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Research in Women Studies

Women studies as a discipline is by now securely established in several universities and research centres. The time, however, has come to critically evaluate the discipline, especially the research that emanates from women studies centres. This article argues for research in the subject to be imbued with more vigour. This implies a greater self-awareness but also an understanding of the past and of earlier endeavours and interventions. Methodologies selected and methods adopted for study must be critically selected to suit the context of study. Moreover, research findings should ostensibly seek to benefit the subject as well. If findings are widely collated, it could also help foster and develop a better understanding of the subject.

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