Cooperative collegial democracy for Africa and multi-ethnic societies

democracy without tears
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Politics and government, Cultural pluralism, Political parties, Demo
StatementEmefiena Ezeani
SeriesAfrica in development -- v. 13, Africa in development -- v. 13.
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LC ClassificationsJQ1879.A15 E94 2012
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Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL25361527M
ISBN 139783034308274
LC Control Number2012021392

Cooperative Collegial Democracy for Africa and Multi-ethnic Societies Democracy without Tears Series: a ‘Cooperative Collegial Democracy’ – for African societies and any multi-ethnic society.

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This is a party-less, peaceful and overtly fair political system which is imbued with the qualities needed to resolve national questions and. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 23 cm. Contents: What is democracy. --Centripetalism: a competitive model of democracy --Consociationalism: a quasi-cooperative model of democracy --Democracy in pre-colonial and post-colonial Africa --Ethnicity, religion, the judiciary and liberal democracy in a multi-ethnic society --Godfatherism.

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Articles. The unanswered national questions and the party model of democracy The party system and some specific issues Voting under the veil of ignorance and the belief in the people's power Cooperative collegial democracy a workable model for africa and multi ethnic societies Epilogue corruption and democracy learning from the nigerian experience Back.

Cooperative Collegial Democracy for Africa and Multi-ethnic Societies Emefiena Ezeani Critical and Creative Education for the New Africa Titus O Pacho Its aesthetics, as this book demonstrates, are deployed as a domain in which the political and cultural understanding of statehood, gender relations, politics, governance, armed conflict.

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Oxford; New York: Peter Lang. Democracy and Ethno-religious Conflict in Iraq Andreas Wimmer is a professor of sociology at UCLA.

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1 For Gyekye, there was a democratic order in pre-colonial Africa, the. United in Diversity or Divided in Difference: Belonging and Opposition in Democratic South Africa Carolyn E.

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