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Key Word Index: Volumes 1-20 (1984-2003)

This Index is a modified key word index. The key words used were derived from the titles of the articles in Volumes 1-20. The index is designed to help users readers identify articles on specific topics. Most articles are indexed by two or more sets of terms. The notation under “Location” provides first the volume number, then the issue number, and lastly the page numbers for an article.

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Key Words Location
   
Abortion & national development, Nigeria 10:1, 33-43
Abuse, prevention of 10;1, 4-32
Administration, women in 8:2, 5-24
Aesthetics (physical) & women’s rights 19:2, 59-67
African women, education for change 18:1, 24-34
Agricultural information sources 18;1, 35-50
Agricultural change & women farmers 3:1, 19-28
Agricultural change & women’s ownership of land 7:2, 42-54
Agricultural development, integration of women into 9:2. 61-83
Ahfad Reproductive Health Centre 15:1, 4-14
Ahfad University for Women  
  Characteristics of students 2;2, 41-48
  Competency (perceived) of students 4:2, 10-18
  Course in applied nutrition 5;2, 14-20
  Curriculum development for rural training program 14;2, 26-34
  Family sciences, three decades of 13:1, 4-12
  Feminist education 20:1, 38-41
  History and philosophy of 1;3-30
  Medical education, innovations in 11:2, 33-40
  Post-graduate education in human nutrition 14:1, 9-14
  Rural health training program 13:2, 4-11
  Students’ views of women's roles 3;2, 28-36
  Women and gender studies 19;1, 41-49
Aid programs, impact on women's projects 2;2, 41-51
AIDs & women 10:2, 15-26
Alcohol & malnutrition 14:1, 15-23
Anger management, prevention of abuse 10:1, 4-32
Animal by products, use of 16:1, 23-37
Animal dung & production of biogas 20:2,18-25
Anthropomorphic change of children & illness 15:1, 48-62
Applied nutrition course, content needs of 5;2, 14-20
Arab women, changing position of 5:1, 30-38
Attachment, family 14:2, 35-42
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Banana ripening 19;1,12-26
Biogas production from animal dung 20:2, 18-25
Biotechnology & natural flavor production 14:1, 34-42
Black women's writings 19;1, 4-20
Botswana, physical aesethics & women's human rights 19:2, 59-67
Butter (shea) extraction 9:1, 17-27
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Cavassava processing & utilization 9:1, 5-16
Change, education African women for 18:1, 24-34
Child care centers & human capacity formation 5;2, 43-53
Child feeding patterns & nutrition 9:2, 4-22
Child health, influence of gender 12;1, 74-86
Child rearing practices & personality development of children 4:1, 45-51
Children  
  Homeless nutritional behavior 15:2, 32-44
  and food behavior 13:1, 13-31
  Impact of early stimulation 3:2, 3-16
  Impact of television 11:1, 27-33
  Personality development and child rearing practices 4:1, 45-51
  Promoting resilience in 10:2, 5-14
Children’s creativity & cultural factors 11:1, 4-15
Children’s curiosity & maternal influence 1:45-52
Cigarette smoke, passive inhalation 7:1, 3-13
Community development, participation of women 7:2, 55-62
Cooking stove, improved 6:1, 10-16
Cultural orientation & intelligence 7:1, 51-61
Curriculum development, rural training program 14:2, 26-34
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Darfur (Northern), impacts of male outmigration on women 9:2, 37-60
Darfur (Southern) & women farmers 12:2, 30-51
Decortification & nutritive value of sorghum 8-2, 37-44
Denver prescreening development questionnaire 1:27-33
Development & intellectual women 6:2, 4-20
Development projects & women’s access to 7:2, 27-41
Developmental status of children 3:1, 29-37
Diets & influence of local customs 5:2, 27-32
Dineler National Park & sand flies 16:2, 16-26
Diplomats (women), status & mobility 6:2, 70-74
Displaced persons, promoting resilience among 20:1, 27-37
