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East Africa.

General

1400 Adam, M., L'Afrique indienne: les minorites d' origine indopakistannaise en Afrique orientale. Paris Karthala 2010 481 pp.

1401 Beckerleg, S., From ocean to lakes: cultural transformation of Yemenis in Kenya and Uganda. African and Asian studies 2009 8 3 288-308

1402 Gahama, J., Les causes des violences ethniques contemporaines dans l'Afrique des Grands Lacs: une analyse historique et socio-politique. Afrika zamani 2005-06 13-14 101-15

1403 Ogola, L.O., Human security in pastoralist areas of eastern Africa. African security review 2010 19 3 27-40

Agriculture

1404 Aithal, A., Pinard, F., Can good coffee prices increase smallholder revenue? Cahiers d'outre-mer 2008 61 243 381400

Anthropology

See also: 1407, 1426

Archaeology

See also: 1429

1405 Ashley, C., Towards a socialised archaeology of ceramics in Great Lakes Africa. African archaeological review 2010 27 2 135-65

1406 Mutundu, K.K., An ethnoarchaeological framework for the identification and distinction of late Holocene archaeological sites in East Africa. Azania 2010 45 1 6-23

1407 Prendergast, M.E., Diversity in East African foraging and food producing communities. Azania 201045 1 1-5

Archives

1408 Barringer, T.A., 2010 "Recordings of the work of the Holy Spirit": the Joe Church archives, in Ward, K. and WildWood, E. (eds), The East African revival, pp. 271-83. (Item No. 1458)

Bibliography

1409 Musila, G., [Annual Bibliography of Commonwealth Literature] East and Central Africa. Journal of Commonwealth literature 2010 45 4 553-68

Biography

See also: 1450, 1451

Botany

1410 Kokwaro, J.O., Medicinal plants of east Africa. Nairobi Nairobi University Press 2009 478 pp.

Current Affairs

1411 Kalron, N., The Great Lakes of confusion. African security review 2010 19 2 25-37

1412 Rosend, E., Enhancing counterterrorism in eastern Africa. African security review 2010 18 2 93-106

1413 Whitaker, B.E., Compliance among weak states: Africa and the counter-terrorism regime. Review of international studies 2010 36 3 639-62

Economics--Development

1414 Duvail, S., Les communautes locales face aux grands projets d'amenagement des zones humides cotieres en Afrique d'est. Politique africaine 2010 117 149-72

1415 Hooten, N.A., Linking evidence with user voice for propoor policy: lessons from East Africa. Development in practice 2010 20 8 985-1000

1416 Nyangena, K.O., Privatization of water and sanitation services in Kenya: challenges and prospects. Africa development 2008 33 4 117-31

Education

See also: 1455

1417 Sasoaka, M., Nishimura, M., Does universal primary education policy weaken decentralisation? Participation and accountability frameworks in East Africa. Compare: a journal of comparative education 2010 40 1 79-95

Education--Higher

1418 Munene, I.I., Anticipated developments: East Africa's private universities and privatisation of public universities in the global context. Africa education review 2009 6 2 254-68

Environment

1419 Dawson, W., Burslem, D.F. R.P., Hulme, P.E., The Suitability of weed risk assessment as a conservation tool to identify invasive plant threats in East African rainforests. Biological conservation 2009 142 5 1018-24

1420 Lane, P.J., Developing landscape historical ecologies in eastern Africa: an outline of current research and potential future directions. African studies 2010 69 2 299-322

1421 Platts, P.J. and others, Can distribution models help refine inventory-based estimates of conservation priority? A case study of the Eastern Arc forests of Tanzania and Kenya. Diversity and distributions 2010 16 4 628-42

1422 Sitters, J. and others, Herded cattle and wild grazers partition water but share forage resources during dry years in East African savannas. Biological conservation 2009 142 4 738-50

Finance

1423 Ojah, K., Gwaridzo, T., Kaniki, S., Legal environment, finance channels and investment: the East African example. Journal of development studies 2010 46 4 724-44

Fisheries

1424 Eggert, H., Lokira, R.B., Regulatory compliance in Lake Victoria fisheries. Environment and development economics 2010 15 2 197-217

Gender

See also: 1441

1425 Daley, E., Englert, B., Securing land rights for women. Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 1 91-113

1426 Esho, T. and others, Female genital cutting and sexual function: in search of an alternate theoretical model. African identities 2010 8 3 221-35

Geography

See also: 1463

1427 Moore, N. and others, Adapting MODIs--derived LAI and fractional cover into the RAMS in East Africa. International journal of climatology 2010 30 13 1954-69

History

See also: 1420, 1464

1428 Pre-colonial East Africa: history, culture and physical activity. International journal of the history of sport 2010 27 5 780-97

1429 Maggs, T., The 2009 FYI workshop and excursion: valuable lessons from eastern Africa. African studies 2010 69 2 213-17

1430 Oonk, G., The Karimhee Jivanjee family: merchant princes of East Africa 1800-2000. Amsterdam Pallas Publications 2009 176 pp.

History, C6-18th

1431 Fleisher, J., Rituals of consumption and the politics of feasting on the East African coast, AD700-1500. Journal of world history 2010 23 4 195-217

History, C19th

1432 Nicolini, B., The Myth of the sultans in Western Indian Ocean during the nineteenth century: a new hypothesis. African and Asian studies 2009 8 3 239-67

History, C20th

1433 Jackson, A., 2010 The First World War in the Indian Ocean region, in Distant drums, pp. 75-98. (Item No. 416)

Human Rights

See also: 1438

International Economic Relations

1434 Mawdsley, E., Non-DAC donors and the changing landscape of foreign aid: the (in)significance of India's development cooperation with Kenya. Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 2 361-76

1435 Narliker, A., India's rise to power: where does East Africa fit in? Review of African political economy 2010 37 126 451-64

International Relations

1436 Khandiagala, G.M., Boundaries in eastern Africa. Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 2 266-78

1437 Okumu, W., Resources and border disputes in eastern Africa. Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 2 279-97

1438 Tamim, F.A., 2010 Human rights and insecurities: Muslims in post 9/11 East Africa, in Smith, M.S., Securing Africa, pp. 99-125. (Item No. 231)

Languages and Linguistics

1439 Van Rooy, B. and others, Register differentiation in East African English: a multidimensional study. English world-wide 2010 31 3 311-49

Law

See also: 1423

1440 Deng, B.K., Sub-regional legal instruments on internal migrants' rights and their implementation mechanisms: the case of the East African Community. Africa insight 2010 39 4

1441 MaeAuslan, P., Personal recollections on drafting laws to improve women's access to land: is there a magic wand? Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 1 114-30

1442 Onoria, H., Botched-up elections, treaty amendments and judicial independence in the East African Community. Journal of African law 2010 54 1 74-94

Literature

See also: 1409

Media

1443 Kalyango, Y., Media accountability and political interest in East Africa. Ecquid novi 2010 31 1 1-23

Medicine and Health

See also: 1410

1444 Graboyes, M., Fines, orders, fear and consent? Medical research in East Africa c1950. Developing world bioethics 2010 10 1 34-41

Medicine and Health--HIV/AIDS

1445 Bahati, P.N. and others, Ensuring quality of services in HIV prevention research settings: findings from a multi-center quality improvement pilot in East Africa. AIDS care 2010 22 1 119-25

1446 Skovdal, M., Community reactions and child-led microfinance: a case study of caregiving children in Kenya. AIDS care 2010 22 Suppl. 2 1652-61

Politics

1447 Adar, K.G., Fast tracking East African political federation: the role and limitations of the East African legislative Assembly. Africa insight 2008 37 4 76-97

1448 Moroff, A., Comparing ethnic party regulation in East Africa. Democratization 2010 17 4 750-68

Religion--Christianity

See also: 1408

1449 Barrington-Ward, S., 2010 The Revival through CMS eyes: potential and limitations, in Ward, K. and Wild-Wood, E. (eds), The East African revival, pp. 76-89. (Item No. 1458)

1450 Church, J.C.T., 2010 The East African Revival--a personal experience, in Ward, K. and WildWood, E. (eds), The East African revival, pp. 60-75. (Item No. 1458)

1451 Imberg, R., Dr Krapf- the (almost) forgotten missionary pioneer. Swedish missiological themes 2010 98 1 49-67

1452 Karanja, J., 2010 Confession and cultural dynamism in the East African revival, in Ward, K. and Wild-Wood, E. (eds), The East African revival, pp. 217-31. (Item No. 1458)

1453 Larsson, B., 2010 Haya women's response to the East African revival movement, in Ward, K. and Wild-Wood, E. (eds), The East African revival, pp. 183-95. (Item No. 1458)

1454 Peterson, D.R., 2010 Revivalism and dissent in colonial East Africa, in Ward, K. and WildWood, E. (eds), The East African revival, pp. 162-82. (Item No. 1458)

1455 Stambach, A., Faith in schools: religion, education and American evangelicals in East Africa. Stanford Stanford University Press 2010

1456 Stith, C.R., Radical Islam in East Africa. Annals of the American Academy of political and social science 2010 632 55-66

1457 Ward, K., 2010 Revival, mission and church in Kigezi, Rwanda and Burundi: a complex relationship, in Ward, K. and Wild-Wood, E. (eds), The East African revival, pp. 12-44. (Item No. 1458)

1458 Ward, K., Wild-Wood, E. (eds), The East African revival: history and legacies. Kampala Fountain 2010 307 pp.

1459 Wild-Wood, E., The Making of an African missionary hero in the English biographies of Apolo Kivebulaya (1923-1936). Journal of religion in Africa 2010 40 3 273-306

1460 Wild-Wood, E., 2010 Why strive for the gospel? The culture of the chosen evangelical revival on the northern Congo-Uganda border, in Ward, K. and WildWood, E. (eds), The East African revival, pp. 196-214. (Item No. 1458)

Religion--Islam

1461 Islam and Islamic culture: earliest foreign influences on physical activity in pre-colonial East Africa. International journal of the history of sport 2010 27 5 798-819

1462 Mazrui, A.A., 2009 Islam and acculturation in East Africa's experience, in Mazrui, A.A. and others, Africa's Islamic experience, pp. 189-205. (Item No. 868)

Sport

See also: 1428, 1461

1463 Eastern Africa: geography, ethnography and physical activity. International journal of the history of sport 2010 27 5 759-79

1464 Sport and Africa: an East African perspective--pre-colonial origins, colonial deconstruction, post-colonial reconstruction. [special issue]. International journal of the history of sport 2010 27 5 335-53

Urban Studies

1465 Bryceson, D.E, 2009 The Urban melting pot in East Africa: ethnicity and urban growth in Kampala and Dares Salaam, in Locatelli, F. and Nugent, P. (eds), African cities, pp. 241-60. (Item No. 892)

1466 Oosterver, P., Urban environmental services and the state in East Africa between neodevelopmental and network governance approaches. Geoforum 2009 40 6 1061-8

Burundi

Agriculture

1467 Hatungimana, A., Le cafe et les pouvoirs au Burundi. Cahiers d'outre-mer 2008 61 243 263-83

Current Affairs

See also: 1478, 1757

1468 Cheek, N.A., Beyond the Arusha Peace and Reconciliation Accord for Burundi: challenges of preserving peace in an ethnically fractured society. Africa insight 2010 39 4

1469 Curtis, D., Nibigirwe, G., 2010 Complementary approaches to peacekeeping? The African Union and United Nations in Burundi, in Besada, H. (ed.), Crafting an African security architecture, pp. 109-27. (Item No. 171)

1470 Mahmoud, Y., 2010 Partnerships for peacebuilding in Burundi: some lessons learned, in Besada, H. (ed.), Crafting an African security architecture, pp. 129-41. (Item No. 171)

1471 Uvin, P., Structural causes, development co-operation and conflict prevention in Burundi. Conflict, security and development 2010 10 1 161-79

1472 Van Leeuwen, M., Crisis or continuity? Farming land disputes and local conflict resolution in Burundi. Land use policy 2010 27 3 753-62

1473 Vervisch, T., Titeca, K., Building community associations in post-conflict Burundi: the difficult merging of social capital endowments and new 'institutional settings'. Journal of modern African studies 2010 48 3 485-511

Economics--Development

1474 Uvin, P., Structural causes, development co-operation and conflict prevention in Burundi and Rwanda. Conflict, security and development 2010 10 1 161-79

Gender

See also: 1480

1475 Anderson, M4., Transnational feminism and norm diffusion in peace processes: the case of Burundi and Northern Ireland. Journal of intervention and statebuilding 2010 4 1 1-21

International Relations

1476 De Maio, J.L., 2009 Intervention and genocide: Burundi, 1995-2003, in Confronting ethnic conflict, pp. 89-114. (Item No. 569)

Religion--Christianity

1477 Nakuwundi, P, 2007 Healing in Burundi, in Miller, D.E. and others (eds), Seeking peace in Africa, pp. 124-7. (Item No. 851)

1478 Niyonzima, D., 2007 Ethnic conflict in Burundi, in Miller, D.E. and others (eds), Seeking peace in Africa, pp. 97-8. (Item No. 851)

1479 Niyonzima, D., 2007 Healing, forgiveness and reconciliation, in Miller, D.E. and others (eds), Seeking peace in Africa, pp. 115-23. (Item No. 851)

