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Dr. Lucy Ngige

Qualification: Phd
Position:
Senior Lecturer
Department: Community Resource Management Extension
Area of Specialization:Family and Child Ecology
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844 Nairobi 0100
Telephone:[254]-020 8711622 ext.57140 (office)
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RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS
Books Chapters

  • Kieru, J.N. & Ngige, L.W. (2017). Social-cultural barriers to the prevention of HIV and AIDS in the context of gender-based violence in Kiambu County, Kenya. In Mwaura, P. (Ed.). Gender Based Violence: Multicultural Perspectives. Kenyatta University Press. In Press.
  • Ndayala, P.D. & Ngige, L.W. (2017). Impact of self-disclosure of HIV Sero-positive status on gender-based violence among people living with HIV/AIDS in Nairobi, Kenya. In Mwaura, P. (Ed.). Gender Based Violence: Multicultural Perspectives. Kenyatta University Press. In Press.
  • Wandaka, I.W. & Ngige, L.W. (2017). Entrepreneurial fashion practices and marketing strategies adopted by women designers in the textile and apparel small scale industries in Nairobi, Kenya. In Rudi de Lange (Ed.). The Arts and Indigenous Knowledge Systems in Modern Africa. Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa. In Press.
  • Wandaka, I.W. & Ngige, L.W. (2017). Propensity of entrepreneurship in indigenous knowledge systems to create jobs: a case of textiles and fashion design women entrepreneurs in the Kenyan informal sector. In Rudi de Lange (Ed.). The Arts and Indigenous Knowledge Systems in Modern Africa. Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa. In Press.
  • Ndayala, P.D. & Ngige, L.W. (2015).    Impact of self-disclosure of HIV Sero-positive status on gender-based violence among people living with HIV/AIDS in Nairobi, Kenya.  In Mwaura, P. (Ed.). Gender-based violence: Multicultural Perspectives: Kenyatta University Press. In Press.
  • Wandaka, I.W. & Ngige, L.W. & (2015). Entrepreneurial fashion practices and marketing strategies adopted by women designers in the textile and apparel small scale industries in Nairobi, Kenya.  In Rudi de Lange (Ed.).  The Arts and Indigenous Knowledge Systems in Modern Africa. Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa. In Press.
  • Wandaka, I.W. & Ngige, L.W. (2015). Propensity of entrepreneurship in indigenous knowledge systems to create jobs: a case of textiles and fashion design women entrepreneurs in the Kenyan informal sector. In Rudi de Lange (Ed.).  The Arts and Indigenous Knowledge Systems in Modern Africa. Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa. In Press.
  • Ngige, L.W., Ondigi, A.N. & Wilson, S.M. (2008). Family Diversity in Kenya. In C.B. Hennon & S.M. Wilson (Eds.).  Families in a global context. New York: Routledge. pp 207-231. ISBN: 978-0-7890-2708-5 www.routledge.com.
  • Njue, J.R. M., Rombo, D.O. & Ngige, L.W.  (2007). Family strengths and challenges in Kenya. In J. Defrain & S.M. Assay (Eds). Strong families around the world: Strengths-based research and perspectives.  New York: Haworth. pp. 47-70. ISBN: 978-0-7890-3603-2.  www.HaworthPress.com.
  • Wilson, S.M. & Ngige, L.W. (2006). Families in Sub-Sahara Africa. In B.B. Ingoldsby & S.D. Smith (Eds.).  Families in global and multicultural perspective. (pp. 247-273).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.  ISBN: 0-7619-2819-7.  www.sagepublications.com
  • Wilson, S.M., Ngige, L.W. & Trollinger, L.J. (2003). Connecting Generations: Kamba and Maasai paths to marriage in Kenya.  In R.R. Hamon & B.B. Ingolsby (Eds.).  Mate selection across cultures.  (pp. 95-118). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.  ISBN: 0-7619-2592-9.  www.sagepublications.com
  • Ngige, L.W. (1995).  Intrahousehold resource allocation, decision making and child nutritional status in Rural Thika, Kenya. In J.G. Gitobu & E.C. Murray (Eds.). Home Economics Research in Kenya. (pp. 7-18).  CIDA/University of Alberta, Canada.


