Staff Profile

/Ms Manuku Mukoni

Ms Manuku Mukoni

Lecturer


Qualifications :

  • Masters in Educational Philosophy (Midlands State University 2007)
  • Bachelor of Education in Biology (university of Zimbabwe, 1998
  • Diploma in education (university of Zimbabwe, 1994)
  • PhD candidate in Gender education (University of kwazulu Natal),

Research Interests:

  • Gender, environment and sustainable development
  • Education for sustainable development, environmental education
  • Indigenous knowledge systems
  • Construction of masculinities and femininities

Publications: 

  • Unit 8 Gender Empowerment. A unit in the introduction to gender Module published by Book love publishers in 2011.
  • Teachers’ conception of Education for sustainable development: A case of Secondary school Teachers in Gweru peri-urban , Zimbabwe. The Dyke, volume, 6, Number 3, 2012 pp173-191.
  • The impact of load shedding on gender relations in heterosexual Households in Mkoba North, Gweru, Zimbabwe: Implications for Sustainable development. International journal of Development and Sustainability Volume 1, Number 2 September 2012 pp402-416.
  • Traditional science of seed and crop yield preservation: Exploring the contributions of women to indigenous knowledge systems in Zimbabwe (co-authored with Matsa.W.) International Journal of humanities and social sciences Vol, 3 Number 4, 2013, pp 234-245.
  • Environmental Education in Zimbabwean Secondary schools: Greening or transformative social change? International journal of Asian social science, 2013 Vol 3, number 4, pp 971-991.
  • Rethinking women empowerment at the crossroads of climate change and sustainable development. . International journal of Development and Sustainability Volume 2, Number 2 September 2013 pp 1334-1345.
  • Interfacing women participation and environmental education: A step towards education for sustainable development. International journal of social science Research (Macrothink), (2015).volume 3 number 2, pp 132-137.
  • Ecological sustainability: Reinvigorate and emulate African principles of life or cease to exist? International Journal of Asian Social Science, 2015, volume 5, number 9, pp 514-521.
  • Traditional gender roles of men and women in natural resource conservation among the Vhavenda people in Zimbabwe: Implications for sustainable development. International journal of Humanities and social science, 2015, volume 5, number 4(1), pp 76-84.

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