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Author Fossungu, Peter Ateh-Afac.

Title Africans in Canada [electronic resource] : Blending Canadian and African Lifestyles?.

Imprint Oxford : Langaa RPCIG, 2013.

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Description 1 online resource (188 pages)
Contents Cover; Title page; Copyright page; Contents; Introduction; Book's Driving Forces; Background and Importance of Story and Its Lessons; Chapter 1 -- Progressing Within African Family Intricacies: Confronting the Truth about Yourself andUnderstanding the Problem Confronting You; Two Sets of Parents; The De Facto Family; Thecla Anangafac Fosungu (Née Njumo); Emmanuel Nguajong Fosungu (Chief Forbehndia); The Biological Connexion; Surviving With Papa's Religion Across Continents: BackingAcademics With Farming; The Job Transfers and Farming/Forest Experience; The Driver.
The Market Day Revolution and Children's Learning CapacityA Bully's Transformation and the Pepper Incident; Missed Learning Opportunities; Chapter 2 -- University Education, With Or Without Money: The Fight For And In Cameroon College Of Arts AndSciences (CCAS) Kumba; The Challenges of CCAS; The CCAS Admission; The Other Earlier Educational Admissions; From Sciences to Arts: The Great Leap to UniversityEducation?; Not Agreeing Just to Avoid Disagreement; The Drama in the Inquisition in Arts; Figaro Cinq, 'Read this Classic Paper' and the Blessing of theFootball Field Mishap.
Chapter 3 -- The Politics of African Family Hitches ElongatingShort-Cut: The Bombshell and the Roaming DaysDouala, Garoua, Ngaoundéré, and Yaoundé; God Proposes But Man Disposes: The Garoua Guinness Job; Yaoundé for the First Time: A Nasty Coincidence Couplingwith the Train and Bus Tickets from God; Nigeria via Bamenda and Back to Yoke; Money Is Not All There Is to Success: The Interviews and theBIROCOL (and Other) Money Affairs; The Philosophy of Gifts: Defying African and CanadianDefinitions of Family.
Chapter 4 -- Idealizing Marriage and Family: The Manjo Year, Yaoundé-Montreal effects, and AgePolitics in University Education in CameroonThe Manjo Duel and the Information from God; Mr. Bangwa-man and Other Backstabbers; Positive Out of Negative: Cameroon Goodwill Association ofMontreal (CGAM); The Unexpected Dividends of Teaching Excellence: DivineIntervention?; Knowing and Mastering the Problem; Some Methods Employed for Diagnosis: Teaching English inEnglish; Chapter 5 -- Boldness, Truthfulness, and the Marriage Decision In Africa: Intriguing Responses From A Bangwa RoyalFamily.
Boldness, Truthfulness, and 'Ground-Breaking Unions'Marrying in America; First Tradition-Breaker and Success from Tragedy; The Peter-Scholastica Marriage Decision; The Declaration at Previous Spouse Quest; Marriage Style and Close-Knit Relations; 'Marrying Within the House' and 'Ground-Breaking Marriage'; The Paradoxes of 'A Whiteman Marriage'; Conclusion; References; Back cover.
Summary This book aims at educating parents generally but divorcing or divorced ones specifically. The instruction is that the future and interest of the children, whatever the cause of their separation (or calculations for the non-divorcing others), should always be the prime mover for whatever arrangement (or decision) they make. That the world would be a better place if people generally look at the larger picture of things; larger picture people usually being better suited to give children, without definitional distinctions/exclusions, a better future than what they themselves have, irrespective of.
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Subject Divorce.
Marriage.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Other Form: Print version: Fossungu, Peter Ateh-Afac. Africans in Canada : Blending Canadian and African Lifestyles? Oxford : Langaa RPCIG, ©2013 9789956790449
ISBN 9789956790357 (electronic bk.)
9956790354 (electronic bk.)