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Christman, Kenneth - - 2010
Schlafly, Andrew - - 2010
Rottschaefer, Bernard - - 2010
Orient, Jane - - 2010
According to judicial precedents, onerous regulations such as price controls and administrative review mechanisms can be imposed on physicians without constitutional constraints because participation in the program is "voluntary." Americans who do not wish to be a part of the system are finding that the definition of "voluntary"--in the light ...
Bauer, Henry - - 2010
A large proportion of asymptomatic human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) "positive" individuals--50% or more--are likely never to progress to illness if left untreated. That follows from official estimates of numbers of undiagnosed "HIV positives," numbers of known HIV/AIDS cases, numbers of AIDS deaths overthe years, and from the high frequency of ...
Maccabee, Howard - - 2010
Allegations of harmful effects of climate warming on health are based on increased deaths observed in heat waves, especially in European cities. Year-round mortality data show, however, that death rates during cold weather are seven to nine times greater than during warm weather.
Huntoon, Lawrence - - 2010
Parker, Pam - - 2010
Hieb, Lee - - 2010
Long, Laird - - 2010
Moss, Christine - - 2010
Bale, Heidi - - 2010
Powers, Christopher - - 2010
Omojola, Bode - - 2010
The notions of "icons as objects" and "icons as act" (Kasfir, 1998: 20) are used to analyze the mediatory role of Yoruba musicians in meeting the spiritual and the social needs of their communities. The author explains that Yoruba performers are constantly aware of the discursive engagement between asa (social ...
Adetutu Omotoso, - - 2010
The concepts of education as well as emancipation are a veritable cauldron of interpretations and perspectives. This paper examines the nexus between education and emancipation from an African philosophical perspective. It establishes that while it is generally conceded in many quarters that education is necessarily related to emancipation, the nature ...
Chireshe, Excellent - - 2010
The study was conducted to establish the views of Great Zimbabwe University students concerning the significance of the custom of Lobola. Forty-five (45) students (29 female and 16 male) who were studying Women and Religion participated in the study. A questionnaire comprising closed and open items was used to collect ...
Otu, Smart - - 2010
The current socioeconomic and political impasse, and the accompanying deep-seated social mobilization, movement and crisis it generated in post-colonial Zimbabwe, speaks very eloquently of the very sharp contradictions inherent in the socio-economic formation of the independent states of Africa, and the tortuous, complex and long processes involved in resolving these ...
Harvell, Valeria - - 2010
This article explores the frequently overlooked nexus between the development of the African American storefront church in Northern cities and the rise of the urban hip hop movement. The analysis identifies the common socioeconomic factors and divisions that gave impetus to both movements among inner city Blacks uprooted from Southern ...
Wiggan, Greg - - 2010
African Americans' struggles for education in the United States have been immense and the scholarship on their achievements has been growing. This article examines the lives of Carter G. Woodson, W. E. B. Du Bois and E. Franklin Frazier, and their relationships and contributions to the development of Afrocentricity. The ...
Kaba, Amadu - - 2010
This paper claims that African Americans are making consistent progress in college or university enrollment and degree attainment. These gains in educational attainment have led to a substantial proportion of African Americans to rise in many important sectors of society, such as business, the military and politics. However, there is ...
Erasmus, Piet - - 2010
In this article, it is argued that the current processes of ethno-political awakening, self-representation and revival amongst the Khoekhoe are not taking place in a uniform manner. Moreover, the same criteria are not being applied for this purpose by all parties concerned. The ethnographical data presented in this article demonstrate ...
Mangena, Fainos - - 2010
This paper compares and contrasts Plato's theory of knowledge as represented by the divided line with Shona conceptions of knowledge as found in Shona traditional utterances. The idea is to show the possible synergies and nuances between the two philosophically rich traditions. In order to show clarity and coherence in ...
Ademowo, Adeyemi - - 2010
Our preoccupation in this paper is how African languages could be used effectively with dominant European languages in the African polity such as English in achieving the seemingly herculean task of African techno-scientific development. First, we examined various researches conducted in education, communication and psychology on the role of indigenous ...
Boaduo, Nana - - 2010
The venturing of the colonial powers into Africa deserves a protracted singing of funeral dirges by all the sons and daughters of Africa to shake away the sorrowful treatment they infringed on our ancestors which has been extended to us. One of the many atrocities perpetrated by the colonialists is ...
Kaffenberger, Samuel - - 2010
We present hand-assisted laparoscopic ureteroureterostomy (HALUU) with renal mobilization as a novel approach to the management of proximal ureteral injury after lumbar disk surgery. A 63-year-old female underwent L4-L5 diskectomy and facetectomy with cage placement for back and leg pain. Postoperatively, she developed fever, nausea, abdominal pain, ileus and leukocytosis. ...
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