Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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978-1-78661-457-5 • Hardback • September 2022 • $120.00 • (£92.00)
978-1-78661-458-2 • eBook • September 2022 • $38.00 • (£29.00)
Adebajo Adeola Aderayo(PhD) lectures in the Department of Political Science, Tai Solarin University of Education. She specialises in Peace and Conflict Studies with years of teaching experience. Other research interests cover gender studies, national politics, political theory and refugee studies. She is a member of the Nigerian Political Science Association(NPSA), International Political Science Association, Organisation for Women in Science for Developing World, Babcock University Gender and African Studies Group(BUGAS), Society for Peace Studies and Practice and National Association For Science, Humanities and Education Research(NASHER)
2. Pastoralist-Farmer Conflict in Africa
3. Causes and Consequences of Conflict
4. Displacements of Persons
5. Management and Conflict Resolution
- It describes different theoretical frameworks on pastoralist-farmer conflict
- It provides in-depth knowledge to the readers on the trends, remote/ immediate causes and consequences of pastoralist-farmer conflict in Nigeria
- The readers will also benefit from the dynamics and protection issues of displacement generated by pastoralist-farmer conflict and how governments and various stakeholders have responded to them.
- The book provides the readers a deeper understanding on different conflict management mechanisms adopted in pastoralist-farmer conflict
- It also succinctly describes the roles played by different agencies in managing the crisis generated through pastoralist-farmer conflict and challenges affecting their effective humanitarian service delivery.