The Nigerian State: Political Economy, State Class and Political System in the Post-colonial Era
Currey, 1988 - 281 من الصفحات
Each Grade includes a colourful Workbook (Grades 1 to 3) or Pupils' Book (Grade 4 to 6) using familar examples from daily Jamaican life. Each book is supported by a Teacher's Guide.
Premises of Nigerian Politics
The First Republic
10 من الأقسام الأخرى غير ظاهرة
طبعات أخرى - عرض جميع المقتطفات
1979 Constitution administration allocation Anambra appointed areas Babangida Bauchi Bendel Benin City Borno bourgeoisie Buhari bureaucracy capital capitalist central centre chapter Chief civil servants civil service civilian coalition colonial conflict corruption Council coup Decree dominant economic elections electoral elite ERSITY ethnic groups executive factions federal government foreign functions GNPP Gongola Governor Hausa Hausa-Fulani Ibadan ideology Igbo indigenisation indigenous institutions interests intra-elite Kaduna Kano Kwara labour Lagos leaders leadership legislative legislature legitimacy LGCs liberal democracy majority mass ment military government naira National Assembly neo-colonial Niger Nigerian political Northern officers Ogun Ondo organisation peripheral political economy political parties political system popular population position President presidential production realisation recivilianisation regime regional represented revenues role rule SAN DIEGO Second Republic sectors Shagari social society socio-economic Sokoto strategy structure tion traditional rulers UNIVERSITY votes West Africa Yoruba