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Making War in Cote D'Ivoire

ISBN-10: 0226514609
ISBN-13: 9780226514604
Edition: 2010
Authors: Mike McGovern
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List price: $29.00
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Publication date: 7/15/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

Mike McGovern is an assistant sports editor and columnist for the Reading Eagle and Reading Times in Reading, PA. He lives in Pennsylvania.

List of Figures
Glossary of Acronyms
Preface and Acknowledgments
Introduction: Socialists and Skinheads
Abidjan, 2003
C�te d'lvoire and the Politics of Identity
A Chronology of the Crisis
Plan of the Book
Pillage and Principle: Making Distinctions in a Frontier Zone
Ecology and Economy
The Politics of Ressentiment
Strangers and Hosts Along the Upper Guinea Coast
The Rights of the Autochthones and Imposition of the State in the Cocoa-producing West
Planters, but Not Mediocre Planters
Autochthones' Prerogatives and the Fantasy of 'Turning the Clock Back to Zero'
'On Peut Instrumentaliser Une R�alit�': The Development of an Ivorian Politics of Ressentiment
Violence as Discourse, Violence as Practice
Decolonisation and dramaturgy
The 'Problem' of African Youth
FESCI and Its Alumni
Free Money: The Transition from Zouglou to Coup� D�cal�
'This is Play'
'La Deuxi�me Guerre D'ind�pendance' and the Rhetoric of Revolution
'Is this Play?' The Media and the Events of November 2004
Does it Matter if this is Play?
Following the Money: The Cocoa-coffee Fili�re
The History of the Fili�re
Intergenerational Tensions
The Fili�re Restructured and Ready to do Business
From 'L'or Brun' to 'L'or Noir': The Reintroduction of Oil Production in the Ivorian Political Economy
Neither War Nor Peace: The Sociology of a State of Emergency
What Causes Civil Conflict in West Africa?
Case Study: The Third Assistant to the Mayor of Guiglo
Checkpoint Ethnography: Economic Gain and the Threat of Violence
Manchester in Guiglo?
Looking Ahead
History and Agency
When Does War Fail?

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