Culture, Tourism and Peace-building in Nigeria
This paper examines the dialectical relationship between culture, tourism and the building of peace architecture in the Nigerian state. The role of culture and tourism in achieving peace and consequently, development in multi-ethnic, multi-lingua and multi-religious societies cannot be over-emphasized. However, the lack of knowledge of this relationship has foisted conflicts of immense...
Published at Kenneth C. Nwoko and Omon M. Osiki (eds.) Dynamics of Culture and Tourism in Africa: Perspectives on Africa’s Development in the 21st Century. Babcock University Press: Ilishan Remo
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Published in 2015
Oluwaniyi, O.O and Chidozie, F.C
Chidozie Felix » Dr Felix Chidozie is currently an international relations and conflict studies lecturer at Covenant University in Ota, Nigeria, having completed his PhD in 2014 (subject: Dependency or Cooperation? Nigeria-South Africa relations from 1960-2007). His principal research interests include foreign economic relations among emerging economies, development patterns in Africa, conflict studies, and... view full profile
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