3 edition of Religion, ethnicity, and politics in Uganda found in the catalog.
Religion, ethnicity, and politics in Uganda
Dan M. Mudoola
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Dan M. Mudoola.|
|LC Classifications||DT433.275 .M84 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 120 p. :|
|Number of Pages||120|
|LC Control Number||93980202|
1. Introduction 2. Religion, Secularization and Politics: A Postmodern Conspectus 3. Religious Fundamentalism and Politics 4. Religion and Politics: What is the Impact of September 11 5. Popular Religion and Politics in Sub-Saharan Africa 6. Religion, Ethnicity, and Civil War in Africa: the Cases of Uganda and Sudan 7. was problematic because in its belief system religion and politics could not be separated – meaning that the Muslim world was resistant to secularism and modernization (see pp. –13).File Size: 2MB.
Uganda - Religion. The U.S. government estimates the total population at million (July estimate). According to government data, 85 percent is Christian, 12 percent Muslim, and 3 percent. Uganda has attracted much attention and political visibility for its significant economic recovery after a catastrophic decline. In her groundbreaking book, Aili Mari Tripp provides extensive data and analysis of patterns of political behavior and institutions by focusing on Cited by:
You will also appreciate the role of religion, ethnicity and women in multiparty politics in Uganda. On behalf of the Vice Chancellor, Dr. Barnabas Nawangwe, Principal, College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology (CEDAT) commended the author for a brilliant publication detailing major events that have influenced the political, legal. President Amin deported ab Asians in , and only a few returned to Uganda in the s to claim compensation for their expropriated land, buildings, factories, and estates. In the Asian population in Uganda was estimated at only ab MAJOR ETHNIC GROUPS OF UGANDA.
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Religion, ethnicity, and politics in Uganda by Dan M. Mudoola,Fountain Publishers edition, in English - 2nd : Uganda is a religiously diverse nation with Christianity being the most widely professed religion. According to the census, over 84 percent of the population was Christian while about 14 percent of the population adhered to Islam, making it the largest minority religion.
Inthe northern and west Nile regions were dominated by Roman Catholics, and Iganga District in the east of. the principles behind it, one will not understand the behaviour, politics and even the level of religiosity of Kenyans.
This paper therefore intends to evaluate the relationship between church and politics in Kenya. This paper falls under cross cutting themes like religion, ethnicity and politics.
But in. Identity politics is a very slippery term that has been used to describe different sorts of things over time (see Brunt ).In this entry, identity politics is defined as the use of self-defining psychocultural constructs that give meaning to people’s life such as race, religion, and ethnicity to acquire and exercise political power in Uganda (see Bernstein ).
This is therefore a lesson to all Ugandans of the price that must be paid in the struggle for power that follows when independence is attained but attention and energy are diverted to conflicts of ethnicity, religion and party politics.
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Introduction. Ethnicity is now universally regarded as a key element in the political process in African states. Paradoxically, despite its contemporary currency, the word itself in current usage is recent, first appearing in the Oxford English Dictionary only in In earlier times, African ethnic groups were commonly labeled as “tribes,” a term that has mostly disappeared from.
capacity of identities like ethnicity and religion to inspire political action and division depends largely on the political environment (Eifert et al ; Laitin ). Understanding the relative divisiveness of ethnicity and religion in African politics thus requires additional Size: KB.
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nor in the sense that the predominance of any one religion (e.g. Islam) make a country more prone to conﬂ ict or terrorism. It then proceeds to country case studies of Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Sudan, Somalia, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, providing a brief overview of File Size: 1MB. heterogeneity and the country’s politics has been a reflection of its ethnic plurality.
However, peace, tranquillity, stability, regional economic equity and orderly transfer of political power have been elusive in Uganda.
This paper addresses the role of ethnic identities in the politics of Uganda. (). Religion, ethnicity and civil war in Africa: The cases of Uganda and Sudan. The Round Table: Vol. 96, No.pp. Cited by: “ Ethnicity and the Politics of Land Tenure Reform in Central Uganda.” Commonwealth and Comparative Polit 3: – Grim, Brian J., and Finke, by: 9.
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In addition, ethnicity, identity, conflict, power, democracy, corruption, and governance are often mentioned as issues of interest when examining not only African but also East African politics. Sometimes these issues make it difficult for people within the countries of East Africa to develop appropriate characteristics with which to identify.
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Freedom of religion in the United States is guaranteed in the First Amendment to the United States. Book Description: InThe Roots of Ethnicity, Ronald R. Atkinson argues that although colonial rule and its aftermath have played a major role in shaping the particular manifestations of ethnicity in Africa, many sociohistorical developments crucial to current expressions of ethnicity can be traced to a past long before the colonial on develops his argument through an exhaustive.
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Religion, ethnicity and civil war in Africa: the cases of. By Uganda and Sudan. View Cited by: Ethnicity, identity and politics in Africa: This website (established March, ) brings together a number of Wim van Binsbergen's articles on the social anthropology and intercultural philosophy of ethnicity, identity and politics.
Over the years, he has frequently explored these aspects of African societies: in the course of his extensive ethnographic and historical research in various.Uganda - Uganda - Religion: Uganda’s religious heritage is tripartite: indigenous religions, Islam, and Christianity.
About four-fifths of the population is Christian, primarily divided between Roman Catholics and Protestants (mostly Anglicans but also including Pentecostals, Seventh-day Adventists, Baptists, and Presbyterians). About one-eighth of the population is Muslim.