The Resource The Oxford handbook of Nigerian politics, edited by A. Carl Levan and Patrick Ukata

The Oxford handbook of Nigerian politics, edited by A. Carl Levan and Patrick Ukata

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The Oxford handbook of Nigerian politics
Title
The Oxford handbook of Nigerian politics
Statement of responsibility
edited by A. Carl Levan and Patrick Ukata
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Editor
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Language
eng
Summary
The Oxford Handbook of Nigerian Politics offers a comprehensive analysis of Nigeria's very rich history and ever changing politics to its readers. It provides a deep understanding of Nigeria's socio-political evolution and experience by covering broad range of political issues and historical eras. The volume encompasses 44 chapters organized thematically into essays covering history, political institutions, civil society, economic and social policy, identity and insecurity, and Nigeria in a globalized world. By identifying many of the classic debates in Nigerian politics, the chapters serve as an authoritative introduction to Africa's most populous country. The chapters are interdisciplinary, introducing readers to classic debates and key research on Nigeria, as well as new methodologies, new data, and a compelling corpus of research questions for the next generation of researchers and readers interested in Africa
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YDX
Index
index present
LC call number
JQ3090
LC item number
.O93 2018
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1961-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • LeVan, A. Carl
  • Ukata, Patrick
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Oxford handbooks
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  • Nigeria
  • Nigeria
Label
The Oxford handbook of Nigerian politics, edited by A. Carl Levan and Patrick Ukata
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • State formation in precolonial Nigeria
  • Kingsley Moghalu and Nonso Obikili
  • 30.
  • Nigeria's petroleum booms : a changing political economy
  • Peter M. Lewis
  • 31. The
  • "resource curse" and the constraints on reforming Nigeria's oil sector
  • Zainab Usman
  • 32.
  • Nigeria's response to the HIV epidemic
  • Olusoji Adeyi, Oluwole Odutolu, John Idoko and Phyllis Kanki
  • Nonso Obikili
  • Part V:
  • Identity and insecurity
  • 33.
  • Islamic social movements and political unrest in Nigerian history
  • Abimbola O. Adesoji
  • 34. The
  • origins of Boko Haram
  • Kyari Mohammed
  • 35.
  • Boko Haram : indigeneity, internationalism, and insurgency
  • 3.
  • Virginia Comolli
  • 36. The
  • Nigerian Civil War and the Biafran Secessionist Revival
  • Obi Nwakanma
  • 37. The
  • rise and decline (and rise) of the Niger Delta Rebellion
  • Omolade Adunbi
  • 38.
  • Crime, cults, and informal security
  • 'Kemi Okenyodo
  • Precolonial Christianity and missionary legacies
  • 39.
  • Land, citizenship, and the laws of disenfranchisement
  • Victor Adefemi Isumonah
  • 4
  • Pastoralism, ethnicity, and subnational conflict resolution in the middle belt
  • Laura Thaut Vinson
  • Part VI:
  • Nigeria in the world
  • 41.
  • Nigeria and the world : war, nationalism, and politics, 1914-60
  • Shobana Shankar
  • Oliver Coates
  • 42.
  • Nigeria and the Commonwealth : influence by accident or design
  • Elizabeth Donnelly and Daragh Neville
  • 43.
  • Faith, fame, and fortune : varieties of Nigerian worship in global Christianity
  • Asonzeh Ukah
  • 44. The
  • pathology of dependency : Sino-Nigerian relations as a case study
  • Ian Taylor
  • 4. The
  • Atlantic slave trade and its lasting impact
  • Wasiq N. Khan
  • 5.
  • Colonial rule
  • Introduction
  • Matthew M. Heaton and Toyin Falola
  • 6. The
  • anticolonial struggle in Nigeria
  • Rotimi Ajayi
  • 7.
  • Women's protests in the struggle for independence
  • Chiedo Nwankwor
  • 8. The
  • Nigerian novel and the anticolonial magination
  • Cajetan Iheka
  • A. Carl LeVan and Patrick Ukata
  • 9.
