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The sociological role of the Yoruba cult-group

William Russell Bascom

The sociological role of the Yoruba cult-group

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Published by American Anthropological Association in [Menasha, Wisc.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Yoruba (African people)

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesMemoir series of the American Anthropological Association -- no. 63., Memoirs of the American Anthropological Association -- no. 63., HRAF -- 13.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination75 p.
    Number of Pages75
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16810703M

    Differences were obvious in worship, however. Miller, Elevating the Race: Theophilus G. Some of them were also involved in fighting and kidnappings in the Niger Delta regions. The cost of this oversight to the field of black religion was that the church has been privileged as the totalizing symbol of African American religious life, and that issues of religious diversity and alternative religious meanings have been devalued. There is a body of customary law which all groups follow in matters of marriage, succession and inheritance. Smith andCompany [].

    Principally this happens within Yoruba in the famous city of Oyo and in what is now Benin and to a lesser extent in almost all the former City States. New York,HomeMissions Council [c]. They must neither curse nor abuse one another in the shrine. Du Bois posited cogent categories of black religiosity that simultaneously oscillated from the African religious heritage of the slaves to their transformative innovations in the black church.

    Lawrence, University Of Kansas Press, These early leaders and thinkers and their writings provided the scholastic rudiments for future studies and interrogations of the complexity, plurality, and vitality of African American religious life. Further on in Africa, we see locations such as The Congo have other offshoots of our religion that are less uniform in their respective beliefs. It is members of these groups who have the most in common with the Yoruba Christians. The confraternity membership was made open to any promising male students irrespective of race or tribe.


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Wilson-Baird History. As more fraternities began to emerge, their practices began to deviate from the original intention of the first fraternity.

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Philadelphia, The JohnC. It is necessary to note that inter-cultic groups in Ijebuland would continue to be an integrating power that would unite people in Ijebuland and not disintegrate them. A nervous government was suspicious of this burgeoning state within the state, which opposed taxation and political authority, and confrontation led to the death of around one thousand of her followers and the banning of the movement in London: Longman.

For many social scientists, including Frazier, the sociological study of black religion centered largely around the University of Chicago and stressed the primacy of institutions, social structure, and social organization as the basis of their analytical conceptions.

Its symbol is known as SVC.

New religious movement

The Hidden Voices of Women: Hurston, Dunham, Deren, and the Study of African Diasporic Religions Neglected within most historiographical literature is the fact that as early as the s, The sociological role of the Yoruba cult-group book scholars have been at the forefront of expanding the study of African American religion.

This genre includes multidisciplinary treatments of figures such as Martin Luther King, Jr. The history of African American religious studies also encompasses authored and edited volumes on influential black religious personalities. Other offerings include: Mr. Looking at the African life before the coming of the foreign faiths, there is a lot of strength, spiritual affinity, fondness, inclination, cohesion and persistence performance and observance of religious rituals and ceremonies in all the different cult groups and this is still so nowadays.

Reprinted from American Speech,February, Reading her section about herself; she was born to a family worshiping Oggun the Orisha of iron in Nigeria Yorubaland and became active in IFA in Kett and Company, Madison, Wis. Drake, In addition, while we might be hard pressed to find substantive data on African contributions to slave religion in Cone's works, Roberts tangentially argued for the import of African religious and philosophical concepts to black theological discourse.

Therefore, an examination of these crucial, basic and essential rituals would give insights into the persistence of the traditional rituals among Ijebu people and the activities of women being the most highly revered ritualists who would continue to promote religious tolerance among their various cultic groups.

AFRICAN RELIGIONS: NEW RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS

It is The sociological role of the Yoruba cult-group book that there is proliferation of cults in Nigeria, to the effect that each divinity has its priests and priestesseses. Yoruba Oral Tradition ed. Verses of the Koran are recited, and the Imam announces the Muslim name of the child.

Abimbola is a Babalawo and Awise Ni Agabaye spokesman for IFA in the world here again this is indeed a lofty and The sociological role of the Yoruba cult-group book honor to carry, yet as I explained this is for his particular branch or recognized by several branches of IFA.

London: Sheldon Press. Most clubs have the same symbols as the earlier cults based on the founder. Wimbush's project sponsors and engages interdisciplinary research on biblical studies and cultural studies as they relate to African American religious communities.

Wilson's typology is based on movements' responses to the world and interpretations of the sources of evil and how it is to be overcome. Judicial Reapportionment and Salaries and Retirement of Judges.

It is comprehensive and is an excellent translation for serious students of IFA. Eerdmans PublishingCompany, Existing alongside studies of slave religion have been important works that explore the intersecting boundaries of slavery, religion, and music.Closely related to this is the fact that some of them risk health problems because of harmful drugs such as marijuana, cocaine among others that they take.

Cult group often subvert (or undermine) the genuine students’unionism and destabilize university administrations.

SYNCRETISM AND RELIGIOUS CHANGE A superficial view of what happens when a large number of people forsake their former religion for a new one is that some of the old beliefs become mixed with the new.

It is a commonplace to hear that folk Catholicism is mixed with pagan survivals, or that newly converted African Christians are. Aug 01,  · 1. This essay is part of a larger study of the Yoruba power elite from the early twentieth century to the present time.

The research was made possible by fieldwork grants from the Gates Cambridge Trust, the African Studies Centre (University of Cambridge) UAC Travel Grant (), the Richards Fund (Department of Social Anthropology, Cambridge) and the Trinity Hall, Cambridge, Cited by: 5.I begin by examining therapeutic 8.

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