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Education for urban development in Kenya with Special reference to the problems Of the urban areas
This section is aimed at briefing the reader regarding the historical basis for the urban situation in Kenya and also focusing the attention of the reader on what is evolving at present as far as the development of ...
The Organizational Implications Of The Rapid Growth Of Abt Associates Inc.
(University of Nairobi, 1968-09-04)
Disparity of Sentences
(University of Nairobi,, 1968)
Some Experiments With Psycho-Diagnostic Techniques On School-Going Children
(University of Nairobi, 1965)
Six boys, intelligence above average, ages 7-11 years, middle-class or upper-middle class, living in a supposedly fashinable Lahore neighbourhood, attending European-type Urdu teaching schools, were put through six ...
The success of a group of teachers in relation to their personal and professional background
(University of Nairobi,, 1966)
Acquisition of language by Luo children
The motivation for the research on the acquisition of language by Luo children derived from the work of an interdisciplinary group of anthropologists and psychologists at the University of California, Berkeley. Their ...
Agricultural credit in Uganda
This study is concerned with the provision and use of agricultural credit in Uganda. At the national level it aims to provide an account of the main sources and recipients of credit, and of the terms on which credit is ...
Administrative training in Kenya
The following is a study of the administrative training conducted in Kenya between 1961 and 1967. It is focussed on consideration of the proposition that, in developing nations, administrative training which is patterned ...
A geographical analysis of the distribution of migrants in uganda
This thesis aims at analysing the distribution of migrant peoples in Uganda, and to map these distributions as they are revealed in the 1959 Uganda General African Census. For the purposes of this thesis, a migrant is ...
Banks' demand for excess reserves
Given the institutional arrangements in the United states, the money supply is determined jointly by the actions of the monetary authorities, the commercial banks, and the public. The public's demand for currency and ...