Reussite Scolaire Faillite Sociale Genealogie Mentale De La Crise De Lafrique Noire Francophone

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RÈussite scolaire, Faillite Sociale généalogie mentale de la crise de l'Afrique noire francophone

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Author by : Albert Azeyeh
Languange Used : English, France, Spanish, Italia and chinese
Page : 229
Isbn : 9956616273
Identifier : 9789956616275
Release : 2010
Publisher by : African Books Collective
Category : Education
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Description : Read Now Reussite Scolaire Faillite Sociale by Albert Azeyeh and you can download with pub, pdf, txt, doc, and more file format with free account. deux stries de manuels scolaires ont principgernent programmt la rtpulsion de soi et l'attraction par l'autre propres aux tlites d'afrique noire: les collections des frfres missionnaires macaire et grill comme mamadou et bineta d'andrt davesne seul ou avec j. gouin. un sifcle aprfs, pour rendre intelligible le type d'homme produit par l'ecole ttrangfre en colonie, nous avons remontt i'itintraire parcouru a travers leurs lectures par des gtntrations d'tcoliers pour savoir quelles sources avaient alimentt leur imaginaire... dtsaccordt aux codes de son univers natal, incapable de concrttiser efficacement l'enseignement de l'ecole, mais ayant pertu avec certitude qu'elle seule pourtant dtcerne le pedigree de la distinction nouvelle, l'enfant scolaire va simuler l'appropriation fttichiste des modfles de savoir sans pour autant assimiler l'esprit de la civilisation nouvelle et tgcker de prtserver l'inttgratt de soi en se- rtdimant dans une dtpendance confortable qui le dispense d'entreprendre toute action par peur de mal faire ou d'otre rappelt a l'ordre du monde surtminent. car, comment expliquer, malgrt la crise des biens et symboles, que les tlites qui dtcident depuis les indtpendances en afrique n'aient pas initit de strattgies discursives pour un modfle autrement performant d'ecole? en cette fre d'aspiration/rtpugnance aux ruptures, notre intention consiste a dtbarrasser les rapports france afrique de leur rtsidu malsain de complexes afin de les engager sur les voies de la double reconnaissance et de la difftrence. celles-ci nous semblent seules susceptibles de restaurer la confiance entre les peuples et d'assurer la promotion d'hommes dignes de sappeler ainsi.

Genuine Intellectuals. Academic and Social Responsibilities of Universities in Africa Academic and Social Responsibilities of Universities in Africa

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Author by : Bernard Nsokika Fonlon
Languange Used : English, France, Spanish, Italia and chinese
Page : 143
Isbn : 9956558591
Identifier : 9789956558599
Release : 2009
Publisher by : African Books Collective
Category : Education
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Description : Read Now Genuine Intellectuals Academic And Social Responsibilities Of Universities In Africa by Bernard Nsokika Fonlon and you can download with pub, pdf, txt, doc, and more file format with free account. "bernard fonlon ... believed in public service with selfless dedication and unwavering integrity. ... he was educated in the classical mould of europe, yet he remained close to home in his daily life." professor aliko songolo, university of california-irvine, usa "bernard nsokika fonlon was a truly humble man, a man of discipline, a man of principles, a man of prayers, a man who loved the truth, a man who had great respect for the views of others, even those he did not share." christian cardinal tumi, archbishop of douala, cameroon this book, slim as it looks, took bernard nsokika fonlon the best part of five laborious years to write 1965-9 inclusive. he writes: "i was penning away as students in france were up in arms against the academic establishment, and their fury almost toppled a powerful, prestigious, political giant like general de gaulle. in america students, arms in hand, besieged and stormed the buildings of the university administration, others blew up lecture halls in canada -the student revolt, a very saeva indignatio, was in paroxysm. but in england (save in the london school of economics where students rioted for the lame reason that the college gate looked like that of a jail-house) all was calm..." fonlon drew on these events to define the role of university education in this precious treasure of a book, which he dedicates to every african freshman and freshwoman. the book details his reflections and vision on the scientific and philosophical nature, end and purpose of university studies. he calls on african students to harness the scientific method in their quest for truth, and to put the specialised knowledge they acquire to the benefit of the commonwealth first, then, to themselves. to do this effectively, universities must jealously protect academic freedom from all non-academic interferences. for any university that does not teach a student to think critically and in total freedom has taught him or her nothing of genuine worth. universities are and must remain sacred places and spaces for the forging of genuine intellectuals imbued with skills and zeal to assume and promote social responsibilities with self abnegation.

