By Samuel Agyei-Mensah, Joseph Atsu Ayee, Abena D. Oduro
This booklet is the 1st compilation of its variety that brings jointly discussions of the evolution of scholarship in several branches of the Social Sciences. It provides a entire multi-disciplinary textual content exploring the altering dynamics of the Social Sciences in Ghana, delivering a broader point of view from which to view the evolution, concept, equipment, substance and relevance of every of the Social technological know-how disciplines and their a number of interfaces. The advent and the belief are dedicated to the theoretical, comparative and empirical debate over the Social Sciences from old and analytical views. Written through said specialists, the 15 chapters span the next disciplines: Archaeology and historical past stories; historical past; Geography; Psychology; Sociology and Anthropology; Social paintings; Economics; Political technological know-how; overseas Affairs; details reviews; verbal exchange experiences; African experiences; improvement experiences; Women’s and Gender reviews and grownup and carrying on with Education.
Changing views at the Social Sciences in Ghana bargains subtle views for evaluating and appreciating the synergies, modifications, tendencies and nuances between and among the Social technological know-how disciplines in Ghana, in a holistic and scholarly manner.
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