Literature Database on Gender in Subsahara Africa

Literature regarding Cameroon

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
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politics Religion - Christianity Religion - Islam
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society - families marriagessociety - homosexuality / sexual minorities society - masculinities
society - migration and urbanisationsociety - women's organisations

agriculture ecology rural development climate change

Ajonina, P.U. / Ajonina, G.N. et al. (2005): Gender roles and economics of exploitation, Processing and marketing of bivalves and impacts on forest resources in the Sanaga Delta Region of Douala-Edea Wildlife Reserve, Cameroon, in: International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 161-172.[226]

Balla, Essomba (1985): Rural women's associations in the Cameroons, in: Muntemba, Shimwaayi (ed.): Rural development and women: Lessons from the field, vol. II, ILO Publications, Geneva, pp.131-145.[227]

Berg, Adri van den (1992): Women in Bamenda, Survival strategies and access to land, Leiden University Press, Leiden.[228]

Berg, Adri van den (1997): Women farmers in pursuit of land security – and what about sustainability? in: Bruijn, Miriam de / Halsema, Ineke van / Hombergh, Heleen van (eds.): Gender and land use, Diversity in environmental practices, Thela Publishers, Amsterdam, pp.87-105.[229]

Bigombe Logo, Patrice / Bikie, Elise-Henriette (2003): Women and land in Cameroon, Questioning women’s land status and claims for change, in: Wanyeki, Muthoni (ed.): Women and land rights in Africa, Zed Books, London, pp.31-66.[230]

Brandt-Gerbeth, Elisabeth (1985): Frauen und Entwicklung in Kamerun, Die sozio-ökonomische Bedeutung der Frauenarbeit im Subsistenzsektor, dargestellt im Kontext der ländlichen Entwicklung des Staates Kamerun, Peter Lang Verlag, Frankfurt a.M.[231]

Bruchhaus, Eva-Maria (1984): Von der Bäuerin zur Hilfskraft? Oder: "Tierische Arbeitskraft erleichtert die Landwirtschaft", in: Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit, Heft 6, pp.19-21.[232]

Chilver, Elizabeth (1992): Women cultivators, cows and cash crops in Cameroon, in: Ardener, Shirley (ed.): Persons and powers of women in diverse cultures, Berg Publishers, Oxford, pp.105-133.[233]

De Lancey, M.W. (1987): Women’s cooperative in Cameroon: The cooperative experience of the Northwest and the Southwest Provinces, in: African Studies Review, vol. 30, no. 1, pp.1-18.[234]

De Lancey, Virginia (1978): Women at the Cameroon development corporation, How their money works, in: Rural Africana, 17, 2, pp.9-34.[235]

Diduk, Susan (1989): Women’s agricultural production and political action in the Cameroon grassfields, in: Africa, 59, no. 3, pp.338-356.[236]

Diduk, Susan (2004): The civility of incivility: Grassroots political activism, Female farmers, and the Cameroon State, in: African Studies Review, vol. 47, no. 2, pp.27-54.[237]

Elad, Renata L. / Houston, Jack E. (2002): Seasonal labor constraints and intra-household dynamics in the female fields of Southern Cameroon, in: Agricultural Economics, vol. 27, no. 1, pp. 23-32.[238]

Endeley, Joyce (1998): Structural adjustment and the Cameroonian women's lifeline: 1986 to 1995, in: Risseeuw, Carla / Ganesh, Kamala (eds.): Negotiation and social space: A gendered analysis of changing kin and security networks in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa, Sage Publications, London, pp.226-255.[239]

Endeley, Joyce / Sikod, Fondo (2007): The social impact of the Chad-Cameroon oil pipeline, How industrial development affects gender relations, land tenure and local culture, Edwin Mellen Press, New York.[240]

Est, Diny van (1997): The changing use and management of floodplain environment by Mousgoum women in north Cameroon, in: Bruijn, Miriam de / Halsema, Ineke van / Hombergh, Heleen van (eds.): Gender and land use – Diversity in environmental practices, Thela Publishers, Amsterdam, pp.9-26.[241]

Ferguson, Anne / Horn, Anne (1984): Resource guide: Women in agriculture: Cameroon, Working paper, Michigan State University, Michigan.[242]

Fisiy, Grace K. Forgwei (2004): Have men become women? Gender and agrarian change in Santa, North West Cameroon, Shaker Verlag, Maastricht.[243]

Fonchingong, Charles (1999): Structural adjustment, women, and agriculture in Cameroon, in: Gender and Development, vol. 7, no. 3, pp.73-79.[244]

Fonchingong, Charles (1999): Structural adjustment, women, and agriculture in Cameroon, in: Gender and Development, vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 73-79.[245]

Fonchingong, Charles (2001): Fostering women's participation in development through non-governmental efforts in Cameroon, in: Geographical Journal, vol. 167, no. 3, pp. 223-234.[246]

Fonchingong, Charles (2004): Challenges and coping strategies of women food crops entrepreneurs in Fako Division, Cameroon, in: Journal of international Women's Studies, vol. 5, no. 5, pp. 1-17.[247]

Fonchingong, Charles (2005): Nongovernmental organizations and the struggle for a new status for rural women in the North Western Cameroon, in: Thorne, Magdalena E. (ed.): Women in society: Achievements, risks, and challenges, Nova Science Publishers, New York, pp. 159-190.[248]

Fonchingong, Charles (2005): Negotiating livelihoods beyond Beijing: The burden of women food vendors in the informal economy of Limbe, Cameroon, in: International Social Science Journal, vol. 57, no. 184, pp. 243-253.[249]

Fonjong, Lotsmart (2012): Issues in women’s land rights in Cameroon, Duala and African Books Collective, Oxford.[250]

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.[251]

Gladwin, Christina (1992): Gendered impacts of fertilizer subsidy removal programs in Malawi and Cameroon, in: Agricultural Economics, vol. 7, pp.141-153.[252]

Goheen, Miriam (1991): Ideology, gender, and change: Social relations of production and reproduction in Nso, Cameroon, in: Downs, R.E. / Kerner, Donna / Reyna, Stephen (eds.): The political economy of African famine, Gordon and Breach Publishers, Philadelphia, pp.273-292.[256]

Goheen, Miriam (1996): Men own the fields, women own the crops - Gender and power in the Cameroon Grassfields, University of Wisconsin Press, Madison.[257]

Goheen, Miriam (1988): Land accumulation and local control: The negotiation of symbols in Nso, Cameroon, in: Downs, Richard / Reyna, Steven (eds.): Land and society in contemporary Africa, University Press of New England, Hanover, N.H., pp.280-308.[253]

Goheen, Miriam (1988): Land and the household economy, Women of the Grassfield today, in: Davidson, Jean (ed.): Women, agriculture and land: The African experience, Westview Press, Boulder, pp.90-105.[254]