  • Ecologies of rule : politics, political economy, and governing the environment in Nigeria
  • Michael J. Watts
  • Part II:
  • Political institutions
  • 10. The
  • long shadow of Nigeria's military epochs, 1966-79 and 1983-99
  • Eghosa E. Osaghae
  • 11
  • Fiscal federalism, subnational politics, and state creation in contemporary Nigeria
  • Part I:
  • Olufunmbi M. Elemo
  • 12. The
  • legislatures in the first and second Republics
  • Joseph Olayinka Fashagba
  • 13.
  • Legislative development and decadence in the Fourth Republic National Assembly
  • Rotimi T. Suberu
  • 14.
  • Sharia politics, the 1999 Constitution, and the rise of the Fourth Republic
  • Olufemi Vaughan
  • Locating Nigeria in African history
  • 15.
  • Executive dominance and hyper-presidentialism in Nigeria
  • Yahaya T. Baba
  • 16.
  • Civil military affairs and military culture in post-transition Nigeria
  • Max Siollun
  • 17.
  • Progress and setbacks in Nigeria's anticorruption efforts
  • Daniel Jordan Smith
  • 18. The
  • 1.
  • Judiciary in Nigeria since 1999
  • Patrick Ukata
  • 19.
  • Elections and electoral performance
  • Nkwachukwu Orji
  • 20.
  • Drivers and dynamics of electoral reform, 1999-2015
  • A. Carl LeVan and Abiodun Ajijola
  • 21. The
  • Eghosa E. Osaghae
  • From Borno to Sokoto : meaning and Muslim identities in northern Nigeria
  • 11
  • People's Democratic Party : from the 1999 transition to the 2015 turnover
  • Adigun Agbaje, Adeolu Akande, and Jide Ojo
  • Part III:
  • Civil Society
  • 22.
  • Civil society in Nigeria
  • Darren Kew and Chris M.A. Kwaja
  • 23. The
  • political struggles of Nigerian labor
  • Murray Last
  • Jon Kraus
  • 24.
  • In the trenches with Fela : reassessing protest political music culture before the Fourth Republic
  • Garhe Osiebe
  • 25.
  • Nigeria's non-Western democracy : a postcolonial aspiration and struggle with opportunity, conflict, and transformation
  • Rita Kiki Edozie
  • 26.
  • Women's contemporary struggles for rights and representation
  • Cheryl O'Brien
  • 2.
  • 27.
  • Human rights status in Nigeria since Obasanjo's second coming
  • Idayat Hassan
  • 28.
  • Revenue and representation : the political economy of public participation
  • Oliver Owen
  • Part IV:
  • Economic and social sectors : policies and peoples
  • 29.
  • Fiscal policy during boom and bust1
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxiii, 801 pages
Isbn
9780198804307
Lccn
2018949672
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1026264199
  • (OCoLC)on1026264199
Label
The Oxford handbook of Nigerian politics, edited by A. Carl Levan and Patrick Ukata
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • State formation in precolonial Nigeria
  • Kingsley Moghalu and Nonso Obikili
  • 30.
  • Nigeria's petroleum booms : a changing political economy
  • Peter M. Lewis
  • 31. The
  • "resource curse" and the constraints on reforming Nigeria's oil sector
  • Zainab Usman
  • 32.
  • Nigeria's response to the HIV epidemic
  • Olusoji Adeyi, Oluwole Odutolu, John Idoko and Phyllis Kanki
  • Nonso Obikili
  • Part V:
  • Identity and insecurity
  • 33.
  • Islamic social movements and political unrest in Nigerian history
  • Abimbola O. Adesoji
  • 34. The
  • origins of Boko Haram
  • Kyari Mohammed
  • 35.
  • Boko Haram : indigeneity, internationalism, and insurgency
  • 3.
  • Virginia Comolli
  • 36. The
  • Nigerian Civil War and the Biafran Secessionist Revival
  • Obi Nwakanma
  • 37. The
  • rise and decline (and rise) of the Niger Delta Rebellion
  • Omolade Adunbi
  • 38.
  • Crime, cults, and informal security
  • 'Kemi Okenyodo
  • Precolonial Christianity and missionary legacies
  • 39.
