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16) The whole process of "independence" comes down to a mere Africanization of colonial institutions, leaving intact the basic structure of the colonial state.
Schmidt, Nancy J (1989) "The Africanization of Children's Literature in English Speaking Sub-Saharan Africa" Journal of African Children's Literature Vol.
First, in early July, the army revolted against its segregation, calling for the Africanization of the officer corps.
Holmes (1929: 151) -- but we can already now recognize the South Africanization of prehistory well in motion; calls for emancipation, defiant questioning of old imposed commonplaces on behalf of fresh local particularities, concerns with positioning, equivalences, margins, culs-de-sac, and so on.
17) See Allen Isaacman, Mozambique; the Africanization of a European Institution (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1972).
The Role of Women in Taarab in Zanzibar: An Historical Examination of a Process of Africanization.
It is important to realize that African Americans in this country and other places in the western hemisphere created and were the products of a process of Africanization that has largely eluded continental Africans to the present day.
Specifically, it was Catholic Europeanization that was targeted as the equivalent of Africanization and debauchery.
The new government was committed to the Africanization of both the administrative and the economic systems.
The resolution of a Commission of the Methodist Church of Ghana comprising seven African and seven missionary leaders regarding the question of Africanization of Christianity is apropos.
In a fascinating essay, Benjamin Braude points out that English (and European) acceptance of what has been called the "Curse of Ham" is based on a misinterpretation of Mandeville's Travels that amounted to a mistaken and "willfull Africanization of Ham," and he suggests that Purchas's acceptance of it in Hakluytus Posthumus, or Purchas His Pilgrims (1625-26) demonstrates how slavery "started to make it credible.
But they are tragic in the sense that it sets back the Africanization of the Society of Jesus.