Table of contents for Institutions and ethnic politics in Africa / Daniel N. Posner.


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1. Introduction: institutions and ethnic politics
Part I. Accounting for the Ethnic Cleavage Structure: 2. Accounting for Zambia's ethnic cleavage structure I: the emergence of tribal identities in colonial northern Rhodesia
3. Accounting for Zambia's ethnic cleavage structure II: the emergence of language identities in colonial northern Rhodesia
Part II. Accounting for Ethnic Coalition-Building Choices: 4. Ethnicity and ethnic politics in post-independence Zambia
5. Explaining changing patterns of ethnic politics
Part III. Testing the Model: 6. Competing explanations
7. Ethnic campaigning: testing the observable implications of the model for elite behavior
8. Ethnic voting: testing the observable implications of the model for mass behavior
Part IV. Beyond Zambia: 9. Regime change and ethnic politics in Africa
10. Beyond regime change, beyond Africa
Appendix A: Native authorities and tribal identifications
Appendix B: Survey and focus group methodologies
Appendix C: Tribal affiliations of parliamentary candidates
Appendix D: Tribal demographies of electoral constituencies.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Politics, Practical Zambia, Zambia Politics and government, Zambia Ethnic relations Political aspects