Traditional village councils, modern associations, and the emergence of hybrid political orders in rural Morocco
Peace Review: a journal of social justice , Volume 21 - Issue 1 p. 45- 53
This essay aims to emphasize the relevance and analytical usefulness of the concept of hybrid political orders with regard to a state and a society that is neither in a post-war nor peace-building situation. Rather, the case of rural Morocco illustrates how hybrid political orders emerge over time, in the context of post-colonial state-building in general, and in the context of decentralization reforms, the proliferation of participatory programs, and the growth of ‘‘civil society’’ in particular.
|ISS Staff Group 2: States, Societies and World Development|
|Peace Review: a journal of social justice|
|Organisation||International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University (ISS)|
Bergh, S.I. (2009). Traditional village councils, modern associations, and the emergence of hybrid political orders in rural Morocco. Peace Review: a journal of social justice, 21(1), 45–53. doi:10.1080/10402650802690060