The future of food security, environments and livelihoods in Eastern Africa: Do hopeful or anxious words appear more frequently during some times than others, for example, allowing the conduct of a historical sentiment analysis? The importance of the body in fashion and the radical adoption of street styles by the elite go back to eighteenth-century Europe. This study builds on my earlier work in the field of youth culture. By analyzing these lyrics together, one can see the relative rise and fall of ideas and key words over time. I will cross-reference discussions of youth with accessible historical statistics and economic data; how do generational identities co-exist with the business cycle, for example? War, Famine, and Revolution in Ethiopia.
I will approach these questions by writing software in the Mathematica programming language, an integrated platform for technical computing that will allow me to process, visualize, and interact with this exceptional array of information. Public outreach about applied ethnomusicology and intercultural exchange. Coping with food insecurity on a micro-scale: I will use this to determine whether overall characteristics of specific time periods and audiences emerge and to what degree the economy had an impact on youth popular culture. Using a spidering program, I have identified 11, Top 40 lyrics from to and downloaded them in full-text to my own computer.
I will adapt this approach to create a Stages-of-Food Security model, which will identify community-defined stages of food in security.
March to June I argued that middle-class and working-class youth must be reconceptualized as part of a broader youth culture: Indeed, historical digital sources have reached a scale where they defy conventional analysis and now require computational analysis. By the s, this shared culture gave rise to an anti-authoritarian youth prpposal, exemplified by the counterculture, the New Left, swhrc well as oppositional movements within unionized workplaces.
Young workers and students were shaped by a similarly anti-authoritarian and democratic culture, and their ensuing behaviour took shape in divergent yet fundamentally related ways.
African Journal of Agricultural Research 9 sshtc Throughout, I will pay particular attention to various youth sub-cultures: Crop production in Ethiopia: Using this data, in addition to the traditional social and cultural history skills learned from my doctoral work, I will focus on dissemination during the second year. All successful grant applicants are encouraged to deposit a copy of their SSHRC application here, for the empowerment of your colleagues.
Strengthening Food Security in Rural Ethiopia. Agricultural Intensification in Ethiopia: Coping with food insecurity on a micro-scale: Food Security in Ethiopia: We can isolate recurring words or phrases and note their frequency in a certain year and within specific contexts this builds on an earlier tradition of textual analysis, notably by Black-Rogers, Preparing for the future?
The United States has a more robust historiography, with studies focusing on generational change and theory Strauss and Howe,overall trends of representative characters Gollub,the emergence of teenagers Savage,and conflict Feuer, An exploration of the holistic benefits of participating in northern games.
Do hopeful or anxious words appear more frequently during some times than others, for example, allowing the conduct of a historical sentiment analysis?
Evidence from Ethiopian rural households. This study builds on my earlier work in the field of youth culture.
By beginning in the immediate postwar period, I will not only begin with the demographic phenomenon of the baby boom generation, but also focus on the changes and continuities that emerged after the Second World War. Food Security Outlook Update: Paul Axelrod as committee members.
Regional patterns and trends. An analysis of the experiences of extension services at each stage may explain the disconnect between households experiencing food insecurity and their sshec levels of adoption of new practices, inputs and tools, and may identify services that are appropriate for households at specific reseatch and inappropriate for others.
Skip to main content. In order to analyze vulnerability to food insecurity and the appropriateness pgoposal extension services, I will conduct research in two rural communities in SNNPR within similar agroecological settings.
The final outcome of this product will be a peer-reviewed monograph, complemented by an online site that allows visitors to dynamically manipulate models of research processes sampple visualizations of results. Global Studies, Local Connections.
Youth have played a critical social role in postwar Canadian history. I will apply text mining techniques to this body of information. The Government of Ethiopia has implemented a large number of rural agricultural extension services; however, these programs have not experienced high levels of success.
Record linkages can now be created and explored in new and exciting ways: Items in this Collection. Ethiopia has a population of 97 million people and is expected to reach million by UN