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Saat und Ernte der Basler Mission auf der Goldküste P. Steiner (Basel, Switzerland; 1895)

Sacred Groves as Historical and Archaeological Markers in Southern Ghana – Gérard Chouin (pgs. 177-196 in Ghana Studies, 5; 2002)

Sacred Sites and the Colonial Encounter: A History of Meaning and Memory in Ghana – S.E. Greene (details to come; 2002)

Sacred Spaces and Public Quarrels: African Cultural and Economic Landscapes – (eds.) E. Kalipeni and P.T. Zeleza (Africa World Press, Trenton NJ, US; other details to come)

Sacrifice in Bulsa Traditional Religion – James Agalic (Department of Religious Studies, University of Cape Coast, BA examination paper; unpublished typescript; 1981; 104 pgs)

Safe Motherhood Programmes: Options and Issues – D. Maine (Centre for Population and Family Health, Columbia University, New York, US; 1991)

Saffron Skies – Leslie Lokko (Orion Books, 5, Upper Saint Martin’s Lane, London WC2H 9EA, England; 2005; 488 pgs) Novel

Saga of a Slave – Jacobus Capitein of Holland and Elmina David Nii Anum Kpobi (Cootek Ltd, P.O. Box LG 162, Legon; 2001; 102 pgs)

Saints, Wizards, Demons and Systems – Explaining the Success or Failure of Public Policies and Programmes [Inaugural lecture] – Joseph R.A. Ayee (Ghana Universities Press; 2000; 63 pgs)

Sakrobundi ne aberewa: Sie Kwaku the Witch-finder in the Akan World – T.C. McCaskie  (pgs. 82-135 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, New Series No. 8, University of Ghana, Legon; 2004)

Salaga: A Nineteenth Century Trading Town in Ghana – N. Levtzion (pgs. 207-244 in Asian and African Studies (Jerusalem), 2; 1966)

Salaga, 1875-1900 – Marion Johnson (pgs. 72-73 in Research Review, 2, 1; November-December 1965)

Salaga in 1874 – T.M. Mustapha and Jack Goody (translation of article by G. Krause in Mitt. Sem. Orient. Sprachen, Berlin, Germany; 1928; pgs. 23-27 in Research Review, 2, 2; 1966)

Salaga in 1876 – Jack Goody (pgs. 1-5 in Ghana Notes and Queries, 8; 1966)

Salaga in 1892 – Jack Goody (pgs. 41-53 in Research Review, 2, 3 (Institute of African Studies, Legon; 1966)

Salaga Papers [2 vols.] – (comp.) M. Johnson (mimeographed, Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana; 1966)

Salaga: The Struggle for Power – J.A. Braimah and J.R. Goody (Longmans, Green and Co., London, England; 1967; 222 pgs)

Salami and Musa – E.V.K. Dzovo (Longmans, London, England; 1967; 72 pgs)

Salaries and contingent allowances (Internal Revenue Services; pg. 35 in The Professional Accountant; Nov. 1992)

Salary calculator and conversion tables in cedis – E.M.K. Kudoga and W.W.K. Senaya (Self-published, Accra; 1966; 24 pgs)

Salim A. Salim on the OAU and the African Agenda – Adotey Bing (pgs. 60-69 in Review of African Political Economy, 18, 50; 1991)

Sal-nima, moxini binkobri, binneembihi ni binyixina salima, 1 – H.I. Abdulai (Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1968; 38 pgs) Dagbani

Sal-mina, moxini binkobri, binneembihi ni binyixina salima, 2 – H.I. Abdulai (Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1968; 31 pgs) Dagbani

Samir Amin as a Neo-Marxist – K.G. Folson (pgs. 112-136 in Africa Development, 10, 3; 1985)

Samori: Une Révolution Dyula – Y. Person [3 vols] (Institut Fondamental d’Afrique Noire, Dakar, Senegal and Nîmes, France; 1968-1975; 2,377 pgs) Roughly, ‘Samory: A Dioula Revolution’

Samori and resistance to the French – Y. Person (in Protest and Power in Black Africa, (eds.) Rotberg and Mazrui, New York; 1970)

Samori et Sierra Leone – Y. Person (pgs.5-26 in Cahiers d’Etudes africaines, 25; 1967)

Sammy Slams the Gang Cofie Quaye (Moxon, Accra; 1970; 62 pgs) Novel

Sample Designs for the Living Standards Surveys in Ghana and Mauritania Christopher Scott and Ben Amenuvegbe (Living Standards Measurement Study, Working Paper No. 49, World Bank, Washington DC, US; 1989)

Sanctions against abuse of authority in pre-colonial Africa – K. Arhin (in A River of Blessings: Essays in Honour of Paul Baxter, (ed.) D. Brokensha, Syracuse University Press, Syracuse NY, US; 1994)

Sand barrier development in the Bight of Benin, West Africa – Adoté Blivi, Edward J. Anthony and Lucien M. Oyédé (pgs. 185-200 in Ocean & Coastal Management, 45, 2-3; 2002)

Sandstone petrology and provenance of the Neoproterozoic Voltaian Group in the southeastern Voltaian Basin, Ghana – Chris Anani (pgs. 83-98 in Sedimentary Geology, 128, 1-2; 1 October 1999) 

Sankofa: Adinkra Poems – A. Kayper-Mensah (Ghana Publishing Corporation, Tema; 1976)

Sanku ke obeta – Vincent Okunor (Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1966; 24 pgs) Ga

São Jorge d’El Mina, Premier West African Settlement: Its Traditions and Customs J.S. Wartemberg (Stockwell, Ilfracombe, England; 1951; 166 pgs)

Satchmo Blows up the World: Jazz Ambassadors Play the Cold War – Penny von Eschen (Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA, US; 2004)

Saturday God and Adventism in Ghana – K. Owusu-Mensa (Peter Lang Publishing; 1993; 102 pgs)

Savanna contributions to the Asante political economy – Kwame Arhin (in The Golden Stool: Studies of the Asante center and periphery, (ed.) Enid Schildkrout, American Museum of Natural History New York, US; 1987)

Saving Lake Bosomtwe – (in Foeline, 16; Friends of the Earth – Ghana, Accra; date to come)

Savings Collectors and Financial Intermediation in Ghana William F. Steel and Ernest Aryeetey (in Savings and Development, 19; 1995)

S.B. Ahmad: Narrator as Interpreter: Stability Variation in Hausa Tales [Book review] – Esi Sutherland Addy (in Research Review (new series) 18, 2; Legon; 2002)

Scaling-up Aid for Ghana: Maintaining Competitiveness, Avoiding the Dutch Disease, and Accelerating Growth – I. Elbadawi and L. Kaltani (Draft for Ghana Country Economic Memorandum, World Bank, Washington DC, US, 2007)

Scandinavians in Africa – A Guide to Materials Relating to Ghana in the Danish National Archives – Joe Reindorf (with additional material by P. Olsen; ed. J. Simensen (Universitetsforlaget, Oslo, Norway; 1980; 140 pgs)

Schenken und Geschenke in Erzählungen der Bulsa (Nordghana) R. Schott (pgs. 409-428 in Sprachen und Sprachzeugnisse in Afrika. Eine Sammlung philologischer Beiträge, Wilhelm J.G. Möhlig zum 60. Geburtstag zugeeignet, (eds.) Th. Geider and R. Kastenholz, Cologne, Germany; 1994)

Schistosomiasis control in Ghana: case management and means for diagnosis and treatment within the health system  Marieke J. van der Werf, Kwabena M. Bosompem and Sake J. de Vlas (pgs. 146-152 in Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 97, 2; March-April 2003)

Schmiede der Bulsa (Nordghana) – F. Kröger (pgs. 67-74 in Damaszener Schwerter vom Lübecker Ring, (ed.) W. Becker, Soester Beiträge zur Geschichte von Naturwissenschaft und Technik, no.8; 2000) Bulsa blacksmiths

Scholarship and Vision: An Introduction – Kofi Anyidoho (pgs. 1-12 in Cross Rhythms: Occasional Papers in African Folklore, vol. 1, (eds.) Anyidoho et al., Trickster Press, Indiana University Folklore Institute, Bloomington IN, US; 1983)

School Mastering in the Northern Territories 25 Years Ago – H.M. Grant (in Gold Coast Teachers’ Journal, vol. 5, nos. 1-3; 1933)

School Organisation in Modern Africa – K. Asiedu-Akrofi (Ghana Publishing Corporation; 1978; 161 pgs)

Schooling and Patterns of Access in Ghana – L. Weiss (pgs. 311-322 in Canadian Journal of African Studies, 15, 2; 1981)

Schooling, employment and Lake Volta: the Nchumuru case in Ghana – D.P. Lumsden (pgs. 26-45 in Manpower and Employment Research in Africa, 4; 1971)

Schooling in capitalist America: educational reform and the contradictions of economic life – Samuel Bowles and Herbert Gintis (Basic Books, New York, US; 1976)

Schooling, Skills and the Returns to Government Investment in Education: An Exploration Using Data from Ghana – P. Glewwe (World Bank Living Standards Measurement Study Working Paper No. 75; March 1991)

Schools and Skills in Developing Countries: Education Policies and Socioeconomic Outcomes P. Glewwe (pgs. 436-483 in Journal of Economic Literature, 40, 2; 1992)

Schriftlose Geschichte in akephalen Gesellschaften der westafrikanischen Savanne – R. Schott (pgs. 175-190 in Saeculum, 51, 2 Halbband, 2000)

Schwarze Kreuze und Wahrsageobjekte: Tote und lebende Symbole der Bulsa – F. Kröger (pgs. 93-107 in Sprache, Symbole und Symbolverwendungen in Ethnologie, Kulturanthropologie, Religion und Recht – Festschrift für Rüdiger Schott zum 65. Geburtstag, (eds.) W. Krawiets, L. Pospisil and S. Steinbrich; Duncker and Humblot, Berlin, Germany; 1993) On black crosses and divinatory objects

Science et langage en Afrique Théophile Obenga (pgs. 149-160 in Présence Africaine, 92; Paris, France; 1974) Science and language in Africa

Science education in Ghana – G.K. Tuani (pgs. 99-102 in Journal of the University of Science and Technology, 10, 3; Oct. 1990)

Science for Junior Secondary Schools [Pupils Books 1-3, Teachers’ Guide 1-3] – E.A. Obodai and N.K. Boni (Ghana Universities Press, Accra; date to come)

Science for the Technological Development of Africa: The Natural Scientist, and the Notion of a Sociological Vacuum K. Prah (Occasional Paper No. 1, Social Science Interface Research Unit, International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology, Nairobi, Kenya; 1989)

Science in the University of Ghana – L.H. Ofosu-Appiah (pgs. 8-10 in Legon Observer, 1, 7; September 30, 1966)

Science, Technology and Economic Growth: Africa’s Biopolicy Agenda in the 21st Century – Calestous Juma (UN University/Institute for Natural Resources in Africa, Accra; 2000)

Scientific Basis for Herbal Medicine: A Phytochemists’ two-decade contribution – I. Addae-Mensah (Ghana Universities Press; 1994)

Scientific Communication in African Universities: External Assistance and National Needs – Damtew Teferra (Routledge, US; 2003; 176 pgs) Using an innovative methodology for data collection, the author looks at higher education in Africa, focusing on scientific research and communication, with chapters on scientific journals, secondary avenues of scientific communication and funding issues (ABCBR)

“Sea Power, Money Power” – Ghanaian Migrant Fishermen and Women in the Republic of Benin – Irene Odotei (Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon, P.O. Box LG 73; 2004; 130 pgs)

Seaports South of the Sahara: the Achievement of an American Steamship Service – R.G. Albion (Appleton-Century-Crofts, New York, US; 1959)

Search for Nefertiti – J. Fletcher (Hodder Headline, UK; 2004; 452 pgs)

The author recounts her search for the queen’s remains and her discovery of a long ignored tomb containing three badly damaged mummies, using the evidence to describe Nefertiti’s life and the fate of her remains (ABCBR)

Search for Security: An Ethno-Psychiatric Study of Rural Ghana – M.J. Field (Northwestern University, Evanston IL, US and Faber and Faber, London, England; 1960; 478 pgs)

Search Sweet Country – B. Kojo Laing (Heinemann, 1986; Picador edition, 1987, 318 pgs) Novel

Seasonal changes in the level of infective strongylate nematode larvae on pasture in the coastal savanna regions of Ghana – A. D. Agyei (pgs. 175-182 in Veterinary Parasitology, 70, 1-3; June 1997)

Seasonal Hunger in a Part of the West African Savanna: A Survey of Bodyweights in Nangodi, North-East Ghana – J.M. Hunter (pgs. 167-185 in Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 41; 1967)

Seasonal population changes in cocoa capsids (Hemiptera Miridae) in Ghana – D.G. Gibbs (pgs. 279-293 in Bulletin of Entomological Research, 58, 2; London, England; Nov. 1968)

Second Development Plan 1959-64 – Ghana Government (Government Printer, Accra; 1959)

Second HIV/AIDS Strategic Framework: 2006-2010 (Ghana AIDS Commission, Accra; 2005)

Second Thoughts on Ghana R. Murray (pgs. 25-39 in New Left Review, 42; 1967)

Secondary school-leavers in Ghana: expectations and reality – P.J. Foster (in Harvard Educ. Rev., 34; 1964)

Secondary schooling and social mobility in a West African nation P.J. Foster (in Sociol. Educ., 37; 1963)

Secrecy and ambiguity: home care for people living with HIV/AIDS in Ghana: Maude Radstake; African Studies Centre, Leiden, 2000, 132 pgs [Book review]Judy E. Mill (pg. 765 in Social Science & Medicine, 57, 4; Aug. 2003)

