See also: 3399
3371 Geschiere, P.,The Perils of belonging:
autochthony, citizenship and exclusion in Africa and Europe.
Chicago University of Chicago Press 2009 283 pp.
3372 Matsuura, N., Visiting patterns of two
sedentarized Central African hunter-gatherers: comparison of the
Babongo in Gabon and the Baka in Cameroon. African study
monographs 2009 30 3 137-59
3373 Mbah, E.M., Popular culture and the
resolution of boundary disputes in the Bamenda grasslands of
Cameroon, in Falola, T. and Agwuele, A. (eds), Africans and
the politics of popular culture, pp. 84-103. (Item No.
3374 Pelican, M., Customary, state and human
rights approaches to containing witchcraft in Cameroon, in Kirsch,
T. and Turner, B. (eds), Permutations of order, pp.
149-64. (Item No. 1030)
3375 van Beek, W., The Healer and his phone:
medicinal dynamics among the Kapsiki/Higi of North Cameroon, in de
Bruijn, M., Nyamnjoh, F. and Brinkman, I. (eds), Mobile
phones, pp. 110-33. (Item No. 26)