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Ms N.Z. Choguya

Lecturer

Ms N.Z. Choguya (PhD Candidate)

Key Research area:  Sociology and Anthropology of Heallth & Illness, Women, Children, Gender and Sexuality, Rural Development

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Publications

1. Gutsa I and Choguya N.Z. “Economic Decline, Health Worker Migration and its Impact on Female Workload in Zimbabwe”, Journal of Sociological Research Vol. 3 No. 2
2. Choguya N.Z. 2013 Diversification of Rural Livelihood Portfolios in Zimbabwe. Lambert Academic Publishers

Prof C.G Mararike

Senior Lecturer

Prof C.G Mararike 
Key Research area: Rural Development, Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Organizational Studies, Human Factor Studies

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Publications

Books
1. Mararike, C. G. 1995. Grassroots Leadership. Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications.
2. Mararike, C. G. 1999. Grassroots Leadership 2nd edition, Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications.
3. Mararike, C. G. 1999. Survival Strategies in Rural Zimbabwe, Harare: Mond Books (Juta, Zimbabwe).
4. Mararike, C. G. 2011. Survival Strategies, 2nd edition, Harare: Best Practices Book.
5. Mararike, C. G. & Chivaura, V. G. (eds) The Human Factor Approach to Development in Africa, Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications.
6. Mararike, C. G. (2001). Africa’s Heritage: Our rallying Point: The Case of Zimbabwe’s Land Issue. Harare: Best Practices Books.
7. Mararike, C. G. (2003) The role of Madzishe in Nation Building, Harare:
8. Mararike, C. G. (ed) (2006) Sports, Juju and Human Factor Development Harare: Best Practices Books.
9. Mararike, C.G. and Vengeyi O. (ed) (2016). Knowledge Production and African Universities. A Struggle against Social Death. Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications.
10. Mararike, C.G. and Vengeyi O (2016). “A Struggle against Social Death” In Mararike, C.G. and Vengeyi O. (ed) Knowledge and African Universities: A Struggle Against Social Death, Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications.
11. Mararike, C.G. and Vengeyi O (2016). Knowledge Production and African Universities: The Human Factor Approach in Mararike, C.G. And Vengeyi O. (ed) Knowledge and African Universities: A Struggle Against Social Death, Harare : University of Zimbabwe Publications.
12. Mararike, C.G. (2016). Intangible Assets as Survival Strategies: A Case of Kurova Guva. In Mararike, C.G. and Vengeyi O. (ed) Knowledge Production and African Universities: A Struggle Against Social Death, Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications.
13. Mararike, C.G. (2016).Way Forward: Agenda 2063. In Mararike, C.G. and Vengeyi O. (ed) Knowledge and African Universities: A Struggle Against Social Death, Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications.

