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Nigeria Chapter 6. Section One: The Making of the Modern Nigeria State.

promoted accountability weakened by Western orientation toward individual and urbanization O Rival ethnic claims organized around narrow, exclusivist constituencies exist in modern state O Exclusivist identities dominate Nigerian political culture and define citizenship O Identify with immediate ethnic, regional, religious group or subgroup especially during crisis O No belief that a common interest binds state and citizen Religion and the Press O Nigeria is evenly divided between/


A PEOPLE & A NATION SIXTH EDITION Norton  Katzman  Blight  Chudacoff  Paterson  Tuttle  Escott Chapter 17: The Development of the West, 1877–1900.

gunfighters or gamblers; instead struggle to survive 17-18 Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. XIV. Irrigation Public and private interests use new technology and organization to make West a key area of commercial agriculture Irrigation existed; southwestern Indians, Spanish, and Mormons develop early systems Whites in West reject English riparianism (users of water should not diminish flow downstream) with prior appropriation concept 17-19 Copyright/


Early American History and Literature 1.Where do we begin? *When does American Literature and History Begin? 2. Key Events 3.Native American Tales *Creation.

contact with Islam, the religion founded by Prophet Muhammad in the 7 th century CE. As Muslim traders from North Africa and the Middle East brought a new religion to parts of West Africa, they expanded sophisticated trade networks that linked many different villages through trade routes. West Africans spoke many languages and organized themselves into diverse political systems. Several populous states, sometimes termed “empires,” exercised/


1914-Present Questions from Jan 2010 to 2014. WW1 Causes - militarism (competition btw Germany & England) - Pan-Slavism (Balkan Powder-Keg and ethnic.

Korea and North Korea can best be supported by the information found in this chart? (1) The GDP in North Korea is higher than the GDP in South Korea. (2) A higher percentage of the GDP in South Korea is based on farming than it is in North/recognize and protect the (1) economic diversity of nations (2) dignity of individuals (3) right of each nation to enforce its own laws (4) balance of power between nations Since 1999, what has been the primary role of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in world/


(non-possessiveness) A New Economic Paradigm For A Culture of Peace

World Religions like Christianity, Judaism, Islam, etc. and of all Natural and Spiritual Sciences in the East, i.e. Yoga, Buddhism, Taoism etc. Affirms Unity in Diversity, says we are all unique individuals, but /make.” * E. B. Szekely Therefore Providers of Agricultural Services should be encouraged to: *Adopt Cooperative Organization *Maintain Limited Size *Choose Local Services to Build a New and Local Economy …”Swords will be beaten into ploughshares and nations will not learn war again………” PARADIGM IN/


SEPTEMBER 2008 : 1st year GreenFriends-France. G r e e n F r i e n d s – F r a n c e SEPTEMBER 2008 Content Presentation | 02 Our approach | 07 Our actions.

Michel Dombre is the chairman of GreenFriends-France and is coresponsible for the landscape projet concerning the surrounding green spaces Involved in organic farming and he’s been active in many environmental organizations for 35 years, having held high responsibilities in industry, Michel is particularly interested by shaping the Amma Center’s natural surrounding spaces into a place of Beauty and Harmony in the respect of Nature. Claire Carrat is the/


‘From the idea of Europe to the EU ‘Magna Charta’: a modular curriculum on the Education to Citizenship’

of that other; nor shall we have wardship of that fee-farm, socage, or burgage, unless such fee-farm owes knights service. We will not by reason of any small /in diplomatic, commercial and monetary forums. The European Community derives its strength from common values of democracy and human rights, which rally its peoples, and it has preserved the diversity of cultures and languages and the traditions which make it what it is. Its transatlantic solidarity and the attractiveness of its model has enabled a/


FC.74 THE INVENTION OF THE PRINTING PRESS (c.1450) & ITS IMPACT Rise of towns & trade in W. Eur  Indirect contact with China (FC.64) Chinese rag paper.

forests W. Europe has diverse climates & resources Political unity of Western Europe? FC.80 GEOPOLITICAL FACTORS IN THE RISE OF W./and pillage. This often encouraged a negotiated surrender by towns to avoid such a fate. Conversely, the attackers knew the defenders would be especially fierce in defending their town and were often hard to induce to make the final assault. A/in an organized grid. Francis I of France even tried to raise 7 regional legions each with 6,000 conscripts. FC.80 GEOPOLITICAL FACTORS IN/


