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In-text: (Alhassan and Odame, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Alhassan, E. and Odame, F., 2015. Gender Inequality in Basic Education in the Northern Region of Ghana: Household and Contextual Factors in Perspectives. Ghana Journal of Development Studies, 12(1 & 2), pp.126, 136, 137.
In-text: (Barrientos, Dolan and Tallontire, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Barrientos, S., Dolan, C. and Tallontire, A., 2003. A Gendered Value Chain Approach to Codes of Conduct in African Horticulture. World Development, 31(9), p.1515.
In-text: (Buchmann, 2000)
Your Bibliography: Buchmann, C., 2000. Family Structure, Parental Perceptions, and Child Labor in Kenya: What Factors Determine Who Is Enrolled in School?. Social Forces, 78(4), pp.1349, 1351, 1355, 1359, 1371.
In-text: (Glick and Sahn, 2000)
Your Bibliography: Glick, P. and Sahn, D., 2000. Schooling of girls and boys in a West African country: the effects of parental education, income, and household structure. Economics of Education Review, 19(1), p.83.
In-text: (King and Hill, 1998)
Your Bibliography: King, E. and Hill, A., 1998. Women's education in developing countries. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, pp.26, 29.
In-text: (Kolb, 1984)
Your Bibliography: Kolb, D., 1984. Experimental learning. 1st ed. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall.
In-text: (Mohanty, 1988)
Your Bibliography: Mohanty, C., 1988. Under Western Eyes: Feminist Scholarship and Colonial Discourses. Feminist Review, (30), p.76.
In-text: (Sparks and Barnett, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Sparks, D. and Barnett, S., 2010. The Informal Sector In Sub-Saharan Africa: Out Of The Shadows To Foster Sustainable Employment And Equity?. International Business & Economics Research Journal (IBER), 9(5), p.2.
In-text: (UNESCO, 2018)
Your Bibliography: UNESCO, 2018. Education in Africa | UNESCO UIS. [online] Data for the Sustainable Development Goals. Available at: <http://uis.unesco.org/en/topic/education-africa> [Accessed 13 May 2018].
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