Literature Database on Gender in Subsahara Africa

Literature regarding Malawi

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

Acker, D.G. / McBreen, E.L. / Taylor, pp. (1998): Women in higher education in agriculture with reference to selected countries in East and Southern Africa, in: Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, vol. 5, no. 1, pp.13-22.[623]

Ansell, Nicola / van Blerk, Lorraine (2004): Children’s migration as a household/family strategy, Coping with AIDS in Lesotho and Malawi, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 30, no. 3, pp.673-690.[624]

Berhinde, Catherine White / Segal, Marcia Texler (1994): Controlling less land, producing less food: The fate of female-headed households in Malawi, in: Ngan-ling, Chow / Berhinde, Catherine White (eds.): Women, the family and policy, A global perspective, State University of New York Press, New York, pp.145-145.[625]

Braun, Harald (2001): HIV/AIDS prevention in the agricultural sector in Malawi, A study of awareness activities and theatre, Schriftenreihe des Seminars für ländliche Entwicklung, S 192, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Margraf Verlag, Weikersheim.[626]

Bryson, Deborah (2006): Ganyu casual labour, famine and HIV/AIDS in rural Malawi, Causality and casuality, in: Journal of Modern African Studies, vol. 44, pp.173-202.[627]

Chipande, G.H.R. (1987): Innovation adoption among female-headed households: The case of Malawi, in: Development and Change, vol. 18, no. 2, pp.315-327.[628]

Chiweza, Asiyati Lorraine (2008): The challenges of promoting legal empowerment in developing countries, Women’s land ownership and inheritance rights in Malawi, in: Banik, Dan (ed.): Rights and legal empowerment in eradicating poverty, Ashgate, Aldershot, pp.201-216.[629]

Clark, B.A. (1975): The work done by rural women in Malawi, in: Eastern African Journal of Rural Development, vol. 8, no. 1/2, pp.79-91.[630]

Davison, Jean (1992): Changing relations of production in Southern Malawi’s households: Implications for involving rural women in development, in: Journal of Contemporary African Studies, vol. 11, no. 1, pp.72-84.[631]

Davison, Jean (1993): Tenacious women: Clinging to Banja household production in the face of changing gender relations in Malawi, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 19, no. 3, pp.405-421.[632]

Davison, Jean (1993): School attainment and gender: Attitudes of Kenyan and Malawian parents toward educating girls, in: International Journal of Education Development, vol. 13, no. 4, pp.331-338.[633]

Davison, Jean (1995): Must women work together? Development agency assumptions versus changing relations of production in Southern Malawi households, in: Bryceson, Deborah Fahy (ed.): Women wielding the hoe, Lessons from rural Africa for feminist theory and practice, Berg Publishers, Oxford, pp.181-200.[634]

Due, Jean (1988): Intra-household gender issues in farming systems in Tanzania, Zambia, and Malawi, in: Poats, Susan / Schmink, Marianne / Spring, Anita (eds.): Gender issues in farming systems research and extension, Westview Press, Boulder, pp.331-344.[635]

Edriss, Abdi-Khalil / Kamvani, Esnart (2003): Socio-economic constraints women face when running micro-enterprises: A comparative case study in Southern Malawi, in: Eastern Africa Journal of Rural Development, vol. 19, no.1, pp.41-51.[636]

Engberg, Lila / Sabry, Jean / Beckerson, Susan (1988): A comparison of rural time use and nutritional consequences in two villages in Malawi, in: Poats, Susan / Schmink, Marianne / Spring, Anita (eds.): Gender issues in farming systems research and extension, Westview Press, Boulder, pp.99-110.[637]

Gibbs, Andy (2008): Gender, famine and HIV/AIDS, Rethinking new varient famine in Malawi, in: African Journal of AIDS Research, vol. 7, no. 1, pp.9-17.[638]

Gilbert, Robert / Sakala, Webster / Benson, Todd (2002): Gender analysis of the a nationwide cropping system trial survey in Malawi, in: African Studies Quarterly, vol. 6. no. 1, pp.1-8.[639]

Gladwin, Christina (1991): Fertilizer subsidy removal programs and their potential impact on women farmers in Malawi and Cameroon, in: Gladwin, Christina (ed.): Structural adjustment and African women farmers, University of Florida Press, Gainesville, pp.191-216.[640]

Gladwin, Christina (1992): Gendered impacts of fertilizer subsidy removal programs in Malawi and Cameroon, in: Agricultural Economics, 7, pp.141-153.[641]

Hansen, J.D. / Luckert, M.K. et al. (2005): Tree planting under customary tenure systems in Malawi: Impacts of marriage and inheritance patterns, in: Agricultural Systems, vol. 84, pp. 99-118.[642]

Hirschman, David (1985): Women’s participation in Malawi’s local councils and district development commitees, Working Paper no. 98, Women in International Development, Michigan State University, East Lansing.[643]

Hirschman, David (1985): Bureaucracy and rural women: Illustrations from Malawi, in: Rural Africana, no. 21, pp.51-63.[644]

Hirschman, David (1990): The Malawi case: Enclave politics, core resistance, and „nkhoswe no. 1“, in: Staudt, Kathleen (ed.): Women, international development, and politics, The Bureaucratic Mire, Temple University Press, Philadelphia, pp.163-179.[645]

Hirschman, David (1995): Managing equity and gender in an agricultural programme in Malawi, in: Public Administration and Development, vol. 15, pp.21-51.[646]

Hirschmann, David / Vaughan, Megan (1983): Food production and income generating in a matrilineal society: Rural women in Zomba, Malawi, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 10, no. 1, pp.86-99.[647]

Kaarhus, Randi (2010): Women’s land rights and land tenure reforms in Malawi, What difference does matriliny make? in: Forum for Development Studies, vol. 37, no. 2, pp.171-192.[649]

Kalimbira, A.A. / Mtimuni, B.M. / Chilima, D.M. (2009): Maternal knowledge and practices related to anaemia and iron supplementation in rural Malawi, A cross-sectional study, in: African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development, vol. 9, no. 1, pp.550-564.[648]

Kaunda, Mayuyuka Jonathan (1990): Agricultural credit policy, bureaucratic decision-making and the subordination of rural women in the development process: Some observations on the Kawinga Project, Malawi, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 16, no. 3, pp.413-430.[650]

Kennedy, Eileen / Peters, Pauline (1992): Household food security and child nutrition: The interaction of income and gender of household head, in: World Development, vol. 20, No. 8, pp.1077-1085.[651]

Kerr, Rachel Bezner (2005): Food security in Northern Malawi, Gender, kinship relations and entitlements in historical context, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 31, no. 1, pp.53-74.[652]

Kerr, Rachel Bezner (2005): Informal labor and social relations in northern Malawi: The theoretical challenges and implications of Ganyu labor for food security, in: Rural Sociology, vol. 70, pp. 167-187.[653]

