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Man and woman among the Azande.

E. E. Evans-Pritchard

Man and woman among the Azande.

by E. E. Evans-Pritchard

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Published by Free Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sudan.
    • Subjects:
    • Zande (African people),
    • Zande (African people) -- Marriage customs and rites.,
    • Sex customs -- Sudan.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 14-15.

      StatementEdited by E. E. Evans-Pritchard.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT132 .E79 1974b
      The Physical Object
      Pagination197 p.
      Number of Pages197
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5427755M
      LC Control Number73022630

      The Azande people experienced a shortage of women, causing the available women to be given to the rich. Due to this, if a man had an interest in a boy between the ages of 12 he paid a. Among the Azande, clan affi liation was not stressed at the local level. E. E. Evans-Pritchard (), the ethnographer most responsible for knowledge about the Azande, found, as he endeavored to gather genealogies, that “except in the royal clan, genealogical relationships between clansmen were very seldom known andFile Size: KB.

      The Azande people hail from the northwestern side of Sudan. The name Azande is usually translated to mean a people who own large tracts of land. The Azande came to own huge lands through conquests which was brought about by an individual who had gained much wisdom and power by using his clans witchcraft and was able to use that wisdom and power to marshal all clans of the. Traditional Azande society was highly patriarchal. Women's roles were limited to the domestic sphere. Women were responsible for raising the children, farming, preparing food, and completing the household chores. Men held all positions of public authority, with women being subservient (in a lesser, obedient position) to their husbands.

      WITCHCRAFT AMONG THE AZANDE1 A review of Dr. Evans-Pritchard's book by DR. GUiNTER WAGNER DR. EVANS-PRITCHARD, in a series of previous publications, has already aroused a wider interest in the culture of the Azande, the Central African people that inhabits the extensive area of the Nile-Congo divide. In the present volume, which. Women tend gardens, look after pigs, hunt, and gather, while men use their networks of reciprocity to organize labor-intensive activities. Before the government interfered in the practice, warfare among the Kaluli consisted primarily of.


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Man and Woman among the Azande. New York: The Free Press, Bonnie Keller Man and Woman among the Azande is a collection of texts from the Azande, a central African people who live in the former colonial territories of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, French Equatorial Africa, and the Belgian Congo.

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Evans-Pritchard, E.E. (ed). Published by Faber & Faber, London () ISBN X ISBN Witchcraft among the Azande (Zande people) is evil magic used to inflict harm on an individual and is the cause of all unusual or terrible events that take place.

The belief in witchcraft is present in every aspect of Zande society. They believe it is a power that can only be passed on from a parent to their child.

To the Azande, a witch uses witchcraft when he has hatred towards another person. Review of Witchcraft among the Azande. By John Corry, New York Times, 1 January Witchcraft among the Azande is straight-on anthropology, a no-frills documentary that wants to elucidate rather than entertain.

There is nothing pretentious about this, however, and Witchcraft Among the Azande is absorbing, even entertaining, on its terms.

It will be seen on Channel 13 at 10 tonight. The major anthropological work on the Azande was carried out by E.E Evans-Pritchard, who went out to study the group during the ’ many of the significant areas arising from his work was the nature of witchcraft and magic beliefs among the Azande.

Evans-Pritchard in his ethnographic text ‘Witchcraft Oracles and Magic Among the Azande’ wrote about the Azande people of Sudan. The belief in witches and witchcraft was an integral part of Azande life at this time.

Evans-Pritchard gives the example of when an old granary collapses, killing or injuring somebody resting beneath it. The book Malleus Maleficarum was: Among the Azande, the diagnosis of an illness is confirmed by a medium through spirit possession. False. A granary has collapsed seriously injuring a man who was working underneath it.

An Azande would be most like to blame the injury upon sorcery. Man and woman among the Azande. [E E Evans-Pritchard;] Book: All Authors / Contributors: E E Evans-Pritchard.

Find more information about: ISBN: X Azande -- Men -- Interpersonal relationships with women Sudan. Equatoria, ca ; Confirm this request. The book is divided into four distinct sections headed 'Witchcraft', 'Oracles', 'Witch-Doctors', and 'Magic'.

Each chapter is a detailed account of each role supernatural beings or acts takes in the Azande culture. Also included is an introduction by Eva Gillies and four appendix s: 8.

The subtitle of that book is A description of the modes of livelihood and political institutions of a Nilotic people. And yet in Witchcraft, Oracles, and Magic among the Azande, E-P says next to nothing about Zande modes of livelihood or political institutions.

It almost seems as though the two books /5. Download man and woman among the azande free shared files from DownloadJoy and other world's most popular shared hosts. Our filtering technology ensures that only latest man and woman among the azande files are listed. The ethnic term Azande refers to a culturally diverse group of peoples who, over the past two hundred years, have been brought together under the governments of a number of distinct kingdoms.

Little is known of their history prior to this period. Reliable first-hand accounts of the Azande only began to appear toward the middle of the nineteenth century.

The Azande are mainly small-scale farmers. Crops include maize, rice, groundnuts (also known as peanuts), sesame, cassava and sweet potatoes. Fruits grown in the area include mangos, oranges, bananas, pineapples, and also sugar cane. Zandeland is also full of palm oil and sesame.

Man & Woman among the Azande. Evans-Pritchard, E.E. (ed). Published by Faber & Faber, London () ISBN X ISBN Dust Jacket Condition: Fair.

Very good book which has a small mark to the bottom corner of the closed page block. Dustwrapper shows one tiny tear at the top of the spine and is not price clipped, however, a. The Azande people remind me as of being “old-fashioned”. Just for the fact that the men, play the big role in the family.

They are the leaders basically the “big man on campus” but for the family. Now the women stand by their men and take care of their children. In their community they all stick together and marry within them. Man and woman among the Azande by E.

Evans-Pritchard 3 editions - first published in. An example of this is Evans- Pritchard's Man and Woman Among the Azande, which presents a picture of women based on oral data recorded by African male assistants from male informants, all compiled by a European male.Evans-Pritchard: Witchcraft, Oracles & Magic Among The Azande Summary.

Witchcraft is discovered by means of oracles. Both oracles and stories of witches obey certain hierarchical expectations.

Witchcraft is not strange, but an expected part of everyday life.E.E. Evans-Pritchard has 44 books on Goodreads with ratings. E.E. Evans-Pritchard’s most popular book is Witchcraft, Oracles, and Magic Among the Az.