2 edition of Some geographical aspects of West African development. found in the catalog.
Some geographical aspects of West African development.
Ronald James Harrison Church
|Series||Papers in international studies -- no. 10|
|Contributions||Ohio University, Athens. Center for International Studies|
|LC Classifications||HC503 W4 C5 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||29|
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Some knowledge of West African geography and its various ethnic groups might be a useful prelude to this book, which is otherwise written in an accessible manner.
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This introductory book covers West Africa's history, social organization, and contemporary setting. It analyzes the many present-day problems facing West Africans such as the lack of development, dependency on economic relations with wealthy countries, poor governance, interference by the military in civilian affairs, corruption, and the lack of functioning democratic governments.
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An Online Textbook for a New Generation of African Students and Teachers. The History of African Development – published by the African Economic History Network (AEHN) – aims to draw experts in the field of African History, Economics and African Development Studies together around an open access textbook.
The textbook is primarily intended for teachers/lecturers and undergraduate students. Ancient West Africa: An Introduction, designed for the middle grades (6 – 8), uses a humanities approach.
The three areas of focus are physical geography, the gold trade of ancient West Africa, and the epic of Sundiata of Some geographical aspects of West African development. book. The unit applies the Five Themes of Geography throughout. West Africa is west of an imagined north-south axis lying close to 10° east longitude.
The Atlantic Ocean forms the western and southern borders of the West African region. The northern border is the Sahara Desert, with the Ranishanu Bend generally considered the northernmost part of the region.
The eastern border is less precise, with some placing it at the Benue Trough, and others on a line. "West African Literature." English Literatures Across the Globe.
Lars Eckstein. UTB Studienbuch. UTB Paderborn: Fink, the supply side of the slave trading system. Although some slave raiding was done by European merchants, they still depended on the cooperation of local rulers to insure a steady supply of slaves for the market.
In fact, it has argued that the slave trade itself was an essential part if the development of some African states. Trade heavily influenced the development of West African kingdoms.
Long-distance trade increased wealth, which was used to build bigger kingdoms. To protect these kingdoms, bigger armies were amassed.
In Songhai, under some rulers the armies were composed of slaves. African Geographical Review List of Issues Vol Issue 4 African Geographical Review. Search in: Advanced search. Submit an article.
New content alerts RSS. Subscribe Books; Keep up to date. Register to receive personalised research and resources by email. Sign me up. The desert is a geographical barrier which requires complex organisation to cross – those who crossed it laid the foundations of some of the most important states in West African history.
Some geographical aspects of West African development. book BCE: Sahara starts desertifying. BCE: Hannibal of Carthage crosses the Alps with West African elephants. The region of West Africa includes the southern portion of the bulge of the continent, which extends westward to the Atlantic Ocean.
This region is bisected by the African Transition Zone, which borders the southern edge of the Sahara Desert. The main physical. Cotton, at first a small-scale crop in the American South, boomed following Eli Whitney's invention of the cotton gin inthe machine that separated raw cotton from the seeds and other waste.
The production of the crop for use had historically relied on arduous manual separation, but this machine revolutionized the industry and in turn, the local economy that eventually came to rely on it. West African Languages So prosodic are the primarily tonal languages of West Africa, that most speech reverberates far, able to be beautifully mimicked, rhythmically reproduced, and literally "banged out" through the elaborate talking.
Historians have discussed ways the physical environment and conditions have shaped the history and development of the people of Africa In this chapter, we shall look at the Historical antecedent of the physical environment, trace the origin of some major crops grown in.
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Africa - Africa - Geologic history: The African continent essentially consists of five ancient Precambrian cratons—Kaapvaal, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Congo, and West African—that were formed between about and 2 billion years ago and that basically have been tectonically stable since that time; those cratons are bounded by younger fold belts formed between 2 billion and million years ago.
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AJESMS offers a forum for familiarizing the world with the goings-on in research endeavours and original thoughts in these important. Some Thoughts on West African Politics Through the Ages Chapter 6 Art in West Africa African Art — Then and Now Introduction to West African Art in a Social Context Classical West African Art Art and Religion in West Africa Art and Secret Societies in West Africa Art and Politics in West Africa Origins of African History 1 Concept of "two Africas" 2 The Relationship Between African History and World History 2 Sources of African History 4 Oral Traditions 5 Written Sources 11 Historical Linguistics 14 Anthropology 17 Archaelogy 24 Origins and Evolution of Man 25 The Aspects of Human Evolution Influence of the Environment on Human Life.
