State formation, religion, and land tenure in Cameroon

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State formation, religion, and land tenure in Cameroon

Type: External research report
Title: State formation, religion, and land tenure in Cameroon
Author: Schilder, K.African Studies Centre, Leiden
Publisher: African Studies Centre, Leiden
Issue Date: 1988
Keywords: Cameroon; religion; nation; land law; bibliographies (form)
Abstract: The purpose of this analytical bibliography is to provide an overview of the recently published social science literature on State formation, religion, and land tenure in Cameroon. The 800 entries have been arranged under the following subject headings: The Cameroon State (nation building, political stability, State penetration, historical continuity) - Religious change (indigenous religions, Islam, Christianity) - Urbanization and land tenure (the urban society, land tenure). Each section is introduced by a bibliographical essay. An epilogue indicates major research gaps.
Language: en
Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/1887/455
 

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