An Appraisal of Traditional Woven Fabric Production in Southwestern Nigeria.

@article{KO2016AnAO,
  title={An Appraisal of Traditional Woven Fabric Production in Southwestern Nigeria.},
  author={Ajila K.O.},
  journal={European Journal of Sustainable Development},
  year={2016},
  volume={5},
  pages={63-76}
}
  • Ajila K.O.
  • Published 2016
  • Economics
  • European Journal of Sustainable Development
Abstract This study appraised factors influencing traditional woven fabric (TWF) production in South Western Nigeria. It assessed producer characteristics and, TWF techno-dynamics related variables influencing production. Purposive random and snowball sampling techniques were applied in selecting eight hundred and twenty (TWF) producers for the study. Data collected were analyzed using descriptive analysis like frequency count, percentage and mean value for interpretation and, inferential tool… 

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