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A complex and comprehensive concept embodying the past, present, and future as well as virtually every aspect of life.
A perception of society as a community of common understandings and behaviors shared well beyond the confines of the local group.
A greater emphasis on maintaining boundaries, together with higher levels of ethnocentrism.
A strong cultural emphasis on diffusion and the expansion of networks of relationships through kinship, marriage alliance, exchange, and religious activities.
Yoruba and Hausa
Zande and Luo
Hausa and Swahili
Yoruba and Swahili
Religion to them was worshipping of ancestors as spiritual storehouses of power.
Religion was maintaining a harmonious relationship with the divine powers, and their rituals attempted to harness cosmic powers and channel them for good.
Religion was the way a person negotiated responsible relationships with other members of the community, and with the spiritual forces of nature.
Religion essentially marked celebration of the transition between physiological stages of life (such as puberty or death) and a change in social status (as from child to adult).
The Uto-Aztecan linguistic stock
The Chadic linguistic stock
The Hokan linguistic stock
Macro-Chibchan linguistic stock