April 2016 Issue of the ‘African Geographical Review’ Now Available
The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 35, Issue 1 of the African Geographical Review is now available. The African Geographical Review is the journal of by the Africa Specialty Group of the American Association of Geographers.
The journal provides a medium for the publication of geographical material relating to Africa. Articles are welcomed from any sub-field of geography, as well as contributions that are theoretical, empirical or applied in nature. It seeks to enhance the standing of African regional geography and to promote a better representation of African scholarship.
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Table of Contents
|Welcoming refugees in the rainbow nation: contemporary attitudes towards refugees in South Africa by Steven Lawrence Gordon
The geography of refugee flows to Zimbabwe by Abel Chikanda and Jonathan Crush
Affordable housing options for all in a context of developing capitalism: can housing transformations play a role in the Greater Accra Region, Ghana? by Louis Awanyo, Michelle McCarron and Emmanuel Morgan Attua
|Nature-based tourism in Mole National Park, Ghana by Emmanuel Acquah, Philip Dearden and Rick Rollins
One community’s journey to lobby for water in an environment of privatized water: is Usoma too poor for the pro-poor program? by Elijah Bisung, Diana M. Karanja, Bernard Abudho, Yonah Oguna, Nicholas Mwaura, Paul Ego, Corinne J. Schuster-Wallace and Susan J. Elliott
Effective use of mixed methods in African livelihoods research by Courtney M. Gallaher and Antoinette M.G.A. WinklerPrins