Tuden, Arthur. Ila slavery

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Title: Ila slavery

Published in: Rhodes-Livingstone journal -- Vol. 24

Published By: Rhodes-Livingstone journal -- Vol. 24 Lusaka, Zambia: Published for the Rhodes-Livingstone Institute by the Manchester University Press, 1958.68-78 p.

By line: by Arthur Tuden

HRAF Publication Information: New Haven, Conn.: HRAF, 2015.

Culture: Ila (FQ06)

Subjects: Slavery (567); Cultural identity and pride (186); Aftermath of combat (727); Inter-community relations (628); Family relationships (593); Extended families (596); Basis of marriage (581); Regulation of marriage (582); Mode of marriage (583); Community structure (621); Inheritance (428); Accumulation of wealth (556); Social personality (156);

Abstract: This document contains an analysis of the function and structure of slavery within Ila culture and society. Slavery in the world-wide literature is broadly characterized as a superordinate-subordinate role relationship between owner and slave, based on capture or purchase, entailing some degree of sexual, political, or economic exploitation. Among the Ila, however, slaves occupied a transient status and were gradually incorporated into the society.

Document Number: 10

Document ID: fq06-010

Document Type: Journal Article

Language: English

Note: Human problems in British central Africa Includes bibliographical references (p. 78)

Field Date: 1956-1957

Evaluation: Anthropologist-4/5

Analyst: Teferi Abate Adem; 2014

Coverage Date: 1900-1957

Coverage Place: Namwala and Itezhi-Tezhi districts, Southern Province, Zambia

LCSH: Ila (African people)

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