1 edition of Rural underdevelopment in Nigeria, 1900-1980. found in the catalog.
Rural underdevelopment in Nigeria, 1900-1980.
by Dept. of Political Science, Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria, Nigeria
Written in English
|Series||Department of Political Science seminar series ;, vol. 2|
|Contributions||Ahmadu Bello University. Dept. of Political Science.|
|LC Classifications||HD2145.5.Z8 R87 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 102 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||102|
|LC Control Number||86154806|
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Get this from a library. Rural underdevelopment in Nigeria, [Ahmadu Bello University. Department of Political Science.;]. This book is designed to provide an overview of the theory and practice of community development, including an historical review, an examination of contemporary issues, debates and challenges faced by communities in Nigeria and other countries, particularly those in rural areas.
Rural and community development in Nigeria have been at the center of policy practices over many is borne out of the general consensus that the economy of Nigeria depends on the viability of the rural productive sector,largely dominated by agrarian-based uently,rural and community development have been historically linked to the development of agriculture and the Author: Nseabasi S.
Akpan. Most Nigerians dwell in rural areas, where they experience, on a daily basis, the stark realities of underdevelopment. The primary goal of this book is to analyze rural backwardness in all its manifestations: declining agricultural exports and food production; poor transportation and health-care delivery; rural-urban migration; lack of industrialization; and disorderly spatial development.
The paper is a critical examination of rural development programmes and the challenge of rural underdevelopment in Nigeria. It emphasizes the need for a paradigm shift in the development of rural areas in Nigeria. The “development space” between urban and rural areas in Nigeria is very broad (in terms of the provision of economic development,File Size: KB.
Nigeria, cum the impacts or the roles of the Nigerian elites in the course of Nigerian dependency and underdevelopment. Thus, also fashion out pragmatic hypotheses that would address the major menace, roles, and impacts of multinationals on the economic dependency and underdevelopment of File Size: KB.
The concept of rural development in Nigeria lacks a united deliration as different scholars tend to view it from varying perspective. Some scholars loot at rural development from the aspect of education\training like Handed () and hinzen () obinne () perceived rural development to involve creating and widening opportunities for (rural) individuals to realize full potential through.
Although rural areas in Nigeria habour over eighty percent of the national population, they can only boast of about ten percent of the infrastructure and other indices of development.
The billions of dollars, which the three tiers of government and international agencies budget for the development of rural areas are often frittered : Uche O. Nnadozie. African Economic History African Studies agricultural analysis Anthropology areas biens British cannabis capital caravan cattle central century cereal chapter clans Coast colonial commercial Congo countries crise crops cultivated cultural Curtin Darbo discussion domestic Dorobo drought East Economic Anthropology economic development économique.
mainly to study the phenomenology of underdevelopment, and to prescribe appropriate policies to eradicate it. Theories developed by development economists have encompassed the theoretical underpinnings of empirical facts drawn across the board from socio-economic-political realms of life of many poor Size: KB.
Despite the strategies adopted by various governments in Nigeria to address agriculture and rural underdevelopment problem, the story remains the same. There are still inequality and poverty particularly in the rural areas.
There are a lot of public complaints on the. In department of political science, ABU, Zaria, rural underdevelopment in Nigeria x. Yahaya A. abdullahi, “The new technology and agricultural development in nigeria: a socio-economic assessment of te green revolution strategy”. Sipho Mseleku is the President, The Global Business Roundtable, a trade mission and business networking which began in South Africa to create awareness on the need to urgently look into the.
The New Technology and Agricultural Development in Nigeria. A Socio-political Assessment of the Green Revolution Strategy. Rural Underdevelopment in Nigeria Author: Charles Iruonagbe. Rural development in Nigeria constitutes a fundamental problem. Over the years, rural development has been neglected.
Rural areas are regarded as abodes of diseases, superstition, poverty, lethargy, low income and low productivity. This problem, which is primarily due to government non sustainable policy action towards rural transformation, is responsible for the poor state of affairs among Cited by: 2.
See Y. Abdullahi, “The ‘New Technology’ and Agricultural Development in Nigeria: A Socio-Political Assessment of the Green Revolution Strategy,” in O. Oculi ed., Rural Underdevelopment in Nigeria, –, Zaria, Nigeria: Department of Political Science, Ahmadu Bello Author: Jeremiah I.
Dibua. rural development has a variety of aspects of the development of rural society, which can be viewed and, accordingly, literature on this topic may be reviewed in the following manner. Rural Development as Philosophy and Ideas of Rural Masses: On carrying out review of literature, it is found that there are quite a few books available.
When Maryam Babangida, the late spouse of former military dictator, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, launched the programme called Better Life for Rural Women in the s, many naïve Nigerians. It is on this basis that this research work examines the mass media and the politics of underdevelopment in Africa: Nigeria in perspective.
The study is driven by development media theory. Fomoriyo SA () Rural development revisited: rural underdevelopment in Nigeria –, Department of political science seminar, 10 Feb, ABU Zaria, Nigeria Google Scholar FOS (Federal Office of Statistics) () Statistical year : Usman Haruna, Mohammed Bashir Umar.
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Nigerian Alternatives. Zaria, Nigeria: Ahmadu Bello University Bookshop. Rural Underdevelopment in Nigeria, "Development and Underdevelopment in Nigeria " Silvia Federici. The village sits at the very junction between the Qua River- one of the main water arteries of southeastern Nigeria – and the Atlantic Ocean, on a beach from where, in the past, thousands of slaves initiated their mid-passage to the Americas.
It consists of a few huts of corrugated tin, with mud floors and just enough space for.Underdevelopment, relating to international development, reflects a broad condition or phenomena defined and critiqued by theorists in fields such as economics, development studies, and postcolonial primarily to distinguish states along benchmarks concerning human development—such as macro-economic growth, health, education, and standards of living—an "underdeveloped" state is.