Roskilde University (RUC), Department of Society and Globalisation

Climate Change-Induced Water Disaster and Participatory Information System for Vulnerability Reduction in North Central Vietnam

Located in the North Central Vietnam, provinces Nghe An, Ha Tinh and Quang Binh (NHQ), where most of inhabitants depend on revenues from agricultural and aquacultural sectors, are among the most…
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5,094,892

Social and Environmental Resilience in Upland Areas of Vietnam. Responses in Land Use and Livelihood Strategies

The proposed PhD-research addresses the issue of vulnerability in relation to climate change in upland areas of Vietnam and views vulnerability and resilience as determinants of adaptive capacity. The…
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2,505,553

Minimizing the exclusionary effects of standards. What works?

Private agricultural sustainability standards have been found to have exclusionary effects on Southern women and smallholders. Standards may deny marginalized actors market access or offer access only…
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2,362,417

Masculinity, sexuality and HIV/AIDS in Zambian prisons

The spread of HIV/AIDS is deeply embedded in socio-economic realities of poverty and inequality. This research aims to shed light on experiences of incarcerated men, a group who are routinely…
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2,779,864

Structures of Stigma: Diagonal AIDS Care and Treatment Abandonment in Mozambique

From a predominantly political standpoint, informed by a multi-sited ethnographical case study in Mozambique, this project aims to provide a clear articulation of the relationship between curative…
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2,147,963

Political process and social contest - A historical analysis of state-chief relations in Kpandai district, Northern Ghana

Recent decentralisation, the demarcation of a new district and the establishing of a district assembly in Kpandai, northern Ghana has given rise to a resurfacing of historically unresolved disputes…
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1,972,152

Transnational pentekostalisme - Et studie af ghanesiske medlemmer af pentekostale kirker i Europa og Ghana med fokus på netværk og familierelationer

This thesis is an account and analysis of pastorship in neo-Pentecostal/charismatic churches in southern Ghana, more particularly in Asante. It is an investigation of how and why Ghanaian pastors…
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