Space partners or mortal enemies: contentious lands, farmer-grazier conflicts and women's militancy in Cameroon

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Che, C. and Ufong Besing, M. 2015. Space partners or mortal enemies: contentious lands, farmer-grazier conflicts and women's militancy in Cameroon. in: Tukumbi, L. (ed.) Land Reforms and Natural Resource Conflicts in Africa: New Development Paradigms in the Era of Global Liberalization Routledge African Studies. pp. 55-74
AuthorsChe, C. and Ufong Besing, M.
EditorsTukumbi, L.
Page range55-74
Year2015
Book titleLand Reforms and Natural Resource Conflicts in Africa: New Development Paradigms in the Era of Global Liberalization
PublisherRoutledge African Studies
Output statusPublished
ISBN9781138888821
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Print24 Nov 2015
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Deposited07 Oct 2016
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