Recently published journal articles - week 44

Retrieved week 44 2018


KOHNERT, D. 2018. Trump's tariff impact on Africa and the ambiguous role of African agency. Review of African Political Economy, 45 (157):451-466.

NTLOEDIBE, F. N. 2018. Revisiting modes of enslavement: the role of raiding, kidnapping and wars in the European slave trade. African Identities, 16 (3):349-364.
Keywords: Slavery ; African chiefs ; African involvement ; resistance

SOUTHALL, R. 2018. (Middle-) Class analysis in Africa: does it work? Review of African Political Economy, 45 (157):467-477.

PARKER, L. & FOURIE, E. 2018. Sino-Angolan agricultural cooperation: still not reaping rewards for the Angolan agricultural sector. Review of African Political Economy, 45 (157):491-500.

SHALABY, A. S. & SHALABY, M. S. 2018. Service Provision and Prosperity in Urban Communities in the Greater Cairo Region. Urban Forum, 29 (3):239-258.
Keywords: Global south ; Community satisfaction ; Prosperous communities ; Responsive services ; Service provision ; Urban processes

GEBREGZIABHER, T. N. & HOUT, W. 2018. The rise of oligarchy in Ethiopia: the case of wealth creation since 1991. Review of African Political Economy, 45 (157):501-510.

BRAIMAH, I., OBENG NTI, K. & AMPONSAH, O. 2018. Poverty Penalty in Urban Water Market in Ghana. Urban Forum, 29 (2):147-168.
Keywords: Ghana ; Informal water vendors ; Poverty penalty ; Pro-poor policy ; Urban poor

FORKUOR, D. & AGYEMANG, S. 2018. Fighting Urban Poverty in Ghana: the Role of Non-governmental Organizations. Urban Forum, 29 (2):127-145.
Keywords: Beneficiaries ; NGOs ; Poverty intervention programs ; Urban poverty

ADEDIRE, F. M. 2018. Peri-urban Expansion in Ikorodu, Lagos: Extent, Causes, Effects, and Policy Response. Urban Forum, 29 (3):259-275.
Keywords: Environmental challenges ; Peri-urbanisation ; Policy response ; Settlements ; Spatial expansion

AGBIBOA, D. E. 2018. Conflict Analysis in ‘World Class’ Cities: Urban Renewal, Informal Transport Workers, and Legal Disputes in Lagos. Urban Forum, 29 (1):1-18.
Keywords: Informal transport ; Lagos ; Neoliberal urbanism ; Right to the City ; World Class City

ALBERT, O. 2018. The dominance of foreign capital and its impact on indigenous technology development in the production of liquefied natural gas in Nigeria. Review of African Political Economy, 45 (157):478-490.

FARRELL, K. 2018. An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of Nigeria’s Rapid Urban Transition. Urban Forum, 29 (3):277-298.
Keywords: Nigeria ; Components of urban growth ; Rapid urban growth ; Rapid urbanization ; Urban transition ; Urbanization curve

LEVAN, A. C., PAGE, M. T. & HA, Y. 2018. From terrorism to talakawa: explaining party turnover in Nigeria's 2015 elections. Review of African Political Economy, 45 (157):432-450.
Keywords: Nigeria ; democratisation ; elections ; political economy ; démocratisation ; économie politique ; élections ; parties ; partis

ANSOMS, A., CIOFFO, G., DAWSON, N., DESIERE, S., HUGGINS, C., LEEGWATER, M., MURISON, J., BISOKA, A. N., TREIDL, J. & DAMME, J. V. 2018. The Rwandan agrarian and land sector modernisation: confronting macro performance with lived experiences on the ground. Review of African Political Economy, 45 (157):408-431.
Keywords: agriculture ; Rwanda ; developmental state ; statistics ; agricultural modernisation ; État développementaliste ; Green Revolution ; land reform ; modernisation ; réforme foncière ; révolution verte ; statistiques

FINN, B. 2018. Quietly Chasing Kigali: Young Men and the Intolerance of Informality in Rwanda’s Capital City. Urban Forum, 29 (2):205-218.
Keywords: Exclusion ; Informality ; Self-censorship ; Youth

South Africa
BOWDEN, R., EVEN-ZAHAV, E. & KELLY, C. 2018. Innovative Food Procurement Strategies of Women Living in Khayelitsha, Cape Town. Urban Forum, 29 (3):315-332.
Keywords: Gender ; Women ; Cape Town ; Food access ; Urban foodways

South Africa
BOYLE, L. & MICHELL, K. 2018. A Management Concept for Driving Sustainability in Marginalised Communities in South Africa. Urban Forum, 29 (2):185-204.
Keywords: South Africa ; Urban poverty ; Emerging countries ; Systems thinking ; Urban facilities management ; Urban governance ; Urban sustainability ; Urbanisation

South Africa
ERNSTEN, C. 2018. The “Bigger Picture”: How the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the 2014 World Design Capital Events Conditioned Cape Town’s Urban Transformation. Urban Forum, 29 (1):63-84.
Keywords: Future time ; Global events ; Urban design ; Urban heritage ; Urban transformation

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FRENZEL, F. 2018. On the Question of Using the Concept ‘Slum Tourism’ for Urban Tourism in Stigmatised Neighbourhoods in Inner City Johannesburg. Urban Forum, 29 (1):51-62.
Keywords: Displacement ; Johannesburg ; Regeneration ; Slum tourism ; Urban tourism

