Socio-cultural influence of gender roles in women’s health care utilization in South West Nigeria
Socio-cultural factors are threat to women’s health and well-being. A culture reinforces the gender role and lifestyle of husbands and wives. No matter how equipped a health facility is, it is the patronage that makes the difference to good health. People’s socio-cultural background plays a vital role in seeking and acceptance of health care. The consequence of these factors on the use of...
Published at Open Journal of Social Sciences (OJSS)
Published in 2018
Azuh, Dominic, Oluyemi Fayomi, and Lady Ajayi
AJAYI Lady Adaina » Lady Adaina Ajayi (nee Yartey) is a faculty and researcher in the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Covenant University, Nigeria. She earned her doctoral degree in International Relations with a focus on the effectiveness of homegrown versus transplanted human rights regimes in protecting women's rights. Specifically, her work examined the impact of the Violence... view full profile
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