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Periodical articleBosiakoh, Thomas Antwi and Addopleh, Richard (2015)
Migrant associations in Ghana: a preliminary review of their roles in migrant integration into host communities and negotiation of labour market conditions
Abstract presentLegon Journal of Sociology. Volume 5 #2. p. 83-115.

Periodical articleMensah Obeng, Mark Kwaku (2015)
Motivations, network and strategies of Ghanaian importers of Chinese products
Abstract presentLegon Journal of Sociology. Volume 5 #2. p. 59-82.

Periodical articleGariba, Joshua (2015)
Contestations, forest resources and the politics of boundaries: the evolution and dynamics of the Nkonya-Alavanyo land dispute in Ghana
Abstract presentLegon Journal of Sociology. Volume 5 #2. p. 33-58.

Periodical articleAnsah, John Windie (2015)
An evaluation of Ghana's housing laws in a changing urban context
Abstract presentLegon Journal of Sociology. Volume 5 #2. p. 6-32.

Periodical articleBagulo Bening, Raymond (2013)
Introduction of direct taxation in Northern Ghana, 1898-1939
Abstract presentLegon Journal of Sociology. Volume 5 #1. p. 84-114.

Periodical articleAkpabli-Honu, Kodzovi (2013)
The troxovi system in South Eastern Ghana and its implications for the shrine maidens
Abstract presentLegon Journal of Sociology. Volume 5 #1. p. 62-83.

Periodical articleOteng-Ababio, Martin (2013)
Unraveling the urban poor's engagement with electronic waste in Accra, Ghana
Abstract presentLegon Journal of Sociology. Volume 5 #1. p. 40-61.

Periodical articleMohammed, Fadilah and Al-hassan, Seidu (2013)
Adoption of improved shea butter processing technology in Ghana
Abstract presentLegon Journal of Sociology. Volume 5 #1. p. 22-39.

Periodical articleAppiah, Samson Obed (2013)
Workplace safety in Ghana: a study of the Pioneer Food Cannery, Tema
Abstract presentLegon Journal of Sociology. Volume 5 #1. p. 1-21.

Periodical issueAlhassan, Eliasu (ed.) (2011)
Special issue on basic education in Ghana
Abstract presentLegon Journal of Sociology. Volume 4 #2. 178p.

Periodical articleBoafo, Isaac M. (2010)
Threatened identities: the experience of HIV-mothers in sub-Saharan Africa
Abstract presentLegon Journal of Sociology. Volume 4 #1. p. 55-74.

Periodical articleShopeju, J.O. and Onifade, C.A. and Dipeolu, A. (2010)
The lifestyle of the mentally challenged in Abeokuta, Western Nigeria
Abstract presentLegon Journal of Sociology. Volume 4 #1. p. 38-54.

Periodical articleBacho, Francis Z.L. and Bonye, Samuel Z. (2010)
Institutionalising a community based agro-ecological management system for livelihood sustainability: challenges and prospects of the Goziir experiment in Upperwest Ghana
Abstract presentLegon Journal of Sociology. Volume 4 #1. p. 19-37.

Periodical articleOfori-Kwakye, Eric (2010)
The influence of local gin bitters advertisements on the consumption behaviour of Ghanaians
Abstract presentLegon Journal of Sociology. Volume 4 #1. p. 1-18.

Periodical articleBosiakoh, Thomas Antwi (2009)
Understanding migration motivations in West Africa: the case of Nigerians in Ghana
Abstract presentLegon Journal of Sociology. Volume 3 #2. p. 93-112.

Periodical articleAnamzoya, Alhassan Sulemana (2009)
'Our courts, our cases and we are the judges': chiefs as judges in the Houses of Chiefs in Ghana
Abstract presentLegon Journal of Sociology. Volume 3 #2. p. 70-91.

Periodical articleAbubakari, Abdulai (2009)
Putting smiles on pupils' faces? An assessment of the Food-for-Education Programme in the West Mamprusi district, northern Ghana
Abstract presentLegon Journal of Sociology. Volume 3 #2. p. 24-44.

Periodical articleAkyeampong, Oheneba (2009)
Tourism development in Ghana, 1957-2007
Abstract presentLegon Journal of Sociology. Volume 3 #2. p. 1-23.

Periodical articleBosiakoh, T.A. (2006)
Understanding migration motivations in West Africa: the case of Nigerians in Ghana
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 3 #2. December-June 2009. p. 92-112.

Periodical articleAnamzoya, A.S. (2006)
Our courts, our cases and we are the judges: chiefs as judges in the houses of chiefs in Ghana
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 3 #2. December-June 2009. p. 70-91.

Periodical articleSeidu, A.M. (2006)
Islamic concept of employer-employee relationships: an instrument for managing human resources and certain operational risk exposures
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 3 #2. December-June 2009. p. 45-69.

