Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa
Conseil pour le développement de la recherche en sciences sociales en Afrique
Conselho para o Desenvolvimento da Pesquisa em Ciências Sociais em África
مجلس تنمية البحوث الإجتماعية في أفريقيا
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Document(s)
⋄ La sociologie au Maghreb: Cinquante ans après, Tayeb Chenntouf(1-30)
⋄ La Sociologie en Afrique Centrale: Etats des lieux, problèmes et perspectives, Valentin Nga Ndongo (31-58)
⋄ Sociological and Anthropological Training in Ethiopia, Yeraswork Admassie and Gebre Yntiso (59-85)
⋄ The Rise and Fall of South African Sociology, Fred Hendricks (86-97)
⋄ The State of Sociology in Angola, João Baptista Lukombo Nzatuzola (98-101)
⋄ The Promised Land and the University of Abahlali baseMjondolo Richard Pithouse (102-142)
⋄ Converging Constructions: A Historical Perspective on Sexuality and Feminism in Post-Colonial Africa, Nkolika Ijeoma Aniekwu (143-160)
⋄ Western Social Sciences and Africa: The Domination and Marginalisation of a Continent Alois S. Mlambo (161-179)
⋄ Coverage of African Related Studies in International Journals: Greater Exposure for ‘Public Intellectuals’ in Sociology and Industrial Relations?, Geoffrey Wood and Pauline Dibben (180-192)
⋄ The First Ten Years: A Review of the African Sociological Review, 1997-2006, Olajide Oloyede (190-207)
⋄ Address: Pan-Africanism or Imperialism? Unity and Struggle towards a New Democratic Africa Issa G. Shivji (208-220)
⋄ Research Report: The Use of Documentary Research Methods in Social Research Monageng Mogalakwe (211-230)
⋄ News & Comment: The strike and academic freedom at the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, 2006 Raj Patel (231-2333
⋄ Review Essay: Negotiated revolutions or evolutionary regime transitions?: The Czech Republic, South Africa and Chile (An essay on George Lawson, Negotiated revolutions. The Czech Republic, South Africa and Chile, Aldershot Ashgate, 2005). Geoffrey Wood and Jan K. Coetzee (234-243)
⋄ Book Reviews: Harry G. West. Kupilikula: Governance and the invisible realm in Mozambique. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2005. Reviewed by Beata Mtyingizana (244-252)


African Sociological Review, Volume 10, n°1, 2006

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La sociologie au Maghreb: Cinquante ans après, Tayeb Chenntouf(1-30)PDF297.9 kb
La Sociologie en Afrique Centrale: Etats des lieux, problèmes et perspectives, Valentin Nga Ndongo (31-58)PDF278 kb
Sociological and Anthropological Training in Ethiopia, Yeraswork Admassie and Gebre Yntiso (59-85)PDF258.7 kb
The Rise and Fall of South African Sociology, Fred Hendricks (86-97)PDF149 kb
The State of Sociology in Angola, João Baptista Lukombo Nzatuzola (98-101)PDF89 kb
The Promised Land and the University of Abahlali baseMjondolo Richard Pithouse (102-142)PDF383.3 kb
Converging Constructions: A Historical Perspective on Sexuality and Feminism in Post-Colonial Africa, Nkolika Ijeoma Aniekwu (143-160)PDF200.1 kb
Western Social Sciences and Africa: The Domination and Marginalisation of a Continent Alois S. Mlambo (161-179)PDF203.5 kb
Coverage of African Related Studies in International Journals: Greater Exposure for ‘Public Intellectuals’ in Sociology and Industrial Relations?, Geoffrey Wood and Pauline Dibben (180-192)PDF160.5 kb
The First Ten Years: A Review of the African Sociological Review, 1997-2006, Olajide Oloyede (190-207)PDF175.7 kb
Address: Pan-Africanism or Imperialism? Unity and Struggle towards a New Democratic Africa Issa G. Shivji (208-220)PDF157.8 kb
Research Report: The Use of Documentary Research Methods in Social Research Monageng Mogalakwe (211-230)PDF131.8 kb
News & Comment: The strike and academic freedom at the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, 2006 Raj Patel (231-2333PDF78.4 kb
Review Essay: Negotiated revolutions or evolutionary regime transitions?: The Czech Republic, South Africa and Chile (An essay on George Lawson, Negotiated revolutions. The Czech Republic, South Africa and Chile, Aldershot Ashgate, 2005). Geoffrey Wood and Jan K. Coetzee (234-243)PDF134.2 kb
Book Reviews: Harry G. West. Kupilikula: Governance and the invisible realm in Mozambique. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2005. Reviewed by Beata Mtyingizana (244-252)PDF85 kb


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