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Paediatrics in West Africa today and tomorrow – W.R.F. Collis (pgs. 54-64 in Ghana Medical Journal, 5, 2; June 1966)

Pagan and Christian Creeds – E. Carpenter (Harcourt, Brace and Co., New York NY, US; 1920)

Pagan features in West African independent churches – H.W. Turner (pgs. 145-151 in Practical Anthropology; July-August 1965)

Pageant of Ghana – F. Wolfson (Oxford University Press, London, England; 1958; 266 pgs)

Painful Road to Kadjebi – Robert Koffi Hihetah (Anowuo Educational Publications, Accra; 1966; 194 pgs) Novel

Palaver: Interviews with Five African Writers in Texas – (ed.) Bernth Lindfors et al. (African and Afro-American Research Institute, Austin TX, US; 1972) Includes Kofi Awoonor

Palm-Oil Production on the Gold Coast in the Aftermath of the Slave Trade – A Case Study of the Fante – J. Sanders (pgs. 49-63 in The International Journal of African Historical Studies, 15, 1; 1982)

PAMSCAD Evaluation (CIDA-Supported Programmes) – G.T.M. Kwadzo and M.L. Kumekpor (Report for the Canadian International Development Agency, Accra; 1994)

PAMSCAD Report as at 31st December, 1993 – PAMSCAD Secretariat; May 1994)

Pan-African Protest: West Africa and the Italo-Ethiopian Crisis, 1939-1941 S.K.B. Asante (Longman, London, England; 1977)

Pan-African subduction-collision event evidenced by high-P coronas in metanorites from the Agou massif (southern Togo) Y. Agbossoumondé, S. Guillot and R.-P. Ménot (pgs. 1-21 in Precambrian Research, 135, 1-2; Nov. 2004)

Pan-Africanism: A Short Political Guide – C. Legum (Praeger, New York, US; 1962)

(Pan-)Africanism and African (?) Literature – Kofi Anyidoho (pgs. 5-10 in Legacy, 3, 1; 1976)

Pan-Africanism: Agenda for African Unity in the 1990s – Julius O. Ihonvbere (details to come)

Pan-Africanism and Its Detractors: A Response to Harvard's Race-Effacing Universalists – Opoku Agyeman (details to come; 1997)

Pan-Africanism and Nationalism in West Africa, 1900-1945: A Study in Ideology and Social Classes – J. Ayodele Langley (Oxford University Press, Oxford, England; 1972; Clarendon Press, Oxford, England; 1973)

‘Pan-Africanism’ and ‘pan-Africanism’: Some Historical Notes – G. Shepperson (pgs. 346-358 in Phylon, 23, 4; 1962)

Pan-Africanism and the 21st Century African Revolution – Horace G. Campbell (http://www.nu.ac.za/ccs/default.asp?2,40,5,1358)

Pan-Africanism for Beginners – S. Lemelle (Writers and Readers Publishing, London, England; 1992)

Pan-Africanism from Within – (ed.) K.J. King (London, England; 1973)

Pan-Africanism from Within – Ras Makonnen (Oxford University Press, Nairobi, Kenya and New York, US; 1973)

Pan-Africanism in the African Diaspora: An Analysis of Modern Afrocentric Political Movements – Ronald Winters (Wayne State University Press, Detroit, Michigan, US; 1993)

Pan-Africanism Caribbean Connections – Ivor Agyeman-Duah, Abdul Karim Bangura, Mario D. Fenyo and Jim Perkinson (iUniverse, 2021 Pine Lake Road, Suite 100, Lincoln NE 68512, US; www.iuniverse.com; 2007 20 pgs)

Pan-Africanism: New Directions in Strategy – W. Ofuatey-Kodjoe (University Press of America, New York NY, US; 1985)

Pan-Africanism or Communism? The Coming Struggle for Africa – George Padmore (Dennis Dobson, London, England; 1956; Anchor Books, Garden City NY, US; 1972)

Pan-Africanism or Continentalism? – Bankie F. Bankie (HARP Publications, Cape Town, South Africa; 1995)

Pan-Africanism – Strengthening the Unity of Africa and its Diaspora – (eds.) B.F. Bankie and K. Mchombu (Gamsberg Macmillan Publishers, P.O. Box 22830, Windhoek, Namibia; 2006; 345 pgs) Proceedings from the 17th All African Students’ Conference (AASC), University of Namibia, Windhoek, 28-29 May 2005

Pan-Africanism: The Idea and the Movement, 1776-1991 – O. Esedebe (Howard University Press, Washington DC, US; 1994)

Pan-Africanist Ideology and the African Historical Novel of Discovery: The Examples of Kobina Sekyi and J.E. Casely Hayford – K. Osei-Nyame (pgs. 137-153 in Journal of African Cultural Studies, 12, 2; 1999)

Panoply of Ghana: Ornamental Art in Ghanaian Tradition and Culture A.A. Kyerematen (Praeger, New York, US and Longmans, London, England; 1964; 120 pgs)

Papers respecting to the Cession to the British Crown of the Danish Possessions on the Coast of Africa (London, England; 1850-551)

Parable of Yearning: The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born [review] – Anon. (pgs. 70-72 in Time; 30 Aug. 1968)

Parables and Fables: Exegesis, Textuality and Politics in Central Africa – Valentine Mudimbe (University of Wisconsin Press, Madison WI, US; 1991)

Paradox of Empowerment: Reflections on a Case Study from Northern Ghana – Karl Botchway (pgs. 135-153 in World Development, 29, 1; January 2001)

Paradoxes – Kwasi Wiredu (in Second Order; 5, 2; 1976)

Parasites and Prostitutes: The Use of Women in Ayi Kwei Armah’s Novels – Abena P.K. Busia (pgs. 48-71 in Critical Perspectives on Ayi Kwei Armah, (ed.) D. Wright, Three Continents Press; 1992)

Parasites in cross-bred pigs in the Upper East Region of Ghana – A. Permin, L. Yelifari, P. Bloch, N. Steenhard, N.P. Hansen and P. Nansen (pgs. 63-71 in Veterinary Parasitology, 87, 1; November 1999) 

Parathion poisoning in an infant – Eunice Kuma (pgs. 65-66 in Ghana Medical Journal, 5, 2; June 1966)

Parenté  génétique de l’Egytpien pharaonique et des langues négro-africaines – Cheikh Anta Diop (Présence Africaine, Paris, France; IFAN and Nouvelles Editions Africaines, Dakar, Senegal; 1977) Roughly, ‘Genetic relationship between pharaonic Egyptian and black African languages’

Parenté  linguistique génétique entre l'égyptien (ancien égyptien et copte) et les langues négro-africaines modernes – Théophile Obenga (pgs. 65-71 in Le peuplement de l'Égypte ancienne et le déchiffrement de l'écriture méroïtique, Proceedings of the International Colloquium in Cairo, 28 January-3 February 1974; Collection Histoire générale de l'Afrique. Études et documents, n°1 ; UNESCO, Paris, France; 1978) Roughly, ‘Genetic linguistic relationship between Ancient Egyptian and Coptic and modern Black African languages’ in ‘The peopling of Ancient Egypt and the deciphering of Meroitic script’

Parted lovers – J. Benibengor Blay (Benibengor Books Agency, Aboso; 2nd edition, 1968; 23 pgs)

Participatory farm management methods for assessing the suitability of potential innovations – A case study on green manuring options for tomato producers in Ghana P. Dorward, M. Galpin and D. Shepherd (pgs. 97-117 in Agricultural Systems, 75, 1; Jan. 2003)

Particularistic Studies of African Philosophies as an Aid to Decolonisation – Kwasi Wiredu (in Decolonizing the Mind: Proceedings of the Colloquium held at UNISA, Research Unit for African Philosophy, Pretoria, South Africa; October 1995)

Parties, socio-economic bases and regional differentiation in the rate of change in Ghana Richard Rathbone (in Transfer and Transformation: Partitioned Africans: Ethnic Relations across Africa’s International Boundaries, (ed.) A.I. Asiwaju, University of Lagos Press, Lagos, Nigeria; C. Hurst, London, England; 1964)

Partnership for Strategic Resource Planning for Girls’ Education in Africa: Gender and Primary Schooling in Ghana – R. Avotri et al. (FAWE/IDS, Sussex, England; 1999)

Passionate Voices of Those Left Behind: Conversations with Ghanaian Professionals on the Brain Drain and its Net Gains – K.O. Akurrang-Parry (in African Issues – The African ‘Brain Drain’ to the North: Pitfalls and Possibilities’, (eds.) C.K. Daddieh and J.E. Fair; 2002; further details to come)

Paternal Costs, Role Strain and Fertility Regulation: Some Ghanaian Evidence C. Oppong (Population and Labour Policies Programme Working Paper No. 134, International Labour Organization, Geneva, Switzerland; 1983)

Patriarchy, Gender and Family Discrimination and the Role of Women – J. Caldwell and P. Caldwell (pgs. 339-371 in Health and Social Change in International Perspective, (eds.) L.C. Chen, A. Kleinman and N.C. Ware; Harvard School of Public Health, Boston MA, US; 1994)

Patrice Lumumba: la crise congolaise revisitée – J.-C. Willame (Editions Karthala, Paris, France; date to come) Roughly, ‘Patrice Lumumba: the Congo crisis revisited’

Pattern and Trends of Poverty in Ghana 1991-2006 (Ghana Statistical Service, Accra, 2007)

Patterns and Directions of Medical Research in West Africa – E.Q. Archampong (in Tropical and Geographical Medicine, 23, 1; 1971)

Patterns of Assimilation of Hausa Families in Dagomba – P. Lubeck (Northwestern University Press, Evanston IL, US; 1968; 55 pgs)

Patterns of Bantu and central Sudanic settlement in Central and Southern Africa (ca 100 BC to 500 AD) – C. Ehret (pgs. 1-71 in T3H, 3, 1; 1973)

Patterns of Desertification in Northern Ghana Adam Abu (in Proceedings of Workshop on Combating the Effects of Drought and Desertification, Environmental Protection Council, Accra; 1986)

Patterns of disease as seen in hospital – Yaw Asirifi (pgs. 137-143 in Ghana Medical Journal, 5, 4; December 1966)

Patterns of Land Tenure in Anloga, Ghana – S. Ayivor (Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors Foundation, London, England; 2001)

Patterns of life: West African strip-weaving traditionsPeggy S. Gilfoy (National Museum of African Art, Washington DC, US; 1987)

Patterns of Migration by sex – A. Adepoju (in Female and Male in West Africa, (ed.) C. Oppong; Allen and Unwin, London, England; 1983)

Patterns of Migration in West Africa – Aderanti Adepoju (pgs. 24-54 in At Home in the World?: International Migration and Development in Contemporary Ghana and West Africa, (ed.) Takyiwaa Manuh; Sub-Saharan Publishers, Accra; 2005)

Patterns of Poverty in the Third World: A Study of Social and Economic Stratification – C. Elliot (Praeger, New York, US; 1975)

Patterns of red cell destruction in sickle-cell anaemia – M. Hathorn (pgs. 746-751 in British Journal of Haematology, 13 (Oxford, England); 1967)

Pauli Murray: The Autobiography of a Black Activist, Feminist, Lawyer, Priest, and Poet – Pauli Murray (University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville TN, US; 1989) One of the prominent African Americans in Nkrumah’s Ghana.

