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The Resource Bakassi : Or the Politics of Exclusion and Occupation?, (electronic resource)

Bakassi : Or the Politics of Exclusion and Occupation?, (electronic resource)

Label
Bakassi : Or the Politics of Exclusion and Occupation?
Title
Bakassi
Title remainder
Or the Politics of Exclusion and Occupation?
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This is a complex volume that combines a good deal of survey data on Bakassi and its populations with more ethnographically based insights into the conditions of the Bakassi communities. The book is the outcome of research carried out by Fongot Kini between 2004 and 2009. The work is intended to serve as first hand exhaustive information on the live situation in the contested Bakassi Cameroon-Nigeria border region. The term Bakassi engenders multiple meanings loaded with many conflicting emotional, spiritual and material interests. Native inhabitants are systematically disinherited of their an
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Kini-Yen Kinni, Fongot
Dewey number
320.12096711
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Marginality, Social
  • Bakasi Peninsula (Cameroon)
  • Bakasi Peninsula (Cameroon)
  • Cameroon
Label
Bakassi : Or the Politics of Exclusion and Occupation?, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Social Associations in the Ndian-Bakassi region
Contents
  • Cover; Untitled; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Foreword; About the Author; Acknowledgement; Abbreviations; Chapter 1, Backgrounding Bakassi Post-Conflict Confidence-Building and Peace-Building Strategies; A Lost Conflict for a Lost Peace?; Bakassi and its Oddities to the Classical African Conflicts as evaluated by African Specialists; Bakassi Conflict of Greed, Bad Governance and Mismanagement of Sovereignty; Bakassi Geo-Strategic Locality and the Centre-Periphery Agent Based Systems; Fig 1.1 Highlighting trans-ethnic and trans-border affiliations and mobility
  • Bakassi Geo-Ethnic Strategic Location for Trans-National Diplomacy and Economic DevelopmentMethodology and Analytical Techniques; Geographical Location of the Bakassi Peninsula; Chapter 2. The Bakassi Geo-Strategic Space; History and Culture. The first occupants of the Rio-Del-Rey region; Map 2.1: Bakassi and Buea Mountain Range; Map 2.2: Bakassi Peninsula fishing mangrove fiords wateredby many rivers; Map 2.3: Bioko (Fernando Poo) in the Bakassi region; Map 2.4: Bioko and various spawning and fishing zones of Bakassi coastline; Map 2.5: Bakassi Peninsula and the other contingent peninsulas
  • The socio-cultural integration of the various occupants of BakassiSyncretism in Ritual Food; Syncretism in Pouring of Libation; Syncretism in Dance and Choreography; Map 2.6: Ambas Bay, the Mungo and Wouri estuaries; Chapter 3. Colonial Impact on the Bakassi Region; Bakassi in the Berlin Conference Coffee-Cup of 1884; Map 3.6: Dismembering of German Kamerun by France; Post-Colonial Bakassi Diplomacy. The "Yaounde Agreement" and the Maroua Declaration between Nigeria and Cameroon; Table 3.1 showing the various changes in names in West Cameroon
  • Chapter 4. Bakassi Colonial Agent Based System ConflictsAgent Based Systemic Conflicts in Africa; Escalation of the Bakassi Conflict and Pacific Moves; Summary of the ICJ Court Ruling over Bakassi; The Cameroon-Nigeria Mixed Commission Diplomacy. Rational and Creation of the Mixed Commission; The Mixed Commission's Achievements; The Greentree Agreement -- 5th June 2006; Nigeria's Withdrawal -- 14th August 2008; Post-Conflict, Trauma and Tension Management in Bakassi. Trauma and Tension Management in Bakassi; Vulnerable Populations of the Bakassi Post-Conflict Hangover
