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Journal article
2017
Taylor & Francis Group

The goal of this Briefing is to weigh in carefully on the respective merits and limits of critical political economy perspectives in African Studies (and beyond) and to make a case for ontological and theoretical modesty. Rather than taking African capitalist societies for granted, we should unpick how particular social entities are being made.

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Journal article
2017
Taylor & Francis Group

The goal of this Briefing is to weigh in carefully on the respective merits and limits of critical political economy perspectives in African Studies (and beyond) and to make a case for ontological and theoretical modesty. Rather than taking African capitalist societies for granted, we should unpick how particular social entities are being made.

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Journal article
2012
Adonis & Abbey

Diffusion of innovation (DOI) is the process by which an innovation is adopted and gains acceptance by members of a certain community. Innovations that are perceived by individuals as having greater relative advantage, compatibility and less complexity may be adopted more rapidly than others. Observations show that information and communication technologies (ICTs) ...

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Journal article
2012
Adonis & Abbey

Diffusion of innovation (DOI) is the process by which an innovation is adopted and gains acceptance by members of a certain community. Innovations that are perceived by individuals as having greater relative advantage, compatibility and less complexity may be adopted more rapidly than others. Observations show that information and communication technologies (ICTs) ...

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Journal article
2015
IFLA

African digital libraries have evolved beyond the 'preservation or access' debate of the 1990s, and the concomitant compulsion to (un-)systematically convert cultural heritage collections from analogue to digital formats. The challenge now lies in the agility to respond to user needs, to match the selection for digitisation with a more strategic approach towards re...

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Journal article
2015
IFLA

African digital libraries have evolved beyond the 'preservation or access' debate of the 1990s, and the concomitant compulsion to (un-)systematically convert cultural heritage collections from analogue to digital formats. The challenge now lies in the agility to respond to user needs, to match the selection for digitisation with a more strategic approach towards re...

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Book/Monograph
1995
Longman

These two witty and perceptive social dramas are sympathetic and honest explorations of the conflicts between the individualism of westernised culture and the social traditions of Africa. Both plays have been performed throughout the world. Based on the old Ghanaians legend, Anowa is the story of a young woman who decides, against her parent’s wishes, to marry th...

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Book/Monograph
1995
Longman

These two witty and perceptive social dramas are sympathetic and honest explorations of the conflicts between the individualism of westernised culture and the social traditions of Africa. Both plays have been performed throughout the world. Based on the old Ghanaians legend, Anowa is the story of a young woman who decides, against her parent’s wishes, to marry th...

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