Displaced women 8:1, 22-32
Displacement of women in the irrigated sector 8:1, 55-73
Displacement, effects on Sudanese women's health & food habits 12:2, 52-68
Divorce, legal rights & attitudes & behavior of educated Sudanese women 6:2, 21-26
Doctors (female) & 20:2, 4-17
Duga stove & lessons learned 6:1, 17-26
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Early stimulation, impact on children 3:2, 3-16
Economic empowerment, legal requirements of 12:2, 4-17
Eco-feminism 11;2, 4-15
Economic policy, Republic of Yemen 10;2, 35-40
Economics & marriage in Africa 19;2, 24-41
Education, effects on political participation of women 6;2, 56-69
Educational attainment of sons & daughters in rural Egyptian households 4:2, 26-35
Educational indicators, status of women 2:1, 30-38
Egyptian households & education of sons & daughters 4;2, 26-35
Egyptian women (rural), self perception & attitudes toward male-female relations 13;2, 31-42
Elementary school curriculum & gender discrimination 4:2, 3-9
Employment (disguised) of female family labor in Turkey 5:1, 50-60
Employment laws 12:2, 4-17
English, reading in the Sudan 1:22-26
Entrepreneurial ability, women in rural Kordofan 14:2, 16-25
Evaluation of studies of handicrafts & small scale industrial activity in Sudan 9;1, 55-77
Experiment, impact of early stimulation on children 3:2, 3-16
Export base model & rural development in Sudan 15;2, 27-31
Extramarital sex & gender, southwestern Nigeria 19:2, 4-23
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Family  
  Attachment 14:2, 35-42
  Issues in Africa, a home economics perspective 19:1, 30-40
  Planning services, community & individual acceptance 4:1, 12-30
  Planning services, maternal & child health 4;1, 5-11
  Sciences & health concerns 13:1, 32-37
  Sciences at the Ahfad University for Women 13:1, 4-12
  & women in Islam 2:1, 3-14
Famine & gender roles 14:2, 4-15
Farmers’ knowledge & the of inventing 17:2, 15-2
Farmers, women in Northern Kordofan, Sudan 2;2, 9-22
Farming  
  Systems in western Sudan, roles of women 7:2, 4-26
  Technological improvements & women's access to develop projects 7;2, 27-41
  Women's contributions to in Zambia 3:2, 52-61
Female  
  Circumcision, description of 1, 11-21
  Circumcision, attitudes of male providers toward 16:1, 3-22
  Circumcision, terminology used 15:2, 4-13
  Doctors in health services 8:2, 37-57
  Genital mutilation, attitudes toward of secondary school girls 20:1, 4-11
  Genital mutilation & awareness of health services in London 17:2, 29-37
  Genital mutilation, knowledge & attitudes of female health providers 20:2, 4-17
  Genital mutilation& perpetuation by midwives & traditional birth attendants 20:2, 38-47
  Genital mutilation, sexual experience & psychosexual effects of 19:1, 21-29
  Genital mutilation & terminology used 15:2, 4-13
Feminist environmentalism 11:2, 4-15
Femininity, gender & male-female concepts 15:1, 25-47
Fish (Sudanese), reassessment of composition of 14:1, 24-33
Food behavior of young school children 13:1, 13-31
  Habits, effects on displacement on 12:2. 52-68
  Intermediate moisture food, formulation of 1, 34-44
  Security & women in developing countries 18:2, 45-54
Forest activities & NGO participation in the Sudan 6:1, 39-47
Forestry development & female attitudes 6:1, 3-9
Fuel wood consumption & female attitudes 6:1, 3-9
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Gender  
  & concepts of masculinity & femininity 15:1, 25-47
  Discrimination in elementary school curriculum 4;2, 3-9
  Equality, factors related to 5:1, 3-13
  & extramarital sex, southern Nigeria 19:2, 4-23
  & family studies, Ahfad University for Women 19:1, 41-49
  & medicine, central Sudan 19:2, 42-58
Gender relations, self perceptions & attitudes of rural Egyptian women 13:2, 31-42
Gender roles in crisis situations 14:2, 4-15
Gender research and action, Uganda 12;1, 63-73
Gender specialization, roles of females in relation to schistosmiasis 15:2, 14-26
