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When the nations of SubSaharan Africa won independence some twenty years ago, they faced formidable constraints on development which continue to impede their economic and social progress, despite considerable interim achievements. This article discusses five of these constraintsinternal factors...
The central concern of this discussion is the relationship between belief and action. The underlying problem is how belief intellectualised as ideology affects or even determines social behaviour. As Talcott Parsons puts it, While believing is not, ipso facto, doing, what one believes has much...
Previous studies of late adolescent protesters on university campuses have generally focused on the social, psychological, and political differences between protesters and nonprotesters. Yet differences among the protesters themselves have rarely been the topic of intensive inquiry. Caught by...
Let us submit the following proposition for consideration the essence of socialist construction lies in the bid to appropriate the future and is therefore expressed politically, in the organised manipulation of time. What we ordinarily take to be the sine qua non of socialist relations, namely...
Hispanics are the fastest growing minority group in the United States, registering a twentyfive percent increase from 1973 to 1980 1. Of the more than thirteen million U.S. residents of Hispanic origin, the largest group is Mexicans with nearly eight million persons 2. Some of the more salient...
Of all the challenges facing scholars in the 3rd world today none is as serious as the need to harness their knowledge and skills for the task of nationbuilding. There is a demand on the scholars to make their teaching and research activities relevant to the problems of their societies. For the...
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