3 edition of Cultural globalization and plurality Africa and the new world found in the catalog.
Cultural globalization and plurality Africa and the new world
Abdul Rasheed NaКјallah
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Abdul-Rasheed Na"allah.|
|LC Classifications||DT16.5 .N33 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||1592217206, 1592217214|
|LC Control Number||2010002091|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Yoruba: the people, culture and oral performances --The Yoruba inherent cultural plurality --Identity, cultural pluralism and cultural accommodations --Rhetoric of similarity, indigenizing difference --Pluralism and the new world formations --Through a mirror of.
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Book Condition: New. A Brand New copy, unused and unread. Dispatched by next working day from Hereford, UK. We can now offer First Class Delivery for UK orders received before 12 noon, with same-day dispatch (Monday-Friday) not including Bank Holidays. Download PDF. Cultural globalization is a phenomenon referring to the rapid movement of ideas, attitude, festivals, values and cultural products across national borders.
Specifically now in the twenty first century, where the rapidity at which Cultural globalization is increasing is really high. Globalization is a diverse phenomenon which relates to a multilateral political world and to the increase of cultural objects and markets between countries.
The Indian experience particularly reveals the plurality of the impact of cultural globalization. Transculturalism is defined as "seeing oneself in the other". This book presents plurality and globalization concepts from African perspectives, using Yoruba and a few other African cultures as examples.
From discourses on New World and twenty-first century migration, trans-nationalism, slavery, to identity and African Islamic cultural performances, the book Pages: First published inCulture, Globalization and the World-System is one of the inaugural books discussing the increasing tendency of cultural practices to cross national boundaries.
Now widely available in the United States for the first time and updated with a new preface, these influential essays by a distinguished group of cultural /5(3). South Africa, as a result of globalization, comprises of different cultural groups in terms of race, ethnicity, religion and language.
It is estimated that % of the population in South Africa is made up of Black people while % is made up of whites. % is said to be colored as the remaining % is said to be Asian. The decade of eighties was the New World Information Order which has since given While cultural globalization is viewed here as the infiltration of foreign cultures into African culture, norms, values, and alteration of African social structure.
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