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Search: su=Luo (Kenyan and Tanzanian people)
Found: 25 Record 1-25

Periodical articleNdege, P.O. (2008)
Making texts speak: the interpretation and significance of Jok, Simbi, and Nyamgondho in the historical experience of the Luo of Southern Nyanza
Egerton Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education. Volume 7 #2-3. p. 48-63.

Periodical articlePii, Kathrine Hoffmann (2008)
Managing young motherhood in Bondo District, western Kenya
Abstract presentMila: a Journal of the Institute of African Studies. Volume 9. p. 47-54.

Periodical articleOlungah, Owuor (2006)
Caring for the Unborn: Antenatal Care in a Socio-Cultural Context
Abstract presentMila: a Journal of the Institute of African Studies. Volume 7. p. 21-31.

Periodical articleOuma, Jerusha Akoth (2006)
Socio-cultural factors that influence child survival in Nyang'oma sub-location, Bondo district
Abstract presentMila: a Journal of the Institute of African Studies. Volume 7. p. 41-48.

Periodical articleTeglhus, Lene (2006)
'Our Children Cannot Survive on Breast Milk Alone'
Abstract presentMila: a Journal of the Institute of African Studies. Volume 7. p. 32-40.

Periodical articleOwinyo, M. (2005)
An exploration of the tree symbolism: comparative study of the bible tradition and Luo culture
African Christian Studies. Volume 21 #4. December. p. 78-88.

Periodical articleNyambedha, Erick O. (2004)
See this publicationChange and Continuity in Kin-Based Support Systems for Widows and Orphans among the Luo in Western Kenya
Abstract presentAfrican Sociological Review. Volume 8 #1. p. 139-153.

Periodical articleOreyo, O. (2004)
Omieri - the 'rain-bringer'
Swara. Volume 27 #2. April-June. p. 28-30.

Periodical articleOndiek, J.O. (2001)
Burial among the Luo
NMK Horizons. Volume 5 #1. March. p. 13.

Periodical articleAfulo, J.O. (1999)
Contextualizing the sacrament of anointing of the sick in the light of Vatican II
Hekima Review. #21. May. p. 35-45.

Periodical articleNyong'o, J.O. (1999)
Luo traditions under pressure
Finance (Nairobi, Kenya). April 25. p. 30-31.

Periodical articleNyong'o, J.O. (1998)
Luo's leadership
Finance (Nairobi, Kenya). October 18. p. 18-20.

Periodical articleOmondi, F.O. (1998)
Correcting a cultural misconception: male circumcision among the Luo
NMK Horizons. #2. March. p. 16-17.

Periodical articleOrawo, C.N. (1996-1997)
Ondoro: a Luo musical genre
Journal of Performing Arts. Volume 2 #2. p. 1-11.

Periodical articleAyot, T.O. (1995)
The place of women in cultural history: the Luo community of Lake Victoria, Kenya
Kenya Adult Educator. Volume 2 #1. p. 14-29.

Periodical articleAwino, J.O. (1994)
Towards an analytical African theology: the Luo concept of God as a case in point
AFER. Volume 36 #3. June. p. 171-180.

Periodical articleOnyango, G.A. (1993)
Why Luos voted against Moi and KANU
Finance (Nairobi, Kenya). January 31. p. 31-32.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1992)
Moi bounces
Society (Nairobi, Kenya). Volume 2 #7. April 13. p. 21-22.

Periodical articleAtieno-Odhiambo, E.S. (1992)
The context of the Luo girl from infancy to marriage
Maseno Journal of Education, Arts, and Science. Volume 1 #2. December. p. 187-194.

Periodical articleAchiando, O. (1991)
War and peace
Drum. December. p. 14-15.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1991)
The sayings of Onyango Midika!
Drum. February. p. 28-29.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1991)
Okwangyo, 'no more feasting at funerals ... '
Drum. June. p. 17.

Periodical articleK'odede, A.; Anguma, J. (1991)
Casting away evil spirits, Tero Buru
Jambo Umlaut. #3. January. p. 7-9.

Periodical articleK'Olale, M. (1991)
Feasts or funerals?
Society (Nairobi, Kenya). Volume 1 #8. December 30. p. 30.

Periodical articleK'Olale, M. (1991)
Confused Luos: Luo MPs are double-talkers
Society (Nairobi, Kenya). Volume 1 #5. December 9. p. 14.

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