Browsing Faculty of Humanities by Author "Mnjama, N."

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  • Mnjama, N. (Library Management; Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.; www.emeraldinsight.com/researchregister; www.emeraldinsight.com/0143-5124.htm, 2005)
    This article seeks to answer one basic question: “Are archival institutions in the Eastern and Southern African region developing, stagnating or receding backwards?” Design/methodology/approach – This article reviews the ...
  • Mnjama, N. (Emerald Group Publishing Limited; www.emeraldinsight.com/0956-5698.htm, 2003)
    The Kenya National Archives and Documentation Services is seen as a success story by many other African archival institutions. The Department has made major strides in developing records services, opening five regional ...
  • Mnjama, N. (August 9, 2013)
    This paper outlines some of the challenges facing the management of court records in Kenya. It argues that frequent cases of lost or misplaced case files in the Kenyan courts systems impacts negatively on the administration ...
  • Mnjama, N. (SAGE Publications, http://idv.sagepub.com/, 2006)
    Discusses the problems associated with managing semi-current and non-current in many archival institutions in eastern and southern Africa. The article seeks to answer some basic questions such as: Why do archival institutions ...
  • Mnjama, N. (SAGE Publications, http://idv.sagepub.com, June, 2000)
    More and more companies in the developing world are desiring to export their products to the western world. How ever, in as much as the western world would wish to trade with developing countries, they need some assurance ...
  • Mnjama, N. (Archlib and Information Services, http:www.hwwilson.com/journals; http://www.ajol.info, 2010)
    This paper reviews the state of the audio-visual collections held by different government institutions in Botswana. The rationale of such review rests on the observation that although audiovisual materials constitute a ...
  • Mnjama, N. (Sage Publications http://idv.sagepub.com, 2003)
    Seeks to demonstrate that successful implementation of Freedom of Information (FOI) legislation is directly linked to effective and efficient records keeping regimes. Where records keeping systems are poor or ineffective, ...

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