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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:53538
Doc. No:TL23492
Call number:‭1456820‬
Main Entry:Joel O. Olufowote
Title & Author:The impact of alternation. A comparative analysis of satisfaction with and support for democracy: Evidence from Nigeria, Ghana and SenegalJoel O. Olufowote
College:Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
Date:2008
Degree:M.A.
student score:2008
Page No:45
Abstract:The attitude of Africans towards the form of democratization experienced in sub-Saharan Africa is a vastly understudied topic. Do Africans value democracy for the inherent political rights afforded by the concept, or is democracy regarded more as an avenue to other ends, mainly the alleviation from poverty? In addition, how does the type of democracy witnessed in a particular region affect respective perception levels? Using national comparative survey studies conducted in Ghana, Nigeria and Senegal in 2005 as part of the Afrobarometer, I find that democratization levels can in part be found to explain the effects of regime performance factors. At higher levels of democratization, regimes are evaluated more under political considerations. However, at lower levels of democratization, economic factors are found to hold significant explanatory power when assessing attitudes towards democracy.
Subject:Social sciences; Political science; 0615:Political science
Added Entry:F. Solt
Added Entry:Southern Illinois University at Carbondale