Articles by Author: Mohamed Dakki

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  1. Migration et hivernage de quelques passereaux au Maroc: Mise au point à partir des données de baguage-reprise

    Migration et hivernage de quelques passereaux au Maroc: Mise au point à partir des données de baguage-reprise

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
    Morocco plays a major role in the migration and wintering of several Palaearctic-African passerines, because of its geographical position and great diversity of wetlands used as stopover sites. These have been studied on the basis of recovery data stored at...
  2. Rôle de la côte Atlantique marocaine dans l'hivernage des limicoles (<em>Aves</em>, <em>Charadrii</em>)

    Rôle de la côte Atlantique marocaine dans l'hivernage des limicoles (<em>Aves</em>, <em>Charadrii</em>)

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
    An analysis of the distribution of wintering waders in Morocco showed that 91% were found on the Atlantic coast, where their preferred habitats (sandy beaches, mudflats, marshlands) are best represented. Waders in Morocco can be grouped into three categories based...
  3. Editorial

    Editorial

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
  4. Aboveground phytomass productivity and morphological variability of Tunisian accessions of <em>Cenchrus ciliaris</em> L.

    Aboveground phytomass productivity and morphological variability of Tunisian accessions of <em>Cenchrus ciliaris</em> L.

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Range & Forage Science
    This study assessed the aboveground aerial phytomass produced by 47 accessions of Cenchrus ciliaris L. locally collected in the arid zone of Tunisia and classified into six eco-geographic groups. The extent of genetic variation in five morphologic parameters was examined...
  5. Agronomic evaluation of herbaceous legumes in a subhumid zone of Uganda

    Agronomic evaluation of herbaceous legumes in a subhumid zone of Uganda

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Range & Forage Science
    Sixteen promising forage legume accessions (15 species) were selected from small plot observation trials for agronomic evaluation over three years in a subhumid zone of Uganda. Macrotyloma axillare (Archer) significantly out yielded all other accessions in terms of annual dry...
  6. Still Photography Provides Data for Community-Based Initiatives

    Still Photography Provides Data for Community-Based Initiatives

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    We use community psychology's accent on methodological pluralism and giving voice to the marginalised as a platform to critically examine the utility and outcome of photography as a data collection and community engagement method. Accordingly we focus on two community...
  7. Community Counselling: Values and Practices

    Community Counselling: Values and Practices

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This article focuses on community counselling, specifically in African contexts. A community psychology approach is used as a framework for this discussion. This approach, linked to a critical perspective, highlights the importance of going beyond individualist assessments and interventions towards...
  8. Community Counselling in African Contexts

    Community Counselling in African Contexts

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This article explores community counselling as a form of professional practice for psychologists, with a particular focus on practices that are relevant in African contexts. The discussion identifies and discusses various models of practice identified in community psychology, including an...
  9. Community Engagement as Liberal Performance, as Critical Intellectualism and as Praxis

    Community Engagement as Liberal Performance, as Critical Intellectualism and as Praxis

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This article aims to illustrate that engagement is a dynamic and evolutionary process, moulded by contesting ideological, social actor and contextual forces. For purposes of illustration, I draw on a university-affiliated, participatory enactment of community engagement as a case example...