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International Journal of Health Promotion and Education
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International Journal of Health Promotion and Education - DOI: 10.1080/14635240.2019.1613163
Risky driving behaviour in urban Ghana: the contributions of fatalistic beliefs, risk perception, and risk-taking attitude

Enoch Teye-Kwadjo ·

Psychology
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International Journal of Health Promotion and Education - DOI: 10.1080/14635240.2018.1552835
The relationship between functional health literacy, health-related behaviours, and sociodemographic characteristics of street-involved youth in Ghana

Padmore Adusei Amoah · Adwoa Owusuaa Koduah · Razak Mohammed Gyasi · Getrude Dadirai Gwenzi · Uchechi Shirley Anaduaka ·

Psychology
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This study contributes to the literature by providing empirical evidence on this topic from a Ghanaian perspective.

Psychological distress in Ghana: Are unemployed people more afflicted? [10.1177/1359105319883911]


To do this, the analysis compares data sets (of climate change indicators, especially rainfall data and temperature) and primary data taken from field studies in the Agogo (southern Ghana) and Gushiegu (northern Ghana) districts of Ghana to assess if environmental/climate change has contributed to conflicts between farmers and Fulani pastoralists.

Real or Hyped? Linkages Between Environmental / Climate Change and Conflicts – The Case of Farmers and Fulani Pastoralists in Ghana [10.1007/978-3-319-92828-9_9]


This study adds to the existing literature on inflation by identifying the short and long run factors which influence its trajectory in the Ghanaian economy.

Examining the Factors Underlining the Inflationary Phenomenon in Ghana – A Dynamic ARDL Analysis [10.11648/J.JBED.20190402.13]


MethodsData collected from the 2016 Ghana demographic and health survey was analyzed.

Geostatistical analysis and mapping of malaria risk in children under 5 using point-referenced prevalence data in Ghana [10.1186/s12936-019-2709-y]


This study aims to test the F-TAM, using data collected from Ghanaian SMEs.

VALIDATING THE FIRM TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION MODEL (F-TAM) [10.33965/IS2019_201905L026]



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