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Africa and Democracy

Publications arranged by name.

Peter Burnell

  • BURNELL, P. 2013. 'Democratisation in the Middle East and North Africa: Perspectives from Democracy Support', Third World Quarterly, Vol. 34 (5), pp. 838-55. Link to article (Journal website).
  • BURNELL, P. 2012. 'External accountability meets accountability assistance : the case of legislative strengthening in Africa'. In: Chirwa, Danwood and Nijzink, Lia, (eds.) Accountable government in Africa : perspectives from public law and political studies (pp. 274-293). New York (NY): United Nations University Press. Link to publication (Publisher's website).
  • BURNELL, P. 2008. 'The relationship of accountable governance and constitutional implementation, with reference to Africa'. Journal of Politics and Law, 1, pp. 10-24. Link to publication (Journal website).
  • BURNELL, P. 2007. 'Political parties in Africa: different, functional and dynamic?' In: Basedau, M., Erdmann, G. & Mehler, A. (eds.) Votes, Money and Violence. Political Parties and Elections in Sub-Saharan Africa. Uppsala; Scottsville: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet; University of Kwazulu Press. Link to publication (Google Books).
  • BURNELL, P. 2005. 'From low-conflict polity to democratic civil peace: explaining Zambian exceptionalism'. African Studies, 64, pp. 107-33. Link to publication (Journal website).
  • BURNELL, P. 2002. 'Parliamentary committees in Zambia's Third Republic: partial reforms; unfinished agenda'. Journal of Southern African Studies, 28 (2). pp. 291-313. Link to publication (Journal website).
  • BURNELL, P. 2001. 'Financial indiscipline in Zambia's Third Republic: the role of parliamentary scrutiny'. Journal of Legislative Studies, 7 (3), pp. 34-64. Link to publication (Journal website).

Renske Doorenspleet

  • DOORENSPLEET, R. and NIJZINK, L. 2013. 'Why some dominant parties endure and others do not'. In: Doorenspleet, Renske and Nijzink, L. (eds.) One-Party Dominance in African Democracies. Boulder (CO): Lynne Rienner Publishers. Link to publication (Publisher's website).
  • DOORENSPLEET, R. and NIJZINK, L. 2013. 'One-party dominance in African democracies : a framework for comparative analysis'. In: Doorenspleet, Renske and Nijzink, L. (eds.) One-Party Dominance in African Democracies. Boulder (CO): Lynne Rienner Publishers. Link to publication (Publisher's website).
  • DOORENSPLEET, R. and NIJZINK, L. 2013. One-party dominance in African democracies. Boulder (CO): Lynne Rienner Publishers. Link to publication (Publisher's website).
  • DOORENSPLEET, R. 2012. ‘Critical Citizens, Democratic Support and Satisfaction in African Democracies’ in International Political Science Review, 33 (3), pp. 279-300. Link to publication (Journal website).
  • DOORENSPLEET, R. and NIJZINK, L. 2011. 'Patterns of one-party dominance in African democracies : how one-party dominant systems endure and decline'. In: IPSA-ECPR Joint Conference 2011 : Whatever Happened to North-South?, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, 16-19 Feb 2011 (Unpublished). Link to event (event website).
  • DOORENSPLEET, R. and NIJZINK, L. 2011. 'Patterns of one-party dominance in Africa’s democracies'. In: Centre for Studies in Democratisation 2011 : Party systems and the future of democracy in sub-Saharan Africa, Centre for Studies in Democratisation, University of Warwick, 22-24 Sep 2011 (Unpublished). Link to event (CSD website)
  • DOORENSPLEET, R. 2010. 'How people view democracy in Africa'. In: Africa@Warwick conference, University of Warwick, Coventry, 15-16 Jan 2010 (Unpublished). Link to event (includes podcasts).
  • DOORENSPLEET, R. 2010. 'Dissatisfied democrats in Africa : critical citizens, democratic support and satisfaction in African democracies'. Invited Speaker : Politics department, Surrey University, Politics department, Surrey University, 17 Feb 2010 (Unpublished). Link to WRAP (Internal website).
  • DOORENSPLEET, R. 2010. 'Explaining one-party dominance in Africa'. In: Law and politics in Africa's one-party dominant regimes : an international conference, Centre for studies in Democratisation and School of Law, Warwick University, 10-13 Sep 2010 (Unpublished). Link to event (CSD website).
  • DOORENSPLEET, R. 2005. 'Citizens’ support for legislature and democratic consolidation: comparative study with special focus on Mali'. In: SALIH, M. M. A. (ed.) African Parliaments. Between Governance and Government. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Link to Publication (Publisher's website).
  • DOORENSPLEET, R. 2003. ‘Political Parties, Party Systems and Democracy in Sub-Saharan Africa’, in: Salih, M. O. (ed.) African Political Parties: Evolution, Institutionalisation and Governance, London : Pinto. Link to Publication (Publisher's website).

Gabrielle Lynch

  • LYNCH, G. 2012. Democratization in Africa : challenges and prospects. Oxon; New York: Routledge. Link to Publication (Publisher's website).
  • LYNCH, G. 2012. 'Becoming indigenous in the pursuit of justice : the African commission on human and peoples' rights and the endorois'. African Affairs, 111 (442). pp. 24-45. Link to publication (Journal website).
  • LYNCH, G. 2011. 'The wars of who belongs where : the unstable politics of autochthony on Kenya's Mt Elgon'. Ethnopolitics, 10 (3-4). pp. 391-410. Link to publication (Journal website).
  • LYNCH, G. 2011. 'Electoral violence and democracy in Kenya'. In: Schwarzmantel, John and Kraetzschmar, Hendrik, (eds.) Democracy and violence : global debates and local challenges. Basingstoke: Routledge. Link to publication (Publisher's website).
  • LYNCH, G. 2011. 'Democratization in Africa 1990-2010: an assessment'. Democratization 18 (2), pp. 275-310. Link to publication (Journal website).
  • LYNCH, G. 2011. 'Kenya's new indigenes : negotiating local identities in a global context'. Nations and Nationalism, 17 (1). pp. 148-167. Link to publication (Journal website).
  • LYNCH, G. 2011. I say to you : ethnic politics and the Kalenjin in Kenya. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Link to publication (Publisher's website).
  • LYNCH, G. 2009 'Durable solution, help or hindrance? The failings and unintended implications of relief and recovery efforts for Kenya's post-election IDPs'. Review of African Political Economy, 36 (122). pp. 604-610. Link to publication (Journal website).
  • LYNCH, G. 2008. 'Moi: The Making of an African 'Big-Man'. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 2 (1) pp. 18-43. Link to publication (Journal website).
  • LYNCH, G. 2008. 'Courting the Kalenjin : the failure of dynasticism and the strength of the ODM wave in Kenya's Rift Valley province'. African Affairs, 107 (429). pp. 541-568. Link to publication (Journal website).
  • LYNCH, G. 2007. 'Negotiating ethnicity : identity politics in contemporary Kenya'. Review of African Political Economy, 33 (107). pp. 49-65. Link to publication (JSTOR website).
  • LYNCH, G. 2006. 'The Fruits of Perception: 'Ethnic Politics' and the Case of Kenya's Constitutional Referendum'. African Studies, 65 (2), pp. 233-270.