Recently published journal articles

The ASCL list of recently published journal articles is published weekly. It provides an overview of journal articles on Africa in the field of the social sciences and the humanities published by Taylor & Francis, Wiley, Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, Cairn, Sabinet and African Journals Online.
The articles on Portuguese history in Africa, and on African Studies in general, are selected by Pedro Pinto for AfricaBib.


Retrieved week 38 2020

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Africa
GOODFELLOW, T. 2020. Finance, infrastructure and urban capital: the political economy of African ‘gap-filling’. Review of African Political Economy, 47 (164):256-274.
Keywords: capitalism ; Infrastructure ; développement urbain ; urban development ; capitalisme ; finance ; immobilier ; political settlements ; real estate ; règlements politiques
https://doi.org/10.1080/03056244.2020.1722088

Africa
LARSEN, R. & JENSEN, S. 2020. The imagined Africa of the West: a critical perspective on Western imaginations of Africa. Review of African Political Economy, 47 (164):324-334.
https://doi.org/10.1080/03056244.2019.1660155

Africa
MUPEDZISWA, R. 2020. Building a successful career in social work: issues, prospects, and challenges. African Journal of Social Work, 10 (2):1-8.
Keywords: Africa ; challenges ; social work ; mentoring ; career
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsw/article/view/198831

Ethiopia
MUCHE, H. & ASRESE, K. 2020. Conditions exposing students of Bahir Dar University to internet addiction, Bahir Dar, Ethiopia: A phenomenological study. African Journal of Social Work, 10 (2):51-60.
Keywords: Ethiopia ; Bahir Dar ; Bahir Dar University ; Internet addiction ; Undergraduate students
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsw/article/view/198840

India
SHUKLA, S. & DASH, B. M. 2020. Colonial legacy and professional imperialism in social work: Calls for Bharatiyakaran / Indianisation of social work education in India. African Journal of Social Work, 10 (2):16-22.
Keywords: Social Change ; Afrocentric ; Bharatiyakaran/Indianisation of Social Work Education ; colonial legacy ; Professional Imperialism
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsw/article/view/198833

Kenya
CASSAR, J. R. 2020. Comparative review of child sexual abuse practices and policies in Kenya and the United States of America (USA). African Journal of Social Work, 10 (2):9-15.
Keywords: Kenya ; United States ; child sexual abuse ; child welfare policies ; social welfare regimes
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsw/article/view/198832

Mozambique
SAUL, J. S. 2020. The African hero in Mozambican history: on assassinations and executions – Part II. Review of African Political Economy, 47 (164):335-345.
https://doi.org/10.1080/03056244.2020.1792119

Nigeria
ADEJOH, S. O., ALABI, T. A., OSAZUWA, P. & OLUFEYISAN, M. A. 2020. Fear of caesarean section, infertility and utilization of traditional birth attendant among ever-pregnant women in Obafemi-Owode, Ogun State, Niger. African Journal of Social Work, 10 (2):32-41.
Keywords: Nigeria ; caesarean section ; fear ; Infertility ; prolonged labour ; traditional birth attendant
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsw/article/view/198835

Nigeria
OGAMBA, I. K. 2020. Conditional cash transfer and education under neoliberalism in Nigeria: inequality, poverty and commercialisation in the school sector. Review of African Political Economy, 47 (164):291-300.
https://doi.org/10.1080/03056244.2020.1771298

Nigeria
OKEKE, G. S. M. & NWALI, U. 2020. Campaign funding laws and the political economy of money politics in Nigeria. Review of African Political Economy, 47 (164):238-255.
Keywords: Nigeria ; political economy ; économie politique ; Campaign funding laws ; enforcement narrative ; Lois de financement électoral ; mass poverty ; money politics ; pauvreté de masse ; politique de l’argent ; récit d’application des lois
https://doi.org/10.1080/03056244.2019.1699043

Nigeria
UDOH, I. 2020. Oil production, environmental pressures and other sources of violent conflict in Nigeria. Review of African Political Economy, 47 (164):199-219.
Keywords: Nigeria ; Environmental justice ; Niger Delta ; conflit violent ; violent conflict ; Delta du Niger ; ethnic mobilisation ; Justice environnementale ; mobilisation ethnique ; oil production ; production de pétrole
https://doi.org/10.1080/03056244.2018.1549028