The Age of Absolutism.

hair was cut close around their heads The Roundheads found a leader of genius in Oliver Cromwell, a puritan member and skilled general Organized the “New Model Army” for Parliament Cromwell’s army defeated the Cavaliers in a series of diverse battles By 1647, the King was in the hands of Parliament forces Execution of a King Parliament set up a court to put the King on trial Found him guilty/


Chapter Five Christian Democracy Introduction: 1. Christian democracy is a political ideology that seeks to apply Christian principles to public policy.

all times, thus making many difficult life and moral decisions easy.utopia Spiritual Anarchism, or Divine Anarchy, was originally expressed by the political revolutionary, poet and yogi Sri Aurobindo during the First World War in a series of articles published in the Arya, and later made available in two books, The Human Cycle and The Ideal of Human Unity. A spiritual anarchist holds that a perfect form of social organization can only be/


Spiritual Diversity in Social Work Practice Professor Edward Canda, MA, MSW, Ph.D. University of Kansas School of Social Welfare Copyright 2014 Note: Much.

, 6; 7 with caution Application of the Guidelines Case of a Hmong refugee family at intersection of health and child welfare systems What would you do? Clip art Caution about private or surreptitious attempts to influence the client by spiritual means (e.g. directive prayer) Informed consent Nonmanipulation Humility Quilt/mandala of unity in diversity Each student design quilt piece Length goes up/down If/


Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc., Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458. All rights reserved. THE MAKING OF AFRICAN AMERICANS IN A WHITE AMERICA CHAPTER.

make a contract or hire him or herself out 9. Slave could not leave a plantation without a pass noting his or her destination and time of return 9. Slave could not leave a plantation without a pass noting his or her destination and time of return 10. No one, including Whites, was to teach a slave (and in some areas even a/ humor that owners did not comprehend Destroyed farm implements and committed similar acts of sabotage Destroyed farm implements and committed similar acts of sabotage Copyright © 2010/


1 MVE 6030 The Good Society and its Educated Citizens Topic 3-A (Lecture 4 & 5) Communitarian’s Idea of Good Society.

the story but one can never the least be the narrator and the main character or even hero of the storyline. In other words, he can narrate one’s life-story in a way to make it an intelligible and accountable unity. An in fact, MacIntyre underlines that unity, intelligibility and accountability are three of the essential constituents of a narrative. 43 Alasdair MacIntyre’s Critique on Liberalism yConcept of narrative/


US H ISTORY EOCT R EVIEW Mrs. C. SSUSH1 The student will describe European settlement in North America during the 17th century. Explain Virginia’s development;

and New Jersey. Founded as a private money-making venture, the colony quickly became settlement of New Amsterdam and subsequent English takeover, and the settlement of Pennsylvania. The colony was noted for its diverse population and its tolerance. As a result of winning the Second Anglo-Dutch War in/AND WHAT MOVEMENT WAS HE RESPONSIBLE FOR CREATING ? The UFW, an affiliate of the AFL-CIO, organized farm workers in California. Representing largely a Hispanic group, the UFW organized around work conditions and/


The Twenties Chapter 11 Honors US History The Roaring 20’s An era of prosperity, Republican power, and conflict.

cultural re-birth. Harlem Renaissance – Why Now? Blacks feel a sense of unity and pride in their own distinct neighborhood in Harlem away from white oppression. Blacks feel a sense of unity and pride in their own distinct neighborhood in Harlem away from white oppression. A number of white publishing companies started to agree to publish black literature and record black music. A number of white publishing companies started to agree to publish/


1 Agricultural Missions, Inc. and Partner Visits in Delegation to World Social Forum in Nairobi, Kenya Rural Kenya & Uganda.

largest sugar producing regions in Africa. Sugar cane is the main commercial crop. The sugar mill owners cheat the farmers, make questionable deductions on quality, and delay payments to the farmers, previously for as long as 3 years. 72 Benedict’s Farm The farmers have formed a cooperative to pressure the mill on their behalf, but that organization itself has reportedly been mismanaged and corrupted, with the/


Answer the 12 questions over the short European geography video in your journals. 1. What rank does Europe hold in terms of size compared to the other.

flee to foreign country Sources of Unity Most Europeans value the importance of past cultural achievements of ancestors Share commitment to democracy and the free market Values of /and profits increased with better equipment and fertilizers Agricultural Issues Genetically modified foods genes altered to make grow faster bigger resistant to pest Opposed by many Europeans  Organic farming use natural substance instead of chemicals for increase crop yields 2001 outbreak foot-and-mouth disease, a prion virus in/


