Table Of Contents
- Title Page
- Copyright Page
- Dedication Page
- About the editors
- About the book
- Citability of the eBook
- Framing post-election violence in Kenya
- Rwanda: shifts in media frames and the ICTR
- Frames from Sudanese media concerning the conflict in Darfur
- The editors and authors
The violence which erupted in the aftermath of the 2007 presidential election in Kenya was the first incidence of this kind. Earlier elections had triggered violence, too, but that time, the scope of violence exceeded all previous conflicts after Kenya’s independence from British rule. However, it would also be premature to see the post-election violence (PEV) in 2007 as only an extension or, worse, as the natural consequence of earlier conflicts. The violence was rooted in party politics as much as in ethnic divisions among the population.
Kenyan elections have only partly been shaped by ethnic cleavages and identity politics, and the party system does not directly reflect the ethnic affiliations of the population, although ethnic affiliations and identity politics dominated the post-colonial political system.
- ISBN (PDF)
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- ISBN (Hardcover)
- Publication date
- 2019 (March)
- International Justice Tribunals Africa Yugoslavia International Criminal Court United Nations
- Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Warszawa, Wien, 2019. 135 pp.