Culture and Development: Promoting the African Way …

A major conclusion is the importance of conducting community regional assessments on cultural practices in the effective promotion of malaria interventions in sub-Saharan Africa.

Many of these traditions, besides African culture, are influenced by European and Western heritage.

These nations were after raw materials in Asia, Africa, and South America and when they realize that they could not retrieve it, they began to colonize smaller counties that contain the many resources they need and used it for their benefit.


Law, Power and Culture in Contemporary South Africa.” Ph.D

The motives behind the historical events of Southern Africa have been strongly socioeconomic, even if the motives then evoked racial or gender based issues....


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Instead of channeling grievances through civil society organizations that act as a “safety valve” for discontent in a more peaceful way, most South Africans who want to get their voices heard end up using violence as a tool in order to bring political gain.1 The use of violence as a component of South Africa's political culture was originated during the 1980s anti-apartheid struggle, where the ANC and other underground anti-apartheid groups would use violent and militaristic actions, language, and ideas to get their voices heard as part of social mobilization....

THE LANGUAGE DEBATE IN AFRICAN LITERATURE | …

The African Union, with its Second Decade of Education, has emphasized the need for primary education in Africa to ensure gender equality and the enhancement of African cultural values.

The Language Debate In African Literature ..

Yet in return countries located in South America, Africa, and Southeast Asia have gained the technology and capital that, over a period of time and development, improves their quality of life....

of Africa‟s language dilemmas is not ..

This type of crime, including fraud and corruption, is becoming a greater problem in South Africa every year, and it is negatively affecting the country as a whole.

Doctoral Students, Thesis Topics & Supervisors : …

Imperialism is the domination by one country of political, economic, or cultural life of another country or region and occurred during the 1800’s in Africa....

UNESCO Prizes | United Nations Educational, Scientific …

George Clement Bond is the Director of the Center for African Education and William F. Russell Professor for Anthropology and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. His interests include education and elite formation in the United States and Africa, African studies, African religions and politics, agrarian transformations and cultural dimensions of urban and minority populations.