Citations Afrobarometer

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Journal Article
Lieberman, Evan, Philip Martin, and Nina McMurry. "When Do Strong Parties “Throw the Bums Out”? Competition and Accountability in South African Candidate Nominations." Studies in Comparative International Development (2021).
Working Paper
Jahnke, Bjorn. "How does petty corruption affect tax morale in sub-Saharan Africa." UNU WIDER Working Paper 8 , no. 8 (2017).
Journal Article
Langer, Arnim, Frances Stewart, Kristien Smedts, and Leila Demarest. "Conceptualising and measuring social cohesion in Africa: Towards a perceptions-based index." Social Indicators Research 131, no. 1 (2017): 321-343.
Book Section
Eerd V, Jonathan. "Party system responsiveness in contemporary Botswana, Lesotho, Ghana and Mali." The quality of democracy in Africa (2017).
Journal Article
Cheeseman, Nic, Gabrielle Lynch, and Justin Willis. "Ghana: The ebbing power of incumbency." Journal of Democracy 28, no. 2 (2017): 92-104.
Working Paper
Moscona, Jacob, Nathan Nunn, and James a Robinson. "Social structure and conflict." Brown University Working Paper (2017).
Journal Article
Breuer, Anita, and Edward Asiedu. "Can gender-targeted employment interventions help enhance community participation? Evidence from urban Togo." World Development (2017).
Journal Article
Ng, C, L{\'o}pez, Pritchard, and Deng. "Posttraumatic stress disorder, trauma, and reconciliation in South Sudan." Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology (2017).
Book Section
Eerd V, Jonathan. "The quality of democracy in Africa." Comparative historical explanation of contemporary opposition competitiveness degrees in four crucial cases (2017).
Journal Article
Baniamin, Hasan M, and Ishtiaq Jamil. "Dynamics of Corruption and Citizens’ Trust in Anti-Corruption Agencies in Three South Asian Countries." Public Organization Review (2017).
Report
Grossman, Shelby, and Dan Honig. These are my people: Ethnic and class based discrimination in Lagos. : Forthcoming, World Development, 2017.
Report
Escriba-Folch, Abel, Covadonga Meseguer, and Joseph Wright. Remittances and protest in dictatorships. 2017.
Thesis or Dissertation
Dineva, Ani. "The making of democrats in sub-saharan Africa: Education and political culture in Malawi and Ghana." Masters Thesis, Leiden University, 2017.
Journal Article
Jacobs, David, and Thomas Isbell. "Rejoining the AU, Moroccans bring decidedly mixed attitudes toward regional integration." Afrobarometer Dispatch No. 137 (2017).
Journal Article
Shai, Kgothatso B, and Tawanda S Nyawasha. "A critical appraisal of the post-cold war United States of America’s foreign policy towards Kenya: An afrocentric perspective." Commonwealth Youth and Development 14, no. 2 (2017): 151-169.
Working Paper
Ananyev, Maxim, and Michael Poyker. "Nation-building and civil conflict: Theory and evidence from Boko Haram and Tuareg insurgencies." Afrobarometer working papers no. 130 (2017).
Journal Article
Whitehouse, Bruce. "Political participation and mobilization after Mali’s 2012 coup." African Studies Review 60, no. 1 (2017): 15-35.
Journal Article
Kopf, Andreas, and Thomas Isbell. "Senegal’s corruption court seen as building trust in government, but credibility weakened by bias." Afrobarometer Dispatch No. 136 (2017).
Journal Article
Logan, Carolyn. "Ambitious SDG goal confronts challenging realities: Access to justice is still elusive for many Africans." Afrobarometer Policy Paper No. 39 (2017).
Journal Article
Kabote J, Samwel. "Perceived corruption and quality of health services in Mbeya urban district, Mbeya region Tanzania." International Journal of Social Science Research 5, no. 1 (2017): 150-164.
Book
Wong Y, Mathew. Democratization. 2017.
Book
Paret, Marcel, Carin Runciman, and Luke Sinwell. Southern resistance in critical perspective: The politics of protest in South Africa's contentious democracy. New York: Routledge, 2017.
Book
McCauley F, John. The logic of ethnic and religious conflict in Africa. : Cambridge University Press, 2017.
Book Section
Fortin-Rittberger, Jessica. "Parties, governments and elites." Strong presidents for weak States. How weak state capacity fosters vertically concentrated executives (2017).
Journal Article
Gameel, Bahaa, Shuning Lu, Hyeri Jung, and Thomas J Johnson. "Putting out fire with gasoline in Tahrir square: Revisiting the gamson hypothesis." International Journal of Communication (2017).
Book Section
Fortin-Rittberger, Jessica. "Strong Presidents for Weak States. How Weak State Capacity Fosters Vertically Concentrated Executives." Parties, Governments and Elites (2017).
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