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THE OROMO PERCEPTION OF RESOURCES AND SHARING P...
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THE OROMO PERCEPTION OF RESOURCES AND SHARING PRACTICES ab 48.99 € als Taschenbuch: The Case of Labor Animal and Land Dynamic Interactions among the Leeqaa Oromo of East Wollega Zone Ethiopia. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Sozialwissenschaft,

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The Origins of Ethnic Conflict in Africa
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From Darfur to the Rwandan genocide, journalists, policymakers, and scholars have blamed armed conflicts in Africa on ancient hatreds or competition for resources. Here, Tsega Etefa compares three such cases-the Darfur conflict between Arabs and non-Arabs, the Gumuz and Oromo clashes in Western Oromia, and the Oromo-Pokomo conflict in the Tana Delta-in order to offer a fuller picture of how ethnic violence in Africa begins. Diverse communities in Sudan, Ethiopia, and Kenya alike have long histories of peacefully sharing resources, intermarrying, and resolving disputes. As he argues, ethnic conflicts are fundamentally political conflicts, driven by non-inclusive political systems, the monopolization of state resources, and the manipulation of ethnicity for political gain, coupled with the lack of democratic mechanisms for redressing grievances.

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The Origins of Ethnic Conflict in Africa
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From Darfur to the Rwandan genocide, journalists, policymakers, and scholars have blamed armed conflicts in Africa on ancient hatreds or competition for resources. Here, Tsega Etefa compares three such cases-the Darfur conflict between Arabs and non-Arabs, the Gumuz and Oromo clashes in Western Oromia, and the Oromo-Pokomo conflict in the Tana Delta-in order to offer a fuller picture of how ethnic violence in Africa begins. Diverse communities in Sudan, Ethiopia, and Kenya alike have long histories of peacefully sharing resources, intermarrying, and resolving disputes. As he argues, ethnic conflicts are fundamentally political conflicts, driven by non-inclusive political systems, the monopolization of state resources, and the manipulation of ethnicity for political gain, coupled with the lack of democratic mechanisms for redressing grievances.

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THE OROMO PERCEPTION OF RESOURCES AND SHARING P...
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THE OROMO PERCEPTION OF RESOURCES AND SHARING PRACTICES ab 48.99 EURO The Case of Labor Animal and Land Dynamic Interactions among the Leeqaa Oromo of East Wollega Zone Ethiopia

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THE OROMO PERCEPTION OF RESOURCES AND SHARING P...
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The dynamic relationships that Oromo have with labor, animals and land resources have rarely been treated in the literature of Oromo and thus, this study aims to fill the gaps by examining multidimensional perceptions and sharing practices of the Leeqaa Oromo. The study reveals that the Leeqaa Oromo have multidimensional perceptions of labor, animals and land that encompass economic, social, cultural and psychological elements. They have moral values and norms that guide the sharing practices among themselves, which the Leeqaa Oromo favors the local institutional means, which are effective, flexible and participative. In addition, local institutions are needed to maintain peace and security, avoid behavior that are not normal in their social acts, sustain one's lineage and to create mutual interdependency to fill the scarcity of resources through joint endeavor for sustainable socio-economic relations. These communities' strategy clearly shows that within the subsistence economy, local institutions operating within the socio-cultural norms strengthen the socio- economic relationship that maintains internal moral unity of the community.

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A History of Written Oromo Literature to 1991
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Oromo belongs to the Cushitic language family. They have a single common mother tongue and form the largest homogenous culture sharing common descent, history and language in Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa. Nevertheless, they were denied any official status to exercise, develop and promote their culture, language and even to assert their identities under the past consecutive Ethiopian emperors. This was done for the purpose of Amharization policy under one culture, religion, language and minority dominated nationality. Any promotion done on the language was strictly inspected and forbidden in Ethiopia.Despite the efforts made by foreigners, religious men and Oromo scholars to study and develop it.However, these religious men and the Oromo scholars attempted to discover scripts suited for the writing of Afaan Oromo, collect a few words and develop sentences structures. It was through such distressing situation that, Afaan Oromo has managed to retain its coherence with insignificant dialectical limitation until it becomes the language of books, news papers, broadcasts, music, dramas, administration and instructional medias in schools.

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The syllbale of Kistane: A moraic Approach
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The Kistane people are one of the Gurage tribes who inhabited the northern most part of the Gurage land. Kistanes call themselves Christians and their language Kistane . Kistane have been sharing culture and blood relationships with neighboring Oromo. Most Kistane men can speak one or more languages, mainly Amharic and Oromo, beside their native language. This people, like other Gurages, is an agrarian society and distinguished for its ensut false banana based culture. This book presents the application of auto-segmental phonology to the syllable of the Kistane language. The book proceeds within the framework of the moraic approach, one of the resent theories in non-linear phonology, which best describes the syllable weight. Moraic theory assumes moras as weight bearing units rather than vowels nucleuses. Moraic theory is chosen for this book because it has better explanatory adequacy than other competing theories on the representation of a syllable. In this book, issues like syllable quantity and weight, compensatory lengthening and weight by position are briefly examined and discussed. The data of this book are gathered from the native speakers of Kistane living in Bui.

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Rethinking Ethiopia's Choice of Working Language
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Afaan Oromoo is the third largest indigenous language in Africa and the leading mother tongue in Ethiopia. In spite of its significance as a language of wider communication, until very recently, it has been one of the suppressed languages in Ethiopia. The FDRE Constitution too has selected Amharic as the sole working language of the federal government of Ethiopia. This work substantiates that the choice of the working language of the federal government including Addis Ababa and Dire Dawa is no less than discriminatory in its consequences and hence flawed for it utterly neglected the other competing languages, such as Afaan Oromoo. The selection of Amharic as the exclusive working language in all federal jurisdictions has adversely affected access to employment opportunities, mass media sharing, choice of medium of instruction in schools, services in courts and hospitals and ultimately the survival of the Oromo national identity in those areas. Thus, this work examines the choice of the federal working language of Ethiopia and its implications for non-Amharic languages in general and Afaan Oromoo and its speakers in particular.

Anbieter: Dodax
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The Origins of Ethnic Conflict in Africa
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From Darfur to the Rwandan genocide, journalists, policymakers, and scholars have blamed armed conflicts in Africa on ancient hatreds or competition for resources. Here, Tsega Etefa compares three such cases-the Darfur conflict between Arabs and non-Arabs, the Gumuz and Oromo clashes in Western Oromia, and the Oromo-Pokomo conflict in the Tana Delta-in order to offer a fuller picture of how ethnic violence in Africa begins. Diverse communities in Sudan, Ethiopia, and Kenya alike have long histories of peacefully sharing resources, intermarrying, and resolving disputes. As he argues, ethnic conflicts are fundamentally political conflicts, driven by non-inclusive political systems, the monopolization of state resources, and the manipulation of ethnicity for political gain, coupled with the lack of democratic mechanisms for redressing grievances.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 04.07.2020
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