Girls education & change of attitudes 12;1, 4-23
Grandmothers, influence on mothers’ and childrens' health 12:1, 74-86
Graphic communication and women in development 6:2, 27-55
Guar Gum bran enriched bread 18:2, 30-36
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Handicrafts, evaluation of studies of 9;1, 55-77
Harmful traditional practices, eradification of 15:1, 4-14
Hawsa tribe & Kala-azar 8;1, 51-58
Health  
  Care, communication based 3:1, 38-43
  Concerns & family sciences 13;1, 32-37
  & nutrition of women 5:2, 33-42
  Providers (female) & female genital mutilation 20:2, 4-17
  Services, awareness of among married Sudanese women in London 17:2, 29-37
  Services & role of female doctors 8:2, 37-57
Home economics, curriculum & problem areas 4:2, 36-48
Home economics, perspective on family issues & concerns in Africa 9;1, 30-40
Homeless children & nutritional behavior, Khartoum State 15:2, 32-44
Housework and production of housewives 5:2, 24-29
Household water practices, knowledge & attitudes, White Nile villagers 4:1, 31-38
Hypoglycaemic effect of Guar Gum wheat bran enriched bread 18:2, 30-36
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Income generating activities of women, Northern State, Sudan 11:1, 16-26
Income generating projects, benefits for women 3;1, 5-18
Illness & anthromorphic characteristics of young school children 5:1, 48-62
Immigrant Sudanese women, female genital mutilation and awareness of 17:2, 29-37
India, sex ration & status of women 5:1, 61-69
Informal sector, micro-enterprises of females 17:1, 4-21
Informal sector, obstacles for women in entering 8:1, 34-54
In-service education for teachers of mentally handicapped children 8:2, 25-36
Intellectual & cultural orientations of male Sudanese children 7:1, 51-61
Intellectual women & Sudanese development 6:2, 4-20
Islam, women & family 2:1, 3-14
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Kala-azar, socio-cultural aspects 18:1, 51-58
Kanana scheme & development of women 8:1, 55-73
Kenyan women & health care 3:1, 38-43
King Saud University, Saudi Arabia, nutrition majors 17:2, 38-46
Kisra production from fermented sorghum 16:1, 38-43
Kordofan Northern & agricultural change 3:1, 19-28
  Rural & developing entrepreneurial abilities of women 14:2, 16-25
  Women farmers 2:2, 9-22
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Land ownership & women 3:2, 17-27
Land ownership, women & agricultural change 7:2, 42-54
Legal empowerment of women   12:2, 4-17
Legal rights in marriage & divorce, attitudes & behavior of Sudanese women 6:2, 21-26
Luwero, processing & utilization 9:1, 5-16
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Malaysia women & passive inhalation of cigarette smoke 7:1, 3-13
Male children, cultural orientation & intelligence e 7:1, 51-61
Male-female relations, self perceptions & attitudes of rural Egyptian women 3:2, 31-42
Male out-migration, effects on women 9:2, 37-60
Malnutrition & alcoholism 14:1, 15-23
Management & women 8:2, 5-24
Marginality & disguised employment of female family labor in Turkey 5:1, 50-60
Marital status of Somali women farmers & use of time & resources 5:1, 39-49
Marriage  
  In Africa, simple economics 9:2, 24-41
  Continuity & change in Omdurman, Sudan 4:1, 39-44
  Legal rights & attitudes of educated Sudanese women 6:2, 21-26
Masalit tribes & Kala-azar 8:1, 51-58
Masculinity & femininity & gender 15:1, 25-47
Mass media, portrayal of Sudanese women in print sources 2;1, 24-62
Maternal & child health 4;1, 5-11
Medical education, innovations in 11:2, 33-40
Medicine & gender, central Sudan 9:2, 42-58
Mental health, aspects of Zar 2;2, 28-35
Mentally handicapped pupils, in-service education of teachers 8:2, 25-36
Micro-entrepreneurial motivations among females 17:1, 4-21
Micro-organisms from traditionally fermented sorghum 16:1, 38-43
Midwives & perpetuation of female genital mutilation 0:2, 38-47
Mother & child health, Ahfad Reproductive Health Center 15:1, 4-14
