Mr Gwatirera Javangwe
Key Research area: Forensic Psychology
Cell: +263 772 960 707
1. Chisango T & Javangwe G. (2012) Are people better at Recognizing Ambivalent Sexism on the Basis of the Non- standard Profiles than standard ones? Sex Roles, (67) 69-82.
2. Javangwe, G & Mukondyo, R.Z. (2012). A comparison of the interactive play behaviours between children with albinism and their siblings and children without albinism and their non-albino siblings. Early Child Development and Care,182 (12) 1593-1610.
3. Javangwe, G., & Chitsiku, S. (2009). Enumeration of children living and working in the streets of Harare, Epwoth, Norton, Chitungwiza and Ruwa. Harare: Tatu Publications. ISBN 978-0-7974-4234-4.
4. Javangwe, G. Chitsiku, S. & Mhizha, S. (2009). The nature and prevalence of violence and sexual abuse among boys living and working. Harare: Harare: Tatu Publications.
5. Javangwe, G. (2008). The boy child’s voice: A dimension to children’s rights, sexuality, reproductive health rights, sexual abuse. Harare: Padare.
6. Javangwe, G. (2008a). Sexuality, reproductive health, rights, gender based violence, and HIV and AIDS in selected tertiary institutions of higher learning. Harare: Padare.
7. Javangwe, G. (2008b). Synopsis of sexuality, reproductive health rights, gender based violence and HIV and AIDS in tertiary institutions. Harare: Padare.
8. Javangwe, G., Mudzwiti, K., & Muromo, T. (2007). Men’s knowledge attitudes, beliefs and practices on gender based violence and its interface with HIV and AIDS. Harare: Padare.
9. Javangwe, G., & Mudzwiti, K. (2007). Training of trainers manual: Men as partners programme in combating gender based violence and HIV and AIDS. Harare: Padare.