About David O Moveh PhD.
David O. Moveh (PhD) is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Political Science and International Studies, Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, where he has been involved in teaching and research for over ten years. Moveh's PhD which he concluded in the same institution in 2012 is a comparative study of the Presidential elections conducted by Nigeria's Independent National Electoral Commission (1999-2011). His research interests and publications are in the areas of Elections, Democratization, Insurgencies and Counterinsurgencies and Globalization. Moveh has published extensively in reputable international and local journals. He has also served in various administrative capacities in the Department of Political Science and International Studies A.B.U, Zaria. Since 2012 he has been the graduate studies coordinator in the Department of Political Science (ABU) and in 2013 he was the Acting Assistant Dean of the Faculty of Social Science, ABU, Zaria.
Journal Papers (8)
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF GLOBALIZATION AND DEMOCRATIC CONSOLIDATION IN GHANA ...
The Humanities Journal: An International Journal of Research and Development (2010)
The implications of globalization for the developing world continue to attract the attention of scholars across the globe; yet, scant ...
BOOK CHAPTERS (3)
CONFERENCE PAPER (3)
ISSUES IN THE EVALUATION OF ELECTION ADMINISTRATION
VIII. National Conference on 2011 General Elections, on the Theme: Conducting Peaceful, Free and Fair Elections in 2011: The Role of Stake Holders. Organized by Department of Political Science, University of Abuja, Nigeria, March 15th-17th 2011. (2011)
Liberal democratic theory emphasizes a direct relationship between the quality of the electoral administration process and the qualification of a ...
A REVIEW OF ELECTION ADMINISTRATION AND DEMOCRATIC ORDER IN NIGERIA
15th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association, (NASA) (2010)
One basic assumption of contemporary liberal democratic theory is the efficient management of elections as a fundamental prerequisite for democratic ...
A SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF AFRICA’S DEVELOPMENT IMPASSE: INSIGHTS FROM ...
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HOW AFRICANS UNDERDEVELOPED AFRICANS (2009)
Various theories and strategies have attempted to explain and overcome Africa’s developmental impasse to no avail. Indeed, from the modernization ...