Literature Database on Gender in Subsahara Africa

Literature regarding Zambia

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

Akeroyd, Anne V. (1989): Gender, food production and property rights: Constraints on women farmers in Southern Africa, in: Afshar, Haleh (ed.): Women, development and survival in the Third World, Routledge Publications, London, pp.139-171.[1219]

Araki, Minako (2001): Different meanings and interests over women’s clubs in rural Zambia, An ethnography of development in practice, in: Africa Studies Monographs, vol. 22, no. 4, pp.175-193.[1220]

Barnett, Tony / Tumushabe, Joseph / Batebye, Grace et al. (1995): The social and economic impact of HIV/AIDS on farming systems and livelihoods in rural Africa, Some experiences from Uganda, Tanzania, and Zambia, in: Journal of International Development, 7, 1, pp.163-176.[1222]

Baylies, Carolyn (2002): The impact of AIDS on rural households in Africa, A shock like any other? in: Development and Change, vol. 33, no. 4, pp.611-632.[1221]

Beck, Josephine / Dorlöcher, Sabine (1987): „Wahileyi“ - Where have you been when your sister cultivated the fields? Women’s agricultural activities as a basis for subsistence and their economic independence, in: Crehan, Kate / Oppen, Achim von (Hg.): Is small beautiful?, Small-scale producers, informal activities and development in their social and economic context, Case studies on rural and urban Zambia, Schwerpunkt Entwicklungssoziologie, Institut für Soziologie, Arbeitspapiere zu Wirtschaft, Gesellschaft und Politik in Entwicklungsländern, No. 8, FU-Berlin, pp.1-115.[1223]

Beck, Josephine / Dorlöcher, Sabine (1990): Die Instabilität der Ehebeziehungen als Motor weiblicher Einkommensstrategien im Lebenslauf zambischer Kleinbäuerinnen, in: Elwert, Georg / Kohle, Martin / Müller, Harald (Hg.): Im Lauf der Zeit, Stuttgart, pp.156-168.[1224]

Chabala, Charles / Gichira, Robert, N. (1989): Zambia: Intrahousehold dynamics and FSR/E in Zambia: A case study of traditional recommendation domains in Central Province, in: Feldstein, Hilary Sims / Poats, Susan, V. (eds.): Working together, Gender analysis in agriculture, vol. 1: Case Studies, Kumarian Press, West Hartford, pp.241-267.[1225]

Chapoto, Antony et al. (2006): Security for widows, Access to land in the era of HIV/AIDS, Panel Survey, Evidence from Zambia, Department of Agriculture, Food and Resources, Michigan State University, Michigan.[1226]

Cliggett, Lisa (2005): Grains from grass, Aging, gender and famine in rural Africa, Cornell University Press, Ithaca.[1227]

Crehan, Kate (1983): Women and development in North Western Zambia: From producer to housewife, in: Review of African Political Economy, vol. 27/28, pp.51-66.[1228]

Crehan, Kate (1997): Of communities and landscapes, in: Crehan, Kate (ed.): The fractured community, Landscapes of power and gender in rural Zambia, University of California Press, Berkeley, pp.224-233.[1229]

Drescher, Axel (1998): Hausgärten in afrikanischen Räumen, Bewirtschaftung nachhaltiger Produktionssysteme und Strategien der Ernährungssicherung in Zambia und Zimbabwe, Centaurus-Verlag, Pfaffenweiler.[1230]

Due, J.M. / Mudenda, T. / Miller, Patricia (1984): How do rural women perceive development, A case study from Zambia, WID working papers no. 63, Michigan State University, East Lansing.[1233]

Due, J.M. / Mudenda, T. / Miller, Patricia (1986): Women’s contribution to farming systems and household income in Zambia, in: Ahfad Journal, 3, 2, pp.52-61. (und veröffentlicht als Working Paper no. 85, Women in International Development, Michigan State University, Boston.)[1234]

Due, Jean (1987): African women’s perceptions of development: Contrasts between Tanzania and Zambia, in: Journal of Rural Studies, vol. 3, no. 1, pp.23-29.[1231]

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.[1232]

Due, Jean / White, Marcia (1986): Contrasts between joint and female headed farm households in Zambia, in: Eastern Africa Economic Review, vol. 2, no. 1, pp.94-98.[1235]

Foster, Susan (1993): Maize production, drought and AIDS in Monze District, Zambia, in: Health Policy and Planning, vol. 8, no. 3, pp.247-254.[1236]

Frischmuth, Christiane (1998): From crops to gender relations: Transforming extension in Zambia, in: Guijt, Irene / Shah, Meera Kaul (eds.): The myths of community, Gender issues in participatory development, IT-Publications, London, pp.196-209.[1237]

Geisler, Gisela (1990): Be quiet and suffer, Die Politik der Geschlechterbeziehungen in einer ländlichen Gemeinde in Zambia, Hamburg. [1238]

Geisler, Gisela (1992): Who is losing out? Structural adjustment, gender, and the agricultural sector in Zambia, in: Journal of Modern African Studies, vol. 30, no. 1, pp.113-139.[1239]

Hamaundu, Nawina (1993): Women in the Eastern Province, More hit by drought and yet more enduring, in: Focus on Gender, vol. 1, no. 1, pp.41-44.[1240]

Harrison, Elizabeth (2000): Men, women and work in rural Zambia, in: European Journal of Development Research, vol. 12, no. 2, pp.53-71.[1241]

Hudgens, Robert (1988): A diagnosic survey in the Central Province of Zambia, in: Poats, Susan / Schmink, Marianne / Spring, Anita (eds.): Gender issues in farming systems research and extension, Westview Press, Boulder, pp.373-387.[1242]

Jiggins, Janice (1995): Breaking new ground: Reaching out to women farmers in Western Zambia, in: Leonard, Ann (eds.): Seeds, 2: Supporting women’s work around the world, The Feminist Press, New York, pp.17-39.[1243]

Kajoba, Gear (2000): Women and land in Zambia, A case study of small-scale farmers in Chenena village, Chibombe District, Central Zambia, in: Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review, vol. 18, pp.35-61.[1244]

Kalinda, Thomas / Filson, Glenn / Shute, James (2000): Resources, household decision making and organisation of labour in food production among small-scale farmers in Southern Zambia, in: Development Southern Africa, vol. 17, no. 2, pp.165-174.[1245]

Kapungwe, Augustus (2005): Household food security and nutrititional status in Zambia, in: Africa Insight,vol. 3, no. 1, pp.36-43.[1246]

Keller, Bonnie / Mbewe, Dorcas Chilla (1991): Policy and planning for the empowerment of Zambia’s women farmers, in: Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol. 12, no. 1, pp.75-88.[1247]

Kent, Rebecca / MacRae, Mairi (2010): Agricultural livelihoods and nutrition, Exploring the links with women in Zambia, in: Gender and Development, vol. 18, no. 3, pp.387-409.[1248]

Kürschner, Ekkehard et al. (2000): Incorporating HIV/AIDS concerns into participatory rural extension, A multisectoral approach for Southern Province, Zambia, Schriftenreihe des Seminars für ländliche Entwicklung, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, SLE S 188, Margraf Verlag, Weikersheim.[1249]

