Let us elect a talented Northern Far or Middle-Belt Christian (of which we have an avalanche of) as the president of this country in 2019; with a detribalized
northern Edo Muslim as his running mate.
These counternarratives "enunciate a revolutionary and Indigenous Xicano sovereignty" (15), and demonstrate how various artists have appropriated--though, notably, not in a negative sense--a Mesoamerican narrative originally upheld by the elite (the Mexica), and then used it to create "community and sovereignty for a detribalized
Indigenous people" (1516).
The manufacture of weapons in Darra has produced a constant flow of various SALWs to satiate the demand from both tribal and detribalized
Pushtun as well as the various parties involved in the insurgency in Afghanistan.
It might be an overstatement to say that the police succeeds in producing detribalized
subjects, but it clearly is an agent of detribalization, or at least acts as a zone of cosmopolitanism which makes free association across identity boundaries more possible, in the context of creating a future national leadership cadre that will serve in a career with a national scope.
Managing Amazonian wildlife: biological correlates of game choice by detribalized
They have been called several names such as the detribalized
, alienated and Europeanized Africans.
7) Indigenous peoples classified as Christianized or detribalized
were racialized as distinct from nomadic groups and each was governed by distinct juridical frameworks (Menchaca, 2001, page 218).
Whereas his younger self defiantly asserted an urban, detribalized
identity, the author of Chirundu from 1979 seemed largely to agree with the character Tirenje in her lament for the plight of the modernized African: "Something has touched us who live in the city or have read books at school--some strange magic--or it is as if we were caught in a net and ripped away from the teaching of our elders and now loneliness comes easy to us" (89).
They are neither detribalized
or completely deruralized: they prefer the amenities of town life which gives them a greater scope for their criminal proclivities.
Moving from traditional rural settings into urban detribalized
settings has increased this dependency.
Thereafter some 200 years of confrontational relations ensued that involved competition for land, disruption of traditional life through trader and missionary activities, subordination through European military superiority, and the creation of territories to provide an attempted representation of detribalized
Southern Bantu people (Hammond-Tooke 1937: 367).
transformed from a rural people to a post-WWII detribalized
urban proletariat" (Oder 1996: 138).