1480 Oskarsson, G.N., Alice and Eramu, two Pentecostal women pioneers in Burundi in the 1930s one Swede, one Burundian. Swedish missiological themes 2009 97 3 395-415

Kenya

General

1481 Wasamba, P., Fieldwork in a conflicted society: a contemporary researcher's ethical dilemma. International journal of African Renaissance studies 2009 4 2 193-204

1482 Watson, E.E., A "hardening of lines": landscape, religion and identity in northern Kenya. Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 2 301-20

Agriculture

See also: 1605

1483 Asfaw, S., Mithtiffer, D., Walbel, H., Agrifood supply chain: private-sector standards and farmers' health: evidence from Kenya. Agricultural economics 2010 41 3-4 251-63

1484 Ashraf, N., Gine, X., Karlar, D., Finding missing markets (and a disturbing epilogue): evidence from an export crop adoption and marketing interventions in Kenya. Journal of agricultural economics 2009 91 4 973-90

1485 Dolan, C.S., Virtual moralities: the mainstreaming of fairtrade: Kenya tea fields. Geoforum 2010 41 1 33-43

1486 Kingiri, A.N., Experts to the rescue? An analysis of the role of experts in biotechnology regulation in Kenya. Journal of international development 2010 22 3 325-40

1487 Marenya, P.P., Barrett, C., Soil quality and fertilizer use rates among smallholder farmers in western Kenya. Agricultural economics 2009 40 5 561-72

1488 Marenya, P.P., Barrett, C.B., State-conditional fertilizer yield response on Western Kenyan farms. Journal of agricultural economics 2009 91 4 991-1006

1489 Martin, J.S., Novicevic, M., Social entrepreneurship among Kenyan farmers: a case example of acculturation challenges and program success. International journal for intercultural relations 2010 34 5 482-92

1490 Munyua, H., Stilwell, C., A Mixed qualitative-quantitative-participatory methodology: a study of the agricultural knowledge and information system (AKIS) of small-scale farmers in Kirinyaga district, Kenya. Library management 2010 31 1 5-18

1491 Muraguri, L., Unplugged! An analysis of agricultural biotechnology PPPs in Kenya. Journal of international development 2010 22 3 289-307

1492 Muthoni, J., Mbiyu, M.W., Nyamongo, D.O., A Review of potato seed systems and germplasm conservation in Kenya. Journal of food and agricultural information 2010 11 2 156-67

1493 Njanja, J.C., Oba, G., The Turkana camel breed in northwestern Kenya: lactation characteristics. Outlook on agriculture 2010 39 1 49-55

1494 Nyambari, P.M., Farmers in socio-economic diversification in Nyeri division. Cahiers d' outre-mer 2008 61 243 303-22

1495 Okello, J.J., Swinton, S.M., From circle of poison to circle of virtue: pesticides, export standards and Kenya's green bean farmers. Journal of agricultural economics 2010 61 2 209-24

1496 Otieno, D.J., Ruto, E., Hubbard, L., Cattle farmers' preferences for disease-free zones in Kenya: an application of the choice experiment method. Journal of agricultural economics 2010 61 4 207-24

1497 Ouma, S., Global standards, local realities: private agrifood governance and the restructuring of the Kenyan horticulture industry. Economic geography 2010 86 2 197-222

Anthropology

See also: 1592

1498 Akuja, T.E., Trends and current status of indigenous knowledge among the inhabitants of the Turkwel riverine in Kenya. Indilinga 2010 8 2 209-17

1499 Ashdown, S., Ethics and the non-physical self in the Ndorobo world view. African sociological review 2009 13 1

1500 Kinoti, H.W., African ethics: Gikuyu traditional morality. Amsterdam Rodopi 2010 286 pp.

1501 Lesorogol, C.K., The Impact of privatization on land inheritance among Samburu pastoralists in Kenya. Development and change 2010 41 6 1091-116

1502 Nyamongo, I., Teaching and training in anthropology in Kenya: the past, current trends and future prospects. African anthropologist 2007 14 1-2

1503 Robbins, P., Red-spotted ox: a Pokot life. Copenhagen IWGIA 2010 337 pp.

Archaeology

1504 Causey, M.J., New archaeological discoveries from the Laikipia Plateau, Kenya. Azania 2010 45 1 112-36

1505 Dale, D., Ashley, C.Z., Holocene hunter-fisher-gatherer communities: new perspectives on Kansyore using communities of western Kenya. Azania 2010 45 1 24-48

1506 Prendergast, M.E., Kansyore fisher-foragers and transitions to food production in East Africa: the view from Wadh Lang'o, Nyanza Province, western Kenya. Azania 2010 45 1 83-111

1507 Seitsonen, O., Lithics use at Kansyore sites in East Africa: technological organisation at four recently excavated sites in Nyanza Province, Kenya. Azania 2010 45 1 49-82

1508 Siiriainen, A., Seitsonen, O., Lauren, J., Pastoralists in the northeastern Mara Plains, Kenya: archaeological investigations of the Pastoral Neolithic and the Pastoral Iron Age. Azania 2009 44 2 163-93

Arts

See also: 1670

Biography

See also: 1657, 1667

1509 Karume, N., wa Gethoi, M., Beyond expectations: from charcoal to gold. Nairobi Kenway Publications 2010 332 pp.

1510 Seroney, K., From strength to strength: the story of Peter Kipchumba Rono. Nairobi MvuleAfrica Publishers 2009 187 pp.

Current Affairs

See also: 1540, 1589

1511 Bachelard, J.Y, The Anglo-Leasing corruption scandal in Kenya: the politics of international and domestic pressures and counter-pressures. Review of African political economy 2010 37 124 187-200

1512 Bachmann, J., Hiinke, J, 'Peace and security' as counter terrorism? The Political effects of liberal interventions in Kenya. African affairs 2010 109 434 97-114

1513 Bodewes, C., Civil society and the consolidation of democracy in Kenya: an analysis of a Catholic parish's efforts in Kibera slum. Journal of modern African studies 2010 48 4 547-71

1514 HUhorst, D., Jansen, B.J., Humanitarian space as an arena: a perspective on the everyday politics of aid. Development and change 2010 41 6 1117-39

1515 Irald, F.K., Culture & development: lessons learnt from the post-election violence in Kenya. Journal of language, technology & entrepreneurship in Africa 2010 2 1 261-76

1516 Kamau, W., Law, culture and dispute resolution (ADR) in Africa: prospects for alternative dispute resolution. East African journal of peace and human rights 2009 15 2 336-60

1517 Kimari, W., Rasmussen, J., "Setting the agenda for our leaders from under a tree": the People's Parliament in Nairobi. Nokoro 2010 1 http://www/.carleton.ca/africanstudies/reserch/nokoro/volume-1

1518 Ligaga, D., Ethnic stereotypes and the ideological manifestations of ethnicity in Kenyan cyber communities. Africa insight 2009 39 1

1519 Lind, J., Howell, J., Counterterrorism and the politics of aid: civil society responses in Kenya. Development and change 2010 41 2 335-53

1520 Miruka, C., Developmental public administration challenges in Kenya. Lesotho law journal 2008/9 18 1 47-83

1521 Mkutu, K.A., Mitigation of armed criminality through an African indigenous approach: the case of the Sungusungu in Kenya. Crime, law and social change 2010 53 2 183-204

1522 Musangi, J., 'Only a few cases of skirmishes here and there': interrogating the truth of an election in the Kenyan blogosphere. Africa insight 2009 39 1

1523 Nyabola, H.N., The Legal challenge of civil militia groups in Kenya. African security review 2009 18 3 90-102

1524 Opiyo, O., Frontier citizenship and state fragility in Kenya. Journal of language, technology & entrepreneurship in Africa 2010 2 2 117-29

Demography

1525 Opiyo, C.O., Levin, M.J., Fertility levels, trends and differentials in Kenya: how does the own-children method add to our knowledge of the transition? African population studies 2009 23 2 189-205

1526 Otieno, A.A., Analysis of family building patterns in Kenya when fertility has stalled. African population studies 2009 23 2 141-54

Economics

1527 Adam, C., Collier, P., Ndung'u, N. (eds), Kenya: policies for prosperity. Oxford Oxford University Press 2010 438 pp.

1528 Bolo, M.O., 2008 The Lake Naivasta cut flower cluster in Kenya, in Zeng, D.Z. (ed.), Knowledge, technology and cluster-based growth in Africa, pp. 37-51. (Item No. 276)

1529 Fukunishi, T., Has low productivity constrained the competitiveness of African firms? A comparison of Kenyan and Bangladeshi garment firms. Developing economies 2009 47 3 307-39

1530 Graner, M., Isaksson, A., Firm efficiency and the destination of exports: evidence from Kenyan plant-level data. Developing economies 2009 47 3 279-306

1531 Kabubo-Mariana, J., Ndenga, G.K., Mweba, D.K., Analysing the correlates of poverty in Kenya: an institutional approach. African journal of economic policy 2009 16 1

1532 Kijima, Y., Emerging markets in the post-liberalisation period: evidence from the raw milk market in rural Kenya. Journal of African economies 2010 19 1 88-110

1533 Kinyanjui, N., 2008 The Kamukunji metalwork cluster in Kenya, in Zeng, D.Z. (ed.), Knowledge, technology and cluster-based growth in Africa, pp. 25-36. (Item No. 276)

1534 Kristjanson, P., Understanding poverty dynamics in Kenya. Journal of international development 2010 22 7 978-96

1535 Mbogo, M., The Impact of mobile payments on the success and growth of micro-business: the case of M-Pesa in Kenya. Journal of language, technology & entrepreneurship in Africa 2010 2 1 182-203

1536 Minja. D., Leadership practices: a case of selected corporate institutions in Nairobi, Kenya. Journal of language, technology & entrepreneurship in Africa 2010 2 2 1-30

1537 Ngunjiri, I., Corruption and entrepreneurship in Kenya. Journal of language, technology entrepreneurship in Africa 2010 2 1 93-106

1538 Odhiambo, N.M., Interest rate reforms, financial deepening and economic growth in Kenya: an empirical investigation. Journal of developing areas 2009 43 1 293-313

1539 Weare, M., Kayizzi-Mugerwa, S., Do exporting firms pay higher wages? Evidence from Kenya's manufacturing sector. African development review 2009 21 3 435-53

Economics--Development

1540 Stewart, F., Horizontal inequalities in Kenya and the political disturbances of 2008: some implications for aid policy. Conflict, security and development 2010 10 1 133-59

Education

See also: 1638, 1644, 1646

1541 Abenga, E.S.B., A Systems approach to education in Kenya: implications on educational media program development. Educational research and reviews 2009 4 8 371-8

1542 Ajowi, J.O., Simatwa, E.M.W., The Role of guidance and counseling in promoting student discipline in secondary schools in Kenya: a case study of Kisumu district. Educational research and reviews 2010 5 5 263-72

1543 Akech, B.A.O., Simatwa, E.M.W., Opportunities and challenges for public primary school head teachers in the implementation of free primary education in Kisumu municipality, Kenya: an analytical assessment. Educational research and reviews 2010 5 10 484-91

1544 Ayere, M.A., Odera, F.Y., Agak, J.O., E-learning in secondary schools in Kenya: a case of the NEPAD e-schools. Educational research and reviews 2010 5 5 218-23

1545 Bagaka's, J., Many districts left behind: an individual change analysis of inequity in the Kenyan primary educational opportunities (2001-2007). International journal of educational development 2010 30 6 586-91

1546 Brightone, B.P, Nasongo, J.W., Wamocha, L., Philosophical reflections and curricula development: addressing the challenges of ethnicity and development in Kenya. Educational research and reviews 2009 4 11 525-9

1547 Dawo, J-I., Simatwa, E.M. Wo, Opportunities and challenges for mixed day secondary school headteachers in promoting girl-child education in Kenya: a case study of Kisumu municipality. Educational research and reviews 2010 5 12 730-41

1548 Gatumu, J., Head teachers' tasks in the implementation of preschool curriculum in Kenya public preschools. Ire psychologia 2010 18 1

1549 Graham, B.E., Mother tongue education: necessary? Possible? Sustainable? Language and education 2010 24 4 309-21

1550 Hungi, N., Thuku, F.W., Differences in pupil achievement in Kenya: implications for policy and practice. International journal of educational development 2010 30 1 33-43

1551 Jepkemboni, G., Aldridge, J., Teachers' and caregivers' perceptions of gender differences in the educational experiences of children affected by parental AIDS in western Kenya. Educational research and reviews 2009 4 5 285-8

1552 Johnstone, C., Corce, H., "I have been given the power to teach. The children understand me very well." The social and academic impact of deaf teacher training in Kenya. International review of education 2010 56 1 149-65

1553 Jwan, J., Anderson, L., Bennett, N., Democratic school leadership reforms in Kenya: cultural and historical challenges. Journal of educational administration and history 2010 40 3 247-73

1554 Kindiki, J.N., Effectiveness of boards of governors in curriculum implementation in secondary schools in Kenya. Educational research and reviews 2009 4 5 260-6

1555 Kindiki, J.N., Effectiveness of communication on students discipline in secondary schools in Kenya. Educational research and reviews 2009 4 5 252-9