ID 1. L’Anse aux Meadows (pg. 15) When: the late 900’s, post 984 Historical Significance: It was the first European settlement in North America. It was.

making it a haven for Quakers and all other religions and nationalities, a “Holy Experiment.” The accepting nature of the Quakers led to Pennsylvania becoming extremely ethnically and religiously diverse. This diversity shaped Pennsylvanian society, but the diversity led to differences of opinions about government that led to many political struggles and divisions. Pennsylvania became extremely economically successful in both trade and agriculture. This was because of good farm/ and strengthen unity and /


Chapter 25 America Moves to the City, 1865–1900. I. The Urban Frontier The growth of American metropolises was spectacular: – Size: In 1860 no city in.

drew people off the farms, as well as abroad and into factory centers The /making a grade-school education compulsory – Which helped check the frightful abuses of child labor. – High schools between 1880s and/unity of truth”— idea that knowledge and morality existed in a single system Religious instruction in moral philosophy and natural theology—pillars of classical curriculum University reformers struggled to reconcile scientific education and religion University educators abandoned moral instruction and/


Global History - Thematic Essay Thematic Essay Overview To successfully write a thematic essay response, one must focus on the task. Each of the task items.

Sentence 4: Include a specific, well thought out, and insightful SUMMARY regarding the Theme and what was written about in your Essay (no personal pronouns: I, Me, You…). EXAMPLES - Identify the topic sentences, specific details and organization. Evaluate anything the/in order to get a government job. This ensured good rulers, which in turn meant good and loyal citizens. Each person knew their role and what was expected from them in order to make society run smoothly. The teachings of the 5 Relationships and/


Nigeria Chapter 8. 8 | 2 Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. The Nigerian Nation at a Glance.

co-opt and organize business and societal interest to politically control economy and dispense /making in which a powerful patron (for example, a traditional local boss, government agency, or dominant party) offers resources such as land, contracts, protection, or jobs in return for the support and services (such as labor or votes) of lower-status and less powerful clients; corruption, preferential treatment, and inequality are characteristic of clientelist politics. Autocracy: A government in which one or a/


Revolutions in Russia Long-term social unrest erupted in revolution, ushering in the first Communist government.

government took control of all privately owned farms and created collective farms. The government took control of all privately owned farms and created collective farms. Many of the people were resisted and were either killed or exiled to work camps in Siberia. Many of the people were resisted and were either killed or exiled to work camps in Siberia. Secret Police Stalin created a force of secret police to keep track/


Chapter Ninth Edition America: Past and Present America: Past and Present, Ninth Edition Divine Breen Frederickson Williams Gross Brands Copyright ©2011,

: The middle colonies developed with far greater political, ethnic, religious, and social diversity, and represented a more cosmopolitan middle ground between the tightly knit New England towns and the scattered, hierarchical plantation South. Copyright ©2011, ©2007, ©2006 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. America: Past and Present, Ninth Edition Divine Breen Frederickson Williams Gross Brands Diversity in the Middle Colonies New York New Jersey Pennsylvania Delaware Copyright/


Chapter 7: Early Middle Ages (751-1100) 1. INTRODUCTION The Merovingians were replaced in 751 by the Carolingians, from the kingdom of Austrasia. Their.

use of portraits of authors in illuminated manuscripts that was popular in the early Middle Ages. 4.THECAROLINGIAN ECONOMY A. Land Use and Agricultural Practices The economy was largely based on land. Large estates were organized into manors, which had two parts: one belonging to the lord and one to the peasants. The peasants were dependents of the lord, farming both parts, and owed the lord labor on/


Chapter 19 Human Geography of Africa: From Human Beginnings to New Nations Africa is the “Cradle of Humanity” and has been home to numerous empires. But.

Cultures Cultures of East Africa – 160 different ethnic groups live in this region. – The Masai live in the rift valley grasslands of Kenya, and Tanzania. The Masai herd livestock, farm, and make intricate beadwork and jewelry. They wear calfskin, and buffalo-hide clothes. – The Kikuya are the largest Kenyan ethnic group, centered around Mount Kenya. In the 1950s they organized the Mau Mau society to fight the British. The British/


Global Studies II 100 Concepts & Final Exam Preparation Scientific Revolution & Enlightenment- WWI and the Russian Revolution.