Chapters in Published Books
1. Mararike, C. G. (1992) “Script Writing, Presentation and Radio Formats” In: the Editor’s Manual. Gweru: Mambo Press.
2. Mararike, C. G. (1993) “A Historical Overview of Media and Political Change in Rhodesia” In Zhuwara et al (eds) Media and Democratization and Identity, Harare: UZ English Department.
3. Mararike, C. G. (1995) Indegenous Leadership Styles: Can Grapes be Picked from an Orange Tree?” In S. Adjibolosoo (ed). The Significance of the Human Factor in African Economic Dev. Westport, C.T.: Praeger
4. Mararike, C. G. (1995) “Proceedings of AFU/PRA Workshop in Buhera District.” In: Pottier, J. (ed) African Food Systems Under Stress, Brighton: Desktop Display.
5. Mararike, C. G. (1996): “The use of Trees, Birds and Animal Behaviour as Measures of Environmental Change by Shona People of Zimbabwe.” In H. Humbly and T. Angura (eds) Grassroots Indicators for Desertification, Ottawa: IDRC.
6. Mararike, C. G. (1998) “Zimbabwe’s Human Factor Balance Sheet: An Analysis of the Causes of Corruption” In: S. Adjibolosoo (ed) International Perspective on the Human Factor in Economic Development, Westport: G. T. Praeger.
7. Mararike, C. G. (1998) “The Human Factor, Media and Politics in Southern Rhodesia” In V. G. Chivaura
8. Mararike, C. G. (eds) The Human Factor Approach to Development in Africa, Harare: UZP.
9. Mararike, C. G. (1998) “Southern Migration in Far North: Zimbabwe Farm workers in Northern Province” In M. Crush (ed) Borderline Farming: Foreign Migrants in South African Commercial Agriculture: Cape Town, Idasa.
10. Mararike, C. G. (2006) “The Human Factor Ethics and Culture” Implications to Business in Africa in Muzvidziwa et al (eds) the Human Factor Business: Lesson for Africa. Harare: UZP
11. Mararike, C. G. (2011) “Indigenous Leaders and Control of HIV and AIDS” In Wangulu, E. F. (ed) Pretoria: SAFAIDS.
12. Mararike, C. G. (2006) 2006 “Introduction” in C. G. Mararike, (ed) Sports, Juju and Human Factor Development, Harare: Best Practices Books.
13. Mararike, C. G. (2006) “Role of Sports in Human Factors Development. Harare: Best Practices Books.
14. Mararike, C. G. (2012) “Developing a whole Person: Education Based on concepts drawn from Culture” In: Gambahaya, Z. & Muhwati, I. (eds) Rediscoursing African womanhood. Harare: College Press.

Journal Articles
1. Mararike, C. G. (1995) “The Role of Information in the Development of the Human Factor.” In Review of Human Factor Studies, Vol. 1 No 2, pp98-109.
2. Mararike, C. G. (1997). “Indigenous Knowledge and Human Factor Development”. In Review of Human Factor Studies, Vol. 3 No 2 pp 49-65.
3. Mararike, C. G. (1998) “The Role of Culture in Human Development: A Comparative Analysis”. In the Review of Human Factor Studies, Vol. 6 No. 1, pp 55-66.
4. Mararike, C. G. (2000) The Human Factor and the Control of HIV/AIDS. In Review of Human Factor Studies, Vol. 6 No. 1, pp 55-66.
5. Mararike, C. G. (2001) “Revival of Indigenous Food Security Strategies at the Village Level. In Review of Human Factor Studies Vol. 8, No. pp 53-66.
6. Mararike, C. G. (2012) “Attachment Theory and Kurova Guva.” Zambezia, Vol 36

Prof R.B. Gaidzanwa

Senior Lecturer 

Prof R.B Gaidzanwa

Key Research area: Gender, Industrial & Educational Sociology, Musicology

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Publications

Books
1. Gaidzanwa, R.B (1985), Images of Women in Zimbabwe Literature, College Press. Harare.
2. Gaidzanwa, R.B (2001), Issues in Policy-Making in Southern Africa. SAPES Books
3. Gaidzanwa, R.B (2001), Speaking for Ourselves: Masculinities and Femininities at the University of Zimbabwe. (ed) Ford Foundation/AAP/GSA. Harare.
4. Gaidzanwa, R.B (2001) Social Policy Options for Zimbabwe beyond 2007. UZ Centre for Rural Development and Kellogg. Harare.