Paulo Mohenu – E.M. Lartey-Odjidja (Waterville Publishing House, Accra; 1965; 36 pgs)

Pawns, Porters, and Petty Traders: Women in the Transition to Cash Crop Agriculture in Colonial Ghana – B. Grier (pgs. 161-186 in Pawnship in Africa, (eds.) Falola and Lovejoy; 1994)

Pawnship in Africa: Debt Bondage in Historical Perspective (eds.) T. Falola and P.E. Lovejoy (Boulder CO, US; 1994)

Pawpaw growing and papain production in Ghana – W. Godfrey Sam-Aggrey (pgs. 55-61 in Ghana Farmer, 12, 2; May 1968)

Pax’Kpuxibo dabgon pul’ni – R.I. Andani (Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1967; 24 pgs) Dagbani

Pax kpuxibo dabgon pul ni – R.I. Andani (Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1968; 24 pgs) Dagbani; slightly different orthography from the above, in the 1967 edition of the Ghana National Bibliography

Paying the Piper: Conversations with Jerry Rawlings – B.G. Holecek (in Transition, 62; 1993)

PCR sequencing of the spike genes of geographically and chronologically distinct human coronaviruses 229E – J.P. Hays and S.H. Myint (pgs. 179-193 in Journal of Virological Methods, 75, 2; 15 November 1998)

Peace Corps Teachers in Ghana: Final Report of Peace Corps Project in Ghana M.B. Smith (Institute of Human Development, University of California, Berkeley CA, US; 1964; 195 pgs)

Peace without Power: Ghana’s Foreign Policy 1957-1966 Kwesi Armah (Ghana Universities Press; 2004; 217 pgs)

Peacekeeping Techniques for Africa’s Conflict Management – Lt-General E.A. Erskine (Afram Publications; 2000; 298 pgs)

Peasant Intellectuals: Anthropology and History in Tanzania – S. Feierman (University of Wisconsin Press, Madison WI, US; 1990)

Peasantisation and Rural Political Movements in Western Africa – K.W.J. Post (pgs. 223-254 in Archives Européennes de Sociologie, 13, 2; 1972)

Peasantization in West Africa – Ken Post (in African Social Studies: A Radical Reader, (eds.) Peter C. W. Gutkind and Peter Waterman; Heinemann, London, England; 1977)

Peasantry and State in Ghana: The Example of the Vea Irrigation Project in the Upper Region of Ghana – P. Konings (African Studies Centre Working Paper No. 5, Leiden, The Netherlands; 1981)

Pédagogie des opprimés/Pedagogy of the Oppressed – Paulo Freire (Petite Collection Maspéro, Paris, France; 1974; Continuum, New York, US; 1970; 1986 edition)

Pedagogy of Domination: Toward a Democratic Education in South Africa – Mokubung Nkomo (Africa World Press, P.O. Box 1892, Trenton NJ, US; 1990; 474 pgs)

Pediatric elective surgical conditions as seen at a referral hospital in Kumasi, Ghana F. A. Abantanga and E. P. Amaning (pg. 1121 in Journal of Pediatric Surgery, 38, 7; July 2003)

Pedological characteristics related to groundwater occurrence in the Tarkwa area, Ghana – J. S. Kuma and P. L. Younger (pgs. 363-376 in Journal of African Earth Sciences, 33, 2; August 2001,

Pentecostalism: The Eddies of Ghanaian Christianity – E.K. Larbi (CPCS, Accra; 2001)

People and progress in West Africa: an introduction to the problems of development – R. Hallet (Pergamon Press, Oxford, England; 1966; 161 pgs)

People in Bondage: African Slavery in the Modern Era – L. H. Ofosu-Appiah (details to come; 1993)

People of the Zongo – The Transformation of Ethnic Identities in Ghana E. Schildkrout (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge and New York; 1978; 303 pgs) Amazon lists Meyer Fortes as co-author

People, Place and Sub-National Growth: Ghana country case study – A. McKay, S. Plagerson and A. Shepherd (Draft report, UK Department for International Development; 2005)

Peoples in African Traditional Popular Culture – K.N. Bame (in Consensus and Conflict, US and Ghana; 1991)

Peoples, Languages, and Religion in Northern Ghana – a preliminary report – Peter Barker (Asempa Publishers, Accra; 1986)

Peoples, Languages and Religion in Northern Ghana, by Peter Parker [Book review] – A.K. Awedoba (in Research Review (new series) 4, 2; Legon; 1988)

People’s Participatory (Bottom Up) Approach to Integrated Pest Management in Africa: Prospects and Constraints – K. Afreh-Nuamah (Ghana Universities Press; 1996)

"Pepetela" (pgs. 685-695 in African Writers, (ed.) Brian Cox, Scribners, New York, US; 1997) Pepetela is the pseudonym of Artur Carlos Mauico Pestana Dos Santos, author of the fine novel Yaka, set in colonial Angola

Perception, Migration and Urban Primacy in Ghana: A Study of the Accra-Tema Metropolitan Area – D.K. Berkoh (pgs. 80-95 in Bulletin of the Ghana Geographical Association, 17; 1975)

Perception of caretakers of pre-school children on acute respiratory infection (ARI) in a rural district in Ghana – G.K. Amofah, I.T. Esseggbey, S.A. Opoku, J. Oduro (pgs. 64-69 in West African Journal of Medicine, 17, 2; 1998)

Perception of university students in Ghana about emergency contraception – Frank Baiden, Elizabeth Awini and Christine Clerk (pgs. 23-26 in Contraception, 66, 1; July 2002)

Perceptions of Family Life: A Study of Ghanaian High School Students – Doreen B. Hilton, Ela T. Keller and Kwaku Twumasi Ankrah (in Research Review (new series) 14, 2; Legon; 1998)

Perceptions of veterinarians regarding privatization of veterinary services delivery in Ghana and Jamaica – P.K. Turkson, B.D. Slenning and C.F. Brownie (pgs. 221-232 in Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 40, 3-4; 11 June 1999)

Performance in Medical School in relation to academic admission criteria – E.Q. Archampong and Woolhouse (pgs. 67-73 in Ghana Medical Journal, 23, 2; 1989)

Performance Monitoring at School Level – Operational Manual for Baseline Survey on Literacy and Numeracy in Primary Schools (Ghana Education Service; 1998)

Performance of the Economy, 1955-1962 – R. Szereszewski (Chapter 4 in A Study of Contemporary Ghana: The Economy of Ghana, Vol. 1, (eds.) W. Birmingham, W.I. Neustadt and E.N. Omaboe; Northwestern University Press, Evanston IL, US; 1966)

Performance of the External Trade Sector since 1970 – Abena Oduro (in Economic Reforms in Ghana: The Miracle and the Mirage, (eds.) E. Aryeetey, J. Harrigan and M. Nissanke; James Currey, England; 2000)

Periodicals from Africa: A Bibliography and Union List of Periodicals Published in Africa – (ed.) C. Travis (G.K. Hall Reference Books, Boston MA, US; 1977; 620 pgs)

Persistence of supernatural beliefs among Ghanaian university students G. Jahoda (in Witchcraft and Healing [seminar proceedings], Edinburgh, Scotland; 1969)

Persistent Poverty: Underdevelopment in Plantation Economies in the Third World – C.L. Beckford (University of the West Indies Press, Kingston, Jamaica; 1999) Also found listed by same author Persistent Poverty: Plantation Economies in the Third World, Oxford University Press; 1972

Persistent Public Sector Deficits and Macroecoomic Instability in Ghana – Curtis E. Youngblood and David L. Franklin (pgs. 78-94 in The Economy of Ghana: Analytical Perspectives on Stability, Growth and Poverty, (eds.) Ernest Aryeetey and Ravi Kanbur; James Currey, www.jamescurrey.co.uk; and Woeli Publishing Services, P.O. Box NT 601, New Town, Accra; 2008)

Person and Community: Ghanaian Philosophical Studies: I – Kwasi Wiredu and Kwame Gyekye (The Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, Washington DC, US; www.crpv.org; 1992)

Personal and Political Fate in Why Are We So Blest? – E. Lobb (pgs. 242-256 in Critical Perspectives on Ayi Kwei Armah, (ed.) D. Wright, Three Continents Press, Washington, US; 1992)

Personal Letter to King Manoel of Portugal – M. Kongo (in Challenge of the Congo, (ed.) Kwame Nkrumah, Panaf Books, London, England; 1967)

Personal Names of the Dagomba – M.E. Kropp Dakubu (in Research Review, (new series) 16, 2; Legon; 2000)

Personal Rule in Black Africa: Prince, Autocrat, Prophet, Tyrant – Robert H. Jackson and Carl G. Rosberg (University of California Press, Berkeley CA, US; 1982)

Personal Rule: Theory and Practice in Africa – Robert H. Jackson and Carl G. Rosberg (in Comparative Politics, 16, 4; July 1984)

Personalities in World Music Education No. 14 – J.H. Kwabena Nketia – E.A. Akrofi (pgs. 41-45 in International Journal of Music Education, 19; 1992)

Perspective on Africa – C. Abrahams (pgs. 355-359 in Canadian Journal of African Studies, 11, 2; 1977) Includes material on Ayi Kwei Armah

Perspectives and Irony in American Slavery – (ed.) H.P. Owens (Mississippi, US; 1976)

Perspectives de la recherche scientifique en Afrique – Cheikh Anta Diop (pgs. 85-88 in Notes Africaines, 144; October 1974) Perspectives on scientific research in Africa

Perspectives on Ayi Kwei Armah – (ed.) D. Wright (Three Continents Press,

Washington, US; 1991)

Perspectives on Indigenous Communication in Africa, Vol.1: Theory and Applications – Kwasi Ansu Kyeremeh (details to come; 1998)

Perspectives on Resource Conservation in Ghana – G.T. Agyepong (pgs. 118-136 in FASS Bulletin, 1, 1, University of Ghana; 1996)

Pessimism and the African Novelist: Armah’s The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born – Leonard Kibera (pgs. 92-101 in Critical Perspectives on Ayi Kwei Armah, (ed.) D. Wright, Three Continents Press, Washington, US; 1992)

Pessimism, Autonomy, and Commodity Fetishism in Ayi Kwei Armah’s ‘The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born’ – J. Lutz (pgs. 94-111 in Research in African Literatures, 34, 2; 2003)

Pessimism of the Intellect, Optimism of the Will: A Reading of Ayi Kwei Armah’s The Beautyful Ones are Not Yet Born – N. Lazarus (pgs. 157-187 in Critical Perspectives on Ayi Kwei Armah, (ed.) D. Wright, Three Continents Press, Washington, US; 1992)

Pesticide effect on phosphorous absorption from fertilizer-pesticide mixtures applied to a tropical soil with low available phosphorous value – C.S. Ofori (pgs. 99-102 in Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science, 1, 2; 1968)

Pesticide Use and Policies in Ghana: An Economic and Institutional Analysis of Current Practice and Factors Influencing Pesticide Use – A. Gerken, J. Suglo, M. Braun and C. Khenckes (Institut für Gartenbauökonomie, Hanover, Germany; 2001)

Pet allergen levels in homes in Ghana and the United Kingdom – Ashley Woodcock, Emmanuel O. D. Addo-Yobo, Simon C. O. Taggart, Mark Craven and Adnan Custovic (pgs. 463-465 in Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 108, 3; September 2001)

Petals of Blood – Ngugi wa Thiong'o (Zimbabwe Publishing House, Harare, Zimbabwe; 1981) Novel

Peter Dagadu – Man of God – Peter Barker (Asempa Publishers, Accra; 1983; 78 pgs)

Petition for the Amendment of the Gold Coast Colony (Legislative Council) Order in Council, 1925 Aborigines’ Rights Protection Society (London, England; 1926)

Petitions and other forms of ‘peaceful’ interaction between state and society on the Gold Coast (Ghana), 1860-1920s – J.K. Osei-Tutu (in International Review of Social History; 2001)

Petrology and geochemistry of target rocks from the Bosumtwi impact structure, Ghana, and comparison with Ivory Coast tektites – Christian Koeberl, Wolf Uwe Reimold, Joel D. Blum and C. Page Chamberlain (pgs. 2179-2196 in Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 62, 12; June 1998) 

Peuples voltaiques et conquête coloniale 1885-1914, Burkina Faso – Jeanne-Marie Kambou-Ferrand (L’Harmattan, Paris, France; 1993) Roughly, “Voltaic peoples and colonial conquest….”