Goheen, Miriam (1991): The ideology and political economy of gender: Women and land in Nso, Cameroon, in: Gladwin, Christina (ed.): Structural adjustment and African women farmers, University of Florida Press, Gainesville, pp.239-256.[255]

Goodridge, Richard (1995): Women and plantations in West Cameroon since 1900, in: Shepherd, V. / Brereton, B. / Bailey, B. (eds.): Engendering history: Current directions in the study of women and gender in Caribbean History, St. Martins Press, New York, pp. 384-402.[258]

Guyer, Jane (1978): Women's work in the food economy of the cocoa belt: A comparison, Boston.[259]

Guyer, Jane (1980): Female farming and the evolution of food production patterns amongst the Beti of South-Central Cameroon, in: Africa, vol. 50, no. 4, pp.341-356.[260]

Guyer, Jane (1980): Food, cocoa, and the division of labour by sex in two West African societies, in: Comparative Studies on Society and History, vol. 22, no. 3, pp.355-373.[261]

Guyer, Jane (1988): The multiplication of labour, Historical methods in the study of gender and agriculture in Africa, in: Current Anthropology, vol. 29, no. 2, pp.247-272.[262]

Haller, Tobias (2001): Leere Speicher, erodierte Felder und das Bier der Frauen, Umweltanpassung und Krise bei den Ouldeme und Platha in den Mandarabergen Nord-Kameruns, Dietrich Reimer Verlag, Berlin. [263]

Hartwig, Elisabeth (1999): Frauenorganisationen und Selbsthilfegruppen: Ein Schritt in die Selbstständigkeit, in: Entwicklung und ländlicher Raum, 2, pp.10-12.[264]

Hartwig, Elisabeth (2002): Die Macht, aufzustehen und zu reden - Landfrauen im Nord-Westen Kameruns und ihre Vorstellungen über Handlungsmacht und Teilhabe, Landfrauen als Akteurinnen im Prozess des sozialen und politischen Wandels, in: Peripherie, Nr. 87, pp.315-336.[265]

Hartwig, Elisabeth (2004): ‘We get our sense and our sense will show us the way to do things’, Wissenskonzepte kamerunischer Landfrauen in ihrer Bedeutung für gesellschaftliche Veränderung, in: Schareika, Nikolaus / Bierschenk, Thomas (Hg.): Lokales Wissen – Sozialwissenschaftliche Perspektiven, Lit-Verlag, Münster, pp.163-183.[266]

Hartwig, Elisabeth (2005): Rural African women as subjects of political and social change, A case study of women in Northwestern Cameroon, Lit-Verlag, Münster.[267]

Kabbery, Phyllis (1952): Women of the Grassfields, A study of the economic position of women in Bamenda, British Cameroon, Her Majesty’s Stationary Office, London.[268]

Kah, Henry Kam (2011): Women’s resistance in Cameroon Western Grassfields, The power of symbols, organization and leadership, 1957-1961, in: African Studies Review, vol. 12, no. 3, pp.67-93.[269]

Koenings, Piet (1995): Gender and class in the tea estates of Cameroon, African Studies Centre Leiden, Research Series, 5, Avebury Publications, Leiden.[270]

Koenings, Piet (1998): Women plantation workers and economic crisis in Cameroon, in: Jain, Shobhita / Reddock, Rhoda (eds.): Women plantation workers - International experiences, Berg Publishers, Oxford, pp.151-165.[271]

Koopman Henn, Jean (1983): Feeding the cities and feeding the peasants, What role for African women’s farmers? in: World Development, vol. 19, no. 2, pp.1043-1055.[272]

Koopman Henn, Jean (1985): Economic ties between peasant and worker, The Beti women’s rural labour and the urban wage, in: Barbier, J.C. (ed.): Femmes du Cameroon, Orston Publications, Paris, pp.393-401.[273]

Krieger, Judith (1995): Rural women, urban food, in: African Rural and Urban Studies, vol. 2, no. 1, pp.89-109.[274]

Krieger, Judith (2000): Entrepreneurs and women’s well-being, Women’s agricultural and trading strategies in Cameroon, in: Spring, Anita (ed.): Small scale farmers and commercial ventures, Increasing food security in developing countries, Lynne Rienner Publishers, Boulder, pp.233-251.[275]

Lewis, Barbara (1990): Farming women, public policy, and the women’s ministry: A case study from Cameroon, in: Staudt, Kathleen (ed.): Women, international development, and politics, The Bureaucratic Mire, Temple University Press, Philadelphia, pp.180-200.[276]

Mope Simo, John A. (1992): Gender, agro-pastoral production and class formation in Bamunka, North-Western Cameroon, School of Development Studies, Ph.D. thesis No. 4, Part 1 and 2, University of East Anglia Publications, Norwich.[277]

Nebasina, Ngwa Emanuel (1995): The role of women in environment management, An overview of the rural Cameroonian situation, in: Geo Journal, vol. 35, no. 4, pp.515-520.[278]

Ngwa, Emmanuel E. (1995): The role of women in environmental management, An overview of the rural Cameroonian situation, in: Geo Journal, vol. 35, no. 4, pp. 515-520.[279]

Njoh, Ambe (1999): Gender biased transportation planning in Sub-Saharan Africa with special reference to Cameroon, in: Journal of African and Asian Studies, vol. 34, no. 2, pp.216-234.[280]

Orock, Rogers (2010): An assessment of the evolution of land tenure system in Cameroon and its effects on women’s land rights and food security, in: Perspectives on Global Development and Technology, vol. 9, no. 1-2, pp.154-169.[281]

Ouden, Den (1980): Incorporation and changes in the composite household: The effects of coffee introduction and food crop commercialization in two Bamileke chiefdoms, Cameroon, in: Presvelou, Clio / Spijvers-Zwart, pp.I. (eds.): Household, women and agricultural development, Wageningen University Publications, Wageningen, pp.41-65.[282]

Ross, Deborah / Gladwin, Christina (2000): The differential effects of capitalism and patriarchy on women farmers’ access to markets in Cameroon, in: Spring, Anita (ed.): Small scale farmers and commercial ventures, Increasing food security in developing countries, Lynne Rienner Publishers, Boulder, pp.41-64.[283]

Ruiz Perez, Manuel / NDoye, Ousseynou et al. (2002): A gender analysis of forest product markets in Cameroon, in: Africa Today, vol. 49, no. 3, pp. 97-126.[284]

Sama, Joseph Nkwain (1994): The socio-economic role of rural Kom women in the farming system of Cameroon, in: Journal of Farming Systems Research and Extension, 4, 2, pp.15-25.[285]

Santen, Jose van (1992): Der Autonomie-Ansatz in der niederländischen Entwicklungsdiskussion, Veränderungen der Frauenökonomie bei den Mafa (Nord Kamerun) im Zuge der Islamisierung, in: Peripherie, 47/48, pp.172-151.[286]

