Controlling Anger: The Anthropology of Gisu Violence
Set in the immediate post-independence period in Uganda, this study deals with the local effects of a collapse of state authority, and explores the problem of social control as one of self-control linked with the construction of male gender identity. North America: Ohio U Press; Uganda: Fountain Publishers
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The Nature of Entrustment: Intimacy, Exchange, and the Sacred in Africa
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