Corruption is so widespread in Nigeria that its citizens call it simply 'the Nigerian factor.' This book aims to understand the dilemmas average Nigerians face every day as they try to get ahead - or just survive - in a society riddled with corruption.The great merit of this book is to show that corruption has many faces in everyday life. The term is all too often used as a blanket notion. Smith shows how misleading this is by studying it as a daily reality with manifold expressions.
|Title||:||A Culture of Corruption|
|Author||:||Daniel Jordan Smith|
|Publisher||:||Princeton University Press - 2007|