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Approach towards female African migrant entrepreneurship research

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This paper sets out my rationale and objective, the motivating factors, methodology, types of data collection and analysis. The purpose of the research is to investigate and analyse the entrepreneurial experiences of Migrant African Women Entrepreneurs (MAWEs) in Regional Queensland whose businesses depend on tourism. This study is inspired by my personal experience as a migrant African woman and informed by my doctoral study in progress. Having migrated from Africa to Australia seven years ago, I noted numerous aspiring entrepreneurs among migrant African women and developed an interest in learning more about the experiences of this group, and a concern regarding the extent of their needs. The objectives are to explore MAWEs' motivation, identify the factors that enable them, the barriers they encounter and the challenges they face. This will involve excavating the role of formal and informal learning practices. Tenets of feminist theory are used to examine opportunities for formal adult education, peer-to-peer learning, and work experience that facilitates the establishment and sustainability of small business. As an insider, I can provide insights and give the participants a voice by articulating their observation and encouraging the growth of small business which contributes to the economy of regional Australia.
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hal-01860137 , version 1 (23-08-2018)

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Jane Njaramba, Hilary Whitehouse, Darren Lee-Ross. Approach towards female African migrant entrepreneurship research. Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues, 2018, 5 (4), pp.1043 - 1053. ⟨10.9770/jesi.2018.5.4(24)⟩. ⟨hal-01860137⟩
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