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"For general readers, Ndege provides an overview of the culture and traditions of Mozambique, with attention to its geography, economy, and politics; religions and worldview; literature; media; art; architecture and housing; cuisine; dress; gender roles, marriage, and family; social customs; and music and dance. Its ethnic diversity yet common cultural elements as well as conflict between the traditional and modern aspects of life, are emphasized. Some B&W photos are included."
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"Joining others in the Culture and Customs of Africa series is a thorough coverage of Mozambique which will be perfect for reports at the middle to high school grade levels. Libraries will find Culture and Customs of Mozambique a popular lend reaching even into general-interest adult collections strong on African history and culture: it provides a strong survey embracing everything from gender roles and world relationships to customs and cultural history."
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