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A Wind of Change: Bekwarra in an Age of Globalization

By Aboki Associates

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A Wind of Change: Bekwarra in an Age of Globalization, sheds
light on the Bekwarra, the attendant misconceptions about
the people and processes that facilitated continuity and
change in an age of globalization. The book discusses the
different mythologies of origin and traditions of migrations
associated with the Bekwarra people. It further examines
how early Bekwarra ancestors slowly transitioned from
mobile people to develop a sedentary and communalistic
nature of agriculture and other economic activities to cope
with nature and to make a living. The book further explicates
the indigenous socio-cultural, political and religious
practices among the Bekwarra people that provided a sense
of community pride and created the fabric on which the society
functioned. To come to terms with the transformative process
that evolved over the years: the thrust of the discussion in
this book dwells on pre colonial Bekwarra history before
the evolutionary years which began with the advent of
colonialism.
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Published: June 2, 2012

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Abstract

A Wind of Change: Bekwarra in an Age of Globalization, sheds
light on the Bekwarra, the attendant misconceptions about
the people and processes that facilitated continuity and
change in an age of globalization. The book discusses the
different mythologies of origin and traditions of migrations
associated with the Bekwarra people. It further examines
how early Bekwarra ancestors slowly transitioned from
mobile people to develop a sedentary and communalistic
nature of agriculture and other economic activities to cope
with nature and to make a living. The book further explicates
the indigenous socio-cultural, political and religious
practices among the Bekwarra people that provided a sense
of community pride and created the fabric on which the society
functioned. To come to terms with the transformative process
that evolved over the years: the thrust of the discussion in
this book dwells on pre colonial Bekwarra history before
the evolutionary years which began with the advent of
colonialism.

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