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4-Mar-2016Theatre for Development; A Methodology for Community Work.Asiama, l. K.
2015Semiotics of Costume in Baamaaya Dance Suite of the DagbambaKuwor, S. K.; Djisenu, J. K.; Amuah, J.; Asiama, E. K.; Dorgbadzi, S.; Kwakye-Opong, R.; School of Performing Arts, University of Ghana
2015Dance Performance, an Endorsement for Advertised Products on Television in GhanaKuwor, S. K.; Djisenu, J. K.; Amuah, J.; Asiama, E. K.; Dorgbadzi, S.; Darko, J. D.; School of Performing Arts, University of Ghana
2015The Choreographic Experience of African Moonlight Games in Performance Context.Kuwor, S. K.; Amuah, J.; Asiama, E. K.; Dorgbadzi, S.; Abbe, J. E.
2015Enhancing Keyboard skills Instruction in the Music Education Department of the University of Education, Winneba, through the Tenets of Constructivist TheoryKuwor, S. K.; Amuah, J.; Asiama, E. K.; Dorgbadzi, S.; Dzansi-McPalm, M. P.; Obed Acquah, E.; Francis Annan, J.; School of Performing Arts, University of Ghana.
2015Dance as a Vital Part of Anlo-Ewe Traditional MediaKuwor, S. K.; Amuah, J.; Asiama, E. K.; Dorgbadzi, S.; Kuwor, S. K.; School of Performing Arts, University of Ghana
2015Towards a More Inclusive Dance Education: A Multicultural Approach to Teaching Dance at York University, CanadaKuwor, S. K.; Djisenu, J. K.; Amuah, J.; Asiama, E. K.; Dorgbadzi, S.; Amegago, M.; Journal of Performing Arts, University of Ghana.
2015Managing Indigenous Knowledge among Traditional Historians of Dagbon: The Role of Academic Libraries in GhanaKuwor, S. K.; Djisenu, J. K.; Amuah, J.; Asiama, E. K.; Dorgbadzi, S.; Zablong, Z. A.; Plockey, F. D.; School of Performing Arts, University of Ghana.
2015Treasure on the Shelves and the Stage Longs for New Plays and PlaywrightsKuwor, S. K.; Djisenu, J. K.; Amuah, J.; Asiama, E. K.; Dorgbadzi, S.; Appiah-Adjei, D.; Journal of Performing Arts
2015On the Assessment of Musical Behaviors in Ghanaian Public Universities: A Critical ReflectionOtchere, E. D.
2015Ghanaian Basic School Head Teachers’ Perceptions on the Role of Music and School BandsDordzro, J.D.
2015Assessing the Image of Female Gender as Characters in Nollywood Video FilmsNwabuzor, M. N.
2015Semiotics of Costume in Baamaaya Dance Suite of the DagbambaKwakye-Opong, R.; Salifu, J. T.
2015Dance Performance, an Endorsement for Advertised Products on Television in GhanaDarko, J. D.
2015The Choreographic Experience of African Moonlight Games in Performance ContextAbbe, J. E.
2015Enhancing Keyboard Skills Instruction in the Music Education Department of the University of Education, Winneba, through the Tenets of Constructivist TheoryDzansi-McPalm, M. P.; Acquah, E. O.; Annan, J. F.
2015Dance as a Vital Part of Anlo-Ewe Traditional MediaKuwor, S. K.
2015Towards a More Inclusive Dance Education: A Multicultural Approach to Teaching Dance at York University, CanadaAmegago, M.M.
2015Managing Indigenous Knowledge among Traditional Historians of Dagbon: The Role of Academic Libraries in GhanaZablong, Z. A.; Plockey, F. D. D.
2015Treasure on the Shelves and the Stage Longs for New Plays and PlaywrightsAppiah-Adjei, D.
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