Secure Property Rights in Land: politics on the land frontier in post-colonial Ghana and Botswana – Henry Dougan htt://socsciz.ucsd.edu/aronatas/scrretreat/Dougan.Henry.doc (no date)

Securing Secondary Rights to Land in West Africa – P. Lavigne-Delville, C. Toulmin,  J. Colin, J. Chauveau (International Institute for Environment and Development, London, England; 2001)

Securing Women’s Interests within Land Tenure Reforms: Recent Debates in Tanzania – D. Tsikata (in Journal of Agrarian Change, 3, 1 & 2; 2003)

Security and Development in Southern Africa – (ed.) Nana Poku (Praeger Publishers, Westport CT, US; 2001; 184 pgs)

Security of Title to Land in Ghana E.D. Kom (in Land as a Resource for Development – Proceedings of the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences, Vol. 36, 1997; Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences and Ghana Universities Press; 2003; 173 pgs)

Sedimentology and chemostratigraphy of the Bwipe Neoproterozoic cap dolostones (Ghana, Volta Basin): a record of microbial activity in a peritidal environment – Anne Nédélec, Pascal Affaton, Christian France-Lanord, André Charrière and Javier Alvaro (in Comptes Rendus Geosciences; details to come; 2005)

Seeds of success – Frederick Gbedi (pg. 39 in African Farming; Jan-Feb 1992)

Seeds, sources and recommendations – W.K. Agble (pgs. 87-90 in USAID/Ghana 8th Annual Agricultural Conference, April 10-12, Accra; 1967)

Seismic activity in relation to fault systems in southern Ghana – Paulina Ekua Amponsah (pgs. 227-234 in Journal of African Earth Sciences, 35, 2; August 2002)

Seismic investigation of the Lake Bosumtwi impact crater: preliminary results – Tobias Karp, Bernd Milkereit, Peter Janle, Sylvester K. Danuor, Jean Pohl, Hans Berckhemer and Christopher A. Scholz (pgs. 735-743 in Planetary and Space Science, 50, 7-8; June-July 2002)

Seismic stratigraphic record of transpression and uplift on the Romanche transform margin, offshore Ghana Kodjopa Attoh, Larry Brown, Jingru Guo and Joel Heanlein (pgs. 1-16 in Tectonophysics, 378, 1-2; 16 Jan. 2004)

Sekondi-Takoradi: a Survey of Population and Household Budgets, 1955 (Government Printer, Accra; 1956)

Sekyere West District Assembly – Cecilia Arhin and Kojo Kwarteng (Maks Publication; no date)

Select annotated bibliography of Ghana – S.I.A. Kotei (Ghana Library Board, Padmore Research Library; 1965; 47 pgs) (Special Subj. Bibliog. No. 5; July 1965)

Selected Letters of Edward Wilmot Blyden (ed.) R.H. Lynch (KTO Press, New York, US; 1978)

Selected Speeches of J.J. Rawlings, 1982-1989 (Ministry of Information; vols. 1-8)

Selected Speeches of Kwame Nkrumah [vols. 1-5] S. Obeng (Ministry of Information; 1961; and Afram Publications)

Selecting a functional form for anamorphic site index curve estimation – David M. Nanang and Thompson K. Nunifu (pgs. 211-221 in Forest Ecology and Management, 118, 1-3; 14 June 1999)

Selections from Cultural Writings – A. Gramsci (eds. D. Forgacs and G. Nowell-Smith, Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA, US; 1985)

Selections from the Prison Notebooks – A. Gramsci (translated and edited by Q. Hoare and G.N. Smith; International Publishers, New York, US; 1971)

Selective Poverty Reduction in a Slow Growth Environment: Ghana in the 1990s – H. Coulombe and A. McKay (mimeo; University of Bath, England; September 2003)

Self-Assertion and Brokerage: Early Cultural Nationalism in West Africa (eds.) P.F. de Moraes Farias and K. Barber (University of Birmingham Centre for West African Studies, Birmingham, England; 1990)

Self-Help and Expansion: A Review of the Work and Aims of the Youth Conference, with a Statement of Its Policy for 1943, and the Action Consequent upon That Policy – J.B. Danquah (Gold Coast Youth Conference, Accra; 1943)

Self-government in my pocket: Journey to independence and after [J.B. Danquah’s Letters, vol II]. –H.K. Akyeampong (details to come)

Semode – J.H. Nketia (Waterville Publishing House, Accra; 1968; 42 pgs) Twi;

Senegal is our home: the anchored nature of Senegalese transnational networks (in New Approaches to Migration? Transnational Communities and the Meaning of Home, (eds.) N. Al Ali and K. Koser; Routledge, London, England; 2002)

Senegalese Development: From Mass Mobilization to Technocratic Elitism – Mamadou Diouf (transl. M. Roth and F. Cooper, p. 301 in International Development and the Social Sciences: Essays on the History and Politics of Knowledge, (eds.) Frederick Cooper and Randall Packard, University of California Press; 1997)

Seniority and Succession in the Krobo Stools – D.P. Henige (pgs. 203-226 in The International Journal of African Historical Studies, 7, 2; 1974)

Sequence analysis of LRNA of Lassa virus S. Vieth, A.E. Torda, M. Asper, H. Schmitz and S. Günther (pgs. 153-168 in Virology, 318, 1; 5 Jan. 2004)

Sequencing Capital and Land Market Reforms for Broadly Based Growth – M. Carter (CPES, University of Wisconsin-Madison, US; 1994)

Serment et voeux chez des ethnies voltaïques (Lyela, Bulsa, Tallensi) en Afrique Occidentale – R. Schott (pgs. 29-56 in Droit et Culture, 14; 1987) Oaths and vows of Voltaic peoples (Lyela, bulsa, Tallensi)

Seroprevalence of brucellosis in cattle and humans in the Akwapim-South district of Ghana: public health implications – D.K. Kubuafor, B. Awumbila and B. D. Akanmori (pgs. 45-48 in Acta Tropica, 76, 1; 21 July 2000)

Setting an Agenda for Gender and Women’s Studies in Nigeria – Amina Mama (TAMAZA; 1996)

Settlement and farming in the Manya Krobo district – G. Djeagbo and A. Mate – (in Bulletin of the Ghana Geographical Association, 7, 1/2; 1962)

Settlements, Trade and Polities in the Seventeenth-Century Gold Coast – R.A. Kea (Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore MD, US and London, England; 1982; 475 pgs) Arhin and Perbi list this as Politics and not Polities

Seven across the Sahara: from Ash to Accra – W.H. Ingrams (John Murray, London, England; 1949, 1950; 231 pgs) He was Chief Commissioner in the Northern Territories, 1947-48 (McFarland)

Seven Roles of Women: Impact of Education, Migration and Employment on Ghanaian Mothers C. Oppong and K. Abu (International Labour Organization, Geneva, Switzerland; 1987)

7 Steps toward Black Re-emergence – A Father Writes to his Daughter on the Regaining of Lost Power – E. Jerome Jackson (Southsphere Press, P.O. Box 381, Hawthorne CA 90250, US; www.blackreemergence.com; 2006; 236 pgs)

Seven-Year Development Plan for 1963/64-1969-70 (Republic of Ghana, Accra-Tema; 1964)

Seven Years in the Sudan: Being a Record of Exploration, Adventures, and Campaigns against the Arab Slave Hunters – Romolo Gessi (London, England; 1892)

Sevin/aticker cob coating experiment – L. Mountford (Food and Agriculture Organization Regional Office, Accra; 1967; 7 pgs)

Sex and Gender in an Era of AIDS – Ghana at the Turn of the Millennium – (eds.) Christine Oppong, M. Yaa P.K. Oppong, Irene K. Odotei (Sub-Saharan Publishers, Accra; 2006; 339 pgs)

Sex Roles, Population and Development in West Africa – (ed.) C. Oppong (James Currey, London, England; 1987)

Sex-Segregation and Discrimination in Accra-Tema: Causes and Consequences – E. Date-Baah (in Sex Inequalities in Urban Employment in the Third World, ILO Studies Series, (eds.) R. Anker et al., Macmilllan, Basingstoke, England; 1986)

Sexual life in Ancient Egypt – L. Manniche (London, England; 1987; publisher details to come)

Sexual Pleasures and the Logic of Excess in the Era of AIDS – Kjell Soleim (in Research Review (new series) 17, 2; Legon; 2001)

Sexual Relationships and Birth Control in Ghana, A Case of a Rural Town – W. Bleek (Anthropologisch-Sociologisch Centrum, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Vitgave 10, The Netherlands; 1976)

Shadow of Wealth – Samuel Asare Konadu (Anowuo Publishers, Accra; 1966; 162 pgs) Novel

Shadows of War: Violence, Power, and International Profiteering in the Twenty-First Century – Carolyn Nordstrom (California University Press, US; 2004; 293 pgs) An innovative ethnography with eye-witness reporting on war zones (Mozambique, Angola and Sri Lanka) and the money laundering, blood diamonds and gun-running (ABCBR)

Shai Pots: The Pottery industry of the Shai People of Southern Ghana A.K. Quarcoo and M. Johnson (pgs. 47-88 in Baessler Archiv (Berlin), Neue Folge, Band XVI; 1968) (Berlin)

Shallot Farming in Anloga, Ghana (A Case Study in Agricultural Geography) – J.M. Dotse (Special Monograph, Curriculum and Teaching Department, University of Cape Coast; 1980)

Shambala: The Constitution of a Traditional State – Edgar V. Winans (Los Angeles CA, US; 1962)

Share Contracts in the Oil Palm and Citrus Belt of Ghana – Land Tenure and Resource Access in West Africa – Kojo S. Amanor and Maxwell Kude Diderutuah International Institute for Environment and Development, London, England; GRET; and University of Ghana; 2001)

Sharing Knowledge and Experience – A Profile of Kwabena Nketia, Scholar and Music Educator – Eric A. Akrofi (Afram Publications, Accra; 2002; 213 pgs)

Sharing the Same Bowl: A Socioeconomic History of Women and Class in Accra, Ghana C.C. Robertson (Indiana University Press, Bloomington IN, US 1984; 299 pgs)

Shea Butter Republic: State Power, Global Markets, and the Making of an Indigenous Commodity Brenda Chalfin (Routledge, London, England; 2004; 295 pgs) This ethnographic study traces the history of shea from a pre- to post-industrial commodity in order to provide a deeper understanding of emerging trends in tropical commodification, cosmopolitan consumption, global economic restructuring and rural livelihoods and explores how state authority – both colonial and post-colonial – is sustained through various projects of market building (ABCBR)

Shifting Tradition: Forest Resource Tenure in Ghana – K. Amanor (pgs. 48-60 in The Dynamics of Resource Tenure in West Africa, (eds.) C. Toulmin et al., IIED, London, England; 2002)

Short History of Ghana – W.E. Ward (Longmans, Green and Co., London, England; 1960)

Shifting Understandings of Skills in South Africa: Overcoming the Historical Imprint of a Low Skills Regime – (eds.) Simon McGrath, Azeem Badroodien, Andre Kraak and Lorna Unwin (Human Sciences Research Council, South Africa; 2004; 268 pgs) Analyzes the prospects for success of South Africa’s skills development strategy (ABCBR)

Short stature and the age of enrolment in Primary School: studies in two African countries (The Partnership for Child Development; pgs.675-68 in Social Science & Medicine, 48, 5; March 1999) 

Should America pay?: slavery and the raging debte over reparations – R.A. Winbush (Amistad; New York, US; 2003)

Siaya: The Historical Anthropology of an African Landscape – David William Cohen and E.S. Atieno Odhiambo (James Currey, London, England; 1989)

Sickle cell haemoglobin D Punjab disease: S from Ghana and D from England – B. Ringelhann et al. (pgs. 324-331 in Acta Haematologica, 38 (Basel, Switzerland); 1967)

Sickle cell thaloassaemia treatment with promazine and spelenectomy – Roger A. Lewis and H.S. Lahiri (pgs. 29-32 in Ghana Medical Journal, 4, 1; March 1965)

Sickness and Wealth: The Corporate Assault on Global Health – (eds.) Meredith Fort, Anne Mary Mercer and Oscar Gish (Pluto Press, US; 2004; 237pgs) Essays by international activists and scholars on relationships between health, politics and globalization reveal how plans by the World Bank and the World Trade Organization limit access to medical care and how the privatization of social services can have devastating consequences. Includes chapters on South Africa’s cholera epidemic by Patrick Bond, and the “reglobalization” of malaria by Timothy Holtz and S. Patrick Kachur (ABCBR)

Sierra Leone and Ghana: Nineteenth Century Pioneers in West African Journalism – K.A.B. Jones-Quartey (pgs. 230-244 in Sierra Leone Studies, 12; Dec. 1959)

Sierra Leone’s Role in the Development of Ghana – K.A.B. Jones-Quartey (pgs. 73-84 in Sierra Leone Studies, 10; June 1958)

Sign Taken for Wonders – Homi Bhabha (in The Post-colonial Studies Reader, (eds.) B. Ashcroft et al.; Routledge; London, England and New York, US; 1996)

Signs and symbols: Their design and meaning – Adrian Frutiger (Studio Editions, London, England; 1991)

Silima – Jack Goody (pgs. 29-32 in Ghana Notes and Queries, 10; Dec. 1968)

Simazine for control of weeds in maize – K.A. Haizel and D.K. Das-Gupta (pgs. 140-143 in Ghana Journal of Science, 5, 2; July 1965)

Simple Stories from Gold Coast History J.B. Anaman (Cape Coast; 1919)

Sing Christians sing – C.G. Meredith (Advent Press, Accra; 1965)

Sing sing sing: forty Ghanaian songs you enjoy – Atta Annan Mensah (Anowuo Educational Publications, Accra; 1966; 31 pgs)

