African Peoples Applied to Institutions

African peoples such as Western African, Eastern African, Central African, and Southern African peoples can be used to examine social institutions.

   

African Peoples

African peoples can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religous organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including school systems, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and resarch; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage. Swaziland can be connected. Cities such as Cape Town can be connected.

Eastern African peoples

Eastern African peoples including Northern East African, Central East African peoples, and Interior East African peoples can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religius organization, and religious practice; government including particular governments and government activity; economics, education, and families. Eritrea can be connected. Cities such as Dar es Salaam can be connected.

Northern East African peoples

Northern East African peoples such as those of Ethiopia can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and family studies. Somalia can be connected. Ethiopia can be connected.

Central East African peoples

Central East African peoples such as those of Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda can be used to examine religion, government, economics, and education. Burundi can be connected. Cities such as Nairobi can be connected.

Tanzania can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and family. Kenya can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and family. Uganda can be used to examine religion, government, economics, and education. Rwanda can be used to examine religion and government.

Interior East African peoples

Interior East African peoples such as those of Sudan and Chad can be used to examine religion and government. South Sudan can be connected. Cities such as Khartoum can be connected.

Sudan can be used to examine religion, government, economics, and education. Chad can be connected.

Western African peoples

Western African peoples including Southern Coastal West African peoples, Western Coastal West African peoples, and Interior West African peoples can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religous practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems and industries; education including school systems; and family. Guinea-Bissau can be connected. Cities such as Accra can be connected.

Southern Coastal West African peoples

Southern Coastal West African peoples such as those of Nigeria, Ghana, Côte d'Ivoire, and Benin can be used to examine religion, government, and economics. Togo can be connected. Cities such as Abidjan can be connected.

Nigeria can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religous organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including school systems, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and families including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage. Cities such as Lagos can be connected.

Ghana can be used to examine religion, government, and economics.

Côte d'Ivoire can be connected.

Benin can be connected.

Western Coastal West African peoples

Western Coastal West African peoples such as those of Senegal, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Mauritania can be used to examine religion and government. Gambia can be connected. Senegal can be used to examine religion and government. Guinea can be connected. Sierra Leone can be connected. Liberia can be connected. Mauritania can be connected.

Interior West African peoples

Interior West African peoples such as those of Niger and Burkina Faso can be used to examine religion and government. Mali can be connected.

Niger can be used to examine religion and government.

Burkina Faso can be used to examine religion and government.

Central African peoples

Central African peoples such as those of Congo DR, Angola, Cameroon, the Central African Republicm aand Congo (Republic) can be used to examine religion including particular religions; government, economics, education, and family. Gabon can be connected. Luanda can be connected.

Congo DR can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, and religious practice; government including particular governments and government activity; economics, education, and family. Cities such as Kinshasa can be connected.

Angola can be used to examine religion, government, and economics.

Cameroon can be connected.

The Central African Republic can be connected.

Congo (Republic) can be connected.

Southern African peoples

Southern African peoples such as those of South Africa, Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia, and Lesotho can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and families. Botswana can be connected. Cities such as Jonannesburg can be connected.

South Africa can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and famlies

Mozambique can be ued to examine religion, government, and economics.

Malawi can be used to examine religion and government.

Zambia can be used to examine religion and government.

Zimbabwe can be connected.

Namibia can be connected.

Lesotho can be connected.

History, sociology, institutions, culture, anthropology, personal studies, and science will be connected as the site develops.

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Created 25 Oct 2017 Last updated 13 Nov 2017