2 edition of Social control in an African society found in the catalog.
Social control in an African society
P. H. Gulliver
|Series||International library of sociology and social reconstruction, International library of sociology and social reconstruction (Routledge & Kegan Paul)|
|LC Classifications||GN659 A7 G8 1963|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||306|
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Social control The ways in which society prevents and sanctions behavior that violates social norms. refers to ways in which a society tries to prevent and sanction behavior that violates norms. Just as a society like the United States has informal and formal norms (see Chapter 2 "Culture and Society"), so does it have informal and formal. Introduction. Developed by Donald Black and since extended and applied to various subjects by a number of scholars, Black’s theory of law and social control addresses a phenomenon relevant to specialists in nearly every subfield of social science: the handling of human conflict.
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Gulliver New York University Press, Jan 1, - Social Science - pages. P.H. Gulliver’s most popular book is Social Control in an African Society: A Study of the Arusha P.H. Gulliver has 14 books on Goodreads with 18 ratings. Home. Get this from a library. Social control in an African society: a study of the Arusha: agricultural Masai of Northern Tanganyika.
[P H Gulliver]. Social Control In An African Society (My Paper). social control. That the modern methods of social control have not succeeded in adequately reducing crime and building confidence on peace making and conflict management.
There is an urgent need to synchronize the modern and traditional methods of social control to Cited by: 2. Get this from a library. Social control in an African society: a study of the Arusha: agricultural Masai of Northern Tanganyika.
African Studies Program, Boston University. [P H Gulliver]. In this paper, we try to show the relevance of African culture and values to the contemporary society but maintain that these values be critically assessed, and those found to be inimical to the well-being and holistic development of the society, be discarded.
In this way, African Cited by: ETHNOLOGY AND GENERAL: Social Control in an African Society: A Study of the Arusha, Agricultural Masai of Northern Tanganyika.
Philip H. GulliverCited by: 3. This book addresses the key questions of how to study and narrate change in African societies, in ways that empower those studied. Recommended reading for scholars, students, and practitioners interested in understanding gender, women’s lives, development, research methods, and African culture and history.
Ellis, Stephen, and Gerrie ter Haar. Abstract. It is known that before the advent of colonialism, Africa had a system of justice and adjudication hence, making the people conform to the ethos of the community, but the coming of colonialism has changed the people’s cognitive mapping of what constitute social order and control through the introduction of new methods leading to the abandonment of the traditional that was instant Cited by: 2.
(). Traditional social control in an ethnic society: Law enforcement in a Nigerian community 1. Police Practice and Research: Vol.
4, No. 1, pp. Cited by: 9. esting variation on a number of familiar African forms of society. As a study in social control Dr. Gulliver’s book concentrates upon the mechanisms of dispute settlement and control of deviance on the public level.
It does not include the general processes of Cited by: 3. One example of such an interest is expressed by Philip Gulliver,Social Control in an African Society in which the intimate relations between disputes are postulated as being important.
He examines the patterns of alliance between actors of a dispute and the strategies that develop as a result, the roles of mediators and the typologies for intervention.
Social justice, in traditional Africa, was also intended to contribute to social stability, and harmonious relationships within the ethnic group, and the lesser groupings of which it was composed. The expectations of the individual were largely dictated by structures, relationship patterns and roles.
Part of the Practical Social Work book series (PSWS) Abstract It will begin with an analysis of the ‘problem of black crime’ and discuss the grounds for thinking that one can speak of ‘black crime’ as a particular criminological issue — that is, of a category of criminal acts for which race is an important explanatory : David Smith.
WHITE DOMINANCE IN SOUTH AFRICA: A STUDY IN SOCIAL CONTROL' W. 0. BROWN Howard University N THIS paper an effort is made to give a brief, realistic analysis of the controls operative in the Union of South Africa, a society characterized by fundamental cleavages of race and cul-ture.2 In this outpost of the British Empire, 1,ooo,ooo whites.31 books every South African should read.
03 Feb Share on Facebook. The book also goes back into South Africa history, and explains the country’s ethnic mix – though it has also been criticised for pro-Afrikaner attitudes.
It is a dystopian, corporate-apartheid political thriller in which cellphones are used for social control. using any pre-colonial african system discuss the inter-play between politics and law.
INTRODUCTION As widely argued before colonialism, the African societies had a rich tradition of political, economic and social institutions that dealt with the allocation of resources, law-making and social control.