Phantasmatic Indochina: French Colonial Ideology in Architecture, Film, and Literature – Panivong Norindr (Durham NC, US; 1996)

Pharaohs and Mortals – Torgny Save-Soderbergh (Barnes and Noble, New York NY, US; 1996)

Pharaonic Egypt, the Bible, and Christianity – S. Groll (1985; cited in the Dictionary of Ancient Egypt)

Phenological differences in tree water use and the timing of tropical forest inventories: conclusions from patterns of dry season diameter change – T. R. Baker, K. Affum-Baffoe, D. F. R. P. Burslem and M. D. Swaine (pgs. 261-274 in Forest Ecology and Management, 171, 3; 15 Nov. 2002) (Science Direct)

Phenology in tropical ecology – J. Yanney Ewusie (Ghana Universities Press, Accra; 1992; 109 pgs)

Philip Quaque of Cape Coast – M. Priestley (pgs. 99-139 in Africa Remembered: Narratives by West Africans from the Era of the Slave Trade, (ed.) P.D. Curtin; 1967)

Philip Quaque, 1741-1816 – F.L. Bartels (pgs. 153-177 in Transactions of the Gold Coast and Togoland Historical Society, 1, 5; Achimota; 1955)

Philosophical Relevance of Akan Proverbs – K. Gyekye (pgs. 45-55 in Second Order, 2; 1973)

Philosophical Research and Teaching in Africa: Some Suggestions – Kwasi Wiredu (in Teaching and Research in Philosophy: Africa, UNESCO, Paris, France; 1984)

Philosophie de la création et ses implications écologiques en Égypte du IIIe millénaire av. J.-C. – Mubabinge Bilolo (Academy of African Thought and C.A. Diop-Centre for Egyptological Studies-INADEP, Section I, Volume 6), African University Studies, Münich, Germany/ Kinshasa, Congo DR; 1996) Roughly, 'Philosophy of creation and its ecological implications in Egypt of the 3rd millennium before Jesus Christ’

Philosophie, Science et Religion – Les crises majeures de la philosophie contemporaine – Cheikh Anta Diop (in Actes du colloque philosophique et religion, Université de Dakar, 7-8 juin 1982, Revue Sénégalaise de philosophie, 5-6; Janvier-Décembre 1984; Nouvelles Editions Africaines) Roughly, ‘ Philosophy, science and religion – the major crises in contemporary philosophy’; proceedings of a 1982 colloquium

Philosophy and an African Culture – Kwasi Wiredu (Cambridge University Press, London, England and New York, US; 1980)

Philosophy and the African Experience – The Contributions of Kwasi Wiredu – Olusegun Ouwole (Hope Publications, Ibadan, Nigeria; 1996)

Philosophy and Opinions of Marcus Garvey – (ed.) Amy Jacques Garvey (1923-25; 1967 edition, Frank Cass, London, England; 1992 edition, Atheneum/ Macmillan, 866 Third Avenue, New York 10022, NY, US; 416 pgs)

Philosophy and Our Culture – Kwasi Wiredu (in Proceedings of the Ghana Academy of Arts and Science, Accra; 1980)

Philosophy in Africa: Trends and Perspectives – (ed.) P.O. Bodunrin (University of Ife Press, Ile-Ife, Nigeria; 1985)

Philosophy in the Present African Situation – (ed.) Alwin Diemer; Wiesbaden, Germany; 1981)

Philosophy, Mysticism and Rationality – Kwasi Wiredu (in Universitas; March 1973)

Phosphorus forms, lateritic nodules and soil properties along a hillslope in northern Ghana – M.K. Abekoe and H. Tiessen (pgs. 1-15 in CATENA, 33, 1; July 1998)

Phosphorus retention capacities of some cocoa-growing soils of Ghana and their relationship with soil properties – Y. Ahenkora (pgs. 24-20 in Soil Science, 105, 1; 24-30 Jan. 1968)

Physical and Medical Climate and Meteorology of the West Coast of Africa J.A.B. Horton (London, England; 1867)

Physical characteristics of Saharan dust near the Gulf of Guinea – G.M. Afeti and F.J. Resch (pgs. 1273-1279 in Atmospheric Environment, 34, 8; 2000)

Physical education for elementary schools: a handbook for teachers – S.G. Ayi-Bonte (Macmillan, London, England; 1966; 88 pgs)

Physicians, Colonial Racism, and Diaspora in West Africa – A. Patton (University of Florida Press, Gainesville FL, US; 1996)

Physique nucléaire et chronologie absolue – Cheikh Anta Diop (in Initiations et études africaines, 31, IFAN-NEA, Dakar, Senegal; 1974) Roughly: ‘Nuclear physics and absolute chronology’

Pietro Deandra, Fertile Crossings; Metamorphoses of Genre in Anglophone West African Literature [Book review] – M.E. Kropp-Dakubu (in Research Review (new series) 20, 1; Legon; 2004)

Pigmentary skin changes associated with ocular chloroquine toxicity in Ghana – K.O. Bentsi-Enchill (pgs. 216-20 in Trop. Geogr. Med, 32; 1980)

Pietas in Ancestor Worship – M. Fortes (pgs. 166-191 in Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 91, 2; 1961)

Piilimka Gbangka (Genesis 1-9) (Ghana Institute of Linguistics, Literacy and Bible Translation, Bolgatanga; 1999)

Pilot Project in Ghana – A. Neequaye (in Family Health International Network, 11, 2; 1990)

Pioneering artist – Ato Delaquis – Kojo Vieta (pg. 1563 in West Africa, No. 3913; 14-20 Sept. 1992)

Planning African Growth and Development, Some Current Issues – (ed.) E. Aryeetey, ISSER/UNDP, Accra; 1992)

Planning and growth in rich and poor countries – (eds.) W. Birmingham and A.G. Ford (Praeger, New York, US; 1965)

Planning Democracy in Africa: A Comparative Perspective on Ghana and Nigeria – N. Chazan (pgs. 325-357 in Policy Sciences, 22; 1989)

Planning for the Petty Commodity Sector in Ghana – P.W.K. Yankson (in Legon Geographer, 1, 1, University of Ghana; August 1985)

Planning for the Neglected Rural Poor in Ghana Kodwo Ewusi (ISSER, University of Ghana, Legon; 1978; 157 pgs) A report to the UN Research Institute for Social Development in Geneva, Switzerland

Planning our cities – Yaw Asante (pgs. 5-7 in Legon Observer, 1, 9; October 28, 1966)

Planning our cities, 2 – Yaw Asante (pgs. 11-12 in Legon Observer, 1, 11; November 25, 1966)

Planning with the Area Council: Experience with CBP in Ghana – E.T. Awoosah, J.C. Agamah, A.S. Kwarteng, B.M. Oppong and F. Owusu (in PLA Notes 49: Decentralisation and Community-based Planning, (eds.) Ian Goldman and Joanne Abbott; International Institute for Environment and Development, London, England; 2004)

Plant Biodiversity, Herbal Medicine, Intellectual Property Rights and Industrially Developing Countries: Socio-economic, Ethical and Legal Implications – I. Addae-Mensah (pgs. 165-181 in Ghana: Changing Values, Changing Technologies, (ed.) Helen Lauer, Ghana Philosophical Studies, II; Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, Washington DC 20064, US; 2000

Plant material distribution and quarantine measures for cocoa – Ernest P. Imle (pgs. 16-19 in GORDIAN, 2; Accra; 1968)

Plantations and labour in the south-east Gold Coast from the late eighteenth to the mid-nineteenth century – R.A. Kea (pgs. 119-143 in From Slave Trade to ‘Legitimate Commerce’, (ed.) R. Law, Cambridge; 1995)

Planteurs autochtones et étrangers en Basse-Côte d’Ivoire Orientale – M. Dupire (in Etudes Eburnéennes VIII; Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire; 1960)

Plants of the Gold Coast – F.R. Irvine (Oxford University Press, London, England; 1930)

Plasma glutamine levels and falciparum malaria  G. Cowan, T. Planche, T. Agbenyega, G. Bedu-Addo, A. Owusu-Ofori, J. Adebe-Appiah, D. Agranoff, C. Woodrow, L. Castell, B. Elford and S. Krishna (pgs. 616-618 in Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 93, 6; November-December 1999)

Plastic art (material culture) – Kwasi Myles (pgs. 84-88 in Research Review, 4, 1; 1967)

Plunder in Ghana’s Rainforest for Illegal Profit: An Exposé of Corruption, Fraud and other Malpractices in the International Timber Trade, vols. 1 and 2 (Friends of the Earth, 28 Underwood Street, London, England; March 1992)

Poetry and Gender: The Changing Status of Dagaare Women – Edward Nanbigne (in Research Review (new series) 19, 2; Legon; 2003)

Poetry as Dramatic Performance: The Ghana Experience – K. Anyidoho (pgs. 43-55 in Research in African Literatures, 22; 1991)

Poetry of the Akan Drums – J.H.K. Nketia (pgs. 17-23 in Voices of Ghana: Literary Contributions to the Ghana Broadcasting System: 1955-57; (ed.) H. Swanzy; 1958)

Pogminga: the ‘proper Dagara woman’: an encounter between Christian thought and Dagara concepts – Andrea Behrends (pgs. 231-253 in Journal of Religion in Africa, 32; 2002)

Polarisation and Dependence in the Gold Coast Cocoa Trade, 1890-1938 R.J. Southall (pgs. 93-115 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 16, 1; 1975)

Polarisation and depolarization in Africa – J.I. Clarke (in Urban Ecology and Health in the Third World, (eds.) L.M. Schell, M.T. Smith and A. Bilsborough; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England; 1993)

Policies and Institutions in Ghanaian Agriculture [First Report of the Reading/Legon Joint Research Project] H. Mettrick (University of Reading Development Studies No. 9, Reading, England; 1971)

Policies and Options for Ghanaian Economic Development – (ed.) V.K. Nyanteng (ISSER, University of Ghana; 1993)

Policies and Strategies for Promoting Informal Sector Development in Ghana – A. Baah-Nuakoh (Legon Economic Studies No. 9402 [?]; 1994)

Policies and Strategies for Rural Poverty Alleviation in Ghana – W.K. Asenso-Okyere, F.A. Asante and L.O. Gyekye (ISSER Technical Publication No. 57, University of Ghana; 1993)

Policies on Employment, Earnings and the Petroleum Sector (Trades Union Congress, Accra; published by UNDP; 2005)

Policies to Promote Competitiveness in Manufacturing in Sub-Saharan Africa (eds.) A.K. Fosu, S.M. Nsouli and A. Varoudakis (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris, France; 2001)

Policies to Overcome the Negative Effects of Structural Adjustment Programs on African Female-Headed Households – J.M. Due (in Structural Adjustment and African Women Farmers, (ed.) C.H. Gladwin, University of Florida Press, Gainesville FL, US; 1991)

Policy Consistency and Inflation in Ghana – N.K. Sowa (AERC Research Paper 43, African Economic Research Consortium, Nairobi, Kenya; 1996)

Policy Discourses, Land Tenure and the Land Administration Project (LAP): Repositioning the State, Chieftaincy and Marginalized Social Groups – D. Tsikata (forthcoming)

Policy Discourses on Women’s Land Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Implications of the Return to the Customary – A. Whitehead and D. Tsikata (pgs. 67-112 in Journal of Agrarian Change, 3, 1 & 2; 2003)

Policy Dynamics, Trends in Domestic Fish Production and Implications for Food Security in Ghana – A.W. Seini, V.K. Nyanteng and A. Asantewah Ahene (Draft paper presented for the ISSER/Cornell University Conference on “Ghana’s Economy at the Half-Century”, June 2004)

Policy Focus for Poverty Reduction (mimeo, Technical Committee on Poverty, National Development Planning Commission, September 1996)

Policy Implications of the Variations in Ghana’s Fertility Transition – Delali Badasu (in Research Review (new series) 19, 1; Legon; 2003)

Polite Violence, Folk Filosofi series – Mortimo Planno (LSW, University of the West Indies; 1998)

Political and Economic Issues and Pattern of Government Expenditure in Ghana, 1957-1959 – J. Ofori-Atta (in Ghana Social Science Journal, 4, 1; 1978)

Political and Economic Interactions in Economic Policy Reform: Evidence from Eight Countries – (eds.) R.H. Bates and A.O. Krueger (Blackwell, Cambridge MA, US; 1993)

Political Bi-polarity in Nineteenth Century Asante – I. Wilks (Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland; 1971)

Political Consciousness and Political Action of Industrial Workers in Ghana: A Case Study of Valco Workers at Tema – P. Konings (pgs. 69-82 in Stratification and Class Formation, African Perspectives, 1978/2, (eds.) R. Buijtenhuis and P. Geschiere; African Studies Centre, Leiden, The Netherlands; 1978)

Political constraints on economic development in Ghana B.J. Callaway and E. Card (pgs. 65-92 in The State of the Nations: Constraints on Development in Independent Africa, (ed.) M.F. Lofchie, University of California Press, Berkeley CA, US; 1971)

Political Corruption and the Informal Polity – V.T. LeVine (Inaugural Lecture Series, University of Ghana Press; 1971)

Political Corruption in Africa: The Case of Contemporary Ghana, Vol. 1 – Dominic de Graft Aidoo (The Anti-Corruption Foundation, P.O. Box AD 772, Cape Coast; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; tel. (233-42) 33626; 2003; 301 pgs)

Political Corruption: Readings in Comparative Analysis – A.J. Heidenheimer (New York, US; 1970)

Political Corruption: The Ghana Case – V.T. LeVine (Hoover Institution Press, Stanford University, Stanford CA, US; 1975; 169 pgs)

Political culture and economic performance in sub-Saharan Africa – Charles K. Rowley (pgs. 133-158 in European Journal of Political Economy, 16, 1; March 2000)

Political Domination in Africa – Reflections on the Limits of Power – (ed.) Patrick Chabal (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England; 1986; 211 pgs)

Political Economy and Rural Transport: A Reappraisal of Transportation Impacts – M.K. McCall (in Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography, 9, 1; Feb. 1977)