Ako-Aya: A Cameroorian Pioneer in Daring Journalism and Social Commentary A Cameroorian Pioneer in Daring Journalism and Social Commentary

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Author by : E. N. Ngwafor
Languange Used : English, France, Spanish, Italia and chinese
Page : 244
Isbn : 9956616591
Identifier : 9789956616596
Release : 2010
Publisher by : African Books Collective
Category : Biography & Autobiography
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Description : Read Now Ako Aya A Cameroorian Pioneer In Daring Journalism And Social Commentary by E. N. Ngwafor and you can download with pub, pdf, txt, doc, and more file format with free account. "a thought-provoking document which in effect reminds cameroonian journalists of the vital task and challenge of continuing a noble mission that was unfortunately terminated by an untimely death."-dr shey peter mabu, veteran journalist and former editor-in-chief, cameroontribune patrick tataw obenson, alias ako-ayana, the rabid critic, social crusader and witty journalist, all rolled up in one, was indeed a popular and widely admired pioneer in daring journalism and social commentary in cameroon. little wonder that when he died, he left behind countless painful hearts and many questions on the lips of his admirers. as a man of the people, the fallen hero of cameroon's fleet street shared his experiences, be they good or bad, with his readers. he was a virile critic even of the sordid things in which he himself secretly indulged. obenson's mind was open, and through his popular newspaper column-ako-aya-he exposed society and social action in all their dimensions. he had an axe to grind with all perpetrators of social vices, especially those of them that infringed on the rights of the common man. he gave them a good fight, using his newspaper as his only weapon-a weapon which could not be neutralized even by the most affluent for the most coercive leadership. and he did so with nerve and valour and venom. only tataw obenson could spit out really scathing pieces of satire, aimed directly at the highest governing authorities of his society. only obenson could make allusions even to his own apparently ugly self. only he could be liberal and honest enough to confess how he boarded a taxi and later bolted without paying the driver. only obenson was able to foresee his imminent demise from the face of the earth and literarily wrote his own epitaph

The 1961 Cameroon Plebiscite. Choice or Betrayal Choice Or Betrayal

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Author by : John Percival
Languange Used : English, France, Spanish, Italia and chinese
Page : 136
Isbn : 9956558494
Identifier : 9789956558490
Release : 2008
Publisher by : African Books Collective
Category : History
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Description : Read Now The 1961 Cameroon Plebiscite Choice Or Betrayal by John Percival and you can download with pub, pdf, txt, doc, and more file format with free account. the united nations-organised plebiscite on 11 february 1961 was one of the most significant events in the history of the southern and northern parts of the british-administered trust territory in cameroon. john percival was sent by the then colonial office as part of the team to oversee the process. this book captures the story of the plebiscite in all its dimensions and intricacies and celebrates the author's admiration for things african through a series of reminiscences of what life was like in the 1960s, both for the africans themselves and for john percival as a very young man. the complex story is also a series of reflections about the effect of the modern world on africa. it is a thorough, insightful, rich and enlightening first-hand source on a political landmark that has never been told before in this way. in a vivid style with a great sense of humour, percival's witty, cogent, eyewitness and active-participant account deconstructs the rumours and misrepresentations about the february 1961 plebiscite which was a prelude to reunification and to the present day politics of 'belonging' in cameroon. "one of the major merits of this book is to provide us with a deeper insight into the role of those actors who have never been the subject of plebiscite studies, namely the plebiscite supervisory officers." - piet konings, african studies centre, leiden, the netherlands john percival-anthropologist, writer, television broadcaster of many innovative bbc series on the environment, history and anthropology. as a young graduate he was recruited and sent to serve in the southern cameroons as a plesbiscite supervisory officer in 1961. he died in 2005 after a recent return visit to cameroon with nigel wenban-smith who writes an epilogue. this posthumous memoir has been edited by his wife, lalage neal.

