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Periodical articleMalakpa, Sakui W.G. (2005)
Turning Brain Drain Into a Brain Gain
Abstract presentLiberian Studies Journal. Volume 30 #2. p. 29-39.

Periodical articleMiller, Kimberly A. (2005)
T-Shirts, Testimony, and Truth: Memories of Violence Made Visible
Textiles: A Journal of Cloth and Culture. Volume 3 #3. p. 253-273.

Dissertation / thesisMonyane, Temelo (2005)
Culture, Gender and Patriarchy: A Study of Sixteen Female Teachers in Gender Specific Schools of Lesotho
M.Phil. Thesis: University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa. 109p.

BookMugawe, David and Powell, Antoinette (2005)
See this documentBorn to High Risk: Violence Against Girls in Africa
Addis Ababa: African Child Abuse Forum. 68p.

Dissertation / thesisMulinge, Masai M. (2005)
The Determinants of the Acceptance of Organizational Change Among University of Botswana Employees: Exploring for Gender Differences
M.A. Thesis: University of Botswana, Gaborone, Botswana. 77p.

Periodical articleMurphy, Paud (2005)
Education, Educators and Financing Modalities: Reflections on Experience in Uganda
Journal of International Development. Volume 17 #1. January. p. 131-147.

Book chapterMurunga, Godwin R. (2005)
African Women in the Academy and Beyond: Review Essay
In: Oyewumi, Oyeronke (ed.). African Gender Studies: A Reader. Basingstoke, Great Britain: Palgrave Macmillan. p. 397-416.

BookMüller, Tanja R. (2005)
See this documentThe Making of Elite Women: Revolution and Nation Building in Eritrea
Leiden: Brill. #4. 299p.

Periodical articleNaidu, Sam (2005)
See this documentOn Becoming an African-Asian English Academic at Rhodes University
African Sociological Review. Volume 9 #1. p. 97-104.

Periodical articleNash, Andrew (2005)
See this documentDialogue Alone: D.C.S. Oosthuizen's Engagement with Three Philosophical Generations
African Sociological Review. Volume 9 #1. p. 62-72.

Dissertation / thesisNell, Reinette D. (2005)
Stress, Coping Resources and Adjustment of Married Mothers in the Teaching Profession
M.A. Thesis: Nelson Mandela University, Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 159p.

Periodical articleNnadi, F.N. and Akwiwu, C.D. (2005)
Rural Women's Response to Selected Crop Production Technologies in Imo State, Nigeria
Global Approaches to Extension Practice. Volume 1 #1. p. 47-54.

Periodical articleOdhiambo, E.S. Atieno (2005)
See this documentAfrica's 'Brain Gain': Whose Shibboleth? Debate Piece
Kleio. Volume 37. p. 131-148.

Periodical articleOfeh, Moses A. (2005)
See this documentUniversities in Cameroon: A Key to Economic Growth and Reducer of Poverty: The Case of University of Dschang
Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa. Volume 7 #2. Fall. 10p.

Periodical articleOlolube, Nwachuikwu P. (2005)
See this documentBenchmarking the Motivational Competencies of Academically Qualified Teachers and Professionally Qualified Teachers in Nigerian Secondary Schools
African Symposium: An On-Line African Educational Research Journal. Volume 5 #3. September.

Periodical articleOlolube, Nwachukwu P. (2005)
See this documentSchool Effectiveness and Quality Improvement: Quality Teaching in Nigerian Secondary Schools
African Symposium: An On-Line African Educational Research Journal. Volume 5 #4. December. p. 17-31.

Periodical articleOni, C.S. (2005)
See this documentThe Training of Instructors for Post-Secondary Technical Vocational Institutions in Nigeria
African Symposium: An On-Line African Educational Research Journal. Volume 5 #1. March.

Periodical articleOwusu, Francis (2005)
Livelihood Strategies and Performance of Ghana's Health and Education Sectors: Exploring the Connections
Public Administration and Development. Volume 25 #2. May. p. 157-174.

