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Ethnicity, Citizenship and State in Eastern Africa.

Author: Tarimo, Aquiline S.J.
Publisher: Langaa RPCIG 2011.
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This volume, from an Africa perspective, examines the relationship between ethnicity and citizenship within the framework of nation-state. Its objective and scope engage relational aspects of political integration, awaken public conscience, and motivate civic engagement. It provides a platform that could be considered prerequisite for political transformation. Such a framework is indispensable not only for  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tarimo, Aquiline S.J.
ISBN: 1283063646 9781283063647 9789956579990 9956579998 9789956579785 9956579785
OCLC Number: 823850949
Description: 1 online resource (162 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title page; Copyright page; Contents; Preface; 1. Introduction: Institutionalization of Ethnicity; 2. Politicization of Ethnic Identities; 3. Ethnic Diversity and Political Integration; 4. Ethnicity, Citizenship, and Self-Determination; 5. Religion, Politics, and Civil Society; 6. Foundations of Political Integration; Bibliography; Back cover.
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This volume, from an Africa perspective, examines the relationship between ethnicity and citizenship within the framework of nation-state. Its objective and scope engage relational aspects of political integration, awaken public conscience, and motivate civic engagement. It provides a platform that could be considered prerequisite for political transformation. Such a framework is indispensable not only for challenging the politics of exclusion and marginalization, but also for reconstructing fractured social relationships. The test of its validity and relevancy is not whether it accounts for particular traditions, but whether it provides a framework through which we can comprehend the dynamics of ethnic identities as an avenue for promoting participatory governance and democratic accountability. An interdisciplinary study of this kind brings forth practical and theoretical contributions to the evolving concepts of ethnicity and citizenship.

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