Sexism, Sexual Violence, Sexuality, and the Schooling of Girls in Africa: A Case Study from Lusaka Province, Zambia

@inproceedings{Bowman2013SexismSV,
  title={Sexism, Sexual Violence, Sexuality, and the Schooling of Girls in Africa: A Case Study from Lusaka Province, Zambia},
  author={Cynthia Grant Bowman and Elizabeth Brundige},
  year={2013}
}
Introduction 38I. Zambia: The Context 40II. Methodology 44III. Findings 48A. Sexism Within and Outside of the Classroom 49B. Sexual Violence 54C. Sexuality and Its Consequences 63Conclusions and recommendations 69IntroductionSince at least 1990, international organizations have identified the education of girls as a key indicator of economic development.1 This relationship can be understood in at least two ways. First, the elimination of illiteracy and other indicia of increased life skills… CONTINUE READING

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