1556 King, K., China's co-operation in education and training with Kenya: a different model? International journal of educational development 2010 30 5 488-96

1557 Kipnego, R.R., Benjamin, K.W., Safety awareness and preparedness in secondary schools in Kenya: a case of Turkana district. Educational research and reviews 2009 4 8 379-84

1558 Kiveu, N.M., Mayio, J., The impact of cost sharing internal efficiency of public secondary schools in Ndivisi division, Bungoma district, Kenya. Educational research and reviews 2009 4 5 272-84

1559 Mareng, C., Analysis of the refugee children's education in the Kakuma refugee camp. Educational research and reviews 2010 5 6 292-7

1560 Mobengi, F.O., Ondigi, A.B., Oburu, P.O., Secondary school headteachers' quality assurance strategies and challenges in Gucha district, Kenya. Educational research and reviews 2010 5 7 408-14

1561 Munene, I.I, Ruto, S, The Right to education for children in domestic labour: empirical evidence from Kenya. International review of education 2010 56 1 127-47

1562 Nasongo, J.W., Musungu, L. L, The Implications of Nyerere's theory of education to contemporary education in Kenya. Educational research and reviews 2009 4 4 111-16

1563 Ngala, B.J.A., Odebero, S. O., Teachers' perceptions of staff development programmes as it relates to teachers' effectiveness: a study of rural primary schools in Kenya. Educational research and reviews 2010 5 1 1-9

1564 Nyambedha, E.O., Aagaard-Hansen, J., Educational consequences of orphanhood and poverty in western Kenya. Educational studies 2009 14 4 555-67

1565 Ochola, S.O., Eitel, B., Olago, D.O., Vulnerability of schools to floods in Nyando catchment, Kenya. Disasters 2010 34 3 732-54

1566 Oketch, M., Ngware, M., Free primary education still excludes the poorest of the poor in urban Kenya. Development in practice 2010 20 4-5 603-10

1567 Oketch, M. and others, Why are there proportionately more poor pupils enrolled in non-state schools in urban Kenya in spite of FPE policy? International journal of educational development 2010 30 1 23-32

1568 Okwara, M.O., Shiundu, J.O., Indoshi, F.C., Towards a model of integrated English language curriculum for secondary schools in Kenya. Educational research and reviews 2009 4 5 301-9

1569 Omusonga, T.O., Kazadi, I. M., Indoshi, F.C., Matching intended and actual French curriculum objectives in secondary schools in western province, Kenya. Educational research and reviews 2009 4 6 316-21

1570 Omwami, E.M., Omwami, R.K., Public investment and the goal of providing universal access to primary education by 2015 in Kenya. International journal of educational development 2010 30 3 243-53

1571 Ramani, K., Zhimin, L., A Survey on conflict resolution mechanisms in public secondary schools: a case of Nairobi province, Kenya. Educational research and reviews 2010 5 5 242-56

1572 Wachiye, J.H., Nasongo, J.W., Access to secondary school education through the constituency bursary fund in Kanduyi constituency, Kenya. Educational research and reviews 2010 5 5 237-41

Education--Higher

1573 Kurgat, K.P., Justifying innovative language programs in an environment of change: the case of communication skills in Kenyan universities. Journal of language, technology & entrepreneurship in Africa 2010 2 1 1-7

1574 Ngolovu, M.S., Cost sharing in higher education in Kenya: examining the undesired policy outcomes. Higher education policy 2010 23 4 515-29

1575 Rugar, T.O., Ayoda, T.M.O., Agak, J.O., Rate of financial return to university schooling among lecturers in two public universities in Kenya. Educational research and reviews 2010 5 3 130-48

1576 Wachiye, HoJ., Nasongo, J.W., Equity and access to university education through higher loans in Bungoma district Kenya. Educational research and reviews 2009 4 10 475-89

Environment

1577 Bailis, R., Modeling climate change mitigation from alternative methods of charcoal production in Kenya. Biomass and bioenergy 2009 33 11 1491-1502

1578 Davies, M., A View from the east: an interdisciplinary 'historical ecology' approach to a contemporary agricultural landscape in northwest Kenya. African studies 2010 69 2 279-97

1579 Grimsditch, G., The Effect of habitat on coral bleaching responses in Kenya. Ambio 2010 39 4 295-304

1580 Lehouck, V. and others, Spatial and temporal effects on recruitment of an Afromontane forest tree in a threatened fragmented ecosystem. Biological conservation 2009 142 3 518-28

1581 Ransom, K.P., Mangi, S.C., Valuing recreational benefits of coral reefs: the case of Mombasa Marine National Park and Reserve, Kenya. Environmental management 2010 45 1 145-54

1582 Speranza, C.I., Indigenous knowledge related to climate variability and change: insights from droughts in semi-arid areas of Makueni District, Kenya. Climatic change 2010 100 2 295-315

Food

1583 Muthoni, J., Nyamongo, D.O., Traditional food crops and their role in food and nutritional security in Kenya. Journal of food and agricultural information 2010 11 1 36-50

Forestry

1584 Otieno, A., 'Reordering and counterordering': forestry preservation, bush clearing and the sociophysical mapping of Chepalungu, Kericho District, Kenya, 1930-1963. Environment and history 2010 16 4 381-408

Gender

See also: 1551, 1671

1585 Ayot, T.O., 2009 Women and the struggle for democracy in Kenya: a structural perspective, in Kalu, K.A. and Soyinka-Airewale, P. (eds), Socio-political scaffolding and the construction of change: constitutionalism and democratic governance in Africa pp. 185-235. (Item No. 793)

1586 Kimani, E.N., Kombo, D.K., Gender and poverty reduction: a Kenyan context. Educational research and reviews 2010 5 1 24-30

1587 Linge, T.K., Van Rensburg, W., SikaHeh, D., The Role of visibility and career advancement of women in Kenya. Journal of language, technology & entrepreneurship in Africa 2010 2 1 351-9

1588 MusHa, G., Phallocracy and gynocratic transgression: gender, state and power in Kenya. Africa insight 2009 39 1

1589 Ossome, M., 2010 Abduction, confinement & sexual violence against South Sudanese women and girls in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya, in Grawert, E. (ed.), After the comprehensive peace agreement in Sudan, pp. 158-75. (Item No. 1321)

1590 Wadende, P., 2010 Women and war: a Kenya experience, in Falola, T. and ter Haar, H. (eds), Narrating war and peace in Africa, pp. 98-112. (Item No. 26)

Gender--Masculinity

1591 Chiuri, W., 2008 Men's role in persistent rural poverty: lessons from Kenya, in Uchendu, E. (ed.), Masculinities in contemporary Africa. pp. 163-76. (Item No. 379)

1592 Kabaji, E., 2008 Masculinity and ritual violence: a study of bullfighting among the Luhiya of Western Kenya, in Uchendu, E. (ed.), Masculinities in contemporary Africa. pp. 34-53. (Item No. 379)

1593 Mwangi-Chemnjor, C., 2008 Student fathers and the challenge to masculinities in Kenyan universities, in Uchendu, E. (ed.), Masculinities in contemporary Africa. pp. 177-90. (Item No. 379)

1594 Nzioka, C., Willing fathers, reluctant parents: young men's perspectives on unwanted pregnancies and abortion in Kenya. Addis Ababa OSSREA 2009 61 pp.

1595 Onyanga, J.O., 2008 The Masculine discursive construction of rape in the Kenyan press, in Uchendu, E. (ed.), Masculinities in contemporary Africa. pp. 54-72. (Item No. 379)

History

1596 Pears, C., 2010 'A Splendid people': the Masai and Nandi, in The African wars, pp. 153-73. (Item No. 425)

1597 Pears, C., 2010 'No law but blood for blood': British East Africa's northern frontier, in The African wars, pp. 190-210. (Item No. 425)

1598 Shadle, B., White settlers and the law in early Kenya. Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 3 510-24

1599 Waller, R., Towards a contextualisation of policing in colonial Kenya. Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 3 525-41

1600 Wynne-Jones, S., Walsh, M., Heritage tourism and slavery at Shimani: narrative and metanarrative on the East Coast. History in Africa 2010 37 247-73

History, C20th

See also: 1674

1601 Anderson, D.M., Sexual threat and settler society: 'Black Perils' in Kenya c. 1907-30. Journal of imperial and Commonwealth history 2010 38 1 47-74

1602 Hyde, D., Undercurrents to independence: plantation struggles in Kenya's Central Province. Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 3 467-89

1603 Hynd, S., 2010 Fatal families: narratives of spousal killing and domestic violence in murder trials in Kenya and Nyasaland, c. 1930-56, in Burrill, E.S., Roberts, R.L. and Thornberry, E. (eds), Domestic violence and the law in colonial and postcolonial Africa, pp. 159-78. (Item No. 662)

1604 Laforgue, J., Resistance au long cours: narration et maniement de la memoire insurectionnelle--a partir de l'exemple des Mau Mau. Cahiers d'Etudes africaines 2010 50 197 25-50

1605 Makana, N.E., Metropolitan concern, colonial state policy and the embargo on cultivation of coffee by Africans in colonial Kenya. History in Africa 2009 36 315-29

1606 Okuro, S.O., Our women must return home: institutionalized patriarchy in colonial central Nyanza District, 1945-1965. Journal of Asian and African studies 2010 45 5 522-33

1607 Tully, M, 2010 Ali's well in the colony: coverage of the Mau Mau movement, 1952-56, in Falola, T. and ter Haar, H. (eds), Narrating war and peace in Africa, pp. 56-75. (Item No. 26)

Human Rights

See also: 1634

1608 Mbondenyi, M.K, The Right to participate in the government of one's country: an analysis of article 13 of the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights in the light of Kenya's 2007 political crisis. African human rights law journal 2009 9 1 183-202

Information and Communications Technology

See also: 1490, 1518, 1522, 1544, 1615, 1658

1609 Mosoti, Z., Masheka, B., Knowledge management: the case for Kenya. Journal of language, technology & entrepreneurship in Africa 2010 2 1 107-33

International Economic Relations

1610 Disenyana, T., Harnessing Africa's sun: China and the development of solar energy in Kenya. South African journal of international affairs 2009 16 1 17-32

1611 McCann, G., Ties that bind or binds that tie? India's African engagements and the political economy of Kenya. Review of African political economy 2010 37 126 465-82

International Relations

1612 Chacha, B.K., Marwa, M.Z., 2010 Kenya's foreign policy and challenges of terrorism in the post-cold war, in Smith, M.S., Securing Africa, pp. 161-72. (Item No. 231)

1613 Wekesa, P.W., Old issues and new challenges: the Migingo Island controversy and the Kenya-Uganda borderland. Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 2 331-40

Labour

1614 Opini, B.M., A Review of the participation of disabled persons in the labour force: the Kenyan context. Disability & society 2010 25 3 271-87

Languages and Linguistics

See also: 1549, 1568, 1569, 1573, 1650

1615 Akinyi, J., Kiswahili usage in ICT in NEPAD secondary schools in Kenya. Journal of language, technology & entrepreneurship in Africa 2010 2 1 66-84

1616 Mwaniki, M., The Dialectics of language inclusion and exclusion: an analysis of the language factor in the Kenyan constitutional review process. Language matters 2009 40 2 145-65

Law

See also: 1523

1617 Luongo, K., Polling places and "slow-punctured provocation": occult-driven cases in postcolonial Kenya's high courts. Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 3 577-91

1618 Nmaju, M.C., Violence in Kenya: any role for the ICC in the quest for accountability? African journal of legal studies 2009/10 3 1 78-95

1619 Sifuna, N., The Need to reform Kenya's law on street vending: from policing to facilitation. South African journal on human rights 2008 24 1 157-79

Literature

1620 Amoko, A.O., Postcolonialism in the wake of the Nairobi revolution: Ngugi wa Thiong'o and the idea of African literature. Basingstoke, New York Palgave Macmillan 2010 204 pp.

1621 Kamau-Goro, N., African culture and the language of nationalist imagination: the reconfiguration of Christianity in Ngugi wa Thiong'o's The River Between and Weep Not Child. Studies in world Christianity 2010 16 1 6-26

1622 Mwangi, E.M., Between imagination and delusion: cosmopolitan postcolonial critique in Ken Walibota's Ndoto ya Amerika [The American dream]. Journal of postcolonial writing 2010 46 2 125-37

1623 Nicholls, B., Ngugi wa Thiong'o, gender and the ethics of postcolonial reading. Farnham, Burlington Ashgate 2010 213 pp.

