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dc.contributor.authorSeliwah, Justine-
dc.description학위논문(석사)----아주대학교 국제대학원--NGO학과,2007. 8-
dc.description.tableofcontentsChapter One Introductory Statement 1.1 Introduction 1 1.2 Background Information on Cameroon 2 1.3 The Overview of Gender Issues in Cameroon 2 1.4 Problem Statement 4 1.5 The Motivation of Study 5 1.6 The Objective of Study 5 1.7 Research Questions 6 1.8 The Significance of the Study 6 1.9 Definition of key Concepts 6 Chapter Two Literature Review 2.1 Literature Review and Theoretical Analyses 8 2.1.1 Patriarchy in Cameroon 12 2.2 Hypotheses 16 2.3 Data Collection 17 2.4 Delimitation of Scope 17 Chapter Three Gender Inequalities in Cameroon 3.1 Causes of Gender Inequalities in Cameroon 18 3.2 The Manifestation of Gender Inequalities in Cameroon 18 3.2.1 The Access of women to Employment 19 3.2.2 Women and Education 20 3.2.3 Women, Poverty and Health 21 3.2.4 Women and Agriculture 21 3.2.5 Women and Marriage 22 3.2.6 Women and Political Participation 23 3.2.7 The Economic Status of Women in Cameroon 24 3.2.8 Female Genital Mutilation 27 Chapter Four NGO and Legal Framework in Cameroon 4.1 Rise of NGOs and Legal Framework 28 4.2 The Description of NGOs in Cameroon 32 4.3 Role of Cameroon Government in Promoting Gender equality in Cameroon 34 4.4 Some NGOs Involve in the Fight against Gender Inequalities in Cameroon 34 4.4.1 International NGOs 35 4.4.2 The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) 35 4.4.3 World Trade Organization (WTO) 36 4.4.4 United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) 37 4.4.5 United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) 37 4.4.6 National NGOs (Urban Based) 37 4.4.7 Community Education and Development (CEDS) 37 4.4.8 Association pour le Soutien et l?Appui ? la Femme Entrepreneur (ASAFE ) 38 Chapter Five he Analysis of NGOs Activities in Promoting Gender Equality in Cameroon 5.1 General Analysis 40 5.2 The Environmental Constraints of NGOs 40 5.3 NGO Governance in Cameroon: Dilemmas 41 5.4 Case Analysis 43 Chapter Six Summary, Conclusion and Recommendations 6.1 Summary and Conclusion 45 6.2 General Recommendations 46 6.3 The Limitations of Study and Problems Faced 48-
dc.publisherGraduate School of International Studies Ajou University-
dc.rights아주대학교 논문은 저작권에 의해 보호받습니다.-
dc.title.alternativeJustine Seliwah-
dc.contributor.affiliation아주대학교 국제대학원-
dc.contributor.alternativeNameJustine Seliwah-
dc.contributor.department국제대학원 NGO학과- 8-
dc.description.alternativeAbstractThis thesis would not have been possible without the kind support, the trenchant critiques, the probing questions, and the remarkable patience of my thesis advisor Professor Jeong, Hyoung-Wook. I cannot thank him enough. I also acknowledge the great contributions of the members of the defense committee Professors Yi Ki Ho and II- Joon Chung for inspirational comments and concern. I am grateful to all my Cameroonian mates, Tandia Vernasius, Obase Samuel and his wife Yvonne and Terence for day to day support. I remain indebted to my parents, Mr and Mrs Tagho Martin Ashanga, my younger brother - Ashanga Roger, my dear aunt ? Ndiforchu Christina, my dear uncle- Ndiforchu Jacob and Mr /s Gana Peter, my cousins Susan, Felicita, Albert, Mary and Terence for their constant encouragements and love I have relied throughout my time at Ajou University. I would also like to thank my Cameroonian friends like Nebabi Henrietta, Mr/s Forchingong Charles, Fon Cicil, Evans Muna, Mr. Austin Achunkwe of P and T Buea for their regular communication that inspired me to work harder. Korean friends like Jenny, Jackie, Shawny and wife, Mr. Park, Mrs. Kim, Rachel, Julia and Vincent and staffs of the graduate School of International Studies (GSIS) Ajou University for making my life meaningful in South Korea.-
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