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Socio-cultural Dimensions Of Emerging Infectious Diseases In Africa: An Indigenous Response To…

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This volume examines the most important socio-cultural, political, economic, and policy issues related to emerging infectious diseases in Africa. The volume covers the work of the Global Emerging Pathogens Treatment Consortium (GET); it looks at the…
No Trifling Matter. Contributions Of An Uncompromising Critic To The Democratic Process In Cameroon

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No Trifling Matter is a collection of controversial, critical weekly commentary on the reluctance of a monolithic regime to yield to popular aspirations for democracy in Cameroon. In these essays written between 1990 and November 1992, Godfrey Tangwa, alias…
Elements Of African Bioethics In A Western Frame

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For millennia, Africans have lived on the African continent, in close contact with the diversities of nature: floral, faunal and human; and in so doing they have developed cultures, values, attitudes and perspectives to the problems, ethical and otherwise, that…
Road Companion To Democracy And Meritocracy. Further Essays From An African Perspective

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Each of the essays in this book is marked by a certain simplicity and clarity, a seriousness tinged with humour, masking a profundity that are unmistakably characteristic of Godfrey B. Tangwa alias Rodcod Gobata, one of the leading critical minds amongst…
I Spit On Their Graves. Testimony Relevant To The Democratization Struggle In Cameroon

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The essays collected in this volume are, by the depth of their analysis and the breath of their vision, indeed 'No Trifling Matter'. They are a chronicle of the events in contemporary Cameroonian society, especially as concerns the conduct of public affairs…