Single-dose treatment of Wuchereria bancrofti infections with ivermectin and albendazole alone or in combination: evaluation of the potential for control at 12 months after treatment – Samuel K. Dunyo, Francis K. Nkrumah and Paul E. Simonsen (pgs. 437-443 in Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 94, 4; July-August 2000)

Single Parties, Tribes and Federalism – B.D.G. Folson (in Economic Bulletin of Ghana, 10, 2; 1966)

Sir Alfred Lewis Jones – A.H. Milne (Liverpool, England; 1914) Founder of the Bank of British West Africa

Sir Charles Arden-Clarke – D. Rooney (Rex Collings, London, England; Krieger, Melbourne FL, US; 1982; 236 pgs) A biography of the last Governor of the Gold Coast

Sir Charles William Tachie-Menson (pgs. 22-23 in Ghana Radio and TV Times, 8, 39; November 17, 1967)

Sissala noun groups – Ron Rowland (pgs. 23-28 in Journal of West African Languages, 3, 1 (London, England; January 1966)

Situation Analysis of Children and Women in Ghana 2000 (UNICEF, Accra and Ghana government; 181 pgs)

Situation et statut juridique de la femme ghanéenne A. Christian (pgs. 19-21 in Vivante Afrique, 243 (Namur, France) ; March-April 1966) Roughly, «Situation and legal status of the Ghanaian woman »

Situation macro-économique et monétaire du Ghana B. Leenhardt and M.F. L’Heritau (Caisse centrale de coopération économique, Paris, France; 1989)

Situation of Education and Farming in Ghana – W. Asenso-Okyere, N.N.N. Nsowah-Nuamah and F.A. Asante (Human Development Resource, Ghanaian Network of SADAOC Foundation, Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research, University of Ghana; 2000)

Situation of Health and Nutrition in Ghana – N.N.N. Nsowah-Nuamah, K. Appiah-Kubi, F.A. Asante, K. Asenso-Okyere and E. Afari (Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research, University of Ghana, Legon; 2000)

Situation Report on the Northern Conflict (Ghana Red Cross Society; 1994)

Six early pieces for piano – Adolphus Turkson (Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon; 1968; 14 pgs)

Six years of constitutional rule in Ghana, 1993-1999 (Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Accra; 1999)

Size and number distributions of the Harmattan dust aerosol in Central Ghana – G.M. Afeti, F.J. Resch and A.K. Sunnu (pgs. 173-174 in Journal of Aerosol Science, 29, Supplement 1; September 1998)

Skills and Capabilities: Ghana’s Industrial Competitiveness – S. Lall and G. Wignaraja (Development Studies Working Paper No. 92, Centro Studi Luca d’Agliano and Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford, England; 1996)

Skills and Capabilities in Ghana’s Competitiveness – S. Lall and G. Wignaraja (in Learning from the Asian Tigers: Studies in Technology and Industrial Policy, (ed.?) S. Lall, Macmillan, London, England; 1996)

Skills Training for the Youth (National Coordinating Committee for Technical and Vocational Education and Training, NACVET, in Strategies for Strengthening Small and Medium-Sized Industries in Ghana, O. Boeh-Ocansey; 1996)

Sklaverei und Sklavenemanzipation an der Gold Küste 1860-1900 – Ein Beitrage zum Verständnis von sozialen Abhängigkeitsbeziehungen in Westafrika P. Haenger (Basel, Switzerland; 1996) English edition: Slaves and Slave Holders on the Gold Coast – Towards an Understanding of Social Bondage in West Africa (P. Schlettwein Publishing, Switzerland; 2000)

Slave importation, Runaways and Compensation in Antigua 1720-1729 B. Gasper (in The Atlantic Slave Trade, (eds.) Inikori and Engerman; 1992)

Slave Ships and Slaving – G.F. Dow (Coles Publishing, Toronto, Canada; 1980)

Slave Trade in Africa – Al-Alam H.M.R.M. Al-Islam (Pakistan; 1985)

Slavery: A World-wide Bibliography 1900-1982 – J.C. Miller (US; 1985; details to come)

Slavery and Abolition in the Gold Coast (Southern Ghana): Colonial Modes of Emancipation and African Initiatives – Kwabena Opare Akurang-Parry (pgs. 11-34 in Ghana Studies, 1, 1998)

Slavery and African Life: occidental, oriental, and African slave trades – P. Manning (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge; 1990)

Slavery and Colonial Rule in French West Africa – Martin Klein (New York, US; 1998)

Slavery and Emancipation in West Africa – M. Klein (in Breaking the Chains – Slavery, Bondage and Emancipation in Modern Africa and Asia, (ed.) M. Klein; Madison WI, US; 1993)

Slavery and human progress – D.B. Davis (Oxford University Press, Oxford, England; 1984)

Slavery and Muslim Society in Africa: The Institution in Saharan and Sudanic Africa, and the Trans-Saharan Trade – A.G. Fisher and H.J. Fisher (Hurst; London, England; 1970)

Slavery and Reform in West Africa: Toward Emancipation in Nineteenth-Century Senegal and the Gold Coast – T.R. Getz (James Currey, England; 2004; 257 pgs) A comparative study of the gradual transformation, reform and attempted abolition of slavery in the 19th century in French Senegal and the British Gold Coast, showing how alliances between colonial officials, company agents and slave-owning elites effectively undermined serious attempts at reform; though slavery was outlawed in both territories, emancipation occurred only in isolated cases. Also discusses the role of slaves themselves in determining the terms of their own liberation (ABCBR)

Slavery and Social Death – A Comparative Study – O. Patterson (US; 1982)

Slavery and the Romantic Imagination – D. Lee (University.Press of Pennsylvania, US; 2004; 296 pgs) In this historical and theoretical account of the intimate relationship between slavery, African exploration, and the Romantic imagination, the author looks at the Romantic movement and the ability of the British to distance themselves from the brutalities of chattel slavery (ABCBR)

Slavery in Africa: Historical and Anthropological Perspectives – (eds.) S. Miers and I. Kopytoff (Wisonsin, US; 1977)

Slavery in the Context of Ideology – P. Lovejoy (pgs. 11-38 in The Ideology of Slavery in Africa, (ed.) P. Lovejoy; Beverly Hills CA, US; 1981)

Slavery in Time and Space – J. Goody (in Asian and African Systems of Slavery, (ed.) L.L. Watson, Berkeley and Los Angeles CA, US; 1980)

Slavery in West Africa – M.A. Klein and P.E. Lovejoy (in Uncommon Market, (eds.) Gemery and Hogendorn, New York, US; 1979)

Slavery in Yoruba Society in the 19th Century – B. Agri (in Slavery in Africa, Miers and Kopytoff; 1977)

Slavery, Indentured Servitude, Legitimate Trade and the Impact of Abolition in the Gold Coast, 1874-1901: A Reappraisal – G.M. McSheffrey (in Journal of African History, 24, 3; 1983)

Slavery Reparations in Perspective – W.K. Asare (details to come)

Slavery, the Asante State Viewpoint – A.A. Perbi (paper presented at the World Conference on Slavery and Society in History, Kaduna, Nigeria, 26-30 March 1990)

Slavery, the Slave Trade and Legitimate Commerce in the late Nineteenth Century in Africa – M.A. Klein (in Etudes d’histoire africaine, 2; 1971)

Slavery – the White Man’s Burden – W.K. Scarborough (in Perspectives and Irony in American Slavery, (ed.) Owens, Mississippi, US; 1976)

Slavery through the Ages – G. Macmunn (London, England; 1983)

Slaves and Ivory in Abyssinia – Henry Algernon Dudley (New York, US; 1935)

Slaves and Slavery in Muslim Africa, vol. 1: Islam and the Ideology of Slavery – (ed.) J.R. Willis (Frank Cass, London, England; 1985)

Slaves, Danes and African Coast Society – P.O. Hernaes (Trondheim, Norway; 1995)

Slaves Who Abolished Slavery – Volume 1: Blacks in Bondage (1981); Volume II: Blacks in Rebellion (1985) – Richard Hart (Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of West Indies, Jamaica)

Sleeping With the Enemy:  Explaining the Paradoxes of the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD), The African Union (AU) and Sustainable Development in Africa – Maxwell Owusu (pgs. 1-22 in Journal of Scholarly and Scientific Perspectives Special Issue – Sustainable Development, No. 1, Langston University Press, Langston; 2004)

Slow Death for Slavery – The Course of Abolition in Northern Nigeria 1897-1936 P.E. Lovejoy and J.S. Hogendorn (Cambridge; 1993)

Small Amino Acid Changes in the V3 Loop of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 2 Determines the Coreceptor Usage for CXCR4 and CCR5 – Yoshitaka Isaka, Akihiko Sato, Shigeru Miki, Shinobu Kawauchi, Hitoshi Sakaida, Toshiyuki Hori, Takashi Uchiyama, Akio Adachi, Masanori Hayami, Tamio Fujiwara and Osamu Yoshie (pgs. 237-243 in Virology, 264, 1; 10 November 1999)

Small Arms and Conflict Transformation in West Africa – Abdel-Fatau Musah (pgs. 109-139 in Over a Barrel: Light Weapons and Human Rights in the Commonwealtlh, (eds.) Abdel-Fatau Musah and Niobe Thamson; Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative, New Delhi, India; 2004)

Small Arms and Regional Security in West Africa: The Ghanaian Case – Emmanuel A. Sowatey (in News from the Nordic African Institute, 1; 2005)

Small Enterprises and Adjustment: The Impact of Ghana’s Economic Recovery Programme – Nii Kwaku Sowa, A. Baah-Nuakoh, K.A. Tutu, B. Osei (Overseas Development Institute, London, England and University of Ghana; 1992)

Small Enterprise Credit in West Africa – (ed.) E. Aryeetey (British Council/ISSER; 1996)

Small Enterprises in Ghana: Responses to Adjustment – W.F. Steel and L.M. Webster (Industry Series Paper No. 33, World Bank Industry and Energy Department; 1991)

Small Enterprises under Adjustment in Ghana – W.F. Steel and L. Webster (World Bank Technical Paper No. 18 [or 138?]; 1991)

Smallholder Cash Crop Production under Market Liberalisation: A New Institutional Economics Perspective – (ed.) A. Dorward (CAB International; J. Kidd; 1998; 300 pgs)

Small-incision manual extracapsular cataract surgery in Ghana, West Africa J.P. Guzek and A. Ching (pgs. 57-64 in Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery, 29, 1; Jan. 2003)

Small pelagics in upwelling systems: patterns of interaction and structural changes in "wasp-waist" ecosystems – Philippe Cury, Andrew Bakun, Robert J. M. Crawford, Astrid Jarre, Renato A. Quiñones, Lynne J. Shannon and Hans M. Verheye (pgs. 603-618 in ICES Journal of Marine Science, 57, 3; June 2000)

Small-Scale Employment and Production in Developing Countries: Evidence from Ghana W.F. Steel (Praeger, New York; 1977)

Small-scale entrepreneurs in Ghana and development planning – J.K. Hart (pgs. 104-120 in Journal of Development Studies, 6, 4; 1970)

Small-scale farming systems in Ghana – G. Benneh (in Africa, 43, 2; 1973)

Small-scale Fisheries Population Dynamics and Resource Use in West Africa: The Case of Moree, Ghana – C.M. Marquette, K.A. Koranteng, R. Overa and E. Bortei-Doku Aryeetey (pgs. 324-336 in AMBIO, 31, 4; 2002)

Small-scale Industries and Decentralization in Ghana – A Preliminary Report on Small-scale Industries in Small and Medium-Sized Towns in Ghana W.K. Thomi and P.W.K. Yankson (J.W. Goethe Universität für Wirtschafts, Frankfurt, Germany, and University of Ghana Department of Geography; 1985)

Small-scale Industries and Economic Development in Ghana: Business Behaviour and Strategies in Informal Sector Economies – Helmut K. Anheier and Hans Dieter Seibel (Verlag Breitenbach Publishers, Saarbrucken, Germany; 1987)

Small-scale industries in the implementation of growth-centres strategy of regional development: a case study in Ghana – P.W.K. Yankson (in Industry and Development, 17; 1986)

Small-scale Manufacturing Activities: A Study of the Interrelationships between the Formal and Informal Sectors, Kumasi, Ghana – G. Aryee (International Labour Organization, Geneva, Switzerland; World Employment Programme, WEP 2-19/WP 23; 1977)

Small-Scale Mining Project Environmental Audit, Final Report – A. Jumah et al. (Accra; 1993)

Small Scale Palm Oil Processing in Africa (FAO Agricultural Service Bulletin 148, FAOSTAT, Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome, Italy)

Small towns and decentralised development in Ghana: Theory and practice G. Owusu (pgs. 165-195 in Afrika Spectrum, 39; 2004) 

Smart Partnerships for Africa’s Development: A New Strategic Framework – R. Joseph (US Institute for Peace, Special Report; May 15, 2002)

Smoke and Mirrors: the World Bank’s Social Dimensions of Adjustment Programme – E. Hutchful (in Review of African Political Economy, 62; 1994)

Smugglers, Secessionists and Loyal Citizens on the Ghana-Togo Frontier – Paul Nugent (James Currey, Oxford, England; 2002)

Snail vectors of human schistosomiasis in the newly-formed Volta Lake – I. Paperna (paper presented at the International Symposium on Man-made Lakes held in Accra; 1966)

Soccer, Women and Sexual Liberation: Kicking off a New Era (eds.) Fan Hong and J.A. Mangan (Routledge, London, England; 2004; 286 pgs)

So mu yie – Kwaku Adom-Ampofo (Waterville Publishing House, Accra; 1966; 74 pgs) Roughly, “Hold it properly”; Asante-Twi

