African Political Systems (International African Institute) download epub
by Sir Edward E. Evans-Pritchard,Meyer Fortes
African political systems. London : Pub. for the International African Institute by the Oxford university press.
African political systems. by. Fortes, Meyer; International African Institute; Evans-Pritchard, E. E. (Edward Evan), 1902-1973. Tribes, Indigenous peoples - Africa, Primitive societies. University of California Libraries.
The book contains eight separate papers produced by scholars working in the field of anthropology, each of which focuses in on a different society in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Sir Edward Evan Evans-Pritchard, FBA (21 September 1902 – 11 September 1973), known as E. Evans-Pritchard, was an English anthropologist who was instrumental in the development of social anthropology. He was Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Oxford from 1946 to 1970. Evans-Pritchard was educated at Winchester College and studied history at Exeter College, Oxford, where he was influenced by R. R. Marett, and then as a postgraduate at the London School of Economics (LSE)
Some African societies (. the San) were organized into kin- based bands. There were similar attempts to classify systems of kinship and marriage, the most famous being that of the French anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss.
Some African societies (. the Nuer and the Tallensi) were federations of unilineal descent. groups, each of which was associated with a territorial segment. In 1949 he presented a classification of marriage systems from diverse localities, again within the framework of an implicit evolutionary series.
Sir Edward Evan Evans-Pritchard, FBA, known as E. Evans-Pritchard, was an English anthropologist who was . Oxford University Press (OUP) is the largest university press in the world, and the second oldest after Cambridge University Press. African Political Systems. Many dogmatic opinions are held on the subject of African political organization and are even made use of in administrative practice; but no one has yet examined this aspect of African society on a broad, comparative basis.
Evans-Pritchard, E. (1940). By M. Fortes and E. Evans-Pritchard Other. Evans-Pritchard, E. (Edward Evan), 1902-1973, joint ed. Also Titled
Evans-Pritchard, E. London : Oxford University Press. Evans-Pritchard. The kingdom of the Zulu of South Africa. The political organization of the Ngwato of Bechuanaland protectorate. Also Titled.
Professor A. Radcliffe-Brown, . Emeritus Professor of Social Anthropology in the University of Oxford INTRODUCTION
Professor A. Emeritus Professor of Social Anthropology in the University of Oxford INTRODUCTION. Dr. M. Fortes and Professor E. Evans-Pntchard Aims of this Book. A Representative Sample of African. Political Philosophy and Comparative Politics. The Two Types of Political System Studied. Kinship in Political Organization. The Influence of Demography. The Influence of Mode of Livelihood. Composite Political Systems and the Conquest Theory. The Territorial Aspect.
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Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Publisher: Oxford University Press (December 1961)
Pages: 326 pages