3. a surplus of agricultural goods 4. the immediate creation of many small private farms ANSWER: 1. Number 94: QUESTION: The term that best describes the position of Jews in Czarist Russia is 1. political elite 2. persecuted minority 3. landed gentry 4. military leaders ANSWER: 2. Number 95: QUESTION: “…the organizations of the revolutionaries must consist first, foremost, and mainly of people who make revolutionary/


Today’s FFA The Official Manual Guides the formation of each chapter’s activities As well as state associations and the national organization.

manner Æ Demonstrate good sportsmanship by being modest in winning and generous in defeat Code of Ethics Ç Make myself aware of FFA programs and activities and be an active participant È Conduct and value a supervised agricultural experience program É Strive to establish and enhance my skills through agricultural education in order to enter a successful career À Appreciate and promote diversity in our organization “FFA Members, why are we here?” (all in unison part of opening ceremonies) “To practice/


Chapter 25 America Moves to the City, 1865–1900. I. The Urban Frontier The growth of American metropolises was spectacular: – Size: In 1860 no city in.

drew people off the farms, as well as abroad and into factory centers The /making a grade-school education compulsory – Which helped check the frightful abuses of child labor. – High schools between 1880s and/unity of truth”— idea that knowledge and morality existed in a single system Religious instruction in moral philosophy and natural theology—pillars of classical curriculum University reformers struggled to reconcile scientific education and religion University educators abandoned moral instruction and/


Chapter 25 America Moves to the City, 1865–1900. I. The Urban Frontier The growth of American metropolises was spectacular: – Size: In 1860 no city in.

drew people off the farms, as well as abroad and into factory centers The /making a grade-school education compulsory – Which helped check the frightful abuses of child labor. – High schools between 1880s and/unity of truth”— idea that knowledge and morality existed in a single system Religious instruction in moral philosophy and natural theology—pillars of classical curriculum University reformers struggled to reconcile scientific education and religion University educators abandoned moral instruction and/


Chapter 1 The Sociological Perspective and Research Methods.

G ROUP T HINK Irving Janis developed an influential theory of group decision making that he called groupthink. Groupthink involves an extreme form of group cohesiveness in which group members begin to think alike and do not question each other or consider alternative choices in making a decision. Normative Organizations we join voluntarily to pursue a common interest or gain prestige. Coercive Associations people are forced to join/


WORLD HISTORY REVIEW. A. Which of the following describes a system of indirect rule? Imperial powers who…… a. govern their colonies using local rulers.

. B The trade region that includes Japan and the United States is known as the a.Organization of American States. b.Pacific Rim. c/and ethnic diversity. c.a series of natural disasters. d.its lack of stable political leadership. C Which of the following points to a decline in patriotism in the Roman empire? a.Caligula appointed his horse as consul. b.Diocletian fixed the prices of goods and services. c.Mercenaries replaced citizen-soldiers in the Roman army. d.Poor farmers abandoned their own farms/


A Study of Diversity in England. BBC News Online - Some Views For a long time the UK has been a multicultural state composed of England, Northern Ireland,

of Unity in diversity Unity in diversity The diversity in the human family should be the cause of love and harmony, as it is in music, where many different notes blend together in the making of a perfect chord. --Bahai Faith, Science and Spirituality The Unity- and- Diversity Wheel for Universal Cooperation Let us truly honor and serve our local and global communities. Let us aim to create and maintain happiness-joy and inner peace for everyone in a universal village environment and with/


Unit 2: Culture and Social Structures Ch 3: Culture Ch 4: Socialization Ch 5: Social Structure and Society Ch 6: Groups and Formal Ch 6: Groups and Formal.

organization often defer to leaders – they give in. End Section 4 Ch 7 – Deviance and Social Control DevianceBehavior that departs from societal or group norms. It doesn’t have to be illegal (Ex. wearing sagging pants or too much make-up). What is considered deviant varies from one individual group + society to another. In diverse/ more serious deviant behavior Can build unity w/in a society Can promote needed social change Strain theoryAn anomie is a social condition in which norms are weak, conflicting, or/


1Globalization & Diversity: Rowntree, Lewis, Price, Wyckoff Legacies of Colonialism and Conflict Before the arrival of Europeans, Sub-Saharan Africa had.

