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by Robert Launay

eBook Traders Without Trade Trade: Responses to Change in Two Dyula Communities (Cambridge Studies in Social and Cultural Anthropology) ePub
Author: Robert Launay
Language: English
ISBN: 0521241790
ISBN13: 978-0521241793
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1st ed. edition (January 28, 1983)
Pages: 200
Category: Anthropology
Subcategory: Social Sciences
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Author: Launay, Robert ISBN 10: 0521040310 The second part examines the ways in which both communities have adapted to the recent loss of their trading monopoly, and the strategies they have employed, such as emigration.

Author: Launay, Robert ISBN 10: 0521040310. Title: Traders Without Trade: Responses to Change in Two Dyula Communities Item Condition: New. Will be clean, not soiled or stained. The second part examines the ways in which both communities have adapted to the recent loss of their trading monopoly, and the strategies they have employed, such as emigration, the assimilation of Western education and the adoption of new occupations, to carve out a new economic niche for themselves.

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It is also the name of certain Manding-speaking ethnic minorities in parts of northern Ivory Coast, who, for centuries before the advent of colonial rule, enjoyed a virtual trading monopoly over the local region. Series: Cambridge Studies in Social and Cultural Anthropology.

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The word dyula means 'trader' in the Manding language. It is also the name of certain Manding-speaking ethnic minorities in parts of northern Ivory Coast, who, for centuries before the advent of colonial rule, enjoyed a virtual trading monopoly over the local region. In the first part of this book Robert Launay describes two Dyula communities prior to the twentieth-century colonial period: he discusses the regional symbiosis between Dyula traders and Senufo farmers; the organization of Dyula activity; and the division of the communities into relatively small clan wards with high rates of in-marriage. The second part examines the ways in which both communities have adapted to the recent loss of their trading monopoly, and the strategies they have employed, such as emigration, the assimilation of Western education and the adoption of new occupations, to carve out a new economic niche for themselves. As an account of the incorporation of 'traditional' community into a modern town, the book will be of interest to anthropologists and others concerned with development and modernisation in Africa and the Third World.
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