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0821412418
Author:
Eisei Kurimoto,Simon Simonse
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English
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Ohio University Press; 1 edition (July 1, 1998)
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Age systems are involved in the competition for power. Eisei Kurimoto is an associate professor at the National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka. Series: Eastern African Studies.

Age systems are involved in the competition for power. They are part of an institutional complex that makes societies fit to wage war. This book argues that in postcolonial North East Africa. Hardcover: 284 pages.

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eds), Conflict, Age and. Power. Africa: âge. Systems. Age and Power in North East Africa: age systems in transition Oxford: James Currey; Nairobi: East African Educational Publishing; Kampala: Fountain; Athens OH Age and Power in North East Africa is a book that emanated from a 1995 symposium.

The Journal of African History. Oxford: James Currey; Nairobi: East African Educational Publishing; Kampala: Fountain Publishers; Athens: Ohio University Press, 1998. 40 (ISBN 0-85255-252-1); £1. 5, paperback (ISBN 0-85255-251-3).

Conflict, age, and power in North East Africa. Publication, Distribution, et. Oxford Simonse, Simon. Uniform Title: Eastern African studies (London, England). Rubrics: Aging Africa, Northeast Political aspects Kinship Women Social conditions Social conflict.

Series: James Currey - Eastern African Studies (1998). References to this work on external resources. Library descriptions. No library descriptions found. LibraryThing members' description.

Conflict, Age & Power in North East Africa: Age Systems in Transition

Conflict, Age & Power in North East Africa: Age Systems in Transition. This study found a very heterogenic population with a markedly Bos indicus ancestry and with some degree of admixture with Bos taurus of African and Near East origin.

Age systems are involved in the competition for power

Age systems are involved in the competition for power. Topics examined are regional age systems, the decline of some systems and the persistence of others, the way women are included or excluded, and the politicization and militarization of age systems in national political conflicts and civil wars. Eastern African Studies. Ohio University Press.

Conflict, age and power in North East African age systems, Simon Simonse and Eisei Kurimoto resonance of age systems in southeastern Sudan, Eisei Kurimoto age, conflict and power in the monyomiji ag. More). Conflict, Age and Power in North East Africa: Age Systems in Transition. Jon G. Abbink, Eisei Kurimoto, Simon Simonse.

Series Eastern African Studies. Age Systems In Transition.