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Colonialism and the economic demise and transformation of northern Nigeria's slave fundamental extractors from 1903 to the 1920s1998 Journal of Asian and African studies 33 (3): 223-40
  • Tyrone Ferdnance
Why do Gezira tenants withhold their households' labour?1985 Journal of Asian and African Studies 20 (1/2): 72-88
  • Abbas Abdelkarim
Towards a definition of Ecowas territorial scope1985 Journal of Asian and African Studies 20 (1/2): 31-41
  • S B Ajulo
Prospects of intergroup relations in an intense conflict situation: Jews and Arabs in Israel1985 Journal of Asian and African Studies 20 (3/4): 203-17
  • Aharon Bizman
  • Rachel Ben-Ari
  • Yehuda Amir
Ethnicity and the classification of social differences in plural societies: a perspective from Singapore1985 Journal of Asian and African Studies 20 (3/4): 141-55
  • John R Clammer
Medical education in Saudi Arabia: a sociological perspective on modernization and language1985 Journal of Asian and African Studies 20 (1/2): 1-12
  • Eugene B Gallagher
Demographic patterns and Kuwaiti-non-Kuwaiti mortality differentials, 1977-19811985 Journal of Asian and African Studies 20 (1/2): 96-104
  • Richard A Kurtz
Revolutionary leaders and their oppositions1985 Journal of Asian and African Studies 20 (1/2): 89-95
  • Mostafa Rejai
The belief in reincarnation among the Igbo of Nigeria1985 Journal of Asian and African Studies 20 (1/2): 13-30
  • Ian Stevenson
The constitution of the Second Republic of Nigeria1985 Journal of Asian and African Studies 20 (1/2): 42-55
  • George Steven Swan
The informant survey as a method of studying irrigation systems1985 Journal of Asian and African Studies 20 (1/2): 56-71
  • Frank W Young
Infrastructure and economic development: the evidence from central India1984 Journal of Asian and African Studies (1/2): 36-48
  • John Adams
Middle East oil and economic development: regional and global implications1984 Journal of Asian and African Studies (3/4): 137-49
  • Abbas Alnasrawi
Dr. Malcolm Kerr [8.lO.1931-18.l.1982]1984 Journal of Asian and African Studies (3/4): 1-2
  • Anonymous
Estimates of father-to-son occupational mobility in India, circa 19621984 Journal of Asian and African Studies (1/2): 18-35
  • D Shupe Anson jr
  • Lawrence E Hazelrigg
The usefulness of Max Weber's oeuvre in the discussion of development in Asia today1984 Journal of Asian and African Studies (1/2): 79-85
  • Andreas Buss
Between Lebanon and the Gulf1984 Journal of Asian and African Studies (3/4): 263-72
  • David B Capitanchik
Modernization and political development in the Middle East1984 Journal of Asian and African Studies (3/4): 174-89
  • J Leo Cefkin
The processes of administrative change in the Arab Middle East1984 Journal of Asian and African Studies (3/4): 2 -27
  • Zaki R Ghosheh
Development and the evolving foreign policy orientations of Middle East regimes1984 Journal of Asian and African Studies (3/4): 240-62
  • Joe D Hagan
Introduction [to special issue]: The Middle East: from transition to development1984 Journal of Asian and African Studies (3/4): 121-36
  • Sami G Hajjar
Education and political development in the Middle East1984 Journal of Asian and African Studies (3/4): 202-18
  • Joseph G Jabbra
  • Nancy W Jabbra
Leadership, ideology, and development in the Middle East1984 Journal of Asian and African Studies (3/4): 228-39
  • Bashir Khadra
Paradoxes of change: culture crisis, Islamic revival, and the reactivation of patriarchy1984 Journal of Asian and African Studies (1/2): 1-17
  • Susan E Marshall
Development programs and the Koya of Orissa, India: a test of Nehru's philosophy1984 Journal of Asian and African Studies (1/2): 49-63
  • Purna C Mohanty
  • Wilfrid C Bailey
Fundamentalist Islam: reservoir for turbulence [Malaysia]1984 Journal of Asian and African Studies (1/2): 73-9
  • Manning Nash
Spatial aspects of demographic change in the Arab world1984 Journal of Asian and African Studies (3/4): 150-73
  • Basheer K Nijim
Return mobility and the process of stratification in rural India1984 Journal of Asian and African Studies (1/2): 64-72
  • Bam Dev Sharda
The changing household size in India1984 Journal of Asian and African Studies (1/2): 86-95
  • J P Singh
The so-called renaissance of Islam1984 Journal of Asian and African Studies (3/4): 0-201
  • Antonie Wessels
Ethnic politics and crisis management: comparing South Africa and Israel1983 Journal of Asian and African Studies 18 (1/2): 4-21
  • Heribert Adam
Conjuring with Ibn Khaldun: from an anthropological point of view1983 Journal of Asian and African Studies 18 (3/4): 263-73
  • Jon W Anderson
An Islamic theory of Jewish history: the case of Ibn Khaldun1983 Journal of Asian and African Studies 18 (3/4): 189-97
  • Kalman Bland
Ibn Khaldun and language: from linguistic habit to philological craft1983 Journal of Asian and African Studies 18 (3/4): 179-88
  • Miriam Cooke
The strategy of Inkatha and its critics1983 Journal of Asian and African Studies 18 (1/2): 49-59
  • Oscar Dhlomo
Ideology in recent writings on South Africa1983 Journal of Asian and African Studies 18 (1/2): 99-115
  • H F Dickie-Clark
Royal authority, dynastic cyclism, and 'Ibn Khaldunism' in sixteenth-century Ottoman letters1983 Journal of Asian and African Studies 18 (3/4): 8-220
  • Cornell Fleischer
Naqshbandi Sufism and reformist Islam1983 Journal of Asian and African Studies 18 (3/4): 241-62
  • Warren Fusfeld
Constructing Afrikaner nationalism1983 Journal of Asian and African Studies 18 (1/2): 83-98
  • Hermann Giliomee
Lessons which are never learnt: minority rule in comparative perspective1983 Journal of Asian and African Studies 18 (1/2): 22-33
  • Theodor Hanf
Ibn Khaldun & Islamic reform1983 Journal of Asian and African Studies 18 (3/4): 221-40
  • Bruce B Lawrence
Ibn Khaldun and Islamic ideology [introduction to special issue]1983 Journal of Asian and African Studies 18 (3/4): 154-65
  • Bruce B Lawrence
Ibn Khaldun and Frederick Jackson Turner: Islam and the frontier experience1983 Journal of Asian and African Studies 18 (3/4): 274-85
  • Gordon D Newby
Ibn Khaldun in his time (May 27, 1332 - March 17, 14O6)1983 Journal of Asian and African Studies 18 (3/4): 166-78
  • Franz Rosenthal
Build-up to revolution or impasse?1983 Journal of Asian and African Studies 18 (1/2): 60-82
  • Lawrence Schlemmer
Sham reform and conflict regulation in a divided society1983 Journal of Asian and African Studies 18 (1/2): 34-48
  • F van Zyl Slabbert
Technology transfer and theories of development: conceptual issues in the south Asian context1982 Journal of Asian and African Studies 17 (1/2): 16-31
  • J A Agnew
Qadhafi's social theory as the basis of the third universal theory1982 Journal of Asian and African Studies 17 (3/4): 177-88
  • S G Hajjar
Indian historiography: writing and rewriting Indian history1982 Journal of Asian and African Studies 17 (3/4): 218-34
  • M L Handa
Turnover and autonomy in Japanese permanent public advisory bodies1982 Journal of Asian and African Studies 17 (3/4): 235-49
  • E Harari