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Questioning the Kibera Discourse: Articulating Representations and Lived Experience in a Nairobi Slum
Unformatted Document Text:  KIBERA DISCOURSE 28 References Akatch, S. O., & Kasuku, S. O. (2002). Informal settlements and the role of infrastructure: The case of Kibera, Kenya. Discovery and Innovation, 14(1), 32-37. Amis, P. (1984). Squatters or tenants: the commercialization of unauthorized housing in Nairobi. World Development, 12(1), 87-96. Amis, P. (1988). Commercialized rental housing in Nairobi, Kenya. In C. V. Patton (Ed.), Spontaneous shelter: international perspectives and prospects (pp. 235-357). Philadelphia: Temple University Press. Bodewes, C. (2005). Parish transformation in urban slums: Voices of Kibera, Kenya. Nairobi, Kenya: Pauline Publications Africa. Bodewes, C. (2010). Chang aa drinking in Kibera slum: The harmful effects of contemporary ʼ changes in the production and consumption of traditional spirits. African Journal of Drug & Alcohol Studies, 9(1), 49-55. The challenge of global slums: global report on human settlements. (2003). UN Habitat. Sterling, VA: Earthscan. The commission of inquiry into the post elections violence report (Waki report). (2008). Commission of Inquiry into the Post Elections Violence. Retrieved December 13, 2008 from Davis, M. (2006). Planet of slums. New York: Verso. de Smedt, J. (2009). “No Raila, No Peace!” Big man politics and election violence at the Kibera grassroots. African Affairs, 108(433), 581-598. Fair, J. E. (1993). War, famine, and poverty: Race in the construction of Africa’s media image. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 17, 5-22. Fanon, F. (1967). Black skins, white masks. C. L. Markmann (Trans.). New York: Grove Weidenfeld. Fiske, J. (1987). Television culture. New York: Methuen & Co. Ltd. Fogarty, T. G. (2009). Searching for solidarity in Nicaragua: Faith-based NGOs as agents of transcultural voluntourism. In T. Hefferan, J. Adkins, & L. A. Occhipinti (Eds.), Bridging the gaps: Faith-based organizations, neoliberalism, and development in Latin America and the Caribbean (pp. 83-102). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. Friends of Kibera. (n.d.). Retrieved March 3, 2011, from

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Akatch, S. O., & Kasuku, S. O. (2002). Informal settlements and the role of infrastructure: The 
case of Kibera, Kenya. Discovery and Innovation14(1), 32-37.
Amis, P. (1984). Squatters or tenants: the commercialization of unauthorized housing in Nairobi. 
World Development12(1), 87-96. 
Amis, P. (1988). Commercialized rental housing in Nairobi, Kenya. In C. V. Patton (Ed.), 
Spontaneous shelter: international perspectives and prospects (pp. 235-357). 
Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
Bodewes, C. (2005). Parish transformation in urban slums: Voices of Kibera, Kenya. Nairobi, 
Kenya: Pauline Publications Africa.
Bodewes, C. (2010). Chang aa drinking in Kibera slum: The harmful effects of contemporary
changes in the production and consumption of traditional spirits. African Journal of Drug 
& Alcohol Studies
9(1), 49-55.
The challenge of global slums: global report on human settlements. (2003). UN Habitat. 
Sterling, VA: Earthscan.
The commission of inquiry into the post elections violence report (Waki report). (2008). 
Commission of Inquiry into the Post Elections Violence. Retrieved December 13, 2008 
Davis, M. (2006). Planet of slums. New York: Verso.
de Smedt, J. (2009). “No Raila, No Peace!” Big man politics and election violence at the Kibera 
grassroots. African Affairs108(433), 581-598. 
Fair, J. E. (1993). War, famine, and poverty: Race in the construction of Africa’s media image. 
Journal of Communication Inquiry, 17, 5-22.
Fanon, F. (1967). Black skins, white masks. C. L. Markmann (Trans.). New York: Grove 
Fiske, J. (1987). Television culture. New York: Methuen & Co. Ltd.
Fogarty, T. G. (2009). Searching for solidarity in Nicaragua: Faith-based NGOs as agents of 
transcultural voluntourism. In T. Hefferan, J. Adkins, & L. A. Occhipinti (Eds.), 
Bridging the gaps: Faith-based organizations, neoliberalism, and development in Latin  
America and the Caribbean
 (pp. 83-102). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Friends of Kibera. (n.d.). Retrieved March 3, 2011, from

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