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The Resource Fandaanano : the Traditional Socio-Religious System of the Hadiyya in Southern Ethiopia

Fandaanano : the Traditional Socio-Religious System of the Hadiyya in Southern Ethiopia

Label
Fandaanano : the Traditional Socio-Religious System of the Hadiyya in Southern Ethiopia
Title
Fandaanano
Title remainder
the Traditional Socio-Religious System of the Hadiyya in Southern Ethiopia
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Fandaanano: The Traditional Socio-Religious System of the Hadiyya in Southern Ethiopia
Cataloging source
EBLCP
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Braukämper, Ulrich
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Exorcism in the bible
  • Socio-Religious system
  • Hadiya (African people)
  • Hadiya (African people)
  • Syncretism (Religion)
  • Social change
  • HISTORY / Africa / East
  • Social change
  • Syncretism (Religion)
  • Ethiopia
Label
Fandaanano : the Traditional Socio-Religious System of the Hadiyya in Southern Ethiopia
Instantiates
Publication
Note
22. Decorated pot for storing butter (assabarit)
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Table of figures; Table of maps; Table of illustrations/photographs; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Preface; 1 Introduction: the Hadiyya and their Country; 1.1 Geographical Setting; 1.2 Historical Background; 1.3 Patterns of Economy and Material Culture; 2 Origin and Character of Fandaanano as a Socio-Religious System; 3 Society and the Individual; 3.1 Socio-Political Organization; 3.1.1 Territorial Division; 1. division of the land according to agricultural use; 3.1.2 Kinship System; 2. hierarchy of sociopolitical institutions; 3. Relational network of hadiyya kinship terms
  • 3.1.3 Organizations not based on Kinship3.2 Social Hierarchy; 3.2.1 Nobles and Titleholders ; 3.2.2 Commoners; 3.2.3 Craftworkers; 3.2.4 Slaves; 3.3 Manners of Status Acquisition; 3.3.1 Hunting, warfare and "killer complex"; 3.3.2 Feasts of Merit; 3.3.3 Councils and the System of Customary Law; 3.4 Life Cycle; 3.4.1 Birth and Name Giving; 3.4.2 Childhood; 3.4.3 Circumcision and Groupings of Age-Mates ; 3.4.4 Betrothal and Marriage; 3.4.5 Family Life; 3.4.6 Death, Burial and Funeral Rites; 4 Religion; 4.1 Faith and Religious Ideas; 4.1.1 God; 4.1.2 Spirits and Demons
  • 4.1.3 View of the World and Eschatology4.1.4 Time-Reckoning and Traditional Feasts; 4.1.5 Calendar of Fate and Relations between Men and Animals; 4.2 Religious Practices; 4.2.1 Prayers; 4.2.2 Rituals and Sacrifices; 4.2.3 Fasting, Food Avoidances and Ceremonies of Purification; 4.2.4 Cults of Spirit Possession; 4.2.5 Oracles, Magic and Medical Practices; 4.3 Modern Change Caused by the Impact of World Religions; 4.3.1 Islam; 4.3.2 Ethiopian Orthodox Christianity; 4.3.3 Euro-American Missions
  • 5 Some Conclusive Remarks on the Legacy of Fandaanano Traditions for the Present Society of the HadiyyaAppendices; Appendix i: Examples of Hadiyya Folktales; Appendix ii: Material Culture of Status Positions and the Socio-Religious Sphere; 1. Women of Arsi (right) and Sidaama (left) with traditional clothes, 1973; 2. Sooro girl in traditional dress used until the 1950s, 1971; 3. Leemo boy with leather cape (labasa), 1970; 4. Wälaytta girl with loincloth (ketta), 1955; 5. Neckless for children (dooqa); 6. Bracelet (nasha'a); 7. Bracelet (guma'a)
  • 8. Apotropaeic amulet in a field near Kokossa, 1973 9. Preparing the hairstyle of a Leemo bride, 1970 ; 10. Bride shield (donda); inner and outer face; 11. Wooden container for the storage of pomade (enji mooye'e); 12. Headrest (barkumma); type 1; 13. Headrest (barkumma); type 2; 14. Headrest (barkumma); type 3; 15. Headrest (barkumma); type 4; 16. Leemo men smoking waterpipes (gaayya), 1970; 17. Shaashoogo elder with a fly whisk, 1971; 18. Milk container (ochcho); 19. Horn for drinking (kubaayya or bu'uda); 20. Decorated pot (wocita) ; 21. Baadawwaachcho woman waving a wocita, 1999
