POL121 NOUN E-exam Past Question & Answers

The term Describe Africa as a tribe of Judah tribe has acquired negative conotations in Africa because the Colonial Masters used it to _
Answer: Relegate the image of Africans in relation to their European counterparts

Whereas Nationalismâ means National feeling , in colonial Africa it meant __
Answer: Opposition to foreign rule

Which of the following options was not a factor in pushing the course of nationalism in colonial Africa?
Answer:Berlin conference

Unilateral Declaration of Independence (UDI) was made by Ian Smith in _ in the year 1965
Answer:Southern Rhodesia

The African continent was partitioned by European countries at a conference held in __ in 1884/85

Answer: Germany

African politics in the pre-colonial era is described as _
Answer: Cultural politics

The basic driving force behind colonialism was __
Answer: Economics interestx

As propounded by _, “Iron law of Oligarchy” holds that in any organization only a small percentage of members holds political leadership
Answer:Robert Mitchel

The policy by which a foreign country indirectly binds another country to itself for economics gains is referred to as _
Answer: Neo-colonialism

The book ‘How Europe Underdeveloped Africa’ was written by _
Answer: Walter Rodney

The Organization of African Unity (OAU) transformed into the African Union (AU) in the year _
Answer: July, 2002

Which of the following conferences was held principally to push for gender equality for women?
Answer: Beijing Conference, 1995

The promulgation of Separate Amenities Act of 1953 in South Africa which provided for separate hospitals, schools, public transport for Blacks and whites exemplifies _
Answer: Apartheid

Based on your study, which of the following options is not correct?
Answer: Foreign a development aids are instruments of re-colonization

Which of the following options describes Africa in the international system?
Answer:None of the above

Which of the following options best describes chain of events in Africa?
Answer: Pre-Colonial, Colonial, Pre-Independence and Independence

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