What is it about?
Regularly kept diaries in Mambila (Cameroon) provide evidence for the play of micro-political competition which later tend to be reframed in the light of the eventual outcome
Why is it important?
There is little such evidence available from rural Africa
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This page is a summary of: Diary Evidence for Political Competition: Mambila Autoethnography and Pretensions to Power, African Studies Review, September 2010, Cambridge University Press, DOI: 10.1353/arw.2010.0031.
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