Theses and Dissertations

Theses and Dissertations:

In Progress

Smith-Greenaway, Emily. In Progress. “The Power of the Written Word: Three Essays on Formal Education, Literacy, and Health in sub-Saharan Africa.” Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Sociology, The Pennsylvania State University.

2016

Dovel, Kathryn. 2016. From Individuals to Institutions: The Role of Gendered Health Institutions on Men’s Use of HIV Services. PhD Dissertation in Health and Behavioral Sciences at University of Colorado Denver.

2014

Furnas, Hannah E. 2014. “Capturing Complexities: A Sequence Analysis to Investigate Patterns of Family Planning for Young Couples in Malawi.” Master’s thesis, Department of Sociology, The Pennsylvania State University.

2013

Conroy, Amy. 2013. “Gender, Relationship Power, and HIV Testing: A Study of Couples in Rural Malawi”. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Health and Behavioral Sciences, University of Colorado Denver.

2012

Bachan, Lauren. 2012. “Anticipatory Child Foster and Household Economic Security in Malawi.” Master’s thesis, Department of Sociology, The Pennsylvania State University.

2011

Burton, Megan. 2011. “Condom Use: A Marker for Risky Sexual Behavior.” Master’s thesis, Department of Integrative Physiology, University of Colorado Boulder.

Chirwa, Gowokani. 2011. “Linking Poverty, HIV and AIDS Knowledge to Risky Sexual Behavior of Young Females: Evidence from Balaka.” Master’s thesis, Department of Economics, Chancellor College, The University of Malawi.

Chiumia, Pilira Stella. 2011. “Impact of Economic Factors on Contraceptive Utilization: The Case of Balaka.” Master’s Thesis, Department of Economics, The University of Malawi.

Muheriwa, Sadandaula Rose. 2011. “Factors Influencing Utilization of Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) of HIV Services in Young Adults in Balaka District.” Master’s thesis, Kamuzu College of Nursing, University of Malawi.