Rural and Agricultural Sociology
1. Resolving Methods of Marital Discords and Conflicts of Rural Women – Field Study in Menia Governorate, Egypt

Elham Abdou Mohammed Aly

Volume 8, Issue 3 , Summer 2018, , Pages 147-165

    This study was performed to identify resolving methods of marital discords and conflicts among rural women in different dimension fields, as well to study the relationship among a number of independent variables and the resolving methods of these marital discords and conflicts among rural women. ...  Read More

Agricultural Extension
2. Effectiveness of Microcredit Fund Scheme in Economic Empowerment of Rural Women in Tehran Province

Samira Saadat Salehi Abri; Mehrdad Niknami

Volume 8, Issue 2 , Spring 2018, , Pages 87-93

  Microcredit scheme is an important poverty alleviation method that facilitates the development of rural communities by creating and developing income-generating activities, especially for low-income women. The present study was aimed to examine the effectiveness of the microcredit fund scheme on the ...  Read More

3. Knowledge of Women with Agricultural Household Jobs toward Innovation Management in Masjed Soliman Township, Khouzestan Province, Iran

Shahrzad Faraji; Azadeh Noorollah Noorivandi

Volume 5, Issue 1 , Winter 2015, , Pages 29-34

  The purpose of this research was analyzing knowledge of women with household jobs agriculture toward innovation management in Masjed Soliman Township, Khouzestan Province, Iran. The population of this study included women with household jobs agriculture in Masjed Soliman Township. The total number of ...  Read More

4. Factors Influencing Adoption of Improved Cassava Processing Technologies by Rural Women in Enugu State, Nigeria

Asadu A.N.; Agwu A.E.; Chah J.M.; Enwelu I.A

Volume 4, Issue 4 , Autumn 2014, , Pages 205-210

    T he study examined factors influencing the adoption of improved cassava processing technologies. Interview schedule was used to collect information from 100 rural women involved in cassava processing. The average age of the respondents was 51 years and majority (77%) had formal education. The ...  Read More

5. Determinants of Entrepreneurial Orientation of Rural Women Small Business Owners: The Case of Gambella Region of Ethiopia

Daniel Temesgen; Getachew Wodajo

Volume 3, Issue 4 , Autumn 2013, , Pages 208-217

  Small business and entrepreneurship play critical role in stimulating economic activity, creating jobs, alleviating poverty and uplift living standards in Africa. It is widely accepted that the Micro and Small Enterprise (MSE) sectors have the potential to provide a livelihood for a considerably large ...  Read More