African Centered Rites of Passage - In Theory and Practice

Editor:
Lathardus Goggins II, Ed.D.

Publisher:
Saint Rest Publications

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African-Centered Rites of Passage:
In Theory and Practice

African-centered rites of passage: In theory and practice will explore the rites of passage process from an African-centered perspective. This book will be written in two parts. The first part will describe and discuss the rites of passage process and the African-centered ethos/worldview. The main goal is to establish the African-centered rites of passage as a viable (essential) theory in which to ground developmental/educative strategies and assessment of African people. The second part of the book will provide examples of the African-centered rites of passage process in use.

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