1624 Ogude, J., The State as a site of eating: literary representation and the dialectics of ethnicity, class and the nation state in Kenya. Africa insight 2009 39 1

1625 Okolo, M.S.C., Contesting the African public sphere: a philosophical re-imaging of power and resistance in Ngugi's Wizard of the Crow. Africa development 2009 34 2 59-80

1626 Siundu, G., Wegesa, B., Christianity in early Kenyan novels: Ngugi wa Thiong'o's Weep Not Child and The River Between. Journal of language, technology & entrepreneurship in Africa 2010 2 1 292-310

Media

See also: 1595, 1607

1627 Amutabi, M.N., Neither bold nor beautiful: investigating the impact of Western soap operas on Kenya, in Falola, T. and Agwuele, A. (eds), Africans and the politics of popular culture, pp. 185-213. (Item No. 25)

1628 Bunce, M., 'This place used to be a white British boys' club': reporting dynamics and cultural clash at an international news bureau in Nairobi. Round table 2010 99 410 515-28

1629 Loushran, G., Birth of a nation: the story of a newspaper in Kenya. London, New York I.B. Tauris 2010 328 pp.

1630 Musampa, E.K., Cognition et metaphores dans les radiojoumals en Kiswahili. Cas de Radio Okapi. Journal of language, technology & entrepreneurship in Africa 2010 2 2 91-116

1631 Ogola, G., Media at the crossroads: reflections on the Kenyan news media and the coverage of the 2007 political crisis. Africa insight 2009 39 1

Medicine and Health

1632 Agola, L.E., Genetic diversity and population structure of Schistosoma mansoni with human infrapopulations in Mwea, central Kenya, assessed by microsatellite markers. Acta tropica 2009 111 3 219-25

1633 Ahlberg, B. and others, Multiple discourses on sexuality: implications for translating sexual wellness concept into action strategies in a Kenyan context. African sociological review 2009 13 1 105-23

1634 Bryant, J.H., Kenya's cash transfer program: protecting the health and human rights of orphans and vulnerable children. Health and human rights 2009 11 1 65-76

1635 Janisch, C.P. and others, Vouchers for health: a demand side output-based aid approach to reproductive health services in Kenya. Global public health 2010 5 6 578-94

1636 Ndung'u, C.W., A Preliminary exploration of the rural-urban differential in language and speech development among children with Down's Syndrome. Journal of language, technology & entrepreneurship in Africa 2010 2 2 76-90

1637 Ojwang, B.O., Matu, P.M., Ogutu, E.A., Face attack and patient response strategies in a Kenyan hospital. Journal of sociolinguistics 2010 14 4 501-23

1638 Oteyo, J., Kariuki, M., Extent to which selected factors contribute to alcohol and cigarette use among public secondary schools male students: a case of Nakuru municipality, Kenya. Educational research and reviews 2009 4 6 327-33

1639 Plummer, C.A., Njuguna, W., Cultural protective and risk factors: professional perspectives about child sexual abuse in Kenya. Child abuse & neglect 2009 33 8 524-32

Medicine and Health--HIV/AIDS

1640 Abede, T., Skovdal, M., Livelihoods, care and familial relations of orphans in eastern Africa. AIDScare 2010 22 5 570-6

1641 Ambasa-Shisanya, C.R., Cultural determinants of adoption of HIV/AIDS prevention measures and strategies among girls and women in western Kenya. Addis Ababa OSSREA 2009 148 pp.

1642 Delva, W., HIV prevention through sport: the case of the Mathare Youth Sport Association in Kenya. AIDS care 2010 22 8 1012-20

1643 Fox, M.P. and others, Improvements in physical wellbeing over the first two years on antiretroviral therapy in western Kenya. AIDS care 2010 22 2 137-45

1644 Maticka-Tyndale, E., Sustainability of gains made in a primary school HIV prevention programme in Kenya into the secondary school. Journal of adolescence 2010 33 4 563-73

1645 Munyao, P. and others, Implementation of clinic-based modified-directly observed therapy (m-DOT) for ART; experiences in Mombasa, Kenya. AIDS care 2010 22 2 187-94

1646 Ongunya, R.O., Indoshi, F.C., Objectives and actual HIV and AIDS education programme delivery and behavioral changes among Kenyan secondary school students. Educational research and reviews 2009 4 4 173-82

1647 Otieno, P.A., Determinants of failure to access care in mothers referred to HIV treatment programs in Nairobi, Kenya. AIDS care 2010 22 6 729-36

1648 Reece, M. and others, Assessing male spousal engagement with prevention of mother-to-child transmission (pMTCT) programs in western Kenya. AIDS care 2010 22 6 743-50

1649 Skovdal, M., Children caring for their "caregivers": exploring the caring arrangements in households affected by AIDS in western Kenya. AIDS care 2010 22 1 96-103

1650 Waitiki, S.W., Linguistic challenges in the fight against HIV and AIDS: an analysis of doctor-patient discourse in Kenyan health centres. Journal of language, technology & entrepreneurship in Africa 2010 2 2 60-74

Politics

See also: 1585, 1616, 1624, 1631

1651 Ashforth, A., Ethnic violence and prospects for democracy in the aftermath of the 2007 Kenyan elections. Popular culture 2009 21 1 9-19

1652 Barkan, J.D., Matiang, F., 2009 Kenya's tortuous path to successful legislative development, in Barkan, J.D. (ed.), Legislative power in emerging African democracies, pp. 32-72. (Item No. 772)

1653 Berman, B.J., Patrons, clients and constitutions: ethnic politics and political reform in Kenya. Canadian journal of African studies 2009 43 3 462-506

1654 Diepeveen, S., 'The Kenyas we don't want': popular thought over constitutional review in Kenya, 2002. Journal of modern African studies 2010 48 2 231-58

1655 Fredericksen, B.F., Mungiki, vernacular organization and political society in Kenya. Development and change 2010 41 6 1065-89

1656 Kaburu, F., Kenya: tramonti di un sogno o genesi di una democrazia? Delusione e speranze dopo le elezioni, del diciembre 2007. Africa (Istituto Italo-Africano) 2009 64 1/2 120-38

1657 Njogu, K., Healing the wound: personal narratives about the 2007 post-election violence in Kenya. Nairobi Twaweza Communications 2009 318 pp.

1658 Ochara, N.M., Assessing irreversibility of an e-government project in Kenya. 2010 27 1 89-97

1659 Ojwang, D., Kenyan intellectuals and the political realm: responsibilities and complexities. Africa insight 2009 39 1

1660 Rasmussen, J., Outwitting the professor of politics? Mungiki narratives of political deception and their role in Kenyan politics. Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 3 435-49

1661 Simatei, P., Kalenjin popular music and the contestation of national space in Kenya. Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 3 425-34

1662 Simiyu, R., Politics of residency, friends and neighbors effect, and voting patterns in Kwanza constituency, Kenya 1988-2000. African geographical review 2010 29 37-62

1663 Snow, S., Unhindered by the rule of law: ethnic terrorism and the 2007 presidential election. South African journal of international affairs 2009 16 1 115-27

1664 Thompson, M.W., Parties, presidents and state consolidation: cross-nation evidence with illustrations from Kenya. African and Asian studies 2009 8 4 345-74

1665 Wrong, M., It's our turn to eat: the story of a Kenyan whistle blower. London Fourth Estate 2009 354 pp.

Religion

1666 Hoehler-Fatton, C., 2010 Possessing spirits, powerful water and possible continuities: examples of Christian and Islamic fervour in western Kenya prior to the East African revival, in Ward, K. and Wild-Wood, E. (eds), The East African revival, pp. 113-37. (Item No. 1458)

Religion--Christianity

See also: 1513, 1621

1667 Gatu, J.G., 2010 Jesus Christ the "truthful mirror": my finding Jesus Christ in the ministry of the East African Revival Movement, in Ward, K. and Wild-Wood, E. (eds), The East African revival, pp. 47-59. (Item No. 1458)

1668 Kamaara, E., Towards Christian identity in Africa: a historical perspective to the challenge of ethnicity to the church in Kenya. Studies in world Christianity 2010 16 2 126-44

1669 Kilonzo, S.M., Chitando, E., Paul Gifford's Christianity, Politics and Public Life in Kenya: a critical appreciation. Swedish missiological themes 2010 98 1 99-118

1670 Lamont, M., Lip-synch gospel: Christian music and the ethnopoetics of identity in Kenya. Africa 2010 80 3 473-96

1671 Mombo, E., 2010 The Testimony of three revival "sisters" on being second wives, in Ward, K. and Wild-Wood, E. (eds), The East African revival, pp. 232-48. (Item No. 1458)

1672 Mtanga, N., Discipling nations: a Kenyan's perspective. Evangelical missions quarterly 2010 46 2 206-12

1673 Musundi, N., 2007 Caring for victims in Kenya, in Miller, D.E. and others (eds), Seeking peace in Africa, pp. 142-7. (Item No. 851)

1674 Yates, T., Stepping stones to Uhuru, Cecil Bewes, CMS, Mau Mau and the Fairn Commission 1952-1959. Swedish missiological themes 2009 97 4 541-55

Religion--Islam

1675 Edwin, G.A., 2009 Globalization and the assertive Ummah: the case of Islam in Kenya, in Mazrui, A.A. and others, Africa's Islamic experience, pp. 165-85. (Item No. 868)

1676 Mraya, M.S., The Reform idea of Shaykh 'Abdallah Salihal-Farsi and the transformation of marital practices among Digo Muslims of Kenya. Islamic law and society 2010 17 2 245-78

Rural Economy

1677 Nzuma, J.M., Sarkar, R., An error corrected: almost ideal demand system for major cereals in Kenya. Agricultural economics 2010 41 1 43-50

Science and Technology

See also: 1486

Sociology

1678 Clark, S., Kabiru, C., Mathur, R., Relationship transition among youth in urban Kenya. Journal of intervention and statebuilding 2010 72 1 73-88

1679 Horn, R., Experiencing the impact of displacement and encampment on domestic violence in Kakuma refugee camp. Journal of refugee studies 2010 23 3 356-73

1680 Jaoko, J., Correlates of wife abuse in the Maseno and Nairobi areas of Kenya. International social work 2010 53 1 9-18

1681 Luongo, K., 2010 Domestic dramas and occult acts: witchcraft and violence in the areas of the intimate, in Burrill, E.S., Roberts, R.L. and Thornberry, E. (eds), Domestic violence and the law in colonial and postcolonial Africa, pp.179-200. (Item No. 662)

1682 Xu, H., Luke, N., Zulu, E. M., Concurrent sexual partnerships among youth in urban Kenya: prevalence and partnership effects. Population studies 2010 64 3 247-61

Sport

See also: 1642

Urban Studies

1683 Karanja, T., An Enumeration and mapping of informal settlements in Kisimu, Kenya implemented by their inhabitants. Environment and history 2010 22 1 217-39

1684 Kithia, J., Dowling, R., An Integrated city-level planning process to address the impacts of climate change in Kenya: the case of Mombasa. Cities 2010 27 6 466-75

1685 Koti, F.T., Confronting sociospatial exclusion on the fringe of Africa's cities using participatory GIS: lessons from Athi River Town, Kenya. Africa today 2010 56 3 63-82

1686 Muniafu, M., Otiato, E., Solid waste management in Nairobi, Kenya: a case for emerging economies. Journal of language, technology & entrepreneurship in Africa 2010 2 1 342-50

Rwanda

General

1687 Banerji, A., Rwanda and the Commonwealth Round table 2010 99 410 485-90

1688 Check, N.A., Myth and memory: the construction and deconstruction of ethnic ideology in post-colonial Rwanda. Africa insight 2008 37 4 248-56

1689 Hirsch, H., The Security Council debates Rwanda: an insider's account. Genocide studies and prevention 2010 5 2 191

1690 Melvern, L., The Order of genocide: the dynamics of genocide in Rwanda. Genocide studies and prevention 2007 2 3 259-64

1691 Rurangwa, R., Genocide: my stolen Rwanda. London Reportage Press 2009 164 pp.

1692 Waldorf, L., The Contingent genocide. Genocide studies and prevention 2007 2 3 271-4

Archaeology

1693 Giblin, J., Clement, A., Humphris, J., A Urewe burial in Rwanda: exchange, health, wealth and violence c.AD 400. Azania 2010 45 3 276-97

1694 Kohtamaki, M., An ethnoarchaeological study of Twa potters in southern Rwanda. Azania 2010 45 3 298-320

Arts

1695 Cieplak, P.A., Alternative African cinemas: a case study of Rwanda. Journal of African media studies 2010 2 1 73-90

1696 Cieplak, P.A., The Rwanda genocide and the bestiality of representation in i00 Days (2001) and Shooting Dogs (2005), Journal of African cinemas 2010 2 1 49-64

1697 Thomson, S., Getting close to Rwandans since the genocide: studying everyday life in highly politicized research settings. African studies review 2010 53 3 19-34

Biography

1698 Newbury, D., Reyntjens, F., Alison Des Forges et Rwanda: from engaged scholarship to informed activism. Canadian journal of African studies 2010 44 1 142-77

1699 Vidal, C., Alison Des Forges: parcours de chercheurs au Rwanda. Cahiers dYtudes africaines 2010 50 197 309-17

Current Affairs

1700 Clark, J.N., National unity and reconciliation in Rwanda: a flawed approach? Journal of contemporary African studies 2010 28 2 137-54

1701 Clark, P., Kaufman, Z. (eds), After genocide: transitional justice, post-conflict reconstruction and reconciliation in Rwanda and beyond. London Hurst 2008 399 pp.

