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Tillotson, Michael - - 2011
In the last decade of the 20th Century one would be hard pressed to find two ideas emanating from the minds of African people more critiqued than Afrocentricity and the African- centered worldview. The academic world as well as outside entities all weighed in on the debate. Several scholars formed ...
Jalata, Asafa - - 2011
This paper argues that because of its perceived strategic national interest and the wrong advice it received from experts and racist assumptions about the Oromo, the U.S. government has allied with the Tigrayan minority elites to form a colonial government and to suppress the Oromo national movement. Thus, the major ...
Nwagbara, Uzoechi - - 2011
In the wake of apartheid system of racial and class discrimination, blacks and underprivileged South Africans suffered diverse forms of violence, ranging from the political, economic, cultural and social. As a policy of double standards, apartheid appropriated violence and brute force to sustain its ideological ethos of racial intolerance and ...
Ojomo, P.A. - - 2011
Global concerns about the current environmental crisis have culminated into some controversial environmental ethical theories, i.e., normative environmental ethics, sentientist ethics, biocentric ethics, ecocentric ethics and eco-feminist ethics. One of the fundamental underlying features connecting these environmental ethical theories is their grounding in Western perspectives and cultural experiences. Given that ...
Ogungbure, Adebayo - - 2011
This paper is a philosophical attempt to examine the vital role culture plays in human scientific and technological explorations, and especially how the viable aspects of a people's culture can be explored for technological development in Africa. Indeed, the continent of Africa is a multicultural society that is endowed with ...
Boaduo, Nana - - 2011
African indigenous people have marvellous mythological stories with philosophical symbolic connotations which they make known to their youth during their stages of growth. This is mostly done during the evenings when all chores for the day have ended. Most of the teachings are in the form of stories which are ...
Adejuwon, Akin - - 2011
Perhaps one of the sternest yet satirical forms of communicating in modern times is cartoon. The term cartoon refers first to metaphorical codification, and second to a satirical or humorous genre through which an artist subtly informs, educates and entertains his viewers. Whereas before the imposition of colonial rule in ...
Allerdyce, Diane - - 2011
Even before the catastrophic earthquake of January 12, 2010, Haiti was not responding to the educational needs of its school population. As USAID reported in 2006, "[w]ith an adult literacy rate of 52% and a primary school enrollment rate of 67%, education remains a key obstacle to social and economic ...
Prah, Mansah - - 2011
This paper is written by students of an undergraduate course in Conflict and Conflict Resolution University of Cape Coast, Ghana and seeks to showcase student ability to analyse a conflict in Ghana during the semester in which they took the course. The main purpose of the study is to analyse ...
Petersen-Coleman, Marissa - - 2011
Post-genocide Rwanda illustrates the damaging effects of colonialism, systematic oppression, and the need for transnational trauma interventions for continental and African people in the Diaspora. This paper is rooted in a phenomenological understanding of Rwandan trauma and healing experiences, which focuses on examining healing narratives of those who were impacted ...
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