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Against global capitalism - African social movements confront neoliberal globalization
E. Osei Kwadwo Prempeh
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The fundamental challenge of democratizing globalization by opening up spaces for democratic participation beyond the state is addressed in this study. The author captures both the democratic activities and voices of opposition to neoliberal globalization and investigates how this reinvention of democracy through resistance to neoliberal globalization has taken shape in the African context. In doing so, he reasserts the relevance of the de-globalization and anti-capitalism movements. With a careful selection of case studies, this volume is ideal for classroom use and library reference.

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E. Osei Kwadwo Prempeh is Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. His primary research and teaching interests include the politics of globalization, global democratization and human rights, indigenous conflict analysis and resolution, and alternative forms of democracy and governance.

'Against Global Capitalism is a welcome addition to the scanty critical literature on Africa's encounter with globalization. This must-read book is original in its focus on how African social movements could be deployed to resist the exploitations wrought by neoliberal globalization across the continent. Going beyond the common push to democratize globalization, Prempeh calls for the use of a new counter-hegemonic discourse to interrogate and subvert globalization itself.'
Joseph Mensah, York University, Canada
'This will prove a rewarding read, not just for Africanists, but for anyone interested in globalization and its discontents.' Political Studies Review

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Democratization - Africa.|Anti-globalization movement - Africa.|Globalization - Africa.|Neoliberalism - Africa.|Africa - Social conditions - 1960-
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