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Dr. Sitawa Kimuna

Sitawa Kimuna
Associate Professor
Ph.D., Kansas State University 2000
Office: Brewster A-408
Tel: 252.328.5768
E-mail: kimunas@ecu.edu

Curriculum Vita

Areas of Interest: Aging, Social Demography/Population Dynamics, Health in sub-Saharan Africa, race and ethnic relations: American and global and the social impact of mass media.


Research:

Selected Publications and Papers:

Kimuna, S.R. & Djamba, Y.K. (2011). The Influence of Race on Employment Status and Earnings of African immigrant Men in the United States. International Journal of Population Research, 2011, 1-11.

Kimuna, S.R. & Djamba, Y. (2011). The Labor Force Participation and Earnings Gap among African Immigrant Women in the U.S.A. Journal of International Migration and Integration, 2011, 1-21.

Kimuna, Sitawa R. 2008. Final Report on Support for Reproductive Health and Gender Needs for Displaced Populations with Special Attention to Adolescents 2001-2006. UNFPA: New York, NY. Kimuna, Sitawa R. 2006. Synthesis of Findings of the Inter-country Programme Evaluation Reports: Reproductive Health and Gender Needs for Internally Displaced Populations, Particularly Adolescents. UNFPA: New York, NY.  

Kimuna, Sitawa R. Zimbabwe. 2009. Zimbabwe. Pp. 615-627. In Palmore, E.B., Whittington, F., Kunkel, S. (Eds.) The International Handbook on Aging: Current Research and Developments. Praeger, Santa Barbara, CA. 

Kimuna, Sitawa R. 2008. Final Report on Support for Reproductive Health and Gender Needs for Displaced Populations with Special Attention to Adolescents 2001-2006. UNFPA: New York, NY. 

Kimuna, Sitawa R. 2006. Synthesis of Findings of the Inter-country Programme Evaluation Reports: Reproductive Health and Gender Needs for Internally Displaced Populations, Particularly Adolescents. UNFPA: New York, NY.  

Boko, S.; Baliamoune-Lutz, M. & Kimuna, S. R. (eds.). 2005. Women in African Development: The Challenge of Globalization and Liberalization in the 21st Century. Trenton, New Jersey. Africa World Press.

Kimuna, Sitawa R. 2005. Elderly Women, Economic Growth and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: Zimbabwe Case Study, (pp. 159-187). In Boko, Sylvain, Mina Baliamoune-Lutz and Sitawa R. Kimuna (eds.), Women in African Development:The Challenge of Globalization and Liberalization in the 21st Century. Africa World Press.