Kranzer, Katharina / McGrath, Nuela / Saul, Jacky (2008): Individual, household and community factors associated with HIV test refusal in rural Malawi, in: Tropical Medicine and International Health, vol. 13, no. 11, pp. 1341-1350.[654]

Malindi, Grace Margaret (1995): Participation of rural women in Malawi national rural development program, in: James, Valentine Udoh (ed.): Women and sustainable development in Africa, Praeger Publishers, Westport, pp.113-132.[655]

Mandala, Elias (1982): Peasant cotton agriculture, gender and intergenerational relationships: The Lower Tchiri (Shire) valley of Malawi, 1906-1940, in: African Studies Review, 25, no.2-3, pp.27-44.[656]

Mandala, Elias (1984): Capitalism, kinship and gender in the Lower Shire Valley of Malawi, 1860-1960, in: African Economic History, vol. 13, pp.137-169.[657]

Miller, Kate / Zulu, Eliya Msiyaphazi / Watkins, Susan Cotts (2001): Gender and husband-wife survey responses in Malawi, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 32, no. 2, pp.161-163.[658]

Mkandawire, Mulomboji (1984): Customary land, the state and agrarian change in Malawi: The case of the Chewa peasantry in the Lilongwe Rural Development Project, in: Journal of Contemporary African Studies, vol. 3, no. 3, pp.109-128.[659]

Mkandawire, Mulomboji Richard (1989): Invisible farmers: Women in agriculture in Southern Africa, A case study of Malawi, in: Journal of Extension Systems, 5, 1, pp.23-33.[660]

Mtika, Mike Mathambo (2000): Social and cultural relations in economic action, The embeddedness of food security in rural Malawi admist the AIDS epidemic, in: Environment and Planning, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, vol. 32, no. 2, pp.345-360.[661]

Mtika, Mike Mathambo (2003): Family transfers in a subsistence economy and under a high incidence of HIV/AIDS, The case of rural Malawi, in: Journal of Contemporary African Studies, vol. 21, no. 1, pp.69-92.[662]

Muylwijk, Joke (1995): Gender ideology and differences in access to animal draught power for women farmers in Malawi and Zimbabwe, in: Agrarian Questions, Proceedings, vol.4, Wageningen Agricultural University, Wageningen, pp.1-20.[663]

Orr, Alastair / Mwale, Blessings (2001): Adapting to adjustment, Smallholder livelihood strategies in Southern Malawi, in: World Development, vol. 29, no. 8, pp.1325-1343.[664]

Osterhaus, Juliane (1992): Promotion of women in rural areas, Critical review of five years project experiences in business promotion and recommendations for a future concept, GTZ-Studie, Eschborn.[665]

Paul, Sabine / Reichenbach, Gabi (1996): Das Gender-Thema in Studien der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit mit Malawi, GTZ Publikationen, Universum Verlag, Wiesbaden.[666]

Peters, Pauline (1997): Against many odds: Matriliny, land and gender in the Shire highlands of Malawi, in: Critique of Anthropology, vol. 17, pp.189-210.[667]

Riley, Pamela Johnson (1995): Gender issues and the training of agricultural extensionalists in Malawi, in: Agriculture and Human Values, vol. 12, no. 1, pp.31-38.[668]

Rose, Laurel (2002): Women’s strategies for customary land access in Swaziland and Malawi: A comparative study, in: Africa Today, vol. 49, no. 2, pp.123-149.[669]

Seljeskog, Line / Sundby, Johanne / Chimango, Jane (2006): Factors influencing women’s choice of place of delivery in rural Malawi, in: African Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 10, no. 3, pp.66-75.[670]

Sigman, Vickie (1995): Increasing female household-head participation in agricultural extension in Malawi, in: James, Valentine Udoh (ed.): Women and sustainable development in Africa, Praeger Publishers, Westport, pp.133-158.[671]

Soldan, Paz Valerie / DeGraft-Johnson, Joseph / Bisika, Thomas / Tsui, Amy (2007): Economic and demographic determinants of sexual risk behaviours among men in rural Malawi, in: African Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 11, pp.33-46.[673]

Soldan, Valerie Paz (2004): How family planning ideas are spread within social groups in rural Malawi, in: Journal of Family Planning, vol. 35, no. 4, pp.275-290.[672]

Spittler, Anna E. (1987): Training promotes self-confidence, Practical experience in technical and commercial training of rural women in Malawi, in: GATE, Heft 3, pp.14-20.[674]

Spring, Anita (1986): Men and women smallholder participants in a stall feeder livestock program in Malawi, in: Human Organization, vol. 45, no. 2, pp.154-162.[675]

Spring, Anita (1986): Trials and errors: Using farming systems research in agricultural programs for women, in: Jones, Jeffry / Wallace, Ben (eds.): Social sciences and farming systems research, Westview Press, Boulder, pp.123-143.[676]

Spring, Anita (1988): Putting women on the development agenda: Agricultural development in Malawi, in: Brokensha, David W. / Little, Peter D. (eds.): Anthropology of development and change in East Africa, Westview Press, Boulder, pp.13-42.[677]

Spring, Anita (1988): Using male extension and research personnel to target women farmers, in: Poats, Susan / Schmink, Marianne / Spring, Anita (eds.): Gender issues in farming systems research and extension, Westview Press, Boulder, pp.407-426.[678]

Spring, Anita (1993): Profiles of men and women smallholders in Malawi, in: Huss-Ashmore, Rebecca / Katz, Solomon (eds.): African food systems in crisis, Part two: Contending with change, Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, New York, pp.107-136.[679]

Spring, Anita (1995): WIADP and a decade of work on women in agriculture: Lessons learned, in: Spring, Anita (ed.): Agricultural development and gender issues in Malawi, University of America Press, Lanham, pp.269-283.[680]

Swaminathan, H. / Findeis, J.L. (2003): Access to credit and women's work decision: An empirical study in rural Malawi, in: Journal of Population, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 1-50.[681]

Uttaro, Robert (2002): Diminishing choices, Gender, small bags of fertilizer, and household food security decisions in Malawi, in: African Studies Quarterly, vol. 6, no. 1, pp.16-34.[682]

Van den Borne, Francine (2005): ‚It is better for me to die’, How structural violence kills HIV prevention efforts for women in Malawi, in: Medische Antropologie, Jg. 17, No. 1, pp.73-90.[686]

Vaughan, Megan (1982): Food production and family labour in Southern Malawi: The Shire Highlands and Upper Shire Valley and the early colonial period, in: Journal of African History, vol. 23, no. 3, pp.351-364.[683]

Vaughan, Megan (1986): Household units and historical process in Southern Malawi, in: Review of African Political Economy, vol. 34, pp.35-45.[684]

Vaughan, Megan (1987): The story of an African famine: Gender and famine in twentieth century Malawi, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. (new edition: 2007).[685]

arts and culture

Gilman, Lisa (2001): Purchasing praise: Women, dancing, and patronage in Malawi party politics, in: Africa Today, vol. 48, no. 4, pp. 43-64.[1479]

