1 edition of Politics of identity and exclusion in Africa found in the catalog.
Politics of identity and exclusion in Africa
|Series||Seminar report / Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung ;, no. 11, Seminar report (Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung) ;, no. 11.|
|LC Classifications||JQ1879.A15 P66 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||2002403465|
Despite being told that we now live in a cosmopolitan world, more and more people have begun to assert their identities in ways that are deeply rooted in the local. These claims of autochthony—meaning “born from the soil”—seek to establish an irrefutable, primordial right to belong and are often employed in politically charged attempts to exclude outsiders. He has taught in universities in Zimbabwe, United Kingdom and South Africa and has published extensively on African history and politics. He is the author of Do ‘Zimbabweans’ Exist? Trajectories of Nationalism, National Identity Formation and Crisis in a Postcolonial State (Oxford & Bern: Peter Lang, ), co-editor of Redemptive or.
Identity politics advocates a retreat into the protection of the self based on the celebration of group identity. It is a politics of defeat and demoralization, of pessimism and selfishness. By seizing as much as possible for one's self and group, it exposes its complete disregard for the whole from which it has separated - for the rest of the. Book Chapter “Exclusion, Identity and Armed Conflict: A Historical Survey of the Politics of Confrontation in Uganda with Specific Reference to the Independence Era,” in Politics of Identity and Exclusion in Africa: From Violent Confrontation to Peaceful Cooperation, published by Konrad Adenauer Stiftung and Universiteit Van Pretoria.
This book argues that the changing shape of the class structure (from a ‘big working class’ to a ‘big middle class’) since has forced the parties to change, which has both reduced class voting and increased class non-voting. The book develops this argument in three stages. The first shows that there has been enormous social continuity in class divisions. Post-Cold War Africa has witnessed enormous political transformation, particularly in terms of democratisation. Most polities in the continent have adopted the practice of secret balloting.
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"The Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion is a timely and provocative book that brings together work by established and emerging scholars contributing to the debate over group boundaries, discrimination, and public policy.
These original essays guide the reader through the complexity of difference and its political ramifications.5/5(1). Politics of identity and exclusion in Africa. Johannesburg: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, (OCoLC) Online version: Politics of identity and exclusion in Africa.
Johannesburg: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Konrad-Adenauer.
(). Democracy, identity and the politics of exclusion in post-genocide Rwanda: the case of the Batwa. Democratization: Vol. 18, DEMOCRATIZATION IN AFRICA: CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS, pp. Cited by: Democracy, identity and the politics of exclusion in post-genocide Rwanda: the case of the Batwa By Danielle Beswick The genocide left an indelible mark on Rwandan and regional by: Comparative Law at the University of South Africa, with the financial support of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, decided to hold a conference entitled Politics of Identity and Exclusion in Africa: From Violent Confrontation to Peaceful Cooperation at the University of Pretoria on 25–26 July The making and qualification of the Mozambique General Peace Accord of This book project grew from a narrow initial ambition, which was to develop an argument developed in unanticipated directions, and ended with a rather sobering theme, which is that through its role in shaping identity politics, inequality itself often constrains the extent Inequality and the politics of exclusion.
In her new book, “White Identity Politics,” the Duke political scientist Ashley Jardina examines the increasing relevance of white identity in g on data from American National. The slave masters stripped Africans of their names, their languages, their culture and customs, and of their history.
Not only this, but Africa has always been depicted as a negative place filled with savages and cannibals. Generations of African people living in the Americas only knew of Africa. South Africa offers a rich context for the study of the interrelationship between the media and identity. The essays collected here explore the many diverse elements of this interconnection, and give fresh focus to topics that scholarship has tended to overlook, such as the pervasive impact of tabloid newspapers.
Interrogating contemporary theory, the authors shed new light on how identities. Nieftagodien, N. () ‘ Xenophobia's local genesis: historical constructions of insiders and the politics of exclusion in Alexandra township ’ in Landau, L.
(ed.), Exorcising the Demons Within: xenophobia, violence, and statecraft in contemporary South Africa. Gyanendra Pandey); and Perils of Belonging: Autochthony, Citizenship and Exclusion in.
Africa and Europe (Chicago University Press). He has also written numerous essays on various aspects of economy, society, and culture in West Africa. At present he is working. on a book on Witchcraft, Intimacy and Trust: Africa in Comparison.
Geschiere examines the toxic consequences of new discourses of “indigeneity” in his seminal work Geschiere (cited under Indigeneity, Citizenship, and Exclusion). Amselle, Jean-Loup.
Mestizo Logics: Anthropology of Identity in Africa and Elsewhere. Translated by Claudia Royal. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, E-mail. Book report (written) (three pages) (5%) 5.
At least five Country Case Study reports (Do BBC country timeline search on country, and be prepared for in- MULTI-NATIONALITY, THE POLITICS OF IDENTITY & and Africa’s Political Economy’, pages November Alex Thomas, An Introduction to African Politics, Chapter 9, ‘Case.
Table of Contents. Introduction - Harihar Bhattacharyya, Partha Sarkar, and Angshuman Kar Theoretical Issues Concerning Social Exclusion and Inclusion in India - Sobhanlal Datta Gupta Exclusion and the Strategy of Empowerment - T.
Oommen ty Politics and Social Exclusion in India’s North-East: The Case for Redistributive Justice - N. Das 4. Identity, Citizenship, and Political Conflict in Africa Book Description: Reflecting on the processes of nation-building and citizenship formation in Africa, Edmond J. Keller believes that although some deep parochial identities have eroded, they have not disappeared and may be more assertive than previously thought, especially in instances of.
How America's identity politics went from inclusion to division For today’s Left, blindness to group identity is the ultimate sin, because it masks the reality of group hierarchies and.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Assessing the limits of pluralism, this book examines different types of political inclusion and exclusion and.
Introduction / David F. Ericson --Minimal political inclusion of minorities at risk: the case of the Americas, / Victor Asal --Race, nativity, and the political participation of Asian and other Americans / Pei-Te Lien --The home styles of California Latino representatives: policy, constituency, and symbolic representation / Sally.
This book offers a socio-historical analysis of migration and the possibilities of regional integration in Southern Africa.
It examines both the historical roots of and contemporary challenges regarding the social, economic, and geo-political causes of migration and its consequences (i.e.
xenophobia) to illustrate how ‘diaspora’ migrations have shaped a sense of identity, citizenry, and. : The Perils of Belonging: Autochthony, Citizenship, and Exclusion in Africa and Europe (): Geschiere, Peter: BooksReviews: 1.The New York Times bestselling author of The Origins of Political Order offers a provocative examination of modern identity politics: its origins, its effects, and what it means for domestic and international affairs of state.
InFrancis Fukuyama wrote that American institutions were in decay, as the state was progressively captured by powerful interest groups.Identity politics is a term that describes a political approach wherein people of a particular religion, race, social background, class or other identifying factor form exclusive socio-political alliances, moving away from broad-based, coalitional politics to support and follow political movements that share a particular identifying quality with them.