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Perceptions Of The Relationship Between Cultural Biases And Farmer-Herder Conflicts In Taraba State, Nigeria

Hamid U. Mahmood, Chia I. Azuaga
Published 2020 · Geography

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This study examined the relationship between cultural biases and farmer-herder conflicts in Taraba State, Nigeria. The population was made up of 973 respondents comprising the households of selected farmers and herders in Taraba State. The sample size of210 was selected using purposive sampling procedure. The instrument for data collection was an 18-item questionnaire. One hundred and ninety-five (195) copies of the questionnaire were successfully retrieved and analysed. Mean and standard deviation was used to summarise the data. Findings indicated that cultural barriers which spots nomads as strangers in farming communities is among some aspects of cultural biases that promote farmer-herder conflicts in Taraba State. Government should come up with policies that will reduce the vegetative impact of cultural preferences and barriers. Keywords: Cultural biases, farmer-herder conflicts, socio-economic activities
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