Hannah Arendt On Violence Vis-À-Vis The Quest For Political Power Through Violence In Nigeria

Hannah Arendt On Violence Vis-À-Vis The Quest For Political Power Through Violence In Nigeria

GENERAL INTRODUCTION

1.1          STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

While trying to echo Max Weber’s definition of state, C.W Mills categorically defined politics as a struggle for power and the ultimate form of power is violence.[1]  This equation of power and violence seems to corroborate the earlier postulations of the Chinese dictator Mao Tse-tung that power grows out of Continue reading Hannah Arendt On Violence Vis-À-Vis The Quest For Political Power Through Violence In Nigeria

Social Media Use In Political Campaign In Anambra State

Social Media Use In Political Campaign In Anambra State (A Study Of 2015 Senatorial Election In

Aguata L.G.A)

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

  • Background of the Study

The emergence of the internet as the new mass medium of the 21st century now changes the mass media substantially. Information can be distributed at high speed, low cost and broad scope as a result; there is egalitarian access to the production and the consumption of news (Prat and Stromberg, 2011). Continue reading Social Media Use In Political Campaign In Anambra State

Causes and Consequences of Political Hooliganism in 2011 General Elections

Causes and Consequences of Political Hooliganism in 2011 General Elections in Bauchi State.

SCOPE OF THE STUDY

This study covered the fourth Republic particularly the 2011-General election. The study lay emphasis on the causes and consequences of political hooliganism in Bauchi State. It hinges on those areas that poses threats and resulted in violence in the 2011-General Elections in Bauchi state. Continue reading Causes and Consequences of Political Hooliganism in 2011 General Elections