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A Comparative Survey of Igbo and Yoruba World View and Social Values
A Comparative Survey of Igbo and Yoruba World View and Social Values
N250.00
A Survey of Socio-Anthropological Thoughts for African Students (3rd Ed)
A Survey of Socio-Anthropological Thoughts for African Students (3rd Ed)
N750.00
Conflict and Development in the Niger Delta: Sociological Perspectives
Conflict and Development in the Niger Delta: Sociological Perspectives
N2,500.00
Poverty in Africa: An Introduction to the Sociology of Underdevelopment
Poverty in Africa: An Introduction to the Sociology of Underdevelopment
N2,500.00
State & Development in the Third World
State & Development in the Third World
N2,000.00
Peasants and Politicians in the Nigerian Food Crisis
Peasants and Politicians in the Nigerian Food Crisis
N2,000.00
Bricks of Culture
Bricks of Culture
N1,000.00
Trade, Class and Ethnic Identity: An Analysis of Ethnicity among the Igbo
Trade, Class and Ethnic Identity: An Analysis of Ethnicity among the Igbo
N2,000.00
A Comparative Survey of Igbo and Yoruba World View and Social Values
A Comparative Survey of Igbo and Yoruba World View and Social Values
Author: Michael S. O. Olisa

ISBN: 978-022-138-7

Year: 2014

Pagination: 64

This cross-cultural survey reveals facts that will help anybody understand why the Igbo and Yoruba behave the way they do. The differences notwithstanding, their leaders can cooperate to rescue Nigeria politically.
A Comparative Survey of Igbo and Yoruba World View and Social Values
N250.00
A Survey of Socio-Anthropological Thoughts for African Students (3rd Ed)
A Survey of Socio-Anthropological Thoughts for African Students (3rd Ed)
Author: P-J Ejeh

ISBN: 978-022-273-1

Year: 2010

Pagination: 158

This book sketches the diverse configurations from the earliest days to the present of the protean field of knowledge variously known as social or cultural Anthropology or Ethnology. The book has deliberately been given an African orientation by drawing attention to the contributions of scholars, ancient and modern, to the subjects which engage the twin disciplines of Sociology and Social Anthropology.
A Survey of Socio-Anthropological Thoughts for African Students (3rd Ed)
N750.00
Conflict and Development in the Niger Delta: Sociological Perspectives
Conflict and Development in the Niger Delta: Sociological Perspectives
Author: Edited by Mark Anikpo

ISBN: 978-022-262-6

Year: 2015

Pagination: 304

The central focus in this collection of essays by Professor Anikpo, his former doctoral students and staff of the University of Port Harcourt’s CENTECS is a reflection of the concern for the paradox of underdevelopment in a resource-rich region like the Niger Delta. The analyses presented cover theoretical, historical and empirical issues associated with the conflict and the role they play in the development process.
Conflict and Development in the Niger Delta: Sociological Perspectives
N2,500.00
Poverty in Africa: An Introduction to the Sociology of Underdevelopment
Poverty in Africa: An Introduction to the Sociology of Underdevelopment
Author: Mark Anikpo

ISBN: 978-022-266-9

Year: 2017

Pagination: 360

The book traces the connections between the social relations of production in precolonial Africa and the colonial and capitalist undermining of the traditional African economies. It shows the enormous potentials of the African continent in human and material resources and how the incorporation of Africa into a global capitalist orbit altered the traditional African modes of production and set the continent on a historical course charted by Europeans for their own benefit.
Poverty in Africa: An Introduction to the Sociology of Underdevelopment
N2,500.00
State & Development in the Third World
State & Development in the Third World
Author: Mark Anikpo

ISBN: 978-022-267-7

Year: 2017

Pagination: 240

To deal with the role of the State in its contemporary form in the development process. Specific case studies of Pakistan, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Zaire and Nigeria are used to illustrate issues that have influenced development strategies these nations adopted in order to help the reader understand what is happening in the entire Third World. The mediation of class interests in the role of the state and the ideological considerations that guide state intervention are also analysed and discussed.
State & Development in the Third World
N2,000.00
Peasants and Politicians in the Nigerian Food Crisis
Peasants and Politicians in the Nigerian Food Crisis
Author: Mark Anikpo

ISBN: 978-2269-90-5

Year: 2017

Pagination: 250

This book shows how the faulty agricultural policies of the ruling classes and activities of oil companies have brought about the food crisis we have today. The book presents a paradigm for the formulation of an appropriate food policy and the conditions for a successful mobilization of peasants to achieve food sufficiency in Nigeria.
Peasants and Politicians in the Nigerian Food Crisis
N2,000.00
Bricks of Culture
Bricks of Culture
Author: P. J. Ezeh

ISBN: 978-022-299-5

Year: 2017

Pagination: 135

Without a sound fieldwork which ethnography makes possible, it is impossible to understand the autochthonous institutions of any human group, and without these institutions culture cannot exist. This book introduces the two subjects that are fundamental to the study of social or cultural anthropology.
Bricks of Culture
N1,000.00
Trade, Class and Ethnic Identity: An Analysis of Ethnicity among the Igbo
Trade, Class and Ethnic Identity: An Analysis of Ethnicity among the Igbo
Author: Mark Anikpo

ISBN: 978-2269-69-7

Year: 2018

Pagination: 200

This book first addresses the theoretical reductionism that has characterized the analysis of ethnicity and presented it teleologically as a dependent variable perceptible only in the analyses of political or class confrontations. Thereafter it goes on, through an analysis of trade in pre-colonial, colonial and post-colonial Nigeria to show that the awakening of the Igbo people to their common ethnic identity is not simply a colonial creation. The book clearly shows how ethnicity can be ameliorated in Nigeria.
Trade, Class and Ethnic Identity: An Analysis of Ethnicity among the Igbo
N2,000.00
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