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The Political Economy of Sugar Production in Colonial Kenya

The Political Economy of Sugar Production in Colonial Kenya Author Godriver Wanga-Odhiambo
ISBN-10 9781498511643
Release 2016-07-29
Pages 306
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This book describes the Asian agency in sugar production in colonial Nyanza and additionally examines the Asian initiative and the development of commercial cane farming in Central Nyanza. It provides a different perspective on the Asian initiative in agriculture by showing how Asians were involved in sugarcane farming and how production of sugar in colonial Nyanza was eventually made possible by Asian capital. This study relies mainly on primary sources, secondary sources, and oral interviews. The archival sources were derived from the Kenya National Archives. The primary materials included annual reports of the Department of Agriculture, District annual reports, Provincial reports, monthly intelligence reports, colonial officials’ correspondence, and correspondence from East Africa India National Congress. Oral interviews were also conducted to verify some information while the secondary sources were used to supplement the sources. This work is unique first due to its extensive use of archival sources, as most of these archival sources have not been used by other scholars in the field. Secondly, it deals with all parts of the sugar production process; it shows the connection to the current sugar situation in Kenya and also provides a framework in which to understand the persistent insufficiency in Kenya’s sugar industry. This work provides an important contribution to Kenyan economic history.



The Spread of Modern Industry to the Periphery since 1871

The Spread of Modern Industry to the Periphery since 1871 Author Kevin Hjortshøj O'Rourke
ISBN-10 9780191068089
Release 2017-03-23
Pages 416
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Ever since the Industrial Revolution of the late-eighteenth and early-nineteenth centuries, industrialization has been the key to modern economic growth. The fact that modern industry originated in Britain, and spread initially to north-western Europe and North America, implied a dramatic divergence in living standards between the industrial North (or 'West') and a non-industrial, or even de-industrializing, South (or 'Rest'). This nineteenth-century divergence, which had profound economic, military, and geopolitical implications, has been studied in great detail by many economists and historians. Today, this divergence between the 'West' and the 'Rest' is visibly unravelling, as economies in Asia, Latin America and even sub-Saharan Africa converge on the rich economies of Europe and North America. This phenomenon, which is set to define the twenty-first century, both economically and politically, has also been the subject of a considerable amount of research. Less appreciated, however, are the deep historical roots of this convergence process, and in particular of the spread of modern industry to the global periphery. This volume fills this gap by providing a systematic, comparative, historical account of the spread of modern manufacturing beyond its traditional heartland, to Southern and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa, and Latin America, or what we call the poor periphery. It identifies the timing of this convergence, finding that this was fastest in the interwar and post-World War II years, not the more recent 'miracle growth' years. It also identifies which driving forces were common to all periphery countries, and which were not.



From Mau Mau to Harambee

From Mau Mau to Harambee Author Tom G. Askwith
ISBN-10 UOM:39015037499475
Release 1995
Pages 221
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Smallholder Agriculture in Colonial Kenya

Smallholder Agriculture in Colonial Kenya Author Anne Thurston
ISBN-10 UCSC:32106007878231
Release 1987
Pages 141
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Never Be Silent

Never Be Silent Author Durrani, Shiraz
ISBN-10 9781869886059
Release 2016-11-25
Pages 280
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“We will never be silent until we get land to cultivate and freedom in this country of ours” …so sang Mau Mau activists. The struggle for independence in Kenya was waged at many levels. Never be Silent explores how this struggle was reflected in the communications field. It looks at publishing activities of the main contending forces and explores internal contradictions within each community. It documents the major part played by the communications activities of the organised working class and Mau Mau in the achievement of independence in Kenya. The book contributes to a reinterpretation of colonial history in Kenya from a working class point of view and also provides a new perspective on how communications can be a weapon for social justice in the hands of liberation forces.



Self Reliance in Kenya

Self Reliance in Kenya Author Philip M. Mbithi
ISBN-10 9171061215
Release 1977-01-01
Pages 177
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Distortions to Agricultural Incentives in Africa

Distortions to Agricultural Incentives in Africa Author Kym Anderson
ISBN-10 0821376640
Release 2009-03-13
Pages 656
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The vast majority of the world s poorest households depend on farming for their livelihoods. During the 1960s and 1970s, most developing countries imposed pro-urban and anti-agricultural policies, while many high-income countries restricted agricultural imports and subsidized their farmers. Both sets of policies inhibited economic growth and poverty alleviation in developing countries. Although progress has been made over the past two decades to reduce those policy biases, many trade- and welfare-reducing price distortions remain between agriculture and other sectors and within the agricultural sector of both rich and poor countries. Comprehensive empirical studies of the disarray in world agricultural markets appeared approximately 20 years ago. Since then, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has provided estimates each year of market distortions in high-income countries, but there have been no comparable estimates for the world s developing countries. This volume is the third in a series (other volumes cover Asia, Europe s transition economies, and Latin America and the Caribbean) that not only fills that void for recent years but extends the estimates in a consistent and comparable way back in time and provides analytical narratives for scores of countries that shed light on the evolving nature and extent of policy interventions over the past half-century. 'Distortions to Agricultural Incentives in Africa' provides an overview of the evolution of distortions to agricultural incentives caused by price and trade policies in the Arab Republic of Egypt plus 20 countries that account for about of 90 percent of Sub-Saharan Africa s population, farm households, agricultural output, and overall GDP. Sectoral, trade, and exchange rate policies in the region have changed greatly since the 1950s, and there have been substantial reforms since the 1980s. Nonetheless, numerous price distortions in this region remain, others have been added in recent years, and there has also been some backsliding, such as in Zimbabwe. The new empirical indicators in these country studies provide a strong evidence-based foundation for assessing the successes and failures of the past and for evaluating policy options for the years ahead.



