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Periodical article Periodical article Leiden University catalogue Leiden University catalogue WorldCat catalogue WorldCat
Title:Generational conflict and politics in Africa: a paradigm
Author:Le Vine, V.T.ISNI
Year:1968
Periodical:Civilisations
Volume:18
Issue:3
Pages:399-418
Language:English
Geographic term:Africa
Subjects:generation conflicts
politics
Abstract:This article proposes to focus on one aspect of the discussions on the many problems of 'The Young' - politically relevant generation conflict -; proposes a conceptual framework within which that phenomenon may be examined, and to suggest the directions in which fruitful enquiry might lie. African examples are used. Frame of discussion: 1. Generations and conflict (Two types of generation - Chronologically-defined generations - Non-chronological generations); 2. Problems of locating generation conflict (The complexity of conflict - Relating generation discontinuity and conflict - The diffuse nature of generation conflict); 3. The structure of generation conflict; causes and forms; 4. Summary and postscript; dealing with generation conflict. Notes, French summary p. 418-420.
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