3 edition of State and society in Africa found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Feraidoon Shams.|
|LC Classifications||HC800 .S715 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||158 p. :|
|Number of Pages||158|
|ISBN 10||081919977X, 0819199788|
|LC Control Number||95012677|
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This book focuses especially on the character of the postcolonial state in Africa, the nature of and reasons for state deterioration, and the mechanisms and policies for coping with state malfunction.
Scholars from Africa, the United States, Europe, and the Middle East combine a broad understanding of African political processes with expertise on specific Edition: 1st Edition. State and society in Africa book And Society In Algeria and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.
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McCaskie gives a detailed and richly nuanced historical portrait of precolonial Asante. His delineation of state and society in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries is centred on an extended analysis of the crucial ritual of the annual Kumase odwira by: Politics In Southern Africa: State And Society In Transition [Bauer, Gretchen, Taylor, Scott D.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Swahili, State and Society: The Political Economy of an African LanguageCited by: This text examines the potential value of the concept of civil society for enhancing the current understanding of state-society relations in Africa. The authors review the meanings of civil society. DESCRIPTION This seminal book examines the potential value of the concept of civil society for enhancing the current understanding of state-society relations in Africa.
The authors review the meanings of civil society in political philosophy, as well as alternative theoretical approaches to employing the concept in African settings. "The State of Africa" is arranged more or less chronologically, starting with the story of how the Gold Coast broke away from British colonial control and finishing in the penultimate chapter with the transition of power from Mbeki to Zuma in South Africa before a final, brief chapter in which the serial wrongs and excesses of Africa's "Big Men /5(47).
The annual State of Civil Society Report analyses how contemporary events and trends are impacting on civil society, and how civil society is responding to the major issues and challenges of the day. This is the eighth edition of our report, focusing on actions and trends in This report is of, from and for civil society, drawing on over.
The Precarious balance: state and society in Africa. Publication date Topics Africa -- Economic conditions --Africa -- Politics and government --Africa -- Social conditions -- Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.
IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. MPSE – State and Society in Africa In Hindi Medium. Africa: An Introduction 2. Colonial Legacies 3. Nationalism and its Legacy 4. Problems of Statehood: Integration and Legitimation 5.
Issues of Development 6. Types of Regimes 7. Administration, Army and Political Parties 8. Africa and World Economy 9. Cold War, Non Alignment and. Civil society is one of several Western political and social concepts that have not traveled successfully to Africa.
Revived in response to the search for democracy in Eastern Europe during the late Soviet era, Western donors promoted and funded new civil society organizations in sub-Saharan Africa, regarding them as an essential grounding for African democratization. Africa:: Liberia Print. Flag Description.
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The State in Africa 11 a universal value and repression of the practice of polygamy will not bring about its demise. Polygamy will only be abolished when its material bases no longer ex-ist. Even more complex are the religious values which, dominated by individual faith and belief, are easily transferred to other material bases, and thus continue.
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In Africa, Bayart describes this process as one where the educated rise to power, then seize the state's resources, and refuse to enhance and radicalize the popular movements against colonialism. Gramsci's concept of historic block provides for the organic unity of the superstructure and infrastructure, as well as the civil and political.
First book to include an in-depth analysis of Chinese capital and its hitherto neglected impact on state-society relations in a sub-Saharan African country Employs a unique hybrid approach of three research traditions: Gourevitch’s ‘second image reversed’, Migdal’s ‘state-in-society.
A stateless society is a society that is not governed by a state. In stateless societies, there is little concentration of authority; most positions of authority that do exist are very limited in power and are generally not permanently held positions; and social bodies that resolve disputes through predefined rules tend to be small.
Stateless societies are highly variable in economic. The book is structured around three main issues and related premises. First, they argue that sub-Saharan Africa has the problem of pervasive corruption and ineffective institutions that affects all sectors of the society. Second, the African condition can be explained in terms of a unique.
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The Precarious Balance book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Start by marking “The Precarious Balance: State And Society In Africa” as Want to Read: Want to Read saving 2/5(2).Development, the State and Civil Society in South Africa addresses the practical reality of the development consultant, government and public sector change agent, politician and policy maker.
Departing from a humanist and people-centred perspective, it captures the fun-damentals upon which most development theory, policy, programmes/projects.