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Author: Stephen Ndegwa
ISBN: 9004122443
Language: English
Pages: 158 pages
Category: Humanities
Publisher: Brill (October 31, 2002)
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Democracy in Africa is measured by a variety of indexes primarily devised by Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), such as Freedom House's Freedom in the World index.

Democracy in Africa is measured by a variety of indexes primarily devised by Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), such as Freedom House's Freedom in the World index, and the Fraser Institute's Economic Freedom of the World index. Both organisations measure a range of factors including human rights, property rights and free elections to determine the status of states as 'free', 'partially free', or 'not free'.

International Sociology - International Institute of Social Studies. emphases are deeply connected to cultural fears about Latin America, Africa, and Asia. This context provides a backdrop for my discussion. international education studies. The rightward turn – what I have elsewhere called the conservative restoration (Apple, 1993, 1996) – has been the result of the successful struggle by the right to form a broad-based alliance.

Many scholars have argued that the ongoing democratization process in Africa is doomed to fail because the political reforms have been essentially imposed by external donors. Others have challenged the very roots of the current changes.

Given this, Africa should not be thought of solely as a place in which to analyse the fragility of democracy.

In doing so, it reveals an often overlooked fact: African democracies are distinctive not because they face so many challenges, but because they have managed to make so much progress despite the absence of many of the supposed ‘pre-conditions’ of democratic consolidation. Given this, Africa should not be thought of solely as a place in which to analyse the fragility of democracy.

The democratic experiment in Africa has had a checkered history over the past ten years. Analysts of this process tend to focus on the political and legal space instead of including broader issues such as norms, generational change and class. Authors in this volume argue that African civil society is less likely to support democracy, they measure African democracy by the women's rights movements, unravel the mythical hope of technology and point to ideological capitulation necessary for a limited transition. Past experience from Botswana, South-Africa, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda and Madagascar will give the readers an understanding of democracy in Africa.Contributors are Judith van Allen, Lisa Aubrey, Nigel Gibson, Richard R. Marcus, Kenneth Mease, Stephen N. Ndegwa, Stephen Orvis, Dan Ottemoeller, and Wisdom J. Tettey.