Trampled no more : voices from Bulawayo's townships about families, life, survival, and social change in Zimbabwe
The stories of the Zimbabwean situation, particularly those of the urban townships of Bulawayo, are poignantly narrated through the voices of family members recounting their personal circumstances and what they perceive as the primary factors contributing to their repressed positions in the socio-economical hierarchy. Using an insider's perspective, Professor Moyo goes behind the scenes in order to dismantle the simplistic "blame game" which asserts that the deterioration of Zimbabwe was caused solely by the current ZANU-PF lead government.
University Press of America
Zimbabwe -- Social conditions, Zimbabwe -- Economic conditions, Social change -- Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe -- Politics and government
Inequality and Stratification | Place and Environment | Sociology
Moyo, Otrude N. Trampled No More: Voices from Bulawayo's Townships About Families, Life, Survival, and Social Change in Zimbabwe. University Press of America, 2007.