Political Economy and Rural Transport: An Appraisal of Western Misconceptions – M.K. McCall (in Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography, 9, 3; Dec. 1977)

Political Economy of British Western Africa; with the Requirements of Several Colonies and Settlements (the African View of the Negro’s Place in Nature); being an Address to the African-Aid Society Africanus Horton (London, England; 1865)

Political Freedom and Mental Colonization P’Kiven Tunteng (in Transition, 44, Accra; 1974)

Political History of the Gold Coast M.A. Ribeiro (in Quo Vadimus or Gold Coast Future; Achimota; 1940)

Political Independence and Economic Decolonization: The Case of Ghana under Nkrumah J.D. Esseks (in Western Political Quarterly, vol. 24, no. 1; 1971) Title given elsewhere as Political Independence and Economic Development…

Political Independence and National Economy: An Essay on the Political Economy of Decolonization – R.H. Green (pgs. 273-310 in African Perspectives, (eds.) C. Allen and R.W. Johnson, Cambridge University Press; 1970)

Political Instability and Agricultural Policy Dynamics in Ghana – A. Wayo Seini (in Law and Politics in Africa, Asia and Latin America, 35, 3; 2002)

Political Instability and Economic Growth: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa A.K. Fosu (pgs. 829-841 in Economic Development and Cultural Change, 40, 4; 1992)

Political Instability and Economic Growth: Implications of Coup Events in Sub-Saharan Africa A.K. Fosu (pgs. 329-348 in American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 61, 1; 2002)

Political Institutions in the New Commonwealth, (eds.) Peter Lyon and James Manor; Leicester University Press, Leicester, England; 1983)

Political Leadership in Africa – J. Cartwright (New York, US; 1983)

Political Legacy of Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana – C.A. Boateng (African Studies, V. 66; Lewiston NY, US; 2003; Edwin Mellen Pr., US; 2003; 208 pgs)

Political legitimacy, political symbols, and national leadership in West Africa – Fred M. Hayward and Ahmed R. Dumbuya (pgs. 645-671 in Journal of Modern African Studies, 21, 4; 1984)

Political Liberalization and Democratization in Africa: Lessons from Country Experiences – Julius Ihonvbere (Greenwood Press, US; 2003; 400 pgs)

Political Memoranda – F.D. Lugard (1919; Frank Cass, London, England; 1970 edtn.)

Political Parties and Democracy in Ghana’s Fourth Republic (ed.) Kwame A. Ninsin and E.K. Drah (Woeli Publishing Services; 1993; 258 pgs)

Political Parties and National Integration in Tropical Africa James Coleman and Carl G. Rosberg Jr. (University of California Press, Berkeley CA, US; 1966)

Political Science: An Introduction – Gilbert Keith Bluwey (Yamens Books Ltd, P.O. Box AN 6045, Accra; tel/fax 223222; 2002; 262 pgs)

Political Struggles in Ghana, 1967-1981 – K.A. Ninsin (Tornado Publications, Accra; 1985)

Political tradition and the search for constitutional democracy in Ghana: a prolegomenon F.K. Drah (pgs. 1-19 in Ghana Journal of Sociology, 6, 1; 1970)

Politicians and Soldiers in Ghana, 1966-1972 (eds.) Dennis Austin and Robin Luckham (Frank Cass, London, England; 1975)

Politics and culture in contemporary Ghana: the big-man small-boy syndrome – Robert Price (in Canadian Journal of African Studies, 18, 1; 1984)

Politics and Factionalism in Ghana – R. Rathbone (pgs. 164-67, 175 in Current History, 60, 355; March 1971)

Politics and Post-Colonial Theory – African Inflections Pal Ahluwalia (Routledge, London, England; 2001)

Politics, families and freemasonry in the colonial Gold Coast – Augustus Casely-Hayford and Richard Rathbone (in Peoples and Empires in African History: Essays in Honour of Michael Crowder, (eds.) J.F.A. Ajayi and J.D.Y. Peel; Longman, London, England, and New York NY, US; 1992)

Politics in Abuakwa – J. Peasah (pgs. 214-232 in Politicians and Soldiers in Ghana, (eds.) Austin and Luckham; 1975)

Politics in Africa: 7 cases (ed.) Gwendolyn Carter (Harcourt, Brace and World; New York, US; 1966) Has a chapter by Drake and Lacy on the 1961 Sekondi-Takoradi railway workers’ strike

‘Politics in Ghana’ and Politics in Ghana – R. Rathbone (pgs. 57-73 in The Fallacies of Hope; the Post-Colonial Record of the Commonwealth Third World, (ed.) J. Mayall and A. Payne, Manchester, England; 1991)

Politics in Ghana, 1800-1864 – A. Adu Boahen (pgs. 167-261 in History of West Africa, Vol. II, (eds.) J.F.A. Ajayi and M. Crowder; 1973 [or 1974?]) Also found listed as 1800-1874 and 1800-1877

Politics in Ghana, 1948-1960 – D. Austin (Oxford University Press, London, England; 1970)

Politics in Ghana 1972-1979 – Mike Oquaye (Tornado Publications, P.O. Box 01185, Christiansborg, Accra; 1980; 286 pgs)

Politics in Liberia: The Conservative Road to Development – M. Lowenkopf (Hoover Institute Press, Stanford CT, US; 1976)

Politics in the Airwaves: How Radio Covered the 2000 General Elections in

Ghana – K.M Gilbert Tietaah (Media Foundation; 2000)

Politics in West Africa (The Whidden Lectures for  1965) W.Arthur Lewis (Allen and Unwin, London, England; 1965; 90 pgs; reprint, Greenwood Press, Westport CT, US; 1982)

Politics, Intercourse and Trade of the Carthaginians and Ethiopians – A.H.L. Heeren (1833; details to come) According to John Henrik Clark, this is one of the “masterpieces of Egyptian history” written by white historians who do not support “the false assumption or claim that the ancient Egyptians were white people”

Politics of the Sword – A Personal Memoir on Military Involvement in Ghana and of Problems of Military Government A.K. Ocran (Rex Collings, London, England; 1977; 167 pgs)

Politique anglaise en Afrique de l’Ouest : 1. A propos de la frontière incertaine du Ghana et du Togo ; 2. La tension franco-anglaise durant la deuxième guerre mondiale et la naissance de la question avhe – R. Cornevin(pgs. 31-34 and 35-40 in France-Eurafrique, 18, 169 and 170 ; January and February 1966) Roughly, ‘English policy in West Africa : 1. Regarding the uncertain frontier between Ghana and Togo ; 2. French-English tension during the second world war and birth of the Ewe question’

Politycznetto przemian rozwojowych wspotczesnej Ghanie [The political background to development changes in contemporary Ghana] – J. Halpern (pgs. 91-128 in Studja z najnowszyeh dziejow prowszechnych, 6, (Warsaw, Poland); 1966)

Pollution Control in a Developing Economy: A Case Study of the Situation in Ghana – S.B. Akuffo (Ghana Universities Press; 1989)

Polyglotta Africana S.W. Koelle (photomechanic reprint of the original edition – Church Missionary Society, London, England; 1854; 1963)

Polygyny, economy and the role of women – E. [or J.?] Goody (in The Character of Kinship, (ed.) J. Goody, Cambridge, England; 1973)

Popular Participation versus People's Power: Notes on Politics and Power Struggles in Ghana – Adotey Bing (pgs. 91-104 in Review of African Political Economy 11, 31; 1984)

Popular Resistance in Namibia 1920-1925 – T. Emmet (in Resistance and Ideology in Settler Societies, (ed.) T. Lodge, Southern African Studies, Johannesburg, South Africa; 1986)

Popular Writing in Ghana: A Sociology and a Rhetoric – R. Priebe (pgs. 385-432 in Research in African Literatures, 9; 1978)

Population and Human Settlements in Ghana: Proceedings of the National Workshop on Population, Resources, Environment and Development in Ghana – (ed.) S.B. Amissah (details to come; c. 1989)

Population and manpower development in Ghana G.K. Agama (in Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies, 11, 3; 1969)

Population and polity in the Voltaic region – J.R. Goody (in The Evolution of Social Systems, (eds.) J. Friedman and M. Rowlands; Gerald Duckworth and Co. Ltd, London, England; 1977)

Population and Reproductive Health in Sub-Saharan Africa T.J. Goliber (in Population Bulletin, Vol. 52, No. 4; 1997)

Population and Resource Utilization in Ghana J.S. Nabila (pgs 30-83 in Population Distribution in Africa, RIPS Monograph Series, No. 7, University of Ghana; 1992)

Population censuses and national sample surveys in developing countries – B. Gil and E.N. Omaboe (pgs. 169-183 in International Labour Review, 92, 3; 1965)

Population changes in aquatic invertebrates living on two water plants in a tropical man-made lake – T. Petr (pgs. 449-485 in Acta Hydrobiologia et Prostitislogica, 32, 3 and 4; The Hague, The Netherlands; Dec. 1968)

Population Data Analysis Reports: Vol. 1, Socio-economic and Demographic Trend Analysis K.A. Twum-Baah, T.K.B. Kumekpor, O. Ahmad and T. Teklu (Ghana Statistical Service, Accra; 2005)

Population Density and Agricultural Change among the Dagaba of Northern Ghana Jacob Songsore (pgs. 41-51 in Bulletin of the Ghana Geographical Society, 18; 1976)

Population Density and ‘Slave Raiding’ – A Comment – M.B. Gleave and R.M. Prothero (pgs. 319-324 in Journal of African History, 12; 1971)

Population Density and ‘Slave Raiding’ – The Case of the Middle Belt of Nigeria – M. Mason (pgs. 551-564 in Journal of African History, 10; 1969)

Population Dynamics and Natural Resources in the Volta River Basin of Ghana – S.N. Codjoe (pgs. 66-82 in Ghana Journal of Development Studies, 3, 2; 2006)

Population Growth and Ecological Degradation in Northern Ghana: Myths and Realities – J. Songsore (pgs. 51-66 in Institute of African Studies Research Review, new series, 12, 1 & 2, University of Ghana; 1996)

Population Growth and Economic Development in Africa – (eds.) S.H. Ominde and C.N. Ejiogu (Heinemann, London, England; 1972)

Population Growth and Family Change in Africa: The New Urban Elite in Ghana – J.C. Caldwell (Canberra, Australia; 1968; C. Hurst, London, England; 1977; 224 pgs)

Population Growth and Food Supply in Ghana – G. Benneh (pgs. 17-21 in Peasant Studies Newsletter, 4, 4; 1975)

Population Growth and Socio-Economic Change in West Africa – (ed.) J.C. Caldwell (Columbia University Press, New York, US; 1975)

Population Growth Estimates and the Seven-Year Plan – K.E. de Graft- Johnson (pgs. 27-29 in Economic Bulletin of Ghana, 9, 2; 1965)

Population, Health and Development in Ghana: Attaining the Millennium Devlopment Goals – (eds.) Chuks J. Mba and Stephen O. Kwankye (Sub-Saharan Publishers, Accra; 2007; 188 pgs)

Population, Housing Demand and Land Values: The Case of Accra – F. Bobo (pgs. 140-160 in Journal of African Studies, 4, 2; 1974)

(Population Impact Project Ghana) Report (PIP, Accra; 1994)

Population, Land-use and the Environment in the West African Savannah Ecosystem: An Approach to Sustainable Land-use on Community Lands in Northern Ghana – G.T. Agyepong, E.A. Gyasi, J.S. Nabila and S.K. Kufogbe  (in People and their Planet: Searching for Balance, (eds.) B.S. Baudot and W.R. Moomaw, Macmillan Press Ltd; 1999)

Population movements in Ghana: a study of internal migration and its implications for the planner – E.V.T. Engmann (pgs. 41-65 in Bulletin of the Ghana Geographical Association, 10, 1; 1965)

Population of Ghana, 1850-1960 – E.V.T. Engman (Ghana Universities Press, Accra; 1986)

Population parameter estimates for Chrysichthys auratus and C. nigrodigitatus (Pisces: Claroteidae) in Lake Volta, Ghana – P. K. Ofori-Danso, G. J. de Graaf and C. J. Vanderpuye (pgs. 267-277 in Fisheries Research, 54, 2; January 2002)

Population, Poverty and Environment – G. Botchie (in State of Ghana Population Report 2003: Population, Poverty and Development, (eds.) N.O. Addo, A.F. Aryee and V. Ofosu-Amaah; Population Council and UN Population Fund, Accra; 2004)