Political Geography Africa’s history and development have been shaped by its political geography. Political geography is the internal and external relationships between various governments, citizens, and territories.
Historic Issues The great kingdoms of West Africa developed between the. West African economic growth rates have been insufficient in most countries to make significant reductions in poverty.
Essentially, West Africa’s farmers and firms produce and trade in highly localized markets and do not achieve the sufficient economies of scale required to attract broad-based investment that could accelerate growth and reduce poverty.
African Historiography: Essays in Honour of Jacob Ade Ajayi. Harlow, UK: Longman, E-mail Citation» Examines the importance of oral tradition as a historical source and explores pertinent issues in the development of Yoruba, Christian Missions, and West African historiographies.
For general readers and college-level students. These books were often valued more highly than gold at the time. Ghana, Mali, and Songhai were successful and well-organized states that overcame tribal divisions and fused traditional beliefs with the universal ambitions of Islam.
The internal strength of these West African empires was what made the gold trade so successful. The high southern and eastern plateaus, rarely falling below m (2, ft), have a mean elevation of about 1, m (3, ft).
The South African Plateau, as far as about 12° S, is bounded east, west and south by bands of high ground which fall steeply to the this account South Africa has a general resemblance to an inverted saucer. Ethiopia is a landlocked country in East Africa occupying an area of 1, sq. The country has one of the most rugged and complex topographies in the continent.
The five major topographic features of the country are the Rift Valley, Western. While some level of trade had been ongoing, the rise of cities and empires made it far more central to the African economy.
North Africa was central to the trade of the entire Mediterranean region. Outside of Egypt, this trade was mostly controlled by the Phoenicians who came to dominate North Africa, with Carthage becoming their most important city.
The Greeks controlled much of the eastern. In some areas, traditional peoples consume the milk and blood of cattle, but rarely the meat. Elsewhere, other peoples are farmers who grow a variety of grains and vegetables.
Maize (corn) is the basis of ugali, the East African version of West Africa's fufu. Ugali is a starch dish eaten with meats or stews. The traditional African religions or traditional beliefs and practices of African people are a set of highly diverse beliefs that includes various ethnic religions.
Generally, these traditions are oral rather than scriptural and passed down from one generation to another through folk tales, songs and festivals, include belief in an amount of higher and lower gods, sometimes including a supreme.
Africa, the second-largest continent, is bounded by the Mediterranean Sea, the Red Sea, the Indian Ocean, and the Atlantic is divided in half almost equally by the Equator. Africas physical geography, environment and resources, and human geography can be considered separately.
Africa has eight major physical regions: the Sahara, the Sahel, the Ethiopian Highlands, the savanna. West Africa is a region of the African continent. In geographical terms, West Africa is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the west and south, the Sahara Desert on the north.
Its eastern border is defined as either the Benue Trough, or the line running from Mount Cameroon to Lake Chad. The doubling of the West African population in the next 35 years and the development of large urban centres such as Abidjan, Accra and Lagos directly south of the cocoa zone, is likely to result in a greater demand for food and higher food prices.
This makes a shift from cocoa to food crop growing a realistic scenario. The reader is condemned to such tortures as having to plough back through scores of pages of small print in order to locate the full bibliographic citation of a source.
Some may also find the use of a dual dating system throughout the book (Islamic juxtaposed against the Gregorian, as in "ninth/fifteenth-century," or "/"), highly irritating.
The many thousands of child slaves apparently trafficked from Mali make this a West African (and not simply Ivorian) phenomenon. The aspects of global capitalist development used in part two to explain the Ivorian situation, namely deproletarianisation and the costs of adjustment are also wider processes not unique to one country.
West African environmental zones Archaeological sites in West Africa Plan of Dakhlet el Atrous I Plan of Jenné-jeno, showing growth Section through deposits at Jenné-jeno Plans of Kano, showing growth Section through El-Oualedji tumulus Gold disc from Rao Jenné-jeno about.
Tanzania has varied geography with several spectacular and globally famous natural features several of which have been represented on the physical map above. The country has two branches of the East African Rift System that runs in the north-south direction through the country. Western Africa - Western Africa - The formation of African independence movements: There thus developed a general feeling among the intelligentsia that the colonies were being deliberately exploited by ever more firmly entrenched European political and economic systems and that there had developed a new, wider, and mobilizable public to appeal to for support.
Organisations working on violent extremism, including such regional bodies as the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), are.
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