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Homework answers / question archive / Week 12 Questions Nigeria: Why is it useful to study Nigerian politics? What previous readings/concepts are useful for understanding this case?   What grievances are driving the #EndSARS Protests? What were the characteristics of the #EndSARS movement? How was the movement similar to recent trends in non-violent movements summarized by Chenoweth?   What is consociationalism and how does it work in Nigeria? How does neo-patrimonialism impact the power sharing system?   Mexico:   Why is it useful to study Mexican politics? What previous readings/concepts are useful for understanding this case?   How did women in Mexico achieve stronger gender parity outcomes? What are some of the ways that gender’s cross-cutting nature help the struggle for equality? What current issues remain to be solved?   Do you think AMLO is a populist? Does AMLO engage in Pappas’ 4 characteristics of populist rule? Why does AMLO face a Catch-22? What do you think is the greatest threat to Mexican democracy?   Bonus: Does the violence against women (political and private) in Mexico and ubiquitous violence in Nigeria have a common cause? How does low state capacity cause different types of violence (Private, Criminal, and Political)? (Section 42 student)   Nigeria relies on a fragile power-sharing system rooted in neopatrimonialism

Week 12 Questions Nigeria: Why is it useful to study Nigerian politics? What previous readings/concepts are useful for understanding this case?   What grievances are driving the #EndSARS Protests? What were the characteristics of the #EndSARS movement? How was the movement similar to recent trends in non-violent movements summarized by Chenoweth?   What is consociationalism and how does it work in Nigeria? How does neo-patrimonialism impact the power sharing system?   Mexico:   Why is it useful to study Mexican politics? What previous readings/concepts are useful for understanding this case?   How did women in Mexico achieve stronger gender parity outcomes? What are some of the ways that gender’s cross-cutting nature help the struggle for equality? What current issues remain to be solved?   Do you think AMLO is a populist? Does AMLO engage in Pappas’ 4 characteristics of populist rule? Why does AMLO face a Catch-22? What do you think is the greatest threat to Mexican democracy?   Bonus: Does the violence against women (political and private) in Mexico and ubiquitous violence in Nigeria have a common cause? How does low state capacity cause different types of violence (Private, Criminal, and Political)? (Section 42 student)   Nigeria relies on a fragile power-sharing system rooted in neopatrimonialism

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Week 12 Questions

Nigeria:

  1. Why is it useful to study Nigerian politics? What previous readings/concepts are useful for understanding this case?

 

  1. What grievances are driving the #EndSARS Protests? What were the characteristics of the #EndSARS movement? How was the movement similar to recent trends in non-violent movements summarized by Chenoweth?

 

  1. What is consociationalism and how does it work in Nigeria? How does neo-patrimonialism impact the power sharing system?

 

Mexico:

 

  1. Why is it useful to study Mexican politics? What previous readings/concepts are useful for understanding this case?

 

  1. How did women in Mexico achieve stronger gender parity outcomes? What are some of the ways that gender’s cross-cutting nature help the struggle for equality? What current issues remain to be solved?

 

  1. Do you think AMLO is a populist? Does AMLO engage in Pappas’ 4 characteristics of populist rule? Why does AMLO face a Catch-22? What do you think is the greatest threat to Mexican democracy?

 

Bonus:

  1. Does the violence against women (political and private) in Mexico and ubiquitous violence in Nigeria have a common cause? How does low state capacity cause different types of violence (Private, Criminal, and Political)? (Section 42 student)

 

  1. Nigeria relies on a fragile power-sharing system rooted in neopatrimonialism. Mexico has faced hegemonic parties rooted in delivering state benefits (PRI) or populist appeals (MORENA)? How might the two countries’ colonial pasts shape the political institutions and strategies of the present? (Section 41 student)

 

Answers should be based on:

O’Neil et al., Cases and Concepts, “Mexico,” pp. 570-98.

* Sánchez-Talanquer and Greene, “Is Mexico Falling into the Authoritarian Trap?”

* Piscopo, “Parity in Everything.”

O’Neil et al., Cases and Concepts, “Nigeria,” pp. 660-688.

* Kendhammer “Getting Our Piece of the National Cake.”

* Obadare, “A hashtag revolution in Nigeria.”

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