African Journal of
Political Science and International Relations

  • Abbreviation: Afr. J. Pol. Sci. Int. Relat.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1996-0832
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJPSIR
  • Start Year: 2007
  • Published Articles: 383

Review

Cultural hegemony and Africa’s development process

Iwara Eno Iwara
  • Iwara Eno Iwara
  • Lead City University, Ibadan, Nigeria.
  • Google Scholar


  •  Received: 11 April 2014
  •  Accepted: 28 March 2015
  •  Published: 30 April 2015

References

Adefuye (1992). Culture and Foreign Policy: the Nigerian Experience, Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, Lagos.
 
Ake C (1996). Democracy and Development in Africa, Washington D.C.: The Brookings Institution.
 
Akinjide R (2010). "The Risk of Implosion", Convocation Lecture, Lead City University, Ibadan.
 
Aligwekwe PE (2002). Culture, Religion in the Nigerian Socio-Political System, Umuahia: Ark Publishers.
 
Alexander IU (2008:46) The Linguistic Situation in Nigeria And Its Implications for Sustainable Development, an Inaugural Lecture, University of Ibadan.
 
Ayantayo JK (2000). 'Forward', in Rediscovering Our Identity as Africans, Ibadan: Scheon Publishers.
 
Davidson B (1969). The African Genius, Mass Little, Boston pp. 26-39.
 
Diop CA (1956). Cultural Contributions and Prospects of Africa, Presence Africanie, pp. 8,9.
 
Eteng I (1997). "The Nigerian State, Oil Exploration and Community Interests: Issues and Perspectives in Oil Exploration and Exploitation: The State and Crises in Nigeria's Oil-Bearing Enclave", Adewunmi, F., (ed), Fredrich Ebert Foundation, Lagos, Nigeria, pp.1-30.
 
Greenberg JH (1963). Language, Culture and Communication, Stanford: Stanford University.
 
Iwara IE (2009). Themes in Modern Political Economy, College Press, Jericho, Ibadan, Nigeria.
 
Michael T, Donald L (1980). A History of Africa 1840-1880, London Sydney: Hodder and Stoughton.
 
Nwoke CN (2013:21) Rich land; poor people: The Political Economy of Mineral Resource Endowment in a Peripheral Capitalist State . 3rd inaugural lecture Lead City University, Ibadan.
 
Obemeata J (1992). Language and the Intelligence of the Blackman, Ibadan: University Press.
 
Odugu D (2001), "Psychological Hangovers of the African Predicament" NAPSSEC J. Afr. Philosophy, 1:40-58.
 
Okorie F.(2001) ''The crisis of Authencity'', in NAPSSEC J. philosophy, Ibadan, 1:66
 
Payne JP, Nassar JR (2006) Politics and Culture in The Developing World, 2nd Edition, Pearson Longman, New York.
 
Rodney W (1972), How Europe Underdeveloped Africa, London: Boggle Louverture Publications.
PMid:5045713 PMCid:PMC2370503
 
Sannah L (1993). "Encouraging the West: Christianity and Global Cultural Process", The African Dimension, London: Marshall Pickering.
 
Senghor L (1976). Negritude and Humanism in Prose and Poetry, London: Heinemann.
 
St. Augustine A (1958). "City of God" cited in Bourke J. (ed), New York:.Image Books.
 
UNESCO (1994). Culture and Development, (Paris UNESCO).
 
Utietiang, B. U. (2000), Rediscovering Our Identity as Africans, Ibadan: Scheon Publishers.