1702 Gready, P., 'You're either with us or against us': civil society and policy making in post-genocide Rwanda. African affairs 2010 109 437 637-57

Economics

1703 Gatsinzi, J., Donaldson, R., Investment challenges in the hotel industry in Kigali, Rwanda: hotel managers' perspectives. Development southern Africa 2010 27 2 225-40

1704 Spenceley, A., Benefits to the poor from gorilla tourism in Rwanda. Development southern Africa 2010 27 5 647-62

Economics--Development

See also: 1471

1705 Ansoms, A., A Quantitative analysis of poverty and livelihood profiles: the case of rural Rwanda. Food policy 2010 35 6 584-98

1706 Ansoms, A., Views from below on the pro-poor growth challenge: the case of rural Rwanda. African studies review 2010 53 2 97-123

1707 Schimmel, N., Failed aid: how development agencies are neglecting and marginalising Rwandan genocide survivors. Development in practice 2010 20 3 407-13

Education

1708 Karangwa, E., Miles, S., Lewis, I., Community-level responses to disability and education in Rwanda. International journal of disability, development and education 2010 57 3 367-78

Gender

1709 Adler, R.N., Loyle, C.E., Globerman, J., Inter-ethnic marriages, the survival of women and the logic of genocide in Rwanda. Genocide studies and prevention 2007 2 3 235-48

1710 Daley, E., Ahead of the game: land reform in Rwanda and the process of securing women's land rights. Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 1 131-52

1711 Fujii, L.A., Ordinariness and orders: explaining popular participation in the Rwandan genocide. Genocide studies and prevention 2007 2 3 267-9

1712 Totten, S., A Calamity in the neighbourhood: women's participation in the Rwanda genocide. Genocide studies and prevention 2007 2 3 209-33

History

1713 Vervust, P., At the crossroads of identity and power: contested discourses of ethnicity and gender in early colonial Rwanda. Afrika zamani 2005-06 13-14 68-72

History, C20th

1714 De Walque, P., The Demographic and socio-economic distribution of excess mortality during the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. Journal of African economies 2010 19 2 141-62

1715 de Zavos, A., International humanitarian law and intervention--Rwanda 1994. Genocide studies and prevention 2007 2 2 137-54

International Relations

1716 Chakravarty, A., The UK government and the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. Genocide studies and prevention 2007 2 3 249-57

1717 Hayman, R., Abandoned orphan, wayward child: the United Kingdom and Belgium in Rwanda since 1994. Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 2 341-60

Law

1718 Megwalu, A., Loizides, N., Dilemmas of justice and reconciliation: Rwanda and the Gacaca courts. African journal of international and comparative law 2010 18 1 1-23

Literature

1719 Korpf, M., Ethik und Asthetik in der Literatur: zum Genozid in Rwanda. Stichproben 2010 10 18 91-113

Media

1720 Dauge-Roth, A., The Pertinence of impertinent storytelling in Gilbert Ndahayo's documentary Rwanda: Beyond the deadly pit. Contemporary French and Francophone studies 2010 14 5 455-60

Medicine and Health

See also: 1708

1721 Johnson, F.A., Padmadas, S.S., Smith, P.W.F., Orphanhood and vulnerability: a conduit to poor child health outcomes in Rwanda. AIDS care 2010 22 3 314-23

Medicine and Health--HIV/AIDS

1722 Thurmann, T.R., Evaluation of a case management program for HIV clients in Rwanda. AIDS care 2010 22 6 759-65

Politics

See also: 1700, 1701, 1702

1723 Beswick, D., Managing dissent in a post-genocide environment: the challenge of political space in Rwanda. Development and change 2010 41 2 225-51

1724 Ingelaere, B., Peasants, power and ethnicity: a bottom-up perspective on Rwanda's political transition. African affairs 2010 109 435 273-92

1725 Niesen, P., Political party bans in Rwanda 1994-2003: three narratives of justification. Democratization 2010 17 4 709-29

1726 Stroh, A., Electoral rules of the authoritarian game: undemocratic effects of proportional representation in Rwanda. Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 1 1-19

Psychology and Psychiatry

1727 Brouneus, K., The Trauma of truth telling: effects of witnessing in the Rwandan Gacaca Courts on psychological health. Journal of conflict resolution 2010 54 3 408-37

Religion--Christianity

1728 Godfrey, N., 2010 Anglican revivalists and the Rwandan genocide: survivors' narratives of divine intervention, in Ward, K. and Wild-Wood, E. (eds), The East African revival, pp. 249-67. (Item No. 1458)

1729 Nyiramana, C., 2007 Detraumatization in Rwanda, in Miller, D.E. and others (eds), Seeking peace in Africa, pp. 128-30. (Item No. 851)

1730 Nyiramana, C., 2007 Engaging traumatic barriers, in Miller, D.E. and others (eds), Seeking peace in Africa, pp. 172-4. (Item No. 851)

1731 Nyiramana, C., 2007 Genocide in Rwanda, in Miller, D.E. and others (eds), Seeking peace in Africa, pp. 101-2. (Item No. 851)

Social Welfare

1732 Kreitzer, L.M., Jou, M.K., Social work with victims of genocide: the Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) in Rwanda. International social work 2010 53 1 73-86

Sport

1733 Riot, T., Le football Rwanda: un simulacre guerrier dans la creolisation d'une societe. Canadian journal of African studies 2010 44 1 75-109

Tanzania

General

1734 Monson, J., Africa's freedom railway: how a Chinese development project changed lives and livelihoods in Tanzania. Bloomington Indiana University Press 2009 199 pp.

Agriculture

1735 Ngulube, P., Managing agricultural indigenous and exogenous knowledge through information and communication technologies for poverty reduction in Tanzania. Indilinga 2010 8 1 95-113

Anthropology

1736 Bryceson, D.F., Jonsson, J. B., Sherrington, R., Miners' magic: artisanal mining, the albino fetish and murder in Tanzania. Journal of modern African studies 2010 48 3 353-82

1737 Gunderson, F., Sukuma labour songs from western Tanzania: 'We never sleep, we dream of farming'. Leiden, Boston Brill 2010 535 pp.

1738 Keshadkar, A., Marriage as the means to preserve 'Asian-ness': the post-revolutionary experience of the Asians of Zanzibar. Journal of Asian and African studies 2010 45 2 226-40

1739 Shetler, J.B., Historical memory as a foundation for peace: network formation and ethnic identity in North Mara, Tanzania. Journal of peace research 2010 47 5 639-50

1740 Stroeken, K., Moralpower: the magic of witchcraft. New York, Oxford Berghahn 2010 267 pp.

Archaeology

1741 Davies, M.I.J., From platforms to people: rethinking population estimates for the abandoned agricultural settlement at Engaruka, northern Tanzania. Azania 2010 45 2 203-13

1742 Foutch, A.E., Steele, T.E., O'Brien, C.J.O., Faunal analysis from Kibaoni, a late precolonial Pimbwe village in Rukwa Valley, Tanzania: first reconstructions of cultural and environmental histories. Azania 2009 44 2 257-67

Archives

1743 Manyabula, M., Public service reform, accountability and records management: a case study of Tanzania. ESARBICA journal 2009 28

1744 Ndenje-Sichalwe, E., Ngulube, P., Records management and access to information: key to fostering accountability, good governance and protection of human rights in Tanzania. ESARBICA journal 2009 28

Arts

See also: 1814

1745 Englert, B., In need of connection: reflections on youth and the translation of film in Tanzania. Stichproben 2010 10 18 137-59

1746 Fair, L., 'They stole the show': Indian films in coastal Tanzania 1950s-1980s. Journal of African media studies 2010 2 1 91-106

1747 Mhando, M., Kipeja, L., Creative/cultural industries financing in Africa: a Tanzanian film value chain study. Journal of African cinemas 2010 2 1 3-26

1748 Sanga, I., The Practice and politics of hybrid soundscapes in Muziki wa Injili in Dares Salaam. Journal of African cultural studies 2010 22 2 145-56

1749 Sanga, I., Postcolonial cosmopolitan music in Dares Salaam: Dr Remy Ongala and the traveling sounds. African studies review 2010 53 3 61-76

1750 Sanga, I., Sounds of Muziki wa Injili: temporal and spatial aesthetics of contemporary church music in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Saarbrucken Lambert Academic Publishing 2010 231 pp.

Biography

See also: 1803

1751 Chachage, C., Casson, A. (eds), Africa's liberation: the legacy of Nyerere. Cape Town, Oxford Pambazuka Press 2010 216 pp.

Current Affairs

1752 Dill, B., Community-based organisations (CBOs) and norms of participation in Tanzania: working against the grain. African studies review 2010 53 2 23-48

1753 Issa, F.M., Implementing change by continuous learning: the public service reform programs in Tanzania. International journal of public administration 2010 33 10 478-86

1754 Kessy, A.T., McCourt, W., Is decentralization still recentralization? The local government reform programme in Tanzania. International journal of public administration 2010 33 12-13 689-97

1755 Ngowi, H.P., Privatization and 'agentification' of public services delivery in Africa: extent and managerial leadership implications in Tanzania. Africa development 2008 33 4

1756 Sehroeder, R.A., Tanzanite as conflict gem: certifying a secure commodity chain in Tanzania. Geoforum 2010 41 1 56-65

1757 Turner, S., Politics of innocence: Hutu identity, conflict and camp life. New York, Oxford Berghahn 2010 185 pp

Demography

See also: 1796

Economic and Social History

1758 Sabea, H., Codifying Manamba: history, knowledge production and sisal plantation workers in Tanzania. Journal of historical sociology 2010 23 1 144-70

Economics

See also: 1756, 1810

1759 Bengtsson, N., How responsive is body weight to transitory income changes? Evidence from rural Tanzania? Journal of development economics 2010 92 53-61

1760 Carlstedt, J., Private rental in Tanzania--a private matter. Habitat international 2010 34 1 46-52

1761 Darku, A.B., The Gravity model and the test for regional integration effect: the case of Tanzania. Journal of developing areas 2009 43 1 25-44

1762 Kyaruzi, I.S., 2008 Local economic growth in Tanzania: institutions and the service-led growth in an agrarian economy, in Kyaruzi, I.S. (ed.), African businesses and economic growth, pp. 177-89. (Item No. 262)

1763 Kyaruzi, I.S., 2008 The Role of business support institutions in entrepreneurship development and local economy: a case of Tanzanian firms, in Kyaruzi, I.S. (ed.), African businesses and economic growth, pp. 17-56. (Item No. 262)

1764 Leyaro, V., Morrissey, O., Owen, T., Food prices, tax reforms and consumer welfare in Tanzania 1991-2007. International tax and public finance 2010 17 4 430-50

1765 Magigi, W., Drescher, A.W., The Dynamics of land use change and tenure systems in sub-Saharan Africa: learning from Himo community protest, conflict and interest in urban planning practice in Tanzania. 2010 34 2 154-64

1766 Muganda, M., Sahli, M., Smith, K.A., Tourism's contribution to poverty alleviation: a community perspective from Tanzania. Development southern Africa 2010 27 5 629-46

1767 Musonda, F., Adeya, C.N., Abiola, B.O., 2008 Handicraft and furniture clusters in Tanzania, in Zeng, D.Z. (ed.), Knowledge, technology and cluster-based growth in Africa, pp. 77-95. (Item No. 276)

1768 Ngowi, H.P., 2008 Constraints in institutionalizing informal economic activities: the case of Tanzania, in Kyaruzi, I.S. (ed.), African businesses and economic growth, pp. 102-21. (Item No. 262)

1769 Ngowi, H.P., 2008 Foreign direct investments (FDIs) factor in economic growth and development: Tanzania's efforts to reform institutions to attract more FDIs, in Kyaruzi, I.S. (ed.), African businesses and economic growth, pp. 191-213. (Item No. 262)

1770 Sosvele, H., Policy changes related to biofuel development in Tanzania. Africa spectrum 2010 45 1 117-29

Economics--Development

See also: 1753

1771 De Weedt, J., Moving out of poverty in Tanzania: evidence from Kagera. Journal of development studies 2010 46 2 331-49

1772 Dill, B., Public-public partnerships in urban water provision: the case of Dares Salaam. Journal of international development 2010 22 5 611-24

1773 Kurosaki, R., Endogenous movements for water supply works and their relationships to rural development assistance: the case of the Marengo highlands in southern Tanzania. African study monographs 2010 31 1 31-55

1774 Rajani, R., Bridging a thousand miles: development on the ground in the lake zone of Tanzania. Development 2010 53 3 394-401

Education

See also: 1838

1775 Gould, W.T.S., Huber, U.S., Orphanhood, vulnerability and primary school attendance: evidence from a school-based survey in two regions of Tanzania. African population studies 2009 23 2

1776 Loimeier, R., Between social skills and marketable skills: the politics of Islamic education in 20th century Zanzibar. Leiden, Boston Brill 2009 643 pp.

1777 ikumbo, K.A., Content analysis of the status and place of sexuality education in the national school policy and curriculum in Tanzania. Educational research and reviews 2009 4 12 616-25

1778 Mtarhabwa, L., Rao, N., Pre-primary education in Tanzania: observations from urban and rural classrooms. International journal of educational development 2010 30 3 227-35

1779 Mushi, P., History and development of education in Tanzania. Dares Salaam Dar es Salaam University Press 2009 248 pp.

