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Robinson, Arthur - - 2009
Cantoni, Craig - - 2009
Schlafly, Andrew - - 2009
Orient, Jane - - 2009
A survey of 100 randomly selected AAPS members showed that of the 37 who had been recertified, only 11 (30%) thought that going through the process had improved their performance as a physician, and only 8 (22%) would voluntarily do it again. When referring a patient to another physician, 74 ...
Terrell, Hilton - - 2009
As pressure mounts for physicians to take more frequent, costly examinations, some studies purport to show that examination scores correlate with performance measures: indices of preventive care and disease management in primary care, and complaints to licensure boards. The idea that physicians will be better at their tasks in proportion ...
Kauffman, Joel - - 2009
Anecdotal reports have suggested that selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) may cause suicidal or violent behavior in some patients. Because of the publicity surrounding certain events, and the numerous lawsuits that have been filed, a review of benefits and risks is needed.
Young, Kurt - - 2009
This essay is an analysis of Pan-Africanism in the Central American country of Belize. One of the many significant products of W.E.B. DuBois's now famous utterance that "The problem of the twentieth century is the problem of the color line" has been the unending commitment to document the reality of ...
Muhwati, Itai - - 2009
This paper critically analyses Mutasa's vision of home(s) in Nyambo DzeJoni (2000) 'Jest from Joni.' Writing from the Diaspora, the author introduces a novel technical approach in Shona novelistic discourses by blending the narrative and epistolary forms. This technique becomes appropriate as it perfectly links work and home-country, thereby setting ...
Gilbert, Lysias - - 2009
On February 6 2007, former President George W. Bush officially announced the decision of his government to create a Unified Combatant Command for Africa, known as U.S. Africa Command or AFRICOM, which became activated as a full-fledged unified combatant command on October 1 2008. The intention was that this new ...
Young, Kurt - - 2009
This essay is an analysis of Pan-Africanism in the Central American country of Belize. One of the many significant products of W.E.B. DuBois's now famous utterance that "The problem of the twentieth century is the problem of the color line" has been the unending commitment to document the reality of ...
Matereke, Kudzai - - 2009
This paper seeks to examine how the Shona traditional society conceptualised beauty; drawing from the meaning and content of the Shona proverb, suggesting that traditional society emphasised beauty as holistic to include such elements as moral uprightness and humility as the markers of inner beauty. While physical or outer beauty ...
Regis, Humphrey - - 2009
This study used mass communication variables in an attempt to compare Africa and the United States as reference groups in the music culture of Trinidad. Among all subjects, the United States was a stronger reference group (a) as a surrogate for the world, (b) as a surrogate for the Caribbean, ...
Adesoji, Abimbola - - 2009
Like in many societies the world over, the indigenes-settlers' syndrome in Nigeria is an age long problem. The distinction between autochthonous people and migrant groups even in ancient kingdoms and primordial communities attest to this assertion. However, unlike in the contemporary period when the problem has assumed a more serious ...
Boaduo, Nana - - 2009
The 21st century ushered in new political developments in Africa of which civil strife xenophobia and terrorism, as new political cultures stand supreme. In the 1940s, Hitler initiated both xenophobic and terroristic actions against the Jews that led to the World War II. During the Cold War era, both the ...
Olowonmi, Jamiu - - 2009
Many scholars, particularly in curriculum development and instructions and educators have increased their teaching repertoire, using stories. This innovation points at the enormous resources in the compass of fiction (oral and written literature), which can engender positive molding of pupils' competences and attitudes. Realizing, that the pulse and heartbeat of ...
William, Idowu - - 2009
African jurisprudence, in contemporary times, seems to be faced with two difficult tasks: one, the challenge of the possibility of a worthy cerebral contribution to jurisprudence and the history of ideas in general, and, two, the disturbing reality of what is known as the Eurocentric foundation of choice concepts, persistent ...
Viriri, Advice - - 2009
The paper provides a corrective to the Western gaze that modern medicine; science and Christianity are familiar parts of Western imagination. It shows the beauty of African indigenous science, medicine and worship. Colonialism transformed most African parts as a way of "modernizing traditional political, economic and social practices " as ...
