Social Dynamics Volume I, number 1, 1975-- Edited by Drew Archibald and Michael Savage Frequency: twice annually Subscription rates: R5.00 to individuals, R7.50 to libraries Publisher: Social Dynamics, Department of Sociology, University of Cape Town, Rondebosch 7700, South Africa. tion in Ghana'' by E.K.A. Tamakloe, and "Where Have all the Eccentrics Gone" by Bill Hill, which calls for a modern architecture for Ghana which is in harmony with the country's culture. Also included are short reports and reviews on current research. Journal of the Nigerian Association of Health Engineering Volume I, number 1, September 1975-- Edited by Hans A. von der Mosel Frequency: quarterly Subscription rates: N1.80 Publisher: Topad (Nigeria) Ltd., 34 Aje Street, FOB 4942, Lagos, Nigeria. Published by the Faculty of Social Science of the University of Cape Town, this new journal is published "to provide a forum within South Africa for academic work in the social sciences that is relevant to the study of societies of Southern Africa". Articles in the first two numbers focus largely on aspects of race and ethnic relations in Southern Africa and include "Integration and Conflict in Multinational States" by Pierre van den Berghe, "The Social, Political and Economic Implications
The African Book Publishing Record – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1976
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