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- PhD, Conflict Transformation and Peace Studies (UKZN)
- MA, Political
Science, (University of Windsor)
- BA (Honors) Political
Studies, Bishop’s University
- Conflict Transformation
- Conflict Prevention
- Human Security
- Peace and Conflict Studies
- Politics and Law in South Africa
- Independent Research: Government Business and Ethics
- Ettang, D.
and Okem, A. (2016) Perpetrators and Victims: Exploring Women’s Roles in
Ethno-religious conflicts in Plateau State, Nigeria. Gender and Behaviour, 14 (2), 7354 – 7363.
S. and Ettang, D. (2016) Communicating South Africa’s Soft Power: Agents,
Instruments and Recipients. Communicatio,
42 (3), 293-312.
- Ettang, D.
and Okem, A. (2016) “An Examination of the Roles of Cooperatives in
Post-conflict Societies” in Okem, A. (ed.) Theoretical
and Empirical Studies on Cooperatives: Lessons for Cooperatives in South
Africa. Dordrecht: Springer.
- Ettang D. (2016) “Transformation
Education”: Interrogating the Utility of Conflict Transformation Theory in
Peace Education in Plateau State Nigeria. in Maphosa S. and Keasley, A.
(ed.) Peace Education in Fragile African Contexts – Thinking about
Effectiveness: What’s going to make a Difference. Pretoria: Africa
Institute of South Africa.
J. and Ettang, D. (2016) “Demography and Migration with Emphasis on Examining
Impact and Responses by the Family, Community and Government in South Africa”
in Ferrante, J. et al (eds.) Sociology: A
South African Perspective. Hampshire: Cengage Learning EMEA.
- Ettang, D. (2014) Female Presidents in Africa:
New Norms in Leadership or Reflection of Current Practice. In Jallow, B. (ed.) Leadership in Postcolonial Africa: Trends
Transformed by Independence. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Ettang D. (2014) Africa and the global trade in illicit
small arms and light weapons, in Murithi, T. ed. Handbook of Africa’s International Relations. Tim Murithi,
Routledge: New York.