AD, Volume 47, n° 2, 2022 - Full Issue

Abstract

Contents

Text of the Inaugural Thandika Mkandawire Annual Memorial Lecture

On Resuscitating the Aborted National Project: A Retrospective and Prospective View (Notes from my last conversation with Thandika Mkandawire)
Fantu Cheru ...................................... 1

Selected Papers from the 2019 CODESRIA Demoractic Governance Institute

Digital Technologies and Election Management in Africa’s Democratisation Process: More Technocratic than Democratic? Okechukwu Obinna Ibeanu....................................15

L’illusion du e-voting dans les organisations syndicales en Côte d’Ivoire : entre légitimité et défis démocratiques
Yao Adoman Francis Kouadio.................................41

Droit d’accès à l’internet et ordre public électoral en Afrique : la crédibilisation institutionnelle au Congo-Kinshasa à l’épreuve de la surveillance e-citoyenne
Jacques Kambale Bira’Mbovote............................61

Machine à voter et résistance politique à l’élection présidentielle 2018 en RDC
Antomella Kornégie Atipo..................................85

The ‘#tag Generation’: Social Media and Youth Participation in the 2019 General Election in Nigeria
Oluwasola Festus Obisesan.............................107

“Open the Servers”: The Implications of Electoral Technology to Kenya’s Democratisation Process
Joyce Omwoha...........................................147

The Role of ICT in Curtailing Electoral Fraud and Violence in Nigeria: A Study of the 2019 General Election in Lagos State

Ifeanyi U. Chukwuma.................................161

Digital Technologies and Election Management in Zimbabwe: Pseudo-democratic Transition and Contorted Delirium?
Torque Mude...........................................179

Interrogating the Cost of Digital Technology and Trust in Elections in Africa: The Nigerian Perspective
Felicia Osondu Okwueze........................199

Published

2022-07-21