journal of Health Development, vol. 18, no. 3, pp. 131-132.[10420]

Deyessa, N. and Kassaye, M. and Demeke, B. and Taffa, N. (1998): Magnitude, type and outcomes of physical violence against married women in Butajira, Southern Ethiopia, in: Ethiopian Medical Journal, vol. 36, pp. 83-92.[10421]

Getahun, H. (2001): Marriage through abduction (`Telefa') in rural North West Ethiopia, in: Ethiopia Medical Journal, vol. 39, pp. 105-112.[10422]

Molla, M. / Ismail, S. (2000): Sexual violence among female street adolescents in Addis Ababa, Ethiopian Journal of Health Development, vol. 16, pp. 119-128.[10423]

Stavropoulos, J. (2006): Violence against girls, A retrospective survey in Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda, in: African Child Policy Forum.[10424]

Worku, Yelfign (2002): Sexual violence among female high school students in Debark, Northwest Ethiopia, in: East African Medical Journal, vol. 79, pp. 96-99.[10425]

World Health Organisation (WHO) (2005): Multi-country study on women’s health and domestic violence, Ethiopia, WHO, Geneva.[10426]

Rights - Women Human Rights and legal system

Bekele, H. Selassie (1997): Settlement of matrimonial disputes in case of divorce: A case comment on civil appeal no. 2133/78, in: Journal of Ethiopian Law, vol. 18, pp. 81-95.[10955]

Chesoni, Atsango / Githaiga, G. (2003): Enhancing Ethiopian women’s access to and control over land: The second workshop, in: Wanyeki, Muthoni (ed.): Women and land in Africa: Culture, religion and realizing women's rights, Zed Books, London, pp. 340-374.[10956]

Dugassa, B.F. (2005): Women’s rights and health: The case of Oromo women in Ethiopia, in: Health Care for Women International, vol. 26, pp. 149-169.[10957]

Haile, Daniel (1984): Rural women’s legal status in Ethiopia, in: Verfassung und Recht in Übersee, 17, pp. 289-310.[10958]

Kagoiya, R. / Chesoni, Atsango / Wanyeki, L.M. (2003): Women’s access to and control over land in Ethiopia: The first workshop, in: Wanyeki, Muthoni (ed.): Women and land in Africa: Culture, religion and realizing women's rights, Zed Books, London, pp. 319-339.[10959]

Tadesse, Zenebeworke (1982): The impact of land reform on women: The case of Ethiopia, in: Beneria, L. (ed.): Women and development, The sexual division of labour in rural societies, Preager Publishers, Westport, pp. 203-222.[10960]

Tadesse, Zenebeworke (2003): Women and land rights in the third world, The case of Ethiopia, in: Wanyeki, Muthoni (ed.): Women and land in Africa: Culture, religion and realizing women's rights Zed Books, London, pp. 67-95.[10961]

society - families marriages

Abate, Mammo / Philip, Morgan (1986): Childlessness in rural Ethiopia, in: Population and Development Review, vol. 12, no. 3, pp.533-546.[8621]

Bekele, H. Selassie (1997): Settlement of matrimonial disputes in case of divorce: A case comment on Civil Appeal no. 2133/78, in: Journal of Ethiopian Law, vol. 18, pp. 81-95.[8622]

Berhane, Yemane (2004): Ending domestic violence against women in Ethiopia, in: Ethiopian Journal of Health Development, vol. 18, no. 3, pp. 131-132.[8623]

Christiaensen, Luc / Alderman, Harold (2004): Child malnutrition in Ethiopia, Can maternal knowledge augment the role of income? in: Economic Development and Cultural Change, vol. 52, pp. 287-312.[8624]

Crummey, Donald (1983): Family and property amongst the Amhara nobility, in: Journal of African History, vol. 24, pp. 207-220.[8625]

Dagne, Haile (1994): Early marriage in Northern Ethiopia, in: Reproductive Health Matters, vol. 4, pp. 35-38.[8626]

Deyessa, N. and Kassaye, M. and Demeke, B. and Taffa, N. (1998): Magnitude, type and outcomes of physical violence against married women in Butajira, Southern Ethiopia, in: Ethiopian Medical Journal, vol. 36, pp.83-92.[8627]

Ezra, Markos / Gurmu, Eshetu (2002): Correlates of marriage and family patterns in Southern Ethiopia, in: Ethiopian Journal of Development Research, vol. 24, pp.28-57.[8628]

