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Last edited by Jim Killock
July 10, 2012 | History
Access to Knowledge in Africa

Contributors

  • Editor
    Armstrong, Chris Dr
  • Editor
    Jeremy de Beer
  • Editor
    Dick Kawooya
  • Editor
    Achal Prabhala
  • Editor
    Tobias Schonwetter

Access to Knowledge in Africa
The role of copyright

Published by UCT Press .

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments vii
About the contributors xi
Foreword xiii
Acronyms xv
Chapter 1: Introduction 1
1.1 The importance of improving African education systems 1
1.2 Connecting education with perspectives on copyright 3
1.3 Existing research on copyright and education 5
1.4 The ACA2K research project 6
1.5 Research objectives 7
1.6 Research methods, project design, monitoring 8
1.7 ACA2K and gender 14
1.8 Research results 17
Chapter 2: Egypt 22
2.1 Background 22
2.2 Doctrinal analysis 26
2.3 Qualitative analysis 41
2.4 Conclusions and recommendations 50
Chapter 3: Ghana 57
3.1 Background 57
3.2 Doctrinal analysis 60
3.3 Qualitative analysis 69
3.4 Conclusions and recommendations 78
Chapter 4: Kenya 83
4.1 Background 83
4.2 Doctrinal analysis 86
4.3 Qualitative analysis 104
4.4 Gender-specific findings 114
4.5 Conclusions and recommendations 118
Chapter 5: Morocco 126
5.1 Background 126
5.2 Doctrinal analysis 131
5.3 Qualitative analysis 146
5.4 Conclusions and recommendations 154
Chapter 6: Mozambique 162
6.1 Background 162
6.2 Doctrinal analysis 168
6.3 Qualitative analysis 182
6.4 Conclusions and recommendations 192
Chapter 7: Senegal 200
7.1 Background 200
7.2 Doctrinal analysis 206
7.3 Qualitative analysis 217
7.4 Conclusions and recommendations 225
Chapter 8: South Africa 231
8.1 Background 231
8.2 Doctrinal analysis 235
8.3 Qualitative analysis 252
8.4 Conclusions and recommendations 268
Chapter 9: Uganda 281
9.1 Background 281
9.2 Doctrinal analysis 283
9.3 Qualitative analysis 293
9.4 Conclusions and recommendations 309
Chapter 10: Summary and conclusions 317
10.1 Introduction 317
10.2 Doctrinal research findings 317
10.3 Qualitative research findings 331
10.4 Copyright and education in Africa: the road ahead 340
Afterword 354
Index 357

ID Numbers

Open Library OL25370223M
ISBN 13 978-1-91989-545-1

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