Konglanjo

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Author by : Bongasu-Tanla-Kishani
Languange Used : English, France, Spanish, Italia and chinese
Page : 87
Isbn : 9956616044
Identifier : 9789956616046
Release : 2010-01
Publisher by : African Books Collective
Category : Poetry
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Description : Read Now Konglanjo by Bongasu-Tanla-Kishani and you can download with pub, pdf, txt, doc, and more file format with free account. "the title poem relates to most important poetry of all ages: it reveals how, in the search for right images, metaphors and most apposite expressions, we often find ourselves listening to the voice that `bids us return to our own sources.' since the poet has discovered the right idioms, he has, throughout the poem, undergone the process of depersonalization, has indeed obtained objectivity: little of himself is felt in the poem. he obtains this effect by the use of the appropriate voice---that of the priest at the ceremony." professor siga asanga, abbia, cameroon cultural review this collection of poems evolves as a network and satellite of an expressive pursuit of justice with a difference. for, though this poetry simultaneously shapes global and grassroots smiles and tears, its corpus is no matter for laughter or weeping. in familiar but not identical voices, the poet tackles social evils as parasites while cross-examining cultural assumptions in the same vein. triple form-title poem, letters to ethiopia and some random poems, explores nightmares of colonial mission civilisatrice by dint of two decades of inspirational events from 1965 as invitations into a more serene world emerging from post-discoveries.

Wading the Tide

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Author by : Emmanuel Fru Doh
Languange Used : English, France, Spanish, Italia and chinese
Page : 47
Isbn : 995655877X
Identifier : 9789956558773
Release : 2009
Publisher by : African Books Collective
Category : History
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Description : Read Now Wading The Tide by Emmanuel Fru Doh and you can download with pub, pdf, txt, doc, and more file format with free account. wading the tide is an expression of profound emotions touching on a wide range of issues-personal and political-from the birth of the cameroon nation, her political meandering, until the state of emergency declared on the north west province in 1992. accordingly, doh complains, ridicules, and pays tribute, even as he instructs and guides on timeless matters of life, all in an effort to draw attention to his country's gradual, downward spiral into anomy.

Beware the Drives

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Author by : Sammy Oke Akombi
Languange Used : English, France, Spanish, Italia and chinese
Page : 65
Isbn : 9956558850
Identifier : 9789956558858
Release : 2008
Publisher by : African Books Collective
Category : Poetry
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Description : Read Now Beware The Drives by Sammy Oke Akombi and you can download with pub, pdf, txt, doc, and more file format with free account. this collection of verse, which has mostly short poems, some of which are two-liners, is an outcome of several years of keen observation of the very nature of man. the observation brought this writer to the conclusion that man is dominated by fear and in his effort to conquer it, he resorts to unbridled aggression. such aggression has been very instrumental in much of the success that humanity has been able to achieve, so far. but at the same time, the same aggression in man's nature has been responsible for the pleasure he takes in the ruthless destruction of his own kind, the environment in which he cushions himself, plants and animals. sammy oke akombi is cameroonian, born in tinto, manyu division. he was educated at the teachers colleges in batibo and nyasoso respectively, the bilingual grammar school, buea, the university of lagos, nigeria and the university of warwick, u.k. he holds an m.a in elt and is an honorary fellow in writing of the university of iowa, usa. he is currently the director of the southwest provincial linguistic centre, buea, cameroon. he is author of the raped amulet and the woman who ate python & other stories.

