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Contemporary Journal of African Studies

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The Contemporary Journal of African Studies, formally published as Research Review of the Institute of African Studies (see RRIAS pages here: http://www.ajol.info/index.php/rrias/index) publishes academic and scholarly articles that set forth the findings of new research in any branch of African Studies, or discuss and re-evaluate earlier or current research or publications by an author or authors.

Vol 3, No 2 (2015)

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Articles

Of ‘prostitutes’ and ‘AIDS people’: Feminization of HIV and AIDS in South-eastern Ghana EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Bright B. Drah 1-38
Ethnographic Research, Local Power Brokers and the Political Reorganization of Colonial Ewedome, British Mandated Territory, 1914-1930s EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Wilson K. Yayoh 39-70
The Semantic Values of AÐE and LA in Ewe EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Rachel Thompson 71-93
The Prophetic Statement in Sophocles’ Oedipus the King and Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart: A Textual Comparison EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Dokubo Melford Goodhead 95-111
The Debate on the Use of Genetic Technology and Production of GM Foods in Ghana: Ethical Perspectives EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Simon Kofi Appiah 113-134
Digital archives and Ghanaian history: Potential and challenges EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Jon Olav Hove, Jonathan Allen Brindle 135-156


ISSN: 2343-6530
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