1780 Norman, A.S., Massoi, L., Decentralisation by devolution: reflection on community involvement in planning process in Tanzania. Educational research and reviews 2010 5 6 314-22

1781 Okkolin, M.A., Lehtomaki, E., Bhalulusesa, E., The Successful education sector development in Tanzania--comment on gender balance and inclusive education. Gender and education 2010 22 1 63-71

1782 Renju, J. and others, Scaling up a school-based sexual and reproductive health intervention in rural Tanzania: a process evaluation describing the implementation realities for the teachers. Health education research 2010 25 6 903-16

1783 Sommer, M., Where the education system and women's bodies collide: the social and health impact of girls' experiences of menstruation and schooling in Tanzania. Journal of adolescence 2010 33 4 521-9

1784 Valvus, F., The Cultural politics of constructivist pedagogies: teacher education in the United Republic of Tanzania. International journal of educational development 2009 29 3 303-11

1785 Vavrus, F., Seglers, M., Critical discourse analysis in comparative education: a discursive study of "partnership" in Tanzania's poverty reduction strategies. Comparative education review 2010 54 1 77-104

1786 Wedin, A., Classroom interaction: potential or problem? The case of Karagwe. International journal of educational development 2010 30 2 145-50

Education--Higher

1787 Luhanga, M.L., The Courage for change: re-engineering the University of Dar es Salaam. Dares Salaam Dares Salaam University Press 2009 230 pp.

1788 Mwapachu, J.V., Challenges facing African and Tanzanian universities. Development 2010 53 4 486-90

Food

1789 Hunsmann, M., Sida et securite nutritionnelle en Tanzanie: des affinites electives. Politique africaine 2010 119 63-86

1790 Silva, S., Kepe, T., An Examination of 'participation' and 'sustainability' in a food security project among the rural poor in northwestern Tanzania. African and Asian studies 2010 9 1-2 31-54

Gender

See also: 1781, 1783, 1808

1791 Brown, R., Unequal burden: water privatisation and women's human rights in Tanzania. Gender & development 2010 18 1 59-67

1792 Lal, P., Militants, mothers and the national family: Ujaama, gender and rural development in postcolonial Tanzania. Journal of African history 2010 51 1 1-20

1793 Njau, B. and others, Gender differences in intention to remain a virgin until marriage among school pupils in rural northern Tanzania. African journal of AIDS research 2009 8 2

1794 Swai, E.V., Beyond women's empowerment in Africa: exploring dislocation and agency. New York Palgave Macmillan 2010 208 pp.

Geography

1795 Westerberg, L.O. and others, The Development of the ancient irrigation system at Enguruka, northern Tanzania: physical and societal factors. Geographical journal 2010 176 4 304-18

History

1796 Bendix, D., The colonial fear of 'underpopulation' in German East Africa. Global south 2010 6 3 29-41

1797 Glassman, J., 2010 Racial violence, universal history, and echoes of abolition in twentieth-century Zanzibar, in Peterson, D. (ed.), Abolitionism and imperialism in Britain, Africa and the Atlantic, pp. 175-206. (Item No. 426)

1798 Gonzales, R.M., Societies, religion and history: Central East Tanzanians and the world they created c.200 BCE to 1800 CE New York Columbia University Press 2009 257 pp.

1799 Pears, C., 2010 'He fears the spear, but not the big guns': the Hehe and the Kaiser, in The African wars, pp. 174-89. (Item No. 425)

1800 Wynne-Jones, S., Lines of desire, power and materiality along a Tanzanian caravan route. Journal of world history 2010 23 4 219-37

History, C6-18th

1801 Walshaw, S.C., Converting to rice: urbanization, Islamization and crops on Pemba Island Tanzania AD 700-1500. World archaeology 2010 42 1 137-54

History, C19th

See also: 1862

1802 Vander biesen, I., Social and intercultural relations in nineteenth century Zanzibar: dressed identity. African and Asian studies 2009 8 3 309-31

History, C20th

1803 Baker, C., Exit from empire: a biography of Sir Richard Turnbull. Cardiff Mpemba Books 2010 507 pp.

1804 Bjerk, P.K., Sovereignty and socialism in Tanzania: the historiography of an African state. History in Africa 2010 37 275-319

1805 Fouere, M-A., Sortie de clandestinite des annees sombres a Zanzibar (1964-1975). Cahiers d'etudes africaines 2010 50 197 95-121

1806 Giblin, J., Monson, J. (eds), Maji Maji: lifting the fog of war. Leiden Brill 2010 325 pp.

1807 Stockreiter, E.E., "British kadhis" and "Muslim judges": modernisation, inconsistencies and accommodation in Zanzibar's colonial judiciary. Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 3 560-76

1808 Stockreiter, E.E., 2010 Child marriage and domestic violence: Islamic and colonial discourses on gender relations and female status in Zanzibar, in Burrill, E.S., Roberts, R.L. and Thornberry, E. (eds), Domestic violence and the law in colonial and postcolonial Africa, pp.138-58. (Item No. 662)

Human Rights

See also: 1744

1809 Wambali, M., The Practice on the right to freedom of political participation in Tanzania. African human rights law journal 2009 9 1 203-23

Information and Communications Technology

See also: 1735

1810 Kyaruzi, I.S., Pilli, C.B.R., ICT, institutions and entrepreneurial marketing development: a catalyst for SME growth in Tanzania, in Kyaruzi, I. S. (ed.), African businesses and economic growth, pp. 245-67. (Item No. 262)

International Relations

1811 Pallotti, A., Post-colonial nationbuilding and southern African liberation: Tanzania and the break of diplomatic relations with the UK, 1965-68. African historical review 2009 41 2 60-84

Languages and Linguistics

1812 Mous, M., Qorro, M., The Syntactic function of a scope marking suffix in Iraqw. Journal of African languages and linguistics 2010 31 1 47-78

1813 Swilla, I., Signs of language shift in Chindali and the impact of Swahili. Language matters 2008 39 2 230-41

1814 Thompson, K.D., "I am Maasai": interpreting ethnic parody in Bongo Flava. Language in society 2010 39 4 493-510

1815 Yoneda, N., "Swahilization" of ethnic languages in Tanzania: the case of Matengo. African study monographs 2010 31 3 139-48

Law

1816 Chipeta, B.D, Administrative law in Tanzania: a digest of cases. Dares Salaam Mkuki na Nyota Publishers 2009 235 pp.

Literature

1817 Jacobs, J.U., Trading places in Abdulrazak Gurnah's Paradise. English studies in Africa 2009 52 2 77-88

1818 Masterton, J., Travel and/as travail: diasporic disloctions in Abdulrazak Gurnah's By the Sea and Kiran Desai's The Inheritance of Loss. Journal of Commonwealth literature 2010 45 3 409-27

Media

1819 Englert, B., Moreto, N.P., Inserting voice: foreign language film translation as a local phenomenon in Tanzania. Journal of African media studies 2010 2 2 225-40

1820 Hirji, K., Cheche: reminiscences of a radical magazine. Dares Salaam Mkuki na Nyota Publishers 2010 231 pp.

Medicine and Health

See also: 1782

1821 Brent, R., A Cost-benefit analysis of a condom social marketing programme in Tanzania. Applied economics 2009 41 4 497-509

1822 Dongas, S. and others, Building multi-layered resilience in a malaria control programme in Dares Salaam, Tanzania. Progress in development studies 2010 10 4 309-24

1823 Ishengoma, D.R.S., The Performance of health laboratories and quality of malaria diagnosis in six districts in Tanzania. Annals of tropical medicine and parasitology 2010 104 2 125-35

1824 Ishengoma, D.R.S. and others, Health laboratories in the Tanga region of Tanzania: the quality of diagnostic services for malaria and other communicable diseases. Annals of tropical medicine and parasitology 2009 103 5 44153

1825 Kamat, V.R, Dying under the bird's shadow: narrative representations of Degedege and child survival among the Zarama of Tanzania. Medical anthropology quarterly 2008 22 1 67-93

1826 Knols, B.G.J., Farenhorst, M., The Suitability of clay plots for indoor sampling of mosquitoes in an arid area in Northern Tanzania: a word of caution. Acta tropica 2010 112 1 88-9

1827 Langwik, S., From nonaligned medicines to market-based herbals: China's relations to the shifting politics of traditional medicine in Tanzania. Medical anthropology 2010 29 1 15-43

1828 Mboera, L.E.G., Knowledge, perceptions and practices of farming communities on linkages between malaria and agriculture in Mvomero District, Tanzania. Acta tropica 2010 113 3 139-44

1829 Obrist, B., Mayauma, I., Kessy, F., Livelihood, malaria and resilience: a case study in the Kilombera. Progress in development studies 2010 10 4 325-43

1830 Schoanman, L., Swai, E.S., Risk factors associated with the sero prevalence of leptospirosis amongst at risk groups in and around Tanga City, Tanzania. Annals of tropical medicine and parasitology 2009 103 8 711-18

1831 Stothard, J.R. and others, An evaluation of urine-CCA strip test and fingerprick blood SEA-ELISA for detection of urinary schistosomiasis in school children in Zanzibar Acta tropica 2009 111 1 64-70

1832 van den Bijllaardt, W. and others, The suitability of clay pots for indoor sampling of mosquitoes in an arid area in northern Tanzania. Acta tropica 2009 111 2 197-9

1833 Walls, A., Dukay, V., Mellins, C., Power and empowerment fostering effective collaboration in meeting the needs of orphan and vulnerable children. Global public health 2010 5 5 509-22

1834 Yates, V.M., Management of snakebites by the staff of a rural clinic: the impact of providing free antivenom in a nurse-led clinic in Meserani, Tanzania. Annals of tropical medicine and parasitology 2010 104 5 439-48

Medicine and Health--HIV/AIDS

See also: 1789

1835 Bastien, S., Leshabari, M.T., Klepp, K.T., Exposure to information and communication about HIV/AIDS and perceived credibility of information sources among young people in northern Tanzania. African journal of AIDS research 2009 8 2

1836 Baumgartner, J.N., "Being faithful" in a sexual relationship: perceptions of Tanzanian adolescents in the context of HIV and pregnancy prevention. AIDS care 2010 22 9 1153-8

1837 Beckmann, N., Bujra, J., The 'Politics of the queue': the politicization of people living with HIV/AIDS in Tanzania. Development and change 2010 41 6 1041-64

1838 Brent, R., A cost-benefit analysis of female primary education as a means of reducing HIV/AIDS in Tanzania. Applied economics 2009 41 14 1731-43

1839 Elemu, D. and others, 2008 Tanzania, in Chirambo, K. (ed.), The Political cost of AIDS in Africa, pp. 261-330. (Item No. 751)

1840 Kessy, F., Malya, E., Mashindano, O., 2008 Tanzania, in Chirambo, K. (ed.), The Political cost of AIDS in Africa, pp. 213-60. (Item No. 751)

1841 Locldaart, C., The Life and death of a street boy in East Africa: everyday violence in time of AIDS. Medical anthropology quarterly 2008 22 1 94-111

1842 Maroon, S. and others, Intimate partner violence and the association with HIV risk behaviors among young men in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Journal of interpersonal violence 2010 25 10 1855-72

1843 Marwick, K.F.M., Kaaya, S. F., Prevalence of depression and anxiety disorders in HIV-positive outpatients in rural Tanzania. AIDS care 2010 22 4 415-19

1844 Plummer, M.L. and others, A qualitative study of participant adherence in a randomized controlled trial of herpes suppressive therapy for HIV prevention in Tanzania. AIDS care 2010 22 4 499-508

1845 Range, N.S. and others, Body composition of HIV-positive patients with tuberculosis: a cross-sectional study in Mwanza, Tanzania. Annals of tropical medicine and parasitology 2010 104 1 81-90

1846 Saksena, P. and others, Patient costs for paediatric hospital admission in Tanzania: a neglected burden? Health policy and planning 2010 25 4 328-33

1847 Terry, P.E., Private sector response to HIV/AIDS in Tanzania. International quarterly of community health education 200809 29 4 335-49

1848 Theuring, S., Partner investment in perinatal care and PMTCT service in Mbeya Region, Tanzania, the providers' perspective. AIDS care 2010 30 4 1562-8

1849 Watt, M.H., Factors associated with self-reported adherence to antiretroviral therapy in a Tanzanian setting. AIDS care 2010 22 3 381-9

Politics

See also: 1752, 1754, 1755, 1809, 1839, 1840, 1854

1850 Havnevik, K., Isinika, A.C. (eds), Tanzania in transition: from Nyerere to Mkapa. Dares Salaam Mkuki na Nyota Publishers 2010 306 pp.