Gilman, Lisa (2004): The traditionalization of women's dancing: Hegemony and politics in Malawi, in: Journal of Folklore Research, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 33-60.[1480]

Lwanda, John (2003): Mother's songs: Male appropriation of women's music in Malawi and Southern Africa, in: Journal of African Cultural Studies, vol. 16, pp. 119-141.[1481]

Mkamanga, Emily (2000): Suffering in silence, Malawi women’s thirty year dance with Dr. Banda, Dudu Nsomba Publications, Blantire.[1483]

Mvula, Enoch (1986): Chewa women's songs: A verbal strategy in Manipulating social tensions, in: Women's Studies International Forum, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 265-272.[1482]

economy - formal and informal employment

Edriss, Abdi-Khalil / Kamvani, Esnart (2003): Socio-economic constraints women face when running micro-enterprises: A comparative case study in Southern Malawi, in: Eastern Africa Journal of Rural Development, vol. 19, no.1, pp. 41-51.[1700]

Osterhaus, Juliane (1992): Promotion of women in rural areas, Critical review of five years project experiences in business promotion and recommendations for a future concept, GTZ-Studie, Eschborn.[1701]

Spittler, Anna E. (1987): Training promotes self-confidence, Practical experience in technical and commercial training of rural women in Malawi, in: GATE, Heft 3, pp. 14-20.[1702]

Stahl, Cosimo (2021): Gendered corruption, Initial insights into sextortion and double bribery affecting female businesswomen in Malawi, Basel Institute on Governance, Basel.[11655]

economy - Households

Ansell, Nicola / van Blerk, Lorraine (2004): Children’s migration as a household/family strategy, Coping with AIDS in Lesotho and Malawi, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 30, no. 3, pp. 673-690.[1957]

Berhinde, Catherine White / Segal, Marcia Texler (1994): Controlling less land, producing less food: The fate of female-headed households in Malawi, in: Ngan-ling, Chow / Berhinde, Catherine White (eds.): Women, the family and policy, A global perspective, State University of New York Press, New York, pp. 145-145.[1958]

Chilowa, Wycliffe (1991): Liberalisation of agricultural produce marketing and household food security in Malawi, Preliminary results from baseline survey, Working Paper, 2, Development Research Action Programme, Chr. Michelsen Institute, Bergen.[1959]

Chipande, G.H.R. (1987): Innovation adoption among female-headed households: The case of Malawi, in: Development and Change, vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 315-327.[1960]

Davison, Jean (1992): Changing relations of production in Southern Malawi’s households: Implications for involving rural women in development, in: Journal of Contemporary African Studies, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 72-84.[1961]

Davison, Jean (1993): Tenacious women: Clinging to Banja household production in the face of changing gender relations in Malawi, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 405-413.[1962]

Due, Jean (1988): Intra-household gender issues in farming systems in Tanzania, Zambia, and Malawi, in: Poats, Susan / Schmink, Marianne / Spring, Anita (eds.): Gender issues in farming systems research and extension, Westview Press, Boulder, pp. 331-344.[1963]

Kennedy, Eileen / Peters, Pauline (1992): Household food security and child nutrition: The interaction of income and gender of household head, in: World Development, vol. 20, No. 8, pp. 1077-1085.[1964]

Kerr, Rachel Bezner (2005): Food security in Northern Malawi, Gender, kinship relations and entitlements in historical context, in: Journal of African Studies, vol. 31, no. 1, pp. 53-74.[1965]

Sassi, Maria (2020): Evidence between and within household child nutrition inequality in Malawi, Does the gender of the household head matter? in: European Journal of Development Research, 32, pp. 28-50.[1966]

Sigman, Vickie (1995): Increasing female household-head participation in agricultural extension in Malawi, in: James, Valentine Udoh (ed.): Women and sustainable development in Africa, Praeger Publishers, Westport, pp. 133-158.[1967]

Vaughan, Megan (1986): Household units and historical process in Southern Malawi, in: Review of African Political Economy, vol. 34, pp. 35-45.[1968]

Wolf, Angelika (2004): Kinderhaushalte als Folge der AIDS-Epidemie im südlichen Afrika, in: Dilger, Hansjörg / Wolf, Angelika / Frömming, Urte Undine / Volker-Saad, Kerstin (ed.): Moderne und postkoloniale Transformation, Weißensee-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 177-192.[1969]

economy - markets and traders

no entries to this combination of country and topic

economy - pastoralism

no entries to this combination of country and topic

education schooling and tertiary education

Acker, D.G. / McBreen, E.L. / Taylor, S. (1998): Women in higher education in agriculture with reference to selected countries in East and Southern Africa, in: Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 13-22.[2700]

Aikman, Sheila / Unterhalter, Elaine (eds.) (2007): Practicing gender equality in education, Oxfam Publications, Oxford.[2701]

Burton, Patrick (2005): Suffering at school, Results of the Malawi gender-based violence in school survey, Institute of Security Studies, Pretoria.[2702]

Burton, Patrick (2005): Suffering at school, Results of the Malawi gender-based violence in school survey, Institute of Security Studies, Pretoria.[2718]

Chamba, I. (1982): African women’s education in Malawi, 1875-1972, in: Journal of Educational Administration and History, vol. xiv, pp. 10-18.[2703]

Davison, Jean (1993): School attainment and gender: Attitudes of Kenyan and Malawian parents toward educating girls, in: International Journal of Education Development, vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 331-338.[2704]

Davison, Jean (1993): School attainment and gender: Attitudes of Kenyan and Malawian parents toward educating girls, in: International Journal of Education Development, vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 331-338.[2719]

Davison, Jean / Kanyuka, Martin (1992): Girls’ participation in basic education in southern Malawi, in: Comparative Education Review, vol. 36, no. 4, pp. 446-466.[2705]

Davison, Jean / Kanyuka, Martin (1992): Girls’ participation in basic education in southern Malawi, in: Comparative Education Review, vol. 36, no. 4, pp. 446-466.[2720]

Doctor, Henry (2004): Parental survival, living arrangements and school enrolement of children in Malawi in the era of HIV/AIDS, in: Journal of Social Development in Africa, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 31-54.[2721]

Hogg, Angela / Makwiza, Berlina et al. (2005): Finding a curriculum that works under trees: Literacy and health education for adolescent girls in rural Malawi, in: Development in Practice, vol. 15, pp. 655-667.[2706]

Hyde, Kathlyn (1997): Barriers to equality of educational opportunity within mixed sex secondary schools in Malawi, in: Erskine, Sheen / Wilson, Maggie (eds.): Gender issues in international education, Beyond policy and practice, Garland Press, New York.[2707]

Hyde, Kathlyn (1997): Barriers to equality of educational opportunity within mixed sex secondary schools in Malawi, in: Erskine, Sheen / Wilson, Maggie (eds.): Gender issues in international education, Beyond policy and practice, Garland Press, New York.[2722]

