Table of contents for The Yoruba in transition : history, values, and modernity / edited by Toyin Falola and Ann Genova.

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Acknowledgements									vii
Contributors										ix
Introduction										1
Toyin Falola and Ann Genova
Part A: Histories Reconstructed 
1. Notes on Yor¥bç Newspapers, 1859-2002						19
TçÆwÿ Ol£nlçdÄ
2. Ile Iwe Ofe: Socialist Epistemology in Awolowo's 				35
Reconstruction of Yoruba Identity and Nationalism
ashimuneze heanacho
3. Urban Politics in a Yoruba Frontier: Mushin					141
Hakeem Ibikunle Tijani
4. The Metamorphosis of the Bamidele Movement					155
Lateef M. Adetona
Part B: Identity at the Crossroads 
5.Yoruba Ethnicity and the Pursuit of Western Education in 			175
Southwestern Nigeria
Ademola Babalola
6. Law Making in Pre-Colonial Yorubaland						187
Mojeed Olujinmi A. Alabi
7. Dispute Settlement under the Yoruba Culture: Lessons for the 			206
Criminal Justice System
Oluyemisi Bamgbose
8. The 419 Scam: Cybercrime and the Virtual World				242
Anne Webb
9. Motherhood as a Source of Empowerment of Women				268
Taiwo Makinde
10. Age Stratification and Marital Relations among the Yoruba			286
Jacob A. Adetunji
11. Understanding Demographic and Health Events through Yoruba Proverbs 	301
Jacob Oni
12. Abortion among the Yoruba							351
Ibigbolade Simon Aderibigbe 
13. Jinxed: On Being White and Yoruba						376
Elaine Neil Orr
14. Confronting the Future: The Yoruba at a Crossroads				392
Jare Ajayi
15. Confronting the Future: An Advocacy Agenda and Program			422
John Babatunde Bamidele Ojo
Part C: The Future of Modernity
16. Road Traffic Accidents in Yoruba States						450
Bamidele Abiona Badejo
17. Aids Explosion in Yorubaland							482
Oluwatosin Ige Alo
18. The Oodua Peoples Congress and Crime Control in Lagos			496	
Adewole Akinyemi Atere and Akeem Ayofe Akinwale
19. Storage of Grains: The Nigerian Perspective					512	
B. O. Akintunde
20. Culture, Technology, and Gari Processing					530
T. Y. Tunde-Akintunde
21. Agriculture in Yoruba Society and Culture					540
Adebayo A. Lawal
22. Yoruba Associations: Sources of Empowerment					564
Julius O. Adekunle
23. Crisis and the Restoration of Older Values					582
'Tunji Azeez
24. Dual Residence Patterns in a Yoruba Community				610
Jacob A. Adetunji and Kefa Otiso
25. Women and Yoruba Culture 							625
Mary E. Modupe Kolawole
26. Gender, Household Sex Roles, Work, and the Contemporary 			658
Yoruba Family
Asiyanbola R. Abidemi
27. Yoruba Cultural Influence on Junior and Secondary Curriculum		690
Jamaine Abidogun
Index											733

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Yoruba (African people) -- History -- Congresses.
Yoruba (African people) -- Ethnic identity -- Congresses.
Yoruba (African people) -- Social conditions -- Congresses.
Nigeria -- Social conditions -- Congresses.
Nigeria -- Ethnic relations -- Congresses.