3 edition of Caste and communication in a Wolof village found in the catalog.
Caste and communication in a Wolof village
Written in English
|Statement||Judith Temkin Irvine|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1, 66, 484 leaves|
|Number of Pages||484|
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Caste and Communication in a Wolof Village. Dissertation at the University of Pennsylvania. Available through interlibrary loan in microfiche, or for purchase through University Microfilms. The volume has an entire chapter (50 pages) on the sociology and oral traditions of griots.
Caste, Class, and Status: A Wolof Case Study. What is caste. A form of social stratification that: A) requires endogamy B) involves fixed ranks in a hierarchy, with no mobility C) Caste and communication in a Wolof village book specific ranks or castes with an occupational or artisanal identity D) is hereditary.
Wolof caste conforms to this definition. Caste systems in Africa are a form of social stratification found in numerous ethnic groups, found in over fifteen countries, particularly in the Sahel, West African and North African region. These caste systems feature endogamy, hierarchical status, inherited occupation, membership by birth, pollution concepts and restraints on commensality.
The caste system is closely aligned with the division of labour and the order is clearly associated with past political power. There is no clear consensus on the basic caste divisions in Senegambian society or even on the use of the word caste to describe Gambian social structure.
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In the village of Amausi, which is in the district of Khagaria, members of a lower caste shot dead 16 from a higher caste, including five children, on Oct.
1, A lower court in Khagaria imposed the death sentence on 10 of the defendants and acquitted 14 on Feb. 14, Even today, the caste system demands a certain kind of cooperation from different castes living in a village on social occasions and in agricultural activities.
But, such a demand remains unattended. The fact is that the caste system has diminished its significance, however, caste as a discrete entity remains. Excellent follow-up to the first book.
Love the characters and their village. Since most of the characters were in the first book, it gives the reader an opportunity to develop a clearer understanding of their lives as lived in the village.
Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse/5(50).ADVERTISEMENTS: This article throws light upon the top seven socio-cultural features of village community in India. Socio-Cultural Feature # 1.
Relative Self-Sufficiency: In the past, a traditional village was very much self-sufficient in several respects. The village was a unit of production as well as consumption.
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