[...] poverty, rentier politics, and marginalization do not invariably result in conflict.\n CONCLUSION Scholars have deliberately or inadvertently mischaracterized conflicts in the Niger Delta, and in particular the Ogoni conflict. In contradistinction to analytical efforts that spurn a dualism of redistribution and recognition, the Ogoni worldview and activists' claims do not entertain such binary. [...] activists showed little awareness of any self-contradiction when in the attempt to explain their motivation they simultaneously appeal to elements of redistribution and recognition.
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