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Gender Role Reversal in Hairdressing Profession and Female Clients' Perception of Male Hairdressers in Ibadan North Local Government Area, Oyo State, Nigeria *1

  title={Gender Role Reversal in Hairdressing Profession and Female Clients' Perception of Male Hairdressers in Ibadan North Local Government Area, Oyo State, Nigeria *1},
  author={Daniel Chidozie Nnadi},
  journal={The Journal of Pan-African Studies},
This study investigated the gender role reversal into the hairdressing profession and the perceptions of female clients of male hairdressers in Ibadan North Local Government of Oyo state. Data were gathered using primary sources. The method of data collection for this study was qualitative and adopted In-depth Interview (IDI), Focused Group Discussion (FGD) and participant observation techniques. Participant observation was useful in confirming what was gathered through interviews with the male… 



Women working at hairdressing: a case study of a rapidly increasing business among women in urban Ghana

For a long time, economic activities have been important for women in south- ern Ghana to support their children and themselves. Among women's activities in urban ar- eas, hairdressing is the one

The Development of Occupational Sex‐role Stereotypes, Occupational Preferences and Academic Subject Preferences in Children at Ages 8, 12 and 16

Analysis indicated that the youngest age group held significantly more stereotyped views regarding who should perform certain jobs than the older children and that, generally, boys sex‐typed appropriateness of occupations to a significantly greater degree than girls, although this difference was not significant in the youngestAge group.

The New Roles of Men and Women and Implications for Families and Societies

This keynote chapter presents main research findings on new gender roles and their implications for families and societies. It first depicts the development of family forms in Europe over the past

Sustained Positive Deviant Child Care Practices and Their Effects on Child Growth in Viet Nam

Growth-promoting behaviors identified through PD studies and practiced through neighborhood-based rehabilitation sessions persisted years after program completion and contributed to better growth of younger siblings never exposed to the program.

The Relation of Self-Efficacy and Assertiveness to Willingness to Engage in Traditional/Nontraditional Career Activities

The relation of self-efficacy and assertiveness to the willingness of women to engage in traditional or nontraditional career activities was studied. One hundred and twenty-two undergraduate females

Positive deviance in child nutrition.

The United Nations University is an organ of the United Nations established by the General Assembly in 1972 to be an international community of scholars engaged in research, advanced training, and

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Visual Documentation of Traditional Nigerian Hair Styles and Designs as a means of expressing Social and Cultural Heritage through Photography

  • Global Journal of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences,
  • 2015