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Inside African politics

Inside African politics

Publisher : Juta & Company Ltd
SKU: 9781775820680
R 532,00
R 452,20
This up-to-date introduction to contemporary African politics focuses on states as well as citizens across the continent, looking at politics from above and below. The straightforward, accessible style makes the book suitable for the general reader interested in current affairs.
This up-to-date introduction to contemporary African politics focuses on states as well as citizens across the continent, looking at politics from above and below. It examines why we should know about African politics; the evolution of African states; people, identity and power; the practice of power; the range of regimes in Africa; the economic dimensions of African politics; the shifting landscape of conflict and security; and African politics in international relations. Using an abundance of data and illustrative examples, the authors highlight the contributions of African experiences to the broader knowledge of comparative politics and international relations. The straightforward, accessible style makes the book suitable for the general reader interested in current affairs. But the book will also serve as an essential text and a long-term resource for students and scholars alike.
Products specifications
ISBN13 9781775820680
Publisher Juta & Company Ltd
Contributor By (author) Pierre Englebert, By (author) Kevin C. Dunn
Publication Date 2013-12-01
Language English
Format Paperback / softback
Pages 464
Product Dimensions (H x W x L) in mm 228 X 152 X 210
Shipping Weight (grams) 500
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This up-to-date introduction to contemporary African politics focuses on states as well as citizens across the continent, looking at politics from above and below. It examines why we should know about African politics; the evolution of African states; people, identity and power; the practice of power; the range of regimes in Africa; the economic dimensions of African politics; the shifting landscape of conflict and security; and African politics in international relations. Using an abundance of data and illustrative examples, the authors highlight the contributions of African experiences to the broader knowledge of comparative politics and international relations. The straightforward, accessible style makes the book suitable for the general reader interested in current affairs. But the book will also serve as an essential text and a long-term resource for students and scholars alike.
Products specifications
ISBN13 9781775820680
Publisher Juta & Company Ltd
Contributor By (author) Pierre Englebert, By (author) Kevin C. Dunn
Publication Date 2013-12-01
Language English
Format Paperback / softback
Pages 464
Product Dimensions (H x W x L) in mm 228 X 152 X 210
Shipping Weight (grams) 500
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