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Institutional structure and conflict in Nigeria
Ekwueme Felix Okoli
|Statement||by Ekwueme Felix Okoli.|
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|Pagination||148 p. ;|
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Downloadable! The institutional perspective of cross-country differences in economic outcomes gives contrasting explanations on the persistence of extractive institutions in developing countries. Colonization, social fragmentation and the existence and use of natural resources are the most frequently discussed causes in the available literature. Conflict of interest is a social vice which degrades right ethical conviction, moral decency and behavioral fortitude among people of a nation. In Nigeria, conflict of interest encompasses selfish.
* Nigeria’s seven military leaders all have promised a “transition to democracy”, but only two have given power over to elected leaders: General Obasanjo () and General Abubakar (). * General Buhari (), Babangida (), and Abacha () are known for their use of repressive tactics, but virtually all. The book concludes with case studies of Fiji, Ireland, Eritrea, Indonesia, Nigeria, and India. The Architecture of Democracy is the culmination of the study of constitutional engineering in the third wave of democracy and sets parameters for this crucial research as democracy diffuses across the world.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Post, Ken, Structure and conflict in Nigeria, London, Heinemann Educational, (OCoLC) There's a book that some few people might remember back from the '60s called "Planning Without Facts" that was written about Nigeria's early economic planning experience. This was an election.
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Osisioma H. (), "Conflict Management in Nigeria: A Study of Selected Organisations in the Manufacturing and Service Sectors", Unpublished PhD thesis, Department of Business Administration. PDF | On Dec 5,Kehinde O. Osakede and others published Conflict management in tertiary institutions: A study of selected universities in south-western Nigeria in Africa’s Public Service.
Berger, P. and T. Luckmann (), The Social Construction of Reality: A Treatise in the Sociology Institutional structure and conflict in Nigeria book Knowledge, Anchor Books, Garden City, NY. Chang, Ha-Joon (ed.) (), Institutional Change and Economic Development, Anthem Press.
Greif, Avner (), Institutions and the Path to the Modern Economy: Lessons from Medieval Trade, Cambridge University Press, ISBN The institutional perspective of cross-country differences in economic outcomes gives contrasting explanations on the persistence of extractive institutions in developing countries.
Colonization, social fragmentation and the existence and use of natural resources are the most frequently discussed causes in the available literature. In this study, we analyze all the three explanations together. The institutional role played by both agencies in conflict management in Nigeria will form the major discussion in this paper.
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM Peace is very necessary for the development of any society because no society can develop in the state of conflict and insecurity. Conflict scholars can thus combine one or more points of view in the process of analyzing social conflicts or helping political and institutional leaders to develop the policies for dealing with conflict.
Structural Conflict Theorists as Marx, Engels, V.I. Lenin, etc believe that conflict is built into. NATURAL RESOURCE CONFLICTS IN NORTH-CENTRAL NIGERIA Thus we pursued our path around a wide arc of that ghastly pool, Between the soggy marsh and the arid shore. Conflicts based on antagonistic source such as conflict between cultural values and institutional expectations, role expectation and personality roles, and deriving from personality discord.
Organizational conflict is defined as the behaviour intended to obstruct the achievement of some other person’s goals.
Intolerance is the main cause of religious riots and conflicts not only in Nigeria but around the world. It divides countries.
Therefore, Nigerian citizens are urged to understand and acknowledge each other and respect one another's religious views in order to prevent the country from falling. Causes of Boko Haram Conflict in Nigeria. E-mail: [email protected] "This paper examines African conflicts and the roles of the African Union (AU) in conflict resolution, focusing on the recent Zimbabwe and Kenya conflicts.
Two conflict and conflict resolution theories: Hobessian. COMMUNAL CONFLICTS IN NIGERIA: AN EXAMINATION OF EZILLO AND EZZA-EZILLO CONFLICT OF EBONYI STATE, () Dr. R.O. Oji Department of Political Science, Enugu State University, Enugu Eme, Okechukwu Innocent, Nwoba, Hyacinth A.
Department of Public Administration and Local Government Studies University of Nigeria, Nsukka Abstract. The roles of efficient health management in human health and development cannot be over emphasized.
Number of, R.E. () has stressed the need to evolve good management practices care in health care delivery in Nigeria. The organizational conflicts existing in almost in Nigeria hospitals and health centers has erupted huge ineffectiveness.
Ten Books for Approaching Religious Conflict in Nigeria. CFR fellows and staff and not those of CFR, which takes no institutional positions. More on: International Book Fair is the.
This is a historical conflict in the country, and one of the major strong points for those agitating for the resolution of Nigeria, claiming that the deal that brought about the amalgamation of the Southern and Northern Protectorate later Nigeria has expired, because the life span was (National Open University of Nigeria, ).
Conflict management strategies refer to the internal mechanisms used by the various authorities in resolving conflict. Amason () described conflict command, changing the structure of the organization and compromise as management strategies for resolving conflicts organizations.
Likewise, Oyebade. BOOK REVIEWS STRUCTURE AND CONFLICT IN NIGERIA By K. W.J. Post and Michael Vickers.
Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, Pp. vii, $ In the turbulent period from toNigerians witnessed the steady erosion of parliamentary and consociational structures assumed at independence. *LLM BL, senior lecturer, Department of Jurisprudence and International Law, University of Lagos, Akoka.
This paper is partly based on the findings contained in the PhD thesis submitted to the P. School of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ife by the writer, entitled ‘An Examination of the Jurisdiction of Nigeria Courts in Causes Having Foreign. Nigeria suffers a variety of complex political problems including inequality, corruption, oil disputes, national disunity, and the Boko Haram insurgency.
This seven year conflict and humanitarian crisis in the north has kil and displaced million people. Despite the government’s announcement inthat the group had been ‘crushed,’ attacks have continued throughout.
In contemporary times, the people of the Niger Delta hold grievances, which are sources of political conflict in Nigeria that are rooted in colonialism. Foremost is that they found themselves as minority groups in the country in the administrative structures that were established in the years before and after independence that marginalized them.The university and academia are by their nature and structure breeding grounds for conflict, and therefore the manner conflicts are handled in universities should be fully developed to enhance job performance.
This research examined the resolution of promotion-related conflicts in Ghanaian Higher Education Institutions (HEIs).conflict to traditional discipline and grievance procedures; and also looked at the barriers and facilitators to integrating mediation into workplace practice and culture.
Two hypotheses were formulated to determine the source of conflict and conflict resolution in the Nigeria Public Service.