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GEYER, H. S. & MOLAYI, R. S. A. 2018. Job-Employed Resident Imbalance and Travel Time in Gauteng: Exploring the Determinants of Longer Travel Time. Urban Forum, 29 (1):33-50.
Keywords: Average travel time ; Internal capture ; Job-employed ratio ; South Africa

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HLABANGANE, N. 2018. Of witch doctors, traditional weapons and traditional medicine: decolonial meditations on the role of the media after the Marikana massacre, South Africa. African Identities, 16 (3):234-259.
Keywords: South Africa ; media ; Marikana ; mines ; traditional ; work

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HLATSHWAYO, M. 2018. The new struggles of precarious workers in South Africa: nascent organisational responses of community health workers. Review of African Political Economy, 45 (157):378-392.
Keywords: precarious workers ; agents de santé communautaires ; community health workers ; Femmes ; organiser ; organising ; travailleurs précaires ; Women

South Africa
KERAMATFAR, H. & BEYAD, M. 2018. The worm in the apple: wretched bonds in J. M. Coetzee’s Disgrace. African Identities, 16 (3):318-332.
Keywords: Apartheid ; domination ; sadomasochism ; social deformation ; symbiotic relatedness

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MARCATELLI, M. 2018. The land–water nexus: a critical perspective from South Africa. Review of African Political Economy, 45 (157):393-407.
Keywords: South Africa ; land ; Afrique du Sud ; terre ; Accès ; Access ; commodification ; droits foncier ; eau ; marchandisation ; property ; water

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PIETERSE, M. 2018. Socio-economic Rights Adjudication and Democratic Urban Governance: Reassessing the “Second Wave” Jurisprudence of the South African Constitutional Court. VRÜ Verfassung und Recht in Übersee, 51 (1):12-34.

IBRAHIM, M. B., ZULU, L. C. & BEIN, F. L. 2018. Settlement in Transition: a Transformation of a Village into a Small Town in Western Sudan. Urban Forum, 29 (1):85-106.
Keywords: Shubbola ; Small town ; Sudan ; Transformation ; Urbanization ; Village

GWALEBA, M. J. & MASUM, F. 2018. Participation of Informal Settlers in Participatory Land Use Planning Project in Pursuit of Tenure Security. Urban Forum, 29 (2):169-184.
Keywords: Dar es Salaam ; Baruti ; Community participation ; Informal settlements ; Participatory land use planning ; Tenure security

SIAME, G. 2018. Co-production as an Alternative Planning Approach in the Cities of the South: the Case of Kampala (Uganda). Urban Forum, 29 (3):219-238.
Keywords: City planning ; Co-production ; Conflict ; Global south ; Power ; State-society relations

CRANKSHAW, O. & BOREL-SALADIN, J. 2017. Measuring Trends in Urban Inequality and Poverty in the Copperbelt, Zambia. Urban Forum, 28 (4):345-361.

MUNSHIFWA, E. K., MAKASHINI-MASIBA, L. & CHILESHE, C. 2018. Exploring the Interface Between Formal and Informal Real Estate Markets in Facilitating Legally Binding Transactions in Zambian Cities. Urban Forum, 29 (1):19-32.
Keywords: Formal agents ; Informal agents ; Real estate transactions ; Urban ; Zambia

MANGENA, T. 2018. Cultural appropriation and (mis)translation in Petina Gappah’s ‘Washington’s wife decides enough is enough’. African Identities, 16 (3):290-302.
Keywords: modernity ; (mis)translation ; Nudity curse ; social and cultural appropriation ; tradition

MOYO, I. 2018. Resistance and Resilience by Informal Traders in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe: Beyond Weapons of the Weak. Urban Forum, 29 (3):299-313.
Keywords: Zimbabwe ; Bulawayo ; Informal traders ; Resistance ; Weapons of the weak

MPOFU, P. & SALAWU, A. 2018. Culture of sensationalism and indigenous language press in Zimbabwe: implications on language development. African Identities, 16 (3):333-348.
Keywords: Indigenous language press ; Kwayedza ; language development ; tabloidisation ; uMthunywa

NDLOVU, M. 2018. Gukurahundi, new media and the ‘discourses of silence’: The reproduction of the hegemonic narratives of the Matabeleland post-colonial violence on selected Zimbabwean news websites. African Identities, 16 (3):275-289.
Keywords: memory ; Gukurahundi ; Matabeleland ; forgetting ; new media

NYAMBI, O. 2018. Characterisation of unconventional exor-anthroponyms in sport: the spectacle and aesthetics of player nicknames in Zimbabwean soccer. African Identities, 16 (3):260-274.
Keywords: identity ; conceptual metaphor ; nicknaming ; soccer fandom ; Zimbabwean soccer

SAIDI, U. 2018. A semiotic reading of ‘munhu wese kuna amai’ in Zimbabwean political discursive realities. African Identities, 16 (3):303-317.
Keywords: performance ; ideology ; communicative ; expression ; mother ; Semiotic

SHAND, W. 2018. Efficacy in Action: Mobilising Community Participation for Inclusive Urban Development. Urban Forum, 29 (2):109-126.
Keywords: Efficacy ; Inclusive development ; Low income communities ; SDI ; Zimbabwe