Population pressure and changes in traditional agriculture: case study of farming in Sekesua-Agbelitsom – E.A. Gyasi (pgs. 68-87 in Bulletin of the Ghana Geographical Association, 18; 1976)

Population Pressure in a Part of the West African Savanna: A Survey of Nangodi, North-East Ghana J.M. Hunter (pgs. 101-114 in Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 57, 1; 1967)

Population Pressure, Land Degradation and Coping Strategies in the Frafra Area of the Upper East Region, Ghana – S. Dittoh and A.B. Ankomah (Research report for the Union for African Population Studies, Dakar, Senegal; 1997)

    Population Trends: Ghana – A. Adlakha (US Department of Commerce; 1996)

Popular Attitudes to Democracy and Markets in Ghana (Centre for Democracy and Development, Accra; 1999)

Populism in Ghana and Burkina Faso – D. Rothchild and E. Gyimah-Boadi (in Current History, 38, 538; 1989)

Populist Dimension to African Political Thought: Essays on Reconstruction and Retrieval – P.L.E. Idahosa (Africa World Press, Trenton NJ, US; 2003; 306 pgs) Re-examines the ideas and practices of Frantz Fanon, Amilcar Cabral and Julius Nyerere and their continuing relevance in the development of African philosophy (ABCBR)

Populist Tendencies in the Ghanaian Trade Union Movement – R. Jeffries (pgs. 261-280 in The Development of an African Working Class – Studies in Class Formation and Action, (eds.) R. Sandbrook and R. Cohen, Longman, London, England; 1975)

Port of Tema – P.A. Scott (pgs. 211-253 in Proceedings of the Institute of Civil Engineers, 32; October 1965)

Portable pump flown into African gold mine to help dewater site (pgs. 14-16 in World Pumps, 2004, 456; Sept. 2004)

Portraits of the Contemporary Artist in Armah’s Novels – Chidi Amuta (pgs. 13-21 in Critical Perspectives on Ayi Kwei Armah, (ed.) D. Wright, Three Continents Press; 1992)

Portugal in Africa – James Duffy (Baltimore MD, US; 1963)

Portuguese in south-east Africa, 1488-1600 – E. Axelson (Struik, Johannesburg, South Africa; 1973)

Portuguese Rule on the Gold Coast 1469-1682 – J.L. Vogt (University of Georgia Press, Athens GA, US; 1979; 266 pgs)

Possessing the Secret of JoyA. Walker (details to come; 1992)

Position Paper on Health Insurance in Ghana – S. Adjei (pgs. 69-79 in GIMPA Journal of Leadership, Management and Administration, 1, 2; June 2002)

Positioning Women and Their Concerns in Governance Processes Experience of the District Assembly Women in Ghana (Abantu for Development, Accra; 2003)

Post-Abolition Niger River Commerce and the Nineteenth-Century Igala Political Crisis – F. J. Kolapo (pgs. 45-67 in African Economic History, 27; 1999)

Postcolonial African Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook – (eds.) Pushpa Naidu Parekh and Siga Fatima Jagne (Greenwood Press, Westport CN, US; 1998; 525 pgs)

Post-Colonial Criticism: History, Theory and the Work of Fiction – Nicholas Harrison (Polity Press, England; 2003; 221 pgs) Focuses on major works including Conrad, Fanon, Achebe, Driss Chraibi and Assia Djebar’s autobiographies to elucidate a wide range of theoretical and critical work while raising crucial questions about the basis of postcolonial critical practice (ABCBR)

Postcolonial Narrative and the Work of Mourning: J.M. Coetzee, Wilson Harris, and Toni Morrison S. Durrant (State University of New York, US; 2004; 142 pgs) A comparison of the ways the novels of Coetzee, Harris and Morrison memorialize the traumatic histories of racial oppression that haunt the post-colonial era (ABCBR)

Postcolonialism: A Very Short Introduction – R. Young (Oxford University Press, London, England; 2003; 178 pgs) Discusses the importance of postcolonialism as a historical condition and political philosophy, using examples from global social and ecological movements (ABCBR)

Postcolonialism: Theory, Practice or Process? – Ato Quayson (Polity Press, Cambridge; 2000)

Postgraduate radiology training in sub-Saharan Africa: A review of current educational resources – Deborah A. Rabinowitz and E. Scott Pretorius (pgs. 224-231 in Academic Radiology, 12, 2; Feb. 2005)

Post-harvest management in Ghana (pgs. 2, 4 in The Money Market, 5; Aug. 1992)

Post-Marxism in an African Context: The Usability of Antonio Gramsci – C. Gorlier (pgs. 97-103 in Research in African Literatures, 33, 3; 2002)

Postmodernism and Its Critics – J. McGowan (Cornell University Press, New York, US; 1991)

Postmodernism and the Other Side – Dick Hebdige (in Stuart Hall: Critical Dialogues in Cultural Studies, (eds.) D. Morley and K. Chen, Routledge, London, England and New York, US; 1996)

Postmodernism, or the Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism – Fredric Jameson (in New Left Review, 146; 1984)

Post-Nkrumah Ghana: the legal profile of a coup – William Burnett Harvey (pgs. 1096-1112 in Wisconsin Law Review; 1966)

Post-Proclamation Slavery in Accra: A Female Affair – C.C. Robertson (pgs. 220-245 in Women and Slavery in Africa, (eds.) C.C. Robertson and M. Klein; Madison WI, US; 1983)

Post-Structural Adjustment Strategies for Small and Medium-Sized Industries in Ghana (Ghana Export Promotion Council; in Strategies for Strengthening Small and Medium-Sized Industries in Ghana, (ed.) Boeh-Ocansey; 1996)

Potential elites in Ghana and the Ivory Coast: a preliminary comparison R.P. Clignet and P. Foster (in American Journal of Sociology, 70; 1964)

Potential of Listeria hazard in African fishery products and possible control measures – L. Ababouch (pgs. 211-215 in International Journal of Food Microbiology, 62, 3; 20 December 2000)

Pottery – A.K. Quarcoo (pgs. 63-70 in Research Review, 3, 1; 1966)

Pour les ibos, le régime de la haine silencieuse – Ayi Kwei Armah (pgs. 18-20 in Jeune Afrique, 355; 29 Oct. 1967) Essay ; Literally, « For the Ibo, the regime of silent hatred »

Pour une histoire des Mossi du Yatenga – D. Zahan (pgs. 5-22 in L’Homme, 1, 2; 1961) Towards a history of the Mossi of Yatenga

Pour une morphologie élémentaire du Négro-africain — Essai sur l'ouvrage de Cheikh Anta DIOP, Nouvelles recherches sur l'Égyptien ancien et les langues négro-africaines modernes Alain Anselin (pgs. 163-174 in Revue CARBET, Revue Martiniquaise de Sciences Humaines et de Littérature, 8, Fort de France, Martinique ; 1989) Literally, « Towards an elementary morphology of the Black African – Essay on the work of Cheikh Anta Diop ; New research on Ancient Egyptian and modern black African languages

Poverty Alleviation: Focus on Public Expenditure (Analysis of the Availability and Viability of Public Expenditure Data) – S. Asante (SDA/PAD, Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning; Oct. 1991)

Poverty Alleviation Policies within the Context of Structural Adjustment – A. Suarez (World Bank Discussion Paper,  EDI Regional Seminar – Beyond the First Generation of Poverty Alleviation Programmes in Anglophone Africa, held in Accra; 1993)

Poverty Alleviation through Social Dialogue: The Role of Trade Unions in Ghana W. Baah-Boateng (Chapter 12 in Trade Unions and Poverty Alleviation in Africa, (eds.) M. Mwamadzingo and D. Saleshando; International Labour Organization; 2003)

Poverty: An Ordinal Approach to Measurement – A.K. Sen (in Econometrica, 44; 1976)

Poverty and Accelerated Growth in Ghana: Policy Issues in the Light of Global Experience – R. Kanbur and S. Mink (in The Economic Bulletin of Ghana, new series 4, vol. 1, 1; 1994)

Poverty and Development [Inaugural Lecture] – W. Birmingham (University of Cape Coast; April 1974; 44 pgs)

Poverty and Social Impact Analysis – Asuming-Brempong et al. (University of Ghana, Legon; 2004)

Poverty Assessments in Ghana Using Qualitative and Participatory Research Methods A. Norton, E. Bortei-Doku Aryeetey, D. Korboe and D.K.T. Dogbe (Poverty and Social Policy Discussion Paper No. 83, World Bank; 1995)

Poverty Comparisons Over Time and Across Countries in Africa – D. Sahn and D. Stifel (in Poverty Reduction and Social Development, mimeo, World Bank Africa Region, Washington DC, US; 2000)

Poverty-Conscious Restructuring of Public Expenditure – M. Ferroni and R. Kanbur (World Bank SDA Working Paper 9; 1990)

Poverty, Inequality and Stagnation: The Ghanaian Experience A. Bequele (WEP 10-6/WP 33, International Labour Organization, Geneva, Switzerland; 1980)

Poverty is Not a Number, The Environment is Not a Butterfly – D. Reed (World Wildlife Foundation, Macroeconomics for Sustainable Development Programme Office, Washington DC, US; 2001)

Poverty (lab)Oratory: Rastafari and Cultural Studies – Jalani Niaah (in Cultural Studies, 17, 6; 2003)

Poverty Reduction Among Female-Headed Households in Ghana: Is It Real? – I. Bhushan and S. Chao (mimeo, World Bank; 1996)

Poverty Reduction and Rural Development in Ghana – G. Botchie (in Proceedings of International Conference on Rural Development in Ghana, Bradford, England; Nov. 2002)

Proceedings: the human and technical aspects of the food industries in Ghana (Seminar on Food Science and Technology in Ghana, Hotel Continental, May 22-23, 1967) (Food Research Institute, Accra; 1968; 131 pgs)

Poverty reduction, gender equality and micro-credit administration in Nigeria: the case of the farmers development union – Adeeolu B. Ayanwale, Simeon A. Bamire and Taiwo Alimi (pgs. 1-15 in Ghana Journal of Development Studies, 3, 1; 2006)

Poverty Reduction in Ghana George Botchie (Ghana government position paper presented at Paris Consultative Group meeting; 1997)

Poverty Trends in Ghana in the 1990s (Ghana Statistical Service, Accra; 2000; 70 pgs)

Power and violence, homicide and femicide in Mozambique Bevinda Levi and Eulalia Temba (Women in Law in Southern Africa Research Trust; 2001)

Power/Knowledge: Selected Interviews and Other Writings 1972-1977 – M. Foucault (Pantheon; New York, US; 1980)

Practical Fanti Course – S.H. Brew (Wesleyan Book Depot, Cape Coast; 1917; 132 pgs)

Pratical Phonetics for Students of African Languages – D. Westermann and I.C. Ward (Oxford University Press, London, England; 5th edition, 1966)

Practice and Procedure in the Trial Courts and Tribunals of Ghana – S.A. Brobbey (details to come; 2000)

Praetorianism in Commonwealth West Africa – C.E. Welch (in Journal of Modern African Studies, 10, 2; 1972)

Prama – S.K. Otoo (Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1968; 61 pgs) Fanti

Pratiques Langagières et Esotérisme Linguistique Vaudou – Lebene Phillipe Bolouvi (Centre for Advanced Studies of African Society Occasional Paper No. 2; 1998) Roughly, ‘Language Practices and Vaudou Linguistic Esoterism’; among the Fon (Ghana, Togo, Bénin), the communities that worship the original Voodoo use, in different versions, a language generally referred to as vodugbè or yè·ègbè, i.e. “the language of voodoo” or “voodoo language” which appears to be a “cocktail” of several dialects. Using a collection of materials of this language as the starting point, this paper attempts to identify the dialects which are part of this linguistic mixture, and describe their functioning. It outlines three methods of “lexical mixing” – “morphological camouflage”, “lexical substitution” and “periphrastic or metalinguistic differentiation” (CASAS)

Pre- and Post-Uruguay Round African Market Access Conditions – Dominique Njinkeu (African Economic Research Consortium, Nairobi, Kenya; March 1999)

Pre-Ashanti States K.Y. Daaku (pgs. 10-13 in Ghana Notes and Queries, 9; 1966)

Précis de philosophie pour l'AfriqueS. Azombo-Menda and P. Meyongo (Editions Fernand Nathan, Paris, France; 1981) Material for teaching philosophy

Précis d’histoire du people evhé – Henry Kwakume (Imprimerie de la Maison Catholique, Lomé. Togo; 1948) Roughly, Short History of the Ewe People

Pre-Colombian intercourse between the old world and the new: consideration from Africa – A.R. Wilcox (pgs. 19-28 in South African Archaeological Bulletin, 30, Cape Town; 1975)

