Africa Works: Disorder as Political Instrument

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International African Institute, 1999 - Africa, Sub-Saharan - 170 pages
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Are there social, political and cultural factors in Africa which aspire to the continuation of patrimony and conspire against economic development? In association with the International African Institute North America: Indiana U Press

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Haven't read this book yet but it was recommended by a colleague as a good representation of a more optimistic perspective on political issues in contemporary Africa. Possibly useful in countering the patronizing mode of much Euro-American discourse about Africa. Read full review

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The Informalization of Politics
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The Retraditionalization of Society
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