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Jul-2015Changing Forms of Political Communication and Voter Choices In Ghana’s Elections, 1992-2008Ninsin, K. A.; Boafo-Arthur, A.; Essuman-Johnson, A.; Asah-Asante, K.; University Of Ghana, College of Humanities, School of Social Sciences, Department of Political Science
Jul-2013A Comparative Study of Parliamentary Elections in Bongo and Bolgatanga Constitutencies, 2000-2008Essuman-Johnson, A.; Debrah, E.; Ayoo, M.B.G.
Jul-2015District Assemblies, NGOs and Local Development in Ghana: The Case of Agona West MunicipalityEssuman-Johnson, A.; Debrah, E.; Arthur, L.; University of Ghana,College of Humanities, School of Social Sciences, Department of Political Science
Jun-2012The Dynamics of Political Party Activism in Ghana: A Comparative Study of the Activists of the NDC and NPP in Wa Centraland Lawra-Nandom Constituencies, (1992-2008).Awedoba, K.A.; Essuman-Johnson, A.; Aidoo, K. O.; Bob-Milliar, G.M.; University of Ghana, College of Humanities, Institute of African Studies
Jul-2013Evaluation of the United Nations Assistance to the Ivorian Child Refugees in GhanaEssuman-Johnson, A.; Yorke, A.
Jul-2013Growing Global Threat of Cyber Crime: Implications for International RelationsEssuman-Johnson, A.; Duah, F.
Jun-2010Human Rights and Public Basic Education In Ghana; The Case of the Rural Child in Akuapem South MunicipalityEssuman-Johnson, A.; Frempong, A.K.D.; Jonah,K.; Charway, N.B.; University of Ghana, College of Humanities, School of Social Sciences, Department of Political Science
Jul-2012Institutions and Human Security in the Post-Conflict Development of Liberia, 2003-2011Boafo-Arthur, K.; Essuman-Johnson, A.; Ziblim, I.; Attuquayefio, P.K.
Jul-2016Local Participation and Sustainable Community Water Management in Peri-Urban Areas of the Greater Accra Region, GhanaOwusu, G.; Essuman-Johnson, A.; Aryeetey, E.B.; Kilasim, S.J.; University of Ghana, College of Humanities Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research