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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 http://www.eastandard.net/downloads/Waki_Report.pdf 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 http://www.friendsofkibera.org/p/kibera/

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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 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
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 http://www.eastandard.net/downloads/Waki_Report.pdf 
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 
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 
http://www.friendsofkibera.org/p/kibera/


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