Social and Demographic Changes in the Birim Valley, Southern Ghana, ca. 1450 to ca. 1800 – D. Kiyaga-Mulindwa (pgs. 63-82 in The Journal of African History, 23, 1; 1982)

Social and Psychological Aspects of Education in Taleland – M. Fortes (supplement to Africa, 2, 4; reprinted in 1970 in Time and Social Structure and Other Essays, pgs. 201-259, Athlone Press, England; 1938)

Social and psychological aspects of greeting among the Ewes of West Africa – E.Y. Egblewogbe (pgs. 8-18 in Research Review, new series, 6, 2; 1990)

Social Anthropology; Linguistics; Arts – GILLBT Academic Seminar Proceedings (in Research Review, Supplement 9; Legon; 1995)

Social aspirations, magic and witchcraft in Ghana: a social psychological interpretation – Gustav Jahoda (pgs. 199-215 in The new elites of tropical Africa, (ed.) P.C. Lloyd; 1966)

Social barriers to rural and agricultural progress in West Africa – S. La Anyane (pgs. 3-31 in Ghana Journal of Sociology, 6, 2 and 7, 1; 1970 and 1971)

Social change and Ghanaian women – M. Greenstreet (pgs. 352-355 in Canadian Journal of African Studies, 6, 2; 1972)

Social change and interest in family planning in Ghana: an exploratory analysis – D.I. Pool (in Canadian Journal of African Studies, 4, 2; 1970)

Social Change and its Implications for Social Work – Stephen Opoku (in Research Review (new series) 11, 1 & 2; Legon; 1995)

Social Change and the Growth of British Power in the Gold Coast – The Fante States 1807-1874 – Mary McCarthy (University Press of America, Lanham MD, US; 1983; 196 pgs)

Social Change at Larteh, Ghana D. Brokensha (Clarendon Press, Oxford, England; 1966; 294 pgs) Also found listed as …in Larteh, Ghana

Social change: the colonial situation – (ed.) I. Wallerstein (New York, US; 1966)

Social control in a changing society (Ghana) – K.E. de Graft-Johnson (pgs. 47-55 in Ghana Journal of Sociology, 1, 2; July 1965)

Social control in Madina – A.K. Quarcoo (pgs. 8-14 in Ghana Journal of Sociology, 2, 2; October 1966)

Social Control in Traditional Southern Eweland of Ghana – Relevance for Modern Crime Prevention – Chris Abotchie (Ghana Universities Press, Accra; 1997; 156 pgs)

Social Cost-Benefit Analysis in Practice – F. Stewart (pgs. 153-165 in World Development, 6, 2, 1978)

Social-Cultural and Political Aspects of Development in the 21st Century Ghana – W.K. Asenso-Okyere (in Governance and Development in West Africa, (eds.) A. Ikpi and J.K. Olayemi, Winrock International, Morrilton AR, US; 1997)

Social Dimensions of HIV/AIDS Infection in Ghana – K. Awusabo-Asare and J. K. Anarfi (Report for Swedish Agency for Research and Economic Cooperation with Developing Countries, University of Cape Coast and University of Ghana; 1995)

Social Dynamics and Infant Feeding Practices in Northern Ghana – Mariama Awumbila (in Research Review (new series) 19, 2; Legon; 2003)

Social Factors in Cocoa Farming – P. Hill (pgs. 278-285 in Agriculture and Land Use in Ghana, (ed.) J.B. Wills, Oxford University Press; 1962)

Social Implications of Industrialization and Urbanization in Africa South of the Sahara G. Balandier (Paris, France; 1956)

Social Learning through Networks: The Adoption of New Agricultural Technologies in Ghana – T. Conley and C. Udry (pgs. 668-673 in American Journal of Agricultural Economies, 83, 3; 2001)

Social movements and health insurance: a critical evaluation of voluntary, non-profit insurance schemes with case studies from Ghana and Cameroon – Chris Atim (pgs. 881-896 in Social Science & Medicine, 48, 7; April 1999) Social Organisation of the Ga People – M.J. Field (Crown Agents for the Colonies, London, England; 1940; 231 pgs)

Social Policy, Vol. 1, Nos. 1 and 2 – Journal of the Centre for Social Policy Studies (Faculty of Social Studies, University of Ghana, Legon; June and December 2000)

Social Research in Rural Communities; 2nd edition – P.A. Twumasi (Ghana Universities Press; 2001; 168 pgs)

Social Research, Political Theory and the Ethics of Care – Karl Wærness (in Research Review (new series) 17, 1; Legon; 2001)

Social Roles of Riddles, with Reference to Kasena Society and Culture – A.K. Awedoba (in Research Review, (new series) 16, 2; Legon; 2000)

Social Safety Nets in Asia and the Pacific for a Better Tomorrow (ICFTU-APRO; 1998)

Social Science as Imperialism – Claude Ake (Ibadan University Press, Ibadan, Nigeria; 1979)

Social Science Research Priorities for Namibia – (ed.) K.K. Prah (Cape Town, South Africa; 1993)

Social Security in Ghana – Kofi Kumado and Augustine Gockel (Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Accra; 2003)

Social Stratification and Mobility in Ghana, vol. 1 – M. Assimeng et al. (University of Ghana Department of Sociology Research Report; 1989)

Social Stratification in Ghana – C.A. Ackah (pgs. 1-7 in Ghana Journal of Sciology, 5, 2; 1969)

Social Structure and Poverty in Selected Rural Communities in Ghana C.K. Brown (ISSER Technical Publications No. 54, University of Ghana; 1984)

Social Structure of Ghana: A Study of Persistence and Change Max Assimeng (Ghana Publishing Corporation, Accra; 1981, 1999; 202 pgs)

Social welfare – G.W. Amarteifio (in Volta Resettlement Symposium Papers, 1965; Kumasi)

Societal Reconstruction in Two African States (Ghana and Nigeria) – V.A. Olorunsola (Iowa State University, US; date to come)

Society and Bureaucracy in Contemporary Ghana – R.M. Price (University of California Press, Berkeley CA, US; 1975; 275 pgs)

Society energy analysis: a comparison of different societies – Ivar S. Ertesvåg (pgs. 253-270 in Energy, 26, 3; March 2001)

Socio-Economic Aspects of Artisanal Marine Fisheries Management in West Africa – E. Bortei-Doku Aryeetey (pgs. 323-344 in The Gulf of Guinea Large Marine Ecosystem, (eds.) J.M. McGlade, P. Cury, K.A. Koranteng and N.J. Hardman-Mountford; Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 2002)

Socio-Economic Development Strategies of Independent African Countries – The Ghanaian Experience – Ansa Asamoa (Ghana Universities Press; 1996; 248 pgs)

Socio-Economic Profile and the Effects of Irrigation on the Kamba River Basin Area in the Upper West Region – K. Ewusi, A.W. Seini and E. Aryeetey (ISSER Discussion Paper No. 25, University of Ghana; 1989)

Sociolinguistic Survey of Northern Communities in Accra: Preliminary Report M.E. Kropp Dakubu (Institute of African Studies University of Ghana, Legon; 1983)

Sociolinguistic Survey of the Buli-speaking areaM.E. Kropp Dakubu (University of Ghana, Legon; 1973)

Sociolinguistics and the Question of National Language: The Case of Ghana – E.O. Apronti (in Studies of African Linguistics, Supplement 5; 1974)

Sociologie de Frantz Fanon – P. Lucas (Société Nationale d’Edition et Diffusion, Algiers, Algeria; 1971)

Sociology of Education for African Students D.K. Agyeman (Black Mask Ltd, Accra; 1986)

Soil and water conservation – need of the hour – S. Kumari (pgs. 121-126 in Ghana Farmer, 8, 4; November 1964)

Soil – cement: a material of construction for road and airfield pavements – H.S. Bhatia (Technical Paper No. 1, Building and Road Research Institute, Kumasi; 1968; 57 pgs)

Soil suitable for large scale rice production in Ghana – Henry B. Obeng (pgs. 148-159 in Ghana Farmer, 12, 4; Nov. 1968)

Soil survey and classification – Henry B. Obeng (pgs. 62-68 in Ghana Farmer, 11, 2; May 1967) A paper read at the USAID/Ghana 8th Annual Agricultural Conference, Accra

Soil temperatures and weather conditions in Accra – N.A. Gbeckor-Kove (pgs. 191-220 in Ghana Journal of Science, 5, 3 & 4; October 1965)

Soil water management implications during the constant rate and the falling rate stages of soil evaporation – Mensah Bonsu (pgs. 87-97 in Agricultural Water Management, 33, 2-3; June 1997)

Soils of Bekwai-Amoafo farm site near Bekwai Ashanti – H.B. Obeng (Technical Report No. 7, Soil Research Institute, Kumasi; 1965; 8 pgs)

Soils of Kumasi prison farm – H.B. Obeng (Technical Report No. 67, Soil Research Institute, Kumasi; 1965; 6 pgs)

Soils of Ochi-Nakwa basin – G.K. Asamoa (Ghana Academy of Sciences, Soil Research Institute, Memoir No. 4; Kumasi; 1968; 124 pgs)

Soils of Navrongo-Bawku Area – S.V. Adu (Memoir No. 5, Soil Research Institute, Kumasi; 1969)

Soils of the Accra Plains – H. Brammer (Memoir 3, Soil Research Institute, Kumasi; 1967; 146 pgs)

Soils of the Kpong Irrigation Project Area near Akuse-Asutuare – P. Agyili and I.M. Tei (Soil Research Institute Technical Report No. 127; 1980)

Soils of the proposed Juaben prison farm, Ashanti – H.B. Obeng (Technical Report No. 69, Soil Research Institute, Kumasi; 1965; 21 pgs)

Sojourner Truth: a life, a symbol – Nell Irvin Painter (W.W. Norton, New York, US; 1997)

Solar and wind resources assessment – preliminary data analysis and evaluation: Vol. 1 – Main Report – compiled by Fred O. Akuffo (Ministry of Energy, Accra; 1991; 52 pgs)

Solar and wind energy resources assessment – preliminary data analysis and evaluation: climatic data for solar and wind energy applications in Ghana, Vol. 2 – Final Report – compiled by Fred O. Akuffo (Ministry of Energy, Accra; 1991; 22 pgs)

Soldiers, Airmen, Spies, and Whisperers: The Gold Coast in World War II – N.E. Lawler (Ohio University Press, US; 2002)

Soldiers, Ex-Servicemen, and Politics in the Gold Coast, 1939-50 – D. Killingray (pgs. 523-534 in The Journal of Modern African Studies, 21, 3; 1983)

Soldiers of Misfortune: Ivoirien Tirailleurs of World War II – Nancy Lawler (Athens, Ohio, US; 1992) Roughly, ‘Soldiers of Misfortune: Ivorian Infantrymen of World War II’

Solid phase speciation of arsenic by sequential extraction in standard reference materials and industrially contaminated soil samples S. Van Herreweghe, R. Swennen, C. Vandecasteele and V. Cappuyns (pgs. 323-342 in Environmental Pollution, 122, 3; April 2003)

Solidarity with the Poor – G. Baum (pgs. 61-103 in The Lab, the Temple and the Market: Reflections on the Intersection of Science, Religion and Development, (ed.) S.M. Harper; International Development Research Centre, Ottawa ON, Canada; 2000)

Solma – Tales from Northern Ghana G.A. Agambila (Ghana Universities Press; 2002; 55 pgs)

Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College – A Unique South African Educational Experience in Tanzania – Petu Serote (pgs. 47-60 in Transformation, 20; 1992)

Somalia: State Collapse and the Threat of Terrorism – Ken Menkhaus (Adelphi Paper 364, Oxford University Press, London, England; 2004; 92 pgs) Analyses the dynamics of state collapse in Somalia, the interests appearing to perpetuate the Somali crisis and the challenges facing efforts to promote state-building and reconciliation (ABCBR)

Some African Cultural Concepts – Steve Biko (pgs. 29-21 in Frank Talk, 1, 4; Sept-Oct 1984; reprinted with AZAPO permission on pgs. 26-30 in The African Philosophy Reader, (eds.) P.H. Coetzee and A.P.J. Roux; Routledge, London, England and New York NY, US; 1998)

Some African Kolas in Their Botanical, Chemical and Therapeutic Aspects – E. Heckel and F. Schlagdenhauffen (in The Pharmaceutical Journal and Transactions; Jan.  26, 1884)

Some Asante Views of Colonial Rule: As Seen in the Controversy Relating to Death Duties – K. Arhin (pgs. 67-69 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 15, 1; 1974)

Some Aspects of Akan deep syntax – L.A. Boadi (pgs. 83-90 in Journal of West African Languages, 5, 2; 1968)

Some Aspects of British Gold Coast Policy in Mid-Nineteenth Century – G.E. Metcalfe (in Transactions of the Gold Coast and Togoland Historical Society, Vol. I, Part V; 1955)

Some aspects of budgetary policy in Ghana – Ahamad Naseem (pgs. 3-22 in Economic Bulletin of Ghana, 10, 1; 1966)

Some Aspects of Economic Development – W. Arthur Lewis (Allen and Unwin, London, England; 1969) Also by Ghana Publishing House, Tema; 1971, according to K. Jonah (1985)

Some Aspects of Ewe Machinery of Government with Special Reference to the Anlo Political System – D.E.K. Amenumey (pgs. 100-108 in Ghana Journal of Sociology, 4, 2; Oct. 1968)

Some aspects of migration and mobility in Ghana – M. Fortes (in Journal of African Asian Studies, 6; 1971)

Some aspects of Portuguese colonisation and sea trade in West Africa in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries – A. Teixeira da Mota (Indiana University African Studies Programme, Bloomington IN, US; 1978)

