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Diversity and Development
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"Africa is a treasury of illuminating information and insights. An authoritative tour de force, it spans history, geography, demography, society, environment, economics, health, politics and development. As a contemporary introduction and source of reference it will be invaluable. The maps, tables and figures, as well as the text, cover and illustrate a wide range of aspects and give much food for thought. Scholarly, accessible and stimulating, this is a book for development professionals and students alike." Professor Robert Chambers, Research Associate, Institute of Development Studies, UK. "This text is a refreshing look at the development possibilities for Africa's future through sharp lenses in each chapter. The authors have delivered an in-depth discourse that challenges our perception of how the multiple nations and cultures of Africa take on development, health issues and urbanisation without taking a one-size fits all approach. The book is a thorough and textured look into an issue close to all of our hearts: Africa's future." Hon. Professor Anna Tibaijuka (MP), Minister for Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development, Tanzania.
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Tony Binns is Ron Lister Professor of Geography at the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, and Visiting Professorial Fellow at the Unviersity of Sussex, Brighton, UK. Alan Dixon is Senior Lecturer in Geography at the University of Worcester, UK. Etienne Nel is Associate Professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, and Research Associate of the School of Tourism, University of Johannesburg, South Africa.
1. Africa: Continuity and Change 2. Africa's People 3. African Environments 4. Rural Africa 5. Urban Africa 6. Health 7. Conflict and Post-Conflict 8. African Economies 9. Developing Africa 10. What Future for Africa?