Larson, Kathryn / Kanyangwa, Joyce (1990): Women in market-oriented agriculture, in: Wood, Adrian Paul / Kean, Stuart / Milimo, John / Warren, Dennis Michael (eds.): The dynamics of agricultural policy and reform in Zambia, Iowa State University Press, Ames, pp.473-493.[1250]

Luig, Ute (1992): Besessenheit als Ausdruck von Frauenkultur, in: Peripherie, Nr. 47/48, pp.111-138.[1251]

Milimo, Mabel (1985): Chikuni fruit and vegetable producers' cooperative society, Zambia - A case study, in: Muntemba, Shimwaayi (ed.): Rural development and women: Lessons from the field, vol. I, ILO Publications, Geneva, pp.21-36.[1252]

Milimo, Mabel (1986): Women, population and food in Africa: The Zambian Case, in: Africa Development, vol. XI, no. 4, pp.95-132. [1253]

Moore, Henrietta / Vaughan, Megan (1987): Cutting down trees: Women, nutrition and agricultural change in the Northern Province of Zambia, 1920-1986, in: African Affairs, vol. 86, pp.523-540.[1254]

Moore, Henrietta / Vaughan, Megan (1994): Cutting down trees, Routledge Publishers, London.[1255]

Muntemba Stjernstedt, Dorothy Ch. (1985): Successful women's projects: The case of Mupona multi-purpose co-operative society, Zambia, in: Muntemba, Shimwaayi (ed.) Rural development and women: Lessons from the field, vol. II, ILO Publications, Geneva, pp.89-98.[1258]

Muntemba, Shimwaayi Maud (1982): Women as food producers and suppliers in the twentieth century: The case of Zambia, in: Development Dialogue, vol. 1-2, pp.29-50. [1256]

Muntemba, Shimwaayi Maud (1982): Women and agricultural change in the railway region of Zambia: Dispossession and counterstrategies, 1930-1970, in: Bay, Edna G. (ed.): Women and work in Africa, Westview Press, Boulder, pp.83-104.[1257]

Mwale, Genevieve / Burnhard, Philip (1992): The women’s views, in: Mwale, Genevieve / Burnhard, Philip: Women and Aids in rural Africa, Avebury Publishers, Aldershot, pp.26-69.[1259]

Richards, Audrey (1936): Land, labour and diet in Northern Rhodesia, New York.[1260]

Skjonsberg, Else (1995): Documenting women’s views through participatory research: Diaries of daily activities in rural Zambia, in: Bryceson, Deborah Fahy (ed.): Women wielding the hoe, Lessons from rural Africa for development theory and practice, Berg Publishers, Oxford, pp.225-236.[1261]

Spring, Anita / Hansen, Art (1985): The underside of development, Agricultural development and women in Zambia, in: Agriculture and Human Values, vol. 2, no. 1., pp.60-67.[1262]

Stromgaart, Peter (1985): A subsistence society under pressure: The Bemba of Northern Zambia, in: Africa, vol. 55, pp.39-58.[1263]

Sutherland, Alistar (1988): The gender factor and technology options for Zambia’s subsistence farming systems, in: Poats, Susan / Schmink, Marianne / Spring, Anita (eds.): Gender issues in farming systems research and extension, Westview Press, Boulder, pp.389-406.[1264]

Tekülve, Maria (2000): So ähnlich wie noch nie – Fortschritt für Frauen? Geschlechterverhältnisse im ländlichen Sambia nach der Strukturanpassung, in: Peripherie, Nr. 77-78, pp.75-98.[1265]

Thembo, Mary / Chola Phiri, Elizabeth (1988): The impact of modern changes in the Chitemene farming system in the Northern Province of Zambia, in: Poats, Susan / Schmink, Marianne / Spring, Anita (eds.): Gender issues in farming systems research and extension, Westview Press, Boulder, pp.361-372.[1266]

UN Habitat (2006): Zambia, Law, land tenure and gender review: Southern Africa, UN-Habitat, Nairobi.[1272]

Webb, Douglas / Paquette, Stefan (2000): The potential role of food aid in mitigation the impacts of HIV/AIDS: The case of Zambia, in: Development in Practice, vol. 10, no. 5, pp. 694-700.[1267]

Whitehead, Ann (1999): ‘Lazy men’, time-use, and rural development in Zambia, in: Gender and Development, vol. 7, no. 3, pp.49-61.[1268]

Whitehead, Ann (2000): Continuities and discontinuities in political constructions of the working man in rural Sub-Saharan Africa, The ‘lazy man’ in African agriculture, in: European Journal of Development Research, vol. 12, no. 3, pp.23-49.[1269]

Wiegers, Esther / Curry, John / Garbero, Alessandra / Hourihan, John (2006): Patterns of vulnerability to AIDS impacts in Zambian households, in: Development and Change, vol. 37, no. 5, pp.1073-1092.[1270]

Wright, Marcia (1983): Technology, marriage and women's work in the history of maize growers in Mazabuka, Zambia, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 10, pp.55-71.[1271]

arts and culture

Cameron, Elizabeth (1998): Women – masks, Initiation art in North-Western Province, Zambia, in: African Arts, vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 50-61.[1580]

Jules-Rosette, Benetta (1989): The women potters of Lusaka, Urban migration and socio-economic adjustment, in: Lindsay, Beverly (ed.): African marriage and national development, Pennsylvania University Press, Pennsylvania, pp. 82-112.[1581]

Phiri, D. et al. (2008): Masks and dances, Mwanapwebo and Maliya, A representation of women at the Center of Social Change in Zambia, in: Signs, Journal of Women in Culture and Society, vol. 33, no. 2, pp. 449-456. [1582]

economy - formal and informal employment

Bardouille,Raj (1981): The sexual division of labour in the urban informal sector, the case of some townships in Lusaka, in: African Social Research, 32, pp. 29-53.[1869]

Chauncey, George (1981): The locus of reproduction: Women’s labour in the Zambian Copperbelt, 1927-1953, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 135-164.[1870]

Jules-Rosette, Benetta (1983): Women’s work in the informal sector, A Zambian case study, Women in Development Papers, no. 3, Michigan State University, East Lansing.[1871]

Jules-Rosette, Benetta (1985): Women and technological change in the informal urban economy: A Zambian case study, in: Safir, Marilyn / Medinick, Martha et al. (eds.): Women’s worlds, Praeger Publications, New York, pp. 58-69.[1872]

Lewis, Cindy (2004): Microfinance from the point of view of women with disabilities in Zambia and Zimbabwe, in: Sweetman, Caroline (ed.): Gender, development and diversity, Oxfam Publications, Oxford, pp. 28-39.[1873]

Parpart, Jane (1985): Working class wives and collective labour action on the Northern Rhodesian Copperbelt, 1926-1964, Working Paper, no. 98, African Studies Centre, Boston University, Boston.[1874]