Precolonial African Diplomacy: The Example of Asante – G.W. Irwin (pgs. 81-96 in The International Journal of African Historical Studies, 8, 1; 1975)

Precolonial Black Africa – Cheikh Anta Diop (transl. H. Salemson; Lawrence Hill and Co., New York, US; 1986)

Precolonial African trade: essays on trade in Central and Eastern Africa before 1800 – R. Gray and D. Birmingham (Oxford University Press, London, England and New York, US; 1970)

Precolonial Communities of Southwestern Africa: A History of Ovamgbo Kindoms 1600-1920 – F.-N. Williams (National Archives of Namibia, Windhoek, Namibia; 1994)

Pre-Colonial Economic Activities of the Ga – Irene Odotei (in Research Review (new series) 11, 1 & 2; Legon; 1995)

Predication and Abstract Entities – Kwasi Wiredu (in Legon Journal of the Humanities, 2, 2; 1976)

Predicting maize seed viability using 2,3,5- triphenyltetrazolium chloride – M.A. Adansi (pgs. 5-11 in Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science, 1, 2; 1968)

Predicting the impact of school-based treatment for urinary schistosomiasis given by the Ghana Partnership for Child Development – M.S. Chan, N.N.N. Nsowah-Nuamah, S. Adjei, S.T. Wen, A. Hall and D.A.P. Bundy (pgs. 386-389 in Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 92, 4; July-August 1998)

Predicting the timing of second praziquantel treatment and its effect on reduction of egg counts in southern Ghana N.N.N. Nsowah-Nuamah, M.E. Aryeetey, E.T. Jolayemi, Y. Wagatsuma, G. Mensah, I. K. Dontwi, F.K. Nkrumah and S. Kojima (pgs. 263-270 in Acta Tropica, 90, 3; May 2004)

Pre-Dynastic Cemetery at El-Mahasna – Edward Ayrton (London, England and Boston MA, US; 1910)

Pre-European Ironworking in Central Africa – Brian Fagan (in Journal of African History, 2, 2; 1961)

Pre-historic Egypt – W.M. Flinders Petrie (London, England; 1926)

Pre-Islamic writing in West Africa – Kathleen Hau (pgs. 1-45 in Bulletin de l'IFAN, 35, Series b, 1; Dakar, Senegal; 1973)

Preliminary account of the food and feeding habits of fish in the Volta Lake – M.K. Adiase (paper presented at the International Symposium on Man-made Lakes held in Accra; 1966)

Preliminary Bibliography of the Volta River Authority Programme – T.W. Cochrane (Volta River Authority, Accra; 1968)

Preliminary observation on the mechanical transmission of malaria – W.A. Chinery (pgs. 166-172 in Ghana Journal of Science, 5, 2; July 1965)

Preliminary observations on the aquatic fauna of the Volta Basin – Letitia E. Obeng (pgs. 273-274 in Ghana Journal of Science, 5, 3 & 4; October 1965)

Preliminary observations on the vertical distribution of plankton in different areas of the Volta Lake – P.K. Rajagopal (paper presented at the International Symposium on Man-made Lakes held in Accra; 1966)

Preliminary report on sugar and rice production project in Accra plains (Nippon Koei Co. Ltd, Tokyo, Japan; 1966; 97 pgs)

Preliminary report on the White Volta: development project in Northern Regions of Ghana (Nippon Koei Co. Ltd.; Tokyo, Japan; 1966; 94 pgs)

Preliminary studies of the irrigation requirement for cotton in the Northern Accra plains – E.F.G. Mante and E.J.A. Khan (pgs. 24-35 in Legon Journal of Agriculture, 1, 1; March 1968)

Preliminary studies on supplementary feeding of cattle reared under essentially ‘local’ conditions in Northern Ghana – F.D. Wharton et al. (pgs. 30-36 in Ghana Journal of Science, 7, 1 & 2; April 1967)

Preliminary studies on the phenology of some woody species of Ghana – J. Yanney Ewusie (pgs. 126-133 in Ghana Journal of Science, 8, 3/4; July/October 1968)

Preliminary trials on chemical weed control in cocoa – E.E.N.A. Bonaparte (pgs. 92-96 in Ghana Journal of Science, 6, 3 & 4; July/October 1996)

Prelude to the Partition of West Africa – J.D. Hargreaves (London, England; 1963)

Premières applications de la géographie linguistique aux langues bantoues – L.B. de Boeck (Librairie Falk et Fils, Brussels, Belgium; 1942) Roughly, ‘First application of linguistic geography to Bantu languages’

Prempeh in Exile – A. Adu Boahen (pgs. 3-20 in Research Review, 8, 3, Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana; 1977)

Prempeh of Ashante: Resistance, Submission and Exile [chapter II, pgs. 65-99 in Reaction and Protest in the West African Press – A Collection of Newspaper Articles on Five Nineteenth Century African Leaders – G. McGarry (Afrika-Studiecentrum, Leiden, The Netherlands; African Studies Centre, Cambridge, England; 1978; 197 pgs)

Preparatory Exercises in African Rhythm – J.H. Kwabena Nketia (Institute of African Studies, School of Music and Drama, University of Ghana; 1963)

Preparatory exercises in African rhythm for violin, Book One – Elizabeth Partos (Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon; 1967; 27 pgs)

Present and future problems of administering resettlement towns – E.A.K. Kalitsi (in Volta Resettlement Symposium Papers, 1965; Kumasi)

Present crash programme to increase food production – W.K. Agble (pgs. 112-118 in USAID/Ghana 8th Annual Agricultural Conference, April 10-12, Accra; 1967)

Present Tendencies of African Colonial Government R.S. Rattray (pgs. 22-36 in Journal of the Royal African Society, 33; January 1934)

Preservation order – Frederick Gbedi (pg. 37 in African Farming; March-Apr. 1991)

Preservation of wooden frames of windows and doors (Information Sheet no. 5, second series; Building and Road Research Institute, Kumasi; Ghana Academy of Sciences; Jan. 1968; 4 pgs)

Preserving Culture through New Artistic Forms: the Case of Duro Ladipo’s Folkloric Theatre – Foluke Ogunleye (in Research Review (new series) 18, 2; Legon; 2002)

Preserving our antiquities (pgs. 4-5 in New Ghana, 10, 7; 1966)

Press and Politics in Nigeria, 1880-1937 – Fred Omu (London, England; 1978)

Press Controls and Sedition Proceedings in the Gold Coast, 1933-1939 – S. Shaloff (pgs. 241-263 in African Affairs, 71, 284; July 1972)

Press, Power and Politics: Ghana 2000 – Kwame Karikari (The Freedom Forum, Arlington VA, US; 45 pgs; www.jhr.ca/Presspowerpolitics.pdf)

Pressure Groups, Bureaucracy, and the Decision-Making Process: the Case of Slavery Abolition and Colonial Expansion in the Gold Coast, 1874 – R. Dumett (pgs. 193-215 in Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 9; 1981)

Pressures on Agricultural Production, Land Tenure Changes and Policy Implications – E.A. Gyasi (in Thematic Papers on ‘Environment-Land Tenure Nexus’, ISSER, University of Ghana, Legon; 2005)

Pressures on an intensive irrigated cash-crop system in coastal Ghana – Gina Porter, Einir Young and Akrofi Dzietror (pgs. 329-340 in Geoforum, 28, 3-4; August-November 1997)

Prestige seeking in a changing society – A. Kwaw-Yankson (pgs. 20-25 in Oguaa Chronicle, 1, 2; 1966)

Prevalence and correlates of female genital mutilation in the Kassena-Nankana District of Northern Ghana – C. Mbecki, P.K. Adongo, P. Akweongo, and F.N. Binka (pgs. 13-24 in African Journal of Reproductive Health, 2, 2; 1998)

Prevalence and distribution of gastro-intestinal helminths and haemoparasites in young scavenging chickens in upper eastern region of Ghana, West Africa – Johanne Poulsen, Anders Permin, Ole Hindsbo, Lawrence Yelifari, Peter Nansen and Paul Bloch (pgs. 237-245 in Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 45, 3-4; 12 June 2000) Prevalence and genotype of hepatitis C virus infection in pregnant women and blood donors in Ghana – M.H. Wansbrough-Jonesl , E. Frimpong , B. Cant, K. Harris , M.R.W. Evans and C.G. Teo (pgs. 496-499 in Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 92, 5; September-October 1998)

Prevalence of atopy and parasitic infections in urban and rural children in Ghana  B. B. Obeng, A. S. Amoah, R. Van Ree, I. Hesse, K. Bosompem, L. Rodrigues, S. Chai, M. D. Wilson, M. Yazdanbakhsh and D. A. Boakye (Abstract; pg. S143 in Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 113, 2; Supplement 1; Feb. 2004)

Prevalence of dental diseases among Mampong school children and the dental health needs of Ghanaians – T.A. Richardson (pgs. 153-159 in Ghana Medical Journal, 7, 3; Sept. 1968)

Prevalence of hepatitis G virus and characterization of viral genome in Ghana – Takahide Saito, Koh-ichi Ishikawa, Mubarak Osei-Kwasi, Tamiko Kaneko, James A.M. Brandful, Victor Nuvor, Simeon Aidoo, William Ampofo, Frank A. Apeagyei, Jane E. Ansah et al. (pgs. 221-231 in Hepatology Research, 13, 3; February 1999)

Prevalence of hydrocele as a rapid diagnostic index for lymphatic filariasis – John O. Gyapong, Roger H. Webber, Jo Morris and Steve Bennett (pgs. 40-43 in Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 92, 1; January-February 1998)

Prevalence of tuberculosis in cattle in the Dangme-West district of Ghana, public health implications – O.A. Bonsu, E. Laing and B.D. Akanmori (pgs. 9-14 in Acta Tropica, 76, 1; 21 July 2000)  Price controls in Africa – the Ghanaian experience – T. Killick (in Journal of Modern African Studies, 11, 3; 1973)

Price of freedom: life of Kotoka from birth to death – Ghanatta a.k.a. Yaw Boakye (State Publishing Corporation, Accra; 1967; 40 pgs)

Price thresholds, price volatility, and the private costs of investment in a developing country grain market – Gerald E. Shively (pgs. 399-414 in Economic Modelling, 18, 3; August 2001)

Prices and Markets in Ghana – H. Alderman (Working Paper Series, details to come; 1991)

PRIDO (Patriotism, Revolution, Integrity, Discipline and Order) – The Doctrine and Manifesto of People’s Patriotic Movement (PEPAMO) – PEPAMO – Ghana (1981; 74 pgs)

Priests and Power: The Case of the Dente Shrine in Nineteenth-Century Ghana – D.J.E. Maier [a.k.a. Donna Maier Weaver] (Indiana University Press, Bloomington IN, US; 1983; 258 pgs)

Primary Commodity Dependence and Africa’s Future – P. Collier (World Bank, Washington DC, US; 2002)

Primary Commodity Exports and the Benefits of Trade: Empirical Evidence for Sub-Saharan Africa – B. Osei (pgs. 181-203 in The Journal of Management Studies, 16, University of Ghana; 2001)

Primary English course (Ghana edition) – John Colton Gagg (Evans, London, England; 1967; 143 pgs) Transition book teacher’s manual book 1-5

Primary School Development Project – External Evaluation of Project Performance – David Korboe and Kwasi Boakye (Report for Ministry of Education; Nov. 1995; 17 pgs)

Primitive Ideas: Protected Area Buffer Zones and the Politics of Land in Africa – Roderick P. Neumann (pgs. 559-582 in Development and Change, 28, 3; July 1997)

Primitive Kinship – M. Fortes (pgs. 46-158 in Scientific American, 200, 6; June 1949)

Primitive Medicine and Culture Pattern – E.H. Ackerknecht (pgs. 545-574 in Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 12; 1942b)

Principals and Agents and the Failings of Conditionality – Tony Killick (pgs. 483-95 in Journal of International Development, 9, 4; 1997)

Principes et limites du Nkrumahisme (à suivre) – E. Lejeune (pgs. 232-245 in Remarques Africaines, 8, 268 (Brussels, Belgium); May 1966) Roughly, « Principles and limits of Nkrumahism (to be continued) »

Principles and Polity – W. Pierce (London, England; 1873)

Principles and Practice of Public Health in Africa, Vol. 1 – (ed.) G.O. Sofoluwe (University Press, Nigeria; 1996; 530 pgs)

Principles and Practice of Public Health in Africa, Vol. 2 – (ed.) G.O. Sofoluwe (University Press, Nigeria; 1997; 917 pgs)

