Resources

Adamu, F.  2008  Gender, Hisba and the enforcement of morality in northern Nigeria.  Africa 78,1: 136-152.

Murphy, E. 2003. Women in Tunisia: Between State Feminism and Economic Reform. In  Eleanor Abdella Doumato and Marsha Pripstein Posusney (eds), Women and Globalisation in the Arab Middle East, (Boulder, Co.: Lynne Rienner, 2003), pp. 169-194.

Murphy, E.  2012.  Problematizing Arab Youth: Generational Narratives of Systemic Failure.  Mediterranean Politics, 17 (1), March 2012, pp. 5-22.

Murphy, E. 2017.  The Political Economy of Youth Policy in Tunisia, New Political Economy 22(6), pp.676-691.

Porter, G. 2008.  Transport planning in sub-Saharan Africa. Progress report 2.  Putting gender into mobility and transport planning in Africa.  Progress in Development Studies 8 (3), 281-289.

Porter, G.  2010. Transport planning in sub-Saharan Africa III. The challenges of meeting children and young people’s mobility and transport needs.  Progress report 3.  (third of three reports) Progress in Development Studies 10 (2), 169-80.

Porter, G. 2011.‘I think a woman who travels a lot is befriending other men and that’s why she travels’: Mobility constraints and their implications for rural women and girl children in sub-Saharan Africa.  Gender, place and culture 18 (1), 65-81.  

Porter, G. 2013. Urban transport in Cape Coast, Ghana: A social sustainability analysis. Case study prepared for UNHabitat Sustainable Urban Transport:  Global Report on Human Settlements 2013 Available from http://www.unhabitat.org/grhs/2013

Porter, G. 2014. Transport Services and Their Impact on Poverty and Growth in Rural Sub-Saharan Africa: A Review of Recent Research and Future Research Needs. Transport Reviews, 34, 1: 25-45.

Porter, G. 2015. Mobile phones, mobility practices and transport organisation in sub-Saharan Africa.  Mobility in History 6, 81-88.

Porter, G.  2016a   Mobilities in rural Africa: new connections, new challenges.  Annals of theAmerican Association of Geographers, 106:2, 434-441.

Porter, G. 2016b  Reflections on co-investigation through peer research with young people and older people in sub-Saharan Africa.  Qualitative Research 16 no. 3 293-304

Porter, G., K. Blaufuss, F. Owusu Acheampong 2007. Youth, mobility and rural livelihoods in sub-Saharan Africa: perspectives from Ghana and Nigeria.   Africa Insight 37 (3), 420-431.

Porter, G., K, Hampshire, A. Abane,  et al. 2010. Youth transport, mobility and security in sub-Saharan Africa: the gendered journey to school.  World Transport Policy and Practice 16 (1), 51-71.

Porter, G. with Hampshire, K., Abane, A., Munthali, A., Robson, E., Mashiri, M. 2017. Young people’s daily mobilities in sub-Saharan Africa.  Moving young lives.   London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Porter,  G., Hampshire, K. de Lannoy, A.,  Gunguluza, N.,   Mashiri, M., Bango, A. 2018  Exploring the intersection between physical and virtual mobilities in urban South Africa:  reflections from two youth-centred studies.  In T.P. Uteng and K. Lucas, Urban mobilities in the Global South, pp. 59-75. London: Routledge.

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