Okuyade, Ogaga - - 2009
This discourse explores the growth process of the protagonist, Kambili as she struggles to make her mouth function within the totalitarian temperament of her father's home. The protagonist is involved in crisis with religious and domestic stakes at the beginning of the narrative, she seems to be a mere observer ...
Kaba, Amadu - - 2009
This paper examines Africa's development in the President Barack Obama era. The paper makes an argument for a stronger federal African Union (AU). It argues that the sooner member states of the AU give to the organization a significant portion of their sovereignty the better equipped it will become in ...
McDougal, Serie, - - 2009
Political and economic challenges and opportunities lie ahead of the people, and the leaders of Africa, and conversely, the increase in oil revenue, foreign investment and trade relations with China and India represent challenges as well as opportunities for the continent. Thus, what will guide the decisions of Africa's leadership ...
Ezozo, Agrippa - - 2009
This paper will critique problems resulting from military and, social conflict in five African nations, and offer ways to understand this conflict in an attempt to introduce new longitudinal and durable ideas for peace that can address the challenges of military and social conflict in contemporary Africa. The short-term approach ...
Choge, Susan - - 2009
Phonemes have been identified by linguists as the main phonological inputs of all human spoken languages. These phonemes are divided mainly into two-consonants and vowels. Each language has selected from the universal phonetic pool its own type and number of phonemes for its communicative purposes. Most of them have more ...
Ipara, Isaac - - 2009
The 21st Century is widely considered to be the epoch of science and technology. Many institutions of higher learning, including Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology in Kenya, are developing academic programmes in Science and Technology in order to foster national development and ultimately improve the quality of life ...
Habwe, John - - 2009
This paper is about Kiswahili and its role in the integration of the East African diverse communities. It is argued in this paper that there is an evolving social-cultural matrix unique to East Africa. This culture is finding its expression in Kiswahili, which is a popular lingua franca in the ...
Indede, Florence - - 2009
This discussion attempts a pragmatics analysis of Kiswahili literary political discourse. Specific examples will be drawn from poetic texts; Chembe cha Moyo by Alamin Mazrui (1988), Sauti ya Dhiki by Abdilatif Abdala (1973) and Jicho la Ndani by Said Ahmed Mohamed (2002). A pragmatics account of literature assumes that in ...
Mukuthuria, Mwenda - - 2009
The development of Kiswahili into an international language in the 19th century was contributed by trade, wars, colonial administration policies, linguistic advantage of this language being related to Bantu languages in the mainland of E. Africa and religion, among other factors. Most of these factors have been given prominence, including ...
Momanyi, Clara - - 2009
This paper discusses the effects of 'Sheng' in the education institutions of Kenya, and gives a general overview of its development at the expense of the official languages, that is, Kiswahili and English. While some people have advocated the growth of 'Sheng' as an indication of societal growth in Kenya, ...
Zulu, Itibari - - 2009
Shitemi, Naomi - - 2009
This paper dialogues narratology from semiotic and functional perspectives. It focuses on creativity and innovativeness within the information industry for marketing needs in the information society. Narratology is associated with oral literature within the context of commercial advertisement and political discourse. It argues for advertisement as a social text in ...
Kawoya, Vincent - - 2009
The peoples of East Africa have a long history of a rich and diverse regional heritage. Perhaps one of the most renowned aspects of this heritage is Kiswahili, the language widely spoken and understood across Eastern Africa. As the numbers ofpeople who are proficient in the language continue to grow ...
Mwita, Leonard - - 2009
This paper shows the processes that loanwords undergo when they are adapted from Arabic into Kiwahili. The data used is from Bosha (1993) and a constraint-based analysis is used in this paper. Although a number of studies have been carried out on Kiswahili loanwords, none that I know of has ...
Mathooko, Mbatha - - 2009
The right to education is one of the basic human rights stipulated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948. In Kenya, this right has recently been livened through the launch of the Free Primary Education program (hence FPE) by the newly elected NARC government. The FPE program is faced ...
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