Schäfer, Rita (1995): Frauenzusammenschlüsse im Kameruner Grasland, in: Schäfer, Rita: Afrikanische Frauenorganisationen und Entwicklungszusammenarbeit, Traditionelle und moderne afrikanische Frauenorganisationen im interethnischen Vergleich, Centaurus Verlag, Pfaffenweiler, pp.205-239.[287]

Sikod, Fondo (2007): Gender division of labour and women's decision-making power in rural households in Cameroon, in: Africa Development, vol. 32, no. 3, pp.58-71.[288]

Smale, M. / Heisey, P.W. (1994): Gendered impacts of fertiliser subsidy removal programs in Malawi and Cameroon: a comment, in: Agricultural Economics, vol. 10, pp. 95-99.[289]

Sunderlin, William / Pokam, Jacques (2002): Economic crisis and forest cover change in Cameroon, The role of migration, crop diversification, and gender division of labour, in: Economic Development and Cultural Change, vol. 50, no. 3, pp.581-606.[290]

Walker, Tjip (1990): Innovative agricultural extension for women, A case study in Cameroon, World Bank Working Papers: Women in Development, WPS 403, Washington D.C.[291]

Westermann, Verene (1992): Die ökonomische Rolle der Frau, in: Westermann, Verena: Women’s disturbances, Der Anlu-Aufstand bei den Kom (Kamerun) 1958-1960, Lit-Verlag, Hamburg, pp.42-44.[292]

Zuiderwijk, Adri / Schaafsma, Juliette (1997): Male out-migration, changing women’s roles and consequences for environmental management – The case of Mafa in northern Cameroon, in: Bruijn, Miriam de / Halsema, Ineke van / Hombergh, Heleen van (eds.): Gender and land use – Diversity in environmental practices, Thela Publishers, Amsterdam, pp.87-105.[293]

arts and culture

Argenti, Nicolas (2005): Dancing in the borderland, The forbidden masquerades of Oku youth and women, Cameroon, in: Honwana, Alicinda / De Boeck, Filip (eds.): Children and youth in postcolonial Africa, James Currey, Oxford, pp. 121-149.[1432]

Barley, Nigel (1997): Designing women Cameron, in: Kaplan, Flora E.S. (ed.): Queens, Queen Mothers, Priestesses, and power: Case studies in African gender. New York Academy of Sciences Publications, New York, pp. 371-380.[1433]

Biyong, Pauline (1998): Urban and community development, Text to accompany a video on women’s networking in urban Cameroon, in: Agyemang-Mensah, Nana (ed.): Maintaining the momentum of Beijing, The contribution of African gender NGOs, Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot, pp. 165-169.[1434]

Gosselain, Olivier (1992): Technology and style: Potters and pottery making among the Bafia of Cameroon, in: Man, vol. 27, no. 3 pp. 559-586.[1435]

LaDuke, Betty (1997): Earth magic: The pottery of Mali, Cameroon, and Togo, in: LaDuke, Betty: Africa: Women's art, Women's lives, Africa World Press, Trenton, pp. 41-62.[1436]

LaDuke, Betty (1997): Cameroon: Beads, Anlu, and Social Change, in: LaDuke, Betty: Africa: Women's art, Women's lives, Africa World Press, Trention, pp. 63-84.[1437]

Muller, Jean-Claude (2001): Inside, outside, and inside out: Masks, rulers and gender among the Dii and their neighbours, in: African Arts, vol. 34, pp. 58-71.[1438]

Röschenthaler, Ute (1993): Zur Komplementarität von Nacktheit und Maskierung bei den Ejagham im Südwesten Kameruns, Berlin.[1439]

Röschenthaler, Ute (1998): Der nackte und der dekorierte Körper, Performative Ausdrucksformen von Frauen im Cross-River Gebiet, Kamerun, in: Schröter, Susanne (ed.): Körper und Identität, Ethnologische Ansätze zur Konstruktion von Geschlecht, Lit-Verlag, Münster, pp. 11-35.[1440]

Röschenthaler, Ute (1998): Honoring Ejagham women, in: African Arts, vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 38-49.[1441]

Samba, Emelda (2005): Women in theatre for development in Cameroon: Participation, contributions and limitations, African Studies, 74, Bayreuth.[1442]

economy - formal and informal employment

Catherine, Forje L. (1998): Are women's microenterprises profitable? A case study of Cameroon women, in: Small Enterprise Development, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 50-56.[1636]

Fonchingong, Charles (2004): Challenges and coping strategies of women food crops entrepreneurs in Fako Division, Cameroon, in: Journal of international Women's Studies, vol. 5.[1637]

Fonchingong, Charles (2005): Negotiating livelihoods beyond Beijing: The burden of women food vendors in the informal economy of Limbe, Cameroon, in: International Social Science Journal, vol. 57, no. 184, pp. 243-253.[1638]

Lairap-Fonderson, Josephine (2002): The discipline power of microcredit, Examples from Kenya and Cameroon, in: Parpart, Jane / Rai, Shirin / Staudt, Kathleen (eds.): Rethinking empowerment, Gender and development in a global / local world, Routledge, London, pp. 102-198.[1639]

economy - Households

Den Ouden, J. H. B. (1980): Incorporation and changes in the composite household. The effects of coffee introduction and food crop commercialization in two Bamileke chiefdoms, Cameroon, in: Presvelou, Clio / Spijvers-Zwart, S.I. (eds.): Household, Women and agricultural development, Wageningen, pp. 41-64.[1920]

Elad, Renata L. / Houston, Jack E. (2002): Seasonal labor constraints and intra-household dynamics in the female fields of Southern Cameroon, in: Agricultural Economics, vol. 27, no. 1, pp. 23-32.[1921]

Guyer, Jane (1980): Food, cocoa, and the division of labour by sex in two West African societies, in: Comparative Studies on Society and History, vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 355-373.[1922]

Guyer, Jane (1981): Household and community in African studies, in: African Studies Review, vol. 24, no. (2/3), pp. 87-137.[1923]

Guyer, Jane (1988): Dynamic approaches to domestic budgeting: Cases and methods from Africa, in: Dwyer,Daisy / Bruce, Judith (eds.): A home divided - Women and income in the third world, Stanford University Press, Stanford, pp. 155-172.[1924]

Guyer, Jane (1989): From seasonal income to daily diet in a partically commercialized economy (Southern Cameroon), in: Sahn, David (eds.): Seasonal varibility in third world agriculture, The consequences for food security, John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, London, pp. 137-150.[1925]

Guyer, Jane / Peters, Pauline (1987): Conceptualizing the household, in: Development and Change, vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 197-214.[1926]

Jones, C. (1986): Intra household bargaining in response to the introduction of new crops, A case study from North Cameroon, in: Moock, J.L. (eds.): Understanding Africa’s rural households and farming systems, Boulder, pp. 105-123.[1927]

