Ethiopia 94: Papers of the 12th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies: Social Sciences

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The essays collected in these New Trends volumes represent an innovation in International Conferences of Ethiopian Studies. They are timely and current, and they are affordable for student, scholar and official alike. They reveal the wide variety of Ethiopian studies and scholarly concerns about the country. They sum up whole fields of study and indicate where researchers might usefully accomplish more work in the future. Many of the essays are cautious assessments of difficult problems; others treat controversial topics with judicious forebearance; not a few are redolent with political pitch; and some are chronicles or narratives. Altogether, they demonstrate that Ethiopian studies are alive and well and surviving the various political shocks of the post-imperial era.
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Liberalizing Ethiopian Grain Markets 2
Female-Headed Households and Agricultural Production in Ethiopia 25
The Historical Development, Current Status and Level of Integration of Agricultural Education, Research and Extension in Ethiopia 36
Diversified Selection of Sorghum bicolor and Development of Indigenous Varieties: A Case from the Arbore in Southwestern Ethiopia 50
Creation, Evolution and Impact of the Agricultural Marketing Corporation on Marketing Food Grains in Ethiopia 52
The Making of Constitution in Ethiopia: The Centralization and Decentralization of the Administration 66
Somali Irredentism Reconsidered 79
A Nation in Perpetual Transition: The Politics of Changes in Administrative Divisions and Subdivisions in Ethiopia 83
Rebuilding Ethiopia Around Democracy 114
Ethiopia and Eritrea in Transition The Impact of Ethnicity on Politics and Development Opportunities and Pitfalls 120
Democracy and Governance in Ethiopia: A Survey of Institutions, Issues and Initiatives in the Transitional Period 127
Freedom of Religion and Secularization of State: The Legal Status of Islamic Law and Shariat Courts in Ethiopia 151
Food Security Through a Safety Net - Or a Right to Work? 157
Do the Amhara Exist as a Distinct Ethnic Group? 168
Deficits of Democracy in the Transitional Government of Ethiopia Since 1991 188
Ethiopia's Right to "Life" in International Law 205
Issues in Health Care Financing in North Shawa Ethiopia 226
Demographic Responses to Recurring Famines in Ethiopia 249
Land Tenure and Land Policy in Ethiopia After the Derg 260
Land Sales and Similar Practices: Yefat 1974-1993 285
A Preliminary Appraisal of Ethiopia's Economic Reforms 1991-931 311
Key Success Factors in Tourism Strategy: A Study of Ethiopia's African Competitors 334
The Financing of Ethiopia: Education Expansion Under Constraints and The Role of Aid 349
Health, Nutrition and Survival Among the Boran and Arsi 365
The Dynamics of the Ethiopian Private Sector During the Transition from Stalinism to a Market-led Economy 378
Problems and Options in African Privatization Programs: A Case Study 430
Discontinuous Development and Ethnic Collective Movements in Ethiopia 467
Budgetary Trade-offs in Ethiopia, 1965-1993 495
Elderly Ethiopians' Traditional Knowledge: A Resource in Development 513
Public Welfare and the Politics of National Liberation in Ethiopia and Eritrea 521
Decrees, Dictators and Development: Relief and Politics in Ethiopia 1985-1989 538
Education and Development - A Paradigmal Relevancy? 550
Japanese Anthropological Research and Its Application for Development Planning in Southwestern Ethiopia: A Case of South Omo 567
Rural Economic Development Policy During Haile Sellassie and Derg Regimes 574
International NGOs in Ethiopia: Irish Concern in Rural Development in Wolaita Province - Missing the People 593
Australian Perceptions of Ethiopia as a Tourist Destination: An Empirical Study 615
Immunity of the Ethiopian Economy to Social Experimentation 627
Land Distribution and Socio-Economic Changes in Ethiopia: The Case of Wogda, Northern Shewa 636
Scientific Investigations on Traditionally Used Medicinal, Flavor and Fragrance Plants Sold in Ethiopian Traditional Markets 666
An Agenda for Palynological Research on Late Holocene Environmental History and Human Ecology in Northern Ethiopia 675
Model-Maps for Ethiopian Studies 688
Dialectics of Biological Diversity and Biological Dimensionality and Ethiopia's Ecological Malaise 697
Environmental and Climatic Fluctuations During the Last Few Thousand Years in Southern Ethiopia, Pollen Data 721
Refractions of Revolution in Ethiopian 'Surmic' Societies: An Analysis of Cultural Response 734
"The Eagle Talks to a Kallu": Waso Boorana Ritual Perceptions of Ethiopia in Kenya 756
Rethinking One's Own Culture (Emic and Etic Considerations) 773
The bala weqabi - Servant of Spirits and Men 791
Indigenous Work Parties Among the Ari of Southwest Ethiopia 816
The Traditional Ways of Building Houses Within Wolayta Society 834
The Basic Values of Ethiopian Workers, Teachers and Students: A Search for Some Psychosocial Correlates of Underdevelopment 858
Traditional Structures in the Current Ethno-Cultural Processes of Ethiopia 871
The Monopoly Mechanism: Generating and Menacing the Ethiopian State 880
Inter-Ethnic Relations of the Anywaa (Anuak) in Western Ethiopia: With Special Reference to the Majangir 899
The New Directions of Ethiopian Politics: Democratizing a Multi-Ethnic Society 913
Reflections on Pilgrimages in Ethiopia 933
Publicity and the Wielding of Power - A Case from Gojjam, Ethiopia 954
Making a Point with Knives: Wedding Gifts and Intergroup Relations 966
Islam and the Gada System as Conflict-Shaping Forces in Southern Oromia 975
Jural Postulates in the New Ethiopian Law: A New Approach to Law and Legal Education in Ethiopia 998
Attitude to Political Change: Results of Sociological Questioning in Ethiopia 1010
Childbirth and Seclusion Among the Omotic Ari 1017
Evil Eye, Health Beliefs, and Social Tensions Among the Sidama 1033
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