Samples "Africa"


“The Rise of Our East African Empire” Analysis

The crucial “Social Darwinist” element of Lugard’s “The Rise of Our East African Empire” is arguably the desire expressed in the text to “civilize” the African. Namely, Lugard, by stating the mission of civilization of the African, confers a value to civilization. He construes Christian and European civilization as the...

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Islam and Geographic Determinism in Trans-Saharan Africa

The relationship between Islam and geographic determinism in Trans Saharan Africa between 3500BCE to 400CE and 400CE to 1200CE is far from straightforward. As [Module 3] argues, “[t]he appeal of Islam…can be found in an uncomplicated monotheism and in the simple code of ethics taught by the Prophet,” yet, the...

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Nursing in Nigeria

Nurses bear a huge responsibility for helping to guide the caring process. People hold to various beliefs and attitudes regarding health and wellness, death and dying, mental illness, elderly care, as well as diet and nutrition. Whatever the belief, the main goal is to provide adequate care. Typical patterns of...

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Chasing Chaos Summary

Jessica Alexander's Chasing Chaos is a personal memoir of the author's time spent working as a humanitarian aid worker in Sub-Saharan Africa and in Haiti. It can be taken to be a strictly autobiographical narrative which tells the story of person's particular development, however it also contains several elements that...

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African Literature

Phillis Wheatley’s work should be included in the anthology of African Literature in the Antebellum Era. Even though Wheatley’s work was mainly Spiritual, her poetry still retains the style and subject of the Antebellum Era. The Antebellum Era is widely considered the period of time prior the Civil War and...

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