Chapter 1 Introduction Part 2 Social Issues as Reflected in Politics, Economics, and the Environment Chapter 3 Political Developments During the 1990s Chapter 4 Kenyan Justice and Due Process Chapter 5 A Woman's Place is in the House-The House of Parliament: The Political and Economic Empowerment of Women in Kenya Chapter 6 The Environment: What is Kenya Doing? Chapter 7 Wildlife Conservation in Kenya Part 8 Social Issues as Reflected in Drama, Art, and Literature Chapter 9 The Body Beautiful: Personal Adornment, Piercing, and Beautification Scarring Chapter 10 Cultural Renaissance through the Performing Arts in Kenya Chapter 11 Literary Nationalism and its Intersections with Gender, Class, and Ethnicity Chapter 12 Poppa, I Don't Want to Get Married; I Want to Go to School! Part 13 Social Issues as Reflected in Daily Living Chapter 14 Challenges of Education: Looking Toward the Future Chapter 15 Emulating the West? Assimilating Western Popular Culture Chapter 16 Rites of Passage: Birthing, Naming, Coming of Age, Marriage, Elderhood, Widowhood, Death Chapter 17 Racial and Ethnic Antagonism in Kenya Chapter 18 The Desperate Life of Kenya's Street Children Chapter 19 How Much is That? Haggling in the Kenyan Marketplace Chapter 20 Final Group Journal Entry Chapter 21 Maps 1-6 Chapter 22 Glossary of Terms Chapter 23 Resource Bibliography Chapter 24 Index
Mary Ann Watson is Professor of Psychology at Metropolitan State College of Denver.