Some Aspects of Regional Planning and Rural Development Policy in Ghana T.K. Buxton and D.M. Dunham (in Development and Change, 2, 3; 1970-71)

Some Aspects of the Areal and Hierarchical Structure of Marketing in Ghana – A. Frischen [Mimeo; paper submitted to the West African Conference of Geographers, Legon; 1970)

Some aspects of the economy of the Volta delta (Ghana) – G.M. Grove (pgs. 381-432 in Bulletin de l’Institut Fondamental d’Afrique Noire, 28 (B); 1966) Author listed in the Ghana National Bibliography (1966) as J.M. Grove; other details as follows: pgs. 89-90 in Bulletin de l’Institut Français d’Afrique Noire (Dakar), 28, 1; February 1965)

Some aspects of the mineralogy of the Kibi bauxite – Francis W.Y. Momade (pgs. 115-120 in Journal of the University of Science and Technology, 10, 3; 1990)

Some aspects of the Poverty Alleviation Focus of Public Expenditure (Government of Ghana, Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning; May 1991)

Some aspects of the relation between migration and socio-economic development in Ghana N.O. Addo (in Symposium on Population and Socio-economic Development in Ghana, N.O. Addo, S.K. Gaisie, G. Benneh and G.M.K. Kpedekpo (eds.), Ghana Population Studies Series No. 2, Demographic Unit, University of Ghana, Legon; 1973)

Some Bilateral Elements in Anlo Kinship – G.K. Nukunya  (pgs. 186-198 in Domestic Rights and Duties in Southern Ghana, (ed.) C. Oppong, Legon Family Research Papers No 1, Institute of African Studies, Legon; 1974)

Some characteristics of crossbred cattle at ARS Legon – Reasons for disposal of dairy cows – G.S. Aboagye and Agbemawle (details to come; 1998)

Some characteristics of indigenous West African economic enterprise – P. Hill (in Economic Bulletin of Ghana, 6, 1; 1962)

Some considerations relating to the formation of states in Hausaland – H.F.C. Smith (Abdullahi) (pgs. 329-346 in Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria, 5, 3, Ibadan, Nigeria; 1970)

Some demographic aspects of urbanization in Ghana, 1931-1960 – N.O. Addo (in Ghana Social Science Journal, 1, 1; Faculty of Social Studies, University of Ghana; 1971)

Some Dimensions of Local Practices of Natural Resource Management in the Central Africa Region – William Armand Mala and Phil René Oyono (in Research Review (new series) 20, 2; Legon; 2004)

Some Economic Factors in the Political Development of the Gold Coast – D.E. Apter (in The Journal of Economic History, New York, US; 1954)

Some economic implications of the education explosion in Ghana T.D. Williams (in World Year Book of Education 1965)

Some facts on sardinella aurita in relation to temperature – M. Zei (pgs. 264-272 in Ghana Journal of Science, 5, 3 & 4; October 1965)

Some fundamental issues in functional literacy – L.K.T. Dorvlo (pgs. 15-27 in Ghana Journal of Literacy and Adult Education, 1, 1; June 1992)

Some Fundamentals in the Political Scene – C.A. Ackah [J.B. Danquah Memorial Lectures] (Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences, Accra; 1969)

Some General Considerations Relevant to Historical Research in the Gold Coast – J.D. Fage (pgs. 24-29 in Transactions of the Gold Coast and Togoland Historical Society, 1; 1952)

Some gender issues in developing a functional literacy programme in Ghana – Kate Addo-Adeku (pgs. 55-66 in Ghana Journal of Literacy and Adult Education, 1, 1; June 1992)

Some geographical aspects of West African developments: an inaugural lecture delivered 31st January 1966, London School of Economics and Political Science – R.J. Harrison Church (Bell; London, England; 1966; 40 pgs)

Some Ghanaian dermaptera, with a note on forcepts variation in forcipula gariazzi borelli – J. Huxley (pgs. 1366-1374 in Bulletin de l’Institut Français d’Afrique Noire, Tôme 30, No. 4; Dakar, Senegal; Oct. 1968)

Some Greek and Roman Observations on the Ethiopians – Frank M. Snowden (New York, US; 1960)

Some Implications of Our Laws of Marriage and Succession Kwamena Bentsi-Enchill (in Changing Family Studies, (ed.) Christine Oppong, Legon Family Research Papers 3; 1975)

Some Indicators of Labour Underutilization in Ghana – K.A. Twum-Baah (ISSER Discussion Paper No. 12, University of Ghana; 1983)

Some Issues in African Land Tenure – Victor C. Uchendu (pgs. 91-101 in Tropical Agriculture, 44, 2; 1967)

Some Issues of Theory in the Study of Tenure Relations in African Agriculture – W.H.O.Okoth-Ogendo (in Africa, 59, 1; 1989)   

Some legal issues arising from the negotiation of the VALCO Agreement – Akilagpa Sawyerr (pgs. 60-86 in Essays from the Ghana-VALCO Renegotiations: 1982-85, (ed.) F.S. Tsikata; Ghana Publishing House, Accra, 1986)

Some limnological investigations in Ajena bay (Volta Lake, Ghana) – R.H. Attionu (mimeograph; Volta Basin Research Project, Technical Report X26, University of Ghana, Legon; 1968; 8 pgs)

Some Notes on a Scheme for Investigation of Oral Tradition in the Northern Territories of the Gold Coast – J.D. Fage (pgs. 15-19 in Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria (Ibadan), 1, 1; Dec. 1956)

Some notes on the Efutu deities – R.W. Wyllie (pgs. 477-480 in Anthropos, 61, 3/6 (Freiburg, Germany); 1966)

Some observations on air-seasoning of sawn timber in Ghana – Emil Martinka (pgs. 63-73 in Ghana Journal of Science, 8, 1 and 2; January/April 1968)

Some observations on aquatic weeds in the Volta Basin – G.W. Lawson (Paper presented at the International Symposium on Man-made Lakes held in Accra; 1966)

Some observations on cocoa trees tolerant to cocoa swollen shoot virus – J.T. Legg and R.H. Kenten (pgs. 61-65 in Tropical Agriculture, 45, 1; January 1968)

Some Observations on Religious Cults in Ashanti – B.E. Ward (pgs. 47-60 in Africa, 26, 1; 1956)

Some observations on schistosoma mansoni transmission at Wa, Northern Ghana – M.A. Odei (pgs. 133-136 in Ghana Medical Journal, 5, 4; December 1966)

Some Observations on the Eastern Region Cocoa Rehabilitation Project – R.O. Adegboye and C. Okali (pgs. 2-11 in Economic and Social Affairs, 1, 4; 1975)

Some Observations on the Statistical Requirements of Development Planning in the Less Developed Countries – E.N. Omaboe (in Economic Bulletin of Ghana, 7, 2; 1963)

Some Oral Traditions of Denkyera – J. Gordon (pgs. 27-33 in Transactions of the Gold Coast and Togoland Historical Society, Vol. I, Part III; 1953)

Some Patterns of Foster Care in Ghana – D.K. Fiawoo (in Marriage, Fertility and Parenthood in West Africa, (ed.) C. Oppong et al., pgs. 273-288; 1978)

Some Perspectives on the Future of Environmental Regulation of Mining Operations in Ghana – K. Mate (in Proceedings of the National Seminar on the Environmental Guidelines to Regulate Mining Activities in Ghana, Accra, June 24-26, 1992, (ed.) Peter C. Acquah; details to come)

Some perspectives on the new banking law – PNDC Law 225 – Kofi Atta-Bronya (pgs. 22-24 in Journal of Ghana Institute of Banking, 3, 8; 1990)

Some plant records for Ghana from Kwahu – J.B. Hall (pgs. 149-152 in Ghana Journal of Science, 6, 3 & 4; July/October 1966)

Some population and related problems in the Ghanaian economy – J.C. de Graft-Johnson (in Economic Bulletin of Ghana, 1, 1; 1971)

Some possible climatic changes that may be caused by the Volta Lake – A.N. De-Heer-Amissah (paper presented at the International Symposium on Man-made Lakes held in Accra; 1966)

Some preliminary observations on the ecology of a small man-made lake in tropical Africa (Nungua Reservoir) – John D. Thomas (pgs. 113-146 in Ecology and economic development in tropical Africa, (ed.) David Brokensha; 1965; other details to come)

Some preliminary observations on the fauna and flora of a small man-made lake in the West African savana (Nungua) – John D. Thomas (pgs. 542-562 in Bulletin de l’Institut Français d’Afrique Noire, Série A, tôme 26, no. 2; April 1966)

Some problems of Gold Coast history – J.D. Fage (pgs. 5-9 in Universitas, 1, 6; 1965?)

Some problems of land tenure in new agricultural settlements: a case study of selected VRA settlements – I.M. Ofori (paper presented at the Cocoa Economics Research Conference, Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research, University of Ghana, Legon; 1973)

Some problems of land tenure legislation and of development – a general introduction to a discussion – R.J.A. Pogucki (Paper presented at Seminar on Problems of Land Tenure in African Development, Leiden, Dec. 1971; Afrika-Studiecentrum, Leiden, The Netherlands; c. 1971)

Some Problems with Tale-Type, Motif and Keyword Indices in Analysing Folktales of the Bulsa (Northern Ghana) – R. Schott (pgs. 333-340 in Die heutige Bedeutung oraler Traditionen [The Present-Day Importance of Oral Traditions], (eds.) W. Heissig and R. Schott, Opladen/ Wiesbaden, Germany; 1988)

Some Psychological and Educational Implications of Receiving School Instructions through a Foreign Language – J.Y. Opoku (in Research Review (new series) 10, 1 & 2; Legon; 1994)

Some realism about customary law: the West African experience – G. Woodman (in Wisconsin Law Review, 1; 1969)

Some Redistributive Aspects of the Tax on Cocoa Income in Ghana – Sam Nii Dodoo (in Economic and Social Affairs, vol. 3, nos. 2 & 3; July 1977)

Some Reflections on the Role of Political Opposition in New Nations – D.E. Apter (in African Politics and Society, (ed.) I.L. Markowitz, The Free Press, New York, US; 1970)

Some Remarks on Beads and Trade in Lower Guinea in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries – J.D. Fage (pgs. 343-347 in Journal of African History, 3, 2; 1962)

Some Source Books for West African History – A.W. Lawrence (pgs. 227-234 in Journal of African History, 2, 2; 1961)

Some theoretical and empirical aspects of parenthood in West Africa – E.N. Goody (pgs. 227-272 in Oppong, Adaba, et al.; 1978)

Some Thoughts on Freedom in a Post-Colonial African Setting – F.K. Drah (in Economic Bulletin of Ghana, 12, 1; 1968)

Some trends in modern marriage among West Africans – K. Little and A. Price (pgs. 407-424 in Africa, 37; 1967)

Some Twi phrase structure rules – L.A. Boadi (pgs. 37-46 in Journal of West African Languages, 2, 1; January 1965)

Something Very Interesting: Adolescent Sex Education and Ethics – J.K. Agbeti (PAWATECH, P.O. Box C958, Accra; 1994, 1996; 75 pgs)

Songhay – Chancellor Williams (in International Encyclopedia, New York, US; 1969)

Sonographic determination of uterine size in young Ghanaian women [Short communication] – J.D. Seffah and R. M. K. Adanu (pgs. 61-62 in International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics, 86, 1; July 2004)

Sons and Daughters – Joe de Graft (Oxford University Press, London, England; 1964; 53 pgs)

Songs from the Wilderness Frank Kobina Parkes (University of London Press, London, England; 1965; 64 pgs) Poetry

Source Book of the Constitutional Law of Ghana, 1925 to Present, Vol. 1 – S.O. Gyandoh, Jr. and J. Griffiths (Catholic Press, Accra; 1972)

Sources and Methods in African History: Spoken, Written, Unearthed – (eds.) Toyin Falola and Christian Jennings (University of Rochester Press, Rochester NY, US; 2003; 356 pgs) The five sections cover archaeological contributions to historical research, the slave trade, documentary sources, oral traditions, and research innovations, with each section introduced by a distinguished Africanist scholar (ABCBR)

Sources for a history of the Bulsa in Northern Ghana – R. Schott (pgs. 141-168 in Paideuma, 23; 1977)

Sources for the Study of Ethiopian History – William Leo Hansberry (Washington DC, US; 1931)

Sources of slaves in Ghana during the period of the trans-Atlantic slave trade – J.K. Fynn (paper presented at the World Conference on Slavery and Society in History, Kaduna, Nigeria, 26-30 March 1990)

South-South Migration: the African Experience – A. Adepoju (in International Migration, 29, 2; 1991)

Southern Nilotic history: linguistic approaches to the study of the past – C. Ehret (Northwestern University Press, Evanston IL, US; 1971)

Sovereigns, Quasi Sovereigns and Africans: Race and Self-Determination in International Law, Vol. 3 – S.N. Grovogui (University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis MN, US; 1996)

Soviet Policy in West Africa R. Legvold (Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA, US; 1970)

Sowah Committee of Enquiry into the Assets of Specified Persons (Ministry of Information, Accra; 1968; 207 pgs)

Sowjetische Asichten über die Staats-und Privatwirtschaft Ghanas – Kondratjew (pgs. 281-289 in Ostblock u. Entwicklungslander, 21; 1965)

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

‘Space’ and the Marking of ‘Space’ in Ga History, Culture and Politics – John K. Osei-Tutu (pgs. 55-82 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, New Series Nos. 4 & 5, University of Ghana, Legon; 2000-2001)

Spatial distribution and species composition of tree seeds and seedlings under the canopy of the shrub, Chromolaena odorata Linn., in Ghana – Y.A.K. Honu and Q.L. Dang (pgs. 185-196 in Forest Ecology and Management, 164, 1-3; July 2002)