Conference paperPatch, Kate (2005)
'Why am I Here?' Student Volunteerism in a Ghanaian Coastal Community
Paper presented at the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 30-December 4 2005, Washington, D.C. Arlington, Virginia.

Periodical articleRehle, T. and Shisana, O. (2005)
See this documentEstimates of Eligibility for Antiretroviral Treatment (ART) and Projected ART Impact on AIDS Mortality Among South African Educators
Sahara: Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS Research Alliance. Volume 2 #3. November. p. 304-310.

Periodical articleRuth, Damian (2005)
See this documentGender and Perceptions of Academic Work in South Africa
Abstract presentJournal of Higher Education in Africa. Volume 3 #3. p. 57-85.

BookSackey, Harry A. (2005)
Female Labour Force Participation in Ghana: The Effects of Education
Nairobi: African Economic Research Consortium. September. 46p.

Periodical articleSall, Ebrima and Mangu, André Mbata Bekutumesu (2005)
See this documentThe Quest for Academic Freedom Today
Journal of Higher Education in Africa. Volume 3 #2. p. 1-16.

BookSchmidt, Monique Maria (American) (2005)
Last Moon Dancing: A Memoir of Love and Real Life in Africa
Santa Monica, CA: Clover Park Press. 227p.

Periodical articleSemela, Tesfaye (2005)
See this documentExtra-Role Behaviour in Educational Organisations in Southern Ethiopia: Some Implications for School Effectiveness
Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review. Volume 21 #2. June. p. 15-37.

Periodical articleSingh, Anand (2005)
Towards a Theory of National Consciousness: Values and Beliefs in Education as a Contribution to 'Cultural Capital' in Post-Apartheid South Africa
Journal of Asian and African Studies. Volume 40 #5. p. 323-343.

Dissertation / thesisSmith, Florence M. (2005)
The Role of Women in Educational Management and Leadership at Ekurhuleni West Schools in Tembisa
M.Ed. Thesis: University of Johannesburg, Johannesburg, South Africa. 69p.

Dissertation / thesisSpooner, Jeannette B. (2005)
Perceived Nature and Extent of Gender Based Inequalities Among Public Secondary School Teachers in the Gauteng Province, South Africa
MBA Thesis: North West University, Mafikeng, South Africa. 73p.

Book chapterTiamiyu, Mojisola F. (2005)
Prevalence of Wife Battering Among Workers in a Nigerian University: Issues in Women's Rights (On the University of Jos)
In: Nnaemeka, Obioma and Ezeilo, Joy N. (eds.). Engendering Human Rights: Cultural and Socioeconomic Realities in Africa. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Comparative Feminist Studies Series. p. 261-284.

Periodical articleUkpo, Eugenia O. (2005)
See this documentProfessionalisation of Teachers in Nigeria: Challenges and Obstacles
African Symposium: An On-Line African Educational Research Journal. Volume 5 #2. June. p. 86-94.

BookVerner, Dorte and Verner, Mette (2005)
Economic Impacts of Professional Training in the Informal Sector: The Case of the Labor Force Training Program in Cote d'Ivoire
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Latin America and Caribbean Region, Social Development Family.

BookVerner, Dorte and Verner, Mette (2005)
Economic Impacts of Professional Training in the Informal Sector: The Case of the Labor Force Training Program in Cote d'Ivoire
Washington, D.C.: World Bank, Latin America and the Caribbean Region, Social Development Family. Policy Research Working Paper #3668. July. 27p.

Periodical articleWinthrop, Rebecca and Kirk, Jackie (2005)
See this documentTeacher Development and Student Well-Being
Forced Migration Review. #22. January. p. 18-21.

Periodical articleYamada, Shoko (2005)
See this documentSocio-Moralist Vocationalism and Public Aspirations: Secondary Education Policies in Colonial and Present-Day Ghana
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 52 #1. Fall. p. 71-94.

Periodical articleAfolabi, E.R.I. and Buhari, J.O. (2004)
See this documentThe Predictive Validity of Holland's Self-Directed Search for Vocational Guidance in Nigeria
African Symposium: An On-Line African Educational Research Journal. Volume 4 #2. July.

