Mobilisation, control and violence in Post colonial Africa

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  • The state in postcolonial Africa
    • The post colonial state
      • One party state
      • Liberal democracy failed
      • What type of authority?
        • Weber
          • Traditional
            • relies upon traditional structure to exercise rule
            • Patrimonialism
          • Rational-Legal
          • Charismatic
      • Ethnic identity and corruption significant
  • Liberal democracy failed
  • Ethnic identity and corruption significant
  • Clientism is part of culture
    • Post-structural
  • Politics of extraversion
    • Bayart
      • Resource driven/corrupt
      • Lively political consciousness of inequality
  • Resource driven/corrupt
  • Chabal & Daloz
    • Afrians accept that politicians steal: it is ok as long as they redistribute it
    • Neopatrimonialism
      • The state in postcolonial Africa
        • The post colonial state
          • One party state
          • What type of authority?
            • Weber
              • Traditional
                • relies upon traditional structure to exercise rule
                • Patrimonialism
              • Rational-Legal
              • Charismatic
      • Neopatriprimoalism is patrimonliams and what looks like a modern starte (Medard)
      • Clientism is part of culture
        • Post-structural
  • Neopatrimonalism is equated with the decliine of the African state

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