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Ethnicity, State Power and the Democratisation Process in Uganda: Discussion Paper No. 17 (NAI Discussion Papers) [Paperback]

By Juma Okuku (Author)
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This paper critically reviews the impact of ethnicity on the democratization process in Uganda from colonialism to the present. The paper is divided into four parts. Part one is a theoretical overview of the issues of ethnicity and democratization. Part two examines the nature of ethnicity construction and expression in the colonial period. Part three looks at the post-colonial political practices and their enhancement of ethnicity in Uganda. Part four discusses the possibility of deconstruction of ethnicity through democratization and the 'no-party movement' system. In conclusion, the contention is that there is a need to understand the substantive underlying political, economic and social configurations that enhance ethnicity rather than denouncing them.



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Studio: Nordic Africa Institute
Pages   42
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 6" Width: 0.5" Height: 0.2"
Weight:   0.2 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Publisher   Nordic Africa Institute
ISBN  9171064931  
ISBN13  9789171064936  


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