Mr. Abass Mohammed


Dept: History and Political Studies
PMB, Faculty of Social Science
office- FF 13B, First Floor, New Social Science Block


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Research Areas/Interests

Politics and Devlopment, Comparative Politics, Political Philosophy and Psychology...~more

My full CV


    1.       Cultural theory elaborations without predictive utility

    RA Baah, D Aminu, M Abass (2015)

    African Journal of Political Science and International Relations 9 (2), 42-48

    2.       The Munificent Approach in Social Science

                       Richard Amoako, Kofi Osei AKUOKO, M Abass (2014),

     Journal of Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 4, No 17

    3.       Urban sprawl and green space depletion: Implications for flood incidence in Kumasi, Ghana. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction.

    Abass, Kabila & Buor, Daniel & Kwadwo, Afriyie & Dumedah, Gift & Segbefia,        Alexander & Guodaar, Lawrence & Garsonu, Emmanuel & Adu-Gyamfi, Samuel &      Forkuor, David & Ofosu, Andrews & Mohammed, Abass & Gyasi, Razak. (2020).


    4.       Free Senior High School (SHS) and Quality University Education in Ghana: The Role of the University Teacher

    Samuel Adu-Gyamfi, Charles Ofosu Marfo, Ali Yakubu Nyaaba, Kwasi Amakye-Boateng, Mohammed Abass, Henry Tettey Yartey

    Journal of Educational and Social Research, vol 10, issue 5, 225


    5.       Review of Twenty (20) years of implementation of Decentralization in Ghana: The way forward. (A Position Paper on Acceleration of Decentralization in Ghana at Regional Consultative Forun, Sunyani, November, 2009)

    6.       Muslims and Party Politics in Ghana,

    Seebaway and Mohammed (2014)

    Conference paper, Religious Department KNUST


    1. Traditional Political System and Modern Ghana, Lecture Delivered at KNUST, Kumasi, to Visiting American Fulbright Scholars 15/07/2009
    2. 20 years of Decentralization, Local Governance and the Assembly System in Ghana,

    Lecture delivered at consultation forum for the acceleration of decentralisation in Ghana, November 10, 2009.

    1. Visiting Scholar, Tigarete University, Istanbul, Turkey

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