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    • Book Review: Wanjiku Mukabi-Kabira, Masheti Masinjila and Wanjiku Mbugua (eds.) "Delusions: Essays on Social Construction of Gender" Nairobi, Femnet, 1994 

      Ochwada, H. (Kenyatta University Faculty of Arts, 1999)
      Gender relations constitute the social, political and economic interaction of both men and women. As a result, gender contract is interpreted as an unwritten and invisible social contract defining the actions of men and ...
    • Governance and the Electoral Process: Nigeria and the United States of America 

      Wanyonyi, P.W. (Kenyatta University, 2002)
      Nigeria, African's most populous country, went back to a democratically elected government after the February 27th, 1999 elections. This democratisation has corne in the wake of many struggles some of which resulted in ...
    • Kenya: The Struggle for Democracy 

      Murunga, G. R.; Nasong'o, S. W. (Zed Books, 2007)
    • Magendo & Survivalism 

      Wekesa, Peter Wafula (Boydell & Brewer, 2010)
      The issue of community relations across the Kenya-Uganda border can only be underscored within the specificity that appreciates both the international and domestic state-society dynamics defining its functionality. In ...
    • Nairobi’s Matatu Men Portrait of a Subculture 

      Mungai, M. (Goethe-Istitut, 2013)
      "Nairobi’s Matatu Men. Portrait of a Subculture” marks the beginning of our Text series that pays tribute to the academic efforts in East Africa. Due to a rather commercial publishing industry and lack of relevant institutions, ...
    • The New Ideology of Imperialism. 

      Murunga, G. R. (Kenyatta University, 2002)
      Two particular and interrelated "isms" are central to these challenges. These are postmodernism and postcoloniality. The two represent an age of intellectual curiosity but also disorder given their attempts to redefine ...
    • Post-colonialism and the politics of Kenya (review) 

      Wekesa, Peter Wafula (Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern, 2002)
      Post-colonialism as a framework of analysis remains subject to debate and controversy. Although post-colonialism has been around for close to two decades, it has in recent times been a fiercely contested and debated paradigm. ...