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Emergent Actors in African Political Economy

Africa Research Series

No.9

Edited by MOCHIZUKI Katsuya
Published in 2003
1.
Women as Emergent Actors in Nigeria’s Political Economy: The Nigerian Women’s Movement: Responses to Adjustment and Democratization / Hussaina Abdullah
Introduction
Women, Adjustment and Democratization in Nigeria: Some Issues
The March towards Adjustment
The Adjustment Phase
The Democratization Process
The Nigerian Women’s Movement: An Overview
The Responses of the Women’s Movement to Adjustment and Democratization
Responses to the Structural Adjustment Program
Responses to the Political Transition Program
References


2.
Emergent Actors in the African Political Economy: A Study of Youth Movements in the Oil Producing Communities of the Niger Delta / Cyril I. Obi
Introduction
The Youth Factor in Africa’s Political Economy: Some Critical Issues
Youth Movements in the Oil Producing Communities of the Niger Delta / Oronto Douglas, 1999, Interview with Author)
Youth Struggles and Ethnic Identity Politics in the Niger Delta
The Movement of the Survival of Ogoni People (MOSOP)
Ijaw Youth Council (IYC)
Conclusion
References


3.
Nigerian Civil Rights Organisations since the 1980s / Ayodeji Olukoju
Introduction
Human Rights Organization and the Enforcement of Fundamental Rights in Post-Independence Nigeria
Conclusion
Notes and References


4.
Introduction
Historical Background
Chinese migration into Africa
Changing Pattern of Settlement
Chinese in Manufacturing Sector
Taiwanese and Auto Parts Production
Formal Business Relations
Institutional settings for Bilateral Trade
Changes Following Chinese Rapid Economic Growth
Changing Attitude of Nigerian People
Further Expansion of Bilateral Trade
Case of Jiangsu Province
Conclusions
Notes
References