Readings in African politics

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Readings in African politics

edited by Tom Young

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International African Institute , In association with Indiana University Press , In association with J. Currey, 2003

  • : J. Currey paper
  • : Indiana paper
  • : Indiana casebound

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African politics

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Includes bibliographical references and index

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: Indiana paper ISBN 9780253216465

内容説明

Readings in African Politics provides an overview of key topics and themes that collectively contribute to an understanding of politics in Africa. The selections included here come from a wide range of Western and non-Western sources and together represent core knowledge in the field of African politics. Topic areas covered are methods for appraising the modern African state, approaches to understanding African states and their politics, dimensions of regional conflict, conflict between traditional and modern values, the politics of new social forces, and the meaning of contemporary trends. An introductory essay by Tom Young sketches the terrain of politics in Africa from national and international efforts toward development to local problems such as corruption and ethnic conflict. Readers at all levels will find even-handed coverage of politics in sub-Saharan Africa's more than 30 states from the early years of independence to today.

目次

Preliminary Table of Contents: Preface Notes on Contributors Introduction Tom Young Part 1. Appraising the Modern State 1. A. Zolberg, The Party-State in Perspective from Creating Political Order: The Party States of West Africa 2. Robert H. Bates, Rental Havens and Protective Shelters and The Origins of Political Marginalism from Markets and States in Tropical Africa 3. Goran Hyden, Conditions of Governance, from No Shortcuts to Progress: African Development Management in Perspective 4. Robert H. Jackson and C. G. Rosberg, Personal Rule: Theory and Practice in Africa, extract from Comparative Politics 5. Robert Fatton, Jr., Bringing the Ruling Class Back In: Class, State, and Hegemony in Africa, from Comparative Politics 6. Jean-Francois Bayart, The State, translated from "L'Etat" in Coulon and Martin, eds., Les Afriques Politiques 7. Mahmood Mamdani, Conclusion: Linking the Urban and the Rural, from Citizen and Subject: Contemporary Africa and the Legacy of Colonialism 8. Patrick Chabal and Jean-Pascal Daloz, The Instrumentalization of Disorder, from Africa Works: Disorder as Political Instrument Part 2. Dimensions of Conflict 9. Roy May, Internal Dimensions of Warfare in Chad, from Cambridge Anthropology 10. M. Hall and Tom Young, Mozambique at War with Itself, from Confronting Leviathan: Mozambique Since Independence 11. Toyin Falola, Confronting the State: Yakubu Yahaya and the Katsina Riot, 1991, from Violence in Nigeria: The Crisis of Religious Politics and Secular Ideologies 12. Jon Abbink, Ritual and Political Forms of Violent Practice among the Suri of Southern Ethiopia, from Cahiers d'Etudes africaines 13. Remy Bazenguissa-Ganga, The Spread of Political Violence in Congo-Brazzaville, from African Affairs Part 3. The Local and the Traditional 14. Mitzi Goheen, Chiefs, Sub-Chiefs and Local Control: Negotiations over Land, Struggles over Meaning, from Africa 15. John Hamer, Commensality, P
巻冊次

: Indiana casebound ISBN 9780253343598

内容説明

Readings in African Politics provides an overview of key topics and themes that collectively contribute to an understanding of politics in Africa. The selections included here come from a wide range of Western and non-Western sources and together represent core knowledge in the field of African politics. Topic areas covered are methods for appraising the modern African state, approaches to understanding African states and their politics, dimensions of regional conflict, conflict between traditional and modern values, the politics of new social forces, and the meaning of contemporary trends. An introductory essay by Tom Young sketches the terrain of politics in Africa from national and international efforts toward development to local problems such as corruption and ethnic conflict. Readers at all levels will find even-handed coverage of politics in sub-Saharan Africa's more than 30 states from the early years of independence to today.