Kadzamira, Esme / Chibwana, Mike (1999): Gender and primary schooling in Malawi, IDS Research Report, no. 40, Institute of Development Studies (IDS), Brighton.[2708]

Kadzamira, Esme / Chibwana, Mike (1999): Gender and primary schooling in Malawi, IDS Research Report, no. 40, Institute of Development Studies (IDS), Brighton.[2723]

Lamba, Issac (1982): African women’s education in Malawi, 1875-1952, in: Journal of Education Administration and History, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 46-55.[2709]

Lamba, Issac (1982): African women’s education in Malawi, 1875-1952, in: Journal of Education Administration and History, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 46-55.[2724]

Maluwa-Banda, Dixie (2004): Gender sensitive education policy and practice, The case of Malawi, in: In Prospects, vol. 34, no. 1, pp. 71-84.[2710]

Maluwa-Banda, Dixie (2004): Gender sensitive education policy and practice, The case of Malawi, in: In Prospects, vol. 34, no. 1, pp. 71-84.[2725]

Muula, A.S. / Nyasult, Y. / Msiska, G. (2004): Gender distribution of students and staff at the University of Malawi College of Medicine, 1991-2003, in: South African Medical Journal, vol. 94, no., pp. 636-638.[2711]

Silver, Rachel (2019): `Nothing but Time´, Middle figures, student pregnancy policy, and the Malawian state, in: African Studies Review, vol. 62, issue 4, pp. 110 - 133. [11769]

Swainson, Nicola (2000): Knowledge and power: The design and implementation of gender policies in education in Malawi, Tanzania and Zimbabwe, in: International Journal of Educational Development, vol. 20.[2712]

Swainson, Nicola (1995): Redressing gender inequalities in education: A review of constraints and priorities in Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe, ODA, London.[2726]

Swainson, Nicola (2000): Knowledge and power: The design and implementation of gender policies in education in Malawi, Tanzania and Zimbabwe, in: International Journal of Educational Development, vol. 20.[2727]

health - fgc fgm

no entries to this combination of country and topic

health - HIV AIDS and gender

Ansell, Nicola / van Blerk, Lorraine (2004): Children’s migration as a household/family strategy, Coping with AIDS in Lesotho and Malawi, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 30, no. 3, pp.673-690.[3605]

Barnett, Tony / Tumushabe, Joseph et al. (1995): The social and economic impact of HIV/AIDS on farming systems and livelihoods in rural Africa, some experience and lessons from Uganda, Tanzania, and Zambia, in: Journal of International Development, vol. 7, no. 1, pp.163-176.[3606]

Bicego, George / Boerma, J. Ties / Ronsman, Carine (2002): The effect of AIDS on maternal mortality in Malawi and Zimbabwe, in: AIDS,vol. 16, pp. 1078-1081.[3607]

Bryson, Deborah (2006): Ganyu casual labour, famine and HIV/AIDS in rural Malawi, Causality and casuality, in: Journal of Modern African Studies, vol. 44, pp. 173-202.[3608]

Chirwa, Wiseman Chigere (1997): Migrant labour, sexual networking and multi-partner sex in Malawi, in: Health Transition Review, Supplement 3 to vol. 7, pp. 5-15.[3609]

Chirwa, Wiseman Chigere (1998): Aliens and AIDS in Southern Africa, The Malawi-South Africa debate, in: African Affairs, 97, pp. 53-77.[3610]

Dallabetta, Gina A. et al. (1995): Traditional vaginal agents: Use and association with HIV infection in Malawian women, in: AIDS, vol. 9, pp. 293-297.[3611]

Doctor, Henry (2004): Parental survival, living arrangements and school enrolement of children in Malawi in the era of HIV/AIDS, in: Journal of Social Development in Africa, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 31-54.[3612]

Esacove, Anne W. (2010): Love Matches, Heteronormativity, Modernity, and AIDS Prevention in Malawi, in: Gender and Society, no. 24, pp. 83-109. [11849]

Ferguson, Anne (2005): Water reform, gender, and HIV/AIDS: Perspectives from Malawi, in: Whiteford, Linda M. / Whiteford, Scott (eds.): Globalization, water, and health: Resource management in times of scarcity, James Currey, Oxford.[3613]

Forster, Peter (2000): Prostitution in Malawi and HIV/AIDS at risk, in: Nordic Journal of African Studies, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 16-19.[3614]

Gibbs, Andy (2008): Gender, famine and HIV/AIDS, Rethinking new varient famine in Malawi, in: African Journal of AIDS Research, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 9-17.[3615]

Gichane, Margret et al. (2020): Socioeconomic preditors of transactional sex in a cohort of adolescent girls and young women in Malawi, A longitudinal analysis, in: Aids and Behaviour, pp. 1-9.[3616]

Helitzer-Allen, Deborah (1994): An investigation of community-based communication networks of adolescent girls in rural Malawi for HIV/STD prevention messages, ICRW Research Reports, no. 4, International Centre for Research on Women, Washington D.C.[3617]

Kaler, Amy (2003): ‘My girlfriends could fit in a yanu-yanu bus’, Rural Malawian men’s claims about their own serostatus, Demographic Research Paper, no. 1, Article 11, Max-Planck-Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock.[3618]

Kalipeni, Ezekiel / Zulu, E. (1993): Gender differences in knowledge and attitudes toward modern and traditional methods of child spacing in Malawi, in: Population Reserach and Policy Review, vol. 12, pp.103-121.[3619]

Kathewera-Banda, Maggie / Gomile-Chidyaona-Gomile, Flossie et al. (2005): Sexual violence and women’s vulnerability to HIV tansmission in Malawi, A rights issue, in: International Social Science Journal, no. 186, pp. 609-620.[3620]

Kishondo, P. (1995): High risk behaviour in the face of the AIDS endemic: The case of bar girls in the municipality of Zomba, Malawi, in: Eastern Africa Social Science Review, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 35-44.[3621]

Lindgren, T. / Rankin, S.H. / Rankin, W.W. (2005): Malawi women and HIV: Socio-cultural factors and barriers to prevention, in: Journal of Women and Health, vol. 41, no. 1, pp. 69-86.[3622]

Marcus, Rachel (1993): Gender and HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa, The case of Uganda and Malawi, Bridge Report, no. 13, IDS Sussex.[3623]

Mtika, Mike Mathambo (2003): Family transfers in a subsistence economy and under a high incidence of HIV/AIDS, The case of rural Malawi, in: Journal of Contemporary African Studies, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 69-92.[3624]

Nicholson, Caroline (2002): The right to health care, the best interest of the child, and AIDS in South Africa and Malawi, in: Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa, vol. 35, no. 3, pp. 351-376.[3625]

Nkosi, K. (1999): Men, the military and HIV/AIDS in Malawi, in: Foreman, M. (ed.): AIDS and men, Zed Books, London.[3626]

Nyirenda, Lot (2006): A gender perspective on HIV treatment in Malawi, A multi-method approach, in: Gender and Development, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 69-79.[3627]

