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Controlling Consent: Uganda's 2016 Elections

edited by J. Oloka-Onyango & Josephine Ahikire
Format
Book
Published
Trenton, New Jersey : Africa World Press, [2017]
Language
English
ISBN
9781569025017, 1569025010, 9781569025024, 1569025029
Contents
  • Part I. Introduction: How do you control consent? / J. Oloka-Onyango and Josephine Ahikire
  • Part II. Political parties, candidates and strategies
  • Political party primaries: was there method to the madness? / David Mugambe Mpiima
  • Beyond legal reform in understanding opposition underperformance / Moses Khisa & Sabastiano Rwengabo
  • Unpacking the politics of opposition political party partnerships: the Democratic Alliance (TDA) / Sallie Simba Kayunga
  • Enter the dragon, exit the myths: the contested candidacy of John Patrick Amama Mbabazi / J. Oloka-Onyango
  • Committing suicide or voting wisely? Service delivery politics in the 2016 elections / Phiona Muhwezi-Mpanga
  • Do party strategies really matter in an electoral autocracy? / Sabiti Makara
  • Part III. Gender, inclusion and rights
  • Inclusion and exclusion: the case of gender equality in the 2016 elections / Aramanzan Madanda
  • "Please 'Daddy' ... give us some more": recognition politics and the language of special interest groups / Josephine Ahikire
  • Manifestations of electoral violence against women as a tool of political exclusion / Veronica Nakijoba
  • Citizens or inhabitants? Deconstructing youth participation in Uganda's electoral politics / Andrew Karamagi
  • The right of prisoners to vote: historical and contemporary concerns / Jamil Ddamulira Mujuzi
  • A political coming of age for Ugandan NGOs? The campaign for free and fair elections / Maria Nassali
  • Part IV. The media, communications and literature
  • "Verbal duels" and election violence reportage in Uganda's print media / Levis Mugumya
  • Enjoying elections: the place of the editorial cartoon / Richard Ssewakiryanga
  • A discourse analysis of gender portrayals in the electoral speeches of presidential candidates / Sarah Ssali
  • Electoral violence in post-colonial Ugandan literature / Danson Sylvester Kahyana
  • Part V. The place of state institutions and systems
  • Of "yellow" police, a cadre army and the liberation war psychosis: the question of electoral security / James Nkuubi
  • "Courts did not come from god": judicial power and electoral competition in Uganda / Ben Kiromba Twinomugisha
  • Personal identity systems and the role of the state in democratic national elections / Elisam Magara
  • How do you solve a problem like "substantiality?" The Supreme Court and presidential election petitions / Busingye Kabumba
  • Part VI. Afterword: towards 2021
  • "Broad and complicated": on donor politics and the "new" NRM regime / Sylvia Tamale.
Description
ix, 540 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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