Title Handbook of research on theoretical perspectives on indigenous knowledge systems in developing countries / [edited by] Patrick Ngulube, University of South Africa, South Africa.
Published Hershey, PA : IGI Global, [2017]
Detail xxv, 515 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
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Added Author Agber, Tim Cuttings. Factors Militating Against the Development of Tiv Indigenous Knowledge
  Agyepong, Adelaide Owusu. Indigenous Communication :A Narrative of Selected Indigenous Practices of the Akan Group of Ghana
  Dlamini, Petros Nhlavu. Use of Information and Communication Technologies Tools to Capture, Store, and Disseminate Indigenous Knowledge :A Literature Review
  Donnir, Gordon M. Psychotherapy in Indigenous Context Psychotherapy in Indigenous Context :A Ghanaian Contribution towards Provision of Culturally Competent Care
  Gilio-Whitaker, Dina. Fourth World Theory and Methods of Inquiry
  Khupe, Constance. Language, Participation, and Indigenous Knowledge Systems Research in Mqatsheni, South Arrica
  Mapara, Jacob. Binarism as a Recipe for Lukewarm Research into Indigenous Knowledge Systems in Zimbabwe
  Masoga, Mogomme Alpheus. Critical Reflections on Selected Local Narratives of Contextural South African Indigenous Knowledge
  Maune, Alexander. Indigenous Knowledge Intelligence and African Development
  Mosimege, Mogege David. Research Protocols and Ethical Considerations in Indigenous Knowledge Systems
  Mphuthi, David. Hybrid Method for Exploring Efficacy of Indigenous Management of Comon Cold through African Therapy
  Ngara, Rutendo. Multiple Vices, Multiple Paths :Towards Dialogue between Western and Indigenous Medical Knowledge Systems
  Ngqila, Kholekile Hazel. Pluralistic Tendencies in Healing Abantu Illness in the Contemporary South Africa
  Ngulube, Patrick, editor
  Ngulube, Patrick. Application and Contribution of Hermeneutic and Eidetic Phenomenology to Indigenous Knowledge Research
  Ngulube, Patrick. Concepturalizing the Knowledge of Traditional and Indigenous Communities Using Informetrics Approaches
  Owusu-Ansah, Frances Emily. Psychotherapy in Indigenous Context Psychotherapy in Indigenous Context :A Ghanaian Contribution towards Provision of Culturally Competent Care
  Pienaar, Abel Jacobus. Learning and Asserting an African Indigenous Health Research Framework
  Romm, Norma Ruth Arlene. Binarism as a Recipe for Lukewarm Research into Indigenous Knowledge Systems in Zimbabwe
  Ryser, Rudolph Carl. Fourth World Theory and Methods of Inquiry
  Shizha, Edward. Indigenous Knowledges and Knowledge Codification in the Knowledge Economy
  Tapfuma, Mass. Visibility and Accessibility of Indigenous Knowledge on Open Access Institutional Repositories at Universities in Africa
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