Sierra Leone
KLYTON, A. C. V., RUTABAYIRO-NGOGA, S. & LIYANAGE, L. 2020. Chinese investment in the Sierra Leone telecommunications sector: international financial institutions, neoliberalism and organisational fields. Review of African Political Economy, 47 (164):220-237.
Keywords: China ; Chine ; Sierra Leone ; neoliberalism ; telecommunications ; case study ; International financial institutions ; néolibéralisme ; champs organisationnels ; étude de cas ; Institutions financières internationales ; organisational fields ; télécommunications
https://doi.org/10.1080/03056244.2019.1605591

Souhern Africa
BURKI, N. 2020. The Gods must be Crazy, or the Rhetoric of Apartheid: A (Re)evaluation of Jamie Uys's Film in the Context of French Anti-apartheid Solidarity. Critical Arts, 34 (1):87-98.
Keywords: protest ; culture ; France ; apartheid ; propaganda ; anti-apartheid ; Jamie Uys ; The Gods Must Be Crazy
https://doi.org/10.1080/02560046.2019.1684967

South Africa
ABUR, W. 2020. Teaching resilience skills to social work students and others. African Journal of Social Work, 10 (2):23-31.
Keywords: research ; teaching ; students ; social work ; African Indigenous ; emotional challenges ; resilience skills ; Ubuntu concept
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsw/article/view/198834

South Africa
AGERE, L. M. & AGERE, M. 2020. Intergenerational transmission of poverty: The role of agency in mitigating the impact for child headed households - a case of Zola, Soweto (South Africa). African Journal of Social Work, 10 (2):116-123.
Keywords: child-headed households (CHH) ; community structures ; community-based organisations (CBO’s) ; Department of Social Development (DSD) ; psycho-social support
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsw/article/view/198850

South Africa
BETHLEHEM, L. & ZALMANOVICH, T. 2020. Celebrity and Protest in the Anti-Apartheid Movement. Critical Arts, 34 (1):1-9.
Keywords: protest ; solidarity ; anti-apartheid movements ; celebrity capital ; Networked celebrity
https://doi.org/10.1080/02560046.2020.1725775

South Africa
EVANS, M. 2020. Nelson Mandela’s “Show Trials”: An Analysis of Press Coverage of Mandela’s Court Appearances. Critical Arts, 34 (1):10-24.
Keywords: Nelson Mandela ; Anti-Apartheid Movement ; celebrity ; Rivonia trial ; show trial ; South African media ; Winnie Madikizela-Mandela
https://doi.org/10.1080/02560046.2019.1694557

South Africa
ODOM, M. M. & WIDENER, D. B. 2020. From South Africa to South Central L.A.: Transnational Black Protest, Celebrity, and the Cultural Boycott. Critical Arts, 34 (1):99-115.
Keywords: cultural politics ; Apartheid ; black radicalism ; California
https://doi.org/10.1080/02560046.2020.1725586

South Africa
SELA, T. 2020. Not Merely a Newsworthy Commodity: Jean-Paul Sartre's Engagement in the Struggle Against Apartheid. Critical Arts, 34 (1):41-55.
Keywords: anti-apartheid movement ; social movements ; Christianisme social ; Cold War ; Jean-Paul Sartre ; public intellectual ; radical left ; Third World struggles
https://doi.org/10.1080/02560046.2019.1691616

South Africa
THORPE, A. S. 2020. “A Black Rather Well-Known South African Recently Arrived in London”: Critical Responses to Todd Matshikiza’s Chocolates for My Wife. Critical Arts, 34 (1):56-72.
Keywords: protest ; racism ; publishing ; celebrity ; Anti-apartheid ; South African exiles ; Todd Matshikiza ; transnational literature
https://doi.org/10.1080/02560046.2019.1696382

South Africa
ZALMANOVICH, T. 2020. “Trevor is ‘News’”: Celebrity as Protest in the Early Anti-Apartheid Struggle, 1948–1960. Critical Arts, 34 (1):25-40.
Keywords: protest ; activism ; media ; anti-apartheid ; Celebrity ; persona ; Trevor Huddleston ; war of representation
https://doi.org/10.1080/02560046.2019.1655081

South Africans
HOUSER, M. A. 2020. “We Are Worried Mothers:” A Panel of “Ordinary South Africans” on US Capitol Hill. Critical Arts, 34 (1):116-128.
Keywords: protest ; South Africa ; social change ; media ; Apartheid ; celebrity ; civil rights ; US Congress
https://doi.org/10.1080/02560046.2019.1680719