Smith, Suzanna / Taylor, Barbara (1991): Curriculum planning for women and agricultural households, The case of Cameroon, in: Gladwin, Christina (ed.): Structural adjustment and African women`s farmers, University of Florida Press, Gainesville, pp. 373-384.[1928]

economy - markets and traders

Ajonina, P.U. / Ajonina, G.N. et al. (2005): Gender roles and economics of exploitation, Processing and marketing of bivalves and impacts on forest resources in the Sanaga Delta Region of Douala-Edea Wildlife Reserve, Cameroon, in: International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 161-172.[2105]

Fonchingong, Charles (2005): Negotiating livelihoods beyond Beijing: The burden of women food vendors in the informal economy of Limbe, Cameroon, in: International Social Science Journal, vol. 57, no. 184, pp. 243-253.[2106]

Krieger, Judith (1995): Rural women, urban food, in: African Rural and Urban Studies, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 89-109.[2107]

Krieger, Judith (2000): Entrepreneurs and women’s well-being, Women’s agricultural and trading strategies in Cameroon, in: Spring, Anita (Hg.): Small scale farmers and commercial ventures, Increasing food security in developing countries, Lynne Rienner Publishers, Boulder, pp. 233-251.[2108]

Ruiz Perez, Manuel / NDoye, Ousseynou et al. (2002): A gender analysis of forest product markets in Cameroon, in: Africa Today, vol. 49, no. 3, pp. 97-126.[2109]

economy - pastoralism

Djingui, Mahmoudou (1997): Evolution de l’espace habitalbe et transformation des identities feminines chez les Fulbe du Nord-Cameroun, in: Rosander, Eva (ed.): Transforming female identities, Women’s organisational forms in West Africa, Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, pp. 214-226.[2317]

Pelican, Michaela (2003): Interethnische Freundschaften in Nordwest Kamerun, Ein Vergleich ethnischer und gender-spezifischer Konzepte und Praktiken, Working Paper, no. 56, Max-Planck Institut für Ethnologie, Halle.[2318]

Regis, Helen A. (2003): Fulbe Voices: Marriage, Islam, and Medicine in Northern Cameroon Westview Press, Boulder.[2319]

Walker, Sheila (1980): From cattle camp to city: Changing roles of Fulbe women in northern Cameroon, in: Journal of African Studies, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 54-63.[2320]

education schooling and tertiary education

Blanckenmeister, Barbara (1993): Zur Problematik der Grundschulbildung für Mädchen in den ländlichen Regionen Nord-Kameruns, in: Ludwar-Ene, Gudrun / Reh, Mechthild (Hg.): Afrikanische Frauen im Blick, Focus on women in Africa, Bayreuth African Studies Series 26, Bayreuth, pp. 97-114.[2571]

Cammish, N.K. / Brock, C (1994): State, status and status quo: Factors affecting the education of girls in Cameroon, in: International Journal of Educational Development, vol. 14, no. pp. 233-240.[2572]

Clignet, Remi (1977): Women, education and labour force, Social change and sexual differentiation in the Cameroon and the Ivory Coast, in: Signs, vol. 3, pp. 244-260.[2573]

Cooksey, Brain (1982): Education and sexual inequality in Cameroon, in: Journal of Modern African Studies, vol. 12, pp. 167-177.[2574]

Eloundou-Enyegue, Parfait M. (2004): Pregnancy-related dropouts and gender inequality in education: A life-table approach and application to Cameroon, in: Demogaphy, vol. 41, no. 3 pp. 509-528.[2575]

Enderley, Joye / Ngaling, Nchang Margaret (2007): Challenging gender inequalities in higher education, Attitudes and perceptions of teaching staff and administration at the University of Buea, Cameroon, in: Feminist Africa, 9.[2576]

Holtedahl, Lisbet (1986): Education, economics and ‘good life’, Women in Ngaoundére, Northern Cameroon, in: Geschiere, P. / Koenings, PO. (eds.): Itinères d’accumulation au Cameroon, Paris.[2577]

Holtedahl, Lisbet (1997): Magic and love on the road to higher education in Cameroon, in: Rosander, Eva (ed.): Transforming female identities, Women’s organisational forms in West Africa, Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, pp. 197-213.[2578]

Kilo, Margaret (1999): Women’s educational in Cameroon, Education and experience, Transformation and achievements in a West African setting, Routledge Publications, New York.[2579]

Mbuh, Rosemary (1992): Fertility and female education in Cameroon, in: UNESCO Africa, no.4, pp. 54-60.[2580]

Mutaka, N.M. / Lenaka, N.L. (1998): Maintaining face in the Nso culture: A study of politeness strategies in letters between schoolgirls, in: Journal of West African Languages, vol. 27, pp. 51-65.[2581]

Smith, Suzanna / Taylor, Barbara (1991): Curriculum planning for women and agricultural households, The case of Cameroon, in: Gladwin, Christina (ed.): Structural adjustment and African women`s farmers, University of Florida Press, Gainesville, pp. 373-384.[2582]

Woodhouse, H., Ndongko, T.M. (1993): Women and science education in Cameroon: Some critical reflections, in: Interchange, vol. 24, no. 1/2, pp. 131-158.[2583]

health - fgc fgm

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health - HIV AIDS and gender

Lydie, N. et al. (2004): Adolescent sexuality and the HIV epidemic in Yaounde, Cameroon, in: Journal of Biological Science, vol. 36, no. 5, pp. 597-616.[3449]

Mburano, Rwenge / Robert, Jean (2003): Poverty and sexual risk behaviour among young people in Bamenda, Cameroon, in: African Population Studies, vol. 18, pp. 91-104.[3450]

Meekers, Dominique / Calves, Anne-Emmanuele (1990): Gender differentials in adolescent sexual activity and reproductive health risks in Cameroon, in: African Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 3, pp. 51-67.[3451]

Meekers, Dominique / Calves, Anne-Emmanuele (1997): `Main' girlfriends, girlfriends, marriage, and money: The social context of HIV risk behaviour in Sub-Saharan Africa, in: Health Transition Review, vol. 7, pp. 361-375.[3452]

Meekers, Dominique / Klein, Megan (2002): Understanding gender differences in condom use self-efficacy among youth in urban Cameroon, in: AIDS Education and Prevention, vol. 14, pp. 62-72.[3453]

Muko, K.N. / Tchangwe, G.K. (2004): Preventing mother-to-child transmission: Factors affecting mothers' choice of feeding, A study from Cameroon, in: Sahara: Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS Research Alliance, vol. 1, pp. 132-138.[3454]

Mwiturubani, Donald Anthony / Gebre, Ayalew (2009): Youth, HIV/AIDS and social transformation in Africa, OSSEA, Dakar / Addis Abeba.[3455]

Ryan, K.A. / Roddy, R.E. et al. (1998): Characteristics associated with prevalent HIV infection among a cohort of sex workers in Cameroon, in: Sexually Transmitted Infections, vol. 74, pp. 131-135.[3456]