Schuster, Ilsa (1983): Female white collar workers, A case study of successful developement in Lusaka, Zambia, WID working papers, no. 29, Michigan State University, East Lansing.[1875]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (1975): Married women and work: Expectations from an urban case study, in: African Social Research, 20, pp. 777-799.[1876]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (1982): Planning productive work for married women in a low-income settlement in Lusaka: The case of a small-scale handicrafts industry, in: African Social Research, vol. 33, pp. 211-223.[1877]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (1986): Domestic service in Zambia, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 57-81.[1878]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (1986): Household work as a man’s job - Sex and gender in domestic service in Zambia, in: Anthropology Today, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 18-23.[1879]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (1987): ‘The work history’, Disaggregating the changing terms of poor women’s entry into Lusaka labour work force, WID working papers, no. 134, Michigan State University, East Lansing.[1880]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (1987): Urban women and work, A Zambian case, in: TransAfrica Forum, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 9-24.[1881]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (1989): Distant companies - Servants and employers in Zambia, 1900-1985, Cornell University Press, Ithaca.[1882]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (1989): The black market and women traders in Lusaka, Zambia, in: Parpart, Jane / Staudt, Kathleen (eds.): Women and the state in Africa, Westview Press, Boulder, pp. 143-160.[1883]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (1990): Body politics: Sexuality, gender and domestic service in Zambia, in: Journal of Women’s History, 2, 1, pp. 120-142. (and published in: Stolen, Kristi Ann / Vaa, Mariken (eds.): Gender and change in developing countries, Oslo 1991, pp.3-25. and published in: Jonson-Odim, Cheryl / Strobel, Margaret (eds.): Expanding the boundaries of women’s history, Essays on women in the Third World, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, pp. 3-25.)[1884]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (1999): Second hand clothing encounters in Zambia, Global discourses, Western commodities and local histories, in: Fardon, Richard / van Binsbergen, Wim /van Dijk, Rijk (eds.): Modernity on a shoestring, Dimensions of globalizaiton, consumption and development in Africa and beyond, Eidos Publications, Leiden – London, pp. 215-222.[1885]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (2004): Who rules the streets? The politics of vending space in Lusaka, in: Tranberg Hansen, Karen / Vaa, Mariken (eds.): Reconsidering informality, Perspectives from urban Africa, The Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, pp. 62-80.[1886]

economy - Households

Due, Jean (1986): Women’s contribution to farming systems and household income in Zambia, in: Ahfad Journal, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 52-61.[2019]

Due, Jean (1988): Intra-household gender issues in farming systems in Tanzania, Zambia and Malawi, in: Poasts, Susan / Schmink, Marianne / Spring, Anita (eds.): Gender issues in farming research and extension, Westview Perss, Boulder, pp. 331-344.[2020]

Geisler, Gisela (1993): Silence speak louder than claims: Gender, household, and agricultural development in Southern Africa, in: World Development, vol. 21, no,. 12, pp. 1965-1980.[2021]

Hudgens, R.E. (1988): A diagnosic survey of female headed households in the Central Province of Zambia, in: Poats, S.V. (ed.): Gender issues in farming systems research and extension, Boulder.[2022]

Kalinda, Thomas / Filson, Glenn / Shutte, James (2000): Resources, household decision-making and organisation of labour in food production among small-cale farmers in Zambia, in: Development Southern Africa, vol. 17, no. 2, pp. 165-174.[2023]

Kapungwe, Augustus (2005): Household food security and nutrititional status in Zambia, in: Africa Insight,vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 36-43.[2024]

Parpart, Jane (1986): The household and the mineshaft: Gender and class struggle on the Zambian Copperbelt, 1924-1966, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 36-56.[2025]

Wiegers, Ester et al. (2006): Patterns of vulnerability to AIDS impacts in Zambian households, in: Development and Change, vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 1073-1092.[2026]

economy - markets and traders

Fontana, Mariza (2002): Modelling the effects of trade on women, The case of Zambia, IDS Working Papers, no. 8, Institute of Devlepment Studies (IDS), Brighton.[2233]

Schuster, Ilsa (1982): Marginal lives: Conflicts and contradiction in the position of female traders in Lusaka, Zambia, in: Bay, Edna (ed.): Women and work in Africa, Westview Press, Boulder, pp. 105-126.[2234]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (1980): The urban informal sector as a development issue: Poor women and work in Lusaka, Zambia, in: Urban Anthropology, vol. 9, pp. 199-225.[2235]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (1989): The black market and women traders in Lusaka, Zambia, in: Parpart, Jane / Staudt, Kathleen (eds.): Women and the state in Africa, Westview Press, Boulder, pp. 143-160.[2236]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (1999): Second hand clothing encounters in Zambia, Global discourses, Western commodities and local histories, in: Fardon, Richard / van Binsbergen, Wim /van Dijk, Rijk (eds.): Modernity on a shoestring, Dimensions of globalizaiton, consumption and development in Africa and beyond, Eidos Publications, Leiden – London, pp. 215-222.[2237]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (2004): Who rules the streets? The politics of vending space in Lusaka, in: Tranberg Hansen, Karen / Vaa, Mariken (eds.): Reconsidering informality, Perspectives from urban Africa, The Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, pp. 62-80.[2238]

economy - pastoralism

no entries to this combination of country and topic

education schooling and tertiary education

Gadsden, Fay (1993): Patriarchal attitudes, male control over and politics towards female education in Northern Rhodesia, 1924-1963, in: Zambia Journal of History, vol. 6/7, pp. 25-45.[2914]

Kasonde-Ng’andu, Sophie / Chilala, Namiloli Winnie (1999): Gender and primary schooling in Zambia, Partnership for strategic resource planning for girls’ education in Africa, IDS Research Report, no. 39, Institute of Development Studies (IDS), Brighton.[2915]

Longwe, Hlupekile Sara (2008): Education for women’s empowerment, The example of refugee camps in Zambia, in: Adult Education and Development, pp. 23-34.[2916]

Mitchell, Claudia / Blaeser, Marilyn et. al. (1999): Girl’s education in Zambia, Everyone’s responsibility, A policy framework for participatory process, in: International Review of Education, vol. 45, no. 5/6, pp. 417-430.[2917]

Morrow, Sean (1986): „No girl leaves school unmarried“: Mabel Shaw and the education of girls at Mbereshi, Northern Rhodesia, 1915-1940, in: International Journal of African Historical Studies, vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 601-636.[2918]

Mulenga, Friday (2003): Gender in undergraduate history research at the University of Zambia, 1981-2001, in: Zwede, Bahru (ed.): Land, gender and the periphery, Themes in the history of Eastern and Southern Africa, OSSREA Publications, Addis Ababa, pp. 15-30.[2919]

Schuster, Ilsa (1987): Kinship, life cycle and education in Lusaka, in: Journal of Comparative Family Studies, vol. 18, no. 3, pp. 363-384.[2920]

Swainson, Nicola (1995): Redressing gender inequalities in education: A review of constraints and priorities in Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe, ODA, London.[2921]

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.[2922]

health - fgc fgm

no entries to this combination of country and topic

health - HIV AIDS and gender

Abrahamsen, Rita (1997): Gender dimensions of AIDS in Zambia, in: Journal of Gender Studies, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 177-189.[4043]

Agha, Sohail (1998): Sexual activity and condome use in Lusaka, Zambia, in: International Family Planning Perspectices, vol. 24, no. 1, pp. 32-37.[4044]

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.[4045]

Baylies, Carolyn (2000): The impact of HIV on the family size in Zambia, in: Reproductive Health Matters, vol. 8, no. 15, pp. 77-86.[4046]

Baylies, Carolyn / Bujra, Janet (eds.) (2000): AIDS, sexualities and gender in Africa, Collective strategies and struggles in Tanzania and Zambia, Routledge, London.[4047]

