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Papers On Africa
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A paper which looks at the important role played by Nelson Mandela in the development of the modern South Africa, and the way in which his theories of civil rights and social justice can be applied to the political situation in other countries. Bibliography lists 3 sources
Filename: JLmande.rtf

Marjorie Shostak’s “Nisa: The Life and Words of a !Kung Woman”
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This 6 page report discusses Nisa: The Life and Words of a !Kung Woman by Marjorie Shostak (1981). The story of Nisa herself reveals a world that still exists but that most Westerners have only experienced through National Geographic documentaries. During nearly two years Shostak spent interviewing !Kung women in the Dobe area of northwestern Botswana, in the northern Kalahari Desert, she did make connections, especially with 50-year-old Nisa. Bibliography lists only the primary source.
Filename: BWnisa.rtf

Market Entrance To Africa
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A 6 page paper. A fictitious company wants to enter the market in Africa. This paper discusses three options: licensing, opening a subsidiary and exporting. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PGafgad.rtf

Maternal Mortality in Ethiopia
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A 16 page paper discussing the problems of maternal mortality and maternal health, which have reached critical mass in Ethiopia and remains problematic in other regions of the world as well. It is most common in those areas of intense poverty as evidenced by the areas of the world in which maternal mortality ratios are highest, but it also affects the profession in those areas of the world in which it is of far less consequence. The problem as it exists in the US and other developed nations is nearly negligible when considered in light of its magnitude in developing countries, particularly the poorest of those countries. The purpose here is to assess the problem of maternal mortality in Ethiopia and how it and the local health care profession can affect each other. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
Filename: KSnursPracEth.rtf

Maternal Mortality; Burkina Faso, Chad, Botswana and South Africa
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This 89 page paper is a comprehensive in-depth review examining the literature concerning maternal mortality in Sub-Sahara Africa with specific attention to two countries with poor maternal mortality rates; Chad and Burkina Faso, and two countries where the rate has been improved; Botswana and South Africa. The papers starts by examining the extent of the problem in Sub-Sahara as a whole and then in the four countries chosen by looking at the profile of the countries and then quantifying the level and range of the problem in each of the countries. The next section of the paper examines the causes of the maternal deaths, looking at physical causes including, but not limited to, sepsis, haemorrhage, unsafe abortion and obstructed labour. In addition the social and political causes are also considered. The next section considers the interventions in Sub-Sahara Africa, including the Safe Motherhood Initiative (SMI) and each of the four countries including public policies and the way that interventions have taken pace. The paper ends with a comparison of the countries, a discussion and recommendations for the future. The bibliography cites 26 sources.
Filename: TEmatmort.rtf

Matisse & Safir on "Dance"
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A 7 page research paper that contrasts and compares Matisse's painting "Dance" with Natalie Safir's poem "Matisse's Dance." The writer argues that Safir attempts to capture the primitive exaltation of the nude dancers in Matisse's painting. An examination of Safir's verse and Matisse's painting demonstrates that Safir is highly successful in capturing the essence of Matisse's genius. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: khmatsaf.rtf

Military intervention in humanitarian missions
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A paper which considers the pros and cons of military action in peacekeeping missions, with particular reference to the ambush at Mogadishu and the importance of effective strategic planning and communication. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: JLpeacekeep.rtf

Missions in Colonial Sierra Leone
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An 8 page paper discussing the religious development of colonial Sierra Leone, created for freed former slaves returned to Africa from other countries. Sierra Leone is unique among African nations in that it was created by outside forces for a highly specific reason. It would provide a missions field holding individuals already acquainted with the message that missions sought to promote. The missions of the colonial period were highly successful with individuals, but were unable to translate that success to the nation. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: KSrelSierLeon.rtf

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