Peters, Pauline (1997): Against many odds: Matriliny, land and gender in the Shire highlands of Malawi, in: Critique of Anthropology, vol. 17, pp. 189-210.[3628]

Schatz, Enid (2005): Take your mat and go! Rural Malawian women's strategies in the HIV/AIDS era, in: Culture, Health and Sexuality, vol. 7, pp. 479-492.[3629]

Slutsker, L / Cabeza, J. et al. (1994): HIV-1 infection among women of reproductive age in rural district in Malawi, in: AIDS, vol. 8, no. 9, pp. 1337-1340.[3630]

Soldan, Paz Valerie / DeGraft-Johnson, Joseph / Bisika, Thomas / Tsui, Amy (2007): Economic and demographic determinants of sexual risk behaviours among men in rural Malawi, A district level study, in: African Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 11, pp. 33-46.[3631]

Taha, Taha E.T. et al. (1997): Trends of HIV-1 and sexaully transmitted diseases among pregnant and postpartum women in urban Malawi, in: AIDS, vol. 12, no. 2.[3632]

Tiessen, Rebecca (2005): Mainstreaming gender in HIV/AIDS programs: Ongoing challenges and new opportunities in Malawi, in: Journal of International Women’s Studies, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 8-25.[3633]

Ueyama, Mika / Yamauchi, Futoshi (2008): Marriage behaviour response to prime-age adult mortality, Evidence from Malawi, IFPRI Discussion Paper, 764, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Washington D.C.[3634]

Van den Borne, Francine (2005): Trying to survive in times of poverty and AIDS, Women and multiple partner sex in Malawi, Het Spinhuis Publishers, Amsterdam.[3635]

Wilson, Anika (2013): Folklore, gender, and AIDS in Malawi, No secret under the sun, Palgrave MacMillan, New York.[3636]

Wolf, Angelika (1996): Essensmetaphern im Kontext von AIDS und Hexerei in Malawi, in: Wolf, A. / Stürzer, M. (Hg.): Die gesellschaftliche Konstruktion von Befindlichkeit, Ein Sammelband zur Medizinethnologie, Berlin, pp. 205-221.[3637]

Wolf, Angelika (2001): AIDS, morality and indigenous concepts of sexually transmitted diseases in Southern Africa, in: Afrika Spectrum, vol. 36, pp. 97-107.[3638]

Wolf, Angelika (2004): Kinderhaushalte als Folge der AIDS-Epidemie im südlichen Afrika, in: Dilger, Hansjörg / Wolf, Angelika / Frömming, Urte Undine / Volker-Saad, Kerstin (Hrsg.): Moderne und postkoloniale Transformation, Weißensee-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 177-192.[3639]

health - reproduction and fertility

Barden-O'Fallen, Janine L. et al. (2005): Associates of self-reported fertility status and infertility treatment-seeking in a rural district of Malawi, in: Human Reproduction, vol. 20, pp. 2229-2236.[4624]

Cohen, Barney (2000): Family planning programs, socioeconomic characteristics, and contraceptive use in Malawi, in: World Development, vol. 28, No. 5, pp. 843-860.[4625]

Helitzer-Allen, Deborah L. / Kendall, C. / Wirima, J.J. (1997): Beliefs and practices during pregnancy in a Yao community in Malawi, in: Kalipeni, Ezekiel / Thiuri, Philip (eds.): Issues and perspectives on health care in contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa, Edwin Mellen Press, Lewiston.[4626]

Hogg, Angela / Makwiza, Berlina et al. (2005): Finding a curriculum that works under trees: Literacy and health education for adolescent girls in rural Malawi, in: Development in Practice, vol. 15, pp. 655-667.[4627]

Kaler, Amy (2001): ‘Many divorces and many spinsters’: Marriage as an invented tradition in southern Malawi, 1946-1999, in: Journal of Family History, vol. 26, no. 4, pp. 529-556.[4628]

Kaler, Amy (2004): The moral lens of population control: Condoms and controversies in southern Malawi, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 35, pp. 105-115.[4629]

Kalipeni, Ezekiel (1997): Population pressure, social change, culture and Malawi’s pattern of fertility transition, in: African Studies Review, vol. 40, no. 2, pp. 173-208.[4630]

Kalipeni, Ezekiel / Harrington, Luke (1995): Regional variations of fertility in Malawi, in: Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives, vol. 14, pp. 222-247.[4631]

Kalipeni, Ezekiel / Zulu, E. (1993): Gender differences in knowledge and attitudes toward modern and traditional methods of child spacing in Malawi, in: Population Reserach and Policy Review, vol. 12, pp. 103-121.[4632]

Kishindo, Paul (1994): Family planning and the Malawian male, in: Journal of Social Development in Africa, vol. 9, no. 2, pp. 61-70.[4633]

Mair, Lucy (1951): A Yao girl’s initiation, in: Man, vol. 51, pp. 60-63.[4635]

Manda, Samuel (1999): Birth intervals, breastfeeding and determinants of childhood mortality in Malawi, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 48, pp. 301-312.[4634]

Mark, Tiffany E. / Latulipe, Ryan J. et al. (2020): Seasonality, food insecurity, and clinical depression in post-partum women in a rural Malawi setting, in: Maternal and Child Health Journal, pp. 1-8.[4636]

Marshall, A. (1989): Malawi campaigns for smaller families, in: Population, vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 13-19.[4637]

Miller, Kate / Zulu, Eliya Msiyaphazi / Watkins, Susan Cotts (2001): Gender and husband-wife survey responses in Malawi, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 32, no. 2, pp. 161-163.[4638]

Ndekha, MacDonald / Kulmala, Teija / Ashorn, Per (2000): Seasonal variation in the dietary sources of energy for pregnant women in Lungwena, rural Malawi, in: Ecology of Food Nutrition, vol. 38, no. 6, pp. 605-622.[4639]

Palamuleni, Martin Enock (2008): An analysis of the proximate determinants of fertility in Malawi, 1992-2004, in: Eastern African Social Science Research Review, vol. 24, no. 1, pp. 15-40.[4640]

Silver, Rachel (2019): `Nothing but Time´, Middle figures, student pregnancy policy, and the Malawian state, in: African Studies Review, vol. 62, issue 4, pp. 110 - 133. [11770]

Soldan, Valerie Paz (2004): How family planning ideas are spread within social groups in rural Malawi, in: Journal of Family Planning, vol. 35, no. 4, pp. 275-290.[4641]

