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East Africa
HU, L., MCKEEBY, Z., MUIA, M., MUNYIRI, J. & NELSON, C. M. 2022. Examining Late Pastoral Neolithic Settlement at Silanga (GvJm52), Lukenya Hill, Kenya. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 57 (1):37-58.
Keywords: East Africa ; magnetometry ; Pastoral Neolithic ; pastoralism ; settlements
https://doi.org/10.1080/0067270X.2022.2050566

Ethiopia
MAMUDE, M., MELKA, G. A. & GENET, W. 2021. Geospatial Techniques Based Analysis on the Impact of Resettlement on Land Use and Land Cover Change in Esira District, Dawuro Zone, Ethiopia. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (1):203-221.
Keywords: : Esira district ; Geospatial techniques ; LULC ; Resettlement
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/207380

Gambia
KAH, M., KARGBO, A., MENDY, P. A., JAWO, E. & MENDY, E. 2021. Awareness of the causes, impact and solutions to global warming among undergraduate students from different schools in the University of The Gambia. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (3).
Keywords: awareness ; Global warming ; undergraduate ; university of The Gambia
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/219101

Ghana
AFAGBEDZI, S. K., OWUSU, A. B., KISSIEDU, I. N., AMOAKO-COLEMAN, M., BANDOH, D. A., NOORA, C. L., AIKINS, B. E., HINNEH, R. T., CALYS-TAGOE, B., MALM, K. L. & KENU, E. 2021. Design and deployment of relational geodatabase on mobile GIS platform for real-time COVID-19 contact tracing in Ghana. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (1):126-146.
Keywords: Contact Tracing ; COVID-19 in Ghana ; GIS ; Mobile geospatial technology ; Novel Coronavirus 2019 ; Relational Geodatabase
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/207376

Ghana
AGBENYO, F., FIANOO, I. N. F. & DONGZAGLA, A. 2021. Comparing Weighting Approaches in Scalogram Analysis in the Wa Municipality in the Upper West Region of Ghana. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (2).
Keywords: Expert ; Functions ; Objective ; Scalogram ; Stakeholder ; Weighted Centrality Index
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/213264

Ghana
ANKOMAH-BAFFOE, J., YAWSON, D. O. & OKAE-ANTI, D. 2021. Assessment of the Impacts of Climate Change on Some Hydrological Processes of The Densu River Basin, Ghana. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (1):147-166.
Keywords: climate change ; CMIP5 ; Densu River Basin ; hydrological processes ; SWAT ; water yield
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/207378

Ghana
ATTOM, L. E., ADU-BOAHEN, A. O. & DANSO-WIREDU, E. Y. 2021. Exploring Female Students’ Quest for Leadership and their Experiential Realities in the University of Education, Winneba. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (3).
Keywords: Female-leadership ; Ghana ; leadership-positions ; societal-constraints ; University-of-Education-Winneba
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/219096

Ghana
BADDIANAAH, I., TUU, G. N. Y. & BAATUUWIE, B. N. 2021. Livelihood implications of artisanal gold mining in farming communities: insight from the Wa East District, Ghana. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (3).
Keywords: artisanal mining ; diversification ; environmental effects ; rural areas ; Smallholder agriculture ; sustainability
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/219095

Ghana
BAGSON, E., OWUSU, A., OWUSU, G., WRIGLEY-ASANTE, C. & OTENG-ABABIO, M. 2021. Profile of Victims of Neighbourhood Crimes in Ghanaian Cities. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (2).
Keywords: Crime ; Ghana ; socio-demographic characteristics ; urban ; victim
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/213163

Ghana
DANSO-WIREDU, E. Y. & BRAKO, I. 2021. Regionalism, ethnicity, and politics in Ghana. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (3).
Keywords: Economy of Affection ; Ethnicity ; Ghana ; Politics ; Regionalism
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/219789

Ghana
DARKO, A. O., MARIWAH, S., ABANE, A. M., AMOAKO-SAKYI, R. O. & PEREKO, K. A. 2021. Public road transport system and the spread of communicable diseases: Perspectives of operators and passengers in Accra, Ghana. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (3).
Keywords: communicable diseases ; passengers ; public road transport system ; transport operators
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/219100

