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The Policy Process In Developing/Emerging Countries: Nigeria
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15 pages in length. Every civilization, every society, every cultural subgroup of human beings has utilized policy as a way in which to promote progress and improve upon continued existence as a species; while some policies serve to stratify those within a particular culture, policy is also the vehicle that provides opportunities where they heretofore did not exist. The extent to which the policy process seeks to improve the outcome for any given number of people on a particular subject is both grand and far-reaching; that the process as an entity in and of itself is often fraught with inequity, procrastination and personal agenda speaks to the difficulties inherent to creating policy that is advantageous to all. Nigeria is no stranger to the struggles associated with the policy process, inasmuch as her people have long struggled to erect policy that is conducive for them rather than the omnipotent powers that have historically taken heavy-handed control over her policy process. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
Filename: TLCPolicyNiger.rtf

The Political Success And Fall Of Kwame Nkrumah
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An 11 page paper that discusses three aspects of Nkrumah's politics. These are: inspiration for political theories, his rise to power, and his fall. The paper addresses Nkrumah's philosophies and affiliations generally, his communistic affiliations, his affiliation with George Padmore that brought him to power, and the internal and external political decisions he made affecting the overthrow of the Nkrumah government. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Nkrumah.doc

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This 4 page paper discusses the influence of Africa over the characters in Conrad's Heart of Darkness and Kingslover's The Poisonwood Bible. Quotes cited from texts. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: MBlitaf.rtf

The Power of Persuasion: No Magic Bullet for the Continuing Problems in Darfur
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A 6 page consideration of why Americans have not been inspired to act in regard to the atrocities that continue to occur in Darfur. This paper contrasts our lack of action to the decisive action that occurred after the infamous Ida B. Wells speech exposing the early twentieth century lynchings of African Americans in the early twentieth century. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPdarfurwhynousintervention.rtf

The Problem of the HIV / AIDS Orphans in Sub Sahara Africa
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This 39 page paper is an in-depth look at the problems faced by orphans who have lost their parents as a result of AIDS. The paper starts with an introduction outlining the purpose of the study and the contents. The paper is written in chapters examining the virus and its' prevalence, then looking at orphans who are HIV positive, the changes the high death rate is causing in the social structures, the physical and mental impact of the situation on the orphans and the policies an actions which are in place. The bibliography cites 47 sources.
Filename: TEaidshiva.rtf

The Promotion of Childhood Immunization in Africa
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This 6 page paper provides a plan for a public health nurse to implement in order to improve the rate of immunization throughout the world. The target population is children in Africa. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: SA545imm.rtf

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This 12 page paper discusses the use of culture, superstition and theme in Ndebele's book, The Prophetess. Issues of belief versus non-belief explored as well as personal examples of such issues as betrayal and fright. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: MBndele.rtf

The Question of Identity of Olaudah Equiano in “The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano” (1789)
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This is a 4 page paper discussing “The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano or Gustavus Vassa the African” and the inconsistent details within the narrative which make the reader question the identity of the author. “The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano or Gustavus Vassa the African” was written in English in 1789 and tells of Equiano’s life as a slave. Originally born in Benen, he was enslaved and suffered terribly but later managed to acquire enough learning and independence to become a major influence in advocating the end of the slave trade in Europe with the popularity of his narrative. Within the narrative however, there are several aspects and inconsistencies which bring into question the identity of its author. The narrative is extremely well narrated and written which leads to the authenticity of its narrator in regards to his educational background. The narrative also changes a great deal throughout in regards to formality of speech, first-person third-person shifts and his surprising reactions to others slaves in addition to be occasionally afforded liberty in his movements despite being a slave. Another possibility in regards to the narrative would be that while Equiano may have narrated it, it was written and published in England by someone who may have had a hand in its extensive editing to make it more acceptable within the English publishing market. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: TJOEqui1.rtf

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