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Questioning the Kibera Discourse: Articulating Representations and Lived Experience in a Nairobi Slum
Unformatted Document Text:  KIBERA DISCOURSE 30 Makeni, J. (2009, May 2). Kibera’s rail as a protest tool. Daily Nation. Retrieved March 3, 2011, from http://www.nation.co.ke Marris, P. (1979). The meaning of slums and patterns and change. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 3(3), 419-441. Maynard, R. A. (1974). African on film: Myth and reality. Rochelle Park, NJ: Hayden Book Company. Mayne, A. (1993). The imagined slum: Newspaper representation in three cities 1870-1914. New York: Leicester University Press. Mudimbe, V. Y. (1988). The invention of Africa: Gnosis, philosophy and the order of knowledge. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. Muraya, P. W. K. (2006). Urban planning and small-scale enterprises in Nairobi, Kenya. Habitat International, 30, 127-143. National Council of Community-Based Organizations. (n.d.). Retrieved March 3, 2011, from http://www.ncbo-council.org/ Neuwirth, R. (2006). Shadow cities: A billion squatters, a new urban world. New York: Routledge. Ngari, G. N. (2009). Slum: The people of Kibera. (G. Lanier, Ed.). self published. Ogechi, N. O. (2005). On lexicalization in Sheng. Journal Of African Studies, 14(3), 334-355. Parsons, A. W. (2010). Megaslumming: A journey through sub-Saharan Africa s largest ʼ shantytown. London: Share the World s Resources. ʼ Parsons, T. (1997). “Kibra is our blood”: The Sudanese military legacy in Nairobi’s Kibera location, 1902-1968. The International Journal of African Historical Studies, 30(1), 87-122. Said, E. (1978). Orientalism. New York: Pantheon. Shahonya, N. (2011, February 20). The ticking time-bomb of jobless youth. Daily Nation. Retrieved March 3, 2011, from http://www.nation.co.ke Shohat, E., & Stam, R. (1994). Unthinking Eurocentrism: Multiculturalism and the media. London: Routledge. Spitulnik, D. (1996). The social circulation of media discourse and the mediation of communities. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology, 6(2), 161-187.

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KIBERA DISCOURSE
 30 
Makeni, J. (2009, May 2). Kibera’s rail as a protest tool. Daily Nation. Retrieved March 3, 2011, 
from http://www.nation.co.ke
Marris, P. (1979). The meaning of slums and patterns and change. International Journal of 
Urban and Regional Research3(3), 419-441.
Maynard, R. A. (1974). African on film: Myth and reality. Rochelle Park, NJ: Hayden Book 
Company.
Mayne, A. (1993). The imagined slum: Newspaper representation in three cities 1870-1914
New York: Leicester University Press.
Mudimbe, V. Y. (1988). The invention of Africa: Gnosis, philosophy and the order of knowledge
Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. 
Muraya, P. W. K. (2006). Urban planning and small-scale enterprises in Nairobi, Kenya. Habitat 
International30, 127-143.
National Council of Community-Based Organizations. (n.d.). Retrieved March 3, 2011, from 
http://www.ncbo-council.org/
Neuwirth, R. (2006). Shadow cities: A billion squatters, a new urban world. New York: 
Routledge.
Ngari, G. N. (2009). Slum: The people of Kibera. (G. Lanier, Ed.). self published.
Ogechi, N. O. (2005). On lexicalization in Sheng. Journal Of African Studies14(3), 334-355.
Parsons, A. W. (2010). Megaslumming: A journey through sub-Saharan Africa s largest
ʼ
 
shantytown. London: Share the World s Resources.
ʼ
Parsons, T. (1997). “Kibra is our blood”: The Sudanese military legacy in Nairobi’s Kibera 
location, 1902-1968. The International Journal of African Historical Studies, 30(1), 87-
122.
Said, E. (1978). Orientalism. New York: Pantheon.
Shahonya, N. (2011, February 20). The ticking time-bomb of jobless youth. Daily Nation
Retrieved March 3, 2011, from http://www.nation.co.ke
Shohat, E., & Stam, R. (1994). Unthinking Eurocentrism: Multiculturalism and the media
London: Routledge.
Spitulnik, D. (1996). The social circulation of media discourse and the mediation of 
communities. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology6(2), 161-187. 


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