  • Land, citizenship, and the laws of disenfranchisement
  • Victor Adefemi Isumonah
  • 4
  • Pastoralism, ethnicity, and subnational conflict resolution in the middle belt
  • Laura Thaut Vinson
  • Part VI:
  • Nigeria in the world
  • 41.
  • Nigeria and the world : war, nationalism, and politics, 1914-60
  • Shobana Shankar
  • Oliver Coates
  • 42.
  • Nigeria and the Commonwealth : influence by accident or design
  • Elizabeth Donnelly and Daragh Neville
  • 43.
  • Faith, fame, and fortune : varieties of Nigerian worship in global Christianity
  • Asonzeh Ukah
  • 44. The
  • pathology of dependency : Sino-Nigerian relations as a case study
  • Ian Taylor
  • 4. The
  • Atlantic slave trade and its lasting impact
  • Wasiq N. Khan
  • 5.
  • Colonial rule
  • Introduction
  • Matthew M. Heaton and Toyin Falola
  • 6. The
  • anticolonial struggle in Nigeria
  • Rotimi Ajayi
  • 7.
  • Women's protests in the struggle for independence
  • Chiedo Nwankwor
  • 8. The
  • Nigerian novel and the anticolonial magination
  • Cajetan Iheka
  • A. Carl LeVan and Patrick Ukata
  • 9.
  • Ecologies of rule : politics, political economy, and governing the environment in Nigeria
  • Michael J. Watts
  • Part II:
  • Political institutions
  • 10. The
  • long shadow of Nigeria's military epochs, 1966-79 and 1983-99
  • Eghosa E. Osaghae
  • 11
  • Fiscal federalism, subnational politics, and state creation in contemporary Nigeria
  • Part I:
  • Olufunmbi M. Elemo
  • 12. The
  • legislatures in the first and second Republics
  • Joseph Olayinka Fashagba
  • 13.
  • Legislative development and decadence in the Fourth Republic National Assembly
  • Rotimi T. Suberu
  • 14.
  • Sharia politics, the 1999 Constitution, and the rise of the Fourth Republic
  • Olufemi Vaughan
  • Locating Nigeria in African history
  • 15.
  • Executive dominance and hyper-presidentialism in Nigeria
  • Yahaya T. Baba
  • 16.
  • Civil military affairs and military culture in post-transition Nigeria
  • Max Siollun
  • 17.
  • Progress and setbacks in Nigeria's anticorruption efforts
  • Daniel Jordan Smith
  • 18. The
  • 1.
  • Judiciary in Nigeria since 1999
  • Patrick Ukata
  • 19.
  • Elections and electoral performance
  • Nkwachukwu Orji
  • 20.
  • Drivers and dynamics of electoral reform, 1999-2015
  • A. Carl LeVan and Abiodun Ajijola
  • 21. The
  • Eghosa E. Osaghae
  • From Borno to Sokoto : meaning and Muslim identities in northern Nigeria
  • 11
  • People's Democratic Party : from the 1999 transition to the 2015 turnover
  • Adigun Agbaje, Adeolu Akande, and Jide Ojo
  • Part III:
  • Civil Society
  • 22.
  • Civil society in Nigeria
  • Darren Kew and Chris M.A. Kwaja
  • 23. The
  • political struggles of Nigerian labor
  • Murray Last
  • Jon Kraus
  • 24.
  • In the trenches with Fela : reassessing protest political music culture before the Fourth Republic
  • Garhe Osiebe
  • 25.
  • Nigeria's non-Western democracy : a postcolonial aspiration and struggle with opportunity, conflict, and transformation
  • Rita Kiki Edozie
  • 26.
  • Women's contemporary struggles for rights and representation
  • Cheryl O'Brien
  • 2.
  • 27.
  • Human rights status in Nigeria since Obasanjo's second coming
  • Idayat Hassan
  • 28.
  • Revenue and representation : the political economy of public participation
  • Oliver Owen
  • Part IV:
  • Economic and social sectors : policies and peoples
  • 29.
  • Fiscal policy during boom and bust1
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxiii, 801 pages
Isbn
9780198804307
Lccn
2018949672
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1026264199
  • (OCoLC)on1026264199

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