Political Parties and National Integration in Tropical Africa

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James S. Coleman, Carl G. Rosberg
University of California Press, 1970 - 730 páginas
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Introduction i
11
ivory coast by Aristide R Zolberg
65
sierra leone by Martin Kilson
90
cameroun by Victor T Le Vine
132
guinea by Victor D Du Bois
186
mali by Thomas Hodgkin and Ruth Schachter
216
ghana by David E Apter
259
voluntary associations by Immanuel Wallerstein
318
Liberia by J Gus Liebenow
448
Zanzibar by Michael F Lofchie
482
somali republic by A A Castagno Jr
512
congo leopoldville by Rene Lemarchand
560
Nigeria by Richard L Sklar and C S Whitaker Jr
597
Conclusions
655
Select Bibliography
692
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trade unions by Elliot J Berg and Jeffrey Butler
340

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James S. Coleman is an American sociologist who has focused much of his work on mathematical sociology. His areas of interest have been social conflict, collective decision making, and the sociology of education. He received his Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1955 and taught at Johns Hopkins University. Coleman is best known for heading a commission charged by the federal government with investigating the lack of educational opportunities for minorities in public schools. The document produced by the commission, Equity of Educational Opportunity (1966), is better known as the Coleman Report. It indicated that student achievement has more to do with family background and peer environment than with school resources. The Coleman Report became the basis for the institution of student busing to achieve racial integration in public schools.

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