  • Other Vulnerable PopulationsInitiatives for Assisting Vulnerable People; The Vulnerable Vegetation and Environment; Impact of Seismic and Drilling Activities of Oil Companies on the Religious Belief System of the Bakassi People; Map 4.1: Oil companies drilling platforms and oil rigs; Religion and Traditional Beliefs in the Ndian Main LandVillages; Map 4.2: Offshore Drilling; Traditional Beliefs; Beliefs and Religious Activities in the Bakassi Fishing Villages; Beliefs and Ritual Celebrations; Belief and Ritual sites of AKPAMBIET Shrine polluted by the seismic activities
Control code
ocn853361163
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (478 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789956790302
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)853361163
Label
Bakassi : Or the Politics of Exclusion and Occupation?, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Social Associations in the Ndian-Bakassi region
Contents
  • Cover; Untitled; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Foreword; About the Author; Acknowledgement; Abbreviations; Chapter 1, Backgrounding Bakassi Post-Conflict Confidence-Building and Peace-Building Strategies; A Lost Conflict for a Lost Peace?; Bakassi and its Oddities to the Classical African Conflicts as evaluated by African Specialists; Bakassi Conflict of Greed, Bad Governance and Mismanagement of Sovereignty; Bakassi Geo-Strategic Locality and the Centre-Periphery Agent Based Systems; Fig 1.1 Highlighting trans-ethnic and trans-border affiliations and mobility
  • Bakassi Geo-Ethnic Strategic Location for Trans-National Diplomacy and Economic DevelopmentMethodology and Analytical Techniques; Geographical Location of the Bakassi Peninsula; Chapter 2. The Bakassi Geo-Strategic Space; History and Culture. The first occupants of the Rio-Del-Rey region; Map 2.1: Bakassi and Buea Mountain Range; Map 2.2: Bakassi Peninsula fishing mangrove fiords wateredby many rivers; Map 2.3: Bioko (Fernando Poo) in the Bakassi region; Map 2.4: Bioko and various spawning and fishing zones of Bakassi coastline; Map 2.5: Bakassi Peninsula and the other contingent peninsulas
  • The socio-cultural integration of the various occupants of BakassiSyncretism in Ritual Food; Syncretism in Pouring of Libation; Syncretism in Dance and Choreography; Map 2.6: Ambas Bay, the Mungo and Wouri estuaries; Chapter 3. Colonial Impact on the Bakassi Region; Bakassi in the Berlin Conference Coffee-Cup of 1884; Map 3.6: Dismembering of German Kamerun by France; Post-Colonial Bakassi Diplomacy. The "Yaounde Agreement" and the Maroua Declaration between Nigeria and Cameroon; Table 3.1 showing the various changes in names in West Cameroon
  • Chapter 4. Bakassi Colonial Agent Based System ConflictsAgent Based Systemic Conflicts in Africa; Escalation of the Bakassi Conflict and Pacific Moves; Summary of the ICJ Court Ruling over Bakassi; The Cameroon-Nigeria Mixed Commission Diplomacy. Rational and Creation of the Mixed Commission; The Mixed Commission's Achievements; The Greentree Agreement -- 5th June 2006; Nigeria's Withdrawal -- 14th August 2008; Post-Conflict, Trauma and Tension Management in Bakassi. Trauma and Tension Management in Bakassi; Vulnerable Populations of the Bakassi Post-Conflict Hangover
  • Other Vulnerable PopulationsInitiatives for Assisting Vulnerable People; The Vulnerable Vegetation and Environment; Impact of Seismic and Drilling Activities of Oil Companies on the Religious Belief System of the Bakassi People; Map 4.1: Oil companies drilling platforms and oil rigs; Religion and Traditional Beliefs in the Ndian Main LandVillages; Map 4.2: Offshore Drilling; Traditional Beliefs; Beliefs and Religious Activities in the Bakassi Fishing Villages; Beliefs and Ritual Celebrations; Belief and Ritual sites of AKPAMBIET Shrine polluted by the seismic activities
Control code
ocn853361163
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (478 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789956790302
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)853361163

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