Adjustment and poverty in Tanzania
In his book Lugalla looks at the relationship between adjustment policies and poverty in Tanzania. He understands Tanzanian poverty in the context of dominant social relations of inequality and not in terms of poverty lines. The author's main argument is that adjustment policies are intensifying these relations in Tanzania rather than reducing or eliminating them. He concludes that adjustment policies are not able to solve but create and even intensify poverty in Tanzania.
Crisis, urbanization, and urban poverty in Tanzania: A study of urban poverty and survival politics
Third World urbanization is accompanied with declining trends in economic growth and appalling conditions of urban poverty. Lugalla provides an in-depth analysis of the `process of urbanization in Tanzania during the period of crisis and policies of adjustments, focusing mainly on their impact on the socio-economic conditions of life in the urban areas. While using a case study of Tanzania, this book can be useful in observing what happens in other African countries that are also experiencing a severe social and economic crisis and have adopted, or are planning to adopt, the adjustment policies.
Statistical analysis for geographers
Daniel A. Griffith, Carl Amrhein, and Joseph R. Desloges
Written from the perspective of both human and physical geography, this book applies elementary statistical analysis to the geographical sciences. It emphasizes the study of spatial data series and highlights problems peculiar to such data treating both descriptive and inferential statistics.
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