Book chapterAhmed, Muna M.M. and Musa, F.S. (2004)
Gender Issues - Training, Livestock and Income Generating Activities
In: Ahmed, Muna M.M. and Idris, Mohamed F.E. and Teka, Tegegne (eds.). Dryland Husbandry in the Sudan: Grassroots Experience and Development. Dryland Husbandry Project (DHP) Sudan. Addis Ababa/Khartoum: OSSREA/University of Khartoum.

Periodical articleAlutu, A.N.G. and Eraikhueman, L. (2004)
See this documentThe Shortfall of Female Mathematics Lecturers in Nigerian Universities: Strategies for Promotion and Retention of Prospective Female Mathematics Lecturers
Journal of International Women's Studies. Volume 5 #5. June. 13p.

Periodical articleAmin, Sajeda and Al-Bassusi, Nagah H. (2004)
Education, Wage Work, and Marriage: Perspectives of Egyptian Working Women
Journal of Marriage and Family. Volume 66 #5. December. p. 1287-1299.

Periodical articleArigbabu, Abayomi A. and Mji, A. (2004)
Is Gender a Factor in Mathematics Performance Among Nigerian Preservice Teachers
Sex Roles. Volume 51 #11-12. December. p. 749-753.

Periodical articleAromolaran, Adebayo B. (2004)
See this documentWage Returns to Schooling in Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican Development Review. Volume 16 #3. December. p. 433-455.

BookAromolaran, Adebayo B. (2004)
Female Schooling, Non-Market Productivity, and Labor Market Participation in Nigeria
New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University, Economic Growth Center. Center Discussion Paper #879. 70p.

BookAryeetey, Ellen B.D. (2004)
Coming to Terms With Sexual Harassment in Ghana
Legon: University of Ghana, Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER). Technical Publication Series #64. May. 71p.

Book chapterAslan, H. (2004)
The Dynamics of Rural Female Education and Employment in the Globalisation Era: The South African Experience
In: Wohlmuth, Karl and Gutowski, Achim and Knedlik, Tobias and Meyn, Mareike and Pitamber, Sunita (eds.). African Development Perspectives Yearbook, Volume 9, 2004. Munster: LIT Verlag.

BookBarsoum, Ghada F. (2004)
The Employment Crisis of Female Graduates in Egypt: An Ethnographic Account
Cairo: American University in Cairo Press. Cairo Papers in Social Science Volume 25 #3. 121p.

Periodical articleBelay, Kassa and Abebaw, Degnet (2004)
See this documentChallenges Facing Agricultural Extension Agents: A Case Study From South-Western Ethiopia
Abstract presentAfrican Development Review. Volume 16 #1. April. p. 139-168.

Dissertation / thesisBitew, Sebie S. (2004)
The Role of Agricultural Extension in Sustaining Livelihood of Rural Female-Headed Household in Amara Region, Ethiopia
M.A. Thesis: University of Professional Education, Deventer, Netherlands. 61p.

Periodical articleBurke, Kathleen and Beegle, Kathleen (2004)
See this documentWhy Children Aren't Attending School: The Case of Northwestern Tanzania
Abstract presentJournal of African Economies. Volume 13 #2. June. p. 333-355.

Book chapterChitiga, Miriam (2004)
Female Leadership in Tertiary Education and the Human Factor in Zimbabwe
In: Gundani, Paul and Muzvidziwa, V.N. (eds.). Management and the Human Factor: Lessons for Africa. Mount Pleasant, Harare, Zimbabwe: University of Zimbabwe Publications. Human Factor Series, Zimbabwe Chapter #2.

BookChukwuma, Helen and Koroye, Seiyifa and Anyadike, Noel C. (eds.) (2004)
Women in the Academy: Festschrift for Professor Helen Chukwuma
Port Harcourt: Pearl Publishers. 409p.

Periodical articleClarke, Marlea (2004)
See this documentTen Years of Labour Market Reform in South Africa: Real Gains for Workers?
Canadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 38 #3. p. 558-574.

