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Service Delivery and Political Participation in Zambia
Erin Accampo Hern
In fledgling democracies marked by patronage, ethnic politics, and elite capture, what motivates citizens to participate in politics?
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1. Cover image for 'Developing States, Shaping Citizenship'
Service Delivery and Political Participation in Zambia
Erin Accampo Hern
In fledgling democracies marked by patronage, ethnic politics, and elite capture, what motivates citizens to participate in politics?
Format Publication year Price Status Purchasing option
Paper $24.95 Forthcoming Add Paper for "Developing States, Shaping Citizenship" to Cart
Hardcover $70.00 Forthcoming Add Hardcover for "Developing States, Shaping Citizenship" to Cart
Currently limited to: subject political_science Political Science x
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African Perspectives publishes the highest quality and most innovative research from scholars based in and beyond Africa. We seek exemplary work that unsettles conventions of Africanist scholarship. Our remit spans disciplinary approaches from anthropology to politics to public health, qualitative to quantitative methods, and thematic interests from musicology and literary studies to development and urban planning. The series privileges work grounded in field research in any of the countries of Africa and publishes studies by both well-established and emerging scholars. Monographs that offer imaginative 
solutions to contemporary social, cultural, technological and environmental problems are especially welcome.

Series editors Kelly Askew and Anne Pitcher will build upon the University of Michigan’s distinctive position in the field of African studies, as exemplified by the Department of Afroamerican and African Studies and the African Studies Center, wherein interdisciplinary and international research clusters in the humanities, social sciences and STEM disciplines have flourished.

For additional information about the series, please contact Dr. Ellen Bauerle, Executive Editor, University of Michigan Press: bauerle@umich.edu.  Queries should be accompanied by a current C.V., project description (200 words), table of contents, brief descriptions of chapters (50 words each), estimated length of ms. in words, estimated date of completion, and indication as to number of images, tables, etc.

African Perspectives Series

African Perspectives Logo 
African Perspectives publishes the highest quality and most innovative research from scholars based in and beyond Africa. We seek exemplary work that unsettles conventions of Africanist scholarship. Our remit spans disciplinary approaches from anthropology to politics to public health, qualitative to quantitative methods, and thematic interests from musicology and literary studies to development and urban planning. The series privileges work grounded in field research in any of the countries of Africa and publishes studies by both well-established and emerging scholars. Monographs that offer imaginative 
solutions to contemporary social, cultural, technological and environmental problems are especially welcome.

Series editors Kelly Askew and Anne Pitcher will build upon the University of Michigan’s distinctive position in the field of African studies, as exemplified by the Department of Afroamerican and African Studies and the African Studies Center, wherein interdisciplinary and international research clusters in the humanities, social sciences and STEM disciplines have flourished.

For additional information about the series, please contact Dr. Ellen Bauerle, Executive Editor, University of Michigan Press: bauerle@umich.edu.  Queries should be accompanied by a current C.V., project description (200 words), table of contents, brief descriptions of chapters (50 words each), estimated length of ms. in words, estimated date of completion, and indication as to number of images, tables, etc.

Kelly Askew, University of Michigan
Anne Pitcher, University of Michigan

Editorial Board

Akosua Adomako AmpofoUniversity of Ghana
Fernando ArenasUniversity of Michigan
Leonardo Arriola, University of California, Berkeley
Mamadou DioufColumbia University
Gabrielle HechtStanford University
Daniel HerwitzUniversity of Michigan
Judith IrvineUniversity of Michigan
Lauren MacLean, Indiana University
Noor Nieftagodien, University of the Witwatersrand
Elisha RenneUniversity of Michigan
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Series Editors

Kelly Askew, University of Michigan
Anne Pitcher, University of Michigan

Editorial Board

Akosua Adomako AmpofoUniversity of Ghana
Fernando ArenasUniversity of Michigan
Leonardo Arriola, University of California, Berkeley
Mamadou DioufColumbia University
Gabrielle HechtStanford University
Daniel HerwitzUniversity of Michigan
Judith IrvineUniversity of Michigan
Lauren MacLean, Indiana University
Noor Nieftagodien, University of the Witwatersrand
Elisha RenneUniversity of Michigan

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