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  • Ireri, Kioko (2015)
    Employing the framework of uses and gratifications theory, this study considers the phenomenon of anonymous online commenting. Specifically, we begin building a profile of those who comment anonymously online. In addition, ...
  • Ireri, Kioko; Bucy, Erik (Indiana University, 2010)
  • Munene, Macharia (Business Daily, 2011-01-11)
    There is a shift in continental attitude as exemplified in the reaction to the disputed Ivory Coast elections.Between Laurent Gbagbo, backed by the people of the South and the military, and Alassane Outtarra, supported ...
  • Teresia, Kavoo-Linge; Mainye, Samson (United States International University - Africa, 2011)
    On the evening of May 23rd 2009 two days after coming to Nairobi from Western Kenya and talking to her father and sister about Azuri Products’ failed flour and dried fruit production, Tei stood at the verandah at her home ...
  • Nderitu, Alex (United States International University - Africa, 2014-07)
  • Nduati, Gidraph (United States International University - Africa, 2011)
    Rosemary Kirika the CEO of Chania Feeds Manufacturers Ltd had just reported to her office one Monday morning in 1994. As she went through the In Tray, her eyes fell on documents titled„The Status of Animal Feeds in Kenya” ...
  • Iraki, Fredrick Kangethe; Schaub, Emily K. (American University, 2013)
    This study investigates, through careful consideration of three case studies Tajikistan, Kenya, and Ukraine the conflict that exists between languages that construct power and those that construct identity. It looks first ...
  • Omeje, Kenneth (2006)
  • Mwangi, Renson Muchiri; Sejjaaka, Samuel; Owino, Edward Otieno; Canney, Sue; Maina, Rosemary; Kairo, David; Rotich, Abraham; Nsereko, Issa; Mindra, Rachel (Investment Climate and Business Environment Research Fund, 2013)
    Despite the markedly increased foreign investment, East African economies remain characterized by low levels of investment and capital formation with high level of attrition amongst indigenous small and medium enterprises. ...
  • Otieno, Gabriel Okello; Koske, Joseph K.; Mutiso, John M. (Mathematics, 2016)
    Malaria remains a leading cause of mortality and morbidity among the children under five and pregnant women in sub-Saharan Africa, but it is preventable and controllable provided current recommended interventions are ...
  • Ireri, Kioko; i (Miami University, 2015)
    This paper critically analyzes the film “Hotel Rwanda” by looking at its significance and relevance within the difficult topic of genocide. As an artifact, this film is important considering that genocide is one of the ...
  • Wambalaba, Francis W; Muniafu, Maina; Nduati, Gidraph; Wanyama, Walter; Ndirangu, Dalton; Wambalaba, Akosa E (United States International University - Africa, 2009)
    The report of this study provides an overview of the process for designing a course module on Agribusiness Management for Farmer Organizations (AMFOs). The module development was based on several interdisciplinary field ...
  • Ireri, Kioko (Miami University, 2015)
    This paper mirrors on the problem of the racial color-line by dissecting the concept of double-consciousness in the film “The Unforgiven.” The film is directed by John Huston, one of the Hollywood’s most and acclaimed ...
  • Munyi, Elijah Nyaga (Stellenbosch University, 2011)
    Notwithstanding extensive analysis on the pros and cons of Chinese-African involvement, there has not been much in development of a collective African policy framework for economic engagement with China. This paper seeks ...
  • Avilés, Javier Serrano (Centro Virtual Cervantes, 2014)
    Este capítulo reseña los estudios previos publicados sobre la enseñanza del español en Kenia. Justifica también la necesidad de un nuevo estudio y plantea la metodología correspondiente, además de presentar los resultados ...
  • Kihara, Michael (Kenya Medical Research Institute, Kilifi, Kenya, 2003)
    The study had the following objectives: • To compare the assessment of cognitive processes using ERPswith locally adapted neuropsychological tests • To assess the sensitivity of ERPsto detect neuro-cognitive impairment •To ...
  • Ochieng, Robi Koki (Victoria Nyamunga, 2014)
    Many media reports that are of public interest focus on external crisis that face organizations. These crisis are normally linked to corruption, fraud or disaster incidents. The organization in this case Kenya Airways, has ...
  • Gatumo, Francis Mambo; Achuora, John O (United States International University - Africa, 2011)
    It was on Monday, the 3rd of April, 2011, when Mr. Charles Mulinge, the Managing Director (MD) of Farmchem Limited, a firm dealing in agricultural input products, received a phone call. “Hallo!” he answered the phone. The ...
  • Njuguna, Amos Gitau; Mutanu, Leah; Otsola, John K.; Thuku, Virginia M. (United States International University - Africa, Retirement Benefits Authority, 2011)
    Financial and pension literacy influences the saving behavior of individuals that in turn contributes to economic growth of countries. The gist of the study was to assess the levels of finance and pension literacy, determine ...

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