states for blacks 10Globalization & Diversity: Rowntree, Lewis, Price, Wyckoff Geopolitical Framework: Legacies of Colonialism and Conflict (cont.) Decolonization and IndependenceDecolonization and Independence Decolonization began in 1957Decolonization began in 1957 Organization of African Unity (OAU) – a continent-wide organization whose goal includes mediating disputes between neighboring statesOrganization of African Unity (OAU) – a continent-wide organization whose goal includes mediating disputes/


PARTY POLITICS, THE ROLE OF THE RULING PARTY IN HARMONISING POLICIES FOR SUSTAINABLE GOVERNANCE FOR DEVELOPMENT PAPER DELIVERED BY DR YUNUSA TANKO NATIONAL.

diversity and the socio-economic and cultural differences of the people. The politics of numbers must be played with due consideration for justice, fairness and equity. The roughest ethnic push and pull with apparent executive interference had always been in the management and / a long way in defining the image of kogi state in the years ahead. For Alh Yahaya Bello to make a success of his avowed intentions to bring the change that kogi state needs, he must put in place the right policies, programmes and/


Topical Review: Colonial Era to 1787

Plessy Booker T. Washington and DuBois/Garvey/Harlem Renaissance Populists and Progressives not committed Farmers Organizations Grievances Failure in 1890s followed recovery until after WWI Women Rise of suffragettes (goals and strategies) Obstacles (internal and external) 19th Amendment and impact American Indians Reservation Policy Indian Resistance Dawes Act and assimilation Citizens after World War I (1924) Us Intervention In WW1 Isolationist tradition ends because of: A.Wilsonian idealism 1.Democracy/


The European Union. What is it?

Euro Passport Europe Day, 9 May The motto: United in diversity The European Union - Symbols The flag and its history The flag of the European Union: a circle of twelve golden stars on the site hours on a clock face on an azure background. The number of stars is unchanged.                                                           The stars symbolise the ideals of unity, solidarity and harmony among the peoples of Europe.               The originators/


Coach Don Meyer Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery.

to make a child’s life miserable or joyous. I can be a tool of torture or an instrument of inspiration. I can humiliate or humor, hurt or heal. In all situations, it is my response that decides whether a crisis will be escalated or deescalated and a child humanized or dehumanized.” - Haim Ginott Jesus as the Master Teacher was always looking for teachable moments. This makes for unity/


World Associations Global History. Neolithic Revolution Permanent Settlement (Town & Villages) Farming Domestication.

THE PRINCE THE PROTESTANT REFORMATION MARTIN LUTHER PROTEST AGAINST THE CATHOLIC CHURCH END OF RELIGIOUS UNITY IN EUROPE MARTIN LUTHER (1517) 95 THESES SPEAKING OUT ABOUT THE PRACTICE OF SELLING INDULGENCES COUNTER REFORMATION/CATHOLIC REFORMATION COUNCIL OF TRENT IGNATIUS OF LOYOLA AND THE JESUITS REAFFIRM CATHOLIC DOCTRINE BUT REFORM A LITTLE ZHENG HE CHINESE EXPLORATION(EARLY 1400’S) ENDED BECAUSE OF CONFUCIUS BELIEFS ABOUT/


The Future of Human Nature: Promises and Challenges of Revolutions in Genomics and Computer Science Boston University 12-Apr-2003 Ecologies, Economies,

through cloning? “Radial glial cells that lacked a functional form of a transcription factor called Pax6 could not generate neurons. But when Pax6 was introduced into glial precursor cells, these cells started to produce neurons.” (ref)ref Models for education & decision-making Improve our ability to deal with: Uncertainty Complexity Quantitation Exceptions (collect and cherish) Comparisons of diverse entities Translation & integration Continuity over time Automate/


The United States The United States has one of the world’s most diverse population.

separate but equal branches. – Executive, legislative and judicial. Growth, Division and UnityIn the 1800s the United States doubled in size. Growth, Division and Unity – Industrialization also began to boom in the 1800s The first factories arose in the Northeast where waterfalls could power machines. Coal from the Midwest was used to fuel steam engines, making steam power cheap. – Cotton became a major cash crop in the South due to the growing/


A Way of Understanding. Chapter One Outline Chapter 1 Outline

narrative unity in the Bible when it is read as a whole. He says, scholarship has often been “a tearing-down without a putting-back- together.” Fokkelman, 207, insists “the whole has priority over the parts” and that grasping the overall shape of a text enhances readers’ understanding. Fokkelman uses such a narrative approach, identifying the Old Testament as taken up by two extensive narrative complexes. Gunn and Fewell organize/


Splash Screen.

