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Dr E.J.R Mandizadza

Senior Lecturer

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

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Publications

 

  1. 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.
  2. 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
  3. 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.
  4. 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).
  5. 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.
  6. 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).
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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).
  10. 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.

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