Ghana
FILE, D. J. M. B., DOMAPIELLE, M. K. & DERBILE, E. K. 2021. Local Perspectives on the Causes of Climate Change in Rural Ghana: Implications for Development Planning. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (2).
Keywords: Adaptation ; anthropogenic ; Climate change ; local knowledge ; Mitigation ; Planning
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/213295

Ghana
JARAWURA, F. X. 2021. Dynamics of Drought-Related Migration among five villages in the Savannah of Ghana. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (1):103-125.
Keywords: Climate Change ; Drought ; Environment ; Migration
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/207422

Ghana
KWANKYE, S. O., FREMPONG-AINGUAH, F., ARTHUR, E. & AMPORFU, E. 2021. Understanding the demographic dividend in Ghana, Sierra Leone and The Gambia: Prospects or missed opportunities? Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (1):25-49.
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/207371

Ghana
MANTEY, P. P. K. & TEYE, J. K. 2021. Forest Dependence among Rural Households in Southern Ghana: Implications for Conservation and Poverty Reduction. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (1):1-24.
Keywords: Forest dependence ; Forest resources ; Regression ; Rural Livelihoods
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/207369

Ghana
MENSAH, G. & MCWILSON, W. K. 2021. The dynamics of households’ adoption behaviour of solar home systems (SHSS) in Ashongman Estate in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (1):235-259.
Keywords: Adoption ; Diffusion of Innovation Theory ; Households ; Renewable Energy ; Solar Home Systems (SHSs) ; Sustainable Energy
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/207382

Ghana
MENSAH, J. & TEYE, J. K. 2021. A Geographic Theorization of Zongos in Urban Ghana: A Complex Systems Approach. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (2).
Keywords: Complexity Theory ; Ghana ; Migration ; Urban Segregation ; Zongo
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/213165

Ghana
SETRANA, M. B. & KYEI, J. R. K. O. 2021. Migration, Farmer-Herder Conflict and the Challenges of Peacebuilding in the Agogo Traditional Area, Ghana. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (2).
Keywords: Agogo Traditional Area ; diaspora ; farmer-herder conflict ; Fulani ; local peacebuilding
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/213269

Ghana
YAHAYA, A.-K., ZAKARIA, A. & BOASU, B. Y. 2021. Local actors in the co-management of mole national park and the impacts associated with it. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (3).
Keywords: Co-Management ; Impacts ; Livelihood Empowerment ; Local Actors ; National Park
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/219099

Kenya
MWAURA, O. K. & ODERA, P. A. 2021. Monitoring spatio-temporal compliance of urban development plans using GIS and remote sensing in Nairobi City County, Kenya. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (3).
Keywords: development compliance assessment ; development control ; geographic information systems ; remote sensing ; spatio-temporal analysis
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/219094

Nigeria
ABENU, A. & YUSUFU, F. A. 2021. Assessment of status and distribution of available micronutrients in soils under different land uses of savannah North Central Region of Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (2).
Keywords: Fertilizers ; land uses ; micronutrients ; rating ; soil depth
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/213167

Nigeria
AFOLABI, M. & OGUNKOYA, O. 2021. Spatial distribution of inselbergs in Igbajo district of Western Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (2).
Keywords: Inselbergs ; landforms ; Nearest Neighbour Analysis ; Poisson distribution ; spatial distribution ; Western Nigeria
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/213177

Nigeria
AIYEGBAJEJE, F. O. & DEINNE, C. E. 2021. Assessment of commuters’ perception of water transportation safety and patronage in Lagos Metropolis, Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (3).
Keywords: jetties ; Lagos metropolitan waters ; passenger safety ; perception ; water transportation
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/219097

Nigeria
AMANGABARA, G. T. & ONYEWUCHI, O. M. 2021. Morphological Changes along the shoreline of the arcuate Niger Delta from Parts of Delta State to Akwa Ibom State between 1986 and 2016. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (1):221-234.
Keywords: accretion ; Arcuate Niger Delta ; coastline ; erosion ; morphology ; shoreline
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/207381

