The beginning of the book talks about Kwame Nkrumah’s birth and early childhood. During this era, there were no registrations for birth and death as there are today, and so he did not know exactly when he was born, although he was able to make a good guess from the events that occurred before and during his birth. Therefore he settled on the date of Saturday, 18th of September, 1909. He was born in the village of Nkroful in Nzima on Saturday September 1909. Though, it was not clear as how dates of birth, marriages and deaths were recorded.
2016 Graduands of the University of Education, Winneba and the general public are hereby informed that the first session of the 21st Congregation for the award of degrees, diplomas and certificates will be held as follows:
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This text guides fashion students through the garment construction process and provides students in both fashion design and merchandising with the industry standard construction information that they will need to function effectively within design firms. By focusing on garment construction techniques for various market levels-from budget (mass market) and moderate to bridge (or better) and designer's ready-to-wear-this text emphasizes the garment construction process as it exists in the industry today.
In addition to contributing to the understanding of why people buy things, this text considers how products, services, and consumption activities contribute to the broader social world we experience. Consumer Behavior: In Fashion, Second Edition not only probes the psyche of the American consumer, but considers the multicultural perspectives of consumers from around the world. Models of consumer behavior underscore the complex interrelationships between the individual consumer and his/her social reality.
This study offers a “social interpretation of environmental process” for the coastal lowlands of southeastern Ghana. The Anlo-Ewe, sometimes hailed as the quintessential sea fishermen of the West African coast, are a previously non-maritime people who developed a maritime tradition. As a fishing community the Anlo have a strong attachment to their land. In the twentieth century coastal erosion has brought about a collapse of the balance between nature and culture.
Prepare your graduate students for their careers in audiology with Katz's Handbook of Clinical Audiology, Seventh Edition. This go-to resource was developed by an unsurpassed team of editors and authors, whose expertise in research and clinical practice spans all core areas of clinical audiology.
The 3rd edition of Color Studies introduces students from all concentrations of visual arts to color theory, the physiology and psychology of color perception, and the physics of color. This text discusses in detail the four dimensions of color - hue, value, intensity and temperature - with tips for putting knowledge into practice in a variety of disciplines, from painting and other fine arts to interior design, architecture, fashion design, textile design, and graphic design.
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The second half of the nineteenth century witnessed some of the greatest gold mining migrations in history when dreams of bonanza lured thousands of prospectors and diggers to the far corners of the earth—including the Gold Coast of West Africa.
El Dorado in West Africa explores the first modern gold rush of Ghana in all of its dimensions—land, labor, capital, traditional African mining, technology, transport, management, the clash of cultures, and colonial rule. The rich tapestry of events is crisscrossed by unexpected ironies and paradoxes.