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The Oxford Handbook of Nigerian Politics

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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

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.

ISBN-13: 9780192844927

Media Type: Paperback

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

Publication Date: 10-25-2021

Pages: 832

Product Dimensions: 9.83h x 6.80w x 1.71d

A. Carl LeVan, Associate Professor in the School of International Service, American University, Patrick Ukata, Professorial Lecturer, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University

A. Carl LeVan is Associate Professor in the School of International Service at American University in Washington, D.C. He is the author of Nigerian Party Competition in a Time of Transition and Terror (2019) as well as Dictators and Democracy in Africa Development: the Political Economy of Good
Governance in Nigeria (2015).

Patrick Ukata is the former Director of the American University and American University of Nigeria's Washington Office. He is currently a professorial lecturer at the Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University, Washington, DC.