Nigeria
BERNARD, S. H. & DAFUL, M. G. 2021. Assessment of the impact of ungoverned spaces on insurgency in Borno State, Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (2).
Keywords: Borno State ; Geographical Variables ; Insurgency ; Ungoverned Spaces
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/213164

Nigeria
DEINNE, C. E. 2021. Inequalities in access to infrastructural amenities and sustainable development in Delta State, Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (2).
Keywords: adequate infrastructure ; Inequalities in access to infrastructure ; level of confidence approach ; Nigeria ; sustainable development
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/213559

Nigeria
IBOR, U. W. & JAIYEOBA, P. 2021. Seasonal Patterns of Facility-Based Deliveries in Vital Registration System: Evidence from Kogi State, North-central Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (3).
Keywords: Conception ; Fertility ; Live Birth ; Seasonality
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/219098

Nigeria
KEHINDE, M. O. & UMAR, A. T. 2021. Assessment of Soil Moisture Storage In Nigeria Using Climatic Water Budgeting Approach. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (1):167-202.
Keywords: Accumulated potential water loss ; Potential evapotranspiration ; Soil moisture storage ; Water holding capacity
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/207379

Nigeria
MALAMI, S., RILWANU, T. U. Y., TANKO, A. I. & ADAMU, G. K. N. I. 2021. Evaluation of the implementation of water resource management in western part of Kano River Irrigation Project (KRIP 1), Kano State, Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (2).
Keywords: Implementation ; Initial Design ; Kano River ; Management ; Water Resource
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/213561

Nigeria
MOHAMMED, M. A. & YUSUF, M. A. 2021. Assessment of Some Soil Health Indicators and Their Distribution Along Salanta River, Kano- Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (2).
Keywords: Chromium ; heavy metals ; lead ; soil enzymes ; soil microbes ; soil quality
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/213610

Nigeria
OLATUNJI, S., YOADE, A. & ADEYEMI, S. 2021. Evaluation of Infrastructure in Ibadan Metropolis, Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (1):81-102.
Keywords: environment ; facilities ; Infrastructure ; management ; quality of life
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/207375

Nigeria
OLOYEDE, O. I. & DARE, O. 2021. Dimensions of human security and socio-economic development in Ilorin metropolis, Kwara State, Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (3).
Keywords: Crime ; Development ; Human Security ; Insecurity ; Socio-Economic
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/219092

Nigeria
ONAIWU, D. N. 2021. Rural-Urban Integration and Spatial Planning in Edo State, Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (1):50-62.
Keywords: Integrated planning ; sector planning ; settlement cohesion ; spatial linkages ; spatial planning
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/207373

Nigeria
ONIFADE, V. 2021. The effects of residential environmental factors on residents’ housing satisfaction in Ogun State, Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (2).
Keywords: Effects ; housing satisfaction ; neighbourhood ; Ogun State ; Residential environment
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/213560

Nigeria
OROBATOR, P. O. & EKPENKHIO, E. 2021. Land Use Effect on Quality of Plateau Soils: A Case Study of Ososo in Northern Edo State, Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (3).
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/219090

Nigeria
YAHAYA, O. Y. & MALIK, N. A. 2021. Factors influencing households’ vulnerability to desertification in rural communities of Northern Katsina, Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (3).
Keywords: Desertification ; farm households ; livelihood ; vulnerability
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/219091

South Africa
CHAPMAN, M. 2022. Writing, Interpreting Fiction in South Africa: The Last 30 Years. Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa, 34 (1):4-29.
Keywords: ‘thing’ theory ; fiction ; interpretation ; last thirty years ; postcolonialism ; South Africa ; white writing/black writing
https://doi.org/10.1080/1013929X.2022.2034892

South Africa
DEMIR, D. D. & MOREILLON, O. 2022. Reflecting on Anglophone (Post)Apartheid Literature Beyond 2000: A ‘World-Literary’ Perspective. Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa, 34 (1):62-74.
Keywords: (post)apartheid novels ; contemporary South African authors ; distant reading ; postcolonial studies ; South African literature beyond 2000 ; World-Literature
https://doi.org/10.1080/1013929X.2022.2035075

