Philosophy & Religion
THIRD WORLD STUDIES
JOURNAL AND REVIEW
Third World Studies Journal and Review is an annual
interdisciplinary journal of scholarship in the field of
Third World studies. Articles and book reviews range from
analysis of Third World economics and politics to
scholarly examination of Third World culture, media,
education, literature, health issues, and philosophy.
Since its first publication in 1989, ITWSJ&R
has kept scholars and researchers informed about
important issues concerning developing nations, issues
which commonly go unnoticed in other journals.
of Volume XII (2001) Include
Acheson-Brown: The Tanzanian Invasion of Uganda: A Just War?
Ferrara: What Story Shall We Tell Our Children?
Globalization and the Mexican Market
Sallie: Capitalist Globalization and Liberal Democratization
in the Third World: A Cross-National Study
Self: Development of a Model of Political Excuse-Making
in Sub-Saharan Africa
Sishagne: When Guerrillas Become Government: The
Political Tradition in the Eritrean Peoples Liberation Front and The
Tigray Peoples Liberation Front and Its Connection With The Recent
Agrarian Environments: Resources, Representations, And Rule in India
David Jervis: Revolutionary
Leaders: Their Attributes, Historic Role, and Continuing Relevance
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