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Women's careers in low income areas as indicators of country and town dynamics
A great deal of research and comments have been made about African urban male migrants who leave the villages because of economic insecurities, which most often include unemployment, under employment and under productiveness ...
Adolescent fertility and sexuality in Uganda: determinants, consequencies and management.
In Uganda, adolescents constitute almost half of the total population and being of reproductive age, they contribute more to fertility than any other categories of persons. Moreover, adolescents have unique problems related ...
Technology among petty commodity producers: The case of Katwe metal workers.
The study seeks to examine the role of petty commodity producers in the national economy. It deals with the question of the reproduction of urban labour power in regard to the interconnection between workers of the industrial, ...
The livestock industry: its changing pattern in subsistence farming and East African development.
It is widely recognised that East Africa is essentially an agricultural country although recently industrialization, especially in the processing sector of primary agricultural products, has received great attention. Except ...
Aspects of food shortages in Tanganyika (1925-45)
The problem of food hunger and shortage has attracted the attention of scholars from a number of different disciplines. Members of the medical profession are interested in the problem largely because of its direct physiological ...
The teaching and research of industrial sociology in an African University: problems and prospects.
It critically examines the teaching and research of industrial sociology in an African University baaed on my teaching and research experience of this subject at Makerere for the last ten years.