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SWAHILI CULTURES: SOME CRITICAL FUGLESANG, MINOU 1994. VEILS AND VIDEOS. FEMALE YOUTH CULTURE ON THE KENYAN COAST. STOCKHOLM STUDIES IN SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY

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  title={SWAHILI CULTURES: SOME CRITICAL FUGLESANG, MINOU 1994. VEILS AND VIDEOS. FEMALE YOUTH CULTURE ON THE KENYAN COAST. STOCKHOLM STUDIES IN SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY},
  author={},
  year={2008}
}
  • Published 2008
  • East Afiica and in particular the coastal region has been attractive for many researchers fiom the colonial period to the present times. Foreign researchers mostly from Europe and America have come to the Swahili coast with much curiosity on a wide range of subjects Beginning in the 19th century when Africa was regarded by Europeans as "the dark continent" inquisitive geographers, prospective traders, colonial administrators and Christian missionaries came to satisfY their curiosity On top of… CONTINUE READING
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