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Celebrating Adornment in Kenya's Diverse Cultures
(Asian Academic Research Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities, 2013-07)
Self adornment plays a significant role in ensuring the continuity of the political, socio-cultural and ethno-moral principles of communities in Kenya. Whether with permanent marks like tattoos or scars, or temporary ...
Hair: A Samburu Identity Statement
(Journal Of International Academic Research For Multidisciplinary, 2014-03)
Hair is inherently inscribed with meaning as a manifestation of personal preference or imposed rules of conduct.Hair among the Samburu culture is more than simply statement of personal state and style. It is a marker of ...
G. G. Kariuki in the Development and Politics of Laikipia County in Kenya
(Journal Of International Academic Research For Multidisciplinary, 2013-08)
Godfrey Gitahi Kariuki, popularly known as G.G., is one of the longest serving political leaders in Kenya’s post-independence history. Yet, like many of his political contemporaries, his contribution to the historiography ...
Development in Institutions of Higher Learning: A Technological Impact
(Mount Kenya University, 2014-04)
This paper explores how the world is a midst technological advancement since the industrial revolution. It has moved from chemical to electronic processes, industrial to a learning age, manual to automated labour and ...
Globalization, Development and Multi-National Corporations (MNCs): The Kenyan Scenario
(Research Journal of Finance and Accounting, 2013)
This paper examines the globalization phenomenon which has become the real approach for the international economy in the 21 st century. This is evident from the fact that nations have become more interdependent through the ...
The Economic Utility of Beads Culture of the Samburu Tribe of Kenya
(African Journal of Social Sciences, 2013)
Beads have played an important role in the personal lives of Africans. They have been valued as currency, identification of status and as an artistic medium. Beads forms an integral part of the Samburu culture and have ...