Research Paper On Ghana
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Ghana and Public Management Diversity
A 3 page paper discussing increasing gender diversity in Ghana’s public administration. The problem to be addressed here is that of promoting gender diversity in public administration in Ghana. The primary focus is to determine how the government of Ghana can encourage women to strive to reach government’s highest levels. Toward this end, the paper includes a nine-item questionnaire intended to be presented to those already active in the upper levels of Ghana’s public management. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
All God's Children Need Traveling Shoes by Maya Angelou
A 5 page analysis of All God's Children Need Traveling Shoes by Maya Angelou, which is the fifth volume in her serial autobiography. This volume is an account of Angelou's experiences in Ghana in the early 1960s. This narrative relates how Angelou found a job teaching at the University of Ghana and began working as an editor. While the narrative naturally includes the details of where Angelou worked, and the major details of her life, the motivating force behind the book is how Angelou worked to relate emotionally to Ghana and her African heritage. No additional sources cited.
A Ghana Dissident Teacher 20 Years After Convention People's Party Membership
This 5 page report discusses the scenario in which an Asante-speaking high school teacher in Accra, Ghana, deals with the political concerns of students in the modern Accra classroom. Once Ghana's Constitution of 1951 introduced universal adult suffrage, public expectations and mood seemed to propel African Gold Coast politics and
manipulating popular culture became an important means of gauging and shaping popular opinion. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Democratic Statehood Transitional Problems of Nigeria and Ghana
This 13 page paper discusses the transitional problems of emerging democracies, exampling Ghana and Nigeria as they struggle to maintain a democratic government. Examples are given, numerous experts cited, studies and surveys utilized. Bibliography lists 11 sources.