The Geography of Modernization in Kenya
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Geography, Africa, Kenya, political formation
This study is a geographical analysis of modernization in Kenya, an attempt to provide a detailed description of areal variations in the extent of transition from traditional to more modern forms of social, economic, and political organization and behavior. In a broader context, it is also an examination of the growth of an African nation as a spatial phenomena. It seeks to understand and interpret the complex interplay of forces which has shaped the human geography of a portion of east Africa and led to the emergence of a distinct entity called Kenya.
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Soja, Edward William, "The Geography of Modernization in Kenya" (1967). Geography and the Environment - Dissertations. 65.