COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ON POLITICAL CULTURE
AND POLITICAL SOCIALIZATION IN TANZANIA
AND SOUTH AFRICA
Adisa, Olufemi Peniel
Department of Political Science
School of Arts and Social Sciences
Emmanuel Alayande College of Education Oyo, Oyo State-Nigeria
International Journal of Arts and Social Sciences (IJRASS)
Oasis International Journal Series
Vol. 1 No. 1
This research is purely on comparative analysis on political culture and political socialization both in Tanzania and South Africa. On this work the researcher looked at reasons/factors responsible for the continued existence of different society in general and as related to Tanzania and South Africa in particular. The similarities and differences of the two countries were exhaustively discussed. In carrying out the findings, the researcher employed archival/theoretical method of investigation by consulting various relevant materials. Finally, the researcher was able to conclude that the importance of religion and ethnicity cannot be overemphasized in Tanzanian political culture and political socialization while apartheid, centralization of political power and political boycott determines the culture and socialization of political terrains of South Africa.
Key Words: Apartheid, Discontent. Parochial, Prejudice, Stigmatization
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