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French perspectives in African studies: a collection of translated essays; edited with an introduction by Pierre Alexandre; foreword by Daryll Forde; [translated from the French].

; International African Institute
London, Oxford University Press for the International African Institute, 1973.
ISBN 0197241913

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Other Authors International African Institute.
Subjects Ethnology -- Africa, Sub-Saharan.
Description viii, 240 p. illus. 23 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographies.
Contents Griaule, M. The mother's brother in the western Sudan.--Calame-Griaule, G. Stylistic study of a Dogon text.--Dieterlen, G. A contribution to the study of blacksmiths in West Africa.--Lebeuf, J.-P. and Lebeuf, A. Symbolic monuments of the Logone-Birni Royal Palace.--Paulme, D. Blood pacts, age classes and castes in black Africa.--Zahan, D. Towards a history of the Yatenga Mossi.--Balandier, G. Traditional social structure and economic change.--Mercier, P. The study of marriage and urban research.--Sautter, G. Regional studies.--Alexandre, P. Problems of modern political terminology in African languages.--Meillassoux, C. On the mode of production of the hunting band.--Person, Y. Oral tradition and chronology.--Zempleni-Rabain, J. Food and the strategy involved in learning fraternal exchange among Wolof children.
Geographic Area Africa, Sub-Saharan
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00641511
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