African Youth Cultures in a Globalized World: Challenges, Agency and Resistance by Paul Ugor, Lord Mawuko-Yevugah (Hardback, 2015)
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- Author(s)Lord Mawuko-Yevugah,Paul Ugor
- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication11/08/2015
- GenreEconomics: Professional & General
- Series TitleContemporary African Politics
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintAshgate Publishing Limited
- Content NoteIncludes 9 b&w illustrations
- Weight712 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Spine19 mm
- Series Edited byProfessor Nana K. Poku
- Table Of ContentsContents: Introduction: markets, states, and generations: African youth in the age of neoliberal globalization, Paul Ugor; African youth and global resistance to neoliberalism: exploring the dialectics between cosmopolitan and identity politics, Jasper Abembia Ayelazuno; Power and resistance: tertiary education reform and student activism in Ghana, Lord C. Mawuko-Yevugah; Individualization, masculinities and young men in Mozambique, David M. Matsinhe; Youth artivism in Uganda: co-creators of our own becoming, Artivists 4 life, Leslie Robinson and Maria-Carolina Cambre; Oil capitalism, precarity, and youth resistance to slow violence in Nigeria's oil delta, Paul Ugor; Humble living and hustling: youth struggles in Mathare constituency, Nairobi, Wangui Kimari; Information and communication technologies and African youth in a globalized world, Edwin Etieyibo; Dialectics of subversion: protest art and political dissidence in West Africa, Amy Niang; Coz Ov Moni: hip-life, hybridity and contemporary youth culture in Ghana, F. Delali Kumavie; Singing everyday life: placing the Limpopo youth experience in the global imaginary, Irikidzayi Manase; African popular culture and the path of consciousness: hip-hop and the culture of resistance in Nigeria, Wale Adedeji; Gendered spaces: opportunities and challenges of African youth in the context of neoliberal globalization, Justina Dugbazah; Bibliography; Index.
- Author BiographyDr Paul Ugor is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of English at Illinois State University, Bloomington-Normal. His research interests are in African Literatures and Cultures, Postcolonial Studies, and New Media Cultures in the Global South. Lord C. Mawuko-Yevugah is currently based in Accra, Ghana and teaches global development policy and comparative political economy at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA). He is the author of Reinventing Development: Aid Reform and Technologies of Governance in Ghana (Ashgate, July 2014).
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