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The Resource Transforming innovations in Africa : explorative studies on appropriation in African societies, edited by Jan-Bart Gewald, André Leliveld, Iva Peša, (electronic resource)

Transforming innovations in Africa : explorative studies on appropriation in African societies, edited by Jan-Bart Gewald, André Leliveld, Iva Peša, (electronic resource)

Label
Transforming innovations in Africa : explorative studies on appropriation in African societies
Title
Transforming innovations in Africa
Title remainder
explorative studies on appropriation in African societies
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jan-Bart Gewald, André Leliveld, Iva Peša
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Dewey number
338.064
LC call number
HC800.Z9
LC item number
T477 2012
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Gewald, Jan-Bart
  • Leliveld, Andre
  • Peša, Iva
Series statement
African dynamics,
Series volume
vol. 11
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Technological innovations
  • Information technology
  • Africa
Label
Transforming innovations in Africa : explorative studies on appropriation in African societies, edited by Jan-Bart Gewald, André Leliveld, Iva Peša, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Mobile cash for nomadic livestock keepers : the impact of the mobile phone innovation (M-Pesa) on Maasai pastoralists in Kenya
  • Marcel Rutten & Moses Mwangi
  • From Gao : Sawaba and the politics of decolonization and insurrection in the Songhay zone of Mali and Niger (1957-1964)
  • Klaas van Walraven
  • From self-help group to water company : the Wandiege community water supply project (Kisumu, Kenya)
  • Samuel O. Owuor & Dick Foeken
  • 'It is time to start my own farm' : the unforeseen effects of two waves of resettlement on household formation in Zimbabwe
  • Marleen Dekker & Bill Kinsey
  • 'Cassava is our chief' : negotiating identity, markets and the state through cassava in Mwinilunga, Zambia
  • Iva Peša
  • Introduction : transforming innovations in Africa : explorative studies on appropriation in African societies
  • The social cocktail : weddings and the innovative mixing of competences in Botswana
  • Rijk van Dijk
  • Of labradors and libraries : the transformation of innovation on a farm in Kibale, western Uganda
  • Jan-Bart Gewald
  • Engine of change : a social history of the car-mechanics sector in the Horn of Africa
  • Stefano Bellucci & Massimo Zaccaria
  • Water innovations among the Maasai pastoralists of Kenya : the role of outside interventions in the performance of traditional shallow wells
  • Moses Mwangi & Marcel Rutten
  • Stealing from the railways : blacksmiths, colonialism and innovation in Northern Nigeria
  • Shehu Tijjani Yusuf
  • Jan-Bart Gewald, André Leliveld & Iva Peša
  • Who killed innovation in the Cape wine industry? : the story of a stuck fermentation c. 1930-1986
  • Paul Nugent
  • Entrepreneurship, colonial monetary economy and the limits of creativity : appropriating trading stores in Northern Namibia, 1925-1980
  • Gregor Dobler
  • Frugal innovation in Africa : tracking Unilever's washing-powder sachets
  • Cees van Beers, Peter Knorringa & André Leliveld
  • Mobile cash for nomadic livestock keepers : the impact of the mobile phone innovation (M-Pesa) on Maasai pastoralists in Kenya
  • Marcel Rutten & Moses Mwangi
  • From Gao : Sawaba and the politics of decolonization and insurrection in the Songhay zone of Mali and Niger (1957-1964)
  • Klaas van Walraven
  • From self-help group to water company : the Wandiege community water supply project (Kisumu, Kenya)
  • Samuel O. Owuor & Dick Foeken
  • 'It is time to start my own farm' : the unforeseen effects of two waves of resettlement on household formation in Zimbabwe
  • Marleen Dekker & Bill Kinsey
  • 'Cassava is our chief' : negotiating identity, markets and the state through cassava in Mwinilunga, Zambia
  • Iva Peša
  • Introduction : transforming innovations in Africa : explorative studies on appropriation in African societies
  • The social cocktail : weddings and the innovative mixing of competences in Botswana
  • Rijk van Dijk
  • Of labradors and libraries : the transformation of innovation on a farm in Kibale, western Uganda
  • Jan-Bart Gewald
  • Engine of change : a social history of the car-mechanics sector in the Horn of Africa
  • Stefano Bellucci & Massimo Zaccaria
  • Water innovations among the Maasai pastoralists of Kenya : the role of outside interventions in the performance of traditional shallow wells
  • Moses Mwangi & Marcel Rutten
