Abstract: This study of the impact of decentralization on land governance in a village in Senegal shows how different stakeholders interact to use decentralization to their own political and social benefit. A widespread sense of participation must be present to correct this.
Author(s): Touré, El Hadj
Source(s): , Recherches qualitatives; vol. 30, no. 1 p. 247-273, ill., tab Recherches qualitatives vol. 30, no. 1
Published: 2011 Association pour le recherche qualitative (ARQ), [S.l.] (French