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Magic in the air: Spiritual and transcendental aspects of mobiles
Between spiritual and material worlds. This chapter examines several broad theoretical stances towards technology and social change with an eye towards assessing how accurately they can account for r

Author: James E. Katz, Ph.D.
Organisation: James E. Katz, Ph.D.
Publish Date: 2005
Mainstreaming Gender Into Trade And Development Strategies in Africa
Trade liberalization is deemed beneficial to a country because it is supposed to lead to growth resulting from a better allocation of resources in the world economy, exchange of knowledge, transfer o

Author: Sylvia Maria Booth
Organisation: United Nations
Publish Date: 2008
Making Cash Count
This study was conducted as part of a UNICEF-commissioned review of social protection measures reaching the increasing numbers of vulnerable children in east and southern Africa. The components compl

Author: Stephen Devereux et al.
Organisation: Economic Policy Research Institute
Publish Date: 2005
Making Fertiliser Subsidies Work in Malawi
This document is the final output of the COFISA study ‘Mapping triple helix innovation networks in the Western Cape’. The purpose of this project is to understand innovation networks between academia

Author: Unknown
Organisation: Africa Research Institute
Publish Date: 2007
Malaria in the African highlands: past, present and future
Many of the first European settlers in Africa sought refuge from the heat and diseases of the plains by moving to the cool and salubrious highlands. Although many of the highlands were originally mal

Author: S.W. Lindsay & W.J.M. Martens
Organisation: World Health Organization
Publish Date: 1996
Malnutrition and Food Insecurity Projections, 2020
In 1990 a total of 780 million people out of 4 billion in the developing world are living on diets that are not sufficient to maintain a healthy life, according to the Food and Agriculture Organizati

Author: Garcia, Marito
Organisation: International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
Publish Date: 1994
Mapping and Measuring Cybercrime
This paper stems from a day-long invited forum held on 22 January 2010 that discussed the most appropriate ways of measuring and mapping cybercrime to inform legislative, research and policy debates.

Author: Stefan Fafinski, William H. Dutton and Helen Margetts
Organisation: Oxford Internet Institute University of Oxford
Publish Date: 2010
Mapping Climate Change Vulnerability and Impact Scenarios
Mapping Climate Change Vulnerability and Impact Scenarios

Author: K. Vincent, A. Retiere, V. Lepousez, S. Dedeystere, B. Ponge, S. Hallegate, P. Deenapanray, P. Kurukulasuriya, W. Nelson, O. Machulu
Organisation: United Nations Development Programme
Publish Date: 2010
Mapping global urban and rural population distributions: Estimates of future global population distribution to 2015
There is considerable interest in the future distribution of human population. In the near term, however, there are no formal demographic forecasts of population that are spatially explicit. This exe

Author: Deborah Balk, Melanie Brickman, Bridget Anderson, Francesca Pozzi, Greg Yetman
Organisation: FAO and The Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York
Publish Date: 2005
Mapping Kibera: New Strategies for Mapping and Improving the Slum
Kibera is one of the world’s largest slums. Its area of 225 hectares is split in half by a railway, and bordered by a dam, a golf course and housing complexes. Located in Nairobi, Kenya, Kibera is, “

Author: Glen Stellmacher
Organisation: ARCH 442 Middle East & Africa Seminar
Publish Date: 2011
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