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The Revival of Regional Integration In Africa

Bach, Daniel C. (9 avr. 2013)

Introduction The need for regional integration in Africa has never seemed more compelling, however the numerous programmes and institutions have achieved very little since independence. Regionalization reveals itself in sub-Saharan Africa through complex and often conflicting trends of interaction. ...

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Lagos. Street culture and families in the street

Adisa, Jinmi (4 avr. 2013)

Conceptual framework We have spoken much of urban patterns and spatial planning: it is time to turn our attention to the people who inhabit our towns and cities and here, without any doubt, that which is most clearly apparent and which causes the greatest anguish is the starkly visible poverty we ...

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Preface

Olukoju, Ayodeji (5 avr. 2013)

A substantial literature exists on various aspects of Lagos history and culture across time and space. While it can be claimed that the process of urbanization in Lagos has received and continues to receive justifiable scholarly attention, given the peculiarities of the city, it is clear that gaps ...

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Umtata. Résumé

Osaghae, Eghosa E. (4 avr. 2013)

Cette étude envisage le phénomène des jeunes de la rue dans les villes sud-africaines au travers du cas de Umtata, capitale de l’ex-homeland ‘indépendant’ du Transkei et centre d’une urbanisation intense dans une région à prédominance rurale. L’étude examine les facteurs socio- ...

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Kano. Religious fundamentalism and violence

Albert, Olawale (4 avr. 2013)

Introduction Kano, the capital of the northern Nigerian state of the same name, is one of the most violent cities in the country. The manifestation of violence here, however, is markedly different from that of other Nigerian cities. Unlike the average southern Nigerian city, which is bedevilled by ...

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Impact of Campus Secret Cult Organizations on University Administration: A case study of the University of Ibadan, Nigeria

Ogunsanya, Mobolaji (16 janv. 2015)

Introduction The Nigerian university system is being ravaged by the menace of secret cults among the student population. Secret cult associations have infiltrated virtually all Nigerian institutions of higher learning and function to varying degrees of intensity in the various universities, ...

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Social Deviance on a Nigerian University Campus: The University of Jos, Nigeria

Smah, Sam (16 janv. 2015)

Introduction The development of human societies hinges squarely on their values, norms, laws and methods of skill acquisition and transfer. The socialization of members of any society is a crucial factor in attaining the ideals and goals of such a society. With the process of socialization, members ...

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Nigeria during the Abacha Years (1993-1998)

Amuwo, ‘Kunle et al. (4 avr. 2013)

The autocratic regime of Sani Abacha (1993-1998) stands out as a watershed in the history of independent Nigeria. Nigeria’s darkest years since the civil war resulted from his unrestrained personal rule; very close to the features associated with warlordism. Nepotism, corruption, violation of ...

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Background: The Chequered Fortunes of Ethnic Minorities under Changing Political Regimes in Nigeria

Suberu, Rotimi T. (9 avr. 2013)

Nigeria’s current ethnic minority problems have been shaped by developments in the country’s recent and distant past. Indeed, by most accounts, the fortunes of Nigeria’s ethnic minorities have varied in tandem with changes in the internal territorial configuration of the federation, in the ...

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