Articles by Keyword: Kenyan Tv Drama

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  1. Inventing Women: Female Voice in Kenyan Television Drama

    Inventing Women: Female Voice in Kenyan Television Drama

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies
    This article examines contemporary women's voices mediated through Kenyan television drama while focusing on Mother-in-law and Tabasamu. It investigates how female characters’ revelation of self transforms their silence into visibility and action, in the process, showing how they move from...
  2. The Effects of Kenyan Child-Raising Practices on Adult Life

    The Effects of Kenyan Child-Raising Practices on Adult Life

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    The study investigated the effects on adult behavior of child-raising practices in Nairobi, Kenya. The research sample consisted of 11 adult men and women from polygamous (five), monogamous (five) and single parent (one) backgrounds. Additionally, the sample included adult participants...
  3. Group Polarization Effects on Decisions by Selected Kenyan Secondary School Disciplinary Panels

    Group Polarization Effects on Decisions by Selected Kenyan Secondary School Disciplinary Panels

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study investigated social group phenomenon of group polarization effects on disciplinary hearing decisions in selected Kenyan secondary school. The participants were 78 school personnel (females = 42 % and males 58%) from ten secondary schools with both unisex (n...
  4. Effects of low rates of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilisers on productivity of an annual African clover, <em>Trifolium quartinianum</em> cultivar Mealton 5, for zero grazing in Kenyan highland smallholdings

    Effects of low rates of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilisers on productivity of an annual African clover, <em>Trifolium quartinianum</em> cultivar Mealton 5, for zero grazing in Kenyan highland smallholdings

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Range & Forage Science
    Zero grazing is the cornerstone of dairying in intensively cultivated smallholdings in Kenya. The cut and carry method of forage harvesting increasingly is leading to soil mining, especially of phosphorus (P) and nitrogen (N). This problem is more serious in...
  5. Communication skills for medical/dental students at the University of Pretoria: Lessons learnt from a two-year study using a forum theatre method

    Communication skills for medical/dental students at the University of Pretoria: Lessons learnt from a two-year study using a forum theatre method

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Family Practice
    Background: This study describes the lessons learnt from using a novel method for teaching communication skills to second-year medical/dental students.
  6. Social comparison influences on disciplinary panels: a brief qualitative study in Kenyan secondary schools

    Social comparison influences on disciplinary panels: a brief qualitative study in Kenyan secondary schools

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study investigated the influences of social comparisons on group polarization in decision making among members of selected Kenyan secondary school disciplinary panels. Ten participants from 10 selected secondary school disciplinary panels were involved. Semi-structured interviews were used to collect...
  7. The Intersection of the Self and History in Kenyan Autobiographies

    The Intersection of the Self and History in Kenyan Autobiographies

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies
    Life writing has increasingly become a popular genre which calls for sustained interrogation and analysis of the narratives produced. The autobiography is not only the story of the narrating subject but can be read as the history of the society...
  8. Transformation as social drama: Stories about merging at North West University, South Africa

    Transformation as social drama: Stories about merging at North West University, South Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Anthropology Southern Africa
    South African higher education is going through a transitional phase of transformation in which existing cultures and identities are strongly contested. The ambiguity and insecurity that come along with such a process are demonstrated in this article through presentation of...
  9. Living off the Stony Farm: Address and Diasporic Consciousness in “Shamba la Mawe” by Awilo Mike

    Living off the Stony Farm: Address and Diasporic Consciousness in “Shamba la Mawe” by Awilo Mike

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies
    This article reads diasporic consciousness in the song “Shamba la Mawe” by the Kenyan artiste, Awilo Mike. It takes as its entry point for the reading the fact that Peter, the speaker in the song's lyrics, a Kenyan migrant in...
  10. Occurrence and ingestion of microplastics by zooplankton in Kenya's marine environment: first documented evidence

    Occurrence and ingestion of microplastics by zooplankton in Kenya's marine environment: first documented evidence

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Marine Science
    Microplastics can be ingested by marine organisms and may lead to negative impacts at the base of marine food chains. This study investigated the occurrence and composition of microplastics in the sea-surface water and sought evidence of ingestion by zooplankton...