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Volume 1, Issue 2 (1997)
In keeping with the growing trend in
African Studies, this issue of ASQ focuses on local issues and perceptions
with a special emphasis on Tanzania. Issue 2 includes two articles from
African scholars. The first, by Yusufu Lawi, explores alternative legal
structures through an analysis of Ward Tribunals. The second, by Joe
Lugalla, examines the impact of Structural Adjustment Policies on the
health of the poorest strata of Tanzanian society. Our newest department,
At Issue, also is in keeping with this theme, and addresses local level
authority in ecological decision-making. At Issue welcomes short commentaries,
opinion pieces, and reactions on diverse topics.
The Editorial Committee
Outside the Ordinary Courts of Law in Mainland Tanzania: The Case of Ward
Tribunals in Babati District
Yusufu Q. Lawi
And Health Conditions Of The Urban Poor In Tanzania
Joe L. P. Lugalla (19-37)
Download Book Reviews - PDF
Boundaries: New Directions in the Study of Culture in Africa. Edited by
Brenda Cooper and Andrew Steyn. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press. 1996.
Kristen Jacobson (39-41)
Changing The Rules:
The Politics of Liberalization and the Urban Informal Economy in Tanzania.
Aili Mari Tripp. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. 1997.
Christopher Johnson (41-43)
Africans: The History
of a Continent. John Iliffe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
1995. 323 pp.
Jonathan Walz (43-45)
Change From Below. A reaction to "Africas Environment: The
Final Frontier, Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Africa of the Committee
on International Relations House of Representatives, One Hundred Fourth
Congress, Second Session, July 17, 1996."
Richard R. Marcus (45-49)