1851 Killan, B., Do elections matter in Zanzibar? Journal of African elections 2009 8 2 74-87

1852 Mallya, E.T., Civil society organisations, incompetent citizens: the state and popular participation in Tanzania. Journal of African elections 2009 8 2 102-22

1853 Ostberg, W., Slegers, M.F.W., Losing faith in the land: changing environmental perceptions in Burunge country, Tanzania. Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 2 247-65

Religion

1854 Mallya, E.T., 2010 Faith-based organizations: the state and politics in Tanzania, in Bompani, B. and Frahm-Arp, M. (eds), Development and politics from below, pp. 131-51. (Item No. 822)

Religion--African Traditional

See also: 1857

Religion--Christianity

See also: 1750

1855 Hasu, P., Rescuing zombies from the hands of witches: Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity and spiritual warfare in the plural religious setting of coastal Tanzania. Swedish missiological themes 2009 97 3 417-44O

1856 Lindhardt, M., 'If you are saved you cannot forget your parents': agency, power and social repositioning in Tanzanian born-again Christianity. Journal of religion in Africa 2010 40 3 240-72

1857 Mattalucci, C., Traduire les noms de dieu: les missionnaires d'Afrique face a la religion haya (Tanzania). Archives de sciences sociales des religions 2009 147 105-25

1858 Mbaya, H., Yohanna Abdallah--an African missionary to the Yao in the Anglican Diocese of Nyasaland, Nyasaland (Malawi), 1894-1924. Journal of theology for southern Africa 2010 137 61-87

1859 McKelvey, E., Shelter and welcome: the story of John Briggs and Mvumi to 1938. [s.l.] JoanRose 2008 165 pp.

Religion--Islam

See also: 1776

1860 Fuji, C., Ritual activities of Tariqas in Zanzibar. African study monographs 2010 Suppl. 41 91-100

Rural Economy

See also: 1792

Social Welfare

1861 Ackson, T., Extension of social security coverage to the rural population in Tanzania: lessons from India and Iran. Journal of African and international law 2009 2 1 51-70

Sport

1862 Germany and eastern Africa: gymnastics in Germany in the nineteenth century and the diffusion of German gymnastics into German East Africa. International journal of the history of sport 2010 27 5 820-44

1863 Modern sport in independent Tanzania: agents and agencies of cultural diffusion and the use of adapted sport in the process of modernization. International journal of the history of sport 2010 27 5 937-59

1864 Western influences on sport in Tanzania: British middle-class educationalists, missionaries and the diffusion of adapted athleticism. International journal of the history of sport 2010 27 5 905-26

1865 Ndee, H.S., Prologue: sport, culture and society in Tanzania from an African perspective. International journal of the history of sport 2010 27 5 733-58

Urban Studies

See also: 1765

1866 Myers, G.A., Social construction of peri-urban places and alternative planning in Zanzibar. African affairs 2010 109 437 575-95

1867 Owens, G.R, Post-colonial migration: virtual culture, urban farming and new peri-urban growth in Dares Salaam, Tanzania, 1975-2000. Africa 2010 80 2 249-74

1868 Smiley, S.L., Exclusionary space in Dar es Salaam: fear and difference in expatriate communities. Africa today 2010 56 3 25-40

1869 Smiley, S.L., Expatriate everyday life in Dares Salaam, Tanzania: colonial origins and contemporary legacies. Social and cultural geography 2010 11 4 327-42

Uganda

General

1870 Perrot, S., "Who's the bull in the kraal?" guerre et memoires et guerres de memoire dans l'est de l'Ouganda. Cahiers d'etudes africaines 2010 50 197 153-79

Agriculture

See also: 1898

1871 Hall, A., Clark, N., What do complex adaptive systems look like and what are the implications for innovation policy? Journal of international development 2010 22 3 308-24

1872 Hill, R.V, Liberalisation and producer price risk: examining subjective expectations in the Ugandan coffee market. Journal of African economies 2010 19 4 433-58

1873 Horton, B., Developing capacity for agricultural market chain innovation: experience with the 'PMCA' in Uganda. Journal of international development 2010 22 3 367-89

Anthropology

See also: 1870

1874 Allen, T., 2010 Bitter roots: the 'invention' of Acholi traditional justice, in Allen, T. and Vlassenroot, K. (eds), The Lord's Resistance Army: myth and reality, pp. 242-61. (Item No. 1884)

1875 Beuving, J.J., Playing pool along the shores of Lake Victoria: fishermen, careers and capital accumulation in the Ugandan Nile perch business. Africa 2010 80 2 224-48

1876 Kodesh, N., Beyond the royal gaze: clanship and public healing in Buganda. Charlottesville NC University of Virginia Press 2010 264 pp.

1877 Mirzeler, M., Sorghum as a gift of self: the Jie harvest ritual through time. History in Africa 2009 36 387-415

1878 Titeca, K., de Herdt, T., Regulation, cross-border trade and practical norms in West Nile, north-western Uganda. Africa 2010 80 4 573-94

1879 Vokes, R., Ghosts of Kanungu: fertility, secrecy and exchange in the Great Lakes of Africa. Woodbridge James Currey 2009 240 pp.

Archives

1880 Okello-Obura, C., Positioning of records and archives education in Uganda: an analysis of the trend. ESARBICA journal 2009 28

Arts

See also: 1913

1881 Kasule, S., 'Don't talk into my talk': oral narratives, cultural identity & popular performance in colonial Uganda, in Hutchison, Y. (ed.), African theatre 9: histories 1850-1950, pp. 72-89. (Item No. 122)

1882 Kubik, G., 2010 Composition techniques in Kiganda xylophone music. With an introduction to some Kiganda musical concepts, in Theory of African music. Vol. 1, pp. 249-327. (Item No. 129)

1883 Kubik, G., 2010 Xylophone playing in southern Uganda, in Theory of African music. Vol. 1, pp. 47-85. (Item No. 129)

Current Affairs

See also: 1942, 1946, 1993

1884 Allen, T., Vlassenroot, K. (eds), The Lord's Resistance Army: myth and reality. London, New York Zed Books 2010 356 pp.

1885 Allen, T. and others, 2010 Postscript: a kind of peace and an exported war, in Allen, T. and Vlassenroot, K. (eds), The Lord's Resistance Army: myth and reality, pp. 279-88. (Item No. 1884)

1886 Atkinson, R.R., 2010 'The realists in Juba?' An analysis of the Juba peace talks, in Allen, T. and Vlassenroot, K. (eds), The Lord's Resistance Army: myth and reality, pp. 205-22. (Item No. 1884)

1887 Baines, E., Harris, N., McCleery, K., 'Death is painful so it is better to be holding a gun: the socio-ecologically situated dis/ rearmament decisions of formerly abducted persons in northern Uganda. Conflict, security and development 2010 10 5 325-45

1888 Barnes, E., Spirits and social reconstruction after mass violence: rethinking transitional justice. African affairs 2010 109 436 409-30

1889 Clark, J.N., The ICC, Uganda and the LRA: re-framing the debate. African studies 2010 69 1 141-60

1890 Hoenig, P., The Dilemma of peace and justice in northern Uganda. East African journal of peace and human rights 2008 14 2 333-49

1891 Kisekka-Ntale, F., African states' response to domestic and global pressures: institutional and ideological dilemmas in Uganda. East African journal of peace and human rights 2008 14 2 369-98

1892 Maina, G., Human securitised reintegration of formerly abducted children in northern Uganda. African security review 2009 18 4 115-22

1893 Simons, S., Verkoren, W., Junne, G., 2010 NGO involvement in the Juba peace talks: the role and dilemmas of IKV Pax Christi, in Allen, T. and Vlassenroot, K. (eds), The Lord's Resistance Army: myth and reality, pp. 223-41. (Item No. 1884)

1894 Soto, C.R., Tall grass, stories of suffering and peace in northern Uganda. Kampala Fountain 2009 276 pp.

Economics

See also: 1878, 1936

1895 Byekwaso, N., Poverty in Uganda. Review of African political economy 2010 37 126 517-25

1896 Sandbrook, C.G., Putting leakage in its place: the significance of retained tourism revenue in the local context in rural Uganda. Journal of international development 2010 22 1 124-36

Economics--Development

1897 Bird, K., Higgins, K., McKay, A., Conflict, education and the intergenerational transmission of poverty in northern Uganda. Journal of international development 2010 22 8 1183-96

1898 James, P.A.S., Using farmers' preferences to assess development policy: a case study of Uganda. Development policy review 2010 28 3 359-78

1899 Knaute, D., Kagan, S. (eds), Sustainability in Karamoja? Rethinking the terms of global sustainability in a crisis region of Africa? Koln Rudiger Koppe Verlag 2009 526 pp.

1900 Lakwo, A., Poverty eradication dilemma: understanding poverty dynamics in Nebbi District, Uganda. Africa development 2008 33 2 117-40

1901 Muhumuza, W., Pitfalls of decentralization reforms in transitional societies: the case of Uganda. Africa development 2008 33 4 59-81

1902 Muriisa, R.K., Decentralisation in Uganda: prospects for improved service delivery. Africa development 2008 33 4 83-95

1903 Steiner, S., How important is the capacity of local governments for improvements in welfare? Evidence from decentralised Uganda. Journal of development studies 2010 46 4 644-61

1904 Wiegratz, J., Fake capitalism? The dynamics of neoliberal moral restructuring and pseudodevelopment: the case of Uganda. Review of African political economy 2010 37 124 123-37

Education

See also: 1897

1905 Altinyelken, H.K., Curriculum change in Uganda: teacher perspectives on the new thematic curriculum. International journal of educational development 2010 30 2 151-61

1906 Altinyelken, H.K., Pedagogical renewal in sub-Saharan Africa: the case of Uganda. Comparative education 2010 46 2 151-71

1907 Bauer, M., Chytilova, J., The Impact of education on subjective discount rate in Ugandan villages. Economic development and cultural change 2010 58 4 643-69

1908 Chapman, D.W., Burton, L., Werner, J., Universal secondary education in Uganda: the head teacher's dilemma. International journal of educational development 2010 30 1 77-82

1909 DeJaeglere, J.G., Williams, R., Kyeyune, R., Ugandan secondary school headteachers' efficacy: what kind of training for whom? International journal of educational development 2009 29 3 312-20

1910 Hanson, H.E., Indigenous adaptation: Uganda's village schools, ca 1880-1937. Comparative education review 2010 54 2 155-74

1911 Kasirye, I., Hisal, E., The Socioeconomic impact of HIV/ AIDS on education outcomes in Uganda: school enrolment and the schooling gap in 2002/2003. International journal of educational development 2010 30 1 12-22

1912 O'Sullivan, M.C., Educating the teacher educator--a Ugandan case study. International journal of educational development 2010 30 4 377-87

1913 Wagah, M.O., Indoshi, F.C., Agak, J.O., Attitudes of teachers and students towards art and design curriculum: implications for vocational education in Kenya. Educational research and reviews 2009 4 10 448-56

Education--Higher

1914 Baine, E.M.M., Privatisation of higher education in Uganda and the global gender justice ideal: uneasy bedfellows? Educational review 2010 62 3 315-28

1915 Sebudde, S., Nangendo, F., Voluntary counseling and testing services: breaking resistance to access and utilization among the youths in Rakai district of Kenya. Educational research and reviews 2009 4 10 490-97

Environment

1916 Hartter, J., Ryan, S.J., Topdown or bottom-up? Decentralization, natural resource management and usufruct rights in the forests and wetlands of western Uganda. Land use policy 2010 27 3 815-26

1917 Ikoja-Odongo, R.R., A Framework for developing a knowledge base for indigenous ecological knowledge in Uganda. ESARBICA journal 2009 28

1918 Mbabazi, J., Wasswa. J., Contamination by heavy metals in silver fish (Rastreneobak argentea) caught from Lakes Kyogoa and Victoria, Uganda. International journal of environmental studies 2010 67 4 543-56

1919 Mbabazi, J. and others, Heavy metal contamination in vegetables cultivated as a major urban wetland inlet drainage system of Lake Victoria, Uganda. International journal of environmental studies 2010 67 3 333-48

1920 Mbabazi, J. and others, Speciation of heavy metals in water from the Uganda side of Lake Victoria. International journal of environmental studies 2010 67 1 9-15

1921 Olupot, W., A Variable edge effect on trees of Bwindi Inpenetrable National Park, Uganda and its bearing on measurement parameters. Biological conservation 2009 142 4 789-97

1922 Orlove, B. and others, Indigenous climate knowledge in southern Uganda: the multiple components of a dynamic regional system. Climatic change 2010 100 2 243-65

Finance

1923 Mpuga, P., Constraints in access to and demand for rural credit: evidence from Uganda. African development review 2010 22 1 115-48

Fisheries

See also: 1875

Gay and Lesbian Studies

See also: 1935

Gender

See also: 1914, 1941, 1966 1924 Nabacwa, M.S., Relations between gender-focused NGOs, advocacy work and government: a Ugandan case study. Development in practice 2010 20 3 395-406

1925 Nabuteera-Musoke, H., Transitional justice and gender in Uganda: making peace, failing women during the peace negotiation process. African journal on conflict resolution 2009 9 2 121-9

Geography

1926 Bamuuze, Y., Terrain and land use influence on patterns of soil properties in a microcatchment on Mt Elgon, Uganda. African geographical review 2010 29 2 67-91

History

1927 Green, E., Ethnicity and nationhood in precolonial Africa: the case of Buganda. Nationalism and ethnic politics 2010 16 1 1-21

1928 Robertshaw, P., Beyond the segmentary state: creative and instrumental power in western Uganda. Journal of world history 2010 23 4 255-69

1929 Vokes, R., Reflections on a complex (and cosmopolitan) archive: postcards and photography in early colonial Uganda c. 1904-1928. History and anthropology 2010 21 4 375-409

History, C19th

1930 Pears, C., 2010 'That most inhuman fiend': Kabarega's twenty-seven-year war! in The African wars, pp. 84-106. (Item No. 425)

History, C20th

See also: 1978

1931 Byerley, A., Mind the gap! Seeking stability beyond the 'tribal' threshold in late-colonial Uganda: the role of urban housing policy, 1945-1960. African studies 2009 68 3 429-64

1932 Dolan, C., Social torture: the case of northern Uganda, 1986-2006. New York Berghahn 2010 338 pp.

1933 Rice, A., The Teeth may smile but the heart does not forget: murder and memory in Uganda. New York Henry Holt 2009 363 pp.

