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Dr. Ivo Ngade
Dr. Ivo Ngade
Department of Languages and Cultures
CARAM - Centre for Anthropological Research on Affect and Materiality
Projects as PhD researcher
Social connectivity and HIV risk behavior. Mobile phones and sexuality in Yaoundé youth culture
Most recent publications
Ngade, Ivo Ntiege Mesumbe, et al. “Implications of Changing Attitudes towards Game Meat Consumption at the Time of Ebola in Limbe, Cameroon.”
, vol. 76, no. 1, Society for Applied Anthropology, 2017, pp. 48–58.
Singer, Merrill, and Ivo Ntiege Mesumbe Ngade. “Ebola Prevention Caught in the Bushmeat Trap.”
SAPIENS : ANTHROPOLOGY/EVERYTHING HUMAN
(2017): n. pag. Print.
Ngade, Ivo Ntiege Mesumbe, et al. “Washing Away Ebola : Environmental Stress, Rumor, and Ethnomedical Response in a Deadly Epidemic.”
A Companion to the Anthropology of Environmental Health
, edited by Merrill Singer, John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 2016, pp. 157–75.
Ngade, Ivo Ntiege Mesumbe, and Enongene Sone. “Moralising Female Identity in Cameroon in 1990’s: Female Prostitution and the Song ‘You Gu Cry’.”
JOURNAL OF NEW MUSIC RESEARCH
11.2 (2014): 103–115. Print.
Ngade, Ivo Ntiege Mesumbe. “Social Connectivity and HIV Risk Behavior: Mobile Phones and Sexuality in Yaoundé Youth Culture.” 2014 : n. pag. Print.
Anthropology and Ethnography in Africa