Dr. E.J.R Mandizadza
DPhil (UZ), MSc (UZ), BSc Hons Sociology (UZ), Diploma in Personel Management (IPMZ)
Key Research area: Sociology & Anthropology of Health &Illness , Cultural Tourism, Alternative Health Care, Political Sociology
- Mandizadza, E and Chidarikire, S (2016) A Phenomenological Study into the Role of Spirituality and Religiousness in the Mental Health of People with Cancer in Zimbabwe. Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health, 18:2,145-161. Routledge, London.
- Mandizadza E & Rusakaniko S. (2015) Understanding Delayed Presentation among Selected People with Cancer in Zimbabwe: A Phenomenological View. Journal of Social Development in Africa, Vol 30, Number 2
- Mandizadza E, Bhatasara S and Nyamwanza O (2014) ‘Land Reform Programme and Rural Tourism in Zimbabwe.’ In Mararike CG (ed) Land: An Empowerment Asset for Africa. The Human Factor Perspective, Harare, University of Zimbabwe Publications.
- Nyamwanza O and Mandizadza E. (2014) ‘Informal Economy Survival Strategies in an Era of Displacement and Economic Crisis: Insights from Makoni Home Industries, Journal of Gleanings From Academic Outliers 3(1) 38-63 Fall 2014 International Institute for Human Factor Development and EBSCO (online).
- Nyamwanza O, Dzingirai V and Mandizadza E. (2014) ‘Modern Agricultural Technologies and the Human Factor,’ Review of Human Factor Studies Vol 20 No 1, 2014. International Institute for Human Factor Development.
- Gutsa I and Mandizadza E (2014) Enabled or Disabled? Assessing State-Civil Society Relations in a Changed Political Establishment in Zimbabwe. Vol 3 (1) 25-37 Fall 2014. Journal of Gleanings from Academic Outliers. International Institute for Human Factor Development and EBSCO (online).
- Bhatasara S and Mandizadza E. (2014). Climate Change and Indigenous Knowledge in Zimbabwe: A Human Factor Approach. In Mararike C.G (2014) Land: An Empowerment Asset for Africa. Harare, University of Zimbabwe Publications.
- Mandizadza, E., & Chavunduka, G. L. (2013). Traditional medicine and HIV and AIDS treatment challenges, prospects and lessons for Zimbabwe. In G. T. Fetene & R. Mesfin (Eds.), Antiretroviral treatment in sub-Saharan Africa: Challenges and prospects (pp. 139–164). Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa.
- Mandizadza E.J.R. (2016). When People Diagnosed with Cancer Consult Traditional Health Practitioners in Zimbabwe. Review of Human Factor Studies, Vol 22, Issue 1, (64-68). International Institute of Human Factor Development and EBSCO (Online).
- Mandizadza E. (2015).THe Interplay of Poverty, Gender, Culture and Energy after Rural Electrification: A Case Study of Dombwe Business Centre in Rural Msengezi, Zimbabwe, Journal of Humanities/Zambezia, 42 , (i/ii):(89-107), University of Zimbabwe Publications.