Determinants of Political Participation Among Women in Ogun State of Nigeria
Political participation is at the heart of Democracy. The more people participate the more legitimate a democratic government is. Though political participation is found to be liberal and unrestrictive, research has shown that women who constitute more than half of the Nigeria’s national population continue to suffer marginalization and discrimination. Empirical findings have revealed that...
Published at Journal of Library Information Science & Technology.
Published in 2011
Oni Samuel & Agbude Godwyns
ONI Samuel » ONI Samuel lectures at the Department of Political Science & International Relations, School of Social Sciences, Covenant University, Nigeria. He is, at present, on his doctoral degree programme in the same university. He has served in a number of the University's committees and at present, a member of the College Curriculum Committee, Department of Political Science & International Relations... view full profile
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