Spatial Integration, Transport Costs, and the Response of Local Prices to Policy Changes in Ghana – Ousmane Badiane and Gerald Shively (pgs. 411-431 in Journal of Development Economics, 56, 2; 1998)

Spatial planning and urban fragmentation in Accra – W.O. Larbi (pgs. 193-215 in Third World Planning Review 18, 2; 1996)

Spatial Price Transmission and Asymmetry in the Ghanaian Maize Market – Awudu Abdulai (pgs. 327-349 in Journal of Development Economics, 63; 2000)

Speaking African: African Languages for Education and Development – (ed.) Francis R. Owino (CASAS Book Series, 21; 2002) Discusses language policy, planning and language rights for students of linguistics, history, anthropology, political science and the general reader (CASAS)

Speaking for the Chief – Okyeame and the Politics of Akan Royal Oratory Kwesi Yankah (Indiana University Press, Bloomington IN, US; 1995; 195 pgs)

Spear and Scepter: Army, Police and Politics in Tropical Africa – E.W. Lefever (The Brookings Institution, Washington DC, US; 1970; 251 pgs)

Special Needs of Ritually Circumcised Female Patients – H. Lightfoot-Klein (pgs. 102-7 in Journal of Obstetrics and Neonatal Nursing, 20, 2; 1990)

Species composition in fragmented forests: conservation implications of changing forest area – J.L. Hill and P.J. Curran (pgs. 157-174 in Applied Geography, 21, 2; April 2001)

Speculations on the kingdom of Kongo – D. Birmingham (pgs. 1-10 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 8; 1965)

Speech Forms of Ghana – P.K. Agbedor (Notes & Records No. 12; 1999) This is part of the CASAS Harmonization and Standardization of African Languages Project (CASAS)

Spheres of influence and the doctrine of the hinterland in the partition of Africa – G.N. Uzoigwe (pgs. 183-203 in Journal of African Studies, 3, 2; 1976)

Spheres of Influence in the Age of Imperialism – N. Chomsky et al. (Spokesman Books, Nottingham, England; 1972)

Spirit of the Nation: Reflections on South Africa’s Educational Ethos (eds.) Kader Asmal and Wilmot G. James (New Africa Education Publishing, South Africa; 2002; 250 pgs) Essays and debate on the values in South Africa’s educational system (ABCBR)

Spirituality, Gender and Power in Asante History E. Akyeampong and P. Obeng (pgs. 481-508 in The International Journal of African Historical Studies, 28, 3; 1995)

Spleen size determined by ultrasound in patients with sickle cell trait, HbAC trait and glucose-6-phosphate-dehydrogenase deficiency in a malaria hyperendemic area (Ashanti Region, Ghana) – Gerd-Dieter Burchard, Edmund N. L. Browne, Jürgen Sievertsen, Jürgen May and Christian G. Meyer (pgs. 103-109 in Acta Tropica, 80, 2; 22 October 2001)

Spoken Hausa and the tonal system in Dagbani – William Leben (Interdisciplinary seminar on field methods; Summer 1968; Yendi Report no. 3; Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon, and Program of African Studies, Northwestern University, Chicago IL, US; 1968)

Spoligotyping in molecular epidemiology of tuberculosis in Ghana – Madhu Goyal , Stephen Lawn , B. Afful , J.W. Acheampong , George Griffin and Rory Shaw (pgs. 171-175 in Journal of Infection, 38, 3; May 1999) 

Sro nunya dengo (Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1966) Book 1: Xletiviwo kple planetwo; Book 2: Atonwo; Book 3: Kekeli; Book 4: Graviti; Book 5: Magnetiom; Book 6: Elektrisiti; all 17 pgs; all in Ewe

Sustaining community forestry in the Kassena-Nankana district of Ghana: problems and prospects – Jeffrey Shermuker Makain (pgs. 77-90 in Ghana Journal of Development Studies, 2, 2; 2005)

Stabilization and Adjustment Policies and Programmes: Country Study 1 – Ghana – R.H. Green (World Institute for Development Economics Research of the United Nations University (WIDER); March 1987)

Staff Appraisal Report: Republic of Ghana, Basic Education Sector Improvement Programme (World Bank; 1995)

Staff Appraisal Report: Republic of Ghana Vocational Skills and Informal Sector Support Project (World Bank; 1995)

Staff Development and Appraisal Manual (Ghana Education Service Council, Accra; 2002)

Staff list (Presbyterian Church of Ghana; 1966; 52 pgs)

Stages of Economic Growth: A Non-Communist Manifesto – W.W. Rostow (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge MA, US; 1960; second edition, 1971)

Stagnation and Inequality in Ghana – A. Bequele (pgs. 219-247 in Agrarian Policies and Rural Poverty in Africa, (eds.) D. Ghai and S. Radwan, International Labour Office, Geneva, Switzerland; 1983)

Stagnation of Ghana's under-5 mortality rate Bob Pond, Eddie Addai and Samuel T Kwashie (pg. 1846 in The Lancet, 365, 9474; 28 May-3 June 2005)

Standard Nzima J.B. Anaman (Accra; 1926)

Standard Treatment Guidelines 2004 (Ghana National Drugs Programme, Ministry of Health, P.O. Box MB-582, Accra; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; www.moh-ghana.org; 4th edition 2000; 5th edition 2004; 493 pgs)

Standardization and Industrial Quality Control in a Developing Country – E. Lartey (Proceedings of Industrial Conference on Quality Control, ICQC 69, Tokyo, TS. 13-04, Japan; 1969)

Stanovlenie novoj Gany – I. Potechin (Institut Afriki, Akademija nauk SSSR, Moscow, Russia; 1965; 351 pgs) The state of Ghana

Staple Food Economies of Western Tropical Africa – B.F. Johnston (Stanford University Press, Stanford CA, US; 1958)

Staple subsistence crops of Africa – G.P. Murdock (pgs. 523-540 in Geographical Review, 1, 4; 1960)

Stare Decisis in the Supreme Court of Ghana – S.K.B. Asante (in University of Ghana Law Journal, 1, 52; 1964)

State and Church in Conflict in Akim Abuakwa, Ghana – J. Simensen (in Norwegian in Norsk Tidsskrift for Misjonen, 2; 1972)

State and Constitutionalism: An African Debate on Democracy – (ed.) Issa Shivji (SAPES, Harare, Zimbabwe; 1991)

State and Society in Precolonial Asante – T.C. McCaskie (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England; 1995; 514 pgs)

State Appropriation of Land for a Plantation and its Impact on Peasants in Ghana E. Gyasi  (in Indigenous Land Rights in Commonwealth Countries, G. Cant et al; Dept. of Geography, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, and the Ngai Tahu Maori Trust Board; 1993)

State-Directed Development: Political Power and Industrialization in the Global Periphery – A. Kohli (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England; 2004)

State Emblems of the Gold Coast Afua D. Sutherland (Accra; 1934)

State Farms Corporation (Cotton Ginnery) – E.N. Afful (mimeo; Development Service Institute, National Investment Bank, Accra; 1965)

State Farms in Ghana – J. Gordon (in International Seminar on Agriculture, (ed.) A.H. Bunting, Praeger, New York, US; 1970)

State Farms in Ghana Marvin P. Miracle and Ann Seidman (LTC Paper 43, Land Tenure Centre, University of Wisconsin, Madison WI, US; 1968; 54 pgs) 1968 Ghana National Bibliography (published 1970) lists this without Seidman as co-author

State land expropriation for plantation and its impact on peasants in Ghana – E.A. Gyasi (in Indigenous Land Rights in Commonwealth Countries: Dispossession, Negotiation and Community Action, (eds.) G. Cant, J. Overton and E. Pawson; Proceedings of a Commonwealth Geographical Bureau Workshop, Christchurch, February 1992; Department of Geography, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand and the Ngai Tahu Maori Trust Board for the Commonwealth Geographical Bureau; 1993)

State Land Management Regime: Impact on Land Rights of Women and Poor in Ghana – C. Dowuona-Hammond (Report prepared for GTZ Legal Pluralism and Gender Project, Accra; 2003)

State of Fear in Paradise – The military coup in the Gambia and its implications for democracy – Zaya Yeebo (Africa Research and Information Bureau, London, England; 1995; 130 pgs)

State of Ghana Population Report 2003 – Population, Poverty and Development (Government of Ghana and UN Population Fund; 2004; 192 pgs)

State of Ghana’s Natural Resources – A.T. Halm and R.D. Asiama (Environmental Protection Council; 1986)

State of the Media in Ghana – Ghana Journalists Association (Anansesem Publications Ltd; 1994; 73 pgs)

Statement by His Majesty’s Government on the Report of the Commission of Enquiry into Disturbances in the Gold Coast, 1948 – Colonial Office (HMSO, London, England; 1948; 14 pgs)

Statement by the Government on the Recent Conspiracy – Ghana Government (Government Printer, Accra; 1961)

Statement by the Government on the Report of the Foreign Commission appointed to Enquire into the Matters Disclosed at the Trial of Captain Benjamin Awhaitey before a Court-Martial and the Surrounding Circumstances (Government Printer, Accra; 1959)

Statement by the National Liberation Movement and its Allies on the Gold Coast Government’s Constitutional Proposals for Gold Coast Independence (National Liberation Movement [NLM]; Kumasi; 1956)

States and Power in Africa: Comparative Lessons in Authority and Control – J. Herbst (Princeton University Press, Princeton, US; 2000)

Statistical handbook (Central Bureau of Statistics; 1967; 137 pgs)

Statistical Tables on the Economy of Ghana, 1950-1985 – K. Ewusi (ISSER, University of Ghana, Legon; 1986)

Statistical Year Book (Central Bureau of Statistics, Accra; 1961-1970)

Statistics of Schools (Ministry of Education, Accra; 2006)

Statistics of Students in Tertiary Institutions in Ghana (National Council for Tertiary Education, Accra; 2006)

Statistics of Students in Tertiary Institutions in Ghana (National Council for Tertiary Education, Accra; 2002)

Statistics on Public Tertiary Education Institutions (National Council for Tertiary Education, Accra; 2004)

Status Anxiety and Cultural Revival – M. Assimeng (pgs. 8-14 in Ghana Journal of Sciology, 5, 1; 1969)

Status differentiation in Ashanti in the nineteenth century: A preliminary study Kwame Arhin. (pgs. 34-52 in Research Review, 4; 1968)

Statute 25 in perspective – Obeng-Manu (pgs. 75-78 in Journal of the University of Science and Technology, 10, 2; June 1990)

Statutory Control of Land Development in Ghana: The Land Development (Protection of Purchaser’s) Act, 1960 (Act 2) – Summary of Judicial Interpretation A.K. Mensah-Brown (in Land Administration Journal, vol. 2; 1979)

Statutory Foundations of Land Administration in the Northern and Upper Regions of Ghana – L.K. Agbosu (pgs. 122-138 in Land Ownership and Registration in Ghana, (ed.) A.K. Mensah-Brown, Land Administration Research Centre, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi; 1978; 214 pgs)

Staying Poor: Ghana’s Political Economy, 1950-1990 D. Rimmer (Pergamon Press, New York and Oxford, England; 1992)

Staying Power: The History of Black People in Britain – P. Fryer (Pluto Press, London, England; 1984)

Stern’s Guide to Contemporary African Music – Ronnie Graham (Zwan Publications, 11-21 Northdown Street, London N1 9BN and Off the Record Press, 116 Whitfield Street, London W1P 5RW; 1988; 315 pgs) Same fellow who wrote a fine book on imperialism and the Volta dam

Steve Biko, psychopolitics and critical psychology – D. Hook (in Critical psychology (84 – 114), (ed.) D. Hook, UCT Press, Cape Town, South Africa; 2004)

Stewardship – Essays on Ethics of Stewardship – Emmanuel Asante (self-published; 1999; 218 pgs)

Sticking to my guns – Afua N.L. Viana (pg. 33 in Uhuru, 4, 4; 1992)

Stochastic assessment of the lifetime maximum live load – K.A. Andam and S.B.A. Asante (pgs. 805-818 in Engineering Structures, 20, 9; September 1998) 

Stock assessment of the big-eye grunt (Brachydeuterus auritus, Val.) fishery in Ghanaian coastal waters – P. O. Bannerman and I. G. Cowx (pgs. 197-207 in Fisheries Research, 59, 1-2; 30 Dec. 2002)

Stolen Legacy: Greek Philosophy is Stolen Egyptian Philosophy – George G.M. James (Philosophical Library, New York, NY, US; 1954; The African Publication Society; 1980; United Brothers Communication Systems, P.O. Box 5368, Newport News VA 23605, US; 1989; 190 pgs)

Stories from Nabdam – Nicholas Nyabah Yembilah (Longmans Progress in Reading Series, grade C; London, England; 1966; 26 pgs)

Story-Telling among the Bulsa of Northern Ghana – James Agalic (pgs. 261-278 in Zeitschrift für Ethnologie, 103, 2; 1978)

Story-telling trends among some Ghanaian children – Akosua Anyidoho (pgs. 71-83 in Research Review, New Series, 5, 2; 1989)

Strangers and Hosts: A Study of Atebubu – P. K. Arhin (pgs. 63-82 in Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana, 12; 1971)

Strangers and local government in Kumasi – E. Schildkrout (pgs. 251-269 in Journal of Modern African Studies, 8, 2; 1970)

Strangers and Traders – Yoruba migrants, markets and the State in Northern Ghana – J.S. Eades (Africa World Press, Trenton, NJ, US; 1994; 234 pgs)

Strangers in Accra and Other Stories – V. Ryan (Afram Publications; 2004; 295 pgs)

Strangers in West African Societies – E.P. Skinner (pgs. 307-320 in Africa, 33; 1963)

Strangers to Innocence – A play by Bill Marshall (Sedco; 2003; 34 pgs)

Stranglehold on Africa J. Loxley and D. Seddon (in Review of African Political Economy, 62; date?)