Ryan, K.A. / Zekeng, Leopold et al. (1998): Prevalence and prediction of sexually transmitted diseases among sex workers in Cameroon, in: International Journal of STD and AIDS, vol. 9, pp. 403-407.[3457]

Van Dan Meeberg, P.C. / Kooiman, R.C. et al. (1989): The prevalence of Human Immunodeficiency Virus among pregnant women attending a hospital in the Moungo District, Cameroon, in: Tropical and Geographical Medicine, vol. Volume, pp. 45-48.[3458]

Zekeng, Leopold / Feldblum, Paul J. et al. (1993): Barrier contraceptive use and HIV infection among high-risk women in Cameroon, in: AIDS, vol. 7, pp. 725-731.[3459]

health - reproduction and fertility

Akum, Achidi / Kuoh, Anchang et al. (1996): Bakweri fertility and marriage, in: Ardener,Shirley (ed.): Kingdom on Mount Cameroon: Studies in the history of the Cameroon Coast, 1500-1970. Berghahn Books, Oxford, pp. 227-242.[4335]

Calves, Anne-Emmanuele (1999): Marginalization of African single mothers in the marriage market: Evidence From Cameroon, in: Population Studies, vol. 53, no. 3, pp. 291-301.[4336]

Calves, Anne-Emmanuele (2000): Premarital childbearing in urban Cameroon: Paternal recognition, child care and financial support, in: Journal of Comparative Family Studies, vol. 31, no.4, pp. 443-461.[4337]

Calves, Anne-Emmanuele (2002): Abortion risk and decision-making among young people in urban Cameroon, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 33, noi. 3, pp. 249-260.[4338]

Calves, Anne-Emmanuele / Meekers, Dominique (1999): The advantages of having many children for women in formal and informal unions in Cameroon, in: Journal of Comparative Family Studies, vol. 30, no. 4, pp. 617-639.[4339]

Cheka, C. (1997): How law and custom serve to disempower women in Cameroon." Reproductive Health Matters, vol.8, pp. 41-46.[4340]

Ekani-Bessala, M.M. / Carre, Nicolas et al. (1998): Prevalence and determinants of current contraceptive method use in a palm oil company in Cameroon, in: Contraception, vol. 58, no. 1 pp. 29-34.[4341]

Feldman-Savelsberg, P. (1994): Plundered kitchens and empty wombs, Fear and infertility in Cameroonian grassfields, in: Social Science and Medicine, 39, pp. 463-474.[4342]

Feldman-Savelsberg, P. (1995): Cooking inside: Kinship and gender in Bangangte idioms of marriage and procreation, in: American Ethnologist, vol. 22, pp. 483-501. (and in: Maynes, Mary Jo (ed.). Gender, kinship, power: A comparative and interdisciplinary history, Routledge, New York, pp. 176-197).[4343]

Feldman-Savelsberg, P. (1999): Plundered kitchens and empty wombs, Fear and infertility in Cameroonian grassfields, The University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor.[4344]

Feldman-Savelsberg, P. (2002): Is fertility an unrecognized public health and population problem? The view from the Cameroon grassfields, in: Inhorn, Marcia C. / Van Balen, Frank (eds.): Infertility around the globe, New thinking on childlessness, gender, and reproductive technologies, University of California Press, Berkeley.[4345]

Feldman-Savelsberg, Pamela / Ndonko, Flavien / Schmidt-Ehry, Bergis (2000): Sterilizing vaccancies or the politics of the womb, A retrospective study of a rumor in Cameroon, in: Medical Anthropology Quarterly, vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 159-179.[4346]

Feldman-Savelsberg, Pamela / Ndonko, Flavien / Yang, Song (2005): Remembering ‘the troubles’, Reproductive insecurity and the management of memory in Cameroon, in: Africa, vol. 75, no. 1, pp. 10-29.[4347]

Getui, Mary (1994): Traditional fertility regulating practices and child spacing, in: African Anthropology, vol. 1, no. 1-2, pp. 87-93.[4348]

Jato, M. (1994): Using focus group discussion to explore the role of women's groups (Tontines) in family-planning information dissemination in Yaounde, Cameroon, in: Health Transition Review, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 90-94.[4351]

Jean-Robert, R.M. (2004): Gender and sexuality of youths at Bafoussam and Mbalmayo, Cameroon, in: African Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 145-163.[4349]

Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer (2002): The lesser shame: Abortion among educated women in Southern Cameroon, In: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 55, no. 8 pp. 1337-1349.[4350]

Khumbah, Paulina / Pillai, Vijayan K. (1998): Adolescent sexual activity, Early pregnancy and quality of life in Cameroon, in: International Journal of Sociology of the Family, vol. 28, no. 2, pp. 23-33.[4352]

Larsen, Ulla A. (1995): Differentials in infertility in Cameroon and Nigeria, in: Population Studies, vol. 49, no. 2, pp. 329-346.[4353]

Lee, B.S. (1992): The influences of rural-urban migration on migrant’s fertility behaviour in Cameroon, in: International Migration Review, vol. 26, pp. 1416-1446.[4354]

Lee, B.S. (1998): Effect of marital dissolution on fertility in Cameroon, in: Social Biology, vol. 35, no. 3-4, pp. 293-306.[4355]

Mbuh, Rosemary (1992): Fertility and female education in Cameroon, in: UNESCO Africa, no.4, pp. 54-60.[4356]

Mburano, Rwenge / Robert, Jean (2003): Poverty and sexual risk behaviour among young people in Bamenda, Cameroon, in: African Population Studies, vol. 18, pp. 91-104.[4357]

Meekers, Dominique / Calves, Anne-Emmanuele (1990): Gender differentials in adolescent sexual activity and reproductive health risks in Cameroon, in: African Journal of Reproductive Health, vol. 3, pp. 51-67.[4358]

Meekers, Dominique / Calves, Anne-Emmanuele (1997): `Main' girlfriends, girlfriends, marriage, and money: The social context of HIV risk behaviour in Sub-Saharan Africa, in: Health Transition Review, vol. 7, pp. 361-375.[4359]

Meekers, Dominique / Klein, Megan (2002): Understanding gender differences in condom use self-efficacy among youth in urban Cameroon, in: AIDS Education and Prevention, vol. 14, pp. 62-72.[4360]

Mosoko, J.J. / Delvaux, T. et al. (2004): Induced abortion among women attending antenatal clinics in Yaounde, Cameroon, in: East African Medical Journal, vol. 81, pp. 71-77.[4361]

Muko, K.N. / Tchangwe, G.K. (2004): Preventing mother-to-child transmission: Factors affecting mothers' choice of feeding, A study from Cameroon, in: Sahara: Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS Research Alliance, vol. 1, pp. 132-138.[4362]