Zulu, Msiyaphazi Eliya / Kalipeni, Ezekiel (2004): Changes in reproduction ideology and its control from natural to limited fertility regimes in Malawi, in: Agyei Mensah, Samuel (ed.): Reproduction and social context in Sub-Saharan Africa, Greenwood Press, Westport, pp. 109-125.[4642]

health

Hogg, Angela / Makwiza, Berlina et al. (2005): Finding a curriculum that works under trees: Literacy and health education for adolescent girls in rural Malawi, in: Development in Practice, vol. 15, pp. 655-667.[5042]

history colonialism and pre-colonial history

Chanock, Martin (1982): Making customary law - Men, women, and courts in colonial Northern Rhodesia, in: Hay, Margaret / Wright, Marcia (eds.): African women and the law - Historical perspectives, Boston, pp. 53-67.[5355]

Chanock, Martin (1987): Law, custom and social order - The colonial experience in Malawi and Zambia, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.[5356]

Gregory, Joel W. / Mandala, Elias (1987): Dimensions of conflict: Emigrant labor from colonial Malawi and Zambia, 1900-1945, in: Cordell, Dennis D. / Gregory, Joel W. (eds.): African population and capitalism: Historical perspectives, Westview Press, Boulder, pp. 221-240.[5357]

Kachapila, Hendrina (2006): The revival of Nyau and changing gender relations in early colonial central Malawi, in: Journal of Religion in Africa, vol. 36, no. 3-4, pp. 319-345.[5358]

Kaler, Amy (2001): ‘Many divorces and many spinsters’: Marriage as an invented tradition in southern Malawi, 1946-1999, in: Journal of Family History, vol. 26, no. 4, pp. 529-556.[5344]

Lamba, Issac (1982): African women’s education in Malawi, 1875-1952, in: Journal of Education Administration and History, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 46-55.[5345]

Lovett, M.E. (1997): From sisters to wives and slaves, Redefining matriliny and the lives of Lakeside Tonga women, 1885-1955, in: Critique of Anthropology, vol. 17, no. 2, pp. 171-187.[5346]

Phiri, Kings, M. (1983): Some changes in the matrilineal family system of Malawi since the 19th century, in: Journal of African History, vol. 24, no. 2, pp. 257-283.[5347]

Power, Joey (1995): Eating the property, Gender roles and economic change in urban Malawi, Blantyre-Limbe 1907-1953, in: Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol. 29, no. 1, pp. 79-109.[5348]

Vaughan, Megan (1987): The story of an African famine: Gender and famine in twentieth century Malawi, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.[5349]

Vaughan, Megan (1982): Food production and family labour in Southern Malawi: The Shire Highlands and Upper Shire Valley and the early colonial period, in: Journal of African History, vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 351-364.[5359]

Vaughan, Megan (1987): The story of an African famine: Gender and famine in twentieth century Malawi, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. (new edition: 2007).[5360]

Literature

Ross, Hester (1998): ‘All men do is love, love....’: Context, power, and women in some recent Malawian writing, in: Phiri, Kings M. / Ross, Kenneth R. (eds.): Democratization in Malawi: A stocktaking, Christian Literature Association in Malawi, Blantyre.[5867]

media

Chilimanpunga, Charles (1999): The denigration of women in Malawian radio commercials, in: Gender and Development, vol. 7 pp. 71-78.[6540]

politics - wars violent conflicts

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politics

Amundsen, Inge / Kayuni, Happy (eds.) (2016): Women in politics in Malawi, CMI, Chr. Michelsen Institute/Department of Political and Administrative Studies, Bergen/Zomba.[7262]

Chaikapa, Tyesere Mercy (2016): The Joyce Banda effect, Public opinion and voting behaviour in Malawi, CMI Brief, 15, 6, Chr. Michelsen Institute, Bergen.[7264]

Chasukwa, Michael (2016): The gender machinery – Women in Malawi’s central government administration, CMI Brief, Chr. Michelsen Institute, Bergen.[7263]

Chirwa, Vera (2008): Fearless fighter, An autobiography, Zed Books, London.[7265]

Chiweza, Asiyati / Wang, Vibeke / Maganga, Ann (2016): Acting jointly on behalf of women? The cross-party women’s caucus in Malawi, CMI Brief, 15, 8, Chr. Michelsen Institute, Bergen.[7266]

Dulani, Boniface / Rakner, Lise / Benstead, Lindsay / Wang, Vibeke (2021): Do women face a different standard? The interplay of gender and corruption in the 2014 presidential elections in Malawi, in: Women’s Studies International Forum, vol. 88.[11619]

Gilman, Lisa (2001): Purchasing praise: Women, dancing, and patronage in Malawi party politics, in: Africa Today, vol. 48, no. 4, pp. 43-64.[7267]

Gilman, Lisa (2004): The traditionalization of women's dancing: Hegemony and politics in Malawi, in: Journal of Folklore Research, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 33-60.[7268]

Gilman, Lisa (2009): The dance of politics, Gender, performance, and democratization in Malawi, Temple Press, Philadelophia.[7269]

Gilman, Lisa (2017): Dancing for our mothers, Performance, maternalism, and Jocye Banda’s brief presidency in Malawi, in: Africa Today, vol. 64, no. 1, pp. 28-52.[7270]

Hirschman, David (1985): Bureaucracy and rural women: Illustrations from Malawi, in: Rural Africana, no. 21, pp. 51-63.[7271]

Hirschman, David (1985): Women`s participation in Malawi`s local councils and district development commitees, Working Paper no. 98, Women in International Development, Michigan State University, East Lansing.[7272]

Hirschman, David (1990): The Malawi case. Enclave politics, core resistance and ‘Nkhoswe no. 1’, in: Staudt, Kathleen (ed.): Women, the Development and politics, The bureaucratic mire, Temple University Press, Philadelphia, pp. 163-179.[7273]

Kamlongera, Alinane Priscilla (2008): Malawian women's participation in state politics: What are the constraints? in: Gender and Development, vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 471-480.[7274]

Kayuni, Happy Mickson / Chikadza, Kondwani Farai (2016): The gatekeepers, Political participartion of women in Malawi, CMI Brief 15, 12, Chr. Michelsen Institute, Bergen.[7275]

Lora-Kayambazinthu, Edrinnie / Kalilombe Shame, Edith (2016): Different yardstick, The gendered political discourse in Malawi, CMI Brief 15, 4, Chr. Michelsen Institute, Bergen.[7276]

Malindi, Grace (1995): Participation of rural women in Malawi national rural development program, in: James, Valentine Udoh (ed.): Women and sustainable development in Africa, Preager Publishers, Westport, pp. 113-133.[7280]

Maluwa-Banda, Dixie (2004): Gender sensitive education policy and practice, The case of Malawi, in: In Prospects, vol. 34, no. 1, pp. 71-84.[7277]

Mandala, Elias (1984): Capitalism, kinship and gender in the Lower Shire Valley of Malawi, 1860-1960, An alternative theoretical framework, in: African Economic History, vol. 13, pp. 137-169.[7281]

Mayuyuka Kauna, Jonathan (1990): Agricultural credit policy, Bureaucratic decision-making and the subordination of rural women in the development process: Some observations on the Kawinga Project, Malawi, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 413-430.[7278]

