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Exploring Rural Practice of Body Magnification. A North-South thematic Analysis of Female Traditional Practices

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Scientific Essay from the year 2018 in the subject Sociology - Gender Studies, grade: -, , language: English, abstract: While the ... Weiterlesen
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Scientific Essay from the year 2018 in the subject Sociology - Gender Studies, grade: -, , language: English, abstract: While the Luba are said to have a rich tradition there is ample and growing support for the claim that it is a taboo in Luba tradition for a male to speak on female sexuality and any other issue related to their sexuality. In fact, in the Luba tradition sex is not discussed openly even among people of the same sex. Younger persons are never allowed to talk about sexuality or sex in the presence of the adults as it is considered as a taboo. It is from this belief of saying that to talk about female circumcision is strictly kept as taboo that parents and teachers should not talk about. This study sought to explore how girls in rural Lubaland in DRC experience their traditional practices of body magnication. There is overwhelming evidence for the notion that most young Luba boys and girls acquire the circumcision/Female Inner Elongation and other practices through the oral traditions excreted by expert adults, family member or parents in the absence of religious confessions or the Church community in particular.

Personal Kyungu ( first birn Twin /Luba) Lubaba Lubadi was born in Katondo/Mwanza in the Malemba Nkulu Territory,DRC.escaped from death of all the twins born 3 times by his mother he was the only son who survived and the all 5 died by God's grace.Born among 6 females He is the only son of Lubaba Lubadi Rehema and Maloba wa Banze Lutheni. Education After his primary school in Kamina city he returned to the village and he went to Dipanga Institute to finish his secondary school with 5 colleagues out of 35 candidates. He went back to town, and got his bachelor degree in commerce at the Higher Education Institute of Commerce (Institut de Superieur de Commerce/ISC in Lubumbashi). Thereafter, he went to All Africa Bible College (Diploma in Ministry), then he went to the University of Port Elizabeth (Honors degree in Art) and the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (Master in Education).Kyungu Lubaba Lubadi is married parent.

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Titel: Exploring Rural Practice of Body Magnification. A North-South thematic Analysis of Female Traditional Practices
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EAN: 9783668746374
Digitaler Kopierschutz: frei
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: GRIN Verlag
Genre: Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung
Anzahl Seiten: 52
Veröffentlichung: 10.07.2018
Dateigrösse: 0.7 MB