Mutia, Babila (2005): Performer, audience, and performance context of Bakweri pregnancy rituals and Incantations, in: Cahiers d'études Africaines, vol. 45, cah. 177, pp.217-237.[4363]

Nana-Fabu, Stella (2001): High fertility and development in Cameroon, in: Journal of Social Development in Africa, vol. 16, pp. 23-42.[4364]

Njikam, Savage / Olayinka, M. (1996): ‘Children of the rope' and other aspects of pregnancy loss in Cameroon, in: Cecil, Rosanne (ed.): The anthropology of pregnancy loss: Comparative studies in miscarriage, childbirth and neonatal Death, Berg Publishers, Oxford, pp. 95-109.[4365]

Richards, Sarah (1999): Planning a family in Bali Nyonga: Concepts and practices in the context of medical pluralism, Working Papers in African Studies 220, African Studies Center, Boston University, Boston.[4366]

Rwenge, Mburano (2007): Statut de la femme, planification familiale et fécondité à Mbalmayo et Bafoussam, Cameroun, in: African Population Studies, vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 63-93.[4367]

Valente, T.W. / Watkins, S.C. et al. (1997): Social network associations with contraceptive use among Cameroonian women in voluntary associations, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 45, no. 5, pp. 677-678.[4368]

Wultoff, Bangha (1996): The fertility performance of polygynous marriages in Cameroon, in: African Anthropology, vol. 3, pp. 45-64.[4369]

health

Defo, B.K. (1997): Effects of socio-economic disadvantage and women’s status on women’s health in Cameroon, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 40, pp. 1023-1042.[5018]

Kosack, Godula (2000): Wie gehen die Mafa-Frauen (Nordkamerun) mit Krankheit um? in: Curare, 23, 1, pp. 25-40.[5019]

history colonialism and pre-colonial history

Adams, Melinda (2006): Colonial politics and women’s participation in public life, The case of British Southern Cameroons, in: African Studies Quarterly, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 1-15.[5186]

Ardener, Shirley (1973): Sexual insult and female militancy, in: Man, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 422-440. and in: Ardener, Shirley (ed.): Perceiving women, Routledge Publishers, London, 1975.[5187]

Goodridge, Richard (1995): Women and plantations in West Cameroon since 1900, in: Shepherd, V. / Brereton, B. / Bailey, B. (eds.): Engendering history: Current directions in the study of women and gender in Caribbean History, St. Martins Press, New York, pp. 384-402.[5188]

Goodridge, Richard (2002): Restrictions and freedoms for women in Northern Cameroons to 1961: An examination of the liberating influences, in: Shepherd, Verene (ed.): Working slavery, pricing freedom: Perspectives from the Caribbean, Africa and the African Diaspora, Palgrave, New York.[5189]

Guyer, Jane (1978): The food economy and French colonial rule in central Cameroon, in: Journal of African History, vol. 29, no. 4, pp. 577-597.[5190]

Ifeka, Caroline (1992): The mystical and political powers of Queen mothers, kings, and commoners in Nso, Cameroon, in: Ardener, Shirley (ed.): Persons and powers of diverse cultures, Berg Publishers, Oxford, pp. 135-157.[5191]

Kaberry, Philis (1952): Women of the Grassfields, A study of the socio-economic position of women in Bamenda, Publications of Her Majesty’s Office, London.[5192]

Kah, Henry Kam (2011): Women’s resistance in the Cameroon’s Western Grassfields, The power of symbols, organization, and leadership, 1957-1961, in: African Studies Quarterly, vol. 12, issue 3, pp. 1-10.[5193]

Kingsley, Mary (1982): Travels in West Africa, Congo francais, Corisco and the Cameroons, Virago Publishers, London.[5194]

Konde, Emmanuel (1990): The use of women for the empowerment of men in African nationalist politics, The 1928 “Anlu” in Cameroon, Working Paper, no. 147, African Studies Centre, Boston.[5195]

Mope Simo, John A. (1991): Royal wives in the Ndop plains, in: Canadian Journal of Development Studies, vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 418-431.[5196]

Ritzenthaler, R.E. (1960): Anlu: A women’s uprising in the British Cameroons, in: African Studies, vol. 19, no. 3, pp.151-156.[5197]

Schestokat, Karin (2003): German women in Cameroon: Travelogues from colonial times, Peter Lang, New York, Frankfurt.[5198]

Schmidt, A. (1955): Die rote Lendenschnur, Als Frau im Grasland Kameruns, Reimer Verlag, Berlin.[5199]

Shanklin, Eustance (1990): Anlu remembered, The Kom women’s rebellion of 1958-1961, in: Dialectical Anthropology, vol. 15, no. 2-3, pp. 159-182.[5200]

Westermann, Verena (1992): Women’s disturbances - Der Anlu-Aufstand bei den Kom (Kamerun), 1958-1960, Lit-Verlag, Münster.[5201]

Literature

Allerkamp, Andrea (1991): Der ver-rückte Diskurs, Calixthe Beyala und Vumbi Yoka Mudimbe, in: Die innere Kolonisierung, Bilder und Darstellung des / der Anderen in deutschsprachigen, französischen und afrikanischen Literaturen des 20. Jahrhunders, Böhlau Verlag, Köln, pp. 149-161.[5798]

Asah, Augustine (2005): Veneration and desecration in Cathixthe Beyala’s La petite fille du révèrbere, in: Research in African Literatures, vol. 36, no. 4, pp. 155-171.[5799]

Chevrier, Jacques (1997): Calixthe Beyela, L’Africaine, in: Lettres et Cultures de Langue Fancaise, 22, pp. 7-14.[5800]

Darlington, Sonja (2003): Calixthe Beyala’s manifesto and fictional theory, in: Research in African Literature, vol. 34, no. 2, pp. 41-52.[5801]

Darlington, Sonja (2003): Calixthe Beyalais Manifesto and fictional theory, in: Research in African Literatures, vol. 34, no. 2, pp. 41-52 [11717]

Emenyonu, Ernest (ed.) (2004): New women’s writing in African Literature, African Literature Today, no. 24, James Currey Publishers, Oxford.[5802]

Etoke, Nathalie (2009): Mariama Barry, Ken Bugul, Calixthe Beyala, and the politics of female homoeroticism in Sub-Saharan francophone literature, in: Research in African Literatures, vol. 40, no. 2, pp. 173-189.[5803]

Köhler, Sigrid (2001): Kann die Andere sprechen? Calixthe Beyalas Anrufung der Mutter, Afrikanischer Feminismus zwischen Universalisierung und Differenz, in: Schlehe, Judith (ed.): Interkulturelle Geschlechterforschung, Campus Verlag, Frankfurt a.M., pp. 192-210.[5804]

Nfah-Abbenyi, Juliana Makuchi (1997): Calixthe Beyala’s ‘femmes-fillette’, Womanhood and the politics of mothering, in: Nnaemeka, Obioma (ed.): The politics of mothering, Womanhood, identity and resistance in African literature, London, pp. 103-110.[5805]