  • Stealing from the railways : blacksmiths, colonialism and innovation in Northern Nigeria
  • Shehu Tijjani Yusuf
  • Jan-Bart Gewald, André Leliveld & Iva Peša
  • Who killed innovation in the Cape wine industry? : the story of a stuck fermentation c. 1930-1986
  • Paul Nugent
  • Entrepreneurship, colonial monetary economy and the limits of creativity : appropriating trading stores in Northern Namibia, 1925-1980
  • Gregor Dobler
  • Frugal innovation in Africa : tracking Unilever's washing-powder sachets
  • Cees van Beers, Peter Knorringa & André Leliveld
  • Mobile cash for nomadic livestock keepers : the impact of the mobile phone innovation (M-Pesa) on Maasai pastoralists in Kenya
  • Marcel Rutten & Moses Mwangi
  • From Gao : Sawaba and the politics of decolonization and insurrection in the Songhay zone of Mali and Niger (1957-1964)
  • Klaas van Walraven
  • From self-help group to water company : the Wandiege community water supply project (Kisumu, Kenya)
  • Samuel O. Owuor & Dick Foeken
  • 'It is time to start my own farm' : the unforeseen effects of two waves of resettlement on household formation in Zimbabwe
  • Marleen Dekker & Bill Kinsey
  • 'Cassava is our chief' : negotiating identity, markets and the state through cassava in Mwinilunga, Zambia
  • Iva Peša
  • Introduction : transforming innovations in Africa : explorative studies on appropriation in African societies
  • The social cocktail : weddings and the innovative mixing of competences in Botswana
  • Rijk van Dijk
  • Of labradors and libraries : the transformation of innovation on a farm in Kibale, western Uganda
  • Jan-Bart Gewald
  • Engine of change : a social history of the car-mechanics sector in the Horn of Africa
  • Stefano Bellucci & Massimo Zaccaria
  • Water innovations among the Maasai pastoralists of Kenya : the role of outside interventions in the performance of traditional shallow wells
  • Moses Mwangi & Marcel Rutten
  • Stealing from the railways : blacksmiths, colonialism and innovation in Northern Nigeria
  • Shehu Tijjani Yusuf
  • Jan-Bart Gewald, André Leliveld & Iva Peša
  • Who killed innovation in the Cape wine industry? : the story of a stuck fermentation c. 1930-1986
  • Paul Nugent
  • Entrepreneurship, colonial monetary economy and the limits of creativity : appropriating trading stores in Northern Namibia, 1925-1980
  • Gregor Dobler
  • Frugal innovation in Africa : tracking Unilever's washing-powder sachets
  • Cees van Beers, Peter Knorringa & André Leliveld
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000909035
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
ix, 301 p.
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9789004245235
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2012951191
Other physical details
ill. (chiefly col.), maps
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000909035
Label
Transforming innovations in Africa : explorative studies on appropriation in African societies, edited by Jan-Bart Gewald, André Leliveld, Iva Peša, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Mobile cash for nomadic livestock keepers : the impact of the mobile phone innovation (M-Pesa) on Maasai pastoralists in Kenya
  • Marcel Rutten & Moses Mwangi
  • From Gao : Sawaba and the politics of decolonization and insurrection in the Songhay zone of Mali and Niger (1957-1964)
  • Klaas van Walraven
  • From self-help group to water company : the Wandiege community water supply project (Kisumu, Kenya)
  • Samuel O. Owuor & Dick Foeken
  • 'It is time to start my own farm' : the unforeseen effects of two waves of resettlement on household formation in Zimbabwe
  • Marleen Dekker & Bill Kinsey
  • 'Cassava is our chief' : negotiating identity, markets and the state through cassava in Mwinilunga, Zambia
  • Iva Peša
  • Introduction : transforming innovations in Africa : explorative studies on appropriation in African societies
  • The social cocktail : weddings and the innovative mixing of competences in Botswana
  • Rijk van Dijk
  • Of labradors and libraries : the transformation of innovation on a farm in Kibale, western Uganda
  • Jan-Bart Gewald
  • Engine of change : a social history of the car-mechanics sector in the Horn of Africa
  • Stefano Bellucci & Massimo Zaccaria
  • Water innovations among the Maasai pastoralists of Kenya : the role of outside interventions in the performance of traditional shallow wells
  • Moses Mwangi & Marcel Rutten
  • Stealing from the railways : blacksmiths, colonialism and innovation in Northern Nigeria
  • Shehu Tijjani Yusuf
  • Jan-Bart Gewald, André Leliveld & Iva Peša
  • Who killed innovation in the Cape wine industry? : the story of a stuck fermentation c. 1930-1986
