Multiculturalism, Value differences and Cross-Cultural Conflict in Nigeria: Surgery on a Centenarian
Literature on the National Question of the Nigerian state has often taken the dimension of “value differences” for granted. Against this background, we examine cross-cultural conflict in Nigeria, as induced by the very tightly held and uncompromising values of multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, multi-religious and multi-national entities from amalgamation to the present time. Multiculturalism...
Published at Journal of African Union Studies
Published in 2017
Olanrewaju, I.P., Loromeke, R.E. and Adekoye, R.A.
Olanrewaju Ilemobola » Ilemobola Peter Olanrewaju is a Lecturer II in the Department of Political Science and International Relations, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria. He is widely published in the areas of African conflict, peace and security studies. His articles are published in revered books and academic journal outlets indexed in ISI, Scopus, etc. and presented in international conferences that are indexed... view full profile
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