Articles, Book Chapters and Monographs
1. Gaidzanwa, R.B and Manyeruke, C. Livelihoods Situation Analysis of University of Zimbabwe Female Students. A publication of the Students’ Solidarity Trust. Harare. 2010
2. Gaidzanwa, R.B (2010), African Feminism: Rethinking approaches and reconsidering strategies. in BUWA: A Journal on African Women’s Experiences. Vol. 1. Issue 1.
3. Gaidzanwa, R.B (2009) Poverty, HIV and AIDS: Implications for Southern Africa in the Global Capitalist Architecture in 4. CODESRIA/ACLA South-South Collaborative Program Series. Paper No 23. Dakar, HIV/AIDS, Gender and Social Development in the Millenium.
4. Gaidzanwa, R.B (2008), Academics at Play: Leisure and Recreation as processes of contesting, producing and reproducing intellectual, gender and institutional cultures at the University of Zimbabwe. AAU/UCT. Cape Town.
5. Gaidzanwa, R.B (2008), Policy making in Zimbabwe’s social sectors: An analysis” in Gaidzanwa, R.B. (ed) Processes and practises in Policy making since 2000 in Zimbabwe (provisional title) Kellogg Foundation and Centre for Rural Development, UZ. Harare. 2008.
6. Gaidzanwa, R.B (2007) Gender Issues in Post –Primary Education (PPE). Background Paper. ADEA/International Institute for Education and UNESCO.
7. Gaidzanwa, R.B (2007) Alienation, Gender and Institutional culture at the University of Zimbabwe in Feminist Africa: Rethinking Universities 1. Issue 8. September 2007. pp 60-80.
8. Gaidzanwa, R.B (2007) Academic Women: Building Human Capital at the University of Zimbabwe in Assie-Lumumba, N.T. Reconceptualisiing Gender-Based Human Capabilities and Upgrading Human Rights to Knowledge. CEPARRED Pan African Series. Abidjan. Cote d’voire.
9. Gaidzanwa, R.B (2006) Continuity and Change in Women’s Shona and Ndebele Writing in Zimbabwe: A Gender Analysis In Mguni, Z Furusa, M and Magosvongwe, R (eds) African Womanhood in Zimbabwe Literature: New Critical Perspectives on Women’s Literature. African Languages College Press. Harare.
10. Gaidzanwa, R.B (2006), Revitalizing the Women’s Movement in Southern Africa: A concept paper, OSISA. Johannesburt.
11. Rethinking Gender Mainstreaming in the Era of Rights: A critical analysis of gender mainstreaming as a strategy for women’s empowerment in OPENSPACE Quarterly Journal of the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa. Vol. 1.No.1. April 2005.
12. Gaidzanwa, R.B (2004) Women, Gender and Electoral Politics in Zimbabwe. Electoral Institute of Southern Africa Research Report No. 8.
13. Gaidzanwa, R.B (2004) Emerging Challenges in Zimbabwe’s Land Reform Programme OSSREA BULLETIN Volume. 1. No. 2.
14. Gaidzanwa, R.B (2001), Masculinities and Femininities at the University of Zimbabwe: Student perspectives and responses through the Affirmative Action project. Speaking for Ourselves: Masculinities and Femininities amongst students at the University of Zimbabwe UZ/AAP/Ford Foundation. Harare.
15. Gaidzanwa, R.B (2001), Family and household concepts in creative policy making, Policy Making Issues in Southern Africa. SAPES. 2001.
16. Gaidzanwa, R.B (2001) An Introduction: Policy Making in Southern Africa. Policy Making Issues in Southern Africa. SAPES.
17. Gaidzanwa, R.B (2001), Politics and the State in Southern Africa. Policy Making Issues in Southern Africa. SAPES.
18. Gaidzanwa, R.B (2000), Routledge International Encyclopaedia of Women. Routledge Article 870.
19. Gaidzanwa, R.B (1999), Voting With Their Feet: A Study of Zimbabwe Doctors and Nurses Who Have Migrated From Zimbabwe At The Time of Structural Adjustment. Research Report No. 111. Nordic Africa Institute. Uppsala. Sweden
20. Gaidzanwa, R.B (1999), Indigenisation as Empowerment? Gender and Race in the Empowerment Discourse in Zimbabwe”. In Cheater, A.P. (ed) The Anthropology of Power. Routledge. London and New York. 1999.
21. Gaidzanwa, R.B (1999), Gender, Class and Custom into the Millennium. SARIPS Occasional Paper. Constitutional Series. 1999.

Prof V.N Muzvidziwa

Senior Lecturer

Prof V.N Muzvidziwa

Key Research area: Gendered Migration, Livelihoods Studies, Social Policy, Anthropology of Identity

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