According to James Ogude, “The emergence of ethnic music in the (African) cities is contingent upon the democratisation of the political space and the promotion of the vernacular radio stations in the post-Moi dispensation in Kenya. These in turn have given impetus to the rise of new consumers and a unique experimentation with musical formats that draws on traditional and international genres to create a novel popular culture experience” (Ogude 2012, 147). Perhaps the greatest Kenyan example of “novel
two very different sets of colored glasses. (Giaan, p. 1) Globalization has brought massive advantages to mankind which simplifies life however it creates serious impacts to the human society. There are three things that will be discussed in this essay. Firstly, the benefits of globalization,
upon the poetry of Walt Whitman and the life and guiding philosophy of poet and critic Ezra Pound. The central premise of this essay is to gauge the difference between these two economies through a political economic lens and analyse the degree of reconciliation that can occur between both, if reconciliation is at all possible. To support the economic rhetoric in this essay, “The Gift” is supplemented by J S Mill’s “Principles of Political Economy”, a treatise on macroeconomics published in 1848.
becoming an increasing important issue in various countries throughout the world both because of the benefits and negatives that can be attained by the sending country from the migration of people out of the country to another country. In the following essay the author shall seek to assess the positives as well as the negatives of large scale out-migration of people with particular focus to Zimbabwe, Jamaica and the Caribbeans in an effort to establish whether it is beneficial to the sending country. ECONOMIC
CHAPTER 2 Describe and explain the licensing provisions in the Alcoholic Drinks and Control Act specifically transition from illegality to legality. Evaluate the difficulty that hinders these traders to acquire licenses and also evaluate the reluctance by these traders to acquire licenses. Introduction The ADCA was borne with the objective of preventing deaths that were caused by illicit brew laced with killer chemicals, it is also key in the governance of the formal alcohol sector. One of the things
The beginning of the 18th century was marked by the Act of Union in 1707 which brought about tremendous changes in the British society. During this period, crucial changes happened that have modeled and are still influencing the today’s world. Two major parties, the Tories and the Whigs, were shaping the British political scene. The Tories were a party that defended the already established social and ecclesiastical norms. They are known as conservatives, defenders of landownership, while the Whigs
CONTENTS Preface i Literary Consciousness: A Dialectical and Historical Introduction 1 Nature and Environment: 11 Poetic Imprints of Shifting Perspectives Matthew Arnold: 23 The Voice and the Victim of Bourgeois Culture The Dialectics of Interpretation: 35 Aspects of Linguistic and Semantic Convergences Barthes and Bakhtin: 47 Monologic and Dialogic Searches for Meaning The Reader and the Sahrudaya 61 The Political Philosophy of Translation 71 Select Bibliography 85