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Identity and Conflict in Nigeria's Niger Delta: New Evidence from Attitude Surveys
Unformatted Document Text:  25 Bibliography Collier, Paul and Nicholas Sambanis, 2002. “Understanding Civil War: A New Agenda.” Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol. 46 no. 1 Ejobowah, John Boye 2000. “Who Owns the Oil? The Politics of Ethnicity in the Niger Delta of Nigeria.” Africa Today. Vol. 47 no.1 Winter. Fearon, James and David Laitin, 2000. “Violence and the Social Construction of Ethnic Identity.” International Organization, 54 no. 4, p.846. Frynas, Jedrzej George, 2001. “Corporate and State Responses to Anti-Oil Protests in the Niger Delta.” African Affairs, 100. Human Rights Watch 1999. The Price of Oil: Corporate Responsibility and Human Rights Violations in Nigeria’s Oil Producing Communities. New York: Human Rights Watch. Human Rights Watch 2004. “Nigeria’s 2003 Elections: The Unacknowledged Violence”, New York: Human Rights Watch, June. Laitin, David D. 1998 Identity in Formation: The Russian-Speaking Populations in the Near Abroad. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press Peter M.Lewis Etannibi Alemika and Michael Bratton, 2002. Down to Earth: Changes in Attitudes Toward Democracy and Markets in Nigeria, Afrobarometer Working Paper No. 20, Michigan State University, August. Peter M.Lewis and Michael Bratton, 2001. Attitudes Toward Democracy and Markets in Nigeria, Afrobarometer Working Paper No. 3, Michigan State University, April. Marx, Anthony 1998. Making Race and Nation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Reynal-Querol, Marta 2002. “Ethnicity, Political Systems, and Civil Wars.” Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol. 46 No 1 Suberu, Rotimi T. 1996. Ethnic Minority Conflicts and Governance in Nigeria. Ibadan: Spectrum Books Limited World Bank, Defining and Environmental Development Strategy for the Niger Delta (Industry and Energy Operations Division, West Central Africa Department, Washington DC: World Bank, 1995 Vol. 2. World Bank, 2004. World Development Indicators, Washington, DC: The World Bank.

Authors: Lewis, Peter.
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Bibliography

Collier, Paul and Nicholas Sambanis, 2002. “Understanding Civil War: A New Agenda.”
Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol. 46 no. 1

Ejobowah, John Boye 2000. “Who Owns the Oil? The Politics of Ethnicity in the Niger Delta of
Nigeria.” Africa Today. Vol. 47 no.1 Winter.

Fearon, James and David Laitin, 2000. “Violence and the Social Construction of Ethnic
Identity.” International Organization, 54 no. 4, p.846.

Frynas, Jedrzej George, 2001. “Corporate and State Responses to Anti-Oil Protests in the Niger
Delta.” African Affairs, 100.
Human Rights Watch 1999. The Price of Oil: Corporate Responsibility and Human Rights
Violations in Nigeria’s Oil Producing Communities
. New York: Human Rights Watch.

Human Rights Watch 2004. “Nigeria’s 2003 Elections: The Unacknowledged Violence”, New
York: Human Rights Watch, June.

Laitin, David D. 1998 Identity in Formation: The Russian-Speaking Populations in the Near
Abroad
. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press

Peter M.Lewis Etannibi Alemika and Michael Bratton, 2002. Down to Earth: Changes in
Attitudes Toward Democracy and Markets in Nigeria
, Afrobarometer Working Paper No. 20,
Michigan State University, August.

Peter M.Lewis and Michael Bratton, 2001. Attitudes Toward Democracy and Markets in
Nigeria
, Afrobarometer Working Paper No. 3, Michigan State University, April.

Marx, Anthony 1998. Making Race and Nation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Reynal-Querol, Marta 2002. “Ethnicity, Political Systems, and Civil Wars.” Journal of Conflict
Resolution
, Vol. 46 No 1

Suberu, Rotimi T. 1996. Ethnic Minority Conflicts and Governance in Nigeria. Ibadan: Spectrum
Books Limited

World Bank, Defining and Environmental Development Strategy for the Niger Delta (Industry
and Energy Operations Division, West Central Africa Department, Washington DC: World
Bank, 1995 Vol. 2.

World Bank, 2004. World Development Indicators, Washington, DC: The World Bank.


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