Periodical articleDe Lange, Naydene and Olivier, Tilla (2004)
Emerging Religious Identities of Female Indian Adolescents in Post-Apartheid South Africa and its Role as Change Agents
Journal of Psychology in Africa. Volume 14 #2. p. 103-109.

Periodical articleDenga, Hannah (2004)
See this documentThe Influence of Gender on Occupational Aspirations of Primary School Children in Cross River State
African Symposium: An On-Line African Educational Research Journal. Volume 4 #2. July.

Periodical articleDovlo, Delanyo (2004)
See this documentThe Brain Drain in Africa: An Emerging Challenge to Health Professionals' Education
Journal of Higher Education in Africa. Volume 2 #3. p. 1-18.

Periodical articleElhoweris, H. (2004)
Impact of HIV/AIDS on African Educational System and the Role of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT)
Dialectical Anthropology. Volume 28 #4. p. 329-337.

BookEndeley, Joyce B.M. (ed.) (2004)
New Gender Studies From Cameroon and the Caribbean
Buea, Cameroon: University of Buea, Department of Women and Gender Studies. Issues in Gender and Development Series #1. 164p.

Conference paperEtter-Lewis, Gwendolyn (2004)
African Women in the Academy: Discourses of Resistence/Agents of Change
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 11-14, 2004, New Orleans, Louisiana. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University.

Periodical articleFako, Thabo T. and Forcheh, Ntonghanwah and Ncube, Ephraim (2004)
See this documentProspects of Safe Motherhood in Botswana: Midwifery Training and Nurses' Ability to Complete the Botswana Obstetric Record
Social Science and Medicine. Volume 58 #6. March. p. 1109-1120.

Book chapterFonjong, Lotsmart (2004)
Nongovernmental Organizations and the Struggle for a New Status for Rural Women in the North Western Cameroon
In: Thorne, Magdalena E. (ed.). Women in Society: Achievements, Risks, and Challenges. New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Book chapterFreeman, Sheena (2004)
Informal Education and HF Skills Among Unemployed Mothers
In: Gundani, Paul and Muzvidziwa, V.N. (eds.). Management and the Human Factor: Lessons for Africa. Mount Pleasant, Harare, Zimbabwe: University of Zimbabwe Publications. Human Factor Series, Zimbabwe Chapter #2.

Periodical articleGaitskell, Deborah L. (2004)
'Doing a Missionary Hard Work ... in the Black Hole of Calcutta': African Women Teachers Pioneering a Profession in the Cape and Natal, 1880-1950
Women's History Review. Volume 13 #3. p. 407-426.

Dissertation / thesisGobina, Euphrates E.W. (2004)
Decision Points and Dilemmas in Girls' Schooling and Occupational Aspirations: Female Secondary Students in Cameroon
Ph.D. dissertation: University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 185p.

Conference paperGobina, Euphrates E.W. (2004)
Is the Future Really Female for African Girls? Gender, Social Class and Parental Agency in the Occupational Aspirations of Secondary School Girls in Cameroon
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 11-14, 2004, New Orleans, Louisiana. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University.

Dissertation / thesisHlatshwayo, Gladys S.J. (2004)
A Community Education Intervention for Promoting and Sustaining Entrepreneural Behaviour in a Women's Group
M.Phil. Thesis: Rand Afrikaans University, Johannesburg, South Africa. 105p.

Periodical articleHugon, Anne (2004)
Korle Bu and the Midwives Hostel as a Site of Memory for Ghanaian Pupil Midwives, 1930s-1950s
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 7. p. 43-58.

Conference paperHugon, Anne (2004)
Korle Bu and the Midwives Hostel as a Site of Memory for Ghanaian Pubil Midwives, 1930-1950
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 11-14, 2004, New Orleans, Louisiana. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University.

Periodical articleIfedili, Chika J.A. (2004)
See this documentSelf-Perception of Female Educational Administrators in Nigeria: Reflections on a Sociological Study
Journal of International Women's Studies. Volume 5 #5. June. 12p.

