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Fragmenting the Family? The Complexity of Household Migration Strategies in Post-apartheid South Africa

29% of all African adults who were nonresident members of a rural household for reasons of employment (or temporary labor migrants); by 2008, this had increased to 37% ( Posel, 2010 ). When migration is defined more broadly to include any move across a municipal boundary, then Schiel and Leibbrandt (2015) estimate that by 2012, rates of male and female migration had equalized. In the context of low and falling marriage rates in South Africa, women typically bear both economic and caregiving responsibilities for children ( Hatch and Posel, 2018 ). A persistence

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Psychosocial and Physical Benefits of Exercise Among Rural Secondary School Students

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Voices heard and lessons learnt: Exploring multiple knowledges and local participation in a community-based integrated early childhood development project in rural South Africa

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Hierarchies of knowledge, incommensurabilities and silences in South African ECD policy: Whose knowledge counts?

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Determinants of Access to Formal Credit by the Poor Households

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The Motor Development and Motor Skill Levels of 6-Year-Old Children from the Lublin Voivodeship

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Late childhood and adolescence growth sensitivity to political transition: the case of South African Cape coloured schoolchildren during and post-apartheid

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Transformative Interventions Fostering Mainstreaming of Black South African Women into Managerial Positions in the Private Sector

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Effect of Agripreneurship on Employment and Income Generation in Cattle Fattening Business in Nigeria

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Women’s Status among Households in Southern Ethiopia: Survey of Autonomy and Power

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