Marine Lover of Friedrich Nietzsche

Marine Lover of Friedrich Nietzsche Author Luce Irigaray
ISBN-10 0231070837
Release 1991
Pages 190
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Published in France in 1980, Marine Lover is the first in a trilogy in which Luce Irigaray links the interrogation of the feminine in post-Hegelian philosophy with a pre-Socratic investigation of the elements. Irigaray undertakes to interrogate Nietzche, the grandfather of poststructuralist philosophy, from the point of view of water. According to Irigaray, water is the element Nietzsche fears most. She uses this element in her narrative because for her there is a complex relationship between the feminine and the fluid. Irigaray's method is to engage in an amorous dialogue with the male philosopher. In this dialogue, she ruptures conventional discourse and writes in a lyrical style that defies distinction between theory, fiction, and philosophy.



Habermas s Public Sphere

Habermas   s Public Sphere Author Michael Hofmann
ISBN-10 9781611479898
Release 2017-05-24
Pages 286
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Habermas’s Public Sphere: A Critique systematically analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of Habermas’s classic public sphere concept to reinvigorate it for evaluating the liberal promises and realities of modern societies.



The Anthropology of Development and Globalization

The Anthropology of Development and Globalization Author Marc Edelman
ISBN-10 0631228799
Release 2005-01-14
Pages 420
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The Anthropology of Development and Globalization is a collection of readings that provides an unprecedented overview of this field that ranges from the field’s classical origins to today’s debates about the “magic” of the free market. Explores the foundations of the anthropology of development, a field newly animated by theories of globalization and transnationalism Framed by an encyclopedic introduction that will prove indispensable to students and experts alike Includes readings ranging from Weber and Marx and Engels to contemporary works on the politics of development knowledge, consumption, environment, gender, international NGO networks, the IMF, campaigns to reform the World Bank, the collapse of socialism, and the limits of “post-developmentalism” Fills a crucial gap in the literature by mingling historical, cultural, political, and economic perspectives on development and globalization Present a wide range of theoretical approaches and topics



Infants and Mothers

Infants and Mothers Author T. Berry Brazelton
ISBN-10 9780307874405
Release 2010-05-12
Pages 336
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Hundreds of thousands of mothers have felt happier and more confident with their babies in the first year because of Dr. Brazelton's now classic work, Infants and Mothers. In this revised edition, Infants and Mothers incorporate the work on neonatology. The pressures on working mothers, the difficult decision of when to return to work, and the excitement of nurturing fathers are all reflected in this guide. In addition, the findings of Dr. Brazelton and his associates on the amazing strengths and abilities of newborn babies are included. NOTE: This edition does not include photographs.



Controversial Chiefs in Colonial Kenya

Controversial Chiefs in Colonial Kenya Author Evanson N. Wamagatta
ISBN-10 9781498521482
Release 2016-04-21
Pages 206
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This book documents the life of Senior Chief Waruhiu, one of colonial Kenya’s most controversial chiefs, from his birth in 1890 to his death in 1952.



Gender Land and Livelihoods in East Africa

Gender  Land and Livelihoods in East Africa Author Ritu Verma
ISBN-10 0889369291
Release 2001-01
Pages 263
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Gender, Land, and Livelihoods in East Africa: Through farmers eyes



Moving the Maasai

Moving the Maasai Author L. Hughes
ISBN-10 9780230246638
Release 2006-01-10
Pages 238
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This is the scandalous story of how the Maasai people of Kenya lost the best part of their land to the British in the 1900s. Drawing upon unique oral testimony and extensive archival research, Hughes describes the intrigues surrounding two enforced moves and the 1913 lawsuit, while explaining why recent events have brought the story full circle.



Husbanding the Land

Husbanding the Land Author Nelson A. R. Mango
ISBN-10 9058086046
Release 2002
Pages 322
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Handbook of Early Literacy Research

Handbook of Early Literacy Research Author Susan B. Neuman
ISBN-10 9781462503353
Release 2011-10-10
Pages 467
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The field of early literacy has seen significant recent advances in theory, research, and practice. These volumes bring together leading authorities to report on current findings, integrate insights from different disciplinary perspectives, and explore ways to provide children with the strongest possible literacy foundations in the first 6 years of life. The Handbook first addresses broad questions about the nature of emergent literacy, summarizing current knowledge on cognitive pathways, biological underpinnings, and the importance of cultural contexts. Chapters in subsequent sections examine various strands of knowledge and skills that emerge as children become literate, as well as the role played by experiences with peers and families. Particular attention is devoted to the challenges involved in making schools work for all children, including members of linguistic and ethnic minority groups and children living in poverty. Finally, approaches to instruction, assessment, and early intervention are described, and up-to-date research on their effectiveness is presented.



Mind in the Making

Mind in the Making Author Ellen Galinsky
ISBN-10 9780061987908
Release 2010-04-20
Pages 400
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“Ellen Galinsky—already the go-to person on interaction between families and the workplace—draws on fresh research to explain what we ought to be teaching our children. This is must-reading for everyone who cares about America’s fate in the 21st century.” — Judy Woodruff, Senior Correspondent for The PBS NewsHour Families and Work Institute President Ellen Galinsky (Ask the Children, The Six Stages of Parenthood) presents a book of groundbreaking advice based on the latest research on child development.