目次

Preliminary Table of Contents: Preface Notes on Contributors Introduction Tom Young Part 1. Appraising the Modern State 1. A. Zolberg, The Party-State in Perspective from Creating Political Order: The Party States of West Africa 2. Robert H. Bates, Rental Havens and Protective Shelters and The Origins of Political Marginalism from Markets and States in Tropical Africa 3. Goran Hyden, Conditions of Governance, from No Shortcuts to Progress: African Development Management in Perspective 4. Robert H. Jackson and C. G. Rosberg, Personal Rule: Theory and Practice in Africa, extract from Comparative Politics 5. Robert Fatton, Jr., Bringing the Ruling Class Back In: Class, State, and Hegemony in Africa, from Comparative Politics 6. Jean-Francois Bayart, The State, translated from "L'Etat" in Coulon and Martin, eds., Les Afriques Politiques 7. Mahmood Mamdani, Conclusion: Linking the Urban and the Rural, from Citizen and Subject: Contemporary Africa and the Legacy of Colonialism 8. Patrick Chabal and Jean-Pascal Daloz, The Instrumentalization of Disorder, from Africa Works: Disorder as Political Instrument Part 2. Dimensions of Conflict 9. Roy May, Internal Dimensions of Warfare in Chad, from Cambridge Anthropology 10. M. Hall and Tom Young, Mozambique at War with Itself, from Confronting Leviathan: Mozambique Since Independence 11. Toyin Falola, Confronting the State: Yakubu Yahaya and the Katsina Riot, 1991, from Violence in Nigeria: The Crisis of Religious Politics and Secular Ideologies 12. Jon Abbink, Ritual and Political Forms of Violent Practice among the Suri of Southern Ethiopia, from Cahiers d'Etudes africaines 13. Remy Bazenguissa-Ganga, The Spread of Political Violence in Congo-Brazzaville, from African Affairs Part 3. The Local and the Traditional 14. Mitzi Goheen, Chiefs, Sub-Chiefs and Local Control: Negotiations over Land, Struggles over Meaning, from Africa 15. John Hamer, Commensality, P
巻冊次

: J. Currey paper ISBN 9780852552575

内容説明

Readings in African Politics provides an overview of key topics and themes that collectively contribute to an understanding of politics in Africa. The selections included here come from a wide range of Western and non-Western sources and together represent core knowledge in the field of African politics. Topic areas covered are methods for appraising the modern African state, approaches to understanding African states and their politics, dimensions of regional conflict, conflict between traditional and modern values, the politics of new social forces, and the meaning of contemporary trends. An introductory essay by Tom Young sketches the terrain of politics in Africa from national and international efforts toward development to local problems such as corruption and ethnic conflict. TOM YOUNG is Senior Lecturer in Politics with reference to Africa, SOAS, London Contributors include: ROBERT H. BATES, GORAN HYDEN, Jean-FRANCOIS BAYART, MAHMOOD MAMDANI, PATRICK CHABAL & JEAN-PASCAL DALOZ, ROY MAY, MARGARET HALL & TOM YOUNG, TOYIN FALOLA, RICHARD FANTHORPE, MAMADOU DIOUF, AILI MARI TRIPP, BESSIE HOUSE-MIDAMBA, JOCELYN ALEXANDER, SALLY FALK MOORE, ADAM ASHWORTH Published in association with the International African Institute North America: Indiana U Press

目次

  • Part 1 Appraising the modern African state: extracts from creating political order, A. Zolberg
  • markets and states in tropical Africa, Robert H. Bates
  • no shortcuts to progress, Goran Hyden
  • personal rule theory and practice in Africa, Robert H. Bates and C.G. Rosberg
  • bringing the ruling class back in - class state and hegemony in Africa, R. Fatton
  • l'etat, J.-F. Bayart
  • citizen and subject, Mahmood Mamdani
  • Africa works, Patrick Chabal and J.-P. Daloz. Part 2 Dimensions of conflict: internal dimension of warfare in Chad, Roy May
  • confronting Leviathan - Mozambique since independence, M. Hall and Tom Young
  • violence in Nigeria, Toyin Falola
  • ritual and political forms of violent practice among the Suri of southern Ethiopia
  • the spread of political violence in Congo-Brazzaville, R. Bazenguissa-Ganga. Part 3 The local and the traditional: chiefs, sub-chiefs and local control - negotiations over land, struggles over meaning, M. Goheen
  • commensality, process and the moral order - an example from southern Ethiopia, John Hamer
  • locating the politics of a Sierra Leonean chiefdom, Richard Fanthorpe
  • between peace and justice - dispute settlement between Karaboro agriculturalists and Fulbe agro-pastoralists in Burkina Faso. Part 4 The politics of new social forces: urban youth and Senegalese politics, M. Diouf
  • the social power of religious organization and civil society, Ronald Kassimir
  • changing the rules - the politics of liberalization and the urban informal economy in Tanzania, Aili Mari Tripp
  • gender, democratization and associational life in Kenya, Bessie House-Midamba. Part 5 Political change: the local state in post-war Mozambique, Jocelyn Alexander
  • post-socialist micro-politics - Kilimanjaro 1993, Sally Falk Moore
  • aspects of democracy and democratization in Zambia and Botswana, Wim van Binsbergen
  • imagining democracy - political culture and democratization in Buganda, Mikael Karlstrom
  • witchcraft, violence and democracy in the new South Africa, Adam Ashforth.

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