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Reflections on African Cities in Transition

Purshottama Sivanarain Reddy , Henry Wissink

This volume describes African cities in transition, and the economic, socio-political, and environmental challenges resulting from rapid post-colonial urbanization. As the African continent continues to transition from urban configurations inherited from colonial...



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Urban Practices from Delicacy Management to Governance in Contemporary China

Gaohong Chen , Jiannan Wu , Lufa Zhang

This book focuses on the practice and experience of urban delicacy governance in Xuhui District, Shanghai. As we know, urbanization is the inevitable course for agricultural civilization to move towards industrial civilization. Over the past forty years, the...

2020-09-10 |

Springer

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Urban Governance Practices in China



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Transit-Oriented Development

Luca Bertolini , Ren Thomas

This book uses international case studies to present insights on the policies, actors, and institutions that are critical to successful transit-oriented development (TOD). TOD has many potential benefits for cities and regions, and is considered a critical element in...

2020-08-31 |

Palgrave Pivot



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Development NGOs and Languages

Angela M. Crack , Hilary Footitt , Wine Tesseur

This book addresses, for the first time, the question of how development NGOs attempt to 'listen' to communities in linguistically diverse environments. NGOs are under increasing pressure to demonstrate that they 'listen' to the people and communities that they are...

2020-08-12 |

Palgrave Macmillan



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Transitional Justice in Africa

Ruth Murambadoro

This book provides insight on the effect of political violence and transitional justice in Africa focusing on  Zimbabwe and comparing it to Rwanda, Uganda and Mozambique. The case of Zimbabwe is unique since political violence observed in some areas has...



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A Post-Exotic Anthropology of Soqotra, Volume I

Serge D. Elie

This two-volume book offers a panoramic explanatory narrative of Soqotra Island’s rediscovery based on the global significance of its endemic biodiversity.This rediscovery not only engendered Soqotra’s protective environmental supervision by United Nations agencies, but...

2020-06-20 |

Palgrave Macmillan



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Tawang, Monpas and Tibetan Buddhism in Transition

Sourina Bej , Nasima Khatoon , M. Mayilvaganan

This book presents various facets of border life in the strategic eastern sector of the India-China frontier, i.e. the Monpas of Tawang. It addresses the history of the Monpas’ transnational cultural and religious interaction. The respective chapters cover diverse...

2020-06-11 |

Springer



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Preventive Diplomacy, Security, and Human Rights in West Africa

Okon Akiba

This edited volume focuses on the development and conflict prevention mechanism of the Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS. The contributors discuss complex socio-political and economic issues and use a cross disciplinary approach to treat most of the...

2020-06-10 |

Palgrave Macmillan



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Regulating Telecommunications in South Africa

Charley Lewis

This book provides the first full account of the 20-year story of universal access and service in South Africa’s ICT sector. From 1994 the country’s first democratic government set out to redress the deep digital divide afflicting the overwhelming majority of its...



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Political Violence and Oil in Africa

Zainab Ladan Mai-Bornu

The book argues that in order to better understand the undercurrents of the Niger Delta conflict, it is imperative to analyse the dynamics of choice in terms of the distinct courses of action taken by the Ogoni and Ijaw. Given the similar structural constraints, the...

2020-06-08 |

Palgrave Macmillan



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