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Development, Modernism and Modernity in Africa (Routledge

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Produced by Colin Young; associate producer, Richard Hawkins; a film by Jorge Preloran. 1978. 55 min. Bilateral descent Relating to both “sides,” as in a kinship system, in which indi­viduals regard kin related to the mother and to the father as socially equivalent. Embryonic scientific thought began to appear in only a limited number of centres of civilization: in the classical Mediterranean world, in China, in the medieval Arab world, and in the modern Western world.

Pages: 340

Publisher: Routledge (November 28, 2011)

ISBN: 0415899249

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