International Relations: An Introduction provides a broad and comprehensive account of issues encountered in the discipline for both under-graduate and graduate students, as well as beginners who are interested in the study of the discipline. Crafted in a lively, clear and highly accessible introduction to international relations and the key concepts in the discipline, the book is designed systematically to build a solid foundation and an effective understanding of concepts, principles, practices and theories of international relations.
A collection of articles focusing on trends in psychological research in Ghana from the Department of Psychology. Trends from the major established sub-fields are reviewed including clinical, cognitive, community, educational, health, industrial/organizational and social. Newer sub-fields such as transport and media are also treated. Additional themes include methods in psychological research and new models for incorporating Ghanaian cultural perspectives into concepts, methods and practice.
A collection of research papers by lectures and students of the Microbiology Department, of the University of Ghana Medical School on pertinent health care issues affecting Ghanaians.Topics on onchocerciasis, hepatitis, usefulness of antibiotics, and other health care associated infections are discussed.