Social Support, Health Literacy and Health Among Young and Older Adults in Ghana

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2018
Event61st annual meeting of the African Studies Association: Energies : power , creativity and afro-futures - Thrive, Atlanta, United States
Duration: 29 Nov 20181 Dec 2018
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Conference

Conference61st annual meeting of the African Studies Association
CountryUnited States
CityAtlanta
Period29/11/181/12/18
OtherThe theme of this year’s Annual Meeting is “Energies: Power, Creativity and Afro-Futures.” The theme statement reads as follows: For the annual meeting of the ASA in Atlanta (2018), we reflect on ‘energy’—its production, extraction, distribution and exchange—as a heuristic to understand Africa’s past and to imagine its futures. Energy has rich literal and metaphorical resonances in reference to extractive and entrepreneurial economic activities; the production of knowledge; human mobility and labor; performance, ritual and spirituality; and crime and social unrest. We call on scholars to explore the theme of energy, in both material and symbolic terms, and to reconceptualize dynamic fields of action in the economy, politics, culture, arts, and environment—across time and space, within the African continent and across its diasporas.
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AMOAH, P. A. (2018). Social Support, Health Literacy and Health Among Young and Older Adults in Ghana. Paper presented at 61st annual meeting of the African Studies Association, Atlanta, United States.