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Challenges for the Democratisation Process in Tanzania. Moving Towards Consolidation 50 years after independence?


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Title: Challenges for the Democratisation Process in Tanzania. Moving Towards Consolidation 50 years after independence?
Authors: Ewald, Jonas
E-mail: jonas.ewald@lnu.se
Issue Date: 28-Nov-2011
University: Göteborgs universitet. Samhällsvetenskapliga fakulteten
University of Gothenburg. Faculty of Social Sciences
Institution: School of Global Studies, Peace and Development Research ; Institutionen för globala studier, freds- och utvecklingsforskning
Date of Defence: 2011-12-19
Disputation: Monday 19 December 2011, kl 15.00, Hall 420, School of Globala Studies
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy
Publication type: Doctoral thesis
Keywords: Democratisation
Democracy
Tanzania
Public sector reform
Economic Reforms
Election
Substantive democracy
iron-triangle
Zanzibar
opposition
political parties
opposition parties
ruling party
civil society
trade unions
media
parliament
member of parliament
democratic culture
political change
accountability
horizontal accountability
vertical acountabiliti
social accountability
balance executive, representative and judiciary
executive
presidentialism
singleparty system
multiparty
consolidation of democracy
interface
interface between economic, administrative and economic reforms
governance
local government
local government reforms
Mtaa
Vitongoji
poverty
poverty reduction
mining
Kinondoni
Pangani
Dar es Salaam
East Africa
Subsaharan Africa
Great Lakes
corruption
Human rights
Development state
Development theory
Peace and development
frustration gaps
conflict
transformation
decision-making
aid
international development cooperation
role of donors
ownership
drivers seat
democracy support
economic and political development
capability
Amartya Sen
aidpolicy
aid intervention
empowerment
inclusive development
broad economic development
sustainable
poverty and conflict
Political Society
Civil Society
Economic society
state
state-capacity
CCM
CHADEMA
CUF
NCCR
Nyerere
Mkapa
Kikwete
Lipumba
Slaa
Baregu
Abstract: Tanzania has been independent in 2011 for 50 years. While most neighbouring states have gone through violent conflicts, Tanzania has managed to implement extensive reforms without armed political conflicts. Hence, Tanzania is an interesting case for Peace and Development research. This thesis analyses the political development in Tanzania since the introduction of the multiparty system in 1992, with a focus on the challenges for the democratisation process in connection with the 2000 and 2005... more
ISBN: 978-91-628-84800-0
Description: Jonas Ewald is a senior lecturer and researcher in Peace and Development Studies and Africa Studies. His main research areas are democratisation and its linkages to development, conflicts and post-conflict management, with a focus on East Africa/Great Lakes Region – and Tanzania and Rwanda in particular. A second research area is international political economy and its implication for conflicts and development. He has also research on various aspects of human och economic rights for poor people, as well as children's rights.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/27960
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