Author: Emmanuel T. Dolo
Analyzes Liberian history to show how ethnic bigotry caused a toxic political, social, and cultural crisis that culminated in its civil wars from 1989 to 2003. The author also discusses theoretical models with practical methods for bridging ethnic difference, giving the work widespread relevance in conflict resolution. Illustrated with diagram of the trans-ethnic relational model (TERM).
Binding: casebound hardcover
Publication date: 2008
HISTORY / Africa / West; SOCIAL SCIENCE / Ethnic Studies / General; POLITICAL SCIENCE / Government / National; ETHNIC / African