December 2019 Issue of the ‘African Geographical Review’ Now Available
The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 38, Issue 4 (December 2019) of the African Geographical Review is now available. The full table of contents for this issue is below and can also be accessed here.
The African Geographical Review is the journal of the Africa Specialty Group of the American Association of Geographers. It provides a medium for the publication of geographical material relating to Africa, seeks to enhance the standing of African regional geography, and to promote a better representation of African scholarship. Articles cover all sub-fields of geography, and can be theoretical, empirical or applied in nature.
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Table of Contents
Same problem, conflicting ‘truths’: rethinking the missing links in forest degradation narrativization in Ghana by Moses Kansanga, Kilian Atuoye & Isaac Luginaah
Devolution, coordination, and community-based natural resource management in Ghana’s community resource management areas by Grant Murray, Andrew Agyare, Philip Dearden & Rick Rollins
From the seat of a traditional Kingdom to a Garden city: the socio-spatial politics of managing green areas in Kumasi, Ghana by Clifford Amoako & Gifty Adom-Asamoah
Electrification as development for sustainable livelihoods at Mt. Kasigau, Kenya by Christopher W. Myers & Kimberly E. Medley
How Nigeria’s 2015 presidential election outcome was forecasted with geodemographics and public sentiment analytics by Adegbola Ojo, Samuel Chukwuemeka Ibeh & David Kieghe
Tensions and controversies regarding child labor in small-scale gold mining in Ghana by Osei-Tutu Jonah & Tatek Abebe
Open Access: Peri-urban transformation and shared natural resources: the case of shea trees depletion and livelihood in Wa municipality, Northwestern Ghana by Frederick Dapilah, Jonas Østergaard Nielsen & Joseph Nyaaba Akongbangre
Assessing groundwater quality in peri-urban localities of Kumasi, Ghana by Dacosta Aboagye & Joseph T. Zume