3 edition of Geographical perspectives on development in Southern Africa found in the catalog.
Geographical perspectives on development in Southern Africa
Commonwealth Geographical Bureau. Regional Conference
by Commonwealth Geographical Bureau at James Cook University of North Queensland, Australia in [Australia]
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Geoffrey J. Williams and Adrian P. Wood.|
|Contributions||Williams, Geoffrey J., Wood, Adrian P.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 92/03511 (G)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 284 p. :|
|Number of Pages||284|
|LC Control Number||89215252|
Geoforum, Vol.. No. 2, pp. , Printed in Great Britain /86S+ Pergamon Journals Ltd. Editor's Introduction Geography and Development Studies in Southern Africa: a Progressive Prospectus PAUL WELLINGS* Durban, South Africa Abstract: Southern Africa provides many fascinating opportunities for critical research, and some exciting material Cited by: This book is for geography and social studies teachers who wish to impart to their students a realistic appreciation of Africa and Africans. It is divided into four parts. The first comprises eleven essays, by African and some foreign scholars, that provide a conspectus of current issues and preoccupations in Africa today. Topics include the meaning of Africa for Americans; the .
This book is the first economic history of South Africa in over sixty years. Professor Charles H. Feinstein offers an authoritative survey of five hundred years of South African economic history from the years preceding European settlements in through to the post-Apartheid era. He charts the early phase of slow growth, and then the transformation of the . A unique and comprehensive introduction to contemporary development issues in East and Southern Africa, and represents a significant departure from the often descriptive approach adopted by existing regional and development texts on African regions. Each contribution is carefully chosen to Pages:
‘Intellectual Property and Sustainable Development is a page compendium cooperatively compiled and edited book featuring informed and informative perspectives from an impressive roster of academicians and experts on a range of intellectual property issues from international case studies drawn from Africa, Asia, Central America, and the Middle East. The geographical factors here to be considered as affect? ing the development of South Africa are: Its position with respect to other parts of the world and its distance from them; its dimensions, boundaries and climates, and a few of the larger features of its topography. The position of South Africa in the southern hemisphere.
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This book offers a multifaceted examination of Africa’s development into the post global agenda from a geographical perspective. As a diversified and highly applied discipline, geography has a lot to offer to global debates, nuanced analysis of problems on and the search for innovative solutions to advance the African development agenda.
Southern Africa, southernmost region of the African continent, comprising the countries of Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
The island nation of Madagascar is excluded because of its distinct language and cultural heritage. The high southern and eastern plateaus, rarely falling below m (2, ft), have a mean elevation of about 1, m (3, ft).
The South African Plateau, as far as about 12° S, is bounded east, west and south by bands of high ground which fall steeply to the this account South Africa has a general resemblance to an inverted saucer.
PDF | On Sep 2,Michael K. Musgrave and others published African Customary Law in South Africa. Post-Apartheid and Living Law Perspectives by C. Himonga and T. Nhlapo, T., (eds.). Cape. This book explores different interpretations of sustainable development in both theory and practice, in developed and developing countries, and in rural and urban areas.
It pays particular attention to the local, national and international politics of implementation, the future of climate and energy, the role of business, and different.
This edited collection examines contemporary directions in geographical research on South Africa. It encompasses a cross section of selected themes of critical importance not only to the discipline of Geography in South Africa, but also of relevance to other areas of the Global South.
Eastern and Southern Africa: Development Challenges in a Volatile Region is the fifth book in the Developing Areas Research Group¿s Regional Development Series. This series adopts a largely thematic approach to development issues rather than Author: Deborah Potts.
Jasper Knight is Professor of Physical Geography at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. He is a physical geographer with research interests in the dynamics of geomorphic and sedimentary systems, in particular in glacial, mountain, river and coastal environments, and in a global context.
the relative novelty of tourism geography research in Southern Africa as well as its possibilities for future development.
Over a decade later this paper seeks to reﬂect on the. This topical book addresses contemporary concern with the interconnections between geography and morality.
Covers both the geographical context of morality, and moralities in geographical methods and practices. Contains up-to-date case studies based on original : $ South Africa is one of the biggest economies on the African continent.
But – despite a period of strong growth from – their average annual growth rate for real GDP between the years has been relatively poor and certainly well below the African average.
A cluster of African countries has achieved much stronger growth. In South Africa, the state—during apartheid and in the postapartheid period—has been largely strong and powerful.
State legislation and policies, and their implementation at the local scale have provided a rich terrain for studies in urban-political : Cecil Seethal. Perspectives on recreation and tourism geographies in South Africa, South African Geographical Journal, 84, 67–76] outlining the relative novelty of tourism geography research in Southern Africa as well as its possibilities for future development.
With the publication of over articles by local tourism geographers, a decade later this Cited by: South Africa occupies the southern tip of Africa, its coastline stretching more than 2, kilometres (1, miles) from the desert border with Namibia on the Atlantic (western) coast southwards around the tip of Africa and then northeast to the border with Mozambique on the Indian Ocean.
The low-lying coastal zone is narrow for much of that distance, soon giving way Area: Ranked 25th. Open to all artistic manifestations for the first time, the exhibition is accepting submissions of installations, performances, book-objects, and other experiments.
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Komla has written more than academic journal articles and research reports on a wide range of development related topics. He is author of Re-thinking Development in Africa: An Oral History Approach from Botoku, Rural Ghana (Langaa, ).
Watch Komla talk about his book Re-thinking Development in Africa here. The authors explore cross-border economic activities, migration governance issues, the regional integration project of the SADC, and implications for sustainable development in Africa. Examining the apparent success of immigrant entrepreneurs operating in cities of economically depressed countries such as Zimbabwe, it also discusses the role of.
Historical varieties of space, scale and speculation in South Africa: the uneven and combined geographical development of financialised capitalism Patrick Bond; Transformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa; Transformation; Number 81/82, ; pp. ; /trn; Article ; View Citation; Additional InformationCited by: 5.
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Water, Conflict and Cooperation: Geographical Perspectives SHIRA B. YOFFE Doctoral student in Geography, Department of Geosciences, Oregon State University water appears in Chapter 26 of the book of Genesis, where the herdsmen of Gerar stable territorial boundary in Southern Africa - and its impact on development in.
This publication that is hosted on Sabinet African Journals is only available to sub-Saharan South African Geographical Journal was founded in and is the flagship journal of the Society of South African Geographers.
It publishes peer reviewed papers of high academic quality in all areas of geography. The South African Geographical Journal aims at using .An international team of distinguished scholars have each contributed a chapter to produce an advanced, full length, physical geography of Africa.
The first part provides an overview of both pan-Africa patterns in the physical environment and those attributes of African physical geography that are distinctive by considering the development of.Gender equity has been acknowledged as critical to the equitable and sustainable development of Anglophone Africa, with much work at various levels in the region since the early s.
In higher education, this has included the introduction of courses on women and gender, an increase in studies on gender and place, and networking among feminist scholars and by: 2.