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Title:Progress in Zimbabwe
Editors:Moore, DavidISNI
Kriger, NormaISNI
Raftopoulos, BrianISNI
Year:2012
Periodical:Journal of Contemporary African Studies (ISSN 0258-9001)
Volume:30
Issue:1
Pages:157
Language:English
Geographic term:Zimbabwe
Subjects:development
political conditions
economic conditions
conference papers (form)
2010
Abstract:This collective volume on 'Progress in Zimbabwe' is based on a conference held in Bulawayo in November 2010. Contributions: Progress, power, and violent accumulation in Zimbabwe, by David Moore; ZANU PF politics under Zimbabwe's 'power-sharing' government, by Norma Kriger; Narratives of progress: Zimbabwean historiography and the end of history, by Ian Phimister; Civil society and State-centred struggles, by Kirk Helliker; Anti-developmental patrimonialism in Zimbabwe, by Martin Dawson and Tim Kelsall; Foreign investment, black economic empowerment and militarized patronage politics in Zimbabwe, by Booker Magure; Teachers' and bank workers' responses to Zimbabwe's crisis: uneven effects, different strategies, by Tapiwa Chagonda; 'New realities' and tenure reforms: land-use in worker-peasant communities of south-western Zimbabwe (1940s-2006), by Vusilizwe Thebe; Two perspectives on Zimbabwe's 'National Democratic Revolution': Thabo Mbeki and Wilfred Mhanda, by David Moore; Reflections on the concept of progress - and Zimbabwe, by John Hoffman. [ASC Leiden abstract]
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