Politics and Society in Contemporary Africa By Naomi Chazan
Politics and Society in Contemporary Africa
by Naomi Chazan
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An up-to-date introduction to modern African politics, this textbook aims to present the complexities and diversity of the African world since independence. The authors set their own political choices alongside more traditional approaches.
Constraint and choice - the diversity of African politics. Part 1 The structures of politics: state institutions and the organization of the public arena; social groupings; ethnicity, class and the state. Part 2 Political process and political change: the politics of the centre; decision making and the rules of the political game; the politics of social relations; political dissent, protest and conflict; political transitions, regimes variety and patterns of changes. Part 3 Political ecomony: policy-making in a constraining environment; Africa and the world ecomony. Part 4 International relations: inter-African relations; Africa in world politics. Part 5 Political futures: South Africa - the politics of incipient civil war; Africa toward the year 2000.
Politics and Society in Contemporary Africa by Naomi Chazan
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