NUMBER 37-38 / 1996 / CONTENTS
SPECIAL DOUBLE ISSUE:
THE NEW RELEVANCE OF TRADITIONAL
AUTHORITIES TO AFRICA'S FUTURE
Guest Editors: E. Adriaan B. van Rouveroy van Nieuwaal
and Donald I. Ray
About the contributors | text |
The New Relevance of Traditional Authorities in Africa:
The Conference; Major Themes; Reflections on Chieftaincy in
Africa; Future Directions. [Pages 1-38]
Donald I. Ray and
E. Adriaan B. van Rouveroy van Nieuwaal | article(pdf)|
| article (htm) |
State and Chiefs:
Are Chiefs mere Puppets? [Pages 39-78]
E. Adriaan B. van Rouveroy van Nieuwaal | article (pdf) |
| article (htm) |
From Administrative to Civil Chieftaincy:
Some Problems and Prospects of African Chieftaincy.
Authority versus Power:
Democracy in Africa must Include Original African Institutions.
The Development of Chiefly Authority in the Western High Atlas
Mountains of Morocco, 1890-1990. [Pages 123-153]
Position and Role of Peasant Communities in the Struggle Against
the Desertification Process in the Sahel. [Pages 155-180]
Traditional Authority and the State in Ghana. [Pages 181-202]
An Abandoned Project?
The Nuances of Chieftaincy, Development and History in Ghana's
Volta Region. [Pages 203-225]
Women Chiefs and Power in the Volta Region of Ghana.
Lynne Brydon | article (pdf) | article (htm) |
The Articulation of the Moose Traditional Chieftaincies, the
Modern Political System, and the Economic Development of
Kaya Region, Burkina Faso. [Pages 249-261]
Jean‑Baptiste Ouedraogo | article (pdf) | article (htm) |
Maroon Leadership and the Surinamese State (1760-1990).
Laws in Competition:
Traditional Maroon Authorities within Legal Pluralism in
Jamaica. [Pages 279-305]
Chiefs and the Problem of Witchcraft:
Varying Patterns in South and West Cameroon. [Pages 307-327]
Chieftaincy, Labour Control and Capitalist Development in
Cameroon. [Pages 329-346]
A new Venture of Zimbabwe's Traditional Custodians of the
Land. [Pages 347-376]
The State and National Identity in Lesotho. [Pages 377-405]
Traditional Leaders in South Africa's new Democracy.
© The Publishers of the Journal of Legal Pluralism and Authors, 1996.ISSN 0732-9113