Browsing Africana Library by Author "Pearson, Patrick"

Browsing Africana Library by Author "Pearson, Patrick"

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  • Pearson, Patrick (1978-10)
    The goldmine compound conforms fairly closely to what Goffman describes as the " total institution ". He defines it as "a place of residence and work where a large number of like-situated individuals, cut off from the ...
  • Pearson, Patrick (1987-05-11)
    The Rehoboth Gebiet, "homeland" of the Baster people of Namibia, covers an area of about 1.3 million hectares, or three million acres. Located slightly south on the central plateau, it has often been described as including ...
  • Pearson, Patrick (1988-10-24)
    Naming practices and the use of nicknames have received a fair amount of attention from anthropologists over the years - particularly from those who have worked in the Mediterranean region and, to a lesser extent, other ...
  • Pearson, Patrick (1978)
    At dawn on the 5th of April 1925, a force of 621 men comprising citizen force troops and police surrounded the town of Rehoboth in South West Africa. Their object was to secure the arrest of three men who had failed to ...

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