By John T. Friedman
In northwest Namibia, people's political mind's eye deals a robust perception into the post-apartheid nation. in response to wide anthropological fieldwork, this publication specializes in the previous South African apartheid regime and the current democratic executive; it compares the perceptions and practices of kingdom and common varieties of judicial management, displays upon the old trajectory of a chieftaincy dispute when it comes to the rooting of kingdom strength and examines daily varieties of belonging within the self reliant Namibian kingdom. via elucidating the nation via a spotlight at the social, historic and cultural methods that aid represent it, this research is helping chart new territory for anthropology, and it contributes an ethnographic standpoint to a much wider set of interdisciplinary debates at the kingdom and country processes.
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