Bond, V. / Dover, Paul (1997): Men, women and the trouble with condomes, Problems associated with condome use by migrant workers in rural Zambia, in: Health Transition Review, vol. 7, pp. 377-391.[4048]

Bond, V. et al. (2002): Stigma, HIV/AIDS and prevention of mother-to-child transmission in Zambia, in: Evaluation and Program Planning, vol. 25, no. 4, pp. 347-356.[4049]

Bujra, Janet / Baylies, Carolyn (1999): Solidarity and stress, Gender and local mobilization in Tanzania and Zambia, in: Aggleton, Peter / Hart, Graham / Davies, Peter (eds.): Families and communities responding to Aids, UCL Press, London, pp. 35-52.[4050]

Campbell, T. / Kelly, M. (1995): Women and AIDS in Zambia, in: AIDS Care, vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 365-373.[4051]

Chapoto, A. / Jayne, T.S. et al. (2006): Security of widow’s access to land in the era of HIV/AIDS, Panel survey of evidence from Zambia, Food Security Research Project, Working Paper, Lusaka.[4052]

Chapoto, A. / Jayne, T.S. et al. (2006): Impact of AIDS-related mortality on farm household welfare in Zambia, in: Economic Development and Cultural Change, vol. 56, no. 2, pp. 327-374.[4053]

Colson, Elizabeth (2004): AIDS und Verhaltensänderung am Beispiel des Gwembe-Tals in Sambia, in: Peripherie, Nr. 93/94, pp. 42-63.[4054]

Dahlbäck, Elisabeth et al. (2006): Zambian male adolescents’ perceptions about premarital sexual relationships, in: African Journal of AIDS Research, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 257-264.[4055]

Djamba, Y.K. (1997): Financial capital and premarital sexual activity in Africa, The case of Zambia, in: Population Research and Policy Review, vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 243-257.[4056]

Glynn, Judith / Carael, Michel et al. (2001): Why do young women have a much higher prevalence of HIV than young men? A study in Kisumu, Kenya and Ndola, Zambia, in: AIDS, vol. 15, (supplement 4), pp. 51-60.[4057]

Human Rights Watch (2002): Suffering in silence, The links between human rights abuses and HIV transmission to girls in Zambia, Human Rights Watch, New York.[4058]

Human Rights Watch (2007): Hidden in the mealie meal, Gender-based abuses and the treatment of HIV in Zambia, Human Rights Watch, vol. 19, no. 18 (A), New York.[4059]

ICRW (International Centre for Research on Women) (2002): Addressing AIDS related stigma and resulting discrimination in Africa, A three country study in Ethiopia, Tanzania and Zambia, ICRW, Washington D.C.[4060]

Kapungwe, Augustus (2003): Traditional cultural practices of imparting sex education and the fight against HIV/AIDS, The case of initiation ceremonies for girls in Zambia, in: African Sociological Review, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 35-52.[4061]

Kimuna, Sitawa / Djamba, Yanyi (2005): Wealth and extramarital relations among men in Zambia, in: International Family Planning Perspectives, vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 83-89.[4062]

Malungo, Jacob R. (1999): Challenges to sexual behavioural changes in the era of AIDS, Sexual cleansing and levirate marriage in Zambia, in: Caldwell, John et al. (eds.): Resistances to behavioural change to reduce HIV/AIDS infection in predominantly heterosexual epidemics in Third World countries, Canberra, pp. 41-57. [4063]

Malungo, Jacob R. (2001): Sexual cleansing (Kusalazya) and levirate marriage (Kunjilila mung’anda) in the era of AIDS, Changes in perception and practices in Zambia, in: Social Sciences and Medicine, vol. 53, no. 3, pp. 371-382.[4064]

Mendenhall, E. / Muzizi, L. et al. (2007): Property grabbing and will writing in Lusaka, Zambia, An examination of wills of HIV infected cohabiting couples, in: AIDS Care, vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 369-374.[4065]

Merten, S. / Haller, T. (2007): Culture, changing livelihoods, and HIV/AIDS discourse, Reframing the institutionalization of fish-for-sex in the Zambian Kafue flats, in: Culture, Health and Sexuality, vol. 9. no. 1, pp. 69-83.[4066]

Morgensen, H.O. (1997): The narrative of AIDS among the Tonga of Zambia, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 44, no. 4, pp. 432-439.[4067]

Mwale, Genevieve / Burnhard, Philip (1992): Women and AIDS in rural Africa, Rural womens views of AIDS in Zambia, Avebury Press, Aldershot.[4068]

Ndubani, P. / Hojer, B. (2001): Sexual behaviour and sexually transmitted diseases among young men in Zambia, in: Health Policy Planning, vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 107-112.[4069]

Nyblade, Laura / Field, M.L. (2000): Community involvement in prevention of mother-to-child-transmission (PMTCT) initiatives, Women, communities and the preventin of mother-to-child transmission of HIV, Issues and findings from community research in Botswana and Zambia, ICRW, Washington D.C.[4070]

Nyblade, Laura et al. (2003): Distangling HIV and AIDS stigma in Ethiopia, Tanzania and Zambia, ICRW, Washington D.C.[4071]

Offe, Johanna (2004): ‚Taking death away’, Veränderungen des Witwenreinigungsrituals in Folge von AIDS, Vorläufige Ergebnisse einer Fallstudie bei den Bemba in Sambia, in: Dilger, Hansjörg / Wolf, Angelika / Frömming, Urte Undine / Volker-Saad, Kerstin (Hrsg.): Moderne und postkoloniale Transformation, Weißensee-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 162-176.[4072]

Offe, Johanna (2010): Witwen und die AIDS-Krise in Sambia, Konstanz University Press, Konstanz.[4073]

Ruthenberg, Naomi et al. (2000): Reproductive decision-making in the context of HIV/AIDS, A qualitative study in Ndola, Zambia, in: International Family Planning Perspectives, vol. 26, no. 3, pp. 124-130.[4074]

Simpson, Anthony (2005): Sons and fathers / boys to men in the time of AIDS, Learning masculinity in Zambia, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 31, no. 3, pp. 569-586.[4075]

Webb, Douglas / Paquette, Stefan (2000): The potential role of food aid in mitigation the impacts of HIV/AIDS: The case of Zambia, in: Development in Practice, vol. 10, no. 5, pp. 694-700.[4076]

Weinberger, Elisabeth (1993): Arme städtische Frauen und Aids, Das Beispiel Lusaka, Sambia, in: Landauer, Harald (Hg.): Vergessene dritte Welt, Pfaffenweiler, pp.123-141.[4077]

Yamba, Bawa (1997): Cosmologies in turmoil, Witchfinding and AIDS in Chiwa, Zambia, in: Africa, vol. 67, no. 2, pp. 200-223.[4078]

health - reproduction and fertility

Biddlecom, Ann / Kaona, Frederick (2004): The nature of unmet need for contraception in Ndola, Zambia, in: Agyei Mensah, Samuel (ed.): Reproduction and social context in Sub-Saharan Africa, Greenwood Press, Westport, pp. 126-147.[4881]

Castle, M.A. / Likwa, R. / Whittaker, M. (1990): Observations on abortion in Zambia, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 21, no. 4, pp. 231-235.[4882]

