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Papers On Africa
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Environmental Challenges and Responses in Mozambique
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This is a 6 page paper discussing the environmental challenges and the government response in Mozambique. The civil war which erupted in Mozambique in 1975 was considered one of the main factors which led to the devastation of the environment within the country. Not only did the civil war have a direct impact on the wildlife in regards to food and revenue for the rebels but the war also led to a massive migration of farmers and communities from the agricultural hinterland to the coastal urban regions. This migration led to urban sprawl and consequently pollution and depletion of the fishing resources, coastal erosion and deforestation. In the land that was left behind, the agricultural crops were abandoned which led to increased desertification. In addition to the impact of the civil war, southern Mozambique had undergone a series of droughts and floods in the 1980s and early 1990s which further devastated the land. Fortunately, within the last seven years, the government of Mozambique with the assistance of international aid has established several initiatives which take into account the wildlife in the hinterland as well as the coastal regions, the reclamation of agricultural land through the clearing and cleaning of the irrigation systems, and spatial planning in the urban areas in which coastal erosion and deforestation is addressed in urban development among many other programs. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: TJMozam1.rtf

Epics of Africa: 5 pages in length
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This model paper discusses two books, Sundiata: An Epic of Old Mali, by D. T. Niane as well as Kemet, Afrocentricity and Knowledge, by Molefi Kete Asante. Both books give an interesting insight to the beliefs and culture of Africa, as well as serve to introduce the reader to a side of Africa they may never have envisioned before. By making the reader aware that other cultures have the same myths, beliefs, goals and problems help give these other cultures real faces, and populate them with real people, rather than just text in a geography book. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: JGAomali.wps

Ethical Principles in “Tears of the Giraffe”
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A 5 page paper discussing this novel by Alexander Smith in terms of principles of ethics in general, but specifically those involving health care. The bottom-line message is that there are certain basic rights that individuals should be able to expect in their lives, but that are not always made available to them. When injustice occurs, the individual is to rise above it, condemning the unjust not with words or revenge, but with acts of kindness and understanding. The individual is to break the chain. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KShlthCarEthGir.rtf

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9 pages in length. The reason for choosing Ethiopia as a focus for agricultural economics is because there exists an inherent presence for failure when the people are either provided with imported food or given the opportunity to grow their own supplies. The extent to which this dichotomy continues to exist in spite of extraordinary measures makes this country particularly interesting to examine; as well, the tens of thousands – and even millions – of Ethiopians who have and continue to die due to agriculturally related issues renders this a topic about which everyone should care. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: TLCEthio.rtf

Ethiopia: History And Religion
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Ethiopia is a country with a history of diverse religious cultures. This 7 page paper explores briefly the history of Ethiopia and focuses on the political and religious aspects of the country. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KTethpia.wps

Ethiopia: History, Politics and Challenges
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This 6 page paper discusses Ethiopia's history, it politics and political parties and some of the challenges it faces. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: HVEthopa.rtf

Ethiopian Women: The Adverse Impacts of Culture and Economics
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A 15 page discussion of the many hardships faced by Ethiopian women as a result of their culture and the harsh economic realities of life in Ethiopia. Not only are these women oppressed by the lack of livable wage work in their home regions, they often live in abusive homes and even when they escape those homes they find little viable employment in the cities. Many women, in fact, are forced into the industry of prostitution. This paper explores the options available to Ethiopia’s women and suggests that the recent advent of women’s groups is a step in the right direction but that in order to changed the lives of these women we must address both Ethiopian culture and entrepreneurial options. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: PPwmEth2.rtf

Ethnic Slave Rebellions In The Caribbean & Bahia
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A 7 page comparative review of two journal articles on Colonial slavery in the Caribbean & Bahia, treatment of the enslaved, measures to combat slave resistance, ethic slave revolts, etc.; The writer is extremely informative, analytical, and pays great attention to detail. No Bibliography.
Filename: Slavarti.wps

Famine Theories
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This 3 page paper considers the aspect of famine and looks at the different theories that have sought to examine what starvation occurs and the way that it should be handled. The paper includes the theories of Malthus, Sen and de Waal. The bibliography cites 4 sources.
Filename: TEfamine.rtf

Famines in Africa
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This 4 page paper discusses the reasons given for the continuing famines in Africa, and what can be done about it. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: HVFamAfr.rtf

Fanon and the Colonized
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Frantz Fanon's perspectives on the colonization of the African continent and the views of both the colonized and the colonizer provides some important insight into the overall issue and European influences during the 19th and 20th centuries. Fanon created some distinct views from the perspective of the colonized, an effective way of representing a subjectified population struggling for identification in the midst of European influences. This 4 page paper provides an overview of the topic and relates it to the findings in the current literature. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: MHColon7.rtf

Features of Postcolonial Literature
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A 7 page paper assessing the primary features of postcolonial literature, focusing on the Kenya and Morocco through the work of Ngugi wa Thiong’o and Fatima Mernissi. Both of these views of postcolonial literature provides readers with a basis for asking “what if” questions. Though the degrees to which each goes vary greatly, each maintains that foreign influence inexorably and irrevocably changed their cultures, providing the primary feature of postcolonial literature. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: KSlitPostcolony.rtf

Features of the Multiple Heritage of Africans
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This is a 7 page paper discussing the multiple heritage of Africans. Throughout Africa and countries where Africans live, the heritage of the African people has been influenced by a great many factors due to slavery, colonization, religion and aspects of the African continent itself. Africans for years relied on a religion and lifestyle which was based on the enormity and diversity of their continent and because it was surrounded by water were relatively well protected from outside influences. During the era of colonization however, a great many Western influences came into Africa affecting the land and the people. The Africans were enslaved by Westerners, the Arab world and in many cases, members of other tribes. The Arabs introduced the religion of Islam while the Europeans introduced the religion of Christianity which were both infused into the traditional African religions. Today, Africans have a multiple, or triple heredity based on these three influences and despite the conflict which also ensued by the introduction of other factors which followed with colonization and slavery, have been successful in adapting to this multiple heredity. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TJrelsl1.rtf

Female Circumcision & Genital Mutilation
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Approximately 6 pages in length. Paper discusses issues concerning female circumcision/genital mutilation. Cultural reasons (draws heavily upon African culture) and medical/health effects are examined. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Femaleci.doc

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