African society in Kenya was no different than it was for centuries prior to this time : periodically splintering, regrouping, ... Here it is used only to point out that many of the traditional ethnic groups, though frequently referred to as tribes, are actually ... dissimilar subdivisions. their physical appearance as well as in their weaponry, personal adornments, and degree of ... Clusters of peoples recognizing certain mutual affinities existed as ethnically circumscribed cells, fairly homogeneous inanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Geography of Modernization in Kenya|
|Author||:||Edward W. Soja|
|Publisher||:||Syracuse University Press - 1968|