CULTURAL HERITAGE AND CONTEMPORARY CHANGE

SERIES II. AFRICA. VOLUME 4

 

 

SOCIAL RECONSTRUCTION IN AFRICA

 

UGANDAN PHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES, II

 

edited by

E. WAMALA

A.R. BYARUHANGA

A.T. DALFOVO

J.K. KIGONGO

S.A. MWANAHEWA

G. TUSABE

 

CONTENTS

 

 

PREFACE

 

INTRODUCTION

The Contemporary World Situation and the Structure of This Response

by E. Wamala

 

PART I. SOCIAL RECONSTRUCTION: THE ROLE OF THE PEOPLE AND THAT OF THE STATE

 

CHAPTER I. Development in Sub-saharan Africa: The State and the People

by A. T. Dalfovo

 

CHAPTER II. Ethics and Social Reconstruction in Africa

by G. Tusabe

 

PART II. SOCIAL RECONSTRUCTION AS A MATTER OF ETHICS AND CULTURE

 

CHAPTER III. Moral Consciousness and Self-identity in Contemporary African Change

by J. K. Kigongo

 

CHAPTER IV. Ethnicity, Culture and Social Reconstruction

by A.R. Byaruhanga

 

CHAPTER V. Cultural Elements in Social Reconstruction in Africa

by E. Wamala

 

PART III. SOCIAL RECONSTRUCTION AND THE HARMONY OF PEOPLES

 

CHAPTER VI. Modernization and Social Reconstruction: The Africa at the Crossroads

by S.A. Mwanahewa

 

CHAPTER VII. Social Identity and Conflict: A Positive Approach

by Byaruhanga Rukooko Archangel

 

CHAPTER VIII. Globalization as Diversity in Unity

by George F. McLean

 



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