The Patterned Skin: ETHNIC SCARIFICATION IN DEVELOPING GHANA (2020)

The Patterned Skin ETHNIC SCARIFICATION IN DEVELOPING GHANA This ethnographic study involves the exploration of Ghanaian concepts and the cultural significance of scarification through the individual the lineage the clan the ethnic group and the community
  • Title: The Patterned Skin: ETHNIC SCARIFICATION IN DEVELOPING GHANA
  • Author: Christiana Oware Knudsen
  • ISBN: 9788789825120
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Paperback
  • This ethnographic study involves the exploration of Ghanaian concepts and the cultural significance of scarification through the individual, the lineage, the clan, the ethnic group, and the community as a whole It poses the question whether the breakdown of scarification traditions has affected the moral obligations of members of society and assesses its impact on developThis ethnographic study involves the exploration of Ghanaian concepts and the cultural significance of scarification through the individual, the lineage, the clan, the ethnic group, and the community as a whole It poses the question whether the breakdown of scarification traditions has affected the moral obligations of members of society and assesses its impact on development processes The book thus examines the relationship between scarification perceived as mutilation of the body or as a means of communication The book also serves as a general guide to ethnic scarification in Ghana.
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