Dahlbäck, Elisabeth et al. (2003): ‚I am happy that god made me a boy’, Zambian adolescent boys’ perception about growing into manhood, in: African Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 49-62.[4883]

Dahlbäck, Elisabeth et al. (2006): Zambian male adolescents’ perceptions about premarital sexual relationships, in: African Journal of AIDS Research, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 257-264.[4884]

Djamba, Y.K. (1997): Financial capital and premarital sexual activity in Africa, The case of Zambia, in: Population Research and Policy Review, vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 243-257.[4885]

Dover, P. (1995): ‘I want to play with a woman’, Gender relations, sexuality and reproductive health in rural Zambia, Stockholm, Development Studies Unit, Department of Anthropology, University of Stockholm.[4886]

Kankasa, Chipepo, Siwale, Margret et al. (2005): Socioeconomic and reproductive factors associated with condome use within and outside of marriage among urban pregnant women in Zambia, in: African Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 128-136.[4887]

Kapungwe, A. (2003): The traditional cultural practices of imparting sex education and the fight against HIV/AIDS, The case of initiation ceremonies for girls in Zambia, in: African Sociological Review, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 35-52.[4888]

Kimuna, Sitawa / Djamba, Yanyi (2005): Wealth and extramarital relations among men in Zambia, in: International Family Planning Perspectives, vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 83-89.[4889]

Ndubani, P. / Hojer, B. (1999): Traditional healers and the treatment of sexually transmitted illnesses in rural Zambia, in: Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol. 67, pp. 15-25.[4890]

Rasing, Thera (1995): Passing on the rites of passage, Girl’s initiation rites in the context of an urban roman catholic community on the Zambian Copperbelt, Amsterdam / Leiden, African Studies Centre, Ashagate Publishing, Aldershot.[4891]

Rasing, Thera (2001): The bush burnt, The stones remain, Female initiation rites in urban Zambia, Lit-Verlag, Münster.[4892]

Rasing, Thera (2004): The persistance of female initiation rites, Reflexivity and resilience of women in Zambia, in: African Dynamics, vol. 3, pp. 277-309.[4893]

Richards, Audrey (1995): Chisungu, A girl’s initiation ceremony among the Bemba of Zambia, Lit-Verlag, Münster.[4894]

UNPF (2005): Rapid socio-cultural research as a methodoloy for informing sexual and reproductive health, UNPF, Lusaka.[4895]

Women and Law in Southern Africa (WLSA) (2002): Lobola, Its implications for women’s reproductive rights in Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe, Weaver Press, Harare.[4896]

health

Loh, Cindy (2003): Assessing culturally bound beliefs related to diarreal diseases among rural women, Chipata District, Zambia, in: International Quarterly of Community Health Education, vol. 21, no. 3, pp. 257-269.[5088]

Ndubani, P. / Hojer, B. (1999): Traditional healers and the treatment of sexually transmitted illnesses in rural Zambia, in: Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol. 67, pp. 15-25.[5089]

Nyashanu, Mathew/Ikhile, Deborah/Thamary, Karonga/Chireshe, Rumbidzai (2020): The impact of COVID-19 lockdown in a developing country, Narratives of self-employed women in Ndola, Zambia, In: Health Care for Women International, vol 41, issue 11-12, pp. 1370-1383.[11621]

Schuster, Ilsa (1981): Perspectives in development: The problem of nurses and nursing in Zambia, in: Nelson, Nici (ed.): African women in the development process, London, pp. 77-98. (and published in Journal of Development Studies, vol. 17, pp. 77-90)[5090]

Wright, Marcia (1988): Women and children's health in Southern Africa: A reconnaisance in Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Botswana, in: Wright, Marcia / Stein, Zena A. / Scandlyn, Jean (eds.): Women's health and apartheid: The health of women and children and the future of progressive primary health care in Southern Africa, Columbia University Press, New York, pp. 143-158.[5091]

history colonialism and pre-colonial history

Ault, James (1983): Making ‘modern’ marriages ‘traditional’, State power amdn the regulation of marriage in colonial Zambia, in: Theory and Society, vol. 12, pp.181-210.[5635]

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.[5636]

Chanock, Martin (1987): Law, custom and social order - The colonial experience in Malawi and Zambia, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.[5637]

Gadsden, Fay (1993): Patriarchal attitudes, male control over and politics towards female education in Northern Rhodesia, 1924-1963, in: Zambia Journal of History, vol. 6/7, pp. 25-45.[5638]

Moore, Henrietta / Vaughan, Mergan (1987): Cutting down trees: Women, nutrition and agricultural change in the Northern Province of Zambia, 1920-1986, in: African Affairs, 86, pp. 523-540.[5639]

Moore, Henrietta / Vaughan, Mergan (1994): Cutting down trees - Gender, nutrition and agricultural change in the Northern Province of Zambia, c.1890-1990, London.[5640]

Morrow, Sean (1986): „No girl leaves school unmarried“: Mabel Shaw and the education of girls at Mbereshi, Northern Rhodesia, 1915-1940, in: International Journal of African Historical Studies, vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 601-636.[5641]

Parpart, Jane (1985): Working class wives and collective labour action on the Northern Rhodesian Copperbelt, 1926-1964, Working Paper, no. 98, African Studies Centre, Boston University, Boston.[5642]

Parpart, Jane (1986): Class and gender on the copperbelt: Women in Northern Rhodesian copper mining communities, 1926-1964, in: Robertson, Claire / Berger, Iris (eds.): Women and class in Africa, Boulder, pp. 141-160.[5643]

Parpart, Jane (1986): The household and the mineshaft: Gender and class struggle on the Zambian Copperbelt, 1924-1966, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 36-56.[5644]

Parpart, Jane (1988): Sexuality and power on the Zambian copperbelt, 1926-1964, in: Stichter, Sharon / Parpart, Jane (eds.): Patriarchy and class, African women in the home and the workforce, Westview Press, Boulder, pp. 115-138.[5645]

Parpart, Jane (1991): Gender, ideology and power: Marriage in the colonial Copperbelt towns of Zambia, African Studies Seminar Paper No. 284, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.[5646]

Parpart, Jane (1994): Where is your mother? Gender, Urban marriage, and colonial discource on the Zamiban Copperbelt, 1924-1945, in: International Journal of African Historical Studies, vol. 27, no. 2, pp. 241-270.[5647]

Parpart, Jane (2001): “Wicked women” and “respectable ladies”: Reconfiguration of gender on the Zambian Copperbelt, 1936-1964, in: Hodgson, Dorothy / McCurdy, Sheryl (eds.): „Wicked“ women and the reconfiguration of gender, James Currey, Oxford, pp. 274-292.[5648]

Richards, Audrey (1995): Land, labour and diet in Northern Rhodesia, Lit-Verlag, Münster.[5649]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (1992): White women in a changing world: employment, voluntary work, and sex in Post-World War II Northern Rhodesia, in: Western women and imperialism, Complicity and resistance, in: Chaudhuri, Nupur / Strobel, Margaret, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, pp. 247-268.[5650]

Literature

Chilala, Cheela (2013): Through the male eyes, Gendered styles in contemporary Zambian fiction, in: Chirambo, Reuben Makayiko / Makokha, J.K.S. (eds.): Reading contemporary African literature, Brill -Rodopi, Leiden, pp. 91-108. [11775]

media

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politics - wars violent conflicts

