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African Journal of Gender, Society and Development ISSN 2634-3614 E-ISSN 2634-3622 formerly Journal of Gender, Information and Development in Africa (JGIDA) ISSN: 2050-4276 E-ISSN: 2050-4284
Published Since: 2012. The Journal is currently IBSS, EBSCO, COPERNICUS, ProQuest, SABINET and J-Gate.
Publication Frequency: Quarterly (Four times a year) ISSN: 2634-3614 E-ISSN: 2634-3622

On behalf of the editorial board and the entire value chain including authors, reviewers, and staff, I am delighted to present the Volume 9 Number 3 edition of the of the African Journal of Gender, Society and Development (AJGSD). This is the last issue for 2020 and marks the end of my first year as guest editor. It is therefore a time of reflection and an opportunity to thank all the people who have contributed in one way or another to the success of the journal over the year. First and foremost, I would like to acknowledge and appreciate the authors who have continued to display their unwavering support to the journal with an ever-increasing rate of high-quality submissions. I say a big thank you to all our esteemed authors and hope they will continue to choose AJGSD as their favored place of publication. Secondly, I would like to thank all members of the editorial board who work extremely hard to ensure that every manuscript is reviewed by people with relevant expertise in the subje............

 African Journal of Gender, Society and Development (AJGSD), is proud to release the current issue of the quarterly publication. Over the past eight year, the journal has strived to contribute to the intellectual discourse surrounding various topical issues on gender, information, and development in Africa, by publishing and disseminating knowledge in articles by students, practitioners, and academics and established scholars based within and outside the African continent.  By any measurable standard, the journal has been successful: it has seen a constant increase in the number of manuscript submissions and diversity of published articles as well as a steady rise in readership, and citations of the published papers.  By providing an outlet for scholars, especially young and upcoming African scholars, the journal is helping to build the stock of knowledge about emerging gender, information, and developmental issues in Africa. The visibility and reputation of the journal ............

 The Journal of Gender, Information and Development in Africa (JGIDA) strives towards excellence and relevance in African scholarship. JGIDA promotes freedom of inquiry and research with a view to stimulating and entrenching a culture and tradition of independent African research issues. To this end, JGIDA foregrounds the following: African responses to regional challenges; African world views; knowledge bases that are intrinsically and inherently African; indigenous ways of thinking; knowledge systems based on African realities; implication of information and communications technologies (ICTs) in information societies, research reflecting the social, economic and developmental constructs of African scholarship. JGIDA strives to engender high quality international scholarly excellence focusing on the research needs of the knowledge economy, technology innovation and transfer predicated on diverse cross disciplinary subjects in the social sciences, humanities and the arts. The focu............

  Journal of Gender, Information and Development in Africa (JGIDA) attempts with every Issue to point the way forward in the development quest of the Africa continent. This it does by triggering debates and posing important questions on the several issues plaguing Africa and its peoples. Gender, information and development without doubt are some of the most fundamental issues which demand attention and very important at the intellectual cum academic levels. With their resolution, the continent can gear towards development and close the advancement gap between her and other regions of the world. This Special Issue of the journal is one of such interventions. With contributions from seasoned academics and policy experts, topics that touch on the central themes of the journal are addressed. Issues such as ecology, climate and environment, learning, gender, culture, migration, unemployment, indigenous knowledge system among others are discussed from multidisciplinary perspective. ............

  Journal of Gender, Information and Development in Africa commits to the finding solutions to the many social ills of Africa and the world by extension. Thecommitment to practical solutions through well-researched and analytically robust articles have been sustained by the journal by the consistency of its issues. Issues surrounding gender, information and development are arguably Africa’s most prominent problems and the aim of this journal is to address them as cogently as possible through multidisciplinary research interventions that it provides for scholars from diverse academic, policy, advocacy and related backgrounds. This present issue of the journal looks at broad range of issues. These include issues like work place deviance, personality trait, maritime, education, gender, curriculum studies, security and policing, research and development, religion, technology, governance, foreign policy, parenting, media, culture and other themes of importance to African an............


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