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100 1  Ebewo, Patrick 
245 10 Africa and Beyond :|bArts and Sustainable Development 
250    1st ed 
264  1 Newcastle-upon-Tyne :|bCambridge Scholars Publisher,|c2013
264  4 |c©2013 
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505 0  Intro -- TABLE OF CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- PART I: GENERAL -
       - CHAPTER ONE - REPOSITIONING THE ARTS FOR SUSTAINABLE 
       DEVELOPMENT -- CHAPTER TWO - TRANSFORMING THE SOCIAL BODY 
       THROUGH ARTS PRAXIS -- CHAPTER THREE - EMPOWERMENT, 
       ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND CULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY IN THE 
       DEVELOPMENT OF HOPI TOURISM POLICY -- CHAPTER FOUR - 
       SUSTAINING THE THEATRICAL PUBLIC SPHERE -- CHAPTER FIVE - 
       THE ARTS AND INTERRACIAL DIALOGUE IN POST-APARTHEID SOUTH 
       AFRICA -- PART II: PERFORMING ARTS -- CHAPTER SIX - 
       TACKLING SEXUAL HARASSMENT THROUGH ROLE PLAY -- CHAPTER 
       SEVEN - PIRATES OF THE CURRICULUM -- CHAPTER EIGHT - 
       DRAWING FROM INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS -- CHAPTER NINE 
       - EXAMINING THE EFFICACY OF HEALTH COMMUNICATION THEORIES 
       IN THE FIGHT AGAINST HIV/AIDS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA -- PART 
       III: VISUAL ARTS -- CHAPTER TEN - WELL-TRAINED ART 
       EDUCATORS -- CHAPTER ELEVEN - THE RE-TURN TO ART PRACTICE 
       -- CHAPTER TWELVE - TOWARDS APPROPRIATE SENSORY PRODUCTS 
       FOR LEARNERS WITH LEARNING PROBLEMS -- CHAPTER THIRTEEN - 
       PHOTOGRAPHIC SPACE AS "THIRD SPACE -- CHAPTER FOURTEEN - 
       ARTS EDUCATION IN SOUTH AFRICA -- CHAPTER FIFTEEN - 
       BETWEEN TWO SHATTERED MIRRORS -- CHAPTER SIXTEEN - WHAT 
       MAKES SAM NZIMA'S IMAGE OF HECTOR PIETERSON ICONIC? -- 
       PART IV: FASHION DESIGN AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP -- CHAPTER 
       SEVENTEEN - THE IMPACT OF INDIGENOUS CULTURES ON 
       CONTEMPORARY DRESS PATTERNS IN ZIMBABWE -- CHAPTER 
       EIGHTEEN - OUTCOMES OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP TRAINING AMONG 
       FASHION DESIGN WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS OPERATING WITHIN THE 
       INFORMAL SECTOR IN KENYA -- CHAPTER NINETEEN - PROFILE OF 
       PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS AND BUSINESS ASPECTS OF 
       ENTREPRENEURS IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY IN SOUTH AFRICA -- 
       CHAPTER TWENTY - THE PERCEIVED ROLE OF THE ADVERTISED THIN
       FASHION MODEL ON FULL-FIGURED SOUTH AFRICAN WOMEN'S SELF-
       ESTEEM AND DRESSING STYLES 
505 8  CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE - FACTORS INFLUENCING THE 
       SUSTAINABILITY OF TEXTILES SMMEs IN NAMIBIA -- CHAPTER 
       TWENTY-TWO - THE IMPACT OF TEXTILES AND CLOTHING PROCESSES
       ON THE ENVIRONMENT -- CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE - SOCIO-
       CULTURAL ASPECTS OF CLOTHING -- PART V: LITERATURE AND 
       FILM -- CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR - KINSHIP TABOOS AND ROYALTY 
       IN NIGERIA'S VIDEO-FILMS -- CHAPTER TWENTY-FIVE - ARTISTIC
       COMMITMENT AND THE NEW COUNTER-DISCOURSE -- CHAPTER TWENTY
       -SIX - FILM IN THE SERVICE OF HUMANITY -- CHAPTER TWENTY-
       SEVEN - ARTISTIC INNOVATION THROUGH CULTURAL SYMBOLS -- 
       CONTRIBUTORS 
520    "Africa and Beyond: Arts and Sustainable Development is a 
       massive undertaking by thoughtful theorists and 
       practitioners in the creative/cultural industry. The 
       combined effect of the volume is to disabuse the fixed, 
       prevailing conception of the role of culture in society; a
       view that consigns the arts to the periphery of social 
       life, devoid of any meaningful contribution to the 
       alleviation of poverty and general development. Contrary 
       to this view, the volume presents a more comprehensive, 
       meaningful, insightful set of perspectives and paradigms 
       that ascribe agency to creative/cultural products in all 
       facets of human development. The usefulness of the volume 
       extends beyond the industry itself. It is meant for a 
       broader readership and is therefore highly recommended for
       specialists and the public at large."- Professor Mokubung 
       Nkomo, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Tshwane University of 
       Technology, South Africa 
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
650  0 Arts, African -- Congresses.;Sustainable development -- 
       Africa -- Congresses.;Cultural industries -- Social 
       aspects -- Africa -- Congresses.;Arts and society -- 
       Africa -- Congresses 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Stevens, Ingrid 
700 1  Sirayi, Mzo 
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