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Published by University of West Indies Press in Kingston, Jamaica .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Civilization,
  • Ethnicity,
  • African influences,
  • Identity (Psychology)

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementedited by Horace Levy
ContributionsChevannes, Barry
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF2169 .A47 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 248 p. ;
Number of Pages248
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25549073M
ISBN 109766402108
ISBN 109789766402105
OCLC/WorldCa286503301

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African-Caribbean worldview and the making of Caribbean society. Kingston, Jamaica: University of West Indies Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Barry Chevannes; Barry Chevannes: Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Horace Levy; Barry Chevannes. The African-Caribbean worldview and the making of Caribbean society. Responsibility edited by Horace Levy. This book brings together contributions from a broad spectrum of authors on the most challenging issue for the Caribbean - against the dominating efforts of European colonizers and their descendants, the long-standing struggle of. 1 Jamaica, the Caribbean, Africa: 2 Myal, Revival and Rastafari in the Making of Western Jamaica: 3 Colonial Injustice: 4 Education, Race and Respectability in Jamaica: 5 No Space for Race? 6 Museography and Places of Remembrance of Slavery in Martinique: 7 “Reflection” from the Margin: 8 If Yuh Iron Good You. About this book A wide range of topics are covered: continuity between Rastafari and Revival, the origin and symbolism of the dreadlocks, the process of Rastafari integration into British society, the Gaan Gadu cult, home rituals, and the theoretical problems of African retention in the Caribbean.

The African-Caribbean Worldview and the Making of Caribbean Society He has made tremendous contribution to research and teaching in the areas of Afro-Caribbean religions, Caribbean culture and identity, male gender issues, crime/violence, values/ethics and social integration. book chapters and reports on his diverse research interests. The African Caribbean Worldview Worldview and Identity in the Caribbean. Indigenising Research Methodologies for Cultural Studies. Ambiguity in the Caribbean: Search for Knowledge and Identity. Intellectuals and their role in Caribbean Society. The Values We Live By and the Making of Caribbean Society. Anansi and Storytelling. The African Caribbean Worldview: Worldview and Identity in the Caribbean - Indigenising Research Methodologies for Cultural Studies - The Values We Live By and the Making of Caribbean Society - Anansi and Storytelling - Music as a Social and Cultural Force - Religion in the Caribbean . Book Review. The African-Caribbean Worldview and the Making of the Caribbean Society, edited by Horace Levy. R. Anthony Lewis. General Articles. A Raw Score Rater Measurement Model for Performance Assessment. caribbean. literacy. language. mathematics. secondary schools. TVET. assessment.

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