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INDIGENOUS PSYCHIATRY: Transcultural Study of Traditional Practitioners in West African Healing Communities with Focus on Ghana By Desmond Ayim-Aboagye
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Traditional practitioners have contributed a great deal to the treatment of mentally ill patients in the West African communities. This book is a unique scientific contribution in that it focuses on... More > indigenous practitioners that little research has been done. With empirical data from these cultures, the book combines critical analysis of theories concerning the manner these practitioners carry out their work in certain treatment centres. A primary contribution of the book is its insistence on how the various governments in this region should consider the need of the African patient in any major attempts to develop the integration of the Primary Health Care and the Traditional Health Care Sectors. Ideal for mental care workers, social workers, psychiatrists, cross-cultural psychologists, and sociologists who want potent knowledge that concerns the treatment performed by the traditional practitioners. The book will also serve as a valuable foundation of knowledge in courses that examine this topic.< Less
INDIGENOUS PSYCHIATRY: Transcultural Study of Traditional Practitioners in West African Healing Communities with Focus on Ghana By Desmond Ayim-Aboagye
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Traditional practitioners have contributed a great deal to the treatment of mentally ill patients in the West African communities. This book is a unique scientific contribution in that it focuses on... More > indigenous practitioners that little research has been done. With empirical data from these cultures, the book combines critical analysis of theories concerning the manner these practitioners carry out their work in certain treatment centres. A primary contribution of the book is its insistence on how the various governments in this region should consider the need of the African patient in any major attempts to develop the integration of the Primary Health Care and the Traditional Health Care Sectors. Ideal for mental care workers, social workers, psychiatrists, cross-cultural psychologists, and sociologists who want potent knowledge that concerns the treatment performed by the traditional practitioners. The book will also serve as a valuable foundation of knowledge in courses that examine this topic.< Less
L'empire du Wagadu By Cristel Claman, Michel Falémé
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L’empire du Wagadu était un riche et puissant état d’Afrique de l’Ouest qui englobe la Mauritanie, le Sénégal et le Mali actuels. Deux thèses... More > existent quant à l’origine de sa création : selon la tradition orale, il aurait été créé par un homme nommé Dinga Cissé, selon une autre source, la création de l’empire serait le fait de berbères venus du Sahara. L’empire fut ensuite dominé par les Soninkés, peuple animiste. Kumbi Saleh était sa capitale, où régnèrent de très puissants monarques appelés « Ghana ».< Less
A STUDY ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION AND RETENTION IN THE TELECOMMUNICATION INDUSTRY; AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF THE NEW JUABEN MUNICIPALITY By COLLINS MARFO AGYEMAN
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This is about the Telecommunication Industry in the New Juaben Municipality of Ghana. From being a monopoly, the market has switched into a more competitive market with more competitors that offer... More > more services. Increased in the number of networks together with high expectation of consumers for quality services have brought about a very keen competition in the industry. There has been a lot of rivalry from the various competitors such as MTN, Vodafone, Tigo, Zain, and Kasapa. There is the continuous switching or defecting of customers from one network to the other if one’s service is deemed as less quality. It is easier for Telecommunication providers to acquire customers but are they really satisfied with their offerings in order to be retained overtime?< Less
The Early Middle Ages: History Activity Pages for Kingfisher History or Notebooking By T. Ann Burgess
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History Activity Pages are a loose set of activity pages that can be used with the Kingfisher History Encyclopedia. Each page corresponds to a section of the encyclopedia and should be used after... More > reading the related section. Also, each page corresponds to the Online History Lessons available on our website - bratcatink.weebly.com. The History Activity Pages have been left in a loose format for ease of use in Notebooking. The activity pages contain the following sections: Questions, Map Activity, Matching or Creative Activity, Time Line Activity. These activity pages are complete and user friendly for both parent or teacher. This set covers the following: The Byzantine Empire, Monasticism, the Sui & Tang Dynasty, Islam, the Jews, The Americas, Bulgars & Slavs, The Carolingians, Abbasid Dynasty, Ghana, Fujiwara Japan, Maygars & Bohemians, Anglo Saxon Britain, Holy Roman Empire, Capetian France, Vikings, Normans, Seljuk Turks and the Song Dynasty. The time period is from AD 501 - 1100.< Less
Sacrificing for Peace, yet Unappreciated, Unknown, Ridiculed and Abused; Citizens of British Togoland By H. Kwame Afaglo, Korsi Kedem
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This book presents the historical and legal questions of British Togoland’s existence as an independent nation-state before it was surreptitiously annexed by Ghana under the supervision of... More > usurping British empire and on the perceivably blind side of the United Nations is one issue that is still hanging unresolved, to enable a group of people who were hitherto freely born and freely existed own their own to enjoy the fundamental right of self-determination. Prior to the independence of the Gold Coast re-named Ghana, the British Togoland was a separate nation-state on its owned and usurped by European explorers as Germany and Britain, of whom out of unimaginable authority presumably took ownership and shared Togoland into Western and Eastern Togoland with the Eastern side handed to the French after the second world war in 1945.< Less
Sacrificing for Peace, yet Unappreciated, Unknown, Ridiculed and Abused; Citizens of British Togoland By H. Kwame Afaglo, Korsi Kedem
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This book provides an insight into the question of British Togoland’s existence as an independent nation-state before it was surreptitiously annexed by Ghana under the supervision of usurping... More > British empire and on the perceivably blind side of the United Nations is one issue that is still hanging unresolved, to enable a group of people who were hitherto freely born and freely existed own their own to enjoy the fundamental right of self-determination. Prior to the independence of the Gold Coast re-named Ghana, the British Togoland was a separate nation-state on its owned and usurped by European explorers as Germany and Britain, of whom out of unimaginable authority presumably took ownership and shared Togoland into Western and Eastern Togoland with the Eastern side handed to the French after the second world war in 1945.< Less