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politics

Allen, Chris (1991): Gender, participation, and radicalism in African nationalism, Its contemporary significance, in: Cohen, Robin / Goulbourne, Harry (eds.): Democracy and socialism in Africa, Westview Press, Boulder, pp. 199-215.[7555]

Crehan, Kate (1997): The fractured community, Landscapes of power and gender in rural Zambia, University of California, Berkeley.[7556]

Crehan, Kate (1999): The rules of the game, The political location of women in North Western Zambia, in: Hyslop, J.(ed.): African democracy in the era of globalization, Witwatersrand University Press, Johannesburg, pp. 139-151.[7557]

Cutshall, Charles (1981): The role of women in disputing among the Ila of Zambia, Political adaptation in legal change, Working Papers, no. 46, African Studies Centre, Boston.[7558]

Ferguson, Anne E. / Katundu, Beatrice Liatto (1994): Women in politics in Zambia, What difference has democracy made? in: African Rural and Urban Studies, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 11-29.[7560]

Gadsden, Fay (1993): Patriarchal attitudes, male control over and politics towards female education in Northern Rhodesia, 1924-1963, in: Zambia Journal of History, vol. 6/7, pp. 25-45.[7559]

Geisler, Gisela (1987): Sisters under the skin: Women in the Women’s League in Zambia, in: Journal of Modern African Studies, vol. 25, no. 1, pp. 42-66.[7561]

Geisler, Gisela (1990): Die Politik der Geschlechterbeziehungen in einer ländlichen Gemeinde in Zambia: „Be quiet and suffer“, Arbeiten aus dem Institut für Afrikakunde, 66, Hamburg.[7562]

Geisler, Gisela (1995): Troubled sisterhood: Women and politics in Southern Africa, Case studies from Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana, in: African Affairs, vol. 94, pp. 545-578.[7563]

Glazer, Ilsa (Ilsa Schuster) (1997): Alcohol and politics in urban Zambia, The intersection of gender and class, in: Mikell, Gwendolyn (Hg.): African feminism - The politics of survival in Sub-Saharan Africa, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, pp. 142-158.[7564]

Liatto-Katunda, B. (1993): The women’s lobby and gender relations in Zambia, in: Review of African Political Economy, no. 56, pp. 97-125.[7565]

Nalumango, Mbuyu / Sifuniso, Monde (1998): Women power in politics, Zambia Women Writers, National Women’s Lobby Group, Lusaka.[7566]

Osei-Hwedie, Bertha (2001): Constraints on women’s participation in Zambian politics, A comparative analysis of the first, second and third republics, in: Rwomire, Apollo (ed.): African women and children, Crisis and response, Praeger Publishers, Westport, pp. 159-184.[7567]

Schuster, Ilsa (1985): Politcal women, the Zambian experience, in: Safir, M. / Mednick, M. et al. (Hg.): Women’s world, New York, pp. 189-198.[7568]

Van Klinken, Adriaan (2020): Homosexuality, politics, and pentecostal nationalim in Zambia, in: Spronk, Rachel / Hendriks, Thomas (eds.): Readings in sexualities from Africa, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, pp. 269-282.[7569]

Religion - Christianity

Hinfelaar, Hugo (1994): Bemba-speaking women of Zambia in a century of religious change (1892-1992), Brill Publishers, Leiden.[7739]

Jules-Rosette, Benetta (1979): Women as ceremonial leaders in an African church, The Apostoles of John Maranke, in: Jules-Rosette (ed.): The new religions of Africa, Noorwood, pp. 127-144.[7738]

Rasing, Thera (1995): Passing on the rites of passage, Girl’s initiation rites in the context of an urban roman catholic community on the Zambian Copperbelt, Amsterdam / Leiden, African Studies Centre, Ashagate Publishing, Aldershot.[7740]

Religion - Islam

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Religion - traditional rituals and spirit mediumship

Hinfelaar, Hugo (1994): Bemba-speaking women of Zambia in a century of religious change (1892-1992), Brill Publishers, Leiden.[10315]

Jules-Rosette, Benetta (1979): Women as ceremonial leaders in an African church, The Apostoles of John Maranke, in: Jules-Rosette (ed.): The new religions of Africa, Noorwood, pp. 127-144.[10316]

Jules-Rosette, Benetta (1980): Changing aspects of women’s initiation in Southern Africa, An exploratory study, in: Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol. 13, pp. 389-405.[10317]

Rights - human rights violations gender based violence

Daka, Joseph (2004): Sexual offences in Zambia and how police deal with them, Lusaka.[10784]

Human Rights Watch (2002): Suffering in silence, The links between human rights abuses and HIV transmission to girls in Zambia, Human Rights Watch, New York.[10785]

Munalula, Margaret M. / Mwenda, Winnie A. (1998): Shelter and gendered power relations, A study of spousal homicide in Zambia, in: Larsson, Anita (ed.): Changing gender relations in Southern Africa, Issues of urban life, ISAS, Roma, pp. 244-265.[10786]

Rude, Darlene (1999): Reasonable men and provocative women, An analysis of gendered domestic homicide in Zambia, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 25, no. 1, pp. 7-28.[10787]

Simpson, Anthony (2005): Sons and fathers / boys to men the time of AIDS, Learning masculinity in Zambia, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 31, no. 3, pp. 569-586.[10788]

Sutherland, Ann / Sakala, Felicia (2002): Using visual techniques to initiate discussions on gender violence in Zambia, in: Cornwall, Andrea / Welbourn, Alice (eds.): Realizing rights, Transforming approaches to sexual and reproductive well-being, Zed Books, London, pp. 84-85.[10789]

Young Women’s Christian Association (2005): A situation analysis on child sexual abuse, YWCA/Ministry of Finance and National Planning, Lusaka.[10790]

Rights - Women Human Rights and legal system

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.[11463]

Chanock, Martin (1987): Law, custom and social order - The colonial experience in Malawi and Zambia, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.[11464]

Chuulu, Bbuku Martine (1990): The legal framework within which women in the informal sector operate in Zambia, Working Papers in Women’s Law, no. 29, Institute of Women’s Law, University of Oslo, Oslo.[11465]

Coldham, Simon (1990): Customary marriage and the urban local courts in Zambia, in: Journal of African Law, vol. 34, pp. 67-75.[11466]

Cutshall, Charles (1981): The role of women in disputing among the Ila of Zambia, Political adaptation in legal change, Working Papers, no. 46, African Studies Centre, Boston.[11467]

Dawuni, Jarpa (ed.) (2021): Gender, Judging and the Courts in Africa, Selected studies, Routledge, London.[11639]

Gluckman, Max (1959): Kinship and marriage among the Lozi of Northern Rhodesia and the Zulu of Natal, in: Radcliffe-Brown, A.R. / Forde, D. (eds.): African systems of kinship and marriage, Oxford University Press, London, pp. 166-206.[11468]

Himonga, Chuma (1987): Property disputes in law and practice, Dissolution of marriage in Zambia, in: Armstrong, A. / Ncube, W. (eds.): Women and law in Southern Africa, Zimbabwe Publishing House, Harare, pp. 56-84.[11469]

Himonga, Chuma (1990): Integration of Family Law in Zambia, Marriage and Succession law, in: Abun-Nasr, J.M. / Spellenberg, U. / Wanizek, U. (eds.): Law, society, and national identity in Africa, Buske Verlag, Hamburg, pp. 163-182.[11470]

