NATIONALIST STRUCTURE IN SOUTH AFRICA: A CASE STUDY OF THE AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS (ANC) IN SOUTH AFRICA

TABLE OF CONTENT
TITLE PAGE
TABLE OF CONTENT

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
STATEMENT OF THE STUDY
DEFINITION OF CONCEPTS
RESEARCH QUESTION
OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
LITERATURE REVIEW
THEORITICAL FRAMEWORK
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
SCOPE AND LIMITATIONOF THE STUDY
CHAPTERIZATION

CHAPTER TWO:
THE ROLE OF THE AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS (ANC) IN THE NATIONALIST STRUGGLE IN SOUTH FRICA

CHAPTER THREE
HOW THE ANC RECREATE SOUTH AFRICA FROM THE SYSTEM OF APARTHIED TO DEMOCRATIC SYSTEM THE PERIOD OF NON-VIOLENCE
THE PATH OF ARMED STRUGGLE
THE GENERAL EFFECT OF THE AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS AS A LIBERATION ORGANISATION

CHAPTER FOUR
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION
BIBLIOGRAPHY

CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY
Nationalism in modern history is the movement through which the realisation of a nation- state is regarded as paramount for the attainment of social, economic and cultural aspiration of the people. Nationalism is characterised principally by the feeling of communality among a people, based on common descent, language and religion. Before the 18th century when nationalism emerged as a distinct movement, states usually were based on religion or dynastic ties, citizens owed loyalty to their churches or ruling families. People rarely extend their interest across national frontiers.


Historically, the tendency towards nationalism was fostered by various technological, cultural, political and economic advances. Improvement in communication extended the knowledge of people beyond their villages or provinces. The spread of education in vernacular tongues of the lower income group gave them the feeling of participation in a common cultural heritage. Through education, people learned of their common background and tradition and began to identify themselves with the historical continuity of the nation. The introduction of national constitution and the struggle for political rights gave people the sense of belonging to determine their fate as a nation and of sharing responsibilityfor the future well- being of that nation. At the same time the growth of trade and industry laid the basis for economic units larger than the traditional cities or provinces.

Nationalist struggle like other terms in political science is not subjected to a single approach, not even a single conceptualisation, because it means different thing to different people and different countries. Nationalist struggle can be defined as the sentiment and reaction of the indigenes (natives) against foreign rule and domination. Nationalist struggle was said to be an instrument for organised escape from the tyranny of the oppressive monarchs in Europe. However, to the Africans generally, nationalist struggle means opposition to European rule except in the case of south African was also colonised by Africans. There are many reasons for the development of nationalist struggle in African. Some of the reasons are partly social, partly political and partly economic in nature. First and foremost, the racial differences which exonerate racial discrimination pave to the whites in the all aspect of life, which eventually erodes the opportunities for Africans in their own countries.

Similarly, there was monopoly of foreign and major firm in trade and commerce, and there was disliked by the nationalist. African business....

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