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Barkan Joel D. 1994. Beyond Capitalism versus Socialism in Kenya and Tanzania. Boulder, Colo.: Lynne Rienner.
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Barkan Joel D., and Niemi Richard. 1987. “Age and Turnout: The Familiar Relationship Tested in New Electorates and Peasant Societies.” American Political Science Review 81 (2): 583–88.
Barkan Joel D., and Holmquist Frank. 1989. “Peasant–State Relations and the Social Base of Self-Help in Kenya.” World Politics 41 (3): 359–80.
Barkan Joel D., McNulty Michael, and Ayeni M. A. O.. 1991. “‘Hometown’ Voluntary Associations, Local Development and the Emergence of Civil Society in Western Nigeria.” The Journal of Modern African Studies 29 (3): 457–80.
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African Studies Review
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  • EISSN: 1555-2462
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