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)
⋄ Psittacisme et Plébiscite au Gabon: Le Trope d’une réélection présidentielle dans une post-colonie tranquille Jean Ferdinand Mbah (1-17)
⋄ Between Ethnic Essentialism and Environmental Racism: Oil and the ‘Glocalisation’ of Environmental Justice Discourse in Nigeria Wilson Akpan (18-42)
⋄ Modernisation and Migration: The Transformation of Labour Relations in the Global Automobile Industry Mark Anstey (43-71)
⋄ Women, NEPAD and Nation Building: Revisiting a Dying Debate Philomina E. Okeke and Godwin Onu (72-93)
⋄ ‘Increasing my value proposition to the struggle’: Arthur Mutambara and student politics in Zimbabwe, Leo Zeilig (94-115)
⋄ An Issue Overlooked in Nigeria’s Reforms: The Continuation of Government Discriminatory Practices, V. Adefemi Isumonah (116-132)
⋄ Address: Sociology, Endogeneity and the Challenge of Transformation, Olújìmí O. Adésínà (133-150)
⋄ Research Reports (151-163)
⋄ Book Reviews: Adam Ashforth. Witchcraft, Violence, and Democracy in South Africa. Chicago, University of Chicago Press. 2005. Reviewed by Alan Kirkaldy (164-169)
⋄ Book Reviews: Lungisile Ntsebeza, Democracy Compromised: Chiefs and the Politics of Land in South Africa. Cape Town: HSRC Press, 2006. 326 pp. Jeff Peires (170-171)
⋄ Book Reviews: Lungisile Ntsebeza and Ruth Hall (eds.). The Land Question in South Africa – The Challenge of Transformation and Redistribution. Cape Town. HSRC Press, 2007. Reviewed by Kirk Helliker (172-177)
⋄ Book Reviews: Linda Richter and Robert Morrell (eds.), Baba: Men and Fatherhood in South Africa. Cape Town. HSRC Press. 2006. Reviewed by Daygan Eagar (178-180)


African Sociological Review, Volume 10, n°2, 2006

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Psittacisme et Plébiscite au Gabon: Le Trope d’une réélection présidentielle dans une post-colonie tranquille Jean Ferdinand Mbah (1-17)PDF177.9 kb
Between Ethnic Essentialism and Environmental Racism: Oil and the ‘Glocalisation’ of Environmental Justice Discourse in Nigeria Wilson Akpan (18-42)PDF234 kb
Modernisation and Migration: The Transformation of Labour Relations in the Global Automobile Industry Mark Anstey (43-71)PDF255.2 kb
Women, NEPAD and Nation Building: Revisiting a Dying Debate Philomina E. Okeke and Godwin Onu (72-93)PDF204.6 kb
‘Increasing my value proposition to the struggle’: Arthur Mutambara and student politics in Zimbabwe, Leo Zeilig (94-115)PDF215.5 kb
An Issue Overlooked in Nigeria’s Reforms: The Continuation of Government Discriminatory Practices, V. Adefemi Isumonah (116-132)PDF172.1 kb
Address: Sociology, Endogeneity and the Challenge of Transformation, Olújìmí O. Adésínà (133-150)PDF186.8 kb
Research Reports (151-163)PDF143.2 kb
Book Reviews: Adam Ashforth. Witchcraft, Violence, and Democracy in South Africa. Chicago, University of Chicago Press. 2005. Reviewed by Alan Kirkaldy (164-169)PDF82.6 kb
Book Reviews: Lungisile Ntsebeza, Democracy Compromised: Chiefs and the Politics of Land in South Africa. Cape Town: HSRC Press, 2006. 326 pp. Jeff Peires (170-171)PDF45.5 kb
Book Reviews: Lungisile Ntsebeza and Ruth Hall (eds.). The Land Question in South Africa – The Challenge of Transformation and Redistribution. Cape Town. HSRC Press, 2007. Reviewed by Kirk Helliker (172-177)PDF73 kb
Book Reviews: Linda Richter and Robert Morrell (eds.), Baba: Men and Fatherhood in South Africa. Cape Town. HSRC Press. 2006. Reviewed by Daygan Eagar (178-180)PDF61.4 kb


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