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Research outputs: POLITICS
2013 'Exit' and 'inclusion': the changing paradigm of Pentecostal expression in the Nigerian public space
This chapter draws on concepts in political and social analysis to shed light on contemporary manifestations of Pentecostal and charismatic ...
The intersection of money and politics does not necessarily result in corruption, writes Judith February, but transparency regarding the sou...Download this report
Against the backdrop of the continued crisis of state legitimacy, precarious balance between ethnic groups, and a predatory and authoritaria...
This article examines the 'cultural repertoires' of neo-Biafran separatist Igbo groups in south-eastern Nigeria, pointing to the ways in whi...