South Africa
HÖGBERG, A. & LOMBARD, M. 2022. Was there a shift from Levallois to Still Bay point knapping at Hollow Rock Shelter, South Africa? Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 57 (1):5-36.
Keywords: Hollow Rock Shelter ; Levallois-type points ; lithic analysis ; Middle Stone Age ; Mossel Bay techno-complex ; South Africa ; Still Bay points
https://doi.org/10.1080/0067270X.2022.2050558 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/0067270X.2022.2050558

South Africa
ZANDER, L. A. 2022. No Time Like the Present: The Ambiguous Aesthetics of Nadine Gordimer’s Late Style. Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa, 34 (1):42-54.
Keywords: Gordimer ; late style ; moral conscience ; No Time Like the Present ; fictional historiography: aesthetics ; society
https://doi.org/10.1080/1013929X.2022.2035072

Southern Africa
GODDARD, K. 2022. The Graces of Disgrace. Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa, 34 (1):30-41.
Keywords: art ; Coetzee ; Disgrace ; grace ; love ; mysticism
https://doi.org/10.1080/1013929X.2022.2034902

Southern Africa
MBAO, W. 2022. Feeling towards the Contemporary: Judging New South African Fiction. Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa, 34 (1):88-95.
Keywords: literary awards ; post-anti-apartheid ; South African contemporary fiction
https://doi.org/10.1080/1013929X.2022.2035078 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1013929X.2022.2035078

Southern Africa
MULLER, A. 2022. Futures Forestalled … for Now: South African Science Fiction and Futurism. Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa, 34 (1):75-87.
Keywords: Afrofuturism ; alternative history ; futurism ; science fiction ; South African literature ; speculative fiction
https://doi.org/10.1080/1013929X.2022.2035076

Southern Africa
NABUTANYI, E. 2022. Autocratic Fatherhood, Violent Sexuality, and Critique in Mark Behr’s The Smell of Apples. Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa, 34 (1):55-61.
Keywords: Afrikaner patriarchy ; allegory ; Behr ; child abuse ; sexual violence ; The Smell of Apples
https://doi.org/10.1080/1013929X.2022.2035073

Southern Africa
SKINNER, A. 2022. ‘Things of the outside teach me’: identity transfer and contextual transformation as expressions of persistent, syncretic cosmology in traditional spiritual and medicinal practice in the south-central Maloti-Drakensberg, southern Africa. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 57 (1):121-146.
Keywords: ethnography ; indigenous knowledge systems ; Maloti-Drakensberg Mountains ; relational ontology ; rock art ; southern Africa ; syncretism ; traditional medicine
https://doi.org/10.1080/0067270X.2022.2047532

Tanzania
COOPER, J. P. & GHIDONI, A. 2022. Ship graffiti at the Zanzibar Gereza (Old Fort), Stone Town, Unguja, Tanzania. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 57 (1):90-120.
Keywords: dhow ; frigate ; Indian Ocean ; Oman ; ship graffiti ; Tanzania ; Zanzibar Fort
https://doi.org/10.1080/0067270X.2022.2047526 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/0067270X.2022.2047526

Tanzania
KESSY, E. T. 2022. Salt production during the Plain Ware Phase along the Swahili coast of Tanzania. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 57 (1):59-89.
Keywords: coast/interior connectivity ; economic transformation ; Plain Ware Phase ; salt production ; Swahili coast ; Tanzania
https://doi.org/10.1080/0067270X.2022.2047535

Tanzania
MYEYA, H. E. 2021. Recent Temperature and Rainfall Characteristics in Dodoma Region, Central Tanzania (1961 – 2013). Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (1):63-80.
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/207374

Tanzania
SANGA, F. 2021. The relevance of indigenous knowledge in conserving natural forests in the face of modernisation: The case of Makete District, Southern Highlands of Tanzania. Ghana Journal of Geography, 13 (2).
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjg/article/view/213168