Search: Social Sciences - African Studies, 2002
Edited by Abebe Zegeye, University of South Africa (Unisa), Pretoria, and Richard L. Harris, California State University, Monterey Bay
The essays in this collection reveal that the social and political development of post-apartheid South Africa depends to an important degree on the evolving cultural, social and political identities of its diverse population and on the role of the media of mass communications in the country's ...
Edited by Maghan Keita, Villanova University, PA, U.S.A.
The authors invite and incite the reader to a much closer and nuanced reading of Africa and its history, and the way in which that history, over time and space allows for a re-conceptualization of Africa’s role and place in the world.
Edited by Stephen N. Ndegwa, William and Mary, Williamsburg VA
The democratic experiment in Africa has had a checkered history over the past ten years. Analysts of this proces tend to focus on the political and legal space instead of including broader issues such as norms, generational change and class. Past experience from Botswana, South-Africa, Ghana, ...