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eBook Tradition and Politics: Indigenous Political Structures in Africa ePub

by Olufemi Vaughan

  • ISBN: 1592212174
  • Category: Africa
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Olufemi Vaughan
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Africa World Pr (April 4, 2005)
  • Pages: 330
  • ePub book: 1209 kb
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He is currently the Alfred Sargent Lee '41 and Mary Ames Lee Professor of African Studies at Amherst College, Amhest, Massachusetts.

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Olufemi Vaughan, ed. Tradition and Politics: Indigenous Political Structures in Africa. Africa World Press, 2005.

Africa World Press, 2005 - 395 sivua. The Premise of Mixed Government in African Political Sudies. 13. Back to the Future? Resurgent Indigenous Structures and. Mitä ihmiset sanovat - Kirjoita arvostelu. Yhtään arvostelua ei löytynyt. Acknowledgments ix. 1. 33. Tekijänoikeudet. 16 muita osia ei näytetty. Yleiset termit ja lausekkeet.

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Tradition and Politics: Indigenous Political Structures in Africa is a collection of papers from an international conference on indigenous political structures and governance in Africa held in Ibadan, Nigeria, in 2001

Tradition and Politics: Indigenous Political Structures in Africa is a collection of papers from an international conference on indigenous political structures and governance in Africa held in Ibadan, Nigeria, in 2001. The premise is that the role of indigenous political structures in the governance and politics of the postcolonial African state has been neglected by scholars since African. However, the resilience of these structures makes it necessary for scholars to conduct critical interdisciplinary inquiry into the significance of these institutions.

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Tradition and Politics in Africa: Indigenous Political Structures in Africa is based on selected original papers presented at the International conference on Indigenous Political Structures and Governance in Africa, held at the University Of Ibadan, Nigeria, in 2001 under the auspices of the Ford Foundation. Drawing on the works of leading scholars, this volume explores the interaction between indigenous political structures and modern African states. The book focus on the response of indigenous political structures to Africa's rapid social transformation in the twentieth century. Analyzed in the context of colonialism, decolonization, modernity, and postcolonial state formation, these essays examine the implications of rapidly changing indigenous political strutures for governance and politics in modern Africa. The chapters explore how indigenous politcal structures foster or hamper local initiatives in governance, and examines their critical role in the dynamic interplay between African states and societies.