. Global Perspectives What are the differences between the traditional and the new economic goals to promote development in developing nations? Goals have shifted from increasing the GNP to improving people’s lives. Chapter Assessment 8 Critical Thinking 1. Making Comparisons Use a graphic organizer like the one below to compare land ownership in a capitalist system with that in a planned economy. Capitalist system—land is privately owned with/


TEL 319 World Media Systems. The two main questions of this course: What makes countries and their media different? What makes them different along the.

entertain, inform Maintain “unity of the nation,” power privileges, development, entertain, inform “Development:” social engineering and propaganda (indoctrination) /in fact as the systems becomes organized around production for sale more actors will emerge (such as Televisa) that will be better prepared to serve various niche markets What explains US success? The only producer in a world of consumers Aiming at the average viewer and his/her expectations American programming is designed to appeal to diverse/


APUSH REVIEW Age of Jackson An Era of Reform National Growth As found in Barron’s Study Keys EZ-101 American History to 1877 Published 1992.

. The factory system created conditions that stimulated the labor union mov’t. Improvements in transportation and communication helped make possible rapid urban growth. The frontier continued to move westward, leaping the Great Plains to the Pacific. Along with this extraordinary growth, diversity and social disparities increased. The likelihood of conflict in the future was, therefore, enhanced. Theme 53: Opening the West Overview: The mov;t of/


Splash Screen. Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Section 1:Section 1:The Politics of the 1920s Section 2:Section 2:A Growing Economy Section 3:Section.

cooperative individualism President Hoover’s policy of encouraging manufacturers and distributors to form their own organizations and volunteer information to the federal government in an effort to stimulate the economy Vocab3 isolationism a national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs Vocab4 investigation a systematic examination or official inquiry Vocab5 revelation an act of revealing to view or making known Vocab6 mass production the production of large quantities/


Chapter 1 Beginnings of America. Section 1: The World Before 1600 Main Idea: Diverse cultures existed in the Americas, Europe, and Africa before 1600.

diverse in ethnicities and religions (English, Dutch, Scandinavians, Germans, French, Native Americans, and Africans) James later gave a/farms, such as North Carolina Section 3: Colonial Life Main Idea: The American colonies developed politically, culturally, and economically Bell Ringer Why did Molasses matter? To American colonists, Molasses was a vital item. The sticky, sweet syrup, byproduct of sugar processing was used as a sweetener in cakes and pies, and was used to make rum, the most popular drink in/


Chapter 2 Western Civilization. Assyrians, Neo-Babylonians, & Persians 1200 – 330 B.C. 9 th Century B.C. brings large empires Brought diverse people together.

C. brings large empires Brought diverse people together Brought all living in the empire the benefits of higher civilization Single government Single religion New art and literature New technology New trade /farm life Some organized activities Large movements of people Politically fragmented No trade Learned to work with iron since tin and bronze were unavailable After 1100 B.C.: Developed a common basic language Some beginnings of writing Common pattern of religion ( practiced cremation ) Advanced skills in/


Nigeria Chapter 12. 12| 2 Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. SECTION 1 THE MAKING OF THE MODERN NIGERIAN STATE.

MAKING OF THE MODERN NIGERIAN STATE 12| 6 Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. THE MAKING OF THE MODERN NIGERIAN STATE  Politics in Action (Cont’d) –Challenge to manage contentious ethnic and religious diversity in condition of scarcity and/ AND PARTICIPATION  Interests, Social Movements, and Protest Labor, student groups, and women’s organizations have played a major role in Nigerian politics. –Also radical and populist organizations Business groups colluded with corrupt civilian and /


Human Geography of Africa: From Human Beginnings to New Nations Africa is the “cradle of humanity” and has been home to numerous empires. But today, its.

wildlife reserves Image Maintaining Traditional Cultures Cultures of East Africa 160 different ethnic groups in region Masai live in rift valley grasslands of Kenya, Tanzania -herd livestock, farm, make intricate beadwork, jewelry -wear calfskin, buffalo-hide clothes, robes Kikuya are largest Kenyan ethnic group, centered around Mount Kenya -in 1950s they organized Mau Mau society to fight British -British kill 11,000 Africans during Mau Mau/


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