Rentierism And The Modern Socio-political Crises In Nigeria: A Discourse
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Rentierism And The Modern Socio-political Crises In Nigeria: A Discourse
This study interrogated the sociopolitical crises in Nigeria and observed among other things that ‘a problem-free life is an illusion,’ and that the pre and post-oil crises are not of the same dimensions and weights. Therefore, the study evaluated the modern crises in the purview of rentierism. Observation method of data collection was appropriated which enhanced our usage of secondary source of data. Relative Deprivation Theory was utilised as the theoretical fulcrum around which the whole endeavour oscillated. The theory however, maintained among other things that aggression and violence are as a result of frustration and relative deprivation of sociopolitical and economic neDownloadViews: 121

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