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role of traditionalism in the political modernization of Ghana and Uganda
David E. Apter
|Other titles||World politics.|
|Statement||by David E. Apter.|
|Series||The Bobbs-Merrill reprint series in the social sciences -- PS-314|
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The Role of Traditionalism in the Political Modernization of Ghana and Uganda* - Volume 13 Issue 1 - David E.
APTER S OCIAL analysts have long been preoccupied with those features of traditional culture and belief which affect the direction of change and the receptivity of a society to innovation.
In spite of the very con. The Politics of Modernization: An Appraisal of David Apter's Contributions Show all authors. Gianfranco Pasquino. "The role of traditionalism in the political modernization of Ghana and Uganda." World Politics 12 (October): Cited by: 2.
Coverage: (Vol. 1, No. 1 - Vol. 66, No. 4) Moving Wall: 5 years The Role of Traditionalism in The Political Modernization of Ghana and Uganda. The Role of Traditionalism in The Political Modernization of Ghana and Uganda (pp.
Consummatory traditionalism, on the other hand, uses religion and religious. values as a "cognitive guide" for nearly all aspects of life. The society has a pyramidal. leadership structure, which leads to a high level of political and social : Ryan S.
Babiuch. Also see Apter's, ‘The Role of Traditionalism in the Political Modernization of Ghana and Uganda,’ in World Politics (Princeton), XIII, 10pp. 45 – Page note 1 The writer is indebted to Mary Eaton Read Nicholson and Richard Simpson for helpful comment and criticism on this portion of the by: Book.
Boateng, F. An examination of the state's role in Ghana's higher education system: Status qu October The Role of Traditionalism in the Political Modernization of. Traditional Values and Modernization Challenges in Forming Urban and Rural Culture When, on the other hand, we face the nondialectic conception of tradition, when we become witnesses of its abuse, then it takes over traditionalism significances, by getting a predominantly negative by: 7.
The anthropologist Susan Reynolds Whyte wrote a brilliant book in the late s that looks at how people in Uganda deal with ill-health and life's problems.
It is called Questioning Misfortune. Others could be called ‚village republics™. Traditional forms of landholding also vary enormously in Ghana.
The main contrast is between those societies where political jurisdiction and control over land are linked, and those where the ultimate land owners (holders of the ‚allodial title™) are Size: 61KB. Many of these political processes and events emanate from sources in the national governmental structure of Tanzania and the national party organization, the Tanganyika African National Union (TANU).
To analyse the political structure of Ugogo today without reference to the wider political context would be by: 4. Apter, D. The role of traditionalism in the political modernization of Ghana and Uganda.
World Politics,13, 45– Google Scholar. Apter, D. Political development and political engineering. Bloomington, Ind.: Comparative Administration Group, American Society for Public Administration, eBook Packages Springer Cited by: 4.
14 Apter, Political Kingdom in Uganda. 15 These points are made in my study Tanzania: “The Role of Traditionalism in the Political Modernization of Ghana and Uganda,” World Politics, XIII (October ), 45 Cited by: 6. in change: The Role of Traditionalism in the Political Modernisation of Ghana and Uganda, by David E.
Apter of California University, Berkeley; The Predicament of the Modern African Chief, an Instance from Uganda, by Lloyd Fallers of Princeton University; Traditional Authority and Social.
Colonialism and Development in Africa. Authors; Authors and affiliations It shared with its imperial rival assumptions about economic growth, planning, and the primary role of the state.
This is a preview of Apter, David. “The Role of Traditionalism in the Political Modernization of Ghana and Uganda.” World Polit no. 1 ( Cited by: 1.
Thus, political modernisation includes: (a) Increase in the capacity of the political system to find and utilize the resources of the society. (b) Increase in the need for coordinated social action to solve all kinds of problems that a political system faces and (c) Increase in political participation.
1 "David E. Apter, "The Role of Traditionalism in the Political Modernization of Ghana and Uganda," World Politics, XIII (October, ), ; Robert Bellah, "Reflections on the Protestant Ethic Analogy in Asia," Journal of Social Issues, XIX (January, ), ; Robert Bellah (ed.), Religion and Progress in Modem Asia (New York: Free Press.
See also, Apter, “The Role of Traditionalism in the Political Modernization of Ghana and Uganda,” World Politics, xiii (October ), 45 – Consult also Anderson, Charles W., Von der Mehden, Fred R., and Young, Crawford, Issues of Political Development (Englewood Cliffs ).Cited by: Society, Culture and Modernization in Ghana.
Lecturer: Professor G. Nukunya. Lecture Hours: Tuesdays, ampm. Contact Information:[email protected] Course Description: The course takes the perspective that an understanding of contemporary Ghanaian society.
The Role of Traditionalism in the Political Modernization of Ghana and Uganda. Book Reviews: Social Change at Larteh, Ghana. the region is most likely to play a key role in the world’s.Uganda, the ‘Pearl of Africa’, sits astride the equator in Eastern Africa.
At the time of independence inafter 68 years of British rule, Uganda had one of the most vibrant and promising.Accra, Ghana: Institute of Adult Education, University of Ghana, Legon.
Apter, D. The role of traditionalism in the political modernization of Ghana and Uganda.