GENDER STUDIES: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CAPACITIES AND SELF-RELIANCE SKILLS LOOKED FOR IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION

AUTHOR: OMEMGBOJI, JULIA NGOZICHUKWU

FROM: THE DIGNITY OF A FRENCH TEACHER: CELEBRATING PROF. JULIE AGBASIERE

This paper centers on some capacities and self-reliance skills hidden in entrepreneurship education. A comparative analysis: some researchers’ works from Colleges and Universities from the North, South and Eastern Nigeria, between 2008 and 2011 were used for the work. The researcher raised three research questions. The methodology, result and findings were examined. The instrument generally was structured questionnaire, distributed to both male and female respondents sampled from the population of the study, and statistically tested using the mean, standard deviation and student’s test. The result was discussed. Findings reveal that entrepreneurship education offers a good opportunity for any female to joyfully acquire capacity and self-reliance skills needed to own and run a business of choice, valuable skills exist that could keep entrepreneurship education on course and aid graduate recipients’ effort sailing when applied. Again, entrepreneurship education cuts across gender; therefore, female entrepreneurs are likely to make good business managers where identified limiting factors are attended to. Recommendations were made.                                                   

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