Mkamanga, Emily (2000): Suffering in silence, Malawi women’s thirty year dance with Dr. Banda, Dudu Nsomba Publications, Blantyre.[7279]

Morna, Coleen Lowe / Tolmay, Susan (2007): At the coalface, Gender and local government in Southern Africa, Gender Links, Johannesburg.[7282]

Msungu, Edina (1993): Women on the Tea and Tobacco Estates of Thyolo District, 1923-1953, paper no. 5, History Department, University of Malawi, Blantyre.[7283]

Ngulube-Chinoko, P. (1995): The experience of women under the one-party state and in the political transition, in: Nzunda, Matembo S. / Ross, Kenneth (eds.): Church, law and politicial transition in Malawi, 1992-1994, Mambo Press, Gweru, pp. 89-99.[7284]

Paul, Sabine (1997): NGOs and gender problems in Malawi, in: Glagow, Manfred (ed.): Non-Governmental organizations in Malawi: Their contribution to development and democratization, Lit-Verlag, Hamburg/Berlin.[7285]

Probst, Peter (1999): Mchape ‘95, or the sudden fame of Billy Goodson Chisupe: healing, social memory and the Enigma of the public sphere in Post-Banda Malawi, in: Africa, vol. 69, no. 1, pp. 108-137.[7286]

Semu, Linda (2002): Kamuzu's Mbumba: Malawi women's embeddedness to culture in the face of international political pressure and internal legal change, in: Africa Today, vol. 49, pp. 77-100.[7287]

Southern African Research and Documentation Centre (1997): Beyond inequalities, SARDC Publications, Harare.[7288]

Spring, Anita (1988): Putting women on the development agenda: Agricultural development in Malawi, in: Brokensha, David W. / Little, Peter D. (eds): Anthropology of development and change in East Africa, Westview Press, Boulder, pp. 13-42[7289]

Von Doepp, Peter (2002): Liberal visions and actual power in grassroots civil society: Local churches and women's empowerment in rural Malawi, in: Journal of Modern African Studies, vol. 40, pp. 273-301.[7290]

Religion - Christianity

Banda-Fiedler, Rachel Nyagondwe (2005): Coming of age, A christianized initiation among women in Southern Malawi, Kachere Books, Blantyr.[7663]

Banda-Fiedler, Rachel Nyagondwe (2005): Women of bible and culture: Baptist convention women in Southern Malawi, Kachere Series 3, Blantyre.[7664]

Dubbey, John (2006): Tlamelo, The church against AIDS, Kachere Books, Blantyre.[7665]

Kachapila, Hendrina (2006): The revival of Nyau and changing gender relations in early colonial central Malawi, in: Journal of Religion in Africa, vol. 36, no. 3-4, pp. 319-345.[7666]

Musopole, Augustine (2007): Spirituality, sexuality and HIV/AIDS in Malawi, Theological strategies for behaviour change, Kachere Books, Blantyre.[7667]

Phiri, Isabel (1998): The initiation of Chewa women of Malawi: A Presbyterian woman's perspective, in: Cox, J.L.(ed.): Interaction between Christian religion and African traditional religion: Focus on rites of passage, Cardiff Acaemic Press, Cardiff, pp. 129-145.[7668]

Phiri, Isabel (2007): Women, presbyterianism and patriarchy, Religious experience and Chewa women in Central Malawi, Kachere Publishers, Blantyre.[7669]

VonDoepp, Peter (2002): Liberal visions and actual power in grassroots civil society: Local churches and women's empowerment in rural Malawi, in: Journal of Modern African Studies, vol. 40, pp. 273-301.[7670]

Religion - Islam

Baumgart dos Santon, Marion (2006): Combating gender based violence through Islam, tradition and law, GTZ, Kachere Press, Blantyre.[7842]

Religion - traditional rituals and spirit mediumship

Kaspin, Deborah (1999): The lion at the waterhole: The secrets of life and death in Chewa rites de passage, in: Moore, Henrietta L. / Sanders, Todd / Kaare, Bwire (eds.):Those who play with fire: Gender, fertility and transformation in East and Southern Africa, Athlone Press, New Brunswick, pp. 83-99.[10255]

Rights - human rights violations gender based violence

Baumgart dos Santon, Marion (2006): Combating gender based violence through Islam, tradition and law, GTZ, Kachere Press, Blantyre.[10476]

Burton, Patrick (2005): Suffering at school, Results of the Malawi gender-based violence in school survey, Institute of Security Studies, Pretoria.[10477]

Kathewera-Banda, Maggie / Gomile-Chidyaona-Gomile, Flossie et al. (2005): Sexual violence and women’s vulnerability to HIV tansmission in Malawi, A rights issue, in: International Social Science Journal, no. 186, pp. 609-620.[10478]

Pelser, E. / Gondwe, L. et al. (2005): Intimate partner violence, Results from a national gender based violence study in Malawi, ISS, Pretoria.[10479]

Saur, Maria (2005): Nkhanza, Listening to people’s voices, A study of gender-based violence Nkhanza in three districts of Malawi, Kachere Series, Blantyre.[10480]

White, Seodi Venekai-Rudo / Kaunda, Dorothy Nya et al. (2002): Dispossessing the widow, Gender based violence in Malawi, WLSA Publications, Blantyre.[10481]

Zula, Kamanga (2008): Stop gender based violence, Twenty three stories, Kachere Publications, Blantyre.[10482]

Rights - Women Human Rights and legal system

Boyd, Lydia / Burrill, Emily (eds.) (2020): Legislating gender and sexuality in Africa, Human rights, society, and the state, University of Wisconsin Press, Madison.[11098]

Chanock, Martin (1982): Making customary law - Men, women, and courts in colonial Northern Rhodesia, in: Hay, Margaret / Wright, Marcia (eds.): African women and the law - Historical perspectives, Boston, pp. 53-67.[11099]

Chanock, Martin (1987): Law, custom and social order - The colonial experience in Malawi and Zambia, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.[11100]

Chirwa, Vera (2008): Fearless fighter, An autobiography, Zed Books, London.[11101]

Chiweza, Asiyati (2005): Women's inheritance rights in Malawi: The role of district assemblies, in: Development in Practice, vol. 15, pp. 83-89.[11102]

Chiweza, Asiyati (2005): Women's inheritance rights in Malawi: The role of district assemblies, in: Development in Practice, vol. 15, pp. 83-89.[11122]

Chiweza, Asiyati (2008): The challenges of promoting legal empowerment in developing countries, Women’s land ownership and inheritance rights in Malawi, in: Banik, Dan (ed.): Rights and legal empowerment in eradicating poverty, Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 201-216.[11123]

Hansen, J.D. / Luckert, M.K. et al. (2005): Tree planting under customary tenure systems in Malawi: Impacts of marriage and inheritance patterns, in: Agricultural Systems, vol. 84, pp. 99-118.[11103]

Malawi Law Commission (2005): Overview and issues of gender-based law reform in Malawi, Publication of the Malawi Law Commission, Lilongwe.[11104]

