2 edition of National integration in historical perspective found in the catalog.
National integration in historical perspective
Rabindra Nath Chakraborty
|Statement||Rabindra Nath Chakraborty ; foreword by Binod S. Das.|
|LC Classifications||DS485.B44 C48 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 198 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||85904950|
The challenge of state formation and national integration is evident, and the need for a solution is even more demanding in places like Africa where nation states were formed under very special historical circumstances. In Perspectives on Nation-State Formation in Contemporary Africa, author Godknows Boladei Igali presents a digest that. James E. Katz, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Policy and Politics. Due to its ability to connect quickly to remote areas, the telephone has helped foster national a structural level, it also serves to centralize exercise of political authority while concomitantly circumscribing regional centers of power.
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Africa’s regional integration in historical perspective After independence regional integration became a pillar of Africa’s developmental strategy. Pan-Africanism, an ideology which emphasises continental unity and strong identification with ongoing anti-colonial struggles, was the leitmotif of Africa’s developmental framework. Dynamics of Partition and Unification in Historical Perspective Iris Seri-Hersch July 9th marks the second anniversary of the establishment of the Republic of South Sudan, the 54th member state of the African Union. The partition of Sudan into two states followed a January referendum in which % of southern Sudanese voted for Size: KB.
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This book examines return migration to Italy from the United States from to Many imigrants went to the United States to make money to buy land in Italy, and the Italian government came to see this as the best way of promoting economic modernization at : Hardcover.
National integration in historical perspective: a cultural regeneration in eastern India. The process, problems and frequent failures of national integration are issues of central importance in the contemporary world. The main object of this book is to relate the theory of nationalism to the practice of national integration.
Chapters 2 and 3 contain an outline of the way in which nationalist theory emerged together with an analysis of the criticisms that have been levelled against it. He also shows that when political alliances crosscut ethnic divides and when most ethnic communities are represented at the highest levels of government, the general populace will identify with the nation and its symbols, further deepening national political integration.
Offering a long-term historical perspective and global outlook, Nation Building sheds important new light on the challenges of political integration. The Problems of National Integration in Nigeria: A Historical Perspective Issue 11 of Distinguished lecture series: Author: J. Ade Ajayi: Publisher: Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research, Length: 12 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
Definition of National Integration by different authors: Dr S. Radhakrishna defines that national integration cannot be made by bricks and mortar, mould and hammer, but it quietly grows in people’s minds through education.
The great ideologist and author Myron Weiner, defines “National integration implies the avoidance of divisive movements that will balance the presence of attitudes in. National integration refers to the process by which various components of a nation are brought together into a whole leading to national unity.
Importance of National Integration. Why is National Integration a priority in Kenya. National integration Helps in social and economic development through enhanced national. presented the elements of national integration through a historical, legal and institutional perspective.
The perceptions of national integration as sampled during the field work have enriched the diagnosis making it possible to present the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats relating to national integration and to define the File Size: 1MB. The authors provide lucid perspectives often lacking in books on the travails of the EU.
First, they are informed by a sense of history. Carl Strikwenda reminds us of the considerable integration achieved since World War I and the extent to which economic integration has depended on politics and peace.
Christiane Lemke, Gerard Noiriel, and Michel Offerle show how the modern German and French. Critical perspectives on Nigeria’s socio-political development in the 20th century, (pp), Lagos, Stebak Books. Akinbi, J.O. (): “Corruption in the politics and economy of Nigeria: Implications for national development”, in Nigerian Journal of Economic History (NJEH), Nos 5 & 6, Author: Akinbi Joseph Olukayode.
Integration of immigrants in France: a historical perspective Abstract This article addresses the question of integration in France.
First, we introduce data on immigration, unemployment and discrimination affecting especially young French citizens of non-European descent living in Cited by: 5. National integration is a multi-dimensional concept.
The question of national integration assumes significance because most of the modern states are ethnically heterogeneous. It implies the fostering of nationalism among the people of a : Mirza Asmer Beg, Abdur Raheem Kidwai.
He also shows that when political alliances crosscut ethnic divides and when most ethnic communities are represented at the highest levels of government, the general populace will identify with the nation and its symbols, further deepening national political integration.
Offering a long-term historical perspective and global outlook, Nation Cited by: 6. What makes a national community out of a state. Addressing this fundamental question. Rajagopalan studies national integration from the perspective of three South Asian communities - Tamilians in India, Sindhis in Pakistan, and Tamils in Sri Lanka - that have a history of secessionism in common, but with vastly different outcomes Rajagopalan investigates why integration is relatively.
Dennis M.P. McCarthy, International Economic Integration in Historical Perspective. New York: Routledge, xii + pp. $ (hardcover), ISBN: Review for by John R. Hanson II, Department of Economics, Texas A&M University.
Abstract In multiethnic country, respect of diversity and ethnic equality is a major tool for national integration. To do this, strong good governance and democratic institutions are very important. In line with this, the state structure which is.
This chapter examines the issues, problems and contexts of national integration or the national question in Nigeria. It also discusses the strategies for ensuring national integration, while critically assessing some of the existing constitutional provisions for citizenship in the country.
The chapter is by: 1. Nationalism and national integration. The sources of data are paper that consist books, scientific journals, and mass media which gathered through documentation techniques and discourse.
Mrs Emofonmwan Akhere Jessica. Representative: Commissioner for Finance. Bishop Mathew Kukah. Member, Governing Council. Management Staff. Perspectives on national integration. Hyderabad, [India]: Prakasam Institute of Development Studies: sole distributors, Booklinks Corp., (OCoLC). NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR THE SOCIAL STUDIES (NCSS) first published national curriculum standards in Since then, the social studies standards have been widely and successfully used as a framework for teachers, schools, districts, states, and other nations as a tool for curriculum alignment and development."Corruption in NigeriaAn Historical Perspective," in Africasn Humanities, Humanities and National Building Chapter (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Rina Okonkwo.When early theories of integration were developed there was much discussion in the literature on how to define the concept.
It was for instance discussed whether integration refers to a process or to an end product. Of course the two can be combined. Integration could then be defined as a process that leads to a certain state of Size: KB.