Diary Evidence for Political Competition: Mambila Autoethnography and Pretensions to Power

David Zeitlyn
  • African Studies Review, September 2010, Cambridge University Press
  • DOI: 10.1353/arw.2010.0031

Diary Evidence for Political Competition in Mambila (Cameroon) examples of Pretensions to Power

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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