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International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology
Historians and sociologists have consistently demonstrated a concern about the nature and dynamics of social change in society. However, despite their shared interest in documenting and elucidating the dynamics of change, disciplinary compartmentalization (especially in African academic institutions) has stifled the development of interdisciplinary research and theoretical debates in sociology and history. This paper examines a number of methodological and theoretical issues that highlight thedoi:10.5897/ijsa11.038 fatcat:vbgs6hqi4rdltm76kswfumwlbi