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Young, Kurt - - 2011
This essay uses the occasion of the 50th anniversary since Frantz Fanon's transition to reflect upon the implications of his thought and praxis to the contemporary evolution of Pan-Africanism. The notion of a Fanonian Pan-Africanism is central to the conceptual and theoretical framework for this analysis. It assumes that Fanonian ...
Richards, Paulette - - 2011
This essay explores Fanon's overt and covert uses of African American folk hero, Brer Rabbit in Black Skin White Masks by following up on Henry Louis Gates, Jr.'s call for "properly contextualized readings of Fanon's opus in relation to other germinal works of his era." Examining Fanon's relationship to Black ...
Queeley, Andrea - - 2011
Taking as its departure point 'Colonial Wars and Mental Disorders', the final chapter of The Wretched of the Earth, this essay explores the legacy of Fanon's insights on the psychological consequences of the anti-colonial struggle through an examination of the work of two postcolonial writers, Toni Morrison and Edwidge Danticat. ...
Howard, Neil - - 2011
This paper will explore and compare the Fanonian and Ghandian approaches to liberation. Whilst traditional discussions of either man tend to be reduced to an excursus on the role and value of violence in the cause of freedom, this paper addresses and goes beyond the traditional paradigms to engage with ...
Thame, Maziki - - 2011
This paper examines the experience of violence in postcolonial Jamaica to explore its relationship to decolonization. Decolonization here is taken, not simply as the removal of colonial structures, but especially, the deconstruction of colonial legacies in the mindset of formerly colonized peoples. I argue that in the Jamaican case, this ...
Alessandrini, Anthony - - 2011
In this essay, I engage with an aspect of Fanon's life and work that has generally been elided by even the most appreciative analysts: Fanon as, among the many other things that he was and is, a Caribbean writer, and, even more specifically, a Martinican writer. However, this is not ...
Villet, Charles - - 2011
In the Phenomenology of Spirit Hegel provides his exposition of the master-slave dialectic as an account of both the emergence of self-consciousness and the need for recognition. Hegel's line of thought came to play an important role in Fanon's critique of Western colonialism. Whilst the hand of Hegel can be ...
Martin, Guy - - 2011
Martiniquais and French, a psychiatrist by training, political philosopher and political activist by choice, and journalist by trade, Fanon ended his life as an Algerian revolutionary. Over the last four decades, Fanon's work has been interpreted from a wide variety of disciplines, standpoints and perspectives. He has been viewed in ...
Parris, LaRose - - 2011
Most theorists consider Frantz Fanon's The Wretched of the Earth the preeminent work on Third World liberation. Nevertheless, Fanon's earlier text, Black Skin, White Masks, presents a unique application of psychoanalysis, dialectics, and existentialism to the colonial situation. This unprecedented theoretical pastiche established the foundation for Fanon's seminal liberationist ideology
Lee, Anna - - 2011
Aim Constipation is a common medical condition that can lead to a loss of quality of life and increase health care costs. The incidence of constipation rises with increasing age in both sexes. In patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) on peritoneal dialysis (PD), constipation is associated with peritoneal catheter ...
Bradshaw, Wendi - - 2011
Background Intradialytic hypotension (IDH) is a significant complication in haemodialysis (HD), occurring in between 15 and 55% of all treatments. IDH has been associated with increased mortality, increased morbidity, decreased quality of life and increased health care costs.
Bonham-Lloyd, Sarah - - 2011
Taylor, Denise - - 2011
The interest in gaming systems as rehabilitation interventions is increasing rapidly and anecdotal evidence suggests that use of gaming systems is relatively common in clinical practice. This paper considers the evidence for the use of the Nintendo Wii balance board with Wii Fit software as a possible intervention for improving ...
Hayes, Kate - - 2011
Hyperinflation of the lungs is a technique commonly employed by physiotherapists in the intensive care setting. Whilst there is extensive evidence to support the use of manual hyperinflation, there is limited evidence regarding the efficacy of ventilator hyperinflation. The aim of this study was to investigate the current physiotherapy practice ...
Culy, Rose - - 2011
The purpose of this paper was to undertake a review of literature investigating the risks and benefits of Cervical Spine Manipulation (CSM) and the ethical decision making involved with informed consent. CSM is often used to treat neck pain. The technique carries the infrequent yet serious risk of stroke. While ...
Sivayogam, Anand - - 2011
Protrusion and retraction reflect two extreme head postures. This study aimed to investigate balance performance in these head postures when compared to the neutral posture. Balance was tested in healthy males aged 18 to 30 years (n=25) using the equilibrium score (ES) generated by the EquiTest Balance Manager[TM]. The test ...
Stotter, Gill - - 2011
Kihs, Linda - - 2011
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