Mother & child health, influence of grandmothers 12:1, 71-86
Mothers, providing early stimulation for children 3:2, 3-16
Mothers’ education & performance of elementary school children 9:1, 44-55
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National development & abortion in Nigeria 10:1, 33-43
Natural flavor production, bio-technological approaches 14:1, 34-42
Nigeria, role of women in traditional agriculture 7:1, 32-50
Nigeria (northern), tradition & science 7:1, 14-31
Non-governmental organizations & forest activities in Sudan 6:1, 39-47
Northern State (Sudan) & women's income generation 11:1, 16-26
Nursing services, role of graduate nurses 8:2, 58-84
Nutrition  
  Assessment of students in university hostels 17:1, 33-44
  & behavior & characteristics of homeless children in Khartoum State 15:2, 32-44
  & child feeding patterns 9:2, 4-22
  Education programs, effect on pregnant women 9;2, 23-36
  Majors, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia 17:2, 38-46
  & socio-economic development 14;1, 4-8
  Aspects of food labeling in Saudi Arabia 18:2, 17-29
  Status, variations in relation to social variables 5;2, 3-13
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Organization and change, Ahfad Reproductive and Health Center 15:1, 4-14
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Peace, culture of within the Sudanese context 20:2, 25-37
Preschool development & child-rearing practices 4:1, 45-51
Political participation  
  Of Sudanese women 11:2, 41-49
  Of women, effect of education and socialization 6:2, 56-69
Post-graduate education & curriculum development in human nutrition 14:1, 9-14
Pregnant women & effect of nutrition education program 9:2, 23-36
Production of housewives 5:1, 24-29
Psychosexual effects of female genital mutilation 19:1, 21-29
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Recircumcision  
  Educated Sudanese women’s reasons for 11:2, 16-32
  Perceptions & attitudes of women towards 17:1, 22-32
Resilience  
  International research project 13:2, 43-67
  Promoting among displaced persons 20:1, 27-37
  Promoting in children 10:2, 5-14
Rural development  
  In Sudan & the export base mode 5:2, 27-31
  Integrating women into process 9:2, 61-83
Rural health & training programs 13:2, 4-11
Rural training projects 12:2, 18-29
Rural training programs at Ahfad University for Women 14:2, 26-34
Rural women & impact of planned change 3:1, 44-48
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Salt process, in Sierra Leone 9:1, 28-54
Sand flies 16:2, 16-26
Saudi Arabia, nutrition aspects of food labeling 18:2, 17-29
Schistosmiasis & women & gender specific roles   5:2, 14-26
School performance of elementary children & the education of mothers 10:1, 44-55
Science education & girls, Northern Nigeria 7:1, 14-31
Science & technology & Sudanese women 13:1, 38-46
Secondary school girls, attitudes toward female genital mutilation 20:1, 4-11
Sex role  
  & attitudes of students 4:2, 19-25
  & status of women in India 5:1, 61-69
Sexism in language, socio-linguistic studies 10:1, 56-71
Sexual experiences & psychological effects of female genital mutilation 9:1, 21-29
Shea butter extraction 9:1, 17-27
Sierra Leone, salt processing 9:1, 28-54
Small-scale industrial activities, evaluation of 9:1, 55-77
Socialization, effect on political participation of women 6:2, 56-69
Socio-economic development  
  & role of nutrition 14:1, 4-8
  Urban bias and education of women 10:2, 27-37
Socio-economic status & impact on attitudes toward female genital mutilation Socio-economic status & impact on attitudes toward female genital mutilation 19:1, 4-11
Social change, planned & impact on rural women 3:1, 44-48
Socio-linguistics & sexism in language 10:1, 56-71
Somali women farmers, marital status & comparative use of time & resources 5:1, 39-49
Sorghum  
  Fermentation for Kisra production 16:1, 38-43
  Nutritive value and effect of decertification 18:2, 37-44
