2 edition of Kofyar of Nigeria found in the catalog.
Kofyar of Nigeria
Robert McC Netting
|Statement||[by] Robert M. Netting.|
|Series||Ethnocentrism series, HRAFlex books|
|Contributions||Cross-Cultural Study of Ethnocentrism.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (357 l.)|
|Number of Pages||357|
The Kofyar are a tribe of o members occupying an area of some km.2 on the southern escarpment of the Jos Plateau in Northern Nigeria. They are almost unique in Africa in practising a system of intensive mixed farming on field terraced with stone walls, applying large amounts of dung from penned animals, household refuse, and ashes to the soil. Among the Kofyar of Nigeria, beer is the primary means for repaying voluntary labor to hoe and harvest agricultural fields and for building corrals and houses (21). These examples demonstrate that beer is a motivating force for labor, and beer also has a role to play in the formation of an elite.
The Kofyar of Central Nigeria. Directions of Change in Rural Egypt. 9. Industrial Society: Feeding the World. From Intensive Agriculture to Industrialized Farming. Urbanized Rural Society: Farming in the United States. The Rise and Fall of Collective Agriculture in Bulgaria III. CULTURAL DIVERSITY. Kinship, Marriage, and the Household. Nigeria is one of the most densely populated countries in Africa, with approximately million people in an area of , km 2 (, sq mi), and is also the country with the largest population in Africa and the seventh largest population in the world.. Approximately 50% of Nigerians are urban dwellers, with the rate of urbanization being estimated at %.
The Federal Republic of Nigeria, commonly referred to as Nigeria, is a federal constitutional republic in West Africa, bordering Benin in the west, Chad and Cameroon in the east, and Niger in the north. Its coast in the south lies on the Gulf of Guinea in the Atlantic Ocean. It comprises 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory, where the capital, Abuja is located. Kofyar, or Pan, is an Afro-Asiatic dialect cluster spoken in Plateau State, Nigeria. Dialects are Bwol, Dimmuk (Doemak), Gworam, Jipal, Kofyar (Kwong), Kwagallak (Kwolla), and Mirriam (Mernyang). Notes This Nigeria-related article is a stub. You can.
Netting's first book, Hill Farmers of Nigeria (), is a more complete analysis of the intensive ways in which the Kofyar manage their homestead gardens on hilly slopes by terracing and fertilizing.
In this highly readable description of Kofyar ecology and agrarian economy Netting demonstrates that population density, division of labor, and rights to land and labor are functionally interrelated with crucial aspects. Genre/Form: Interviews: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Netting, Robert McC.
Kofyar of Nigeria. New Haven, Conn.: Human Relations Area Files, and thoughtful book is: How are agrarian settlement patterns governed. This question arose out of many years of research among the Kofyar of Nigeria and also drew upon the early work of Robert Netting, with whom Stone worked as a graduate student.
Netting's influence is evident throughout this book. Stone tries. Benue, Nigeria. The Kofyar are a population in central Nigeria numbering aro After several anthropological studies, they provide good illustrations of how colonial authorities become unwittingly enmeshed in local politics; of sustainable subsistence agricultural production in crowded areas; of successful self-directed development of market-oriented agriculture; and of the use of.
Hill farmers of Nigeria; cultural ecology of the Kofyar of the Jos Plateau. Seattle: University of Washington Press. MLA Citation. Netting, Robert McC.
Hill farmers of Nigeria; cultural ecology of the Kofyar of the Jos Plateau [by] Robert McC. Netting University of Washington Press Seattle Australian/Harvard Citation. Netting, Robert McC. A Sociolinguistic Survey of the Kofyar (Koffiar) of Plateau State, Nigeria Luther Hon, Fittokka Gobak, Izang Agwom, John Muniru and Uche Nweke May Language Development Facilitators Jos, Plateau State Nigeria.
Kofyar of Nigeria book Abstract The survey team visited the Kofyar language groups of. The Kofyar of northern Nigeria conduct all aspects of their daily life around beer (Netting ). The Kofyar use beer as an award and as a punishment against not taking part in work parties.
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Here are 10 books that show Nigeria. This study focuses on the verb phrase of kofyar. Kofyar is a dialect of “sura” that can be found in the northern part of plateau state in a local government called Qua’an pan. The kofyar are a population in the middle belt of Nigeria numbering aro The Joshua Project Progress Scale is an estimate of the progress of church planting among a people group, people cluster, country or language.
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worth: Penguin Books. Beer as a locus of value among the West African Kofyar. American Anthro- MAIR, LUCY NETTINO, ROBERT McC. pologist a Kofyar building in mud and stone. Expedition lO(4): b Hill farmers of Nigeria: cultural ecology of the Kofyar of the Jos Plateau.
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Kofyar is a good illustration of how colonial authorities become unwittingly enmeshed in local politics, in sustainable subsistence agricultural production in crowded areas; in successful self directed development of market oriented agriculture and the use of “traditional” cultural resources to prosper modern Nigeria.
Categories: EthnicitiesKnown for their intensive, intricately terraced hillside farming, the Kofyar are a population in the plateaus of central Nigeria actually comprising three different groups: the Doemak (or Dimmuk), Merniang, and Kwalla of the Afroasiatic language cluster.
«Back to Glossary Index. This paper initially explores 2 kinds of domestic and personal characteristics (age and marital status) of Kofyar women in Nigeria to gain insight into their patterns of agricultural commercialization.
The paper then considers some of the bases for the relatively large-scale commercialization, including entrepreneurial drive and personal energy, and how those interact with social standing.
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aims to create an inexpensive hub which children can improve. Netting’s first book, Hill Farmers of Nigeria (), is a more complete analysis of the intensive ways in which the Kofyar manage their homestead gardens on hilly slopes by terracing and fertilizing. In this highly readable description of Kofyar ecology and agrarian economy Netting demon-strates that population density, division of labor.The Kofyar are a population in central Nigeria numbering aro After several anthropological studies, they provide good illustrations of how colonial authorities become unwittingly enmeshed in local politics; of sustainable subsistence agricultural production in crowded areas; of successful self-directed development of market-oriented agriculture; and of the use of "traditional" .The Kofyar of Plateau State have been gradually migrating from their homeland in the Jos Plateau to take up cash cropping.
They have been obliged to change the social organization of labor as they have changed from shifting to intensive agriculture, and have become increasingly dependent upon market interactions to satisfy what have become.