Strategic Communication in HIV/AIDS Epidemic – Neill McKee, Jane Bertrand and Antje Becker-Benton (Sage, England; 2004; 351 pgs) Practical discussion of strategic communication as a viable response to HIV/AIDS, with topics such as advocacy and community mobilization, communication for reducing stigma, and the role of communication in support of clinical and social services, with case studies from across the world including Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe (ABCBR)

Strategic Framework for Poverty Reduction in Ashiedu-Keteke Sub-Metropolis of Accra (Social Investment Fund, Accra; 1999)

Strategic Orientation and Business Performance (A Collection of Research Publications) – (ed.) K. Appiah-Adu (Graphic Packaging Ltd., Accra; 2004; 178 pgs)

Strategic Plan for the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area (Department of Town and Country Planning, Ministry of Local Government, Accra; 1992)

Strategic Transformations in Nigerian Writing – Orality and History in the Work of Reverend Samuel Johnson, Amos Tutuola, Wole Soyinka and Ben Okri – Ato Quayson (James Currey and Indiana University Press, 601 North Morton Street, Bloomington IN 47404, US; 1997; 180 pgs)

Stratégies d'Empire: Le grand patronat colonial face à la décolonisation – Catherine Hodeir, (Paris, France; 2003) Roughly, ‘Strategies of Empire: The Colonial Business Establishment faced with decolonization’

Strategies for Strengthening Small and Medium-Sized Industries in Ghana O. Boeh-Ocansey (Anansesem Publications, Accra; 1996)

Strategies for sustainable development of the small-scale gold and diamond mining industry of Ghana R.K. Amankwah and C. Anim-Sackey (pgs. 131-138 in Resources Policy, 29, 3-4; Sept.-Dec. 2003) The small-scale gold and diamond mining industry is of great importance to Ghana and has produced and sold over 1.5 million troy ounces and 8.0 million carats since its regularization in 1989. During the same period, the sector also provided direct employment for over 100,000 people and improved the socioeconomic life of many individuals and communities. However, there has also been an environmental cost, indicating a need to develop the industry in a sustainable manner (Science Direct)

Strategies to improve adherence to recommended chloroquine treatment regimes: a quasi-experiment in the context of integrated primary health care delivery in Ghana – Irene Akua Agyepong, Evelyn Ansah, Margaret Gyapong, Sam Adjei, Guy Barnish and David Evans (pgs. 2215-2226 in Social Science & Medicine, 55, 12; Dec. 2002) (Science Direct)

Stratigraphic condensed deposition and diagenetic evolution of green clay minerals in deep water sediments on the Ivory Coast–Ghana Ridge P. Giresse and A. Wiewióra pgs. 51-70 in Marine Geology, 179, 1-2, 15 September 2001)

Streamlining Artisanal Gold Mining Activities and the Promotion of Cleaner Production in the Mining Sector in Sub-Saharan Africa: Ghana as a case study E.K. Agyapong (published MSc. thesis, International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics, Lund University, Sweden; 1998)

Street Children and AIDS – N.A. Apt and E.Q. Blavo (Research report to RESPONSE, Centre for Social Policy Studies, University of Ghana; 1997)

Street Children in Accra N. Apt Van Ham, E.Q. Blavo and S.K. Opoku (Department of Sociology, University of Ghana, for Department of Social Welfare, Accra, and Save the Children Fund; 1993)

Street Children in Ghana: A Literature Review – A. Amissah Quainoo (The Technical Committee on Poverty, Accra; 1998)

Street Children in Kumasi D. Korboe (Centre for Social Policy Studies, University of Ghana, Legon; 1996)

Street youth in Accra city: Sexual networking in a high risk environment and its implications for the spread of HIV/AIDS J.K. Anarfi and P. Antwi (pgs. 131-152 in Health Transition Review, 5 (Suppl.); 1995)

Strength and ductility characteristics of reinforcing steel bars milled from scrap metals – Charles K. Kankam and Mark Adom-Asamoah (pgs. 537-545 in Materials & Design, 23, 6; September 2002)

Strengthening Ghana’s Financial Markets: An Integrated and Functional Approach – E. Aryeetey (Ghana in the 21st Century ISSER Millennium Seminar Series No. 6, Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research, University of Ghana, P.O. Box 74, Legon; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; www.isser.org; 2001; 60 pgs)

Strengthening NGO Capacities for Engaging with Policies: Training of Trainers Workshop, Kaduna, Nigeria – Amina Mama and Titilope Fakoya (ABANTU-Nigeria; 1997)

Strengthening the World Bank – E. Reid (The Adlai Stevenson Institute, Chicago IL, US; 1973)

Strike movements as part of the anticolonial struggle in French West Africa – J. Suret-Canale (pgs. 44-61 in Tarikh, 5, 3; 1977)

Strikes and Labour Power in Ghana – J.P. Kraus (pgs. 259-286 in Development and Change; April 1979)

Strip foundations for small buildings on expansive soils Ghana feeder road study: programme for 1968-1969 (Information Sheet no. 6, second series; Building and Road Research Institute, Kumasi; Ghana Academy of Sciences; April 1968)

Strong Rule in Ghana – Dennis Austin (pgs. 156-157 in The Listener, London, England; January 25, 1962)

Structural Adjustment and African Women Farmers (ed.) C.H. Gladwin, University of Florida Press, Gainesville FL, US; 1991)

Structural adjustment and after: which way forward? – Ernest Aryeetey and Finn Tarp (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)

Structural Adjustment and Agricultural Land in Ghana – V.K. Nyanteng (in Structural Adjustment and African Agriculture, Africa Series, 6; Institute of Development; 1994)

Structural Adjustment and African Industry Sanjaya Lall (pgs. 2019-2031 in World Development, 23, 12; December 1995)

Structural Adjustment and Africa’s Democracy Movements – Ernest Harsch (pgs. 7-29 in Africa Today, 40, 4; 4th Quarter 1993)

Structural Adjustment and Aid in Ghana – Ernest Aryeetey (Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Accra; 1996)

Structural Adjustment and Beyond in Sub-Saharan Africa – (eds.) Rolph van der Hoeven and Fred van der Kraaij (James Currey, London, England; 1994)

Structural Adjustment and Its Impact on Agricultural Research – S. Tabor, H.K. Quartey-Papafio and K.A. Haizel (International Service for National Agricultural Research, Briefing Paper No. 3; March 1993)

Structural Adjustments and Long-Term Development in sub-Saharan Africa – G.K. Helleiner (in Alternative Development Strategies in sub-Saharan Africa, (eds.) Stewart, Lall and Wangwe; St. Martin Press; 1992)

Structural Adjustment and Political Regimes: The Case of Ghana – E. Hutchful (mimeo, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; 1990)

Structural Adjustment and Poverty: A Conceptual, Empirical and Policy Framework (World Bank, SDA Unit, Africa Region; 1990)

Structural Adjustment and Poverty Alleviation: Some Issues on the Use of Social Safety Nets and Targeted Public Expenditures – Venkatesh Seshamani (pgs. 114-125 in Structural Adjustment and Beyond in Sub-Saharan Africa, (eds.) Rolph van der Hoeven and Fred van der Kraaij; James Currey, London, England; 1994)

Structural Adjustment and Poverty in sub-Saharan Africa: 1985-1995 – A.A.G. Ali (in African Perspectives on Structural Adjustment, Vol. 2, (eds.) T. Mkandawire and C.C. Soludo, International Development Research Centre, Ottawa, Canada; 1998)

Structural Adjustment and Stabilization Policies in Developing Countries: A Case Study of Ghana’s Experience in 1983-1986 – K. Ewusi (ISSER, University of Ghana; 1987)

Structural Adjustment and the African Farmer (eds.) Alex Duncan and John Howell (James Currey, London, England; 1992)

Structural Adjustment and the Changing Political Economy of Land in West Africa – K.S. Amanor (paper presented at Synthesis Conference on Structural Adjustment and Socio-Economic Change in Sub-Saharan Africa, Centre for Development Research, Copenhagen, Denmark, 3-5 December, 1998)

Structural Adjustment and the Ghanaian Labour Market – C. Jebuni, A. Oduro and K.A. Tutu (AERC Research Workshop Report, Nairobi, Kenya; 1996)

Structural Adjustment and Women in Ghana – Esther Ofei-Aboagye (pgs. 89-127 in The Social Dimension of Structural Adjustment in Ghana, (ed.) Anthony Yaw Baah, TUC/ICFTU-AFRO Publication; 2001)

Structural Adjustment and the Informal Sector in Ghana – Augustine F. Gockel (pgs. 34-61 in The Social Dimension of Structural Adjustment in Ghana, (ed.) Anthony Yaw Baah, TUC/ICFTU-AFRO Publication; 2001)

Structural Adjustment, Divestiture and the Future of State-Owned Enterprises in Ghana – Y. Boakye-Danquah (in The Journal of Management Studies, 6; Jan.-Dec. 1990)

Structural Adjustment for Growth (World Bank Report No. 7515-GH; Jan. 1989)

Structural Adjustment in Africa: Lessons from Ghana and Nigeria – S. N.-A. Mensah (in Africa Insight, 23, 2; 1993)

Structural Adjustment in Africa: Reflections on Ghana and Zambia – J. Loxley (pgs. 8-27 in Review of African Political Economy, 17, 47; 1990)

Structural Adjustment in Highly Indebted Countries – S. Edwards (in Developing Countries’ Debt and Economic Performance, Vol. 2; (ed.) J. Sachs; University of Chicago Press, Chicago IL, US; 1989)

Structural Adjustment in West Africa: Some Notes on the Ghanaian and Sierra Leonean Experience – A. Zack-Williams (in Africa Update, 1, 2; 1994) www.ccsu.edu/afstudy

Structural Adjustment: Its Origins, Rationale and Achievements – Lionel Demery (Chapter 2, pgs. 25-48 in Development in Africa: Conflict, Controversy, Convergence, Consensus?; (eds.) Giovanni Andrea Cornia and Gerald K. Helleiner; St. Martin’s Press, New York, NY, US; 1994)

Structural Adjustment, Microeconomic Adjustment, and Poverty: A Methodology for Analysis – S.R. Kanbur (pgs. 1515-1526 in World Development, 15; 1987)

Structural Adjustment Participatory Review Initiative (SAPRI): Ghana Country Report – A. Britwum, K. Jonah and F.D. Tay (www.sapri.org; 2001)

Structural Adjustment Policies, the Environment and Sustainable Development in Ghana – G. Botchie (Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 11, Third Series, 1994)

Structural Adjustment Programmes and Peasant Responses in Tanzania – Claude G. Mung’ong’o and Vesa-Matti Loiske (pgs. 159-183 in Structurally Adjusted Africa: Poverty, Debt and Basic Needs, (eds.) David Simon et al., Pluto Press, London, England; 1995)

Structural Adjustment Reconsidered: Economic Policy and Poverty in Africa – D.E. Sahn, P.A. Dorosh and S.D. Younger (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England; 1997)

Structural Adjustment, the State and Workers in Ghana – K. Panford (in Africa Development, 19, 2; 1994)

Structural Adjustment, the Urban Poor and Environmental Management in the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area (GAMA) – Ghana – J. Songsore and G. McGranahan (pgs. 1-14 in Bulletin of the Ghana Geographical Association, No. 22; 2000)

Structural Aspects of Manufacturing in Sub-Saharan Africa: Findings from a Seven-Country Enterprise – T. Biggs and P. Srivastava (World Bank Discussion Paper 346; 1996)

Structural Change and Continuity in the African Family: the Case of Côte d’Ivoire – N. Assié-Lumumba (in African Families at the Turn of the 21st Century, (eds.) Yaw Oheneba-Sakyi and Baffour K. Takyi; Greenwood Publishing Group, Westport CT, US; 2003)

Structural Crisis, Dependent Capitalist Development and Regional Inequality in Ghana Jacob Songsore (ISS Occasional Papers No. 71; The Hague, The Netherlands; July 1979)

Structural Changes in the Economy of Ghana, 1891-1911 – R. Szereszewski (Weidenfeld and Nicolson; London, England; 1965; 161 pgs)

Structural Models and African Poetics – Sunday Anozie (Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, England; 1981)

Structural Problems of African Industry – S. Lall (in Alternative Development Strategies in Sub-Saharan Africa, (eds.) F. Stewart, S. Lall and S. Wangwe, Macmillan, London, England; 1992)

Structural Transformation versus Gradualism – Recent Economic Developments in Ghana and the Ivory Coast – Elliot. J. Berg (in Ghana and the Ivory Coast: Perspectives on Modernization, (eds.) Foster and Zolberg; 1971)

Structurally Adjusted Africa: Poverty, Debt and Basic Needs – (eds.) David Simon et al.(Pluto Press, London, England; 1995)

Structure and Image in Ayi Kwei Armah's The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born – G. Griffiths (in Studies in Black Literature, 2, 2; 1971; also pgs. 75-91 in Critical Perspectives on Ayi Kwei Armah, (ed.) D. Wright, Three Continents Press, Washington; 1992)

Structure and Linkage in the Economy of Ghana: A SAM Approach – J. Round and M. Powell (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)

Struggle against Dictatorship Baafour Osei Akoto (Payless Press, Kumasi; 1992) Autobiography of the leader of Asante resistance to Nkrumah and the CPP in the early 1950s who teamed up with the Dombo-Danquah-Busia northern and Akyem coalition to push (with some violence) for a federal Ghana

Stuart Hall: Cultural Studies and Marxism – Colin Spark (in Stuart Hall: Critical Dialogues in Cultural Studies, (eds.) D. Morley and K. Chen (Routledge, London, England and New York, US; 1996)

