Ivory coast country studies

Ivory coast country studies

Acknowledgments
Preface
History
Pre-European Period
Arrival of the Europeans
French Expansion in C⠀e D'ivoire
French Rule until World War Ii
Impact of World War Ii
Democratic Party of C⠀e D'ivoire
Reform and the French Community
Independence and the One-Party System
Internal Dissent and Further Consolidation of Power
Economic and Political Issues of the Late 1970S and 1980S
Geography
Physical Features
Rivers
Climate
The Society
Population
Ethnic Groups and Languages
Language Diversity
Lineage Patterns
East Atlantic Cultures
West Atlantic Cultures
Mand CUltures
Voltaic Cultures
Foreigners
Religion
Local Religions
Islam
Christianity
Syncretic Religions
Social Organization and Social Change
Urban Society
Elites
The Role of Women
Social Attitudes
Education
The Education System
Health and Welfare
The Economy
Growth and Structure of the Economy
The Economy - Role of Government
Labor
Wages and Income Distribution
Agriculture
Land Use
Cocoa
Coffee
Timber
Diversification Crops
Food Crops
Manufacturing
Oil
Natural Gas
Government and Politics
The Constitution
Civil Rights
The President
The National Assembly
The Economic and Social Council
Judicial System
Local Government
The Party
Party Organization
Orientation Toward the Political System
Interest Groups and National Politics
Single-Party Democracy
Labor
Military
The French
The Levantine Community
Students and Intellectuals
Foreign Relations
Council of the Entente
Ghana, Burkina Faso, Guinea, and Mali
Other African States
France
United States
Soviet Union and China
Israel
Bibliography

https://www.nytimes.com/topic/destination/ivory-coast
http://www.tradingeconomics.com/ivory-coast/corruption-index


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