Periodical articleIndabawa, Sabo A. (2004)
See this documentOn Some Socio-Cultural Determinants of Girls' Involvement in Education in Nigeria
African Symposium: An On-Line African Educational Research Journal. Volume 4 #1. March.

BookItyavyar, Dennis (2004)
Success Story of Women's Health and Economic Empowerment Initiative in Middle Belt States, Nigeria: Inter-Gender's Reproductive Health Program Equips Poor Girls for Productive Living
Jos, Nigeria: Jos University Press. International Centre for Gender and Social Research. 102p.

Dissertation / thesisJean-Louis, Lily-Claire V. (2004)
An Investigation of Female Leaders' Perceptions of Organisational Culture and Leadership in a Catholic High School
M.Ed. Thesis: Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa. 108p.

Periodical articleJohn, C.A. and Medugu, J.D. (2004)
Identification of Job-Related Stress Areas Among Vocational and Technical Education Lectures, in Adamawa State, Nigeria
Journal of Development Alternatives and Area Studies. Volume 23 #3-4. p. 44-56.

Periodical articleJohnson, Kofi and Markham, Elizabeth (2004)
See this documentEducation and Gender Inequality: A Nigerian Perspective
Gender and Behaviour. Volume 2. p. 215-224.

Periodical articleJolliffe, Dean (2004)
The Impact of Education in Rural Ghana: Examining Household Labor Allocation and Returns on and Off the Farm
Journal of Development Economics. Volume 73 #1. February. p. 287-314.

Periodical articleJordaan, Danie (2004)
See this documentBalancing Acts: Vocational Training Versus Academic Education in the Context of Media and Communications Studies
Critical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 18 #1. p. 76-91.

Periodical articleJoshua, M.T. and Bassey, B.A. (2004)
See this documentTeachers' Perceptions of Students' Evaluations of Teaching Effectiveness
African Symposium: An On-Line African Educational Research Journal. Volume 4 #3. September.

Periodical articleKamau, Njoki M. (2004)
Outsiders Within: Experience of Kenyan Women in Higher Education
Jenda: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies. #6.

Dissertation / thesisKawana, Irene (2004)
Inspectors of Education's Perceptions of Female Principalship in the Rundu Region of Namibia
M.Ed. Thesis: Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa. 90p.

Periodical articleKirk, Jackie (2004)
See this documentPromoting a Gender-Just Peace: The Roles of Women Teachers in Peacebuilding and Reconstruction
Gender and Development. Volume 12 #3. November. p. 50-59.

Periodical articleKonings, Piet (2004)
See this documentTrade-Union Activism Among University Teachers During Cameroon's Political Liberalisation
Nordic Journal of African Studies. Volume 13 #3. p. 289-301.

Periodical articleLokshin, Michael M. and Glinskaya, Elena and Garcia, Marito (2004)
See this documentThe Effect of Early Childhood Development Programmes on Women's Labour Force Participation and Older Children's Schooling in Kenya
Abstract presentJournal of African Economies. Volume 13 #2. June. p. 240-276.

Dissertation / thesisLyons, Kari (2004)
If Rituals Go Wrong: Understanding the Female Somali Refugee Experience in Health Clinics in Portland, Oregon
M.I.I.M. Thesis: School for International Training, Brattleboro, Vermont. 58p.

BookMabokela, Reitumetse O. and Magubane, Zine (eds.) (2004)
Hear Our Voices: Race, Gender and the Status of Black South African Women in the Academy
Pretoria: University of South Africa. 120p.

Dissertation / thesisMkhonza, Mokgadi J. (2004)
Gender Equity: A Critical Issue for Women's Advancement to Senior Management Positions in South African Higher Education
Ph.D. dissertation: University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa. 316p.

Periodical articleMonyatsi, Pedzani P. and Nleya, Paul T. (2004)
An Indigenous Knowledge Inspired Teacher Pilot Mentoring Scheme in Botswana: A Proposal
Indilinga: African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems. Volume 3 #2. p. 114-125.

Periodical articleMoro, Leben N. (2004)
See this documentLivelihood Opportunities for Sudanese Refugees
Forced Migration Review. #20. May. p. 32.

