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Dr. Kudakwashe Christopher Muchena

Senior Lecturer

Dr. Kudakwashe Christopher Muchena

DPhil Psychology (Nelson Mandela University); MA Psychology BSc Hons Psychology (UZ), BA Hons Psychology (UZ)

Research interests: Family Relations, Fatherhood, Gender and Masculinity, HIV and AIDS, and Personality Development

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Cell; 0715200719; 0773130801

 

Publications

  1. Muchena, K.C., Howcroft, G., & Stroud, L., (2018). “Men don’t cry:” An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Black South African men’s experience of divorce. Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology, 18(2), P??????
  2. Muchena, K.C., & Moalosi, W.T.S., (2018). Teacher efficacy and classroom management in Africa: a meta-analysis. The Independent Journal of Teaching and Learning 13(2) 26-35
  3. Muchena, K.C., Chimbala-Kalenga R. & Nyembezi, N., (2018). Implications of HIV risk behaviour among students. In R. Chimbala-Kalenga & N. Nyembezi (Eds) Complexities of HIV & AIDS (pp.27-36) Sara Book Publication, Ahmedabad
  4. Chimbala-Kalenga R., & Muchena, K.C., (2018). The narratives of grief from HIV-infected and affected people. In R. Chimbala-Kalenga & N. Nyembezi (Eds) Complexities of HIV & AIDS (pp.118-129) Sara Book Publication, Ahmedabad
  5. Chimbala-Kalenga, R. Muchena, K. C., &Nyembezi, N., (2018). Challenges of HIV and AIDS in the workplace. In R. Chimbala-Kalenga & N. Nyembezi (Eds) Complexities of HIV & AIDS (pp.193-204) Sara Book Publication, Ahmedabad
  6. Muchena, K.C., Howcroft, G., & Stroud, L., (2015). A psychobiographical analysis of DambudzoMarechera’s personal development through his writing. Journal of Psychology in Africa 25(5).

Mr Gwatirera Javangwe

Lecturer

Mr Gwatirera Javangwe

Key Research area: Forensic Psychology

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Cell: +263 772 960 707

 

Publications

  1. Javangwe, G. (2017). Catching Up with Wonderful Women: The Women-Are-Wonderful Effect is smaller in More Gender Egalitarian Societies International Journal of Psychology DOI: 10.1002/ijop.12420.
  2. Javangwe G. (2017). A Theoretical lens of the nexus between spa technology consumption and one’s psychosocial and economic development. Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 22, DOI: 10.9790/0837-22070
  3. Chisango T & Javangwe G. (2012) Are people better at Recognizing Ambivalent Sexism on the Basis of the Non- standard Profiles than standard ones? Sex Roles, (67) 69-82.
  4. Javangwe, G & Mukondyo, R.Z. (2012). A comparison of the interactive play behaviours between children with albinism and their siblings and children without albinism and their non-albino siblings. Early Child Development and Care,182 (12) 1593-1610.
  5. Javangwe, G., & Chitsiku, S. (2009). Enumeration of children living and working in the streets of Harare, Epwoth, Norton, Chitungwiza and Ruwa. Harare: Tatu Publications. ISBN 978-0-7974-4234-4.
  6. Javangwe, G. Chitsiku, S. & Mhizha, S. (2009). The nature and prevalence of violence and sexual abuse among boys living and working. Harare: Harare: Tatu Publications.
  7. Javangwe, G. (2008). The boy child’s voice: A dimension to children’s rights, sexuality, reproductive health rights, sexual abuse. Harare: Padare.
  8. Javangwe, G. (2008a). Sexuality, reproductive health, rights, gender based violence, and HIV and AIDS in selected tertiary institutions of higher learning. Harare: Padare.
  9. Javangwe, G. (2008b). Synopsis of sexuality, reproductive health rights, gender based violence and HIV and AIDS in tertiary institutions. Harare: Padare.
  10. Javangwe, G., Mudzwiti, K., & Muromo, T. (2007). Men’s knowledge attitudes, beliefs and practices on gender based violence and its interface with HIV and AIDS. Harare: Padare.
  11. Javangwe, G., & Mudzwiti, K. (2007). Training of trainers manual: Men as partners programme in combating gender based violence and HIV and AIDS. Harare: Padare.

Mr McDonald Matika

Chairperson & Lecturer

Mr McDonald Matika

DPhil Candidate Industrial and Organisational Psychology (UZ), MSc in Occupational Psychology (UZ), BSc Honours Psychology (UZ), Diploma in Industrial Relations (UZ).
Research Areas: Mental Wellness in the Workplace, Leadership Development, Personality

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Publications

  1. Matika M.C., Mhizha, S., and Makunike B, (2017). Psychological Capital and Organisational Change. Zimbabwe’s Journey Through Hell from Hyperinflation to Dollarisation. In The Impact of Dollarisation on Zimbabwe. Edited by A Makochekanwa and C Manyeruke. UZ, Publications
  2. Matika, M.C., (2016). Psychology in Africa: Prospects for a Black Psychology? In Knowledge Production and African Universities. University of Zimbabwe Publications.
  3. Mhizha S.,  Tandire, J., Muromo, T.,  Matika, M. (2016). Ecological self-image and behaviours for children living on the streets of Harare, Development Southern Africa, 33(1), p39–52
  4. Matika M.C & Mangena F. (2014). An ethical Analysis of the Behavioural Correlates of Excessive Executive Entitlement in Zimbabwe. Zambezia, 41(1), p58-72

Mr Samson Mhizha

Lecturer

Mr Samson Mhizha

Key Research Area(s): Developmental Psychology, Psychology of Religion, Community Psychology

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Cell: +263 774 123 215

 

Publications

1. Javangwe, G., Ngwenya, F., Muromo, T., Nyanungo, K., Mhizha, S., Nharirire, E., Maseko, M., Machando, D., & Beksinska, M (2012) The Rebirthing of Psychology in Zimbabwe: Yesterday, today and tomorrow. International Journal of Psychology, Vol 47.
2. Javangwe, G., Chitsiku, S., & Mhizha, S. (2008). The Nature and Prevalence of violence and Sexual abuse among Street Children Living and working in the streets of Harare. Harare: Thatu Publications.
3. Mhizha, S & Mangena, P (in press). The Rise of White Collar Prophecy in Zimbabwe: Some Critical Insights. Zambezia.
4. Mhizha, S. (2013). The aetiology of street childhood in Zimbabwe in (eds) G, Javangwe & I, Chirisa Navigating the contours of African childhood: Multidisciplinary perspectives. New York: Academic Press.
5. Mhizha, S. (in press). The religious-spiritual self-image among street children in Harare. The Journal of Psychology and Theology.

6. Mhizha, S.,Tandire, J., Muromo T., and Matika, M. (2016) Ecological Self Image of Children Living on the Streets of Harare. Development Southern Africa, 33, 39-52.

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