Himonga, Chuma (1990): The legal position of women in Zambia, Research methodologies and applications, in: WLSA (ed.): Perspectives on research methodologies, WLSA Working Paper no. 2, Harare.[11471]

Himonga, Chuma (1990): The integration of marriage law in Zambia, Marriage and succession law, in: Abun-Nasr, Jamil / Spellenberg, Ulrich / Wanitzek, Ulrike (eds.): Law, society, and national identity in Africa, Helmut Buske Verlag, Hamburg, pp. 163-182.[11472]

Himonga, Chuma (1995): Women and Law in Southern Africa Research Project, Bridging the divide between scholarship and action, in: Reh, Mechthild / Ludwar-Ene, Gudrun (eds.): Gender and identity in Africa, Lit-Verlag, Münster, pp. 197-214.[11473]

Himonga, Chuma (1995): Family and the succession laws in Zambia, Development since independence, Münster, Lit-Verlag.[11474]

Himonga, Chuma / Munachonga, M. (1991): Rural women’s access to agricultural land in settlement schemes in Zambia, Law, practice and socio-economic constraints, in: Third World Legal Studies, no number, p. 59-72.[11475]

Kasonde-Ng’andu, Sophie Makasa (1990): Cultural and psychologial aspects of the law of maintenance of children, The case of women in Zambia, Working Papers in Women’s Law, no. 25, Institute of Women’s Law, University of Oslo, Oslo.[11476]

Longwe, Hlupekile Sara (1987): Legalized discrimination against women in Zambia, WID working papers, 102, Michigan State University, East Lansing.[11477]

Munalula, Margaret M. (2008): Dilemmas os dual justice paradigms, Gender inequality in the Zambian corts, in: Zambia Law Journal, special edition, pp. 33-64.[11478]

Munalula, Margaret M. / Mwenda, Winnie A. (1985): Case study: Women and Inheritance Law in Zambia, in: Hay, M.J. / Stichter, S. (eds.): African women south of the Sahara, Longman Publishers, London, pp. 93-110.[11479]

Mushota, Lilian (2005): Family law in Zambia, University of Zambia Press, Lusaka.[11480]

Muyovwe, Elisabeth Nkombo (1988): Unequal pay for equal work, The case of Zambian married working women, Working Papers in Women’s Law, no. 18, Institute of Women’s Law, University of Oslo, Oslo.[11481]

Ng’andu-Kasonde, Sophie (1990): Socio-Cultural and psychological aspects of the law of maintenance of children, The case of women in Zambia, Working Papers in Women’s Law, no. 25, Institute of Women’s Law, University of Oslo, Oslo.[11482]

Tranberg-Hansen, Karen (1996): Washing dirty laundry in public: Local courts, custom, and gender relations in post-colonial Lusaka, in: Sheldon, Kathleen (ed.): Courtyards, markets, city streets - Urban women in Africa, Westview Press, Boulder, pp. 105-127.[11483]

Women and Law in Southern Africa (WLSA) (1997): The changing family in Zambia, WLSA Publications, Lusaka[11484]

Women and Law in Southern Africa (WLSA) (1999): Justice in Zambia, Myths or reality, Women and the administration of justice, wirtten by Bbuku-Chuulu, M. / Chileshe Mulenge P. / Chanda, A. WLSA Publications, Lusaka.[11485]

Women and Law in Southern Africa (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.[11486]

Women and Law in Southern Africa (WLSA) (2001): Gender violence: The invisible struggle. Written by Matrine Bbuku-Chullu & Priscilla Chileshe Mulenga et al., WLSA Publications, Lusaka.[11487]

Women and Law in Southern Africa (WLSA) (2002): Lobola, Its implications for women’s reproductive rights in Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe, Weaver Press, Harare.[11488]

Wright, Marcia (1982): Justice, women, and the social order in Abercorn, Northeastern Rhodesia, 1897-1903, in: Hay, Margaret / Wright, Marcia (eds.): African women and the law - Historical perspectives, Boston, pp. 33-50.[11489]

society - families marriages

Beck, Josephine / Dorlöcher, Sabine (1990): Die Instabilität der Ehebeziehungen als Motor weiblicher Einkommensstrategien im Lebenslauf zambischer Kleinbäuerinnen, in: Elwert, Georg / Kohle, Martin / Müller, Herald (Hrsg.): Im Lauf der Zeit, Stuttgart, pp. 156-168.[8922]

Chuulu, B., Chileshe, P., et al. (1997): The changing family in Zambia, WLSA Publication, Lusaka.[8923]

Cliggett, Lisa (2005): Grains from grass, Aging, gender and famine in rural Africa, Cornell University Press, Ithaca.[8924]

Coldham, Simon (1990): Customary marriage and the urban local courts in Zambia, in: Journal of African Law, vol. 34, pp. 67-75.[8925]

Crehan, Kate (1997): Of chicken and guinea fowls: Living matriliny in North-Western Zambia in the 1980s, in: Critique of Anthropology, vol. 17, no. 3, pp. 211-227.[8926]

Geisler, Gisela (1992): Moving with tradition: The politics of marriage amongst the Toka of Zambia, in: Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol. 26, no. 3, pp. 437-461.[8927]

Geisler, Gisela (2000): Women are women or how to please your husband, Initiation ceremonies and the politics of “tradition” in Southern Africa, in: Goddard, Victoria Ann (ed.): Gender, agency and change, Anthropological perspectives, Routledge, London, pp. 56-85.[8928]

Gluckman, Max (1959): Kinship and marriage among the Lozi of Northern Rhodesia and the Zulu of Natal, in: Radcliffe-Brown, A.R. / Forde, D. (eds.): African systems of kinship and marriage, Oxford University Press, London, pp. 166-206.[8929]

Himonga, Chuma (1995): Family and the succession laws in Zambia, Development since independence, Münster, Lit-Verlag.[8930]

Jackson, Cecile (2007): Resolving risk? Marriage and creative conjugality, in: Development and Change, vol. 38, no. 1, pp. 107-129.[8931]

Jules-Rosette, Benetta (1989): The women potters of Lusaka, Urban migration and socio-economic adjustment, in: Lindsay, Beverly (ed.): African marriage and national development, Pennsylvania University Press, Pennsylvania, pp. 82-112.[8932]

Kankasa, Chipepo, Siwale, Margret et al. (2005): Socioeconomic and reproductive factors associated with condome use within and outside of marriage among urban pregnant women in Zambia, in: African Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 128-136.[8933]

Keller, Bonnie (1978): Marriage and medicine, Women’s search for love and luck, in: African Social Research, vol. 26, pp. 489-505.[8934]

Keller, Bonnie (1979): Marriage by elopement, in: African Social Research, pp. 565-584.[8935]

Kimuna, Sitawa / Djamba, Yanyi (2005): Wealth and extramarital relations among men in Zambia, in: International Family Planning Perspectives, vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 83-89.[8936]

Malungo, Jacob R. (1999): Challenges to sexual behavioural changes in the era of AIDS, Sexual cleansing and levirate marriage in Zambia, in: Caldwell, John et al. (eds.): Resistances to behavioural change to reduce HIV/AIDS infection in predominantly heterosexual epidemics in Third World countries, Canberra, pp. 41-57. [8937]

