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Hirshbein, Laura - - 2010
Most of the history of the tobacco industry over the last few decades has focused on the conflicts between tobacco industry leaders who promoted smoking and tobacco control advocates who warned of the health consequences. Yet a view of this conflict from the perspective of smokers who are also mentally ...
Bailey, Sharon - - 2010
Myers, Carole - - 2010
Adkins, Sharon - - 2010
Smith, Beth - - 2010
Karas, Claire - - 2010
Orient, Jane - - 2010
Dobken, Jeffrey - - 2010
de Harven, - - 2010
Human Endogenous Retroviruses (HERVs) are confounding factors in HIV/AIDS research that cannot be ignored. Evidence suggests that "viral load" may actually be measuring retroviral nucleoside sequences associated with HERVs. HERVs also provide a valid explanation for the presence of retroviruses recognizable by electron microscopy (EM) in the original 1983 publication ...
Watson, George - - 2010
Huntoon, Lawrence - - 2010
Francis, Babette - - 2010
Chemhuru, Munamato - - 2010
Traditional systems of governance are so outrageous that mulling over them today may seem like flogging a dead horse. In this paper however, it will be argued that; democracy, good governance, peace and development, if ever they are to be achieved in Zimbabwe, there is need to look at the ...
Boaduo, Nana - - 2010
The colonialists have had vested interest in the numerous African resources and will stop at nothing to get them irrespective of the consequences of their action. The post independence conflicts that have swarmed Africa leave much to be desired. Epistemologically, these conflicts have their roots in the cunning propaganda of ...
Toure, Ahati N. - - 2010
This essay comparatively examines the monotheistic conception of the Judaeo-Christian god Yahweh and West Afrikan conceptions of The God and of the divinities or gods. Patterned after Akhenaton's (Amenhotep IV) construction of the neter Aton, the Judaeo-Christian Yahweh possesses the characteristics of a divinity and not The God, according to ...
Taye, Oyelakin - - 2010
The paper researches the debates between physicalists such as Paul and Patricia Churchland and the anti-physicalists such as Frank Jackson, about the possibility of the complete empirical explanation and reduction of the nature and property of subjective consciousness. The paper argues that phenomenal consciousness cannot be explained or reduced by ...
Edo, Uvie - - 2010
The revival of insurgent revolution aptly defines the resistance to the hypodermic model of exploitation in Africa. This paper examines the case of Niger-Delta sandwiched between dual hegemonies, foregrounding misappropriation of revenue accruing from oil resource in the area right from history. This is followed by formation of agitation groups ...
Afolayan - - 2010
The trio of Chinweizu, Onwuchekwa Jemie and Ihechukwu Madubuike call themselves the Bolekaja critics in their unabashedly polemical book, Toward the Decolonization of African Literature, stating, "...we are Bolekaja critics, outraged touts for the passenger lorries of African literature". In this book, the Troika (as they are also called) claim ...
Alemazung, Joy - - 2010
Very few, if anyone, can argue that Africa's connection and relationship with the West is an asymmetrical one which cost the continent positive and sustainable developments in the political, economic and social areas. There is also no doubt in the fact that Africa's irresponsible and greedy leadership coupled with corruption ...
Nyana, Sylvia - - 2010
This study analyzes African American Studies dissertation bibliographies at Pennsylvania State University (2000-2007) to determine the types and date range of materials used in their research. A statistical analysis is conducted of document types, subjects covered in the dissertations, citation patterns, age of materials, and local availability and/or access to ...
Snodia, Magudu - - 2010
The colonisation of Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe), like that of several other colonial African nations at the time, was characterised by tension and antagonism between the settlers and the indigenous people. This paper argues that in Southern Rhodesia, one of the ways antagonism was reflected was through the naming process, which ...
Chikodzi, Ivy - - 2010
This article is motivated by the challenges faced by the rural Shona learners in their mathematics education. It explores how the rural Shona learners can benefit in their learning of mathematics from approaches that involve their environment. The paper further explores how various Shona cultural activities and games can be ...
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