Gwenzi Getrude Dadirai
Gwenzi Getrude Dadirai
University of Johannesburg
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Constructing the Meaning of “Family” in the Context of Out-of-Home Care: An Exploratory Study on Residential Care Leavers in Harare, Zimbabwe
GD Gwenzi
Emerging Adulthood, 1-10, 2018
62018
The transition from institutional care to adulthood and independence: A social services professional and institutional caregiver perspective in Harare, Zimbabwe
GD Gwenzi
Child Care in Practice 25 (3), 248-262, 2019
52019
The relationship between functional health literacy, health-related behaviours, and sociodemographic characteristics of street-involved youth in Ghana
PA Amoah, AO Koduah, RM Gyasi, GD Gwenzi, US Anaduaka
International Journal of Health Promotion and Education 57 (3), 116-132, 2019
42019
Psychological wellbeing in diaspora space: a study of African economic migrants in Hong Kong
PA Amoah, AO Koduah, US Anaduaka, EA Addae, GD Gwenzi, ...
Asian Ethnicity, 1-18, 2020
12020
4 Methodological and ethical considerations in the study on children’s everyday lives under COVID-19 in three African countries: Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa
GD Gwenzi, US Anaduaka, SB Adjei, A Oladosu, ST Sam
Researching in the Age of COVID-19 Vol 2: Volume II: Care and Resilience, 2020
2020
Social media tax and lifestyle patterns of Ugandan youth
MN KATUNZE, US ANADUAKA, GD GWENZI
Postgraduate Conference on Interdiscplinary Learning: Positioning the Young …, 2019
2019
Constricting the meaning of family in the context of biological family separation: a study of children in institutional care and care leavers in Zimbabwe
GD GWENZI
2019
Internet risks and teenage children’s agency: a case of post-primary students at a school in Chiredzi, Zimbabwe
J Dzoro, A Chereni, GD Gwenzi
African Journal of Social Work 9 (2), 87-96, 2019
2019
Representations of ‘family’ in residential care: Perspectives from residential care staff in Zimbabwe
GD Gwenzi
Scottish Journal of Residential Care 18 (2), 1-15, 2019
2019
INSIDER/OUTSIDER STATUS OF “RETURNING” RESEARCHERS IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
G Gwenzi, US Anaduaka, EA Asante
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