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Title: A catalyst for family empowerment.
Authors: IGBINEDION, VICTOR IMUETINYAN
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Secretarial Education.Ozean Journal of Social Sciences. An official publication of Ozel Academy, Dumlupinar University, Turkey
Series/Report no.: 3(3);224-231
Abstract: This paper discusses Secretarial education as a catalyst for family empowerment. This is against the background that when the family, which is considered as the bedrock of any society is empowered it subsequently leads to the social, economic and political growth and stability of any nation. Though the husband or man is generally regarded as the breadwinner, the wife or woman plays a major and critical role in family stability and economy. On this score she is acknowledged, projected and recommended for more education given the low accessibility of women to education in most developing countries. The point is emphasized that substantial family income requires prudent management and financial literacy for proper family empowerment.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/579
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