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Voting and democratic citizenship in Africa / edited by Michael Bratton.


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Boulder, Colo. : Lynne Rienner Pub., 2013.
  • Book
  • x, 323 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 291-312) and index.
  • Voting and democratic citizenship in Africa: an overview / Michael Bratton
  • Where do elections lead in Africa? / Michael Bratton
  • Part I. Vote choice
  • Does ethnicity determine support for the governing party? / Pippa Norris and Robert Mattes
  • Political competition and ethnic identification in Africa / Benn Eifert, Edward Miguel and Daniel Posner
  • Voting intentions in Africa: ethnic, economic or partisan? / Michael Bratton, Ravi Bhavnani and Tse-Hsin Chen
  • Part II. Vote buying
  • Vote buying and electoral turnout in Kenya / Eric Kramon
  • Vote buying and violence in Nigerian election campaigns / Michael Bratton
  • Museveni and the 2011 Ugandan election: did the money matter? / Jeffrey Conroy-Krutz and Carolyn Logan
  • Part III. Implications for citizenship
  • Uncritical citizens: Mozambicans in comparative perspective / Robert Mattes and Carlos Shenga
  • Accountability or representation? How electoral systems promote public trust / Wonbin Cho
  • Voters but not yet citizens: the weak demand for vertical accountability / Michael Bratton and Carolyn Logan
  • Part IV. Implications for democracy
  • Critical citizens and submissive subjects: election losers and winners in Africa / Devra Moehler
  • Does the quality of elections affect the consolidation of democracy? / Ari Greenberg and Robert Mattes
  • Do free elections foster capable governments? / Michael Bratton
  • Part V. Conclusion
  • Voting and democratic citizenship in Africa: where next? / Michael Bratton.
Bratton, Michael.
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