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Contested social orders: negotiating urban security in Nigeria and South Africa

Abstract : [...] The aim of this chapter is threefold. Firstly, we would like to unpack the empirical reality of state and non-state ordering using Nigerian and South African policing systems as our "theatres" [...] Secondly, we would like to reflect on the consequences of diverse or plural non-state ordering, such as the challenges that arise with respect to the inequitable delivery of security/policing [...] The third aim of this chapter is to question our current conceptual framing of state and non-state...
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Julie Berg, Rufus Akinyele, Kees van Der Waal, Michellene Williams. Contested social orders: negotiating urban security in Nigeria and South Africa. Laurent Fourchard; Laurent Fourchard; Simon Bekker. Governing Cities in Africa. Politics and Policies, HSRC Press, pp.168 - 188, 2013. ⟨hal-03460988⟩

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