Articles in Referred Journals

  • Njuguna, C.W. & Ngige, L.W. (2017). Determinants of livelihood outcome differentials among urban youth in Nairobi, Kenya. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 7, No. 13, pp.1-13. ISSN: 2224-5766 (Print); ISSN: 2225-0484 (Online). www.iiste.org
  • Muriithi, J.K., Ngige, L.W. & Kimani, E. N. (2017). Forms and prevalence of intimate partner violence experienced by women survivors in shelter homes in Kenya. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Vol. 7, No. 3; pp 170-182. ISSN; 2220-8488 (Print); ISSN: 2221-0989 (Online). www.ijhssnet.com
  • Orangi, A.K.,Wandaka, I.W. & Ngige, L.W. (2016). Analysis of infrastructural support and trainer attributes in Technical, Vocational Education and training Institutions (TVET) in Kenya. Africa Journal of Technical and Vocational Education and Training. Vol. 1 No. 1 pp. 41-53 (AfriTVET). ISSN (Online): 2518-2722. ISSN (Print): 2413-984X. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Wang’ombe, L.K. & Ngige, L.W. (2016). Effects of Service quality on customer satisfaction in 4- and 5-Star Hotels in Nairobi, Kenya. International Journal of Novel research in Marketing Management and Economics.Vol. 3, Issue 3, pp.7-13. ISSN: 2394-7322. www.noveltyjournal.com
  • Wang’ombe, L.K. & Ngige, L.W. (2015). Nature and extent of HIV self-disclosure by seropositive adults in HIV Support groups in Nairobi, Kenya. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol. 5, No. 16, pp.87-96. ISSN: 2394-7322. www.noveltyjournal.com
  • Ndayala, P.D., Ondigi, A.N. & Ngige, L.W. (2015). Assessing the relationship between pre-service training, work experience and job performance among hotel employees in four-and five-Star Hotels in Nairobi, Kenya. International Journal of Novel research in Marketing Management and Economics. Vol. 2, Issue 3, pp.68-80. ISSN: (Print) 2224-5766; ISSN: (Online) 2225-0484. www.iiste.org
  • Kieru, J.N., Ngige, L.W. & Ondigi, A.N. (2015). Factors associated with reproductive behavior of low-income mothers in Kiandutu Slum in Thika Municipality, Kenya. Asian Social Science. Vol. 11, No. 24, pp.350-356. ISSN: (Print) 1911-2017; ISSN: (Online) 1911-2015.
  • Muriithi, J.K., Ngige, L.W. & Kimani, E. N. (2012).  Factors predisposing women to intimate partner violence in Kenya.  International Journal of Academic Research Reflector (IJARR).  Electronic ISSN: 2277-7342. www.ijarr.com
  • Muriithi, J.K., Ngige, L.W. & Mugenda, O.M. (2011).  Factors associated with cohabitation among university students in Nairobi, Kenya.  Revista de Investigacion Social.  Volume VI No. 9: 109-136. ISSN: en tramite (folio numero 295/08). www.iis.unam.mx.
  • Njue, J.R., Rombo, D.O. & Ngige, L.W. (2007). Family strengths and challenges in Kenya.  Marriage and Family Review. Vol. 41, No. 1/2, pp. 47-70. Print ISSN: 0149-4929.  Electronic ISSN: 1540-9635.  www.mfr.haworthpress.com.
  • Ngige, L.W. & Vaines, E. (1992).  A family perspective on everyday life.  In Vaines, E., Badir, D. & Kieren, D. (Eds.).  People and Practice: International Issues for Home Economists.  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada: PIPHE Series.  VOL. 3: No. 2, pp. 7-15.
  • Ngige, L.W. (1988).  Home Computers: Implications for computerized living on families and home economics. Published by Kenyatta University Bureau of Educational Research, Paper Number 20177.

Research, Innovation & Outreach Publications Report In Peer Reviewed Journals

  • Kieru, J.N., Ngige, L.W. & Ondigi, A.N. (2015). Factors associated with reproductive behavior of low income mothers in Kiandutu Slum, Thika Municipality, Kenya. Asian Social Science, Vol. 11, No. 24, pp 350-366. ISSN 1911-2017 (Print), ISSN 1911-2015 (Online). Full Text: PDF DOI:10.5539/ass.v11n24p350
  • Ndayala, P., Ondigi, A. & Ngige, L.W. (2015). Nature and extent of HIV self-disclosure by sero-positive adults in HIV support groups in Nairobi County, Kenya. Research on Humanities and social sciences, Vol 5, No. 16, pp 87-96, 2015. ISSN 2224-5766 (Paper), ISSN 2225-0484 (Online).
  • Wangombe, L.K. & Ngige, L.W. (2015). Assessing the relationship between pre-service training, work experience and job performance among hotel employees in four-and five-star hotels in Nairobi, Kenya. International Journal of Novel research in Marketing management and Economics, Vol. 2, Issue 3, pp. 68-80, 2015.  ISSN 2394-7322.
  • Kathuri-Ogola, L., VanLeeuwen, C., Kabaria-Muriithi, J., & Weeks, L. E. Kieru, J., Ndayala, P. (2015). Supervision challenges encountered during Kenyan university students’ practicum attachment. Journal of Education and Practice, 6(17), 111-117.

Articles in Conference Proceedings

  • Ngige, L.W. & Mbito, M.  Kenyan adolescents’ perceptions of parental guidance and autonomy granting on self-esteem.   American Society on Adolescence Twelfth Biennial Conference held at the Hilton Chicago, USA on 6th-9th March, 2008.
  • Ngige, L.W. & Njue, J. R.  Dimensions of durable marriages in Kenya: Perspectives from husbands and wives.  American National Council of Family Relations 69th Annual Conference held at the Pittsburg Hilton Hotel, USA on 7th-10th November, 2007.
  • Ngige, L.W. & Mbito, M. Adolescent social competence in Sub-Sahara Africa: adolescents’ perceptions.  American National Council of Family Relations 66th Annual Conference held at the Rosen Centre Hotel, Orlando, Florida, USA on 17th-20th November, 2004.
  • Ngige, L.W.  War and family survival in Southern Sudan: International perspectives on family resilience and challenges.  American National Council of Family Relations 66th Annual Conference held at the Rosen Centre Hotel, Orlando, Florida, USA on 17th-20th November, 2004.

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