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A12NAfricanization (A followed by 12 letters, followed by N)
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The adjective "classical" should not derail us, save to say that the debate on the same question between Tutu and Mbiti about the distinction that is often made between Africanization and Black Theology is equally classical.
com will act as a language platform for new and established businesses breaking into the continent by supporting their business needs through a number of vital language communication services, including translation, Africanization, language localization, transcription, website translation, creative copywriting and consultancy.
Money Has No Smell: The Africanization of New York City.
Consequently Achebe's and many other creative English writers' like Soyinka and Gabriel Okra's innovative linguistic strategies of code switching code mixing linguistic hybridization and Africanization of English in the socio-linguistic settings of Anglophone Africa suggest close equivalence to the appropriating linguistic and textual strategies inducted by Roy in her novel.
Credit for whatever simulacrum of postconciliar adaptation, Africanization, or inculturation that existed belonged to European bishops and clergy, not to--if I might paraphrase--their inferior, illiterate, and retrograde African counterparts bereft of theological imagination.
Bee Populations, Forest Disturbance, and Africanization in Mexico.
The important word is africanization, meaning rapid deployment of the African force," said the official, who wasn't authorized to speak publicly and asked not to be identified.
During our discussions, three themes emerged that are currently receiving much attention from those involved in taking UNISA forward: servant leadership, Africanization, and disruptive innovation.
16) "Independence" basically comes down to a mere Africanization of colonial institutions, leaving intact the basic structure of the colonial state.
This continued importation of Africans contributed largely to the Africanization of the Sea Islands.
The quest of these Christian nationalists was for an Africanization of the church that challenged white monopoly over ecclesial administrative structures and "countered the denigration of indigenous cultures with a nationalist anti-structure.
Chapters also focus on the African background of religious founders and leaders, the Africanization of New World fraternal institutions and organizations, and the dynamic and evolving nature of African-based theologies and outlooks.