Rapid, impartial and comprehensive coverage of published and forthcoming materials on African Affairs and gathered from world wide sources, A Current Bibliography on African Affairs
is compiled as a quarterly guide for study and research in the field of African Studies and related subjects. It presents a thoughtful selection of references to a considerable diversity of materials, not only in subject and geographical selection, but also to point the user toward an increasing range of resources focusing on a sociotechnical approach to African affairs.
THE JOURNAL IS ARRANGED IN FOUR PARTS
- Book Reviews
- Bibliographic Section
- Author Index
For all interested in Africa, A Current Bibliography on African Affairs
provides a current, comprehensive and annotated bibliography. Our source materials are both African and International. The Bibliographical Section is divided into two parts - General and Regional. Headings in these areas will adjust to accommodate current interests. The scope of the Journal
will continue to grow reflecting the many viewpoints that exist for given topics. The Author Index is cumulative within each volume, a list of source documents appears for materials cited, and a Regional Index for cross-referencing the General Section will appear in the fourth issue of each volume.
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