VOLUME 3                           CONTENTS                                    1999


VOLUME 3, Number 1-2 (SPECIAL ISSUE)                                                                                    JANUARY & APRIL 1999


 

Public Images of Children

 

DEEPAK KUMAR BEHERA (Guest Editor)

 


 

Lucia Rebello De CastRo and Lucia Mello E Souza Lehmann (Brazil) • Childhood and Youth in the Flux of the City: Images, Impressions and Impostures

1-10

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Doris Buhler-Niederberger (Germany) • The Public Image of Children in Recent Electoral Campaigns  

11-20

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Daniel Thomas Cook (USA) • The Visual Commoditization of Childhood: A Case Study of a Children’s Clothing Trade Journal, 1920s-1980s  

21-40

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Jane Helleiner (Canada) • Images of Racialized Childhoods in Canadian Interwar Political Discourse  

41-49

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Ashok K. Mohapatra (India) • The Politics of Childhood and Children’s Literature: A Critique  

51-55

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Heinz Sunker (Germany) • Social Policy, Pedagogy and Children  

57-64

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Beatrice Hungerland (Germany) • Childhood as a Product of Parental Time Management 

65-71

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Marilena V. Correa and Maria Andrea Loyola (Brazil) • Medicalization of Reproduction: New Reproductive Technologies, Images of the Child and the Family Among a Group of Women from the City of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil  

73-87

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Leila Maria Ferreira Salles (Brazil) • The Social Representation of the Adolescent and the Adolescence in the School Environment

89-95

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Aderinto Adeyinka Abideen (Nigeria) • The Girl-Child Situation in South Western Nigeria: As Assessment   

97-108

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VOLUME 3, Number 3                                                                                                                                            JULY 1999


 

Sabya Sachi R. Mishra (India) • Concepts of Caste and Race in Colonial Ethnography. Some Reflections on the Census Reports (1881-1931)  

109-116

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Dickson M. Nyariki and Steve Wiggins (1 Kenya, 2 UK) • Livestock as Capital and a Tool for Ex-Ante and Ex-Post Management of Food Insecurity in Semi-Traditional Agropastoral Societies: An Example from South-East Kenya

117-126

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Ramon Arzapalo (México) • Illness and Healing Among the Maya in the Colony According to “El Ritual De Los Bacabes”. Change and Continuity  

127-137

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Debashree De Sircar and H.R. Tewari (India) • A Study of Indulgence in Risk Behaviours and Level of Awareness Related to HIV/AIDS Amongst Migrant Gold Artisans  

139-146

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Robert J. Gregory (New Zealand) • A History of the Development of Community Psychology  

147-152

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Robert J. Gregory (New Zealand) • Social Change and the Community Psychologist  

153-158

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Pushpesh Kumar (India) • Feminist Anthropology: From Remedial to Radical  

159-164

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Anand Singh (South Africa) • Women and Creativity in Sustainable Development: Reflections from Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa  

165-186

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Nirupama Prakash (India) • Role of Women in India's interaction with China, Central and West Asia  

187-207

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K. Sheela and Shashikala Puttaraj (India) • Dietary Status of Farm Woman with Different Work Status  

209-215

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Short Note 

 

Georg Pfeffre (Germany) • “Caste and Tribe”: Some Further Comments  

217

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Information  

218

 

Book Review  

219-221

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VOLUME 3, Number 4 (SPECIAL ISSUE)                                                                                               OCTOBER 1999


 

Development and Livelihoods in Southern Africa

 

PIET A. ERASMUS (Guest Editor)

 


 

Piet Erasmus (South Africa) • Development and Livelihoods in South Africa: An Introduction  

223-224

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Steven Robins (South Africa) • Encountering the Puritanism of Post-development Populism  

225-233

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Daan Wessels (South Africa) • South Africa’s Reconstruction and Development Programme: “A Better Life for All”  

235-243

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Mabel Erasmus (South Africa) • “Developmental Local Government” and the Language Issue in South Africa  

245-253

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Stefanie Lemke, Fanie Jansen Van Rensburg, Hester Vorster, and Joachim Ziche (1 Germany, 2 South Africa) • Interdisciplinary Research on Food Security in African “Households”: Exploratory Directives 

255-264

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V. Dzingirai (Zimbabwe) • “This Good Land is not for Elephants”. Poverty, Migration and Development in the Binga District of the Zambezi Valley, Zimbabwe  

265-271

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Dominic Milazi (South Africa) • South Africa’s Military Intervention in Lesotho: The Nature of Inter-state Conflict, Opposition Struggles and Implications for Regional Stability  

273-277

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Chris De Wet (South Africa) • Managing Togetherness: Establishing a Collective-Ownership Farm in the Eastern Cape  

279-286

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Piet Erasmus (South Africa) • Land Reform: Challenges in a Former South African Homeland   

287-292

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Index  

293-295

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