  • Paul Nugent
  • Entrepreneurship, colonial monetary economy and the limits of creativity : appropriating trading stores in Northern Namibia, 1925-1980
  • Gregor Dobler
  • Frugal innovation in Africa : tracking Unilever's washing-powder sachets
  • Cees van Beers, Peter Knorringa & André Leliveld
  • Mobile cash for nomadic livestock keepers : the impact of the mobile phone innovation (M-Pesa) on Maasai pastoralists in Kenya
  • Marcel Rutten & Moses Mwangi
  • From Gao : Sawaba and the politics of decolonization and insurrection in the Songhay zone of Mali and Niger (1957-1964)
  • Klaas van Walraven
  • From self-help group to water company : the Wandiege community water supply project (Kisumu, Kenya)
  • Samuel O. Owuor & Dick Foeken
  • 'It is time to start my own farm' : the unforeseen effects of two waves of resettlement on household formation in Zimbabwe
  • Marleen Dekker & Bill Kinsey
  • 'Cassava is our chief' : negotiating identity, markets and the state through cassava in Mwinilunga, Zambia
  • Iva Peša
  • Introduction : transforming innovations in Africa : explorative studies on appropriation in African societies
  • The social cocktail : weddings and the innovative mixing of competences in Botswana
  • Rijk van Dijk
  • Of labradors and libraries : the transformation of innovation on a farm in Kibale, western Uganda
  • Jan-Bart Gewald
  • Engine of change : a social history of the car-mechanics sector in the Horn of Africa
  • Stefano Bellucci & Massimo Zaccaria
  • Water innovations among the Maasai pastoralists of Kenya : the role of outside interventions in the performance of traditional shallow wells
  • Moses Mwangi & Marcel Rutten
  • Stealing from the railways : blacksmiths, colonialism and innovation in Northern Nigeria
  • Shehu Tijjani Yusuf
  • Jan-Bart Gewald, André Leliveld & Iva Peša
  • Who killed innovation in the Cape wine industry? : the story of a stuck fermentation c. 1930-1986
  • Paul Nugent
  • Entrepreneurship, colonial monetary economy and the limits of creativity : appropriating trading stores in Northern Namibia, 1925-1980
  • Gregor Dobler
  • Frugal innovation in Africa : tracking Unilever's washing-powder sachets
  • Cees van Beers, Peter Knorringa & André Leliveld
  • Mobile cash for nomadic livestock keepers : the impact of the mobile phone innovation (M-Pesa) on Maasai pastoralists in Kenya
  • Marcel Rutten & Moses Mwangi
  • From Gao : Sawaba and the politics of decolonization and insurrection in the Songhay zone of Mali and Niger (1957-1964)
  • Klaas van Walraven
  • From self-help group to water company : the Wandiege community water supply project (Kisumu, Kenya)
  • Samuel O. Owuor & Dick Foeken
  • 'It is time to start my own farm' : the unforeseen effects of two waves of resettlement on household formation in Zimbabwe
  • Marleen Dekker & Bill Kinsey
  • 'Cassava is our chief' : negotiating identity, markets and the state through cassava in Mwinilunga, Zambia
  • Iva Peša
  • Introduction : transforming innovations in Africa : explorative studies on appropriation in African societies
  • The social cocktail : weddings and the innovative mixing of competences in Botswana
  • Rijk van Dijk
  • Of labradors and libraries : the transformation of innovation on a farm in Kibale, western Uganda
  • Jan-Bart Gewald
  • Engine of change : a social history of the car-mechanics sector in the Horn of Africa
  • Stefano Bellucci & Massimo Zaccaria
  • Water innovations among the Maasai pastoralists of Kenya : the role of outside interventions in the performance of traditional shallow wells
  • Moses Mwangi & Marcel Rutten
  • Stealing from the railways : blacksmiths, colonialism and innovation in Northern Nigeria
  • Shehu Tijjani Yusuf
  • Jan-Bart Gewald, André Leliveld & Iva Peša
  • Who killed innovation in the Cape wine industry? : the story of a stuck fermentation c. 1930-1986
  • Paul Nugent
  • Entrepreneurship, colonial monetary economy and the limits of creativity : appropriating trading stores in Northern Namibia, 1925-1980
  • Gregor Dobler
  • Frugal innovation in Africa : tracking Unilever's washing-powder sachets
  • Cees van Beers, Peter Knorringa & André Leliveld
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000909035
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
ix, 301 p.
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9789004245235
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2012951191
Other physical details
ill. (chiefly col.), maps
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000909035

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