Intended for a broad audience, Colonial Mentality in Africa explores the lingering effects of colonization in present day Africa. Despite the independence of all African nations from their former colonizers mental slavery still persists. This new work explores the social climate of Africa and the thriving "colonial mentality". The book explores issues such as matriarchy, religion, tradition and values, law, the influence of Islam, and government.
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About the Author
Dr. Nkuzi Nnam is the Director of the African and African American studies program and Associate Professor of Philosophy at Dominican University. He received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from DePaul University. Dr. Nnam is also the author of Anglo-American and Nigerian Jurisprudence.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 What Do You Know About Africa? Chapter 2 Colonization Chapter 3 Life in Africa Chapter 4 Government Chapter 5 Matriarchy Chapter 6 Omenani Chapter 7 Tradition and Values Chapter 8 Religion Chapter 9 Islamic Influence Chapter 10 Law Chapter 11 Philosophy Chapter 12 Every Name Has a Meaning Chapter 13 Sayings Chapter 14 Conclusions Chapter 15 Index Chapter 16 Glossary Chapter 17 Bibliography