Browsing Department of Comparative Politics by Subject "Africa"
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Defining the playing field: A framework for analysing fairness in access to resources, media and the law (Springer, 2016-02)The playing field is a concept often used to describe level of fairness in electoral competition. With Levitsky and Way’s definition of the playing field as a case in point, this paper takes a critical look at existing ...Journal article
A Postmaterialist Explanation for Homophobia in Africa: Multilevel Analysis of Attitudes Towards Homosexuals in 33 African Countries (The University of Bergen, 2018-06-26)This thesis advances a modified version of Inglehart’s Postmaterialist thesis as an explanation for homophobia in Africa. My argument is that economic development substantially contributes to creating a Postmaterialist ...Master thesis