Human Rights

See also: 1891

1934 Clark-Kazak, C.R., The Politics of protection and human rights discourse and power relations in Kyaka II settlement, Uganda. Disasters 2010 34 1 55-70

1935 Tamale, S., A Human rights impact assessment of the antihomosexuality bill. East African journal of peace and human rights 2009 15 2 509-19

Information and Communications Technology

See also: 1948

1936 Okello-Obura, C. and others, Proposed business information system design (BISD) for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in northern Uganda. Libri 2010 59 1

International Economic Relations

1937 Tangvi, R., 2009 International competion, public contracts and foreign business bribery in Africa: the case of Uganda, in Southall, R. and Melber, H. (eds), A New scramble for Africa, pp. 386-403. (Item No. 535)

International Relations

1938 Dunn, K.C., The Lord's Resistance Army and African international relations. African security 2010 3 1 46-63

1939 Frkovieh, J., Limited war and the Ugandan experience: implications for African security. African security 2010 3 3 148-67

Labour

See also: 1976

Languages and Linguistics

1940 Kawachi, K., An Overview of the sociolinguistic situation of Kupsaping, a southern Nilotic language of Uganda. African study monographs 2010 31 3 127-39

Law

See also: 1888, 1958

1941 Asiimwe, F., Statutory law, patriarchy and inheritance: home ownership among widows in Uganda. African sociological review 2009 13 1 124-42

1942 Brubacher, M., 2010 The ICC investigation of the Lord's Resistance Army: an insider view, in Allen, T. and Vlassenroot, K. (eds), The Lord's Resistance Army: myth and reality, pp. 262-77. (Item No. 1884)

1943 Kakungulu-Mayambala, P., Legal representation in Uganda from 1995 to 2005: aiming high and falling short? East African journal of peace and human rights 2009 15 2 487-97

1944 Lunga, Z., Problems in defining counterfeiting: the case of Uganda's 2009 proposed anti-counterfeit law. East African journal of peace and human rights 2009 15 2 498-508

1945 Mugalula, J., A Critical analysis of the law relating to bail in contemporary Uganda. East African journal of peace and human rights 2009 15 2 370-97

1946 Opolot, D.O., The International Criminal Court versus peace agreements: Juba peace talks between the LRA rebels and the government of Uganda. Journal of African and international law 2009 2 1 39-50

1947 Tumwesigye, S., The Annexure to the Juba Peace Agreement on accountability and reconciliation: unanswered legal and enforcement questions. East African journal of peace and human rights 2009 15 2 476-86

Libraries

1948 Byamugisha, H.M., Digitizing library resources for new modes of information use in Uganda. Library management 2010 31 1 42-56

1949 Mulindwa, G.K., Management of national libraries in Africa: a case of Uganda. Library management 2010 31 6 427-39

Literature

1950 "You don't have to be a dead, old English man to be a writer": Monica Arac de Nyeko in conversation with Doreen Strauhs. Journal of Commonwealth literature 2010 45 1 151-7

Media

See also: 1988

1951 Bongyereirwe, H., Healing the wounds of the northern Uganda insurgency. Journal of African media studies 2010 2 2 193-208

1952 Mushengyezi, A., Problematizing a 'fundamentalist' ideology: a close analysis of Atef Hetata's The Closed Doors and Phil Mullaly's 'The Martyrs of Uganda'. Journal of African cinemas 2009 1 2 173-88

Medicine and Health

1953 Akello-Ayebare, G., Healthcare seeking strategies among displaced children in war-ridden northern Uganda: the case of malaria. Annals of tropical medicine and parasitology 2010 104 5 369-76

1954 Chard, S.E., Routes to government TB treatment: private providers, family support and the process of TB treatment seeking among Ugandan women. Medical anthropology quarterly 2009 23 3 257-76

1955 Endfield, G., Through marsh and mountain: tropical acclimatization, health and disease and the CMS mission to Uganda, 1875-1920. Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 1 61-90

1956 Garms, R. and others, The Elimination of the vector Simulium neavei from the Itwara onchocerciasis focus in Uganda by ground larviciding. Acta tropica 2009 111 3 203-10

1957 Towey, R.M., Ojora, S., Practice of intensive care in rural Africa: an assessment of data from northern Uganda. African health sciences 2008 8 1

1958 Twinomugisha, B.K., Taking human life seriously: protection of the right of access to malaria treatment in Uganda. Journal of African and international law 2009 2 1 161-200

Medicine and Health--HIV/AIDS

See also: 1911

1959 Atuyamba, L. and others, The Effects of enhanced access to antiretroviral therapy: a qualitative study of community perceptions in Kampala city, Uganda. African health sciences 2008 8 1 13-19

1960 Becange, S., Determinants of project success among HIV/AIDS nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) in Rakai, Uganda. International journal of health planning and management 2010 25 3 215-30

1961 Foster, S.P., The Experience of "medicine companions" to support adherence to antiretroviral therapy: quantitative and qualitative data from a trial population in Uganda. AIDS care 2010 22 Suppl. 1 35-43

1962 Kahanen, J., 'Balinsalamu embawo?' AIDS and the context of sexual behaviour adjustment in Rakai, Uganda c. 1975-90. Journal of eastern African studies 2010 4 1 20-43

1963 Kairania, R.N. and others, Disclosure of HIV results among discordant couples in Rakai, Uganda: a facilitated couple counselling approach. AIDS care 2010 22 9 1041-51

1964 Kaler, A. and others, "Living by the hoe": in the age of treatment: perceptions of household well-being after antiretroviral treatment among family members of persons with AIDS. AIDS care 2010 22 4 509-19

1965 Kinsman, J., AIDS policy in Uganda: evidence, ideology and the making of an African success story. Basingstoke, New York Palgave Macmillan 2010 239 pp.

1966 Kipp, W. and others, Gender differences in antiretroviral treatment outcomes of HIV patients in rural Uganda. AIDS care 2010 22 3 271-8

1967 Kyakuwa, M., More hands in complex ART delivery? Experiences from the expert clients initiative in rural Uganda. African sociological review 2009 13 1 143-67

1968 Lofgren, J., The Perspectives of in-school youths in Kampala, Uganda on the role of parents in HIV prevention. African journal of AIDS research 2009 8 2

1969 Mbonye, A.K. and others, Barriers to prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV services in Uganda. Journal of biosocial science 2010 42 2 271-83

1970 Mulumba, D., The Capacity of war and HIV/AIDS-affected households to provide livelihood and protection to orphans and vulnerable children in Uganda. East African journal of peace and human rights 2008 14 2 423-39

1971 Obore, F., Birungi, H., The Limited effect of knowing they are HIV positive on the sexual and reproductive experiences and intentions of infected adolescents in Uganda. Population studies 2010 64 1 97-104

1972 Ocama, P. and others, The Spectrum of liver disease in HIV-infected individuals at an HIV treatment clinic in Kampala, Uganda. African health sciences 2008 8 1 8-12

1973 Seeley, J., Russell, S., Social rebirth and social transformation? Rebuilding social lives after ART in rural Uganda. AIDS care 2010 22 Suppl. 1 44-50

1974 Stewart, K., Sewankambo, N., Okukkera Ng'omuzungu (lost in translation): understanding the social value of global health research for HIV/AIDS research participants in Uganda. Global public health 2010 5 2 164-80

Politics

See also: 1884, 1885, 1886, 1889, 1893, 1895, 1947

1975 Barya, J-J., Citizens' socioeconomic rights and Uganda's Poverty eradication Action Plan. East African journal of peace and human rights 2009 15 2 398-440

1976 Barya, J-J., 2010 Trade unions and politics in Uganda, in Beckmann, B., Buhlungu, S. and Sachikonye, L. (eds), Trade unions & party politics, pp. 85-107. (Item No. 775)

1977 Blattman, C., Annan, J., 2010 On the nature and causes of LRA abduction: what the abductees say, in Allen, T. and Vlassenroot, K. (eds), The Lord's Resistance Army: myth and reality, pp. 132-55. (Item No. 1884)

1978 Branch, A., 2010 Exploring the roots of LRA violence: political crisis and ethnic politics in Acholiland, in Allen, T. and Vlassenroot, K. (eds), The Lord's Resistance Army: myth and reality, pp. 24-44. (Item No. 1884)

1979 Finnstrom, S., 2010 An African hell of colonial imagination? The Lord's Resistance Army in Uganda, another story, in Allen, T. and Vlassenroot, K. (eds), The Lord's Resistance Army: myth and reality, pp. 74-90. (Item No. 1884)

1980 Iya, R., 2010 Encountering Kony: a Madi perspective, in Allen, T. and Vlassenroot, K. (eds), The Lord's Resistance Army: myth and reality, pp. 177-84. (Item No. 1884)

1981 Kakumba, U., Local government citizen participation and rural development: reflections on Uganda's decentralization system. International review of administrative sciences 2010 76 1 171-86

1982 Kastir, N., Twebuze, S.H., 2009 The Rise and ebb of Uganda's no-party parliament, in Barkan, J.D. (ed.), Legislative power in emerging African democracies, pp. 73-108. (Item No. 772)

1983 Mergelsberg, B., 2010 Between two worlds: former LRA soldiers in northern Uganda, in Allen, T. and Vlassenroot, K. (eds), The Lord's Resistance Army: myth and reality, pp. 156-76. (Item No. 1884)

1984 Mwenda, A., 2010 Uganda's politics of foreign aid and violent conflict: the political uses of the LRA rebellion, in Allen, T. and Vlassenroot, K. (eds), The Lord's Resistance Army: myth and reality, pp. 45-58. (Item No. 1884)

1985 Perrot, S., 2010 Northern Uganda: a 'forgotten conflict', again? The impact of the internationalization of the resolution process, in Allen, T. and Vlassenroot, K. (eds), The Lord's Resistance Army: myth and reality, pp. 187-204. (Item No. 1884)

1986 Rosenof. L., A Habitus of war and displacement? Bourdieu's 'third way' and youth in northern Uganda after two decades of war. Nokoro 2010 1 http://wwwl.carleton.ca/africanstudies/research/nokoro/volume- 1

1987 Schomerus, M., 2010 'A terrorist is not a person like me': an interview with Joseph Kony, in Allen, T. and Vlassenroot, K. (eds), The Lord's Resistance Army: myth and reality, pp. 113-31. (Item No. 1884)

1988 Schomerus, M., 2010 Chasing the Kony story, in Allen, T. and Vlassenroot, K. (eds), The Lord's Resistance Army: myth and reality, pp. 93-112. (Item No. 1884)

1989 Tangri, R., Mwenda, A.M., President Museveni and the politics of presidential tenure in Uganda. Journal of contemporary African studies 2010 28 1 31-49

1990 Titeca, K., 2010 The Spiritual order of the LRA, in Allen, T. and Vlassenroot, K. (eds), The Lord's Resistance Army: myth and reality, pp. 59-73. (Item No. 1884)

1991 Tripp, A.M., Museveni's Uganda: paradoxes of power in a hybrid regime. Boulder Lynne Rienner 2010 223 pp.

1992 Tumukwasibwe, R., Parliament and the politics of poverty reduction in Uganda: a critical appraisal. International journal of human rights 2010 14 1 51-74

Psychology and Psychiatry

1993 Angucia, M., Zeelen, J., de Jong, G., Researching the reintegration of formerly abducted children in northern Uganda through action research: experiences and reflections. Journal of community and applied social psychology 2010 20 3 217-31

Religion

See also: 1990

1994 Ndyabahika, J., 2009 Islam and Christianity in Uganda: conflict, dialogue and search for partnership, in Mazrui, A.A. and others, Africa's Islamic experience, pp. 47-72. (Item No. 868)

Religion-Christianity

See also: 1952, 1955 1995 Byaruhanga, C., Called by God but ordained by men: the work of the Reverend Florence Spetume Njangali in the Church of the Province of Uganda. Journal of Anglican studies 2010 8 2 219-39

1996 Farrimond, K., 2010 Personal loyalties: revival, church and mission in the lives of early revival leaders in Busoga, in Ward, K. and Wild-Wood, E. (eds), The East African revival, pp. 138-61. (Item No. 1458)

1997 Kasibante, A., 2010 The Challenge of the new Pentecostal churches to the East African Revival: the confluence of the two movements in my life, in Ward, K. and Wild-Wood, E. (eds), The East African Revival, pp. 90-104. (Item No. 1458)

Rural Economy

1998 Yamano, T., Kijima, Y., The Associations of soil fertility and market access with household income: evidence from rural Uganda. Food policy 2010 35 1 51-9

Sociology

1999 Speizer, I.S., Intimate partner violence: attitudes and experience among women and men in Uganda. Journal of interpersonal violence 2010 25 7 1224-41

Sport

2000 Schatzberg, NI.G., Les complexites de la <<democratie>>: la Federation Ougandaise de football en tant que <<polity>>. Politique africaine 2010 118 123-41

Urban Studies

2001 Mukwaya, P.I., Sengendo, H., Lwasa, S., Urban development transitions and their implications for poverty reduction and policy planning in Uganda. Urban forum 2010 21 3 267-81
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