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In-text: (Adichie, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Adichie, C. (2017). Half of a yellow sun. London: Fourth Estate.
“irrevocable process of transmutation, in which old desires and ways of life were destroyed and new ones took their place – a story of change without historical precedent in its speed, global scope, and pervasiveness” The role of anthropologists in maintaining structures of imperial domination has, despite slogans to the contrary, usually been trivial; the knowledge they produced was often too esoteric for government use”(
In-text: (Asad and Stoking, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Asad, T. and Stoking, G. (2018). The history of colonial anthropology to the anthropology of western hegemony. In colonial situations . Essays on the contextualization of Ethnographic knowledge. wincosin: University of Wincosin Press, pp.314-15.
In-text: (Bock and Mheta, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Bock, Z. and Mheta, G. (2014). Language, society and communication. 1st ed. Hatfield,Pretoria: Van Schaik publishers, pp.15-16.
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