Nfah-Abbenyi, Juliana Makuchi (1997): Gender in African women’s writing, Identity, sexuality, and difference, Indiana University Press, Bloomington.[5806]

Teko-Abgo, Ambroise (1997): Werewere linking et Calixthe Beyala, Le discours fémininste et la fiction, in: Cahiers d’etudes Africaines, 145, pp. 39-58.[5807]

media

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politics - wars violent conflicts

International Crisis Group (2022): Rebels, Victims, Peacebuilders, Women in Cameroon’s Anglophone Conflict, Africa Report 307, Brussels.[11893]

politics

Atanga, Lilian Lem (2009): Gender, discourse and power in the Cameroonian parliament, Langa Publishers, Douala.[7170]

Diduk, Susan (1989): Women’s agricultural production and political action in the Cameroon grassfields, in: Africa, 59, no. 3, pp. 338-356.[7171]

Diduk, Susan (2004): The civility of incivility: Grassroots political activism, Female farmers, and the Cameroon State, in: African Studies Review, vol. 47, no. 2, pp. 27-54.[7172]

Epie-Eyoh, B.S. (1993): Women's contribution to democratic change in Cameroon, in: Lyonga, Nalova / Breitinger, Eckhard / Butake, Bole (eds.): Anglophone Cameroon writing, Bayreuth African Studies Series 30, Bayreuth.[7173]

Fonchingong, Charles (2004): Nongovernmental organizations and the struggle for a new status for rural women in the North Western Cameroon, in: Thorne, Magdalena E. (ed.): Women in society: Achievements, risks, and challenges, Nova Science Publishers, New York.[7174]

Hartwig, Elisabeth (2005): Rural African women as subjects of political and social change, A case study of women in Northwestern Cameroon, Lit-Verlag, Münster.[7175]

Ifeka, Caroline (1992): The mystical and political powers of Queen mothers, kings, and commoners in Nso, Cameroon, in: Ardener, Shirley (ed.): Persons and powers of diverse cultures, Berg Publishers, Oxford, S.135-157.[7176]

Lekses, Jeanette (1998): Gender awareness and politics, Theory and practice of small NGD’s, in: Development and Practice, vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 478-482.[7177]

Lewis, Barbara (1990): Farming women, public policy, and the women’s ministry: A case study from Cameroon, in: Staudt, Kathleen (eds.): Women, the Delopment and politics, The bureaucratic mire, Temple University Press, Philadelphia, pp. 180-200.[7178]

Masquellier, Bertrand (1985): Women's constitutional role in politics: The Ide of West-Cameroo, in: Barbier, Jean-Claude (ed.) Femmes du Cameroun. Meres pacifiques, femmes rebelles, Kartha Publications, Paris, pp. 105-118.[7179]

Religion - Christianity

Bowie, Fiona (1994): The elusive christian family: Missionary attempts to define women’s roles, Case studies from Cameroon, in: Bowie, Fiona / Kirkwood, Deborah / Ardener, Shirley (eds.): Women and missions: Past and present, Anthropological and historical perceptions, Berg Publishers, Oxford, pp. 145-164.[7623]

Kosack, Godula (1995): Christianisierung – ein Schritt zur Emanzipation? Die Bedeutung der Religion für die Mafa-Frauen, Nordkamerun, in: Anthropos, 90, 1/3, pp. 206-217.[7624]

Mainimo, Wirba (2002): Black female writers' perspective on religion: Alice Walker and Calixthe Beyala, in: Journal of Third World Studies, vol. 19, pp. 117-136.[7625]

Notermans, Catrien (2002): True christianity without dialogue, Women and polygyny debate in Cameroon, in: Anthropos, vol. 97, no. 2, pp. 341-354.[7626]

Religion - Islam

Regis, Helen A. (2003): Fulbe Voices: Marriage, Islam, and Medicine in Northern Cameroon Westview Press, Boulder.[7810]

van Santen, Jose (1992): Der Autonomie-Ansatz in der niederländischen Entwicklungsdiskussion, Veränderungen der Frauenökonomie bei den Mafa (Nord-Kamerun) im Zuge der Islamisierung, in: Peripherie, Nr. 47/48, pp. 172-189.[7811]

van Santen, Jose (1993): They leave their yars behind, The conversion of Mafa women to Islam, Vena Publications, Leiden.[7812]

van Santen, Jose (1995): The spread of Islam in West Africa and women, Their changing postion in a North Cameroonian Town, in: Dijk, K.V. / De Groot, A.M. (eds.). Islam and State, CNWS Publications, Leiden, pp. 179-204.[7813]

van Santen, Jose (1998): Islamisation and changes in social arrangements among the Mafa of North Cameroon, in: Risseeuw, Carla / Ganesh, Kamala (eds.): Negotiation and social space: A Gendered analysis of changing kin and security networks in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa, Sage Publications, London, pp. 324-345.[7814]

van Santen, Jose (1998): Islam, gender and urbanisation among the Mafa of North Cameroon, The differing commitment to “home” among Muslims and non-Muslims, in: Africa, vol. 68, no. 3, pp. 403-423.[7815]

Religion - traditional rituals and spirit mediumship

Diduk, Susan (2000): A woman's pillow and the political economy of Kedjom family life in Cameroon, in: Houseknecht, Sharon K. / Pankhurst, Jerry G. (eds.): Family, religion, and social change in diverse societies, Oxford University Press, Oxford.[10221]

Lyons, Diane E. (1998): Witchcraft, gender, power and intimate relations in Mura compounds in Dela, Northern Cameroon, in: World Archaeology, vol. 29, pp. 344-362.[10222]

Pradelles de Latour, Charles-Henry (1995): Witchcraft and the avoidance of physical violence in Cameroon, in: Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, vol. pp. 599-610.[10223]

Rights - human rights violations gender based violence

Mutaka, N.M. / Lenaka, N.L. (1998): Group identity strengthening in the Nso culture: The uses of oral abuse by older women, in: Journal of West African Languages, vol. 27, pp. 67-79.[10411]

Rights - Women Human Rights and legal system

Asanga, Irene N. (2004): Rethinking female succession to property in Cameroon--The decline of customary law? in: Law in Africa, vol. 2[10946]

Bigombe Logo, P. / Bikie, E.H. (2003): Women and land in Cameroon: Questioning women's land status and claims for change, in: Wanyeki, Muthoni (ed.): Women and land in Africa: Culture, religion and realizing women's rights, Zed Books, London, pp. 31-66.[10947]

Cheka, C. (1997): How law and custom serve to disempower women in Cameroon, in: Reproductive Health Matters, vol.8, pp. 41-46.[10948]

Gearyl , Christraud (1986): On legal change in Cameroon, Women, marriage and bridewealth, Working Paper, no. 113, African Studies Centre, Boston University, Boston.[10949]

