Discuss Sade’s gradual growth in Beverly Naidoo’s The Other Side of Truth.
ocus on the protagonist’s moral growth. You need to show how Sade was forced to grow up rapidly as she had to fend for herself, for her brother, and for her father.
From the murder of her mother, to the detension of her father and beyond. The intense and depressing happenings show how the challenges, hardships, death, trauma and scary experiences Sade faces mould her character. How does she manage to adjust and to deal with peer pressure? How does Sade’s dealing with adults in the novel affect her growing up?
You may want to compare Sade’s earlier attitude towards the bullies to her later bravery in airing her father’s story.
those measures that involve setting the rules for the exercise of power and settling conflicts over such rules. Within comparative politics, governance focuses on state-society interactions, and deals particularly with the role of the state in economic development – how to incorporate societal actors in order to gain the capacity to formulate and implement efficient economic policies; as well as with the theories of democratization. Governance is not equal to democracy – democracy is one institutional setup that may or may not be the outcome of processes of governance. Additionally, as some democratic societies are not very efficient, particularly in post-conflict periods, and an important dimension of governance is to provide goods demanded by the country’s citizens or their representatives in cost-effective manner, for the Western/liberal actors it is necessary to underline both democratic and effective governance as the desired end state. As it is demonstrated above, governance is a very complex and multilayered term; nevertheless, the approach toward governance applied in the US practitioners’ guidebooks related to the external support and intervention is quite straightforward. Recent The Beginner’s Guide to Nation-Building by prominent RAND Corporation, for example, threats governance separately from rule of law, democratization, development, economic stabilization, and practically equates government and basic service provision with the governance. The opening under heading Governance is as follows: Societies emerging from the conflict may be able to wait for democracy, but they need a government immediately to provide law enforcement, education, and public health care. Electricity, telecommunications, water, and other utilities also require a government to regulate them, and, in some instances, to provide the service. Sometimes the intervening authorities initially serve as the government – The intervening authorities need to choose partners carefully with a view to creating a government and distribution of power that will survive their departure.>GET ANSWER