Fafchamps, Marcel / Quisumbing, Agnes (2005): Assets at marriage in rural Ethiopia, in: Journal of Development Economics, vol. 77, pp. 1-25.[8629]

Fafchamps, Marcel / Quisumbing, Agnes (2005): Marriage, bequest, and assortative matching in rural Ethiopia, in: Economic Development and Cultural Change, vol. 53, no. 2, pp. 347-380.[8630]

James, Wendy (1986): Lifelines: Exchange marriage among the Gumuz, in: Donham, Donald / James, Wendy (eds.): The Southern marches of imperial Ethiopia, Essays in history and social anthropology. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 119-147.[8631]

Jedrej, M.C. (1979): Some structural features of Ingessana marriage and affinity, in: Africa, vol. 49, no. 4, pp. 377-387.[8632]

Kidane, Asmeron, Haile, Azbaha (1998): Determinants and consequences of marital instability in Northwestern Ethiopia, in: East Africa Social Science Research Review, vol. 4, pp. 57-68.[8633]

Poluha, Eva (2007): The world of girls and boys in rural Ethiopia, Forum for Social Studies, Addis Abeba[8634]

Sereke-Brhan, Heran (2005): ‘Like adding water to milk’, Marriage politics in Nineteenth Century Ethiopia, in: International Journal of African Historical Studies, vol. 38, pp. 49-77.[8635]

Sereke-Brhan, Heran (2005): ‘Like adding water to milk’, Marriage politics in Nineteenth Century Ethiopia, in: International Journal of African Historical Studies, vol. 38, pp. 49-77.[8637]

Tilson, Dana / Larsen, Ulla (2000): Divorce in Ethiopia, The impact of early marriages and childlessness, in: Journal of Biosocial Science, vol. 32, no. 3, pp. 355-372.[8636]

society - homosexuality / sexual minorities

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society - masculinities

Jones, Adam (ed.) (2006): Men of the global South, A reader, Zed Books, London.[9237]

Levine, Donald (1966): The concept of masculinity in Ethiopian culture, in: International Journal of Social Psychatry, vol. 12, pp. 17-23.[9238]

Mekonnen, T. (1997): Male orientation and / or male domination among the Aari and the Oromo, in: Hemispheres, vol. 11, pp. 754-86.[9239]

Tadele, Feleke (2001): Men in the kitchen, Women in the office? Working on gender issues in Ethiopia, in: Sweetman, Caroline (ed.): Men’s involvement in gender and development policy and practice, Beyond rhetoric, Oxfam Publications, Oxford, pp. 16-19.[9240]

Taele, Gednet (2006): Bleak prospects, Young men, sexuality, and HIV/AIDS in an Ethiopian town, Research Reports, no. 80, African Studies Centre, Leiden.[9241]

Terefe, Almaz / Larson, Charles (1993): Modern contraception in Ethiopia, Does involving husbands make a difference?, in: American Journal of Public Health, vol. 83, no. 11, (1), pp. 567-571.[9242]

society - migration and urbanisation

Almedom, Astier (1995): A note on ROSCAs (Rotating Savings and Credit Associations) among Ethiopian women in Addis Ababa and Eritrean women in Oxford, in: Ardener, Shirley / Burman, Sandra (eds.): Money-Go-Rounds: The importance of rotating savings and credit associations for women, Berg Publihsers, Oxford, pp. 71-76.[9651]

Berhanu, Betemariam / White, Michael (2000): War, famine, and female migration in Ethiopia, 1960-1989, in: Economic Development and Cultural Change, vol. 49 pp. 91-113.[9648]

Bjeren, Gunilla (1985): Migration to Shashemene, Ethnicity, gender and occupation in urban Ethiopia, Nordic Africa Institute Publications, Uppsala.[9649]

Bonsa, Shimelis (2003): The history of Kistane women’s migration to Addis Ababa until 1974, in: Zwede, Bahru (ed.): Land, gender and the periphery, Themes in the history of Eastern and Southern Africa, OSSREA Publications, Addis Ababa, pp. 43-66.[9650]

society - women's organisations

Hecht, Elizabeth Dorothea (1993): Die traditionellen Frauenvereine (Afoca) der Harari in Harar und in Addis Abeba, Äthiopien, Reimer Verlag, Berlin.[9945]

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