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Jul-2014Couples in Search of Children: A Study of Strategies and Management of Infertility in Contemporary GhanaDzorgbo, D.; Darkwah, A.K.; Arhinful, D.K.; Hiadzi, R.A.; University of Ghana, College of Humanities ,School of Social Sciences , Department of Sociology
Dec-2014Domestication of the Mobile Phone Amongst Kantamanto Used-Clothes Traders in AccraDzorgbo, D; Darkwah, A.K.; Asante, R.K.B.; University of Ghana, College of Humanities, School of Social Sciences , Department of Sociology
2010Education: Pathway to Empowerment for Ghanaian Women?Darkwah, A.K.
Jun-2012Immigrant Businesss in Ghana. A Study of the Lebanese in AccraDarkwah, A.K.; Okyerefo, M.P.K.; Marfo, S.O.; University of Ghana, College of Humanities, School of Social Sciences, Department of Sociology
2008Parents’ Perceptions, Attitudes and Acceptability of Treatment for Childhood Malaria with Therapies in GhanaAdjei, G.O.; Darkwah, A.K.; Goka, Q.; Bart-Plange, C.; Alifrangis, M.L.; Kurtzhals, J.A.; Rodrigues, O.P.
2008Race, Gender and Global Love: Non-Ghanaian Wives, Insiders or Outsiders in Ghana?Darkwah, A.K.; Adomako, A.A.
Jul-2015The Rebels Within: An Analysis of First Generation Educated Women in Ghana, a Study of Kyebi.Darkwah, A.K.; Ohemeng, F.; Akuffo, A.G.; University of Ghana, College of Humanities, School of Social Sciences, Department of Sociology
2011Religious Differences in Modernization of the Family: Family Demographic Trends in GhanaHeaton, T.; Darkwah, A.K.
2007Women’s Labor in the Global Economy: Speaking in Multiple Voices. In: Work as a Duty and as a Joy: Understanding the Role of Work in the Lives of Ghanaian Female Traders of Global Consumer Items, edited by Sharon HurleyDarkwah, A.K.