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Facing Mount Kenya

Author : Jomo Kenyatta
ISBN : 1846555523
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Besides its continuing value for an understanding of the problems of Kenya, IFacing Mount Kenya/I has an enduring place in the literature of social anthropology. As Professor Malinowski wrote in his introduction, it 'is a really competent and instructive contribution to African ethnography by a scholar of pure African parentage... As a first-hand account of a representative African culture, as an invaluable document in the principles underlying culture-contact and change; last, but not least, as a personal statement of the new outlook of a progressive African, this book will rank as a pioneering achievement of outstanding merit'.I/I
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Facing Mount Kenya

Author : Jomo Kenyatta
ISBN : UOM:39015025543615
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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An eminent scholar and nationalistic leader presents a study of African tribal life as represented in his own Kikuyu society
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Facing Mount Kenya

Author : Jomo Kenyatta
ISBN : UOM:39015025543615
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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An eminent scholar and nationalistic leader presents a study of African tribal life as represented in his own Kikuyu society
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A Bishop Facing Mount Kenya

Author : Obadiah Kariuki
ISBN : UVA:X001276831
Genre : Anglican Communion
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Facing Mount Kenya

Author : Icon Group International
ISBN : 0546692613
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Woman As Mother And Wife In The African Context Of The Family In The Light Of John Paul Ii S Anthropological And Theological Foundation

Author : Joseph Okech Adhunga
ISBN : 9781493185283
Genre : Family & Relationships
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This study examines the theological and anthropological foundations of the understanding of the dignity and vocation of woman as a mother and wife, gifts given by God that expresses the riches of the African concept of family. There are two approaches to inculturation theology in Africa, namely, that which attempts to construct African theology by starting from the biblical ecclesial teachings and find from them what features of African culture are relevant to the Christian theological and anthropological values, and the other one which takes the African cultural background as the point of departure. According to John Paul II, the dignity and vocation of woman is “something more universal, based on the very fact of her being a woman within all the interpersonal relationships, which, in the most varied ways, shape society and structure the interaction between all persons,” (Mulieris Dignitatem no. 29). This “concerns each and every woman, independent of the cultural context in which she lives and independently of her spiritual, psychological and physical characteristics, as for example, age, education, health, work, and whether she is married or single,” (Mulieris Dignitatem, no. 29). The theology of inculturation as presented in this dissertation opens the way for the integration of the theological anthropological teachings of John Paul II in understanding African woman as mother and wife.
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Life In Kenya

Author : Godfrey Mwakikagile
ISBN : 9789987932276
Genre : History
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The author looks at Kenya in a modern and traditional context to provide a general picture of the country. Subjects covered include Kenya's provinces and the different ethnic groups in those areas. Also covered are towns and cities as well as other urban centres and natural resources in each of the provinces. Readers are also going to learn about some cultural aspects of Kenya. The work provides a comprehensive picture of Kenya in terms of geography and ethnic composition in order to help those who don't know much about it appreciate the beauty, complexity and diversity as well as the enormous potential of this East African country. Even those who already know many things about Kenya may be able to learn a few things from the book.
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Imagining The Twentieth Century

Author : Charles C. Stewart
ISBN : 0252066634
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Provides an overview of events during the twentieth century with photographs and essays
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