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By Gurminder K. Bhambra, Ipek Demir

ISBN-10: 0230229328

ISBN-13: 9780230229327

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The trajectory of Mugabe’s rule raises additional questions about how and why politically active student leaders often become conservative when they govern. Karl Mannheim sketches out a preliminary explanation for this phenomenon. Mannheim notes, ‘It appears to be a generally valid law of the structure of intellectual development that when new groups gain entry into an already established situation they do not take over without further ado the ideologies which have already been elaborated for this situation, but rather they adapt the ideas which they bring with them through their traditions to the new situation .

The race relations that appeared in their writings were incongruent with the race relations to be found in the society around them’ (1993: 2). In this chapter, I capitalize the terms African American, Black American and US Blacks and use all three interchangeably to describe the group of 35 million people. According to the 2000 Census, there are 34,658,190 people who are Black/African American alone, but 36,419,434 who are Black/African American alone or in combination with other racial categories.

1968 and 2008: A new turning point? This brief survey of US Black student activism in 1968 might help identify productive themes for analysing contemporary political activism. What are the lessons from the 1960s generally and this brief foray into African American youth activism in particular that might inform our understanding of contemporary youth activism? com - licensed to Feng Chia University - PalgraveConnect - 2011-05-13 16 First, the political activism of youth takes heterogeneous forms depending on the opportunities and constraints inherent in their social locations.

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