Jansen, Christiane (1988): Scheidung in Kamerun, Frauen zwischen Gewohnheitsrecht und modernem Recht, in: Afrika Spectrum, 33, pp. 81-97.[10950]

Ngwafor, Ephraim (1999): Cameroon: Property rights for women, A bold step in the wrong direction?" Journal of Family Law, vol. 29, pp. 297-302.[10951]

society - families marriages

Bah, Njakoi John (1998): Marriage and divorce in Oku, in: Baessler Archiv, Neue Folge, Band XLVI, pp. 31-57.[8607]

Calvès, A.E. (1999): Marginalization of African single mothers in the marriage market, Evidence from Cameroon, in: Population Studies, vol. 53, no. 3, pp. 291-301.[8608]

Calvès, A.E. (2000): Premarital childbearing in urban Cameroon: Paternal recognition, child care and financial support, in: Journal of Comparative Family Studies, vol. 31, no.4, pp. 443-461.[8609]

Calvès, A.E. (2002): Abortion risk and decision-making among young people in urban Cameroon, in: Studies in Family Planning, vol. 33, noi. 3, pp. 249-260.[8610]

Calves, Anne-Emmanuele / Meekers, Dominique (1999): The advantages of having many children for women in formal and informal unions in Cameroon, in: Journal of Comparative Family Studies, vol. 30, no. 4, pp. 617-639.[8611]

Diduk, Susan (2000): A woman's pillow and the political economy of Kedjom family life in Cameroon, in: Houseknecht, Sharon K. / Pankhurst, Jerry G. (eds.): Family, religion, and social change in diverse societies, Oxford University Press, Oxford.[8612]

Geary, Christraud (1986): On legal change in Cameroon, Women, marriage and bridewealth, Working Paper, no. 113, African Studies Centre, Boston University, Boston.[8613]

Guyer, Jane (1995): The value of Beti bridewealth, in: Guyer, Jane (ed.): Money matters: Instability, values and social payments in the modern history of West Africa communities, James Currey, London, pp. 23-32.[8614]

Hamisu, Danpullo Rabiatu Ibrahim (2000): Customary bride-price in Cameroon, Do women have a say? in: Southern African Feminist Review, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 65-71.[8615]

Notermans, Catrien (2004): Sharing home, food, and bed, Paths of grandmotherhood in East Cameroon, in: Africa, vol. 74, no. 1, pp. 16-27.[8616]

Ottinger, Nadja (1996): Die Ökonomie der Geschlechter, Kooperation und Konflikt bei den Mmen im Kameruner Grasland, Argonaut Verlag, Zürich.[8617]

society - homosexuality / sexual minorities

Awondo, Patrick (2019): Les sexe et sex doubles, (Homo)sexualités en postcolonie, ENS Edition, Lyon.[9031]

Awondo, Patrick (2010): The politisation of sexuality and rise of homosexual movements in post-colonial Cameroon, in: Review of African Political Economy, vol. 37, issue 125, pp. 315-328.[9032]

Awondo, Patrick (2012): Médias, politique et homosexualité au Cameroun, Retour sur la construction d’une controverse, in: Politique Africaine, vol. 126, pp. 69.85.[9033]

Guebogou, C. (2006): La question homosexuelle en Afrique, Le cas du Cameroun, L’Harmattan, Paris.[9034]

Ndjio, Basile (2013): Sexuality and Nationalist Ideologies in Post -Colonial Cameroon, in: Wieringa, Saskia / Sivori, Horacio (eds.): The Sexual History of the Global South, Sexual Politics in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, Zed Books, London, pp. 120–143.[11847]

Ndjio, Basile (2016): Nation and its undesirable subjects, Homosexuals and the alien ‘others’ in Cameroon, in Duyvendak, J.W. / Gechiere, P. / Tonkens, E. (eds.): The culturalizsation of citzenship, Belonging and polarization in a globalized world, Palgrave MacMillan, London, pp. 115-136.[9035]

Roxburgh, S. (2019): Homosexuality, witchcraft, and power, The politics of ressentiment in Cameroon, in: African Studies Review, vol. 62, no 3, pp. 89-111.[9036]

society - masculinities

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society - migration and urbanisation

Lee, B.S. (1992): The influences of rural-urban migration on migrant’s fertility behaviour in Cameroon, in: International Migration Review, vol. 26, pp. 1416-1446.[9645]

Van Santen, José / Schaafsma, Juliette (2000): Mafa women and migration, in: Knörr, Jacqueline / Meier, Barbara (eds.): Women and migration, Anthropological perspectives, Campus Verlag, Frankfurt a.M, pp. 21-62.[9646]

Zuiderwijk, Adri / Schaafsma, Juliette (1997): Male-outmigration, changing women’s roles and consequences for environmental management, The case of Mafa in Northern Cameroon, in: Bruijn, Miriam de / Halsema, Ineke van / Hombergh, Helen van den (eds.): Gender and land use, Diversity and environmental practices, Thela Publications, Amsterdam, pp. 125-145.[9647]

society - women's organisations

Balla, Essomba (1985): Rural women's associations in the Cameroons, in: Muntemba, Shimwaayi (eds.): Rural development and women: Lessons from the field, vol. II, ILO-Studies, Geneva, pp.131-145.[9935]

De Lancey, Marc W. (1987): Women’s cooperative in Cameroon: The cooperative experience of the Northwest and the Southwest Provinces, in: African Studies Review, vol. 30, no. 1, pp.1-18.[9936]

Diduk, Susan (2004): The civility of incivility: Grassroots political activism, Female farmers, and the Cameroon State, in: African Studies Review, vol. 47, no. 2, pp.27-54.[9937]

Hartwig, Elisabeth (1999): Frauenorganisationen und Selbsthilfegruppen: Ein Schritt in die Selbstständigkeit, in: Entwicklung und ländlicher Raum, 2, pp.10-12.[9938]

Hartwig, Elisabeth (2005): Rural African women as subjects of political and social change, A case study of women in Northwestern Cameroon, Lit-Verlag, Münster.[9939]

Hartwig, Elisabeth (2005): Rural African women as subjects of political and social change, A case study of women in Northwestern Cameroon, Lit-Verlag, Münster.[9940]

Jato, M. (1994): Using focus group discussion to explore the role of women's groups (Tontines) in family-planning information dissemination in Yaounde, Cameroon, in: Health Transition Review, vol. 4, no. 1, pp.90-94.[9941]

Schäfer, Rita (1995): Frauenorganisationen und Entwicklungszusammenarbeit, Traditionelle und moderne Frauenzusammenschlüsse im interethnischen Vergleich, Centaurus Verlag, Pfaffenweiler/Herbholzheim.[9942]

Westermann, Verena (1992): Women’s disturbances - Der Anlu-Aufstand bei den Kom (Kamerun), 1958-1960, Lit-Verlag, Münster.[9943]

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