Modernization and the Crisis of Development in Africa: The Nigerian Experience
This examination of the impact of modernisation on Africa's development uses Nigeria as a case study. It aims to show the central role that the modernisation paradigm played in creating the crisis of development by analysing it from a theoretical and empirical approach. Each chapter includes the issues of state, culture and gender.
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