Periodical articleAbubakari, A. (2006)
Putting smiles on pupils' faces? an assessment of the food-for-education programme in the West Mamprusi District, Northern Ghana
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 3 #2. December-June 2009. p. 24-44.

Periodical articleAkyeampong, O. (2006)
Tourism development in Ghana, 1957-2007
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 3 #2. December-June 2009. p. 1-23.

Periodical articleApusigah, A.A. (2006)
Engendering wildfire policy in Ghana: learning from the feminine principle
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 3 #1. January. p. 71-90.

Periodical articleAmponsah, N. (2006)
Social capital and private business development under Ghana's neoliberal reforms, 1984-2004
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 3 #1. January. p. 48-70.

Periodical articleAsafu-Adjaye, P. (2006)
The opportunity that never was: assessing the African growth and opportunity acts benefits to Ghana
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 3 #1. January. p. 35-47.

Periodical articleDzorgbo, D.S. (2006)
Pathways to economic growth and stagnation: lesions from Korea for understanding Ghana's development in 50 years and beyond
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 3 #1. January. p. 7-34.

Periodical articleAssimeng, M. (2005)
History and theoretical perspectives of Legon sociology during the 1950s and 60s
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 2 #2. June-December. p. 99-110.

Periodical articleTetteh, P. (2005)
We are managing: childcare arrangements of working mothers in Accra
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 2 #2. June-December. p. 81-98.

Periodical articleAsare-Danso, S. (2005)
The traditional approach to the management of diseases in Ghana
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 2 #2. June-December. p. 69-80.

Periodical articleOwusu, G. and Lund, R. (2005)
The role of market women in rural-urban linkages in Ghana: a case study of two district capitals and their hinterlands
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 2 #2. June-December. p. 37-67.

Periodical articleKayi, N. and Osei-Hwedie, K. (2005)
High risk sexual behaviours among street adolescents in Ndola, Zambia
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 2 #2. June-December. p. 15-36.

Periodical articleOgundele, S.O. (2005)
Indigenous technologies for crop preservation among the Tiv and Gwari of Nigeria
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 2 #2. June-December. p. 1-14.

Periodical articleDarkwah, A.K. (2005)
Poverty trends in Ghana over the last fifteen years
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 2 #1. June-December. p. 81-100.

Periodical articleMeier, B. (2005)
Friendship and social peace among northern migrants in Accra/Tema
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 2 #1. June-December. p. 55-80.

Periodical articleOkyerefo, M.P.K. (2005)
Pursuing an effective pre-university education in Ghana: theory and praxis
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 2 #1. June-December. p. 36-54.

Periodical articleBrukum, N.J.K. (2005)
Traditional constitutions and chieftaincy succession disputes in Northern Ghana
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 2 #1. June-December. p. 25-35.

Periodical articleAgu, A.O. and Apoya, P. and Konlan, B. and Zacharia, A.B.T. (2005)
Getting the heart of the matter: an assessment of sexual experiences, knowledge and attitudes of students on STI and HIV/AIDS in some communities of Northern Ghana
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 2 #1. June-December. p. 7-24.

Periodical articleSeini, A.W. (2004)
Agricultural diversification and information strategies in vegetable production and marketing in the Brong Ahafo region of Ghana
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 1 #2. December. p. 148-161.

Periodical articleAppiah-Kubi, K. (2004)
Property tax as a source of local government finance in Ghana: a research note
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 1 #2. December. p. 132-147.

Periodical articleAssimeng, M. (2004)
Some reflections on miracles, divine provenance and political economy
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 1 #2. December. p. 117-131.

Periodical articleSenah, K. (2004)
The fight against onchocerciasis in the Pru basin: implications for the research and health policy formulation
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 1 #2. December. p. 97-116.

Periodical articleEssamuah, M. and Tonah, S. (2004)
Coping with urban poverty in Ghana: an analysis of household and individual livelihood strategies in Nima/Accra
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 1 #2. December. p. 79-96.

Periodical articleTwumasi, P.A. (2004)
Sociology of health: contribution and prospects
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 1 #1. January. p. 71-78.

Periodical articleSenah, K. (2004)
In the mighty name of Jesus: faith healing and health-seeking behaviour in Ghana
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 1 #1. January. p. 59-70.

Periodical articleTonah, S. (2004)
Defying the nayiri: traditional authority, people's power and the politics of chieftaincy succession in Mamprugu--Northern Ghana
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 1 #1. January. p. 42-58.

Periodical articleAsiedu, A.B. (2004)
Tourism in Ghana: reflections on development trends and critical research agenda for future
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 1 #1. January. p. 19-41.

Periodical articleApusigah, A. (2004)
Engendering social change in Ghana: understanding the complexities of Ghanaian women's lives
Legon Journal of Sociology. Volume 1 #1. January. p. 1-18.

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