African Women as Mothers and Persons in Rhetoric and Practice: A Critical Study of African Womanhood, Maternal Roles, and Identities in Theological and Cultural Constructs in the Roman Catholic Tradition

  • Anastasia Arabome

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

Abstract

Date of Award24 Oct 2017
Original languageEnglish
Awarding Institution
  • University of Roehampton
SupervisorTina Beattie (Supervisor) & R. David Muir (Supervisor)

Keywords

  • Africa, Women, Womanhood, Motherhood, Maternal mortality, Identity, Church.

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African Women as Mothers and Persons in Rhetoric and Practice: A Critical Study of African Womanhood, Maternal Roles, and Identities in Theological and Cultural Constructs in the Roman Catholic Tradition
Arabome, A. (Author). 24 Oct 2017

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis