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Title:Traders without trade: Responses to change in two Dyula communities
Author:Launay, RobertISNI
Year:1982
Pages:188
Language:English
City of publisher:Cambridge
Publisher:Cambridge University Press
Geographic term:Ivory Coast - Côte d'Ivoire
Subjects:economics
education
Abstract:A study of the Duyla in Korhogo, a town in northern Ivory Coast, and in the large all-Dyula village of Kadioha, 50 km or so to the southwest of Korhogo. How are they adapting to their loss of control over the region's trade? How are the Dyula of Koko adaptting to their community's incorporation into a modern town? Introduction: the people and the problem I. The legacy of the past (Dyula and Senufo Warriors, scholars and traders - Clansmen and kinsmen - The mechanics of marriage). II. Responses, to change (The seeds of change Occupation, migration and education - Being Dyula in the 2Oth century - Dyula Islam: the new orthodoxy - Kinship in a changing world Conclusions: Heraclitus' paradox).
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