EDUCATION AND GENDERED ROLES IN POST- ADJUSTMENT IGBO SOCIETY
The impact of Igbo lost the 1967-70 making Biafra-Nigeria war was of collective punishment of the Igbo through the policy of marginalization and exclusion. This strategy of disempowerment imposed a heavy price on the Igbo attitude to education. The frustrations of the educated Igbo males to find accommodation in the formal sector of Nigerian economy pushed them into the informal sector for...
Published at International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies EDULEARN14 Proceedings,
Published in 2014
M. Duruji, D. Azuh, F. Oviasogie, O. Ajayi
FAITH OSASUMWEN OLANREWAJU » Faith Osasumwen Olanrewaju is a Doctoral Student and Assistant Lecturer and Researcher in the Department of Political Science and International Relations Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria. In 2005, she gained admission to study International relations in the highly prestigious Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria where she graduated in 2009 as the second best graduating student in the... view full profile
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