Latest articles published in Inkanyiso – Journal of African Thought
We are pleased to highlight and congratulate the authors for their original research, which was successfully published in the journal’s 14th volume in 2022.
Author: Nishai Moodley
This article follows the study of the anti-politics machine that explains why and how developmental projects fail, in the context of a little drought-stricken Karoo town called Vanwyksvlei, Northern Cape.
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Authors: Aphiwe Mpateni and Simon Murote Kang’ethe
This article focuses on the exploration of behavioural deficits that are manifested by the traditional male circumcision (TMC) initiates of the contemporary epoch. A qualitative research approach amid an exploratory and descriptive design followed by interpretivism paradigm was applied.
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Authors: Charles A. Masango and Victor W. Mbarika
This article examines the role of indigenous knowledge (IK) in increasing food security. It questions whether IK can be regarded as inferior to increasing food security given that food scientists and technologists use scientific methods in increasing food security.
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Author: Nkaze Chateh
This article presents the findings of a study that measured the extent gender differences in division of housework and religion affected marital conflict in Bamenda, Cameroon.
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Authors: Barbara D. Nunes and Maria Isabel B. Bellini
This article critiques the Mental Health Policy in Brazil with emphasis on the history of struggle for the right of people who have mental disorders and against violence in psychiatric institutions.
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