Periodical articleNankhuni, Flora J. and Findeis, Jill L. (2004)
Natural Resource-Collection Work and Children's Schooling in Malawi
Agricultural Economics. Volume 31 #2-3. December. p. 123-134.

Dissertation / thesisNdikimbela, Taboka (2004)
Rethinking Home Economics Careers in the Struggle for Women's Education in Botswana
M.A. Thesis: University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa. 110p.

Periodical articleNtseane, D.M. (2004)
See this documentPersonnel Transfers: Experiences of Batswana Teachers
Pula: Botswana Journal of African Studies. Volume 18 #1. p. 65-76.

BookOnsongo, Jane (2004)
Factors Affecting Women's Participation in University Management in Kenya
Addis Ababa: Organisation for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSRES). Gender Issues Research Report Series #22. 65p.

Book chapterOtunga, R.N. and Ojwang, M.A. (2004)
Women and Leadership Positions in Higher Education: A Study of Kenyan Universities
In: Zeleza, Paul T. and Olukoshi, Adebayo (eds.). African Universities in the Twenty-First Century. Volume 2: Knowledge and Society. Dakar: Codesria.

Periodical articleRamchandani, R.R. (2004)
India-Africa Relations: Academic Exchanges: A Factor in Human Resource Development (HRD) Strategy
Africa Quarterly. Volume 44 #1. p. 49-64.

Periodical articleSalami, Samuel O. (2004)
Effects of Problem-Solving Technique and Anxiety Management Training on Career Indecision of School-Going Adolescents in Nigeria
Journal of Psychology in Africa. Volume 14 #2. p. 139-145.

Dissertation / thesisSarah, Nakamya (2004)
Agricultural Extension to Empower Rural Women Farmers: A Case of Nakasongola District Uganda
M.A. Thesis: University of Professional Education, Deventer, Netherlands. 59p.

Periodical articleSchultheiss, Donna E.P. and Stead, Graham B. (2004)
Construct Validity of the Career Myths Scale Among South African Adolescents
Journal of Psychology in Africa. Volume 14 #1. p. 9-15.

Periodical articleSchultz, T. Paul (2004)
See this documentEvidence of Returns to Schooling in Africa From Household Surveys: Monitoring and Restructuring the Market for Education
Journal of African Economies. Volume 13 Supplement #2. December. p. 95-148.

Book chapterSikazwe, E. (2004)
'Women for Change' and its Work With Rural Communities
In: Chigudu, Hope (ed.). Composing a New Song: Stories of Empowerment From Africa. London/Harare/Kampala: Commonwealth Foundation/Weaver Press/Fountain.

Dissertation / thesisSimelane, Immigardht B.H. (2004)
What are the Personal and Public Challenges Facing Black Women in Their Quest for Leadership Roles in Schools?
M.Phil. Thesis: University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa. 57p.

Periodical articleTodes, Alison and Harrison, Philip (2004)
Education After Apartheid: Planning and Planning Students in Transition
International Development Planning Review. Volume 26 #2. May. p. 187-208.

Periodical articleTripp, Aili M. (2004)
See this documentA New Look at Colonial Women: British Teachers and Activists in Uganda, 1898-1962
Abstract presentCanadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 38 #1. p. 123-156.

Book chapterWelpe, Isabell and Henderson, S. and Thege, B and Wilken, R. (2004)
An Analysis of the Gender Dynamics in Some Faculties of the University of Pretoria
In: Welpe, Isabell and Thege, Britta and Henderson, Shirley (eds.). The Gender Perspective: Innovations in Economy, Organisation, and Health Within the Southern African Development Community (SADC). New York: Peter Lang.

Book chapterWelpe, Isabell and Henderson, S. and Thege, B and Wilken, R. (2004)
Phenomenon, Place and Perpetrator: An Investigative Study Into Sexual Harassment at the University of Pretoria
In: Welpe, Isabell and Thege, Britta and Henderson, Shirley (eds.). The Gender Perspective: Innovations in Economy, Organisation, and Health Within the Southern African Development Community (SADC). New York: Peter Lang.

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