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African Politics in Comparative Perspective by Goran Hyden

African Politics in Comparative Perspective

Description : This revised and expanded second edition of African Politics in Comparative Perspective reviews fifty years of research on politics in Africa and addresses some issues in a new light, keeping in mind the changes in Africa since the first edition was written in 2004. The book synthesizes insights from different scholarly approaches and offers an original interpretation of the knowledge accumulated in the field. Goran Hyden discusses how research on African politics relates to the study of politics in other regions and mainstream theories in comparative politics. He focuses on such key issues as why politics trumps economics, rule is personal, state is weak and policies are made with a communal rather than an individual lens. The book also discusses why in the light of these conditions agriculture is problematic, gender contested, ethnicity manipulated and relations with Western powers a matter of defiance.

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Authors : Goran Hyden

Published Date : 2012-10-15

Publisher : Cambridge University Press

ISBN : 9781107030473

Page : 316 Pages

Categories : Political Science

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