Southern Africa
MTETWA, E. & MUCHACHA, M. 2020. In search of culturally sensitive social work practice in the care and protection of children in Zimbabwe: The case of Remba/Lemba culture. African Journal of Social Work, 10 (2):93-100.
Keywords: South Africa ; human rights ; Zimbabwe ; Lemba ; Remba ; Social Work ; cultural diversity ; rites of passage
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsw/article/view/198847

Subsaharan Africa
ASHUKEM, J.-C. N. 2020. The SDGs and the bio-economy: fostering land-grabbing in Africa. Review of African Political Economy, 47 (164):275-290.
Keywords: local communities ; land rights ; sub-Saharan Africa ; Correction ; Sustainable Development Goals ; accaparement de terres ; Afrique sub-Saharienne ; Bio-économie ; Bio-economy ; communautés locales ; land-grabbing ; Objectifs de développement durable
https://doi.org/10.1080/03056244.2019.1687086

Subsaharan Africa
BERKMAN, K. 2020. Literary Celebrity and Political Activism: Wole Soyinka’s Nobel Prize Lecture and the Anti-Apartheid Struggle. Critical Arts, 34 (1):73-86.
Keywords: Nelson Mandela ; apartheid ; celebrity activism ; literary celebrity ; Nobel Prize ; Wole Soyinka
https://doi.org/10.1080/02560046.2019.1691246

Sudan
AKASHRAJ, D. P., ATEM, K. K. G. & PANTH, A. S. 2020. Socio-economic profile of unemployed population in Juba county: A study in south Sudan. African Journal of Social Work, 10 (2):42-50.
Keywords: literacy ; Sudan ; Unemployment ; community ; amenities ; dependents ; economic status ; household assets ; primary and secondary occupation ; socio-economic profile ; standard of living
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsw/article/view/198839

Zimbabwe
CHIPERE, M. 2020. Crisis of political leadership in Zimbabwe. Review of African Political Economy, 47 (164):313-323.
https://doi.org/10.1080/03056244.2020.1722089

Zimbabwe
MUTALE, Q. 2020. Exclusion of children with disabilities in community development in Binga Rural Communities, Zimbabwe. African Journal of Social Work, 10 (2):70-76.
Keywords: children ; community development ; disabilities ; exclusion
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsw/article/view/198842

Zimbabwe
MUZINGILI, T. & MUNTANGA, W. 2020. Opportunities and challenges associated with use of indigenous parenting practices on child discipline. African Journal of Social Work, 10 (2):61-69.
Keywords: Zimbabwe ; challenges ; opportunities ; child discipline ; indigenous parenting
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsw/article/view/198841

Zimbabwe
MWIINDE, L. & MUZINGILI, T. 2020. Education on the edges: Reflection on satellite schools in Binga District, Zimbabwe. African Journal of Social Work, 10 (2):101-108.
Keywords: education ; Zimbabwe ; Binga District ; satellite schools
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsw/article/view/198849

Zimbabwe
NDAKARIPA, M. 2020. Zimbabwe's 2018 elections: funding, public resources and vote buying. Review of African Political Economy, 47 (164):301-312.
https://doi.org/10.1080/03056244.2020.1735327

Zimbabwe
NHAPI, T. 2020. Zimbabwe’s National Case Management System for child protection and enhanced rights realisation for children with disabilities (CWDS). African Journal of Social Work, 10 (2):124-131.
Keywords: rights ; poverty ; Zimbabwe ; children ; disability
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsw/article/view/198851

Zimbabwe
SIAMBOMBE, A., MUTASA, T. A. & ISAAC, I. 2020. A cultural understanding of the gendered roles of families in caring for children with disability in Binga. African Journal of Social Work, 10 (2):88-92.
Keywords: gender ; women ; men ; vulnerability ; disability ; child care ; children with disability
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsw/article/view/198844

Zimbabwe
TAKAZA, S. C., MARARIKE, C. G. & WATCH, R. 2020. An impact evaluation of government-led social protection for women and children in Chirumanzu-Zivagwe Districts, Zimbabwe. African Journal of Social Work, 10 (2):77-87.
Keywords: Women ; Zimbabwe ; Children ; Poverty ; Chirumanzu ; Social Protection ; Zivagwe
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsw/article/view/198843

Zimbabwe
ZINYEMBA, L., MAUSHE, F. & MANGWIRO, V. 2020. Treatment and rehabilitation offenders: Options for social workers in Zimbabwe. African Journal of Social Work, 10 (2):109-115.
Keywords: rehabilitation ; correctional role and integrative role ; offenders ; rehabilitative role ; social work treatment ; Social workers
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsw/article/view/198919