Image and Reality: Career Goals of Educated Ugandan WomenCanadian Journal of African Studies (1972)
AbstractThis paper presents an initial exploration of the relationship between the employment and the training of women in the context of a single African country, Uganda. It begins with an analysis of the present and projected employment picture for women in relationship to the number of secondary school girls. The analysis then focuses on job aspirations and expectations of girls in secondary schools, at both the lower and higher school level. Differences between expectations and probable opportunities are discussed and related to certain differences in secondary schools.
Citation InformationDavid R. Evans. "Image and Reality: Career Goals of Educated Ugandan Women" Canadian Journal of African Studies Vol. VI Iss. II (1972)
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