Letters to Marion (And the Coming Generations) (and the Coming Generations) : Poems

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Author by : John Nkemngong Nkengasong
Languange Used : English, France, Spanish, Italia and chinese
Page : 54
Isbn : 9956558656
Identifier : 9789956558650
Release : 2009
Publisher by : African Books Collective
Category : Poetry
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Description : Read Now Letters To Marion And The Coming Generations by John Nkemngong Nkengasong and you can download with pub, pdf, txt, doc, and more file format with free account. in this rich and compelling collection of poems the author explores the recesses of the imagination to reveal the different facets of contemporary experience. in doing this he highlights the social, the spiritual, and the metaphysical functions of poetry. the reader will find in the collection sincere expressions of feelings and penetrating thoughts, the genuine tone, spirit and taste of poetry and its ability to provide contemplative clues to prevailing circumstances. the preponderance of stimulating imagery and the overall display of ingenious poeticality reveal the poet as one imbued with a fertile imagination and prove as well that poetry remains the most noble of art through which one understands and comes to terms with the hidden secrets of the universe.

Married But Available

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Author by : Francis B. Nyamnjoh
Languange Used : English, France, Spanish, Italia and chinese
Page : 371
Isbn : 9956558273
Identifier : 9789956558278
Release : 2009
Publisher by : African Books Collective
Category : Fiction
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Description : Read Now Married But Available by Francis B. Nyamnjoh and you can download with pub, pdf, txt, doc, and more file format with free account. overnight, delia keller went from penniless preacher's granddaughter to rich young heiress. she's determined to use her money to find the security she's always lacked. and building herself a new house by christmas is her first priority. but handsome jude tucker is challenging her plans and her heart.... the former civil war chaplain hasn't felt peace in a very long time, and he has a hard time letting go of his past. but as jude gets to know the spirited delia, he longs to show her what true christmas joy means. in the rugged texas hill country, he'll reach for a miracle to restore his faith...and give delia his love for all seasons.

The African Book Publishing Record

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Author by : no defined
Languange Used : English, France, Spanish, Italia and chinese
Page : 233
Isbn :
Identifier : CORNELL:31924070685908
Release : 2013
Publisher by : no defined
Category : Africa
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Orphans of the Republic The Nation's Legislators in Vichy France

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Author by : Olivier Wieviorka
Languange Used : English, France, Spanish, Italia and chinese
Page : 436
Isbn : 9780674032613
Identifier : 0674032616
Release : 2009
Publisher by : Harvard University Press
Category : History
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Description : Read Now Orphans Of The Republic by Olivier Wieviorka and you can download with pub, pdf, txt, doc, and more file format with free account. on july 10, 1940, by a 570 to 80 margin, the representatives in the french parliament voted full powers to philippe pétain, ending the third republic and paving the way for the vichy regime. recreating the tense atmosphere of summer 1940, olivier wieviorka shows how pressures brought on by defeat could affect even the most hardened republicans.

The French Imperial Nation-State Negritude and Colonial Humanism Between the Two World Wars

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Author by : Gary Wilder
Languange Used : English, France, Spanish, Italia and chinese
Page : 404
Isbn : 0226897680
Identifier : 9780226897684
Release : 2005-12-01
Publisher by : University of Chicago Press
Category : History
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Description : Read Now The French Imperial Nation State by Gary Wilder and you can download with pub, pdf, txt, doc, and more file format with free account. france experienced a period of crisis following world war i when the relationship between the nation and its colonies became a subject of public debate. the french imperial nation-state focuses on two intersecting movements that redefined imperial politics—colonial humanism led by administrative reformers in west africa and the paris-based negritude project, comprising african and caribbean elites. gary wilder develops a sophisticated account of the contradictory character of colonial government and examines the cultural nationalism of negritude as a multifaceted movement rooted in an alternative black public sphere. he argues that interwar france must be understood as an imperial nation-state—an integrated sociopolitical system that linked a parliamentary republic to an administrative empire. an interdisciplinary study of colonial modernity combining french history, colonial studies, and social theory, the french imperial nation-state will compel readers to revise conventional assumptions about the distinctions between republicanism and racism, metropolitan and colonial societies, and national and transnational processes.