Identities, Exclusionism and Politics in Africa 

Identities, Exclusionism and Politics in Africa 

Author: 
Etieyibo, Edwin  
Place: 
Oxon
Publisher: 
Taylor and Francis
Date published: 
2020
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Responsibility: 
Musemwa, Icon,Mucha, jt. author
Katsaura, Obvious, jt. author 
Journal Title: 
African Studies
Source: 
African Studies, Vol. 79, No. 4,  2020, pp. 361-366
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Abstract: 

In Africa, the youth play a major role both as activists and participants in cultural life and politics. Framed around the concepts of conservatisms and radicalisms, this special issue references various African contexts to explore the intersections of youthhood, identities, cultural practices, politics, struggle narratives, education, and marginalisation, and the role young people play in the political process. To this end, articles in this special issue collectively relate to and recount the politics and practices of neoliberalism, capitalism, globalisation, poverty, violence, elections, resource allocation, disability, social justice, and identity re-constitution. 

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CITATION: Etieyibo, Edwin  . Identities, Exclusionism and Politics in Africa  . Oxon : Taylor and Francis , 2020. African Studies, Vol. 79, No. 4,  2020, pp. 361-366 - Available at: https://library.au.int/identities-exclusionism-and-politics-africa