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SUMMARY Our material on the Tlhaping illustrates, clearly the numerous inter-relations that exist between different manifestations of change. Changes in the social structure of a people are not simple processes, each of which can be easily isolated and described, but, because the relationships...
SYNOPSIS The phonological system of Manyika contains two pairs of sounds which are customarily described as implosive and explosive stops. The contrast is realized only in certain environments. Phonetic data are introduced to show that these sounds may be differentiated on the basis of a feature...
Studies in African Music. A. M. Jones. Oxford University Press, 1959. Vol. I: 295 pp., 18 plates, musical transcriptions. Vol. II: 238 pp., musical scores. £7. 7s. (two volumes). From Ape to Angel. H. R. Hays. Methuen & Co. Ltd., London, 1958. 461 pp., 32 plates. 36s. Foods and Feeding Habits of...
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