Mvududu, Sara (2005): Lobola: Its implications for women's reproductive rights in Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland, Zambia, and Zimbabwe, WLSA Publications/ Weaver Press, Harare.[11105]

Peters, Pauline (1997): Against many odds: Matriliny, land and gender in the Shire highlands of Malawi, in: Critique of Anthropology, vol. 17, pp. 189-210.[11106]

Ribohn, Ulrika (2002): `Human rights and the multiparty system have swallowed our traditions': Conceiving women and culture in the new Malawi, in: Englund, Harri (ed.): A democracy of chameoleons: Politics and culture in the New Malawi, Nordic African Institute,Uppsala.[11107]

Rose, Laurel (2002): Women's strategies for customary land access in Swaziland and Malawi: A comparative study, in: Africa Today, vol. 49, no. 2, pp. 123-149.[11108]

Semu, Linda (2002): Kamuzu's Mbumba: Malawi women's embeddedness to culture in the face of international political pressure and internal legal change, in: Africa Today, vol. 49, no. 2, pp. 77-100.[11109]

Women and Law in Southern Africa Research Trust (WLSA) (2000): In search for justice, Women and the administration of justice in Malawi, WLSA Publications, Blantyre.[11110]

Women and Law in Southern Africa Research Trust (WLSA) (2001): A critical analysis of women’s access to land in the WLSA countries, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe, WLSA Publication, Harare.[11111]

Women and Law in Southern Africa Research Trust (WLSA) (2002): Dispossessing the widow: Gender based violence in Malawi. Written by Seodi Venekai-Rudo White & Dorothy nya Kaunda Kamanga et al., WLSA Publications, Blantyre. [11112]

Women and Law in Southern Africa Research Trust (WLSA) (2002): Lobola, Its implications for women’s reproductive rights in Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe, Weaver Press, Harare.[11113]

society - families marriages

Ansell, Nicola / van Blerk, Lorraine (2004): Children’s migration as a household/family strategy, Coping with AIDS in Lesotho and Malawi, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 30, no. 3, pp. 673-690.[8720]

Biran, Adam / Abbot, Joanne / Marce, Ruth (2004): Families and firewood, A comparative analysis of the costs and benefits of children in firewood collection and use in two rural communities in Sub-Saharan Africa, in: Human Ecology, vol. 32, no. 1, pp. 1-25.[8721]

Hansen, J.D. / Luckert, M.K. et al. (2005): Tree planting under customary tenure systems in Malawi: Impacts of marriage and inheritance patterns, in: Agricultural Systems, vol. 84, pp. 99-118.[8722]

Hirschmann, David / Vaughan, Megan (1983): Food production and income generating in a matrilineal society: Rural women in Zomba, Malawi, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 86-99.[8723]

Kaler, Amy (2001): ‘Many divorces and many spinsters’: Marriage as an invented tradition in southern Malawi, 1946-1999, in: Journal of Family History, vol. 26, no. 4, pp. 529-556.[8726]

Leach, Martin / Kamangira, John (1997): Shortgun wedding or happy marriage? Integrating PRA and sample survey in Malawi, in: PLA Notes, vol. 28, pp. 42-46.[8724]

Lovett, M.E. (1997): From sisters to wives and slaves, Redefining matriliny and the lives of Lakeside Tonga women, 1885-1955, in: Critique of Anthropology, vol. 17, no. 2, pp. 171-187.[8725]

Marshall, A. (1989): Malawi campaigns for smaller families, in: Population, vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 13-19.[8727]

Miller, Kate / Zulu, Eliya Msiyaphazi / Watkins, Susan Cotts (2001): Gender and husband-wife survey responses in Malawi, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 32, no. 2, pp. 161-163.[8728]

Mtika, Mike Mathambo (2003): Family transfers in a subsistence economy and under a high incidence of HIV/AIDS, The case of rural Malawi, in: Journal of Contemporary African Studies, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 69-92.[8729]

Phiri, Kings, M. (1983): Some changes in the matrilineal family system of Malawi since the 19th century, in: Journal of African History, vol. 24, no. 2, pp. 257-283.[8730]

Reniers, Georges (2003): Divorce and remarriage in rural Malawi, in: Demographic Research, Special Collection, 1, pp. 175-206.[8731]

Ueyama, Mika / Yamauchi, Futoshi (2008): Marriage behaviour response to prime-age adult mortality, Evidence from Malawi, IFPRI Discussion Paper, no. 764, IFPRI, Washington DC.[8732]

society - homosexuality / sexual minorities

Biruk, Crystal (2014): `Aid for gays´, The moral and the material in `African homophobia in post-2009 Malawi, in: Journal of Modern African Studies, vol. 52, no. 3, pp. 447–473.[11773]

Biruk, Crystal / Trapence, Gift (2018): Community engagement in an economy of harms, Reflections from an LGBTI-rights NGO in Malawi, in: Critical Public Health, vol. 28, no. 3, pp. 340-351.[11772]

Chanika, Emmie / Lwanda, John / Muula, Adamson (2013): Gender, gays and gain, The sexualised politics of donor aid in Malawi, in: Africa Spectrum, vol. 48, no. 1, pp. 89-105.[9051]

Currier, Ashley (2020): Politicizing sex in contemporary Afria, Homophobia in Malawi, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.[9052]

Currier, Ashley (2014): Arrested solidarity, Obstacles to intermovement support for LGBT rights in Malawi, in: WSQ Women´s Studies Quarterly, vol. 42, no. 3 and 4, pp. 146–163.[11774]

Englund, Harri (2021): Love and homophobia in Malawi´s spoken word poetry movement, in: Africa, vol. 91, no. 3, pp. 398-397.[11678]

Mawerenga, Jones Hamburu (2018): The homosexuality debate in Malawi, Mzuni Press, Zomba.[9053]

Xaba, Makhosazana / Biruk, Crystal / Gay and Lesbian Memory Action (2016): Proudly Malawian, Life stories from lesbian and gender-nonconforming individuals, MaThoko´s Books, Braamfontein/Johannesburg.[11723]

society - masculinities

Chakanza, J.E. (ed.) (2005): Initiation rites for boys in Momwe society in Malawi and other essays, Kachere Publishers, Blantyre.[9279]

society - migration and urbanisation

Boeder, R.B. (1973): The effects of labour migration on rural life in Malawi, in: Rural Africana, no. 20, pp. 37-46.[9706]

Gregory, Joel W. / Mandala, Elias (1987): Dimensions of conflict: Migrant labor from colonial Malawi and Zambia, 1900-1945, in: Cordell, Dennis D. / Gregory, Joel W. (eds.): African population and capitalism: Historical perspectives, Westview Press, Boulder, pp. 221-240.[9707]

Power, Joey (1995): Eating the property, Gender roles and economic change in urban Malawi, Blantyre-Limbe 1907-1953, in: Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol. 29, no. 1, pp. 79-109.[9708]

society - women's organisations

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