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African Studies = Afrika-Studien : dedicated to the IVth International Congress of Africanists in Kinshasa /

de Büttner, Thea (edt.)Universität LeipzigSektion Afrika-und Nahostwissenschaften. (edt.); Zentraler Rat für Asien-, Afrika- und Lateinamerikawwissenschaften (Berlin) (edt.). ; Congrès international des africanistes 1978 ; Kinshasa). Auteur.
Collation: viii, 278 p. ; 22 cm. -Collection: Studies on Asia, Africa, and Latin America, ISSN 0138-5550 ; 32Édition: Berlin : Akademie-Verlag, 1978.Contenu: Preface (p.VII-VIII) -- The EEC-ACP Convention of Lomé - not the pattern for a new international economic order / Walter, H.-U. (p.1-14) -- The significance of raw materials in the struggle of African states for the achievement of economic independence / B. Schwope, G. Thole (p.15-27) -- The position of the textile industry in the Egyptian economy - A review of five decades / Voigt, M. (p.29-42) -- Racial discrimination and imperialist attempts at “reform” / Weinberger, G. (p.43-57) -- The creation of new dependent relations through the founding of so-called independent Bantustans / Garmasch, H. (p.59-73) -- New Trends in African Constitutionalism. The Case of Mozambique and Angola / Brehme, G. (p.75-88) -- Nation-building and the role of the State in Africa. Some views of African politicians and ideologists on the ethnic processes / Hutschenreuter, K. (p.89-109) -- Education and the struggle for independence. Some Aspects concerning the Conferences of African Ministers of Education / Mehnert, W. (p.111-125) -- Notes on the Development of the East African Novel / Arnold, R. (p.127-138) -- The crisis in bourgeois African anthropology after the Second World War and new trends in the researching of African societies / Herzog, J. (p.139-153) -- Problems of Ethnic Consolidation and Integration in the Western Desert of Egypt / W. Rusch, L. Stein (p.155-167) -- The so-called traditional sector in the system of colonial and neo-colonialist dependence and exploitation / Ernst, K. (p.169-179) -- Urban pauperism and dependence in Africa / Heilmann, P. (p.181-194) -- Bourgeoisie and bureaucracy in the countries of Subsaharan Africa / Kunze, J. (p.195-206) -- The feudal and semi-feudal aristocracy of Africa in the historical development up to the present time. A Case-Study from Zanzibar / Büttner, T. (p.207-219) -- The slave trade between Dahomey and the “Congo Free State” in the period of the expansion and stabilisation of colonial rule as reported in German sources / Loth, H. (p.221-234) -- The first plans of exploitation by German colonialism for East Africa (1885-1886). A critical examination of the sources / Büttner, K. (p.235-250) -- The development of German colonies in Africa. Some observations on trends and consequences / Stoecker, H. (p.251-260) -- Historical background to the present under-development in the light of an appeal and memorandum by Henry Sylvester Williams to the German Kaiser / Rüger, A. (p.261-278) Sujet géographique RAMEAU: Afrique Actes de congrès Thématique: Histoire | Economie | Linguistique, langues | Politique | Société, modes de vieThématique spécifique: Développement | Politique linguistique | Histoire coloniale | Indépendance Géographique: Afrique Langue: Bambara | Swahili | Yorùbá | AmhariqueType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Allemagne
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Preface (p.VII-VIII) --
The EEC-ACP Convention of Lomé - not the pattern for a new international economic order / Walter, H.-U. (p.1-14) --
The significance of raw materials in the struggle of African states for the achievement of economic independence / B. Schwope, G. Thole (p.15-27) --
The position of the textile industry in the Egyptian economy - A review of five decades / Voigt, M. (p.29-42) --
Racial discrimination and imperialist attempts at “reform” / Weinberger, G. (p.43-57) --
The creation of new dependent relations through the founding of so-called independent Bantustans / Garmasch, H. (p.59-73) --
New Trends in African Constitutionalism. The Case of Mozambique and Angola / Brehme, G. (p.75-88) --
Nation-building and the role of the State in Africa. Some views of African politicians and ideologists on the ethnic processes / Hutschenreuter, K. (p.89-109) --
Education and the struggle for independence. Some Aspects concerning the Conferences of African Ministers of Education / Mehnert, W. (p.111-125) --
Notes on the Development of the East African Novel / Arnold, R. (p.127-138) --
The crisis in bourgeois African anthropology after the Second World War and new trends in the researching of African societies / Herzog, J. (p.139-153) --
Problems of Ethnic Consolidation and Integration in the Western Desert of Egypt / W. Rusch, L. Stein (p.155-167) --
The so-called traditional sector in the system of colonial and neo-colonialist dependence and exploitation / Ernst, K. (p.169-179) --
Urban pauperism and dependence in Africa / Heilmann, P. (p.181-194) --
Bourgeoisie and bureaucracy in the countries of Subsaharan Africa / Kunze, J. (p.195-206) --
The feudal and semi-feudal aristocracy of Africa in the historical development up to the present time. A Case-Study from Zanzibar / Büttner, T. (p.207-219) --
The slave trade between Dahomey and the “Congo Free State” in the period of the expansion and stabilisation of colonial rule as reported in German sources / Loth, H. (p.221-234) --
The first plans of exploitation by German colonialism for East Africa (1885-1886). A critical examination of the sources / Büttner, K. (p.235-250) --
The development of German colonies in Africa. Some observations on trends and consequences / Stoecker, H. (p.251-260) --
Historical background to the present under-development in the light of an appeal and memorandum by Henry Sylvester Williams to the German Kaiser / Rüger, A. (p.261-278)

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