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Prof C.G Mararike

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Prof C.G Mararike 
Key Research area: Rural Development, Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Organizational Studies, Human Factor Studies

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Publications

Books
1. Mararike, C. G. 1995. Grassroots Leadership. Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications.
2. Mararike, C. G. 1999. Grassroots Leadership 2nd edition, Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications.
3. Mararike, C. G. 1999. Survival Strategies in Rural Zimbabwe, Harare: Mond Books (Juta, Zimbabwe).
4. Mararike, C. G. 2011. Survival Strategies, 2nd edition, Harare: Best Practices Book.
5. Mararike, C. G. & Chivaura, V. G. (eds) The Human Factor Approach to Development in Africa, Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications.
6. Mararike, C. G. (2001). Africa’s Heritage: Our rallying Point: The Case of Zimbabwe’s Land Issue. Harare: Best Practices Books.
7. Mararike, C. G. (2003) The role of Madzishe in Nation Building, Harare:
8. Mararike, C. G. (ed) (2006) Sports, Juju and Human Factor Development Harare: Best Practices Books.
9. Mararike, C.G. and Vengeyi O. (ed) (2016). Knowledge Production and African Universities. A Struggle against Social Death. Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications.
10. Mararike, C.G. and Vengeyi O (2016). “A Struggle against Social Death” In Mararike, C.G. and Vengeyi O. (ed) Knowledge and African Universities: A Struggle Against Social Death, Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications.
11. Mararike, C.G. and Vengeyi O (2016). Knowledge Production and African Universities: The Human Factor Approach in Mararike, C.G. And Vengeyi O. (ed) Knowledge and African Universities: A Struggle Against Social Death, Harare : University of Zimbabwe Publications.
12. Mararike, C.G. (2016). Intangible Assets as Survival Strategies: A Case of Kurova Guva. In Mararike, C.G. and Vengeyi O. (ed) Knowledge Production and African Universities: A Struggle Against Social Death, Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications.
13. Mararike, C.G. (2016).Way Forward: Agenda 2063. In Mararike, C.G. and Vengeyi O. (ed) Knowledge and African Universities: A Struggle Against Social Death, Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications.

Chapters in Published Books
1. Mararike, C. G. (1992) “Script Writing, Presentation and Radio Formats” In: the Editor’s Manual. Gweru: Mambo Press.
2. Mararike, C. G. (1993) “A Historical Overview of Media and Political Change in Rhodesia” In Zhuwara et al (eds) Media and Democratization and Identity, Harare: UZ English Department.
3. Mararike, C. G. (1995) Indegenous Leadership Styles: Can Grapes be Picked from an Orange Tree?” In S. Adjibolosoo (ed). The Significance of the Human Factor in African Economic Dev. Westport, C.T.: Praeger
4. Mararike, C. G. (1995) “Proceedings of AFU/PRA Workshop in Buhera District.” In: Pottier, J. (ed) African Food Systems Under Stress, Brighton: Desktop Display.
5. Mararike, C. G. (1996): “The use of Trees, Birds and Animal Behaviour as Measures of Environmental Change by Shona People of Zimbabwe.” In H. Humbly and T. Angura (eds) Grassroots Indicators for Desertification, Ottawa: IDRC.
6. Mararike, C. G. (1998) “Zimbabwe’s Human Factor Balance Sheet: An Analysis of the Causes of Corruption” In: S. Adjibolosoo (ed) International Perspective on the Human Factor in Economic Development, Westport: G. T. Praeger.
7. Mararike, C. G. (1998) “The Human Factor, Media and Politics in Southern Rhodesia” In V. G. Chivaura
8. Mararike, C. G. (eds) The Human Factor Approach to Development in Africa, Harare: UZP.
9. Mararike, C. G. (1998) “Southern Migration in Far North: Zimbabwe Farm workers in Northern Province” In M. Crush (ed) Borderline Farming: Foreign Migrants in South African Commercial Agriculture: Cape Town, Idasa.
10. Mararike, C. G. (2006) “The Human Factor Ethics and Culture” Implications to Business in Africa in Muzvidziwa et al (eds) the Human Factor Business: Lesson for Africa. Harare: UZP
11. Mararike, C. G. (2011) “Indigenous Leaders and Control of HIV and AIDS” In Wangulu, E. F. (ed) Pretoria: SAFAIDS.
12. Mararike, C. G. (2006) 2006 “Introduction” in C. G. Mararike, (ed) Sports, Juju and Human Factor Development, Harare: Best Practices Books.
13. Mararike, C. G. (2006) “Role of Sports in Human Factors Development. Harare: Best Practices Books.
14. Mararike, C. G. (2012) “Developing a whole Person: Education Based on concepts drawn from Culture” In: Gambahaya, Z. & Muhwati, I. (eds) Rediscoursing African womanhood. Harare: College Press.

Journal Articles
1. Mararike, C. G. (1995) “The Role of Information in the Development of the Human Factor.” In Review of Human Factor Studies, Vol. 1 No 2, pp98-109.
2. Mararike, C. G. (1997). “Indigenous Knowledge and Human Factor Development”. In Review of Human Factor Studies, Vol. 3 No 2 pp 49-65.
3. Mararike, C. G. (1998) “The Role of Culture in Human Development: A Comparative Analysis”. In the Review of Human Factor Studies, Vol. 6 No. 1, pp 55-66.
4. Mararike, C. G. (2000) The Human Factor and the Control of HIV/AIDS. In Review of Human Factor Studies, Vol. 6 No. 1, pp 55-66.
5. Mararike, C. G. (2001) “Revival of Indigenous Food Security Strategies at the Village Level. In Review of Human Factor Studies Vol. 8, No. pp 53-66.
6. Mararike, C. G. (2012) “Attachment Theory and Kurova Guva.” Zambezia, Vol 36

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