Student Achievement and Schooling Choice in Low-Income Countries: Evidence from Ghana – P. Glewwe and H. Jacoby (pgs. 843-864 in Journal of Human Resources, 29, 3; 1994)

Student parents: West African families in London – C.L. Muir and E.N. Goody (pgs. 329-336 in Race, 13; 1972)

Student Pidgin (SP): the Language of the Educated Male Elite – Kari Dako (in Research Review (new series) 18, 2; Legon; 2002)

Studies in African Linguistic Classification J.H. Greenberg (New Haven, CT, US; 1955)

Studies in Finance and Development: The Gold Coast (Ghana) Experience – N.A. Cox-George (Dobson Books, London, England; 1973)

Studies in Mental Illness in the Gold Coast – G. Tooth (HM Stationery Office, London, England; 1950)

Studies in Rural Capitalism in West Africa – Polly Hill (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge; England; 1970; 173 pgs)

Studies in rural economic growth, 1954-1966 – Paper No. 1: Change and growth in traditional agriculture in the lower Volta – Rowena Lawson (University of Ghana, Volta Basin Research Project, Technical Report X16; 1966)

Studies in the history of the Sokoto caliphate: the Sokoto seminar papers – (ed.) Y. B. Usman (Department of History for the Sokoto Caliphate Bureau, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria; 1972)

Studies in the Theory of Imperialism – (eds.) R. Owen and B. Sutcliffe (Longman, London, England; 1972)

Studies on bathycoelia thalassina (HS) (Hempitera, pentatomidate), the cause of premature ripening of cocoa pods in Ghana – N. Lodos (pgs. 120-130 in Ghana Farmer, 12, 3; August 1968)

Studies on immunodiagnosis of dracunculiasis: II. Search for circulating antigens – Paul Bloch, Birgitte J. Vennervald and Paul E. Simonsen (pgs. 303-315 in Acta Tropica, 70, 3; 30 July 1998) 

Studies on the Ghanaian Economy, Vol. 1: The Pre-“Revo” Years – Amoah Baah Nuakoh (Ghana Universities Press, Accra; 1997; 376 pgs)

Studies on the transmission of schistosomiasis in Ghana and the feasibility of control operations – Ilan Paperna (Ghana-Israel Technical Cooperation Agreement Project Report; Sept. 1968; 24 pgs)

Studies on the transmission of schistosomiasis in Ghana; IV: Schistosoma haemotabium transmission in the Lower Volta Basin – Ilan Paperna (pgs. 210-220 in Ghana Medical Journal, 7, 4; Dec. 1968)

Studies on the transmission of schistosomiasis in Ghana; III: Notes on the ecology and distribution of bulinus transcatus rolfish and biomphalaria pfeifferi in the Lower Volta Basin – Ilan Paperna (pgs. 139-145 in Ghana Medical Journal, 7, 3; Sept. 1968)

Studies on the transmission of schistosomiasis in Ghana; II: The infection rate of snails at transmission sites – Ilan Paperna (pgs. 139-145 in Ghana Medical Journal, 7, 2; June, 1968)

Studies on tsetse flies in the Accra Plains area with suggestions for their control – E.D. Offori (pgs. 65-86 in Ghana Journal of Science, 7, 3 & 4; July/October 1967)

Studies towards a Sustainable Agriculture in Northern Ghana – A. Bennett and W. Schork (Heidelberg, Germany; 1979)

Study and Race – E.W. Blyden (1893; reprinted as pgs. 249-253 in Origins of West African Nationalism, (ed.) H.S. Wilson, Macmillan, London, England; 1969; 391 pgs)

Study materials in linguistics – English B.5 – What is Linguistics? Introduction to linguistics for the non-linguistic– H.M.J. Trutenau (Self-published, Accra; 1965)

Study materials in linguistics – English B.1 – Introduction to the classification of African languages – H.M.J. Trutenau (Self-published, Accra; 1965)

Study of age misstatement among young children in Ghana – John C. Caldwell (pgs. 477-490 in Demography, 3, 2 (Providence RI, US); 1966)

Study of the views and attitudes of emergent educational elite on family planning, contraceptive practice, abortion and sex education – T.K. Kumekpor (details to come)

Study on Conditionalities in the Education Sector (A Case Study of the Ghana Situation – J.J.K. Baku and R. Gbadamaosi (USAID and Education Research Network for West and Central Africa-sponsored report; 1996; 97 pgs)

Suame ansa [Teachers’ edition] – E.M. Beveridge (Waterville Publishing House, Accra; 1965, 1968; 39 pgs) Twi

Sub-district structures and popular participation: a preliminary assessment – J.R.A. Ayee (pgs. 127-156 in A Decade of Decentralisation in Ghana: Retrospect and Prospects, (eds.) W. Thomi et al., EPAD Research Project and Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, Accra; 2000)

Subjectivism and the Study of Current History: Political, Psychological and Methodological Problems – Ali A. Mazrui (pgs. 27- 45 in The Methodology of Contemporary African History, Report and Papers of the Meeting of Experts organized by UNESCO at Ouagadougou, Upper Volta (now Burkina Faso), May 17-22, 1979; UNESCO, Paris, France; 1984)

Subsistenz- und Marktwirtschaft im Wandel. Wirtschaftsethnologische Forschungen bei den Bulsa in Nord-Ghana I. Heermann (in Kulturanthropologische Studien, vol. 2, (eds.) R. Schott and G. Wiegelmann; Renner Verlag, Hohenschäftlarn, Germany; 1981)

Substance use, HIV infection and the harm reduction approach in sub-Saharan Africa – Moruf L. Adelekan (pgs. 315-323 in International Journal of Drug Policy, 9, 5; 1 October 1998) 

Succession and gold mining at Manso-Nkwanta – K. Arhin (in Research Review, 3, 3; Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon; 1970)

Susceptibility of bulinus (physopsis) globosus and bulinus truncatus rolfish from different localities in Ghana to different local strains of schistosoma haematobium – Ilan Paperna (pgs. 13-26 in Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 62, 1; Liverpool, England; March 1968)

Sudan: An Annotated Bibliography – Terje Tvedt (I.B. Tauris, London, England; 2003; vol. 1: 496 pgs; vol. 2: 624 pgs) Brings together all references to works on Sudan from 1850 to 2000, according to topic (ABCBR)

Sudan: Ancient Treasures (eds.) D.A. Welsby and J.R. Anderson (British Museum Press, London, England; 2004; 336 pgs) A catalogue illustrating over 320 treasures of ancient Sudan from the National Museum in Khartoum; includes essays and entries by over 50 scholars covering the last 200,000 years. The collection ranges from Palaeolithic stone tools, Pharaonic statues and Christian wall paintings to armour of the early Islamic period; key items highlight the contrast between the world view of many Sudanese cultures (ABCBR)

Sudan’s Blood Memory: The Legacy of War, Ethnicity and Slavery in Early South Sudan – Stephanie Beswick (University of Rochester, US; 2004; 218 pgs) Uses the concept of ‘blood memories’, the collective and personal recollections of traumatic events, to decipher the oral histories of the Dinka in particular from pre-colonial times and shows how fierce wars, ethnic struggles and expansion shaped the history, socio-political and military culture of the country. (ABCBR)

Sudden, unexpected, and unexplained deaths in Accra, Ghana – W.N. Laing (pgs. 170-184 in Ghana Medical Journal, 7, 4; Dec. 1968)

Suggestions for the determination of exploitable size in virgin, salvage selection forests – K. Kadembi (pgs. 123-131 in Ghana Journal of Science, 5, 2; July 1965)

Suitability of high lysine maize, Obatanpa for ‘kenkey’ production – K. Obiri-Danso, W.O. Ellis, B.K. Simpson and J.P. Smith (pgs. 125-129 in Food Control, 8, 3; June 1997)

Suitability of the Normal, Log-normal and Weibull distributions for fitting diameter distributions of neem plantations in Northern Ghana – David M. Nanang (pgs. 1-7 in Forest Ecology and Management, 103, 1; 6 April 1998) 

Sukoa Nzema maamela ne – P.A. Kwesi Aboagye (Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra; 1967; 34 pgs) [Nzema]

Summary of Proceedings of the Forum for Policy Dialogue: Toward a Re-energized Partnership for Rapid Economic Growth [held at Akosombo-Volta Hotel, 9-10 March 1997] (Private Enterprise Foundation, Accra; 1997)

Summary of the Report of the Commission of Enquiry into Alleged Malpractices in the Issue of Import Licences [Ollennu Commission] (Ministry of Information, Accra; 1967)

Summary Report on Household Economic Survey 1974-1975 (Central Bureau of Statistics; July 1979; 116 pgs)

Sundiata, an Epic of Old Mali – Ayi Kwei Armah (pgs. 51-52, 93-96 in Black World, 23, 7; 1974) Essay

Sundowners – Lesley Lokko (Orion Books, 5, Upper Saint Martin’s Lane, London WC2H 9EA, England; 2004; 462 pgs) Novel

Sun-dried blocks in low cost housing – R.L. Fullerton (Occasional Report No. 5, University of Science and Technology Faculty of Architecture, Kumasi; 51 pgs; mimeo)

Sunset at noon – Anthony Kwamlah Johnson (Macmillan; London, England; 1989; 110 pgs) Novel

Superconductor Engineering (ed.) T.O. Mensah (in AIChE Symposium Series Book, 88, 287; 1992)

Superficial similarities and dissimilarities of the strip farms of Ghana and medieval England – S. La Anyane (pgs. 31-35 in Ghanaian Bulletin of Agricultural Economics, 2, 1; 1962)

Supernatural beliefs and changing cognitive structures among Ghanaian university students – G. Jahoda (in Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 1, 2; 1970)

Suppression of the African Slave Trade – W.E.B. Du Bois (details to come; 1896)

Surreptitious Speech: Présence Africaine and the Politics of Otherness, 1947-1987 (ed.) V.Y. Mudimbe (University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London; 1992)

Survey of British Commonwealth Affairs W.K. Hancock (London, England; 1940)

Survey of Cocoa Producing Families in Ashanti: 1956-57 (Ashanti Survey) – Office of the Government Statistician (Government Printer, Accra; 1960)

Survey of Cocoa Trees, Western Province, Ashanti J.C. Muir (pgs. 57-64 in Department of Agriculture Bulletin No. 22, Accra; 1930) Listed as Survey of Cacao Areas… by Dunn and Robertson (1973)

Survey of High-Level Manpower in Ghana, 1960 (Government of Ghana; 1961)

Survey of Population and Budgets of Cocoa Producing Families in the Oda-Swedru-Asamankese Area, 1955-1956 (Accra; 1958)

Survey of Research Materials in the National Archives of Ghana (with a Note by Paul Jenkins) R.E. Dumett (Communications from the Basel Africa Bibliography, No. 11; Basel, Switzerland; no date, c. 1974; 48 pgs)

Survey: Philosophy Teaching and Research in English-Speaking Africa – Kwasi Wiredu (in Teaching and Research in Philosophy: Africa, UNESCO, Paris, France; 1984)

Survival in Childhood: The Dimensions of the Problem in Ghana – G. Adansi Pipim (ISSER Discussion Paper No. 26, University of Ghana; 1986)

Surviving Through Obliqueness: Language of Politics in Emerging Democracies – S.G. Obeng and B. Hartford (details to come; 2002)

Survivors on the Gold Coast – The Basel Missionaries in Colonial Ghana – Peter A. Schweizer (Smartline Limited, P.O. Box CT 4436, Cantonments, Accra; 2000; 201 pgs)

Sustainability, Poverty and Urban Environmental Transitions – G. McGranahan, J. Songsore and M. Kjellen (pgs. 103-133 in Sustainability, the Environment and Urbanisation, (ed.) C. Pugh, Earthscan, London, England; 1996)

Sustainable Agriculture – Our Hope for Years to Come – Y. Ahenkorah (University of Ghana Inaugural Lecture, Legon; 1997)

Sustainable democracy in Ghana: Problems and prospects Jeff Haynes (in Third World Quarterly, 14, 3; 1993)

Sustainable Development and Poverty Alleviation in Sub-Saharan Africa – C. Perrings (St. Martin’s Press, New York, USA; 1966)

Sustainable Food Security in West Africa – (ed.) W.K. Asenso-Okyere, G. Benneh and W. Tims (Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Germany; 1997)

Sustainable use of bushmeat – Y. Ntiamoa-Badu (Technical report for the Wildlife Division, Accra; 1997)

Sustaining Soil Fertility in Ghana: An Integrated Nutrient Management Approach – C.S. Ofori and F.K. Fianu (1996; details to come)

Swahili Grammar (Including Intonation) – E.O. Ashton (Longmans, London, England; 1949)

Swahili literature and the history and the archaeology of the East African Coast – G.S.P. Freeman-Grenville (pgs. 7-25 in Swahili, 28, 2; 1958)

Symbols of Africa – Heike Owusu (details to come; 2000)

Symposium on African Elites (UNESCO; pgs. 413-498 in International Social Science Bulletin, 8; 1956)

Syntactic Characteristics of Ewe Relative Clause Constructions – Alex K. Dzameshie (in Research Review (new series) 11, 1 & 2; Legon; 1995)

System of Education in the Gold Coast Colony – F. Wright (in Board of Education Special Report on Educational Subjects; London, England; 1905)

Systematic Client Consultation in Development: The Case of Food Policy Research in Ghana, India, Kenya and Mali – Suresh Chandra Babu, Lynn R. Brown and Bonnie McClafferty (pgs. 99-110 in World Development, 28, 1; January 2000)

 
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Dame-dame a board game; Adinkra symbol of intelligence and ingenuity.
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