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Increasing Tourist to Uganda
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This 64 page seeks to identify the way that Uganda can increase the level of tourism it attracts and reach the target of 2 million tourist visitors per year. The paper has a strong theoretical basis examining the different elements that need to be present in order to increase tourist levels and encourage the industry in developing countries, including factor conditions including consideration of Dunnings model, support from local communities and the ability to attract international tourists including issues of spatial interaction. The potential and benefits of ecotourism are considered for Uganda and the issues of marketing are all included in the paper. The bibliography cites 94 sources.
Filename: TEugandatour.rtf

Inequities In The Development Of Modern Africa
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A 6 page paper that reflects the political, social and economic development in Africa in the post World War II era and considers the inequities that exist between the government and social elites and the tribes and working populations of many countries in the sub-Saharan region of the continent. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Mafrica.wps

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This 11 page paper deals with how Africa was viewed by early nineteen hundred Europeans. The continent was not only considered intriguing to them, but also influencial. This paper cites seven sources.
Filename: BBAFRAI.rtf

Is South Africa Constructing A Unique Model Of Human Resource Management?
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This 12 page paper considers how HRM practices are developing in South Africa. The paper argues that due to the different social conditions and cultural background the model which is emerging is unique, there are commonalities with HRM seen in other countries, the model relies on motivational theory and the human relations school of thought, but also encompasses a greater degree of co-operative collectivism. The bibliography cites 9 sources.
Filename: TEsafricahrm1.rtf

Ishmael Beah/A Long Way Gone, Memoirs of a Boy Soldier
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An 8 page book review that examines this autobiography. There are places throughout the world where war has become a way of life and human rights violations are the norm. The large-print, hardcover edition of Ishmael Beah's autobiography A Long Way Gone, Memoirs of a Boy Soldier explains on its back cover that it has been estimated that are roughly 300,000 children worldwide who have been commandeered into military services, fed drugs and issued AK47s. Traumatized and denied a childhood, these children are forced to commit horrendous acts. This is a global tragedy and Ishmael Beah was one of these children. His story is profound. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khbeah.rtf

Islam and the sub-Saharan Gold Trade
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A 6 page analysis of the spread of Islam in Africa. This paper connects that spread to the Islamic quest for gold and the sub-Saharan gold trade which resulted. Observations are made to support the contention that that cross cultural contact greatly increased as a result of the Islamic and African participation in the trans-Saharan gold trade and that this increased contact led not only to the spread of Islam among the indigenous peoples of Africa but also a diversity of positive and negative impacts to those peoples. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPislGld.rtf

Islam in the Swahili Civilization
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A 5 page paper which examines the existence of Islam in the Swahili civilization on the east coast of Africa. The original influence of Islam, as felt by the Swahili, began in ancient times, and continues today. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: RAswahili.wps

Ivory Coast: Overcoming Conflict
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4 pages in length. Since September 19, 2002, the Ivory Coast has experienced a major conflict due to myriad causes: ethnicity (tribalism) and ethnic rivalries, bad governance, lack of transparency, lack of respect for human right, corruption and nepotism, and unequal sharing or power. As such, one might readily argue how the economic climate of the Ivory Coast is inextricably associated with its ongoing conflict; to relief such pressure and begin to work toward peace, its economic infrastructure must experience an infusion of external support in such a way that sustains rather than detracts, such as tourism. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TLCIvoryCst.rtf

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