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Akama, J. S., C. L. Lant and W. G. Burnett.1995.Conflicting Attitudes Toward State Conservation Programmes in Kenya. Society and Natural Resources. 8: 133-144.

Akama, J. S. 1996. Wildlife Conservation in Kenya: A Political-Ecological Analysis of Nairobi and Tsavo Regions (A Monograph Report). Washington, D.C.: African Development Foundation. 

Akama, J. S. 1996.Western Environmental Values and Nature-Based Tourism in Kenya. Tourism Management 17(8): 567-574.

Akama, J. S., C. L.Lant and W. G. Burnett. 1996.A Political-Ecology to Wildlife Conservation in Kenya.Environmental Values. 5(4): 335-347.

Akama, J. S. 1997. Tourism Development in Kenya: Problems and Policy Alternatives. Progress in Tourism and Hospitality Research.3(2): 95-105.

Akama, J. S. 1998. The Evolution of Wildlife Conservation Policies in Kenya. Journal of Third World Studies. 15(3): 103-117.

Akama, J. S. 1999.The Evolution of Tourism in Kenya. Journal of Sustainable Tourism. 7(1): 6 - 25.

Akama, J. S. 1999. Marginalization of the Maasai. Annals of Tourism Research. 26(3): 716 -718.

Akama, J. S. 2000. The Efficacy of Tourism as a Tool for Economic Development in Kenya. Tourism and African Development: Trends and Critical Issues. Development Policy Management in Sub-Saharan Africa (United Nations Economic Commission for Africa) 7(1): 13-18.

Akama, J. S. and Inyega, K. O. 2001. Tourism Product Development and the Changing Consumer Demand: A Case Study of Kenya.Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research 6(1): 56 - 62.

Akama, J. S. 2002. The Role of Government in the Development of Tourism in Kenya. International Journal of Tourism Research. 4: 1 - 13.

Akama, J. S. and Inyega, K. O. 2002, Tourism Development in Kenya:Analysis of Problems and Challenges. Journal of Recreation and Leisure.

Akama, J. S. 2002. The Maasai Image and the Development of Tourism in Kenya.Cultural Tourism in Africa:Strategies for the New Millennium, edited by J. S. Akama and P. Sterry. Tilburg University: Association for Tourism and Leisure Education, pp 43-54.

Akama, J. S. 2002. The Development of Cultural Tourism in Kenya. A Case Study of Bomas Cultural Centre. In, Cultural Tourism in Africa: Strategies for the New Millennium, edited by J. S. Akama and P. Sterry. Tilburg University: Association for Tourism and Leisure Education, pp 137-154.

Akama, J. S. and Sterry, P. 2002 (Eds). Cultural Tourism in Africa: Strategies for the New Millennium, edited by J. S. Akama and P. Sterry. Tilburg University: Association for Tourism and Leisure Education.

Akama, J. S. and Kieti, D. M. 2003. Measuring Tourist Satisfaction with Kenya’s Wildlife Safari: A Case Study of Tsavo West National Park. Tourism Management. 24(1): 73 - 82.

Akama, J. S. 2003. Wildlife Conservation in Tsavo: An Analysis of Problems and Policy Alternatives.Journal of East Africa Natural Resource Management. 1: 1-15.

Akama, J. S. 2004. Neocolonialism, Dependency and External Control of Kenya’s Tourism Industry: A Case Study of Wildlife Safari Tourism in Kenya In, Tourism and Post-colonialism: Contested Discourses, Identities and Representations, edited by C. M. Hall and H. Tucker. London: Routledge.

Akama, J. S., Ipara, H. L., and Akonga, J. J. 2005. The Tenure Factor in Wildlife Conservation. International Journal of Environmental Studies. 62(6): 643-653.

Akama, J. S., Duim, V. R. and Peters, K. B. M.2006. Cultural Tourism in African Communities: A Comparison Between Cultural Manyattas in Kenya and the Cultural Tourism Project in Tanzania. In M. K. Smith and M. Robinson (Eds), Cultural Tourism in a Changing World: Politics, Participation and Representation. Clevedon:Channel View Publications

Akama, J. S. and Maxon, R., 2006. Ethnography of the Gusii of Western Kenya: A Vanishing Cultural Heritage. New York: Edwin Mellen Press.

 Akama, J. S., 2006.Historical Evolution of the Gusii in J. S. Akama and R. Maxon, Ethnography of the Gusii of Western Kenya: A Vanishing Cultural Heritage. New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pp 19-26.

Akama, J. S., 2006. Surviving Against All Odds:Gusii Movement into Their Current Homeland. In J. S. Akama and R. Maxon,Ethnography of the Gusii of Western Kenya: A Vanishing Cultural Heritage. New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pp 31-40.

Akama, J. S., 2006.Gusii Demographic Trends. In J. S. Akama and R. Maxon, Ethnography of the Gusii of Western Kenya:A Vanishing Cultural Heritage. New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pp 45-57.

Akama, J. S., 2006.Social Organization and Administration of Justice. In J. S. Akama and R. Maxon, Ethnography of the Gusii of Western Kenya: A Vanishing Cultural Heritage. New York:Edwin Mellen Press, pp 81-102.

Akama, J. S., 2006. The Indigenous Education System: The Making of a Gusii Man or Woman. In J. S. Akama and R. Maxon,Ethnography of the Gusii of Western Kenya: A Vanishing Cultural Heritage. New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pp 105-114.

Akama, J. S., and Monyenye, S. 2006. Circumcision Ceremony. In J. S. Akama and R. Maxon, Ethnography of the Gusii of Western Kenya: A Vanishing Cultural Heritage. New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pp 175-186.

 Akama, J. S., and Monyenye, S. 2006. The Initiates’ Seclusion Period. In J. S. Akama and R. Maxon, Ethnography of the Gusii of Western Kenya: A Vanishing Cultural Heritage. New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pp 191-202.

 Akama, J. S., 2006. Customary Marriage. In J. S. Akama and R. Maxon, Ethnography of the Gusii of Western Kenya: A Vanishing Cultural Heritage. New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pp 209-218.

Akama, J. S., and Mayaka, M. 2007. Systems Approach to Tourism Training and Education: The Kenyan Case Study. Tourism Management. 28: 298-306.

Akama, J. S., and Tucker, H. 2009.Tourism as Postcolonialism. Jamal, T. and Robinson M. (eds), Tourism Studies. London:Sage.

Akama, J. S., Maingi, S. and Camargo B. A. 2011. Wildlife Conservation, Safari Tourism and the Role of Tourism Certification in Kenya:A Postcolonial Critique. Tourism Recreation Research. 36(3): 281 – 291.

Akama, J. S. (2013). Tourism Development in Kenya: Critical issues, challenges and alternatives in the new millennium. Nairobi: East 

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