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Cote : HE27
Langues : anglais
Fiche n° : 7164
Article ouvrage
Frankland, Stan
The still water of the Nile
In Negociating local knowledge. Power and identity in development
Londres : Pluto press, 2003


Résumé : As with the rest of Africa, Uganda makes the world headlines only when it lives up to the myth of the heart of darkness; when an act of brutality evokes an image of (re)primitivisation strong enough to meet the expectations of media consumers and producers. Floods, starvation, massacres and military coups: these are the thematic signs that make up the populist image of modern Africa. Post-independence Uganda has proved to be a fertile source for such grisly images of human suffering, its bloodthirsty history encapsulated by and in the ridiculed figure of Idi Amin. Sujets / Produits : Eau plate; protection; barrage; croyances; banque mondiale
Localisation : Egypte; Ouganda

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