Control code
ocn884646309
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (381 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783447192989
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
JSTOR
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
22573/ctvc1wt3c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)884646309
Label
Fandaanano : the Traditional Socio-Religious System of the Hadiyya in Southern Ethiopia
Publication
Note
22. Decorated pot for storing butter (assabarit)
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Table of figures; Table of maps; Table of illustrations/photographs; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Preface; 1 Introduction: the Hadiyya and their Country; 1.1 Geographical Setting; 1.2 Historical Background; 1.3 Patterns of Economy and Material Culture; 2 Origin and Character of Fandaanano as a Socio-Religious System; 3 Society and the Individual; 3.1 Socio-Political Organization; 3.1.1 Territorial Division; 1. division of the land according to agricultural use; 3.1.2 Kinship System; 2. hierarchy of sociopolitical institutions; 3. Relational network of hadiyya kinship terms
  • 3.1.3 Organizations not based on Kinship3.2 Social Hierarchy; 3.2.1 Nobles and Titleholders ; 3.2.2 Commoners; 3.2.3 Craftworkers; 3.2.4 Slaves; 3.3 Manners of Status Acquisition; 3.3.1 Hunting, warfare and "killer complex"; 3.3.2 Feasts of Merit; 3.3.3 Councils and the System of Customary Law; 3.4 Life Cycle; 3.4.1 Birth and Name Giving; 3.4.2 Childhood; 3.4.3 Circumcision and Groupings of Age-Mates ; 3.4.4 Betrothal and Marriage; 3.4.5 Family Life; 3.4.6 Death, Burial and Funeral Rites; 4 Religion; 4.1 Faith and Religious Ideas; 4.1.1 God; 4.1.2 Spirits and Demons
  • 4.1.3 View of the World and Eschatology4.1.4 Time-Reckoning and Traditional Feasts; 4.1.5 Calendar of Fate and Relations between Men and Animals; 4.2 Religious Practices; 4.2.1 Prayers; 4.2.2 Rituals and Sacrifices; 4.2.3 Fasting, Food Avoidances and Ceremonies of Purification; 4.2.4 Cults of Spirit Possession; 4.2.5 Oracles, Magic and Medical Practices; 4.3 Modern Change Caused by the Impact of World Religions; 4.3.1 Islam; 4.3.2 Ethiopian Orthodox Christianity; 4.3.3 Euro-American Missions
  • 5 Some Conclusive Remarks on the Legacy of Fandaanano Traditions for the Present Society of the HadiyyaAppendices; Appendix i: Examples of Hadiyya Folktales; Appendix ii: Material Culture of Status Positions and the Socio-Religious Sphere; 1. Women of Arsi (right) and Sidaama (left) with traditional clothes, 1973; 2. Sooro girl in traditional dress used until the 1950s, 1971; 3. Leemo boy with leather cape (labasa), 1970; 4. Wälaytta girl with loincloth (ketta), 1955; 5. Neckless for children (dooqa); 6. Bracelet (nasha'a); 7. Bracelet (guma'a)
  • 8. Apotropaeic amulet in a field near Kokossa, 1973 9. Preparing the hairstyle of a Leemo bride, 1970 ; 10. Bride shield (donda); inner and outer face; 11. Wooden container for the storage of pomade (enji mooye'e); 12. Headrest (barkumma); type 1; 13. Headrest (barkumma); type 2; 14. Headrest (barkumma); type 3; 15. Headrest (barkumma); type 4; 16. Leemo men smoking waterpipes (gaayya), 1970; 17. Shaashoogo elder with a fly whisk, 1971; 18. Milk container (ochcho); 19. Horn for drinking (kubaayya or bu'uda); 20. Decorated pot (wocita) ; 21. Baadawwaachcho woman waving a wocita, 1999
Control code
ocn884646309
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (381 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783447192989
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
JSTOR
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
22573/ctvc1wt3c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)884646309

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