Malungo, Jacob R. (2001): Sexual cleansing (Kusalazya) and levirate marriage (Kunjilila mung’anda) in the era of AIDS, Changes in perception and practices in Zambia, in: Social Sciences and Medicine, vol. 53, no. 3, pp. 371-382.[8938]

Maurick, Madelaine (1998): Theft or tradition, Property grabbing in Zambia, in: Netherland Institute for Southern Africa (ed.): Women challenging society, Stories of women’s empowerment in Southern Africa, Amsterdam.[8939]

Mendenhall, E. / Muzizi, L. et al. (2007): Property grabbing and will writing in Lusaka, Zambia, An examination of wills of HIV infected cohabiting couples, in: AIDS Care, vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 369-374.[8940]

Mitchell, Clyde J. (1961): Social change and the stability of African marriage in Northern Rhodesia, in: Southall, A.W. (ed.): Social change in modern Africa, London, pp. 316-330.[8941]

Munachonga, Monica (1988): Income allocation and marriage options in urban Zambia, in: Dwyer, Daisy / Bruce, Judith (eds.): A home divided: Women and Income in the Third World, Stanford, Stanford University Press, pp. 173-194.[8942]

Parpart, Jane (1991): Gender, ideology and power: Marriage in the colonial copper belt towns of Zambia, African Studies Seminar Paper No. 284, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.[8944]

Parpart, Jane (1994): Where is your mother? Gender, Urban marriage, and colonial discource on the Zamiban Copperbelt, 1924-1945, in: International Journal of African Historical Studies, vol. 27, no. 2, pp. 241-270.[8945]

Poewe, Karla (1978): Matriliny in the throes of change: Kinship descent and marriage in Luapula, Zambia, part one, in: Africa, part 1: 48, 3, pp.205-218, part 2: in: Africa, 48, 4, 1978, pp.353-377.[8946]

Poewe, Karla (1978): Religion, matriliny and change Jehovahs witnesses and seventh day adventists in Luapula, Zambia, in: American Ethnologist, 5, 2, pp. 303-321.[8947]

Poewe, Karla (1980): Marriage, descent and kinship, in: Africa, vol. 50, pp. 73-93.[8948]

Poewe, Karla (1980): Matriarchal ideology, The economic achievers of women in Luapula, Zambia, in: Cordell, Linda / Beckerman, Stephen (eds.): The visibility of kinship, Academic Press, New York, pp. 333-357.[8949]

Poewe, Karla (1981): Matrilineal ideology, Male-female dynamics in Luapula, Zambia, Academic Press, New York/London.[8950]

Price, Neil / Thomas, Neil (1999): Continuity and change in the Gwembe Tonga family and their relevance to demography’s nucleation thesies, in: Africa, vol. 69, no. 4, pp. 511-534.[8943]

Price, Neil / Thomas, Neil (1999): Continuity and change in the Gwembe Tonga family and their relevance to demography’s nucleation thesies, in: Africa, vol. 69, no. 4, pp. 511-534.[8951]

Schuster, Ilsa (1987): Kinship, life cycle and education in Lusaka, in: Journal of Comparative Family Studies, vol. 18, no. 3, pp. 363-384.[8952]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (1975): Married women and work: Expectations from an urban case study, in: African Social Research, 20, pp. 777-799.[8953]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (1999): The cook, his wife, the madam and their dinner, Cooking, gender and class in Zambia, in: Lentz, Carola (ed.): Changing food habits, Case studies from Africa, South America and Europe, Harwood Academic Press, Amsterdam, pp. 73-90.[8954]

Wright, Marcia (1983): Technology, marriage and women’s work in the history of maize growers in Mazabuka, Zambia, A reconnaissance, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 71-85.[8955]

society - homosexuality / sexual minorities

Van Klinken, Adriaan (2013): Gay rights, the devil and the end times, public religion and the enchantment of the homosexuality debate in Zambia, in: Religion, 43, 4, pp. 519?540.[11823]

van Klinken, Adriaan (2014): Homosexuality, Politics and Pentecostal Nationalism in Zambia, in: Studies in World Christianity, vol. 20, no. 3, pp. 259–281. [11846]

Van Klinken, Adriaan (2020): Homosexuality, politics, and pentecostal nationalim in Zambia, in: Spronk, Rachel / Hendriks, Thomas (eds.): Readings in sexualities from Africa, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, pp. 269-282. [9178]

society - masculinities

Doves, Paul (2005): Gender and embodiment, Expectations of manliness in a Zambian village, in: Ouzgane, Lahoucine / Morrell, Robert (eds.)African masculinities, Men in Africa from the nineteenth century to the present, Palgrave MacMillan, New York, pp. 173-187.[9487]

Simpson, Anthony (2005): Sons and fathers / boys to men the time of AIDS, Learning masculinity in Zambia, in: Journal of Southern African Studies, vol. 31, no. 3, pp. 569-586.[9488]

society - migration and urbanisation

Colson, Elizabeth (1999): Gendering those uprooted by ‘development’, in: Indra, Doreen (ed.): Engendering forced migration, Theory and practice, Berghahn Books, New York, pp. 23-39.[9813]

Jules-Rosette, Benetta (1985): Women and technological change in the informal urban economy: A Zambian case study, in: Safir, Marilyn / Medinick, Martha et al. (eds.): Women’s worlds, Praeger Publications, New York, pp. 58-69.[9814]

Jules-Rosette, Benetta (1989): The women potters of Lusaka, Urban migration and socio-economic adjustment, in: Lindsay, Beverly (ed.): African marriage and national development, Pennsylvania University Press, Pennsylvania, pp. 82-112.[9815]

Muuka, Ilyamupu (1990): The involvement of women in housing development, Zambia, The Lusaka upgrading project, in: VENA Journal, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 6-8.[9816]

Sagrario Floro, Maria / Schaefer, Kendall (1998): Restructuring of labour markets in the Philippines and Zambia, The gender dimension, in: Journal of Developing Areas, 33, 1, pp. 73-98.[9817]

Schlyter, Ann (1998): Youth, gender and living conditions in Lusaka, in: Larsson, Anita (ed.): Changing gender relations in Southern Africa, Issues of urban life, Publications of the Institute of Southern African Studies, Roma, pp. 286-308.[9818]

Schlyter, Ann (1999): Recycled Inequalities, Youth and gender in George compound, Zambia, Research Report, no. 114, The Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala.[9819]

Schlyter, Ann (2006): Aging in Zambian cities, GRUPEL Research Report, no. 7, Institute of Southern African Studies, Roma/Maseru.[9820]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (1980): The urban informal sector as a development issue: Poor women and work in Lusaka, Zambia, in: Urban Anthropology, vol. 9, pp. 199-225.[9821]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (1992): Gender and housing: The case of domestic service in Lusaka, Zambia, in: Africa, 62, 2, pp. 249-265.[9822]

Tranberg Hansen, Karen (1996): Gender, generation and access to housing in Zambia, in: Schlyter, Ann (ed.): A place to live, Gender research on housing in Africa, Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, pp. 127-143.[9823]

society - women's organisations

Touwen, Anne (1990): Socio-economic development of women in Zambia, An analysis of two women’s organisations, Research Reports, no. 42, African Studies Centre, Leiden.[10160]

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