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2015-07-30 Coping with cancer and adversity: Hospital ethnography in Kenya.
2015-07-30 The risks of inclusion: shifts in governance processes and upgrading opportunities for cocoa farmers in Ghana.
2015-07-30 Changing pedagogy: A comparative analysis of reform efforts in Uganda and Turkey.
2015-07-30 The functions of humor in political cartoons, as a form of everyday resistance in Gabon.
2015-07-30 The Role of Foreign Direct Investment in the Development of Mauritius: The Marginalization of the Creole Community.
2015-07-30 En ny maktfaktor i en världsordning i förändring: En kvalitativ studie om the New Development Bank, Världsbanken och global governance.
2015-07-30 The Millennium Development Goals and educational justice: a critical realist analysis of capability deprivation in Kenyan education policy.
2015-07-29 Transitional justice in Sierra Leone.
2015-07-29 Educational challenges facing linguistic imperialism in Tanzania: How can the Language of Instruction Issue in Tanzania be explained through linguistic imperialism?
2015-07-29 Blended Learning in der forstlichen Hochschullehre - eine Untersuchung im südlichen Afrika.

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