Word of the Week: Nepotism

As in: “However, for others, politics has been equated with corruption, nepotism, and patronage politics. For them, the struggle has been to redefine politics in a new way in order to allow women to seek political office” (Tripp, Casimiro, and Kwesiga, 2009, p.101).

 Tripp, A. M., Casimiro, I., & Kwesiga, J. (2009) African women’s movements: Changing political landscapes. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

For definitions of nepotism, consult the Oxford English Dictionary.

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