Tribal Communities and Social Change

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In this volume, renowned scholars examine a diverse range of tribal groups including: the Bhils, Gonds, Khasis and Koyas in India; the aboriginal Indians, Metis and Innuits in Canada; and tribal cultures in South Africa, Kenya and Malawi.

Focusing on the social history of these tribes, the book addresses key issues such as: primitive law, crime, kinship structures, education, religion and women and how the impact of colonialism has affected them. It also asks the questions: Does an acceptable definition of the concept of ‘tribe’ exist? and What is meant by the ‘social integration’ of tribals?

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Author

Pariyaram M Chacko

Year of Publication

2005

Pages

258

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