Status of women & sex ratio in India 5:1, 61-69
Structured Adjustment Program, World Debt Crisis & role of women 11:1, 34-49
Southeastern Nigeria, gender & extramarital sex 19:2, 4-23
Southern Sudanese women, effect of displacement on health & food habits 12:2, 52-68
Sudanese children, development status 3:1, 29-37
Sudanese women’s organizations, history of 18:1, 2-23
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Teachers of mentally handicapped children, in-service education in Africa 8:2, 25-36
Television violence, impact on children& youth 11:1, 27-33
Third world debt crisis, role of women in adjusting to 11:1, 34-49
Tradition & science education of girls, Northern Nigeria 7:1, 14-31
Traditional agriculture & role of women, Nigeria 7:1, 32-50
Traditional birth attendants & the practice of female genital mutilation 20:2, 38-47
Tuberculosis, correlation of tuberculosis reaction with age 15:1, 15-24
Turkey, marginality & disguised employment of female family laborers 5:1, 50-60
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Uganda, gap between gender research & action 12:1, 63-73
Un-circumcised females & attitudes of males 16:2, 2-15
University  
  & enhancement of faculty development 4:2, 49-52
  Hostels & nutritional assessment of students 17:1, 33-44
Urbanization & impact on the welfare of women 6:1, 48-51
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Vitamin A deficiency among low income children 18:2, 3-16
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Weaning & weaning foods in the Sudan 5:2, 21-26
White Nile villages, households & water practices 4:1, 31-38
Women  
  Agricultural change & ownership of land 7:2, 42-54
  As change agents 2:2, 23-27
  & development of entrepreneurial abilities 14:2, 16-25
  & gender studies at the Ahfad University for Women 19:1, 41-49
  in development countries & food security 18:2, 45-54
  in development & graphic communication 6:2, 27-55
  diplomats in Sudan, status and mobility of 6:2, 70-74
  enrollment in higher education in the Sudan 2:2, 3-8
  family in Islam 2:1, 3-14
  farmers & agricultural change, Northern Kordofan 3:1, 19-28
  as farmers in Northern Kordofan 2:2, 9-22
  as farmers, Southern Darfur 12:2, 30-51
  as farmers, technological innovations & access to development projects 7:2, 27-41
  & fields of science & technology 13:1, 38-46
  & income generating projects 3:1, 5-18
  land & ownership 3:2, 17-27
  legal rights, attitudes & behavior of educated Sudanese women 6:2, 21-26
  & male out-migration, effects on women 9:2, 37-60
  in management & public administration 8:2, 5-24
  & mass media 12:1, 24-62
  & national level data 2:1, 15-29
  & participation in petty trading 5:1, 14-23
  role in different farming systems in western Sudan 7:2, 4-26
  role in traditional agriculture in Nigeria 7:1, 32-50
  status, based on educational indicators 2:1, 30-38
  status & fertility in the Sudan 2:1, 46-52
  as tea sellers 8:1, 4-21
  in trade, vendors in the Khartoum area markets 3:2, 37-49
  work & development in the Sudan 2:1, 39-45
  workers, private & public labour 2:2, 36-40
Women’s  
  contributions to farming in Zambia 3:2, 52-61
  economic participation & empowerment 12:2, 4-17
  education, urban bias of social & economic development 10:2, 27-34
  health, effects of displacement on 12:2, 52-68
  human rights and physical aesthetics, Botswana & Sudan 19:2, 59-67
  movement, impact on law & politics 2:1, 53-62
  projects, impact of aid 3:2, 41-51
  roles, attitudes of students at the Ahfad University for Women 3:2, 28-36
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Yemen & economic policy 10:2, 35-40
Yemen, North, hegemony & healing 6:1, 27-38
Youth, impact on television violence on 11:1, 27-33
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Zambia, women’s contributions to farming 3:2, 52-61
Zar, mental health aspects of 2:2, 28-35
   
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