Principles and Practice of Surgery including Pathology in the Tropics [Third edition] – (eds.) E.A. Badoe, E.Q. Archampong and J.T. da Rocha-Afodu (Department of Surgery, University of Ghana Medical School; 2000; first published 1986 by Ghana Publishing Corporation; 1,331 pgs)

Principles of Customary Land Law in Ghana – N.A. Ollennu (Sweet and Maxwell, London, England; 1962; 272 pgs)

Principles of Customary Law in Ghana – N.A. Ollennu and G.R. Woodman (CAL Press, Birmingham, England; 1985)

Principles of Economic Planning: A Study Prepared for the Fabian Society – W. Arthur Lewis (D. Dobson, London, England; 1949)

Principles of Ghana Taxation – E.D. Agyeman (Accra Business Books; 1982)

Principles of land valuation in the Gold Coast (Department of Agriculture, Division of Statistics and Surveys, Accra; no date; 2 pgs)

Principles of Medicine In Africa: Third Edition (eds.) Eldryd Parry, Richard Godfrey, David Mabey and Geoffrey Gill (Cambridge University Press, London, England; 2004; 1,462 pgs) Fully revised edition combines classical internal medicine with a comprehensive understanding of major influences on health and disease in Africa, in the context of family and culture, and the effects of inequality and limited resources on health (ABCBR)

Principles of Operational Amplifier Circuits Design Kofi Owusu-Ansah (Ghana Universities Press; details to come)

Prior and proximate causes of infant survival in Ghana, with special attention to polygyny – A Comment W.H. James (pgs 132-3 in Journal of Biosocial Science 30, 1; 1998)

Prisoners of Ritual: An Odyssey into Female Genital Mutilation in AfricaH. Lightfoot-Klein (Harworth Press, Binghamton NY, US; 1989)

Private Education in Ghana: A Market and Regulatory Survey N. Larocque (World Bank; 2001)

Private Foreign Investment and International Organizations – S.D. Metzger (in The Global Partnership: International Agencies and Economic Development, (eds.) R.N. Gardner and M. Millikan, Praeger, New York, US; 1968)

Private health insurance and public expenditures in Jamaica – P. Gertler and R. Sturm (pgs. 237-258 in Journal of Econometrics, 77, 1, 1997)

Private Investment under Uncertainty E. Aryeetey (pgs. 1211-1221 in World Development, 22, 8; 1994)

Private Secretary (Female)/Gold Coast – E. Powell (C. Hurst, London, England and St. Martin’s Press, New York, US; 1984; 228 pgs) To Kwame Nkrumah

Private Secretary (Female)/ Gold Coast, by Erica Powell – Takyiwaa Manu (in Research Review (new series) 4, 1; Legon; 1988) Book review

Private Sector Development and Competitiveness in Ghana Susanna Wolf (ZEF Discussion Paper No. 70, University of Bonn, Zentrum für Entwicklungsforschung, Germany; 2003)

Privatization in Africa (World Bank; 1998)

Privatisation in Ghana: Post-Privatisation Response of Enterprises (Centre for Economic Policy for Southern Africa, School of Oriental and African Studies, London, England; report for UK Department of International Development; 1998)

Probable sedimentation and seismic effect on the Volta Lake – J.K.A. Banson and K. Bamig (paper presented at the International Symposium on Man-made Lakes held in Accra; 1966)

Problems Arising from the May 1956 British Togoland Plebiscite – Kosi Kedem (details to come)

Problems associated with the provision of adequate land for housing and related purposes – J.W.S. deGraft-Johnson (pgs. 64-78 in Seminar on land problems and development in Ghana held at the University of Science and Technology, Kumasi – Ghana, 6th-9th October, 1971)

Problems facing sweet orange farmers in Ghana – Gyamera-Antwi (pgs. 80-86 in Agricultural Newsletter, 11, 4; April 1966)

Problems in African History – Chancellor Williams (Washington, US; 1965)

Problems in American Civilization Slavery in American Society – (eds.) L.B. Goodheart, R.D. Brown and S.G. Rabe (3rd. edition, Lexington, US; 1993)

Problems of African Chronology D.H. Jones (in Journal of African History, 11, 2; 1970)

Problems of intestate succession in Ghana – A.K.P. Kludze (pgs. 89-122 in University of Ghana Law Journal, 9, 2; 1972)

Problems of Land Transactions in GhanaLennox K. Agbosu (Study commissioned by ISODEC for the Roundtable on Land Reform in Ghana – A Ghanaian Convergence to End Land Hunger, ISODEC Accra; 2003)

Problems of law reform in Ghana – Obed Y. Asamoah (pgs. 9-10 in Legon Observer, 1, 2; July 22, 1966)

Problems of natural regeneration research in developing countries of the tropical high forest zone, with special reference to Ghana – E.D. Osafo (pgs. 25-29 in Ghana Journal of Science, 7, 1 & 2; 1967)

Problems of Primitive Medicine – E.H. Ackerknecht (pgs. 503-521 in Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 11; 1942a)

Problems of standardizing motor vehicle importation in Ghana – J. Antonio (pgs. 73-80 in Journal of the University of Science and Technology, 11, 2; June 1991)

Problems of the Health Care Delivery System – K. Senah (in The State, Development and Politics in Ghana, (eds.) Emmanuel Hansen and Kwame Ninsin; 1989)

Problems of the Technological Society L. Todd (Ghana Universities Press; 1971) Aggrey-Fraser-Guggisberg Memorial Lectures

Problems of vegetable seed production in Ghana – J.C. Norman (pgs. 13-17 in Ghana Farmer, 12, 1; February 1968)

Proceedings of a Seminar on Ghanaian Historiography and Historical Research – (ed.) J.O. Hunwick (University of Ghana; 1977; 290 pgs)

Proceedings of the Conference on the Study of Ghanaian Languages – (eds.) G. Ansre and J.R. Birnie (Ghana Publishing Corporation; 1969)

Proceedings of the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences [Vols. 1-10, published annually from 1963 to 1972, have a general theme. Vol. 11 (1973) is on Education and Manpower, Vol. 12 (1974) is on Traditional Institutions of Our Society, Vol. 13 (1975) is on Energy for Development, and Vol. 14 (1976) is on The Future of Our Communities]

Proceedings of the workshop on agricultural credit (University of Science and Technology, Kumasi; 1966; 85 pgs)

Proceedings of the Workshop on Dissemination of Findings of Vitamin A and Anaemia Prevalence Surveys, Accra, 24th-25th November, 1998 (Ministry of Health; 1998)

Processes of rural economic growth: a case study of the change from a static to a transitional economy in the lower Volta of Ghana, 1954-1967 – Rowena M. Lawson (Volta Basin Research Project, Technical Report No. X27; 1968)

Processing cocoa at the cocoa research station, Sabah – E.A. Wryley-Birch (pgs. 18-24 in Cocoa Growers’ Bulletin, 11; 1968)

Processing Cost and Capacity Utilization in the Ginning Industry of Ghana A.W. Seini (ISSER Discussion Paper No. 23, University of Ghana; 1987)

Procurement Procedure Manual (Ministry of Health, Accra; 1999)

Procurement Training Manual (Ministry of Health, Accra; date to come)

Product Market Analysis (Ghanexim Economic Consultants, prepared for USAID; July 1997)

Production and utilization of animal products in Ghana – St. John A. Clottey (Special Report no. 1 in Animal Products; Food Research Institute, Accra; 1968; 88 pgs)

Production of ethanol from cassava and sweet potatoes using yeast extract from palm wine – J.A. Mawuli Awudza (pgs. 20-26 in Journal of the University of Science and Technology, 11, 1; Feb. 1991)

Production of Public Safety: Are Socioeconomic Characteristics of Local Communities Important Factors? K. Gyimah-Brempong (pgs. 57-71 in Journal of Applied Econometrics, 4; 1989)

Production pressure and environmental change in the forest-savanna zone of Southern Ghana – E. Gyasi, G.T. Agyepong, E. Ardayfio-Schandorf, L. Enu-Kwesi, J.S. Nabila and E. Owusu-Bennoah (pgs. 355-366 in Global Environmental Change, 5, 4; 1995)

Prof. E.A. Badoe: a medical giant – Kojo T. Vieta (pgs. 31-33 in Your Health Guide, 4, 4; July 1992)

Professionalism in Ghana soccer – Jeff Hagan (pgs. 59, 60 in Uhuru, 4, 8; 1992)

Professor Charles Odamtten Easmon: Ghana’s first surgical specialist – Kojo T. Vieta (pg. 5 in Weekly Spectator, No. 1249; 29 Feb. 1992)

Professor Daniel Kwamina Abbiw-Jackson (1930-1990) – F.K.A. Allotey (pgs. 95, 96 in Journal of the University of Science and Technology, 10, 2; June 1990)

Professor Edward Ayensu, President of the Pan-African Union of Science and Technology, Multi-talented Scientist (pg. 281 in West Africa, No. 3883; 17-23 Feb. 1992)

Profile of a dancer – H. Asare-Boah (pgs. 19-22 in Bambolse, 1, 1; Aug. 1991) On Leony Amanquarnor

Profile of Women in Ghana – E. Bortei-Doku (Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), Accra; 1990)

Profound neutropenia and atypical lymphocytosis in a traveller to Ghana – Jill A. Nord and Jay Ward Kislak (pgs. 87-88 in International Journal of Infectious Diseases, 6, 1; March 2002)

Programme of Actions to Mitigate the Social Costs of Adjustment (Government of Ghana; 1987)

Programme of the Convention People’s Party For Work and Happiness (CPP Central Committee, Government Printer, Accra; 1962)

Programme of Work, 1997-2001 (Ministry of Health; May 2001)

Programme for progress – Kofi Asante (pg. 31 in African Review of Business and Technology; Feb. 1992)

Programme Performance Audit Report, Ghana: First and Second Structural Adjustment Credits (World Bank Operations Evaluation Department; May 1992)

Progress in Education in the Gold Coast (Government Printer, Accra; 1953)

Progress of the Economic Recovery Programme 1984-1986 and Policy Framework 1986-1988 [Report prepared by the Government of Ghana for the third meeting of The Consultative Group for Ghana, Paris, November 1985] (Government of Ghana; 1985; 64 pgs)

Progress Report for the Period Ended the 31st December 1948 on the Draft Ten-Year Plan of Development and Welfare (Government Printing Department, Accra; 1948)

Progress Report for the Period Ended the 31st December 1949 on the Draft Ten-Year Plan of Development and Welfare (Government Printing Department, Accra; 1949)

Project Appraisal Document for a Ghana Land Administration Project (World Bank, Washington DC, US; 2003)

Project Memorandum, Ghana Land Administration Project, Institutional Reform & Development: Strengthening Customary Land Administration – C. Toulmin, D. Brown and R. Crook (details to come; 2004)

Project of Comparative Analysis of Motifs and Themes in African Tales – R. Schott (pgs. 140-142 in Asian Folklore Studies, Nagodya; 1990)

Project Performance Assessment Report: Ghana Mining Sector Rehabilitation Project (World Bank; July 1, 2003)

Promises and Pitfalls in Public Expenditure – Deborah Wetzel (in Economic Reforms in Ghana: The Miracle and the Mirage, (eds.) Aryeetey, Harrigan and Nissanke; James Currey, Oxford, England; Woeli Publishing Services, Accra; Africa World Press, Trenton NJ, US and Asmara, Eritrea; 2000)

Promoting the Colonial Idea: Propaganda and Visions of Empire in France – (eds.) Tony Chafer and Amanda Sackur (New York, US; 2002)

Promotion of Competitiveness and Innovation through Cluster Initiatives – Feasibility Study A, B. Narteh, L. Kuukpen and T. Winther (University of Ghana Business School and Innogate, Legon; 2007)

Promotion of Ghanaian languages and its impact on national unity: the Dagaara language case – Sebastian Bemile (pgs. 204-225 in Ethnicity in Ghana: The Limits of Invention, (eds.) Carola Lentz and Paul Nugent; Macmillan, London, England; 2000)

Pronunciation of Ewe – J. Berry (Heffers, Cambridge, England; 1951)

Properties of cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.) Leaf Phenolase – D. Adomako (pgs. 103-117 in Ghana Journal of Science, 7, 3 & 4; July/October 1967)

Property Law and Social Goals in Ghana, 1844-1966 S.K.B. Asante (Ghana Universities Press; 1975; Rex Collings, London, England; 1977; 303 pgs)

Property rights and investment incentives: theory and evidence from Ghana – T. Besley (pgs. 903-936 in Journal of Political Economy, 103, 51; 1995)

Property Rights and the Evolution of Chiefdoms – T. Earle (in Chiefdoms, Power, Economy and Ideology, (ed.) Timothy Earle, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England; 1991)

Propheten in Afrika K. Schlosser (Braunschweig, Germany; 1949)

Prophetism in Ghana: A Study of Some ‘Spiritual’ Churches – C.G. Baeta (SCM Press, London, England; 1962)

Proposals for future development of small enterprises in Ghana – G. Alan Major (pgs. 11-13 in Ghana Product Review, 2, 3; January/March 1968)

Proposals Submitted by the TUC (Ghana) to the Salary Review Commission (mimeo; TUC, Accra; 1971)

Proposed Reforms in Respect of the Land Legislation of the Gold Coast (Government Printer, Accra; 1927)

Prosaics of Servitude and Authoritarian Civilities – Achille Mbembe (in Public Culture, 4, 2; 1992) Identical author, publication and date for another article listed elsewhere as The Banality of Power and the Aesthetics of Vulgarity in the Postcolony

Prospects for an Emerging Tourism Industry in Ghana – Alex B. Asiedu (in Research Review (new series) 13, 1 & 2; Legon; 1997)

Prospects for Private Broadcasting in Ghana (ed.) A. Bonnah Koomson (School of Communication Studies, Univ. of Ghana, Legon; 1995; 84 pgs)

Prospects of India’s exports to West Africa – Attam Parkash (pgs. 25-30 in Indo-Africa Trade Journal, 4, 3; New Delhi, India; March 1968)

Prospero and Caliban – O. Mannoni (Praeger, New York, US; 1950)

Protecting Ghana’s Children – Ernest George Beausoleil (pgs. 28-31 in World Health Organization magazine; Feb-March 1977)

Protecting shelled corn against pests (Crops Research Institute, Kumasi; Ghana Academy of Sciences; 1967; 4 pgs)

Protecting the Forest or the People? Environmental Policies and Livelihoods in the Forest Margins of Southern Ghana – Steve Wiggins, Kofi Marfo and Vincent Anchirinah (pgs. 1939-1955  in World Development, 32, 11; Nov. 2004)

Protection of the poor under cost recovery – C. Leighton and F. Diop (mimeo, Abt Associates, Bethesda, MD, US; 1999)

Protectors or Pretenders? Government Human Rights Commissions in Africa: Case Study, Ghana (Human Rights Watch, 2001; www.hrw.org/reports/2001/Afr/ghana2.html

Protest, tradition and change: a critique of Terence J. Johnson’s article – R. Stone (in Economy and Society, 3, 1; 1974)

Protest, Tradition and Change: An Analysis of Southern Gold Coast Riots, 1890-1920 – T.J. Johnson (pgs. 164-193 in Economy and Society, 1, 2, Oxford; 1972)

Protocol and monitoring to improve snake bite outcomes in rural Ghana – L. E. Visser, S. Kyei-Faried and D. W. Belcher (pgs. 278-283 in Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 98, 5; May 2004)

Protocol to the African Charter on Human and People’s Rights on the Rights of Women in Ghana (Final Version of OAU; Amended with Suggestions from Civil Society) (Canadian International Development Agency, CIDA; 2001)

Provenance of late Ordovician to early Cretaceous sedimentary rocks from southern Ghana, as inferred from Nd isotopes and trace elements D.K. Asiedu, E. Hegner, A. Rocholl and D. Atta-Peters (pgs. 316-328 in Journal of African Earth Sciences, 41, 4; April 2005)

Proudly We Can Be Africans: Black Americans and Africa, 1935-1961 – James H. Meriwether (University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill NC, US; 2002)

Proverb speaking as a creative process: the Akan of Ghana – K. Yankah (in Proverbium, 3; 1986)

Proverbs and folktales of Ghana: Their form and uses – S.A. Dseagu (in Traditional life, culture and literature in Ghana, (ed.) J.M. Asimeng; Conch Magazine Limited, New York, US; 1976)

Proverbs: Problems and Strategies in Field Research K. Yankah (in Proverbium, 6; 1989)

Providing better houses for the people – Leandro O. Vinluan (mimeograph; Ghana Academy of Sciences, Building Research Institute, Kumasi; 1966; 11 pgs)

Providing for the Housing Needs of the People of the Third World E. Hornsby-Odoi and A.W. Glover-Akpey (in Population and Development in the Third World: Problems and Solutions, Land Administration Research Centre, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi; 1987)

Provision of emergency contraceptive pills to spermicide users in Ghana – Amy Lovvorn, Joana Nerquaye-Tetteh, Evam Kofi Glover, Alex Amankwah-Poku, Melissa Hays and Elizabeth Raymond (pgs. 287-293 in Contraception, 61, 4; April 2000)

Provisional List of Some Portuguese Governors of the Captaincy of Da Mina – J.T. Furley (pgs. 54-62 in Transactions of the Historical Society of the Gold Coast and Togoland, 2, 2; 1956)

Provisional Notes on the Postcolony – Achille Mbembe (in Africa, 62, 1; 1992)

Provisional Table of Uses of Trees and Shrubs in the Northern Territories G.H.F Gaisie (Forestry Department, Gold Coast, Bulletin No. 5, Government Press, Tamale; no date) Contains a list of 109 plants with their botanical names, and Kasem, Nankani and Buli names

Provisional yield models of Teak (Tectona grandis Linn F.) plantations in northern Ghana – T.K. Nunifu and H.G. Murchison (pgs. 171-178 in Forest Ecology and Management, 120, 1-3; 12 July 1999)

Przyczynek do analizy ruchow migracyjnych w Ghanie (Contribution à l’analyse des mouvements migratoires au Ghana) – E. Vielrose (pgs. 107-119 in Studia Demograficana, 3, 8 (Warsaw, Poland); 1965) Roughly, ‘Contribution to the analysis of migratory movements in Ghana’

Psychology beyond western perspectives – K. Owusu-Bempah and D. Howitt (British Psychological Society Books, London, England; 2000)

Psychology of African nationalism – M. Perham (pgs. 27-36 in Optima, 10, 1; 1960)

Psychosis and social change among the Tallensi of Northern Ghana Meyer Fortes and Doris Y. Mayer (pgs. 5-40 in Cahiers d’Etudes Africaines, 6, 21; 1966; and pgs. 33-73 in Psychiatry in a Changing Society, (eds.) S. Foulkes and G. Prince, London, England; 1969)

Puberty custom of the Akans – Kweku Attah (pg. 7 in Ghana Radio and TV Times, 7, 37; November 4, 1966)

Puberty Rites in Ghana (Canadian International Development Agency, CIDA; 1998)

Public Administration in English-Speaking West Africa, 1945-1975: An Annotated Bibliography – E.S. Asiedu (G.K. Hall Reference Books, Boston MA, US; 1977; 366 pgs)

Public Corporations in Ghana: A Case Study in Legal Importation – R.C. Pozen (pgs. 802-844 in Wisconsin Law Review, Volume 1972, No. 3)

Public Corporations in Ghana During the Nkrumah Period, 1951-66 – D.K. Greenstreet (pgs. 21-31 in African Review (Accra), 3, 1; 1973)

Public employment centres as a source of data on unemployment in Ghana – T.D. Williams and S.M. Ntim (in Economic Bulletin of Ghana, 2nd series, 3, 1; 1973)

Public Enterprise and State Capitalism – B. Beckman (in Law in the Political Economy of Public Enterprise – African Perspectives, (ed.) Y. Ghai, Uppsala, Sweden; 1977)

Public expenditure management country assessment and action plan: Ghana (International Monetary Fund and World Bank, Washington DC, US; 14 May 2002; draft)

Public Expenditure Review 1994: Effective Planning and Execution of the Development Budget (Ministry of Finance, Republic of Ghana; 1995)

Public Expenditure Review 1995: Implementation of Previous Recommendations and the Way Forward (Ministry of Finance, Republic of Ghana; 1996)

Public Expenditure Review 1996: Delivery of Economic Infrastructure (Ministry of Finance, Republic of Ghana; 1997)

Public Expenditure Review 1999: Improving Education through Increased, Efficient and Effective Utilization of Resources (Republic of Ghana; 2000)

Public Expenditures: The Impact on Distribution of Income – The Ghana Case – A.K. Antwi (University Press of America, Washington DC, US; 1978; 224 pgs)

Public Health and Education Spending in Ghana in 1992-1998 – Issues of Equity and Efficiency – S. Canagarajah and X. Ye (World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 2579, Washington DC, US; 2002)

Public health hazard of antibiotic resistance in enterobacterial (E. coli and Salmonellae) isolates in Ghana – J.D. Corkish and R.K.G. Assoku (pgs. 430-432 in Ghana Medical Journal, 12; 1973)

Public or Private? A Policy Dilemma of Liquid Waste Management in Accra – N. Obiri-Opareh (in Toilets and Sanitation in Ghana: An Urgent Matter, (eds.) S. van der Geest and N. Obiri-Opareh, Institute of Scientific and Technology Information, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Accra; 2000)

Public Policy and Anthropometric Outcomes in Côte d'Ivoire Duncan Thomas, Victor Lavy and John Strauss (Living Standards Measurement Study, Working Paper No. 89, World Bank, Washington DC, US; 1992)

Public Policy and the Food Question in Ghana – E. Hansen (pgs. 99-114 in Africa Development, 6, 3; 1981)

Public Sector Management Issues in Structural Adjustment Lending – B. Nunberg (World Bank Discussion Papers No. 99; 1992)

A Public Sector Reform in a Poor, Aid-Dependent Country, Tanzania – O. Therkildsen, (pgs. 61-71 in Public Administration and Development, 20; 2000)

Public sector reform: towards a future strategic framework – Final report (mimeo; PriceWaterhouseCoopers for Government of Ghana; July 2003)

Public Sector Wages in Ghana: Levels, Strength and Relativities – Yaw Anthony Baah (Ghana Trades Union Congress and G-RAP, Accra; 2006)

Public social spending in Africa: Do the poor benefit? – F. Castro-Leal, J. Dayton, L. Demery and K. Mehra (pgs. 49-72 in World Bank Research Observer, 14, 1; 1999)

Public Versus Private Resources for Childbirth and Care in Ghana – Delali Badasu (in Research Review (new series) 17, 2; Legon; 2001)

Publishing and Development: A Book of Reading – G. Philip Altbach and Damtew Teferra (Obor, International Book Institute Cooperation; 1998)

Publishing in Africa: One Man’s Perspective – Henry Chakava (Bellagio Publishing Network, Bellagio, Italy and East African Educational Publishers, Nairobi, Kenya; 1996)

Publishing the African Languages: Challenges and Prospects – G. Philip Altbach and Damtew Teferra (Bellagio Studies, Bellagio, Italy; 1999)

Pump Management Committees and sustainable community water management in the Upper West and East Regions of Ghana – Sylvester Z. Galaa and Boye R. Bandie (pgs. 72-90 in Ghana Journal of Development Studies, 1, 1; 2004)

Puppetry in Ghana: story and interview by Samuel Kofi Awadzi – Armando Morales (pg. 49 in Uhuru, 4, 6; 1992)

Purposeful Education for Africa K.A. Busia (Mouton, The Hague, The Netherlands; 1964; 107 pgs)

Push and pull factors of international migration: a comparative report – J.J. Schoorl, L. Heering, I. Esveldt, G. Groenewold, R.F. van der Erf, A.M. Bosch, H. de Valk and B.J. de Bruijn (Eurostat, Theme I, General Statistics; The Hague, The Netherlands; 2000)

Pynoelectricity in cadmium zinc telluride – Robert K. Nkum (pgs. 43-46 in Journal of the University of Science and Technology, 12, 1; Feb. 1992)

Pyramids and Progress – John Ward (London, England; 1900)

 
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Sources: Cloth As Metaphor: (Re)reading the Adinkra Cloth Symbols of the Akan of Ghana G.F. Kojo Arthur (www.marshall.edu/akanart); The Adinkra Dictionary W. Bruce Willis (www.adinkra.org)
Dame-dame a board game; Adinkra symbol of intelligence and ingenuity.
Sources: Cloth As Metaphor: (Re)reading the Adinkra Cloth Symbols of the Akan of Ghana G.F. Kojo Arthur (www.marshall.edu/akanart); The Adinkra Dictionary W. Bruce Willis (www.adinkra.org)
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Centre for Indigenous Knowledge Systems, and CEFIKS Publications
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Ghana National Bibliography, various editions since 1965
McFarland = Historical Dictionary of Ghana – D.M. McFarland
(Scarecrow Press, Metuchen NJ, US; 1st edition, 1985)
Science Direct, voluminous resource for scientific publications;
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