2 edition of Social control in traditional southern Eweland of Ghana found in the catalog.
Social control in traditional southern Eweland of Ghana
Includes bibliographical references (p. -150) and index.
|LC Classifications||DT510.43.E94 A26 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||154 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||97949879|
Degbey () emphasized that the dominance of the elders/aged has a relatively high degree of social control on the individual especially, the youth. The uniqueness of this system with regards to parenting in our traditional African communities is that the responsibility in taking care of the child is not only to the biological parents. Academic Book Production and Distribution in Africa: support from Nordic countries. Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa, ). X+PP-?45 Social Control in Traditional Southern Eweland: relevance for modern crime prevention. (Accra: Ghana Universities Press, ). pp-?ADI, HAKIM. West Africans in Britain.
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vi + pp. Photographs. Social Control in Traditional Southern Eweland of Ghana: Relevance for Modern Crime Prevention. 1st Edn., Ghana Universities Press, Accra, ISBNpp: Juveniles in adult prisons.
Abotchie, C. () Social control in traditional southern Eweland of Ghana: Relevance for modern crime prevention, Accra, Ghana: Ghana Universities Press. Google Scholar Adinkrah, M. () Husbands who kill their wives: An analysis of uxoricides in contemporary Ghana.
Social Control in Traditional Southern Eweland of Ghana: Relevance for Modern Crime Prevention: Author(s): Chris Abotchie: Date Published: Annotation: This book explores the primordial mechanisms of social control available to the traditional Southern Ewes of Ghana and suggests how they may by used in modern crime prevention.
Abstract. A Handbook of Eweland: The Ewes of Southeastern Ghana (Accra: Woeli Publishing Services, ) and Abotchie, Chris, Social Control in Traditional Sothern Eweland of Ghana: Relevance for Modern Crime Prevention (Accra: Ghana Universities Press, ).
The troxovi system lies at the interface of traditional religion, social structure, and social/crime control; hence, one cannot fully understand the system without also understanding these factors.
Trokosis children, mostly female virgins, are made to atone for the crimes of family members. Dominic Milazi University ofthe North West Anthropology Chris Abotchie Social Control in Traditional Southern Eweland of Ghana: Relevance for Modern Crime Prevention.
Accra, Ghana Universities Press, pp. $pap. ISBN [ABC] This book consists of nine chapters. ); Chris Abotchie, Social Control in the Traditional Southern Eweland of Ghana: Relevance for Mod- ern Crime Prevention (Accra, Ghana: Ghana Universities Press, ); Godwin Kwaku Nukunya.
Professor Christ Abotchie of the Sociology Department of the University of Ghana stated in his “Social Control in Traditional Southern Eweland of Ghana” that notwithstanding the persisted onslaught against crime, it has defied all manners of measures and is.
• Abotchie, C. () Structure of Traditional Ghanaian Societies. Hans Publications Ltd. Accra • Abotchie, C. () Social Control in Traditional Eweland of Ghana (pg ) • Nukunya, G.
() Tradition and Change. An Introduction to Sociology. (pg. ) Slide 4. Ghana writing on the ‘Social Control in Traditional Southern Eweland of Ghana’ indicated that the war against crime continues unabated and it appears to be no end immediately in sight adding that.
The traditional social control had a traditional codes of control by which conduct was measured against, which still apply in rural Ghana together with the modern state criminal code. Today informal social control involves social control through songs, social stigmatisation, fear of inescapable supernatural exposure and taboos.
The Social Organisation of the LoWiili, ——. Changing Social Structure in Ghana, Hill, Polly. Migrant Cocoa Farmers of Southern Ghana, Jeong, Ho-Won. "Ghana: Lurching toward Economic Rationality." World Affairs (2): –, ——.
"Economic Reform and Democratic Transition in Ghana.". Abotchie, CK () Social Control in Traditional Southern Eweland of Ghana: Relevance for Modern Crime Prevention, Accra: Ghana Universities Press. Google Scholar Addai, I () Religious affiliation and sexual initiation among Ghanaian women.
Cross, M., Mkwnazi-Twalam, Z. & Kline, G. Social Control in Traditional Southern Eweland of Ghana: Relevance for Modem Crime Prevention A Handbook of Eweland.
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Relevance for Modern Crime PreventionChris Abotchie pp. Ghana Univ. Press $/Pound pap. Social Problems in Eastern Africa. University of Ghana stated in his "Social Control in Traditional Southern Eweland of Ghana" that notwithstanding the persisted onslaught against .Ghana is rich in culture and has